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Stock @LN2BIOS , albeit without any big mem tweaking

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BTW- tried the edited AFB 2.2.4 and it seemed to me that it gave a slightly lower voltage /measured on MM / could be just by me...dunno smile.gif
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I wish I still had my 1380mhz card from back in the pre-2.2.3 days frown.gif

Somehow stopped working before 2.2.3 was released, but it did 1380mhz/6000mhz or 1374mhz/7100mhz on stock voltage. Ah well, at least this last one was a pretty fitting replacement.
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Maybe it died on purpose in anticipation what would come next after the AFB 2 2 3 release from your side biggrin.gif Seriously: a pity -maybe a 1500MHz chip thumb.gif
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Maybe it died on purpose in anticipation what would come next after the AFB 2 2 3 release from your side biggrin.gif Seriously: a pity -maybe a 1500MHz chip thumb.gif

It definitely would be 1500mhz. The one I have now did 1350mhz on stock voltage and look what I got it up to. So the one that did 1380mhz on stock volts I could've probably got up to.... makes me wanna puke.gif
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cut & paste "VEN_10DE&DEV_1180....cfg" on desktop
make the change and put it back in the original folder

I cant find the file to make changes. What folder is it in?
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cut & paste "VEN_10DE&DEV_1180....cfg" on desktop
make the change and put it back in the original folder

I cant find the file to make changes. What folder is it in?

My Computer -> C:/ -> Program Files (x86) -> MSI Afterburner -> Profiles
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Unwinder:
add the following lines there-

[Settings]
VDDC_Generic_Detection = 0
VDDC_CHL8318_Detection = 46h
VDDC_CHL8318_Type = 1

If you can't edit the file, right-click the config file and go to 'Properties', then the 'Security' tab, then click on your User name for your PC and click 'Edit'. Then click your User name again and check the box that says 'Full Control' and click 'Apply'. This should give you full privaleges to edit the file. Edit both config files if there are 2 there, each card's file needs to be edited if you have 2.
Edited by dph314 - 9/19/12 at 1:52pm
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Hey guys! just got my lightning's up and running in sli, I am loving them, but I also have a few questions. Flipped them over to the ln2 bios and I've noticed that in 3dmark the power usage % does not go over 76%, is this normal? I've also been having stability issues in heaven, seems that if I touch the core at all it won't complete heaven. It runs fine when everything is set at stock but if I move it at all it doesn't seem happy and just locks up..
Overall though these cards are beauties, in sli I haven't seen one go over 63C, so it looks as though there is definetley enough thermal headroom, but they just lock up when I rev them up at all. Any help would be great, thanks guys.
Edited by dookiepower - 9/19/12 at 2:14pm
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Hey guys! just got my lightning's up and running in sli, I am loving them, but I also have a few questions. Flipped them over to the ln2 bios and I've noticed that in 3dmark the power usage % does not go over 76%, is this normal? I've also been having stability issues in heaven, seems that if I touch the core at all it won't complete heaven. It runs fine when everything is set at stock but if I move it at all it doesn't seem happy and just locks up..
Overall though these cards are beauties, in sli I haven't seen one go over 63C, so it looks as though there is definetley enough thermal headroom, but they just lock up when I rev them up at all. Any help would be great, thanks guys.

Sounds like that LN2 BIOS is skimping out on the voltage. What BIOS version does GPU-Z say when you boot them up on the LN2?

And yes ~76% is normal.
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it's running 80.04.28.00.3A in the lN2 BIOS, is that the locked or unlocked?
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it's running 80.04.28.00.3A in the lN2 BIOS, is that the locked or unlocked?
That is the number of an "unlocked" BIOS, even though, MSi can release a "locked" BIOS with the same number as the unlock bios just to confuse. Compare it hash code with the one I am uploading (truly 800428003A unlocked BIOS). If it's the same, your good to go, if not, flash to this version.

v80.04.28.00.3A.zip 55k .zip file

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