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I could be wrong but i dont think that you can even mess with the mem voltage if that is what you are talking about...
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I could be wrong but i dont think that you can even mess with the mem voltage if that is what you are talking about...
Oh well why would a software like ATI Overvolt offer it?

You see I was searching for a way to do the OP and ATI OVERVOLT came up. So I downloaded it and it had the options of both adjusting the core and memory voltages......

The thing is everytime I restart my computer the values I set go back to the default voltages....
    
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Oh well why would a software like ATI Overvolt offer it?

You see I was searching for a way to do the OP and ATI OVERVOLT came up. So I downloaded it and it had the options of both adjusting the core and memory voltages......

The thing is everytime I restart my computer the values I set go back to the default voltages....
Where do you see the voltage adjuster in ATI Overdrive?
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Where do you see the voltage adjuster in ATI Overdrive?
ATI Overvolt is a different piece of software in and out of itself, not part of ATI Overdrive at all.
    
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ATI Overvolt is a different piece of software in and out of itself, not part of ATI Overdrive at all.
Ahh that could be why I don't see it

Ill download it and see if I can see if you can save profiles and what not.
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Ahh that could be why I don't see it

Ill download it and see if I can see if you can save profiles and what not.
Nope, the UI is bare bones as hell. two categories, Core Voltage and Memory Voltage, both have "sliders" to adjust the values and yea there are only two values.

So I guess I will be sticking to using standard voltages until

1: Afterburner allows for mem. voltage adjustment.

2: The fan control is a lot better......
    
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Nope, the UI is bare bones as hell. two categories, Core Voltage and Memory Voltage, both have "sliders" to adjust the values and yea there are only two values.
So why cant you use MSI Afterburner? And you don't need to adjust memory voltages, I get plenty high without it.
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So why cant you use MSI Afterburner? And you don't need to adjust memory voltages, I get plenty high without it.
Well like I said Fan Control is essential. I used to use it and no matter what I set the fan control to on CCC ( I used CCC for fan control, the afterburner one sucks) it would automatically set itself to a extremely high speed.....
    
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Well like I said Fan Control is essential. I used to use it and no matter what I set the fan control to on CCC ( I used CCC for fan control, the afterburner one sucks) it would automatically set itself to a extremely high speed.....
Oh I had that problem. Its a simple fix. Just set yourself your own personal fan setting and it goes away. I get it like once in like 50-60 start ups and it goes away within 1-2 minutes. If that bothers you still then your **** outa luck lol.
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Well after a few searches i came up with a lot of people asking the same question as you and no one has an answer for it...
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