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Force Constant voltage in AB is safe?

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hey! i have one 7950 of gigabyte with voltage "locked" and i want to lower the VRM temps cause are a bit high and i found a way to chose the voltage that i want forcing constant voltage in afterburner but i have a question, its safe activate it? i created 2 profiles one for 2d with 0,8 voltage and the lowest possibly cores for idle and another for 3d with 1.18 voltage and OC clocks, they only bad i found on in force voltage is the high voltage for idle but i fixed it with the 2d profile, anyone use this option too? sry for bad english i try my best tongue.gif
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Auto 2d-3d profile didn't work for me. I did the same as you, but the problem is that you can't go as low with the clocks as the original clocks so in 2d the card will run hotter and draw more power. Not sure how bad it is in the long run, but it feels like a quick fix rather than a real solution...
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Thread Starter 
yes its true, my lowest clocks in AB are 500/625 but the gpu drop to 300/150 so its not problem
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