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It's been discussed, but SmartDoctor is a real awful piece of software. It's probably best to just wait until AB supports voltage control, which may be within the next week or so.
ok yea because if i try to OC with afterburner it will crash and it will not unlock the voltage to my gigabyte 6970
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It does not yet support voltage control for 69xx cards. Also, have you disabled ULPS? Sounds like a typical ULPS/AB conflict.
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It does not yet support voltage control for 69xx cards. Also, have you disabled ULPS? Sounds like a typical ULPS/AB conflict.
your going to need to educate me again bro, just like when i was trying to oc my 970. what is ULPS and where can i find it? also what problem are you refering too, i got alot of them
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Pregame: Create a restore point.

1. Win+R, type 'regedit' (without the quotations)

2. Ctrl+F, and search for ULPS

3. Change the value to 0

4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until all ULPS registry entries are changed to zero.


Of note: If you don't reverse this back before installing a new driver, you will have problems. Lots of people forget about that, and chalk it up to -- you guessed it -- ATI drivers.
post #55 of 72
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Pregame: Create a restore point.

1. Win+R, type 'regedit' (without the quotations)

2. Ctrl+F, and search for ULPS

3. Change the value to 0

4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until all ULPS registry entries are changed to zero.


Of note: If you don't reverse this back before installing a new driver, you will have problems. Lots of people forget about that, and chalk it up to -- you guessed it -- ATI drivers.
and what problem will this alleviate?
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You'll be able to use AB for clock adjustment with Crossfire enabled. Your BSODs are caused by Powerplay interference.
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Pregame: Create a restore point.

1. Win+R, type 'regedit' (without the quotations)

2. Ctrl+F, and search for ULPS

3. Change the value to 0

4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until all ULPS registry entries are changed to zero.


Of note: If you don't reverse this back before installing a new driver, you will have problems. Lots of people forget about that, and chalk it up to -- you guessed it -- ATI drivers.
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You'll be able to use AB for clock adjustment with Crossfire enabled. Your BSODs are caused by Powerplay interference.
oh cool, thanks. uh its is not finding any ULPS entries though. do i need to have one of the file trees highlighted or something?
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HKLM, although I don't believe it's necessary.
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HKLM, although I don't believe it's necessary.
coming up with nothing in the search. i appreciate your help by the way. you have been a friendly and helpful source of information for awhile now for me. guess i will wait and see if the new AB will fix my issue and allow me to tinker with the voltage.
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post #60 of 72
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HKLM = Hkey Local Machine, if that helps you.

Try searching for 'Crossfire' and see if it returns any results labeled something like 'enableCrossfireAutolink'.
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