Originally Posted by snitchkilla11
I searously doubt MSI will totally lock us out..they could have this gen..MSI is known for voltage. Bit I may join the red side next genf nvidia keeps up this garbage
The cards were made before Nvidia cracked the whip. The first few thousand Lightnings had the unlocked LN2 BIOS and 2.2.3 allowed for voltage up to 1.36v. Then the BIOSs started getting locked, then Afterburner 2.2.4 and after discontinued even the +93mv that we had (aside from the edit of the config file). But that edit of the config file could have just been thrown in for everyone buying the Lightnings and being promised voltage control. MSI might, right from the get-go next series, not advertise overvoltage support. That way they don't owe anyone anything that was 'promised on the box', and therefore won't have to give us a loophole so we don't throw eggs at MSI headquarters and return our overpriced unadjustable-voltage cards. Of course I'm hoping this doesn't happen, but just saying... If MSI plans right from the beginning of production on not allowing voltage control, because of recent claims from Nvidia to not cover RMAs, then the 780 Lightning will be manufactured with a set (and low) voltage in mind right from the beginning instead of what happened with the 680 Lightning.
(Damn. Just typing the words "780 Lightning" is getting me excited. I PRAY
they have overvoltage support
Originally Posted by DJRamses
I ve found a Way to overvolt with AB 2.3.0.
Let me make some Tests. Artmoney should works. I found the new Hex-adress...
I will to confirm if it works realy.
The first Test running with 1,38V succesfully ...
So it's just using the same methods, but the addresses are different? Did Unwinder really think we wouldn't find the addresses