@DeathChild: yes, that chip is what is accessed and written to in software that supports voltage adjustment such as MSI AB. The thing about MSI is, since they have the tool AfterBurner, which supports voltage adjustment, then most likely they would be the last to voltage-lock their cards. However, if AMD specifies that their cards be voltage-locked, MSI would have to conform, at least most vendors will have to, except with some non-reference designs, just like EVGA had to remove their EVBot add-on with their 680 Classified cards as Nvidia had requested that their 680s should not support voltage adjustment. And yes, Lebanon Have you been here at some point? Or visited?