Originally Posted by N2Gaming
No the one on your disk will be an older version and prolly not work for you. Uninstall Afterburner and reinstall it. Ver 2.0 is what I use not the beta
Well, I can say that I panicked
a little bit.
I have got MSI Afterburner 2.1.0 beta 6 and I can offically confirm that voltage adjustment at my MSI 460 GTX works just fine!!!
The solution was very simple. It is even written in readme file for MSI AB.
For this card I can rise a voltage up every 0.013 mV. Default voltage is 1.012 and I tried to set it at 1.015 and the slider just went back to 1.012 when I hit apply button. So, another value that I can up my voltage is 1.025 mV and then 1.037 mV.
So far I could overclock it to almost 900 MHz but with 1.037 voltage and there were some artifacts (unfortunately).
Stable settings are:
Core = 875 (880) MHz
Shaders = 1750 MHz
Memory = 1910 MHz
Voltage = 1.025 mV
So, my 3D Mark 06 score would be now: 21020
I took a screenshot but ... unfortunately I cannot submit my results to ORB (you can guess why
I just wonder what is the maximum safe voltage for this card.
You wrote that you run your cards having 1.050 mV ... so, another step would be 1.063 mV.
What I noticed is that everytime I rised my clock CPU score (in 3D Mark 06) was higher also.
Now it's only a matter of overclocking my CPU to 4.2 GHz or 4.3 and give and memory to 1700 MHz
I can recommend that card to everyone. Last night I played "Dirt 2" with Max details, resolution 1920x1200 and MSAA x 8 (Vertical sync was on).
Average FPS was sth around 50-55, so it is not so bad for a Direct X 11 game.