Originally Posted by CalinTM
The cards mem clocks. But doesn't matter anymore. A nasty thing is that afterburner doesn't let me to put a fixed core clock, for example 1250mhz, he puts 1257, or bigger.
Also is normal in games my card uses his max nvidia stock voltage, 1.175V ?
Well, first of all, Afterburner does not read the voltage correctly. Neither does GPU-Z, if you're using that too. Only way to know for sure is a multi-meter, but you can do the math yourself to get a rough estimate. Stock voltage on the unlocked 3A LN2 BIOS is about 1.26v. With +93mv set in Afterburner, it's about 1.36v. So, you can figure out what the voltage is for each offset. Also, I've noticed that Afterburner displays the voltage consistently at about 50mv less than what it actually is. Like when I'm at the stock LN2 voltage, it'll say 1.21v (really 1.26v). And when I'm at +93mv it displays 1.31v (really at 1.36v). So, yeah you can figure it out that way. But if you're seeing 1.175v then you're probably on the non-LN2 BIOS. That one will only show 1.175v, but I believe it shows 1.21v on a multi-meter, if I recall correctly.
And yeah, same thing happened with me when I went to the 310.70 driver. Messed the offset up in Afterburner a little. No biggie