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Author Topic: MSI Afterburner - 2.2.0 Beta 3 Core Voltage 0+ (Question)  (Read 10365 times)

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mute_ZA

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Sup guys,

I installed the MSI Afterburner - 2.2.0 Beta 3, i read the manual and some sites etc. one thing i do not understand and that is how this version's Core Voltage works. As i've seen on youtube and various forums that the Core Voltage is displayed as the volts are set to exp: 0.0950V, but mine is displayed as a "+0". It never displays the Volts at which you are currently at, like the Core Clock or Memory clock etc. Any ideas?


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« Reply #1 on: 16-June-11, 23:16:35 »

 In "Settings" did you put a check mark in the 'Unlock voltage control' and 'Unlock voltage monitoring' boxes?
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« Reply #2 on: 16-June-11, 23:47:44 »

Yes i have:

I tried the Afterburner which came with my driver installation disk, the version before this beta, but voltage was grey'd out, tried the "cfg" edit, didnt work, checked the tick boxes, didnt work, so i tried this latest beta, which seems to "unlock" the voltage but appears like this

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« Reply #3 on: 17-June-11, 02:04:01 »

It depend of card, it either can show the voltage or like you have it. Yours is more easy, as you can figure quickly is there a overvolt or not
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Henry

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« Reply #4 on: 17-June-11, 02:18:53 »

 You might want to update drivers while you're at it. 275.33 is latest.
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« Reply #5 on: 17-June-11, 03:09:13 »

It works as an offset.  + or - the default voltage.
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« Reply #6 on: 17-June-11, 09:23:51 »

Yes, i understand that it works as an offset, but by how much does it increment by when i type in "+1", or "+5", etc? As it will only show the value as "+1" or which ever number i enter.

*Please note i did not Apply, only for example*




Thanks for the headsup on the new updated drivers, i'll go update straight away :biggthumbsup:
« Last Edit: 17-June-11, 17:33:09 by mute_ZA »
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