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Unable to set VDDC above 1130 mV (sapphire trixx v.4.4.0b)

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I could not unlock voltage changes in afterburner despite trying several guides. I've since been using sapphire trixx but I cannot set the slider bar above 1130 mV. I just found a link to trixx v.4.4.0b and even using a modded .exe file I still cannot adjust the VDDC above 1130 mV. The more i google my problem, the more threads I find with people saying they can adjust the voltage up to 1381 mV...what am I doing wrong here? frown.gif

edit: I'm using an XFX 7950 (FX-795A-TDJC)
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voltage locked?
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You're out of luck. the voltage is locked on that card.
But if you can get 1150 MHz stable at everything at that low volt then you have a golden chip.
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Ah, that's too bad. I bought the card during a good sale, but I guess i should have done a bit more research. I've got it overclocked and stable at 1125 MHz testing with heaven and 3Dmark11 benchmarks, but I get random crashes during gaming so I've turned it down a bit. Thanks for the help thumb.gif
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That sucks. My HD7870 has a stock voltage of 1.250 and I have it oc'd to 1200/1400.
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