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6850 Voltage unlocking

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I have an xfx 6850 card that i cannot seem to change the V on. i have been doing a lot of reading and cannot tell if the XFX cards DO or DONT let you change V. i went into the afterburner options and checked the V boxes as well as changing the values in the .cfg file, but i still cannot change the V. any suggestions?
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BUMP - looks like you have to use the beta version of afterburner to unlock the V slider.
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Use Sapphire Trixx. I use it with my non-reference 5850's and it allows me to adjust the voltage as I see fit. Hope that helps.
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