Originally Posted by Agent-A01
Voltage Control for 780Tis.
Serial Interface Voltage (0xDD)
With this, you can use an offset voltage to increase voltage up to 200mv, or .02v.
For example, say your load voltage is 1.150v.. You can add a maximum of 200mv to get 1.350v. The benefit of using this is the card will drop to an idle voltage, instead of being a constant 1.350v if you were to set it in MSI AB. Any voltage other than auto set in MSI AB will be static.
If you force 1.212v under load, you will have a maxiumum of 1.4~volts
Each step is + 6.25mv.
exchange XX for one of the following.
Possible values range from 00-1F
00 = No voltage added
Note: if you set to 00, the voltage you set in MSI AB will be what you get.
For example, 1.3v set =s 1.3v. For default it adds +18.75mv, this is why it would read 1.319v normally.
i was referring to this.
00 = +0mv
03 = +18.75mv ( Default)
08 = +49.6mv
10 = + 100mv
18= + 149.6mv
1F = + 200mv (max)
Note: Offset voltage also offsets idle voltage.. But idling at 1.0v is better than 1.3v ofc.
Command is msiafterburner.exe /wi3,20,DD,XX
where XX is the value want to set from above.