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Anyone ever figure out exactly which file(s) and/or registry entries Asus SmartDoctor changes so installing/uninstalling this can be avoided? I'm too lazy to look into it ;p

I wish I knew. It looks like it's written from a dos box, not a registry hack.

This trick on works on one of my cards, sucks.
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post #22 of 84
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Originally Posted by tsm106;12528609 
I wish I knew. It looks like it's written from a dos box, not a registry hack.

This trick on works on one of my cards, sucks.

Hmm, found this.

http://www.techimo.com/forum/graphics-cards-displays/256789-enable-higher-overclocks-ccc-reg-entry.html
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Nice find, will have to try this out later. Thanks.
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Holy !@#$!!! It works! It's a little flaky because of powerplay, but damn it works. This is officially the best way to overclock modded 6950s. I'm running at 980/1480 at stock volts, 1.17 lol. I'll try pushing to 1ghz tomorrow cuz it's late now.

Compudaze has the google skills!
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So powertune is disabled with this? Can anyone confirm that using this doesn't effect throttling and lower performance because of the lack of using +20%?
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So powertune is disabled with this? Can anyone confirm that using this doesn't effect throttling and lower performance because of the lack of using +20%?

Compudaze's method, er the guy that found it, it doesn't disable anything afaik. You're 2nd card is still downclocked in 2D, which is great. Your limits in CCC get unlocked which is great. The reg hack method is the mojo. thumb.gif
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post #27 of 84
I just tried the flashing this BIOS and my voltages still say 1.100V in FurMark. My shaders are unlocked but my voltages still won't adjust. :\

By the way, I did use Compudaze's method also.
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Compudaze's method shouldn't effect the voltage bios. I would just confirm the bios you used actually has the voltage increase.

I had been toying with so many bios and I thought I had used an increased voltage but it turns out using RBE editor that was not the case.
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Compudaze's method shouldn't effect the voltage bios. I would just confirm the bios you used actually has the voltage increase.

I had been toying with so many bios and I thought I had used an increased voltage but it turns out using RBE editor that was not the case.

I used Compudaze's method to unlock the Core and Memory for CCC but the BIOS that I flashed (the first post in this thread) mentioned that the BIOS contained a 1.175V but I'm not seeing it still when I run FurMark or Kombuster.
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post #30 of 84
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I used Compudaze's method to unlock the Core and Memory for CCC but the BIOS that I flashed (the first post in this thread) mentioned that the BIOS contained a 1.175V but I'm not seeing it still when I run FurMark or Kombuster.

If you want voltage too, depending on the bios you need to use afterburner with the vddc edit.
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