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post #31 of 1117
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Originally Posted by nonnac7 View Post

Go into afterburner settings. In the General tab, check unlock voltage control and the drop down to the right set to third party.

If that doesn't allow you to manipulate the voltage bar in afterburner, check How To Get Voltage Slider In Afterburner Working On a 1080 Ti thread out.

Thx for replying smile.gif that didn't help for unlocking the voltage slider
post #32 of 1117
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Originally Posted by jootn2kx View Post

Thx for replying smile.gif that didn't help for unlocking the voltage slider

Try checking the link I put into it, it's what I did to unlock the voltage control in afterburner.

Alternatively,
  1. go into your msi afterburner folder
  2. right click and edit MSIAfterburner.oem2
  3. add "[VEN_10DE&DEV_1B06&SUBSYS_????????&REV_??]
    VDDC_Generic_Detection = 1" to the bottom of the file and save.
  4. Restart MSI Afterburner

Edited by nonnac7 - 4/11/17 at 11:27am
post #33 of 1117
This unlocked the slider thanks! smile.gif
post #34 of 1117
Can someone respond please, these aorus extreme, are oc without touch? In my case two card no respond or no correspond to suposed Mhz. The cards in full charge go to 1900 or 2000Mhz.
post #35 of 1117
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Originally Posted by braddocksp View Post

Can someone respond please, these aorus extreme, are oc without touch? In my case two card no respond or no correspond to suposed Mhz. The cards in full charge go to 1900 or 2000Mhz.

Nvidia cards have been like this for a while now, the auto boost much much higher than what is listed on the specs sheet. My Xtreme boosts to 2025 under gpu load without me touching a thing.
post #36 of 1117
Im gona give a small update about the voltage slider that seems to be unlocked now in MSI afterburner

I think my non extreme AORUS card is voltage (hardware) locked
Increasing the voltage of the card doesn't seem have any effect strangely (+15 or +100 doesn't matter) cant higher my core clock compared to stock voltage.

Increasing the powerlimit does from 125 to 150% I saw an improvement in more stable clock speeds on higher temperatures, so this works.

Can someone double check this if the non extreme reacts on the voltage slider?
post #37 of 1117
Got mine today. How do I deactivate the leds? i have a z170 mb so i cannot use rgb fusion.
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post #38 of 1117
You will need to install the aorus application that came with your card, should be on the dvd, just find the folder in the dvd and hit the install file. Bottom right of the program will have something you can click on to bring up the rgb stuff. I turned mine off as well as I couldn't get the breathing to be in sync with my motherboard. After you turn it off you don't need to have the program come back on again.
post #39 of 1117
oh ok i do not have a drive in my pc but i do have a portable one. i will try it now.
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i cannot find it; the aorus graphics engine has no led option.
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