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I didn't see the voltage option in EVGA precision ultility, so I downloaded MSI after burner and it shows the voltage change option, but it doesn't allow me to change the voltage. Is it possible to change it? How?
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Click Settings below and check the 'Unlock Voltage control' and 'Unlock voltage monitoring'. Re-launch MSI AB and you can now adjust the voltage.
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Click Settings below and check the 'Unlock Voltage control' and 'Unlock voltage monitoring'. Re-launch MSI AB and you can now adjust the voltage.
Thx. Is this also possible with EVGA precision or any other EVGA utility? I just like using software from the same company of my graphic cards and I know it doesn't make a difference.
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Would forcing constant voltage be a good idea?
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Force constant voltage, it may cause instability with out it when going from 2d mode to 3d.
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post #6 of 7
Do not force constant voltage.

Precision doesn't have voltage control, and Afterburner is better all around. Both are made by the same crew of people anyways.
    
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post #7 of 7
forcing constant voltage won't even help the TEMP's so don't enable it..either you use Riva Tuner or simply AB..you just have to edit the config file for support with other brand of cards aside from MSI..
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