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Originally Posted by savagebunny;11895589 
If you get the flicker, your memory may want some more volts.

If you +10 it in Afterburner, mine read out at 1.600v on my multi-meter

This being said, the only thing I can adjust is standard voltage in after burner. Does this also add voltage to the ram or is there a way to adjust RAM only voltage?

Reposting this because its been a couple days, hoping to get some fresh eyes on it.

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post #12 of 15
What version of MSI Afterburner do you have?
You probably need a newer version that supports memory voltage tweaking on your card..
I had that same card for a while, cant for the life of me remember what version I used tho..
I'm sure the latest version will work just fine tho..

EDIT : DO you have the regular twin frozr 460 or the Hawk??
Edited by Capwn - 1/8/11 at 2:17pm
post #13 of 15
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Not the Hawk, twin frozr II 768MB. The newest version is the version I have. I am guessing this card dosnt have a voltage regulator for the RAM
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post #14 of 15
Hit "settings" in Afterburner.

Go to "general" tab.

Check:

"Unlock voltage control"
"Unlock voltage monitoring"

and I checked - "Force constant voltage" as well.
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yup, did that. I am under the impression this particular card is unable to adjust RAM voltage. I have the newest 2.1.0 Beta 5 after burner and there arnt any extra options for me there either. all is good

I have it clocked to:
Core Volt: 1.025v
Core Clock: 900MHz
Shader Clock: 1800MHz
Memory Clock: 1900 MHZ
Fan speed: 60% (temps level off at 49C)

This is with the original BIOS. I might try an unlocked bois to see if I can get a little more out of it as per this thread: http://www.overclock.net/nvidia-driv...any-fermi.html

I am stable running Kombuster in any mode for 30 - 45 min. WoW, EQ2, MSFSX, and any other game I throw at it seem to run fine with no artifacts, though I havnt tried to do a 3D render in DAZ that would be a test for sure.

I was at 925 Core clock but just wasnt super stable, no matter what I did with voltages. I would run kombuster no problem but would get artifact here in there in games and random lockups.
Edited by Mr.Mike - 1/13/11 at 4:26am
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