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There s a tutorial from dph 314 posted twice here down the road... just do some searching here in this thread wink.gif
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Make sure your temps are staying at safe levels. And make sure you follow these instructions carefully.



-Download ArtMoney SE v7.39
-Open Afterburner 2.2.3
-Right-click ArtMoney and select Run as Admin, then click continue
-Select Afterburner from the drop-down list in the center
-Set the core voltage (or any voltage you want to 'edit') in Afterburner to a number other than +0 (just to help narrow results) and click Apply. For this example, we'll assume you set the core voltage to +31mv
-Click Search in ArtMoney and enter 31 in the value box and then click OK, then click OK again
-Change that same voltage in Afterburner to another number, we'll say +63mv, then click Apply
-Click Filter in ArtMoney and change the Value box to the new voltage value you just applied in Afterburner and click OK, then OK again
-Click the top arrow in ArtMoney to move the top value listed in the left column to the right column (If you did the search and filter correctly, then the addresses for each voltage you should have come up with depending what you were editing are- Core = 00449000, Memory = 00449030, Aux = 00449060)
-Once you moved one of those into the right column, right-click it and go to Set Value, enter the voltage off-set you would like, then click OK, and notice that it's changed in ArtMoney
-Now, change one of the clock speeds so that you are able to click the Apply button in Afterburner, and then click it. You will now see the edited voltage jump to the amount you entered in ArtMoney
BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU ENTER. Make sure the voltage sliders in Afterburner jumped to where they were supposed to before you put any type of load on the card

found it
post #5083 of 7827
well done redface.gif

btw i'm not using 2.2.3 version but 2.3.0 + AM 7.40v
post #5084 of 7827
Once you moved one of those into the right column, right-click it and go to Set Value, enter the voltage off-set you would like, then click OK, and notice that it's changed in ArtMoney
-Now, change one of the clock speeds so that you are able to click the Apply button in Afterburner, and then click it. You will now see the edited voltage jump to the amount you entered in ArtMoney

What ia a good value to put here.....a little confused
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well done redface.gif

btw i'm not using 2.2.3 version but 2.3.0 + AM 7.40v

Nice. Yeah just a reminder to anyone reading that, that you need to do the config edit with 2.3.0 smile.gif

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Once you moved one of those into the right column, right-click it and go to Set Value, enter the voltage off-set you would like, then click OK, and notice that it's changed in ArtMoney
-Now, change one of the clock speeds so that you are able to click the Apply button in Afterburner, and then click it. You will now see the edited voltage jump to the amount you entered in ArtMoney

What ia a good value to put here.....a little confused

A good value for the voltage? Well, small increments over what you already know is a safe level, that's for sure. Try +100mv the first time. Then if there's room to move up temperature-wise, go up in 6mv increments.
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Nice. Yeah just a reminder to anyone reading that, that you need to do the config edit with 2.3.0 smile.gif
A good value for the voltage? Well, small increments over what you already know is a safe level, that's for sure. Try +100mv the first time. Then if there's room to move up temperature-wise, go up in 6mv increments.

so the value I put in is 100? or is it Core = 00449100?
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Now ?

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Hi, I have problem again?!? SLI my GTX680L and have only 17700 in 3dmark that sounds crap, I have problem with voltage for two cards , if increased in AB 2.30 then only main card lifting voltage and secondary stay on factory setings, whats wrong? cant go more than 1300 core on standard voltage
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Nice. Yeah just a reminder to anyone reading that, that you need to do the config edit with 2.3.0 smile.gif
A good value for the voltage? Well, small increments over what you already know is a safe level, that's for sure. Try +100mv the first time. Then if there's room to move up temperature-wise, go up in 6mv increments.

so the value I put in is 100? or is it Core = 00449100?

For the love of God do not enter 00449100 into the voltage value!! smile.gif I know it wouldn't set it at that, just kidding. Well actually, who knows, it might set it at 700mv though, that'd definitely be bad. Anyways, yeah you enter the voltage offset you want once you get to the step where you're entering the value. By 'value' I mean the voltage offset you want. Stock limit is +93, meaning +93mv, taking you from ~1.26v to ~1.36v. If you set the offset in ArtMoney at 120, that would be like having +120mv in Afterburner. So you'll be at ~1.38v.

You don't change the address itself. You're just changing the value of the address. You don't manually enter the 00449000 address, you find it through the Search and Filter steps, then move it to the right column and change the value of it thumb.gif

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Now ?

Refer to PM smile.gif Saw it before this post of yours, so I answered the PM first.
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Hi, I have problem again?!? SLI my GTX680L and have only 17700 in 3dmark that sounds crap, I have problem with voltage for two cards , if increased in AB 2.30 then only main card lifting voltage and secondary stay on factory setings, whats wrong? cant go more than 1300 core on standard voltage

17,700 Graphics Score, or overall?

For 2.3.0, you have to do the config file edit. And if you have two Lightnings, you need to copy/paste the lines of code into both config files in that folder. I'm not on my desktop at the moment, so I can't take a pic of the folder, but for me (as well as you) there will be two files, a long string of letters and numbers, and each will need the copy/paste into them.

Just to make sure, you are setting both cards up individually right? I mean, assuming the two cards aren't very similar, like mine aren't, you probably don't have the 'Sync similar GPUs' option checked in the settings. So if you don't, you have to go into the Settings and select Card 2 and click Ok and then you'll be brought to the second card's sliders. Not sure how much experience you have, so, just checking smile.gif
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MSI Afterburner 2.3.0 and Voltages :

this is the method i use every time i need to bench on Windows 7 OS, and is 100% working

just follow step by step this few things and u guys you'll be fine!

this is what u need :

- download and install MSI AB 2.3.0 version

- download and install Artmoney v7.40, while installing, and asked choose .AMT



- download this .ATM pre-compiled table for voltages

- Be sure UAC is disabled

- Execute MSI AB First and don't touch anything, be sure msi is @ default settings



- Execute Artmoney

- On Artmoney "Select Process" select MSI AB, below is how it should look



- Find and load the Artmoney .AMT file (previously downloaded) , if you did right till now this is how it has to look



- Now go on "VALUE" and write down your desired voltage on GPU/MEM/AUX



- Go on MSI AB , bumb your power target to the max and press apply, after doing this you'll see that the voltages you've previously set on AM are now available on MSI AB



- you are good to go, you can now close Artmoney.
WINDOWS 8 USERS (NOT PERSONALLY TESTED)

is raccomanded to install Artmoney in windows test mode :

Open a command prompt as an administrator

- type bcdedit-set loadoptions DISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
- hit enter
- type bcdedit-set TESTSIGNING ON
- hit enter
- reboot your system.
- Install ArtMoney install and run it.

Return to windows 8 normal operation :

- Open prompt command as an administrator
- type bcdedit-set loadoptions ENABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
- hit enter
- type bcdedit-set TESTSIGNING OFF
- hit enter
- Close the command prompt and reboot your sistem.


WHAT TO KNOW :

- any setting you do, you must do it through AM, if you apply any setting from MSI AB with AM closed, all voltages will roll back to their max MSI default values

Go easy with voltages if using stock cooler this is an hack and it can damage your precious HW, always keep an eye your on temperatures. That's all Have Fun!

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Edited by p3gaz_001 - 1/18/13 at 1:43pm
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