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ASUS Matrix HD5870 - Over Voltage issue

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Hello, recently I've been trying to get a stable over clock on my 5870. So far I've reached 950MHz on the core and 1300MHz on the memory and been trying to push this up to 1000MHz @ core. The problem I've got is the stability of the 1000MHz core. I've been trying to OV with the following:

MSI AfterBurner
- Voltage adjusting disabled

ASUS SmartDoctor
- Error at the startup "Can not find the graphics card information."

ATI Tray tools
- OV not applied at startup / Does not allow any custom voltage

Is there anything I can OV my 5870 with / fix the issues mentioned above ?
Thanks.
post #2 of 8
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MSI AfterBurner
- Voltage adjusting disabled
You need to enable it!

EDIT: or do you mean you enabled OV and it doesn't work?
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1: Welcome to OCN
2: After a bit of searching all I could find was this:
http://asus-itracker.software.informer.com/
    
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Thanks, and I'll try out the itracker.
1 more thing : How to 'Enable' the voltage adjustments using the MSI After Burner ? (If it's the "EnableUnofficialOverclocking" parameter - It's enabled.)
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Thanks, and I'll try out the itracker.
1 more thing : How to 'Enable' the voltage adjustments using the MSI After Burner ? (If it's the "EnableUnofficialOverclocking" parameter - It's enabled.)
Go to the settings and it will give u options to enable it
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Thanks, and I'll try out the itracker.
1 more thing : How to 'Enable' the voltage adjustments using the MSI After Burner ? (If it's the "EnableUnofficialOverclocking" parameter - It's enabled.)
There should be a newer version of iTracker if that one does not work.
    
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I've found that :
"Unlock voltage control" - Option checked, still nothing.

@ Edit

The iTracker works, thank you for help.
Edited by MostWanted095 - 2/5/11 at 5:35am
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how's the overclocking going? I have the same card..running at 1000 core and 1250 memory with itracker. 1350 voltage on the core and 1650 on the memory. seems to be stable enough. Is the core voltage too high you think? Also any idea on max temp for this card? It gets pretty hot
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