Most 690's use the NCP4206 like the titans and 780's
Originally Posted by lilchronic
yeah rbby, why is that???
It's because afterburner hasn't automatically detected it so its just uses generic detection, this can be fixed with the override like above. Im adding this to the tool and an update will be out hopefully today.
Cards this should work on
Would still need to be tested, i don't own all these cards to test.
680 POWER EDITION
670 POWER EDITION
660TI POWER EDITION
760 hawk Lightning
650 ti hawk
Note: It wont work on every 680 for example and it can also work on other cards, any card that has these vddc's. Different pcbs use different ones that's the reason some 680s will work and others not for example.
Demo of me bypassing the 1.3v limit with the tool
This is the tool for changing your Core, Memory or Auxiliary voltage above the maximum afterburner will let you.
Enter the values you want and click send. After you click send the values wont change in afterburner. You have to change your core or mem clock so you can click apply. (Try running as admin if its not working.)
The values in the blue circle is what its reading from afterburner so you can see what you set. In this screenshot i still need to adjust my core or mem clock so i can click apply.
I changed my mem clock and clicked apply and these are the voltages now +100 is equal to about .1v so be careful voltages don't change in gpuz, but the voltage monitor in afterburner does. (At least for GTX 770 lightning.)
New Features and more to come
Added a Advanced button. The app looks the same until this is clicked. It allows you to add VDDC codes to your afterburner profile for use with any card that has the listed VDDC's
"Default" in the VDDC list is what your afterburner profile was when this new version is first ran and is saved to the program.
Im also working on another version of this app for all you 24/7 users. When your pc is booted it will automatically load your afterburner profile 1 and do your voltages for you. ETA is a day or two as long as there's no problems along the way.
Also added Titan and 780 LLC tool for 1-4 cards. Just choose which card you want to edit from 1-4 and test then write. You should follow a guide elsewhere if your not sure how to use this.
The check status ri3 / ri4 buttons use this command "/ri3,20,DE" or for ri4 "/ri4,20,DE"
Then to write uses "/wi3,20,DE,00" or "/wi4,20,DE,00"
Hi there, its working but I have no benefit. I clock my GPUs to 1200MHz instead of 1140MHz. But GPUs throttle moore than on Stock Voltage and EVGA Precision X with KBoost and I got lower score in 3DMark13. I flashed a BIOS with higher PT@160 instead of stock PT @135, but no chance. Need some GTX780 Edited by Atzenkeeper500 - 9/11/13 at 1:21am