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Didnt brick my card , though it did let me go to 920 then my pc shutoff so i assume my psu is struggling with all my components overclocked =(
    
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Enabling "Force Constant Voltage" in Afterburner gave me similar results to selecting +20% in CCC.
Interesting.... thank you for sharing that info
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Increasing limit in RBE bricked my 4780 and 4890 i do believe!
LOL

Maxing the limit doesn't mean your card will actually do 2800mhz on the core.
That's what you did, right...wonder what would happen if I hit apply?
Just kidding of course.
I've been using it since it was an option, 0 issues.
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yeah i guess im almost at my psu's limit =( heres a screenshot of hwmonitor can someone advise me whethre or not my voltages are okay ? bcos im thinking about buying myself a new psu if its at its limit ..

heres my psu..
http://www.jw.com.au/widetech-650w-s...t-pci-ex-p-674

and the one im thinking of buying..
http://www.jw.com.au/antec-850w-truepower-quattro-p-429

+ rep given for help


Here is Guru3D's power supply recommendation:

Radeon HD 6950 - On your average system the card requires you to have a 500 Watt power supply unit.
Radeon HD 6970 - On your average system the card requires you to have a 550 Watt power supply unit.
If you are going to overclock CPU or processor, then we do recommend you purchase something with some more stamina.

There are many good PSUs out there, please do have a look at our many PSU reviews as we have loads of recommended PSUs for you to check out in there. What would happen if your PSU can't cope with the load:

IS IT WISE FOR ME TO GET MYSELF A NEW PSU ? with my i7 @ 4.2ghz , 2ghz ram , 2 hdd's , corsair h50 , dvd drive , overvolted fans , cold uv light bars , 9 other fans ..Is this too much for my crappy psu to handle ? maybe thats why my computer just switches off when i clock my gpu to 920/1400 ? on default 880/1375 it runs perfectly .
The max output is 550 watts if you look under your PSU specs on the link you provided for it.
PSU name claims 650 watts, so you got ripped off.
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So what's the good word with RBE so far?

I loaded the shader unlock BIOS and went to the clock settings page to enter higher values for Clock Info 00 along with a higher voltage. That resulted in an unbootable system.

The other option is to enter clocks there but enter voltages under "GPU registers" (though saving both these BIOS, their naming scheme suggests they are still at default voltages and clocks)...and then there's some other stuff under "additional features" to increase the OC limit.

What have people had success with?
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You need to be using the clock tuning wizard.


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So what's the good word with RBE so far?

I loaded the shader unlock BIOS and went to the clock settings page to enter higher values for Clock Info 00 along with a higher voltage. That resulted in an unbootable system.

The other option is to enter clocks there but enter voltages under "GPU registers" (though saving both these BIOS, their naming scheme suggests they are still at default voltages and clocks)...and then there's some other stuff under "additional features" to increase the OC limit.

What have people had success with?
Did you use clock tuning wizard?
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Did you use clock tuning wizard?
That just seems to populate the values in Clock Info 00 and 03, which I had done manually before. Does it also do something else?

I'm probably doing something else wrong. When I go to save the file after changing all the values, the file name reflects stock 2D clocks and voltages.

Entering manual values got me an unbootable system, regardless of whether or not I entered the voltage numbers in "GPU registers" or right underneath "Clock Info 00". (1.3v/880mhz)

All I'm supposed to do is adjust these values and hit Save BIOS, right?

e: OK just read your reply to the guy earlier, I'll give Clock tuning wizard a try. Just spent 6 hours putting together an Ikea bed, read=fail, ugh.

e: Tried the wizard, same result - boots to windows starting screen, then the monitors all go blank. This is using the Sapphire shader-unlocked 6950 BIOS. Pretty sure I'm just doing something wrong, though I'm flashing using the same technique I use to flash to the shader-unlocked BIOS, which works fine.
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Boy oh boy, unwinder really blew this time.
He doesn't have to reply to every "replicate" question out there.
    
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That just seems to populate the values in Clock Info 00 and 03, which I had done manually before. Does it also do something else?

I'm probably doing something else wrong. When I go to save the file after changing all the values, the file name reflects stock 2D clocks and voltages.

Entering manual values got me an unbootable system, regardless of whether or not I entered the voltage numbers in "GPU registers" or right underneath "Clock Info 00". (1.3v/880mhz)

All I'm supposed to do is adjust these values and hit Save BIOS, right?

e: OK just read your reply to the guy earlier, I'll give Clock tuning wizard a try. Just spent 6 hours putting together an Ikea bed, read=fail, ugh.

e: Tried the wizard, same result - boots to windows starting screen, then the monitors all go blank. This is using the Sapphire shader-unlocked 6950 BIOS. Pretty sure I'm just doing something wrong, though I'm flashing using the same technique I use to flash to the shader-unlocked BIOS, which works fine.
IDK

I don't have a card to test.

But I would start by flashing back to the og bios and try incremental speed increases via the clock tuning wizard.

Are you dos flashing or os flashing?
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No matter what I try (so far) I can't get mine stable above stock. I had it at 900/1400 and it made it through some benches but after a while of just using my PC regularly, ie: no gaming etc, my desktop went all weird, like split in half with the left side on the right. It happened a couple of times so I put it back to stock (890/1375). I've not upped the voltage at all, only +20% power control in CCC
Edited by tw33k - 1/15/11 at 10:30pm
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