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Originally Posted by StreekG View Post

I'm pretty sure Unwinder mentioned that Beta 10 brings back the restriction, Beta 9 worked fine for me.

Why not just use the last final release with the CFG edit workaround? I use 2.3.1 with CFG edit and i get fully unlocked voltage adjustment and no rounding off to +93mV, stays at +100, perfect!
The Beta will just expire and then you'll need to change versions anyway.

Because I like the newer beta implementations.

I asked Uwinder and he said that no restriction was back with beta 10 => http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=4605304&postcount=30

Anyway, I'm using beta 10 with cfg editing, no big deal, just wanted to know if it was "my" issue, or was a general issue.

Cheers!
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Originally Posted by StreekG View Post

I'm pretty sure Unwinder mentioned that Beta 10 brings back the restriction, Beta 9 worked fine for me.

Why not just use the last final release with the CFG edit workaround? I use 2.3.1 with CFG edit and i get fully unlocked voltage adjustment and no rounding off to +93mV, stays at +100, perfect!
The Beta will just expire and then you'll need to change versions anyway.

Where is the info on the config edit? I want to try that out.
post #6953 of 7827
Im still using Afterburner 2.2.3 :O

Honestly done see the reason to upgrade - why fix what isn't broken.
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Anyone know how much I could get for my Lightning on eBay?
post #6955 of 7827
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Im still using Afterburner 2.2.3 :O

Honestly done see the reason to upgrade - why fix what isn't broken.

I can only assume there have been some updates to some of the other features, other than just adding support for titan and 7xx. Why else would they keep releasing new versions? Personally, I'd like to see MSI give a little more love to the built in video recorder, although with Nvidia's newly announced shadowplay, that may soon be a thing of the past (at least on Nvidia cards).
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I can only assume there have been some updates to some of the other features, other than just adding support for titan and 7xx. Why else would they keep releasing new versions? Personally, I'd like to see MSI give a little more love to the built in video recorder, although with Nvidia's newly announced shadowplay, that may soon be a thing of the past (at least on Nvidia cards).

The only thing I noticed when having a poke around the new afterburners was the fact it can report/track frametime in ms.

Other then that not exactly sure - maybe that and the 100mV/93mV bug?
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Anyone know how much I could get for my Lightning on eBay?

Unless it's a legendary overclocker, I'd pay $375-$400 now that the 770L is out. I'd have paid $450 yesterday, but not today. But why sell? What can you "upgrade" to? Titan is armed robbery unless you have 3 monitors or like to model hurricanes instead of playing games, and the 780 is slightly less than that only cheaper. With a little ingenuity you should be able to OC a 680L to perform as well as a 770L in most users' hands.

Maxwell is coming. Breathe.
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Unless it's a legendary overclocker, I'd pay $375-$400 now that the 770L is out. I'd have paid $450 yesterday, but not today. But why sell? What can you "upgrade" to? Titan is armed robbery unless you have 3 monitors or like to model hurricanes instead of playing games, and the 780 is slightly less than that only cheaper. With a little ingenuity you should be able to OC a 680L to perform as well as a 770L in most users' hands.

Maxwell is coming. Breathe.

probably cause he has heard that the 780 overclocks like a beast. especially under water. Which is true. a 780L should drop at around $700 US. the question is, is 30% or 40% (assuming you get a good OCer of a 780) worth $200.

And the problem is that there is only reference coolers out on 780's right now with the 1 EVGA exception of course. Sure the Reference coolers look bad ass but im sure any cooler anyone makes for them will be better cooling.

And the 780 actually performs better then a Titan because they overclock so much better with compute disabled. They should have never marketed the Titan as a gaming card/dev card. It should have been a Entry level Dev card only. Because the $1000 price for basically a Tesla is amazing. But $1000 for that performance in gaming is a rip off.
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probably cause he has heard that the 780 overclocks like a beast. especially under water. Which is true. a 780L should drop at around $700 US. the question is, is 30% or 40% (assuming you get a good OCer of a 780) worth $200.

And the problem is that there is only reference coolers out on 780's right now with the 1 EVGA exception of course. Sure the Reference coolers look bad ass but im sure any cooler anyone makes for them will be better cooling.

Do you have any sources regarding the 780 Lightning? Ive only been able to find information on 770 Lightning.
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My scores, Benchmark stable @ 1359 / 7300. Might be able to push the memory a more, but this is starting to definitely cut close to my max for benches.
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Keep in mind max bench OC in heaven will be lower than some benchmarks. For me I can only get stable at 1360MHz ish in Heaven where as in 3dmark11 I can push 1398MHz
    
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