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So you guys think Trixx is better than Afterburner for overclocking? Afterburner doesn't seem to work the same way for me like it used to. Are there some special install instructions for using this with 13.2 Beta 5?

not really, i tend to use both. i set my voltages in trixx since it can go higher than afterburner, press reset in afterburner and it reports voltages. if you try use afterburner max is 1.3v. after i set volts in trixx, i then overclock in afterburner. do you have the version of trixx? if not, its here;

http://www35.zippyshare.com/v/4022846/file.html
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Hopefully the 4.6 will be modded as well. cool.gif

Ask w1zzard on TPU, its his software even though sapphire has rebranded it.

Hes the only one that can mod it, as he has the source code.
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running 1200/1500 on 1090mv atm, will let you know if this helps me get any more from it thumb.gif
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not really, i tend to use both. i set my voltages in trixx since it can go higher than afterburner, press reset in afterburner and it reports voltages. if you try use afterburner max is 1.3v. after i set volts in trixx, i then overclock in afterburner. do you have the version of trixx? if not, its here;

http://www35.zippyshare.com/v/4022846/file.html

Why don't you use Trixx to overclock?
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Why don't you use Trixx to overclock?

I prefer the graphs on afterburner and setting up my GPU usage and frame rates easier, there's no reason why, its just personal preference smile.gif
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So far so good with Trixx. Seems not to bring the issues that AB brings. No flickering desktop when I overclock. Seems to run a bit hot yet it doesn't seem to bake when I'm pushing on the GPU. Overclocking, that is. One thing I noticed with both AB and Trixx is when I try to set voltage at 1220 it drops to 1218 as if I can't go above that number. I'm using an XFX 7870.
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So far so good with Trixx. Seems not to bring the issues that AB brings. No flickering desktop when I overclock. Seems to run a bit hot yet it doesn't seem to bake when I'm pushing on the GPU. Overclocking, that is. One thing I noticed with both AB and Trixx is when I try to set voltage at 1220 it drops to 1218 as if I can't go above that number. I'm using an XFX 7870.

Voltage adjustment does not come in 1mV steps. There's a definite number of selectable voltages in the voltage controller, and apparently 1218 is the nearest step close to 1220.
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Voltage adjustment does not come in 1mV steps. There's a definite number of selectable voltages in the voltage controller, and apparently 1218 is the nearest step close to 1220.

Wrong. Select the slider with the mouse and use right-left arrow keys to fine tune voltage in 1mV steps thumb.gif
    
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Wrong. Select the slider with the mouse and use right-left arrow keys to fine tune voltage in 1mV steps thumb.gif

They can be requested, but not always set.
Often when you click apply, it will adjust the voltage and you need to click apply again to accept its suggested figure.
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They can be requested, but not always set.
Often when you click apply, it will adjust the voltage and you need to click apply again to accept its suggested figure.

This. Its so frustrating when I select 1300mv and it sets 1299 -.-
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