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No, havent tried to physically modify them at all, possible that it looks bent because of the camera angle. Looking this live still looks bent downwards.

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post #2302 of 5049
Ok, I must double check that tomorrow when I get home and if it really is bent like that then replace it most likely.
post #2303 of 5049
I have the elpida memory version and I get a higher clock speed with boost enabled on the stock bios when overclocked than I can get with the modded bios, am I doing something wrong?

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post #2304 of 5049
Hi gang,

I've been playing around with my lightnings the last few nights (god bless the baby sleeping through the night now).

My card has a corsair H90 modded onto it. I've been using a program called backdate to launch AB15. On the stock bios (I think, I never changed whatever it was when I got it via switch or flash)

Within the AB15 limits of 100mv and 109 power target, I was able to push up to about 1350 boost on the core (+240 I think?), but I noticed that the boost clock would fluctuate between 1307, 1333, 1350 and kind of bounce around. Temps were all in the low to mid 60's at this point. Am I hitting the power target limit at this point?

I'm waiting for my kraken g10's to arrive before I put my other card back in for SLI (I have another h90 waiting for that card)

I'm about to embark on improving my OC (which last night ran 1306 stable for an hour with +50mv and 109 power target)

I read that the new ab18 is out and has the appropriate options for lightning cards. If I switch to ab18, will I also need to use the rbby tool in order to go beyond 100mv? Or is that enabled now strictly within ab18?

Thanks in advance for the help. I'll be swapping my stock LN2 bios over to skynet's LN2 for Hynix tonight to see what kind of gains I can make.
post #2305 of 5049
In the monitoring section of afterburner, it shows the power percentage used, this should give an indication weather you are getting close.

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post #2306 of 5049
Anyone know how to push 1.8v to my memory? RBBY Tool is not doing anything.. using AB beta 15 non-expiring version only will let me do 1.7v.
post #2307 of 5049
Hello guys

Is the only way to reach 300% power limit to use the Skyn3t bios? or can i do it in the standard LN2 Bios with rbby's tool?
Im pretty new at this, and i would like a little help doing it smile.gif im in the LN2 bios atm

Atm i reached this:
CV: 100mV
Power Limit: 109%
CC:+255
MC: +200

Also i can easy access like CC: +350 but it's not stabel in Fire Strike at all. crashes even before loading is done. I haven't tested any games yet. I want to make sure i can pull everything out as much as possible, before i get some watercooling for it. I am using 3dmark to test the overclock.

Am i doing well with those clock's in the LN 2 Bios or? Should i Flash it to skyn3t for the 300% unlock, is water going to give med more?

Best regards Noddy

My setups is:
I5 2500K 4.7GHz
GTX 780 Lightning
16GB 1600MHz corsair vengeance
Msi Mpower Motherboard
coirsair TX 850
H80 water on the CPU
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lightning should have been here by now but amazon shipping is still on "preparing for shipment" =\
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post #2309 of 5049
I noticed some people complaining about AB 15 Beta not working. So I'll repost this and let you guys know that its no problem using beta 18 now. As seen below, the SE version of AB is now included in with the vanilla version in the same installer. And RBBY has already updated his tool to work just fine with beta 18. As quoted below, just select "extended MSI voltage" and you'll be running the SE version! smile.gif Enjoy.

Download MSI AB beta 18 here

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Originally Posted by MrALLroy View Post


• Regular and SE versions of MSI Afterburner are now merged into single installer. Added voltage control mode selection option to the “Compatibility properties” section in “General” tab. Now you can toggle between reference design, standard MSI and extended MSI voltage control modes.

And...

For beta 18
http://www.overclock.net/attachments/19746
post #2310 of 5049
Quick question : which method / software is the most reliable in regards to reading the GPU core voltage ? Most sensors report 1.13v while my multimeter says it's 1.22v.


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