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ive enabled overclocking on msi afterburn but now i can't change the voltage help
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Originally Posted by mr_zukovsky View Post
ive enabled overclocking on msi afterburn but now i can't change the voltage help
Did you check the Unlock voltage control in the afterburner settings? Also are you sure you have a reference model?
    
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hahaha thanks mate i didn't know i had to that. finally overclocked it .

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First off, I told you about needing to enable voltage control in afterburner in this thread yesterday:

http://www.overclock.net/9634060-post24.html

Secondly, I count no less than 5 threads you've started regarding the subject of overclocking your 5850's in the past few days. Next time, you should just make one.
    
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First off, I told you about needing to enable voltage control in afterburner in this thread yesterday:

http://www.overclock.net/9634060-post24.html

Secondly, I count no less than 5 threads you've started regarding the subject of overclocking your 5850's in the past few days. Next time, you should just make one.
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