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I HAWENT YET CHECKED VOLTS WITH MULTIMETER BUT i WILL. MY PROBLEM IS THAT ALL OF YOU GUYS CAN SLIDE ADJUSTER TO OVER 100mV AND I CAN ONLY GO YO 100 NAD IT JUMPING DOWN TO 93 ANY WAY.#
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Originally Posted by re5pect View Post

I HAWENT YET CHECKED VOLTS WITH MULTIMETER BUT i WILL. MY PROBLEM IS THAT ALL OF YOU GUYS CAN SLIDE ADJUSTER TO OVER 100mV AND I CAN ONLY GO YO 100 NAD IT JUMPING DOWN TO 93 ANY WAY.#

wow. caps. and grammar. and spelling.

its a memory hack. artmoney. always endless voltage increases.

and 93 is max afterburner will go. 100 reverts to 93.
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wow. caps. and grammar. and spelling.
its a memory hack. artmoney. always endless voltage increases.
and 93 is max afterburner will go. 100 reverts to 93.

??? dont understand ???? sorry for caps, grammar and spellimg was after 6h of fighting with it frown.gif
post #4815 of 7827
its a memory hack. artmoney. always endless voltage increases ???
what thats means ?
post #4816 of 7827
artmoney is a bit of software that captures MSI afterburn memory files and it allows you to change the value for voltage so you can go past 100.
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May I ask why are you using two sli bridge? rolleyes.gif
Great core clock boost you've got there, time to increase the memory one now biggrin.gif
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May I ask why are you using two sli bridge? rolleyes.gif
Great core clock boost you've got there, time to increase the memory one now biggrin.gif

there is not a reason for that, i prefer using two sli bridges instead of one

i'm working on memory clocks tongue.gif
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Had to return my first lightning and had bought a second, got first cards RMA back today. Its a little better, 1280 everything stable @ 1.245-1.255v load, almost 1293 everything stable at this voltage, might do it on water. However it has freak mem. +908 everything stable at stock mem voltage.


Test in kombustor for quick ballpark. Starts to artifact at +950, fine at +925..........this is testing +908



So I tried gaming at +900 thinking it would crash. It didn't. Even turned fan to auto to heat it up and it was still stable:





So that's 1956 Mhz or 7824 MHz effective and 250 GB/s biggrin.gif
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