Originally Posted by JulioCesarSF
I discovered something.
The bios f8 is better than the A3 Management TDP.
While in f8 need to 94% TDP 3A need 100.6%.
What i do to get more then +100mv?
I'll search for the directions, hold on one minute.
Yeah you got a ways to go as far as temperatures are concerned, so, just give them some more voltage and you'll be breaking 19k in no time
Here you go
Have some fun and break 19k, be careful though. It looks like a lot at first, but it only takes seconds once you get used to it. Also, the addresses might be different on yours, the ones I listed in these directions are for Afterburner 2.2.3.
Edited by dph314 - 1/28/13 at 12:32pm
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