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Wow, thats a very huge jump, almost 30% in GPU clock speed. You can try lower the vol bit by bit till the komuster isnt stable. You have more or less maxed out on this card already
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Will try that, thanks ;-)
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Froze after 10 sek in kombustor @ v1.250, went back up to v1.256. Currently running good after 13 mins at 63C and 81% fan speed. Temp seems to stay between 62-64.



What about the memory clock? It's @ 1100MHz, but i guess i get get it closer to 1200. Worth it? (% performance gain vs % temp gain)

Thanks for the help guys ;-) Appreciate it!
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I have a gigabyte 6850 so I can't download trixx. What can I use to unlock the voltage?
(sorry to thread jack but I figured you guys would know)
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MSI Afterburner v 2.1.0 Beta 5 or Try the Beta 3 One of them unlocks the slider for core voltages
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try getting afterburner beta 5. You can adjust the voltage.

download link for AB beta 5
You know Afterburner 2.0 is already out right? AND IT IS STABLE, it isn't in BETA anymore......
    
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MSI Afterburner v 2.1.0 Beta 5 or Try the Beta 3 One of them unlocks the slider for core voltages
Beta 3 worked. Thank you!
post #28 of 31
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You know Afterburner 2.0 is already out right? AND IT IS STABLE, it isn't in BETA anymore......
AB 2.0 did not let me change the voltage but 2.1 Beta 5 did.
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post #29 of 31
Will I see artifacts in FurMark? I got my 6850 core up to 970 on stock voltage and still nothing. It crashes at 980 though. 59C max.
Edited by inediblebuffalo - 12/21/10 at 12:12pm
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I have never seen artifacts on my card. Mine ran at 1050/1200 without artifacts
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