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But there are people who aint smart enough to not kill there cards, Just becuase some of you guys here know what you doing.Do not mean every one esle who will use the tool know, as there are people who will just mess with tools just because other people is trying them.

Granted I wanted to try the tool my self but its no lost to me, it not like I need more then 870 mhz on my gpu.
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But there are people who aint smart enough to not kill there cards, Just becuase some of you guys here know what you doing.Do not mean every one esle who will use the tool know, as there are people who will just mess with tools just because other people is trying them.

Granted I wanted to try the tool my self but its no lost to me, it not like I need more then 870 mhz on my gpu.
Well either way it prevents nothing, on the forum they actually have tons of people speaking of and sending others bios for GTX460 that completely unlock voltage. I had a guy do it to my hawk bios for me and now I can run 1.21Vcore. This program would have done the same and is no different minus a bios flash.

Edit: and who is he to have any say in this? Does he even have anything to do with MSI? IMO you should have PM'd Unwinder and MSI-Afterburner to see if they would allow it, although I don't know how you actually went about it.
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Well either way it prevents nothing, on the forum they actually have tons of people speaking of and sending others bios for GTX460 that completely unlock voltage. I had a guy do it to my hawk bios for me and now I can run 1.21Vcore. This program would have done the same and is no different minus a bios flash.

Edit: and who is he to have any say in this? Does he even have anything to do with MSI? IMO you should have PM'd Unwinder and MSI-Afterburner to see if they would allow it, although I don't know how you actually went about it.
I posted a preview thread with no download links, and politely asked if I could post this.

That's when he raged.
 
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Hi mate. I just tried it on my Asus EAH5850 DirectCU/2DIS/1GD5 and it works great - verified the voltage changes in GPU-Z all the way to from stock 1.1688v to +400mv of 1.5688v. It might have gone higher but I really didn;t want to test above 1.5688v.

My 5850 can now do 975/1100 on stock cooler - although temps are too high for daily use, so it's time to invest in a water block

For those with non ref Asus cards trying to get it to work - first make sure you have changed the cfg files to support the card.
  1. uninstall Asus SmartDoctor and reboot
  2. install the latest msiafterburner from HERE
  3. disable any CCC overclock and fan settings (if you have any set)
  4. Open MSIAfterburner.cfg and ensure the follow settings:
    UnlockVoltageControl = 1
    UnlockVoltageMonitoring = 1
    EnableUnofficialOverclocking = 1
  5. Go to the profiles folder, edit VEN_1002&DEV_6899&SUBSYS_03481043&REV_00&BUS_7&DEV _0&FN_0.cfg and add the following at the end:
    [Settings]
    VDDC_uP6208_Detection = 46h
  6. Copy the files in the afterburner volt unlock (linked in OP) to your msiafterburner program folder
  7. close msi afterburner (if it is open) and then start it up again using the new file:
    MSIAfterburnerVoltUnlock.exe

And that's it, it should now work and with default settings in the ini it should allow upto 500mv over volt.
A little commentary on this process, which does work.
  • Smart Doc does not need to be uninstalled, just make sure it doesn't start with windows (disable in msconfig). I still use Smart Doc to make sure the settings from afterburner stick.
  • The profile file name can be different depending on your configuration. For a 1 card set up, there should only be one file listed. For a crossfire set up with two different cards, you need to figure out which card is which. For my crossfire set up with a Sapphire reference and a directCU my two names were
    Code:
    VEN_1002&DEV_6899&SUBSYS_0B001002&REV_00&BUS_2&DEV_0&FN_0 
    and 
    VEN_1002&DEV_6899&SUBSYS_03481043&REV_00&BUS_1&DEV_0&FN_0
    At least for my setup the BUS_2/BUS_1 section referred to the placement in my PCI-E slots.
    
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A little commentary on this process, which does work.
  • Smart Doc does not need to be uninstalled, just make sure it doesn't start with windows (disable in msconfig). I still use Smart Doc to make sure the settings from afterburner stick.
  • The profile file name can be different depending on your configuration. For a 1 card set up, there should only be one file listed. For a crossfire set up with two different cards, you need to figure out which card is which. For my crossfire set up with a Sapphire reference and a directCU my two names were
    Code:
    VEN_1002&DEV_6899&SUBSYS_0B001002&REV_00&BUS_2&DEV_0&FN_0 
    and 
    VEN_1002&DEV_6899&SUBSYS_03481043&REV_00&BUS_1&DEV_0&FN_0
    At least for my setup the BUS_2/BUS_1 section referred to the placement in my PCI-E slots.
Ah cheers for the comments mate

The main reason I suggest removing smartdoc is to limit potential problems with settings not working in AB or voltages reverting back to stock. If removing smartdoc from startup in msconfig works, that's a great work around

As for the profile that needs to be edited, cheers again - I should have said look for the profile/s starting with:
VEN_1002&DEV_6899&SUBSYS_03481043&REV_00&

That way, it wouldn't matter what bus/pcie-slot they were installed in


Thanks - I have now correct my instructions and added the things you mentioned
Edited by un-nefer - 11/8/10 at 6:31pm
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There are some people that actually might WANT to kill their GPUs. Take for example someone that has a card that is a terrible overclocker and is still under warranty. Hey, why not pump 1.5volts through it. I mean, they've got nothing to lose, they can either achieve some insane clocks or kill their card and request a new one.
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There are some people that actually might WANT to kill their GPUs. Take for example someone that has a card that is a terrible overclocker and is still under warranty. Hey, why not pump 1.5volts through it. I mean, they've got nothing to lose, they can either achieve some insane clocks or kill their card and request a new one.
And these ppl would find a way to kill it regardless.

It's like someone who wants to suicide from death by cop - you can't blame the cops for shooting him if he points a shotgun at them.

Or someone who wants to rob a bank - you can't blame the gun manufacturer for giving them the tools to rob the bank.

Seriously, W T F is this world coming to when you can't even provide something useful (that is totally free btw) for the greater community. Really fkn sad tbh.
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Seriously, W T F is this world coming to when you can't even provide something useful
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I just seriously wish all these dam reviews on gtx 460 hawks (and who knows what other cards) didn't tout the card being such an OCing beast, with triple volts, and +200mv, and then MSI decides to lock down the volts AFTER the reviews/marketing was out.

For anyone that doesn't know, regardless if your bios is unlocked or not, if you use gtx 460 hawk (or hawk talon, or any other card with tripple volt) starting version 2.0.0 they lock down the core volts to +100mv.

You could get around this by using 1.6.1 with unlocked bios, but if you use that version then you can't use memory and aux voltage.
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does anyone have the link to the gtx 460 version?
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