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post #6211 of 7827
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I got my two lightnings around chrismas time and have been happy using my cards ln2 bios stable @ 1,212 volts and +60mhz, of course with the 3A unlocked bios.

Yesterday I installed afterburner 2.2.3 , the vcore +93 and +120 mhz (1320 mhz) and mem +300. New highscore for me in 3dmark X7570. Jippi.Will try some more OC in the upcoming weekend.

Should I try to force stable voltage?? I can't make it stable OC with Ln2 and bios 3A. It jumps up and down. is it okey? Have tried the "force stable voltage" setting in afterburner.. but nothing changes.

It jumps up and down. It's normal. I don't like force voltagem option.
post #6212 of 7827
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Originally Posted by asleaker View Post

I got my two lightnings around chrismas time and have been happy using my cards ln2 bios stable @ 1,212 volts and +60mhz, of course with the 3A unlocked bios.

Yesterday I installed afterburner 2.2.3 , the vcore +93 and +120 mhz (1320 mhz) and mem +300. New highscore for me in 3dmark X7570. Jippi.Will try some more OC in the upcoming weekend.

Should I try to force stable voltage?? I can't make it stable OC with Ln2 and bios 3A. It jumps up and down. is it okey? Have tried the "force stable voltage" setting in afterburner.. but nothing changes.

Which drivers are you using, 310. drivers did that to me, what are the temps when it it is happening
post #6213 of 7827
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Which drivers are you using, 310. drivers did that to me, what are the temps when it it is happening

Thanks. I am using the last drivers 314.07. Voltage increase on heavy load and vica versa when OC. Stock voltage is constant under load
post #6214 of 7827
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Originally Posted by JulioCesarSF View Post

It jumps up and down. It's normal. I don't like force voltagem option.

Okey, thank you.
post #6215 of 7827
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Originally Posted by Menthol View Post

Reset the bios on your motherboard to defaults, re-seat your video card in it's slot and give that a try

I will definitely try this. I hope very much everything to be OK. Thanks for the advise smile.gif
post #6216 of 7827
Returning my MSI Lightning for a new one in a couple of days since the fans sounds broken and it seems to run bad on the unlocked bios.

Hope the one i get in return will work smoothly as i really like this card.
post #6217 of 7827
Just got mine and installed it. Didn't move the switch to LN2 at the start. Just did that and wow, mine came with an unlocked LN2!

Edit: Or did it? The Bios on the LN2 is 80.04.28.00.3A which the first page says is an unlocked LN2. The highest power control I see in AB is 133%.
Edited by gl0ry - 3/8/13 at 1:13pm
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^^ Mine came with a fake unlocked version. Version was the same as yours 80.04.28.00.3A, but it's not unlocked.

Get 80.04.09.00.F8 and it'll be truly unlocked. I've attached it. Just rename it to .rom

ln2unlocked.txt 179k .txt file

Update from me is that I'm really getting 1.26V (have to use multimeter) under load now with AB 2.3.1 and 314 drivers (at +100 mV). Idles at 1.23V. I don't have the issue where it applies +93mV. I'm not playing a game that maxes my system, so it probably would go to higher voltage.
Edited by dr/owned - 3/8/13 at 1:23pm
post #6219 of 7827
Thanks, Yeah I already flashed it. I figured it was a fake.. I can't believe they named it the same too.
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post #6220 of 7827
Edit to my update: offset voltage slider doesn't seem to do anything. -100 it's 1.26V, +100 it's 1.26V. If I try to apply anything greater than +88 it jumps to +100.

When I hit apply on +100 (from default) it temporarily blips the idle voltage from .997 to 1.1V but then after a few seconds it drops back.
Edited by dr/owned - 3/8/13 at 1:30pm
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