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No not underclock, Just lower the Voltage and see if its stable with stock clocks.
I meant undervolt >_<
    
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brother's pretty low at:

2D 0.906
3D 0.930

I use GPU-Z as MSI Afterburner is always off?
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brother's pretty low at:

2D 0.906
3D 0.930

I use GPU-Z as MSI Afterburner is always off?
May not support the card then. Latest beta version here.
    
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Yea I have it installed. When I have it running, it shows my VID at 0.970 but in GPU-Z it shows 0.903 and when I run any 3D apps, it goes to 0.930.

I have the latest GPU-Z and MSI installed. I've always had trouble with MSI showing the correct VID. I tried clean installs, reset settings, etc
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Yea I have it installed. When I have it running, it shows my VID at 0.970 but in GPU-Z it shows 0.903 and when I run any 3D apps, it goes to 0.930.

I have the latest GPU-Z and MSI installed. I've always had trouble with MSI showing the correct VID. I tried clean installs, reset settings, etc
Then it must be 970. GPUz reads current voltage, not 3D Load voltage. You should remember that the GTX 500 and 400 cards change clocks depending on the type of load, so on something like Audiosurf or even CoD4 they may run at 1/2 clocks
    
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Yea I have it installed. When I have it running, it shows my VID at 0.970 but in GPU-Z it shows 0.903 and when I run any 3D apps, it goes to 0.930.

I have the latest GPU-Z and MSI installed. I've always had trouble with MSI showing the correct VID. I tried clean installs, reset settings, etc
You have to select "Unlock Voltage Control" and "Unlock Voltage Monitoring" in settings to get it to show in MSI Afterburner.
post #27 of 46
GPUz reads constant so it will show 3D modes as I've said it loads at 0.930 while gaming, benchmarking, etc and idles at 0.903.
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You have to select "Unlock Voltage Control" and "Unlock Voltage Monitoring" in settings to get it to show in MSI Afterburner.
yeah i know.
post #29 of 46
Mine is an evga with a bid of .950 and will do 950 on 1.1v. Memory is stable up to 2250 but I run it @ 2100 to be safer.
post #30 of 46
yeah my inno3D one had the same voltage, but i changed it to 1064 so i could get a 850/2000 overclock, which seems like almost 99% of the 570 can do, easily
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