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GPU Voltage Tuner - All-new intuitive voltage tweaker!

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by king-dubs, Jun 22, 2009.

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  1. king-dubs

    king-dubs Ancient Guru

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    I made this for even easier use than the other programs introduced by other fine members of XS. It works more automatically as well.

    Enjoy! Please test it!

    Updated to v1.2!
    - Added user protection to disallow voltages > 1.45v
    - Added advanced settings menu (right-click voltage drop-down) for disabling
    confirmation dialogs and unlocking higher voltages
    - RivaTuner detection is now more efficient

    [EDIT] links removed
     
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  2. Neo Cyrus

    Neo Cyrus Ancient Guru

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    Great, and I'm still left wondering since the other thread what the voltages as of 15h to 18h are for each. Thanks for not responding there buddy.
     
  3. king-dubs

    king-dubs Ancient Guru

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    Sorry, I couldn't respond as the original thread was locked the day I went to read it. The "15h to 18h" are registers in the voltage regulator, but you don't have to know that to use this program. You just need to make sure the voltage selected is the one you want to change (the stock 3D load voltage). If it did not automatically select the correct one, you can always change it yourself.
     
  4. morbias

    morbias Don TazeMeBro Staff Member

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    I think it might be an idea to put in your disclaimer that this program is not endorsed by Unwinder nor is it a part of Rivatuner, just to make it perfectly clear to people who choose to use it. There are some parts of the text which could be misconstrued to the contrary.
     

  5. king-dubs

    king-dubs Ancient Guru

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    I think it's quite obvious enough already that it's not part of RivaTuner since Unwinder said himself that he'd never slap a GUI on the ability to change GPU voltage.
     
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    morbias Don TazeMeBro Staff Member

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    Not everyone knows that and it isn't made clear in the text, just trying to respect his wishes here and prevent potential posts in the Rivatuner section complaining about this app.
     
  7. king-dubs

    king-dubs Ancient Guru

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    I understand.
     
  8. Neo Cyrus

    Neo Cyrus Ancient Guru

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    Thanks. So how do I know which one is for the 3D clock voltage?
     
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    Roft Member Guru

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    According to the OP's post:

    "if you are unsure whether the automatically detected and selected voltage is correct, you can check by loading up a full-screen game with GPU-Z or RivaTuner logging the GPU voltage in the background. If it is incorrect, simply select the correct load voltage."

    So ya, just load up your usual instrumentation for overclocking and see what your voltage load is during a 3D program.
     
  10. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    king-dubs. Unwinder might be ok (read does not care) with this, I however am not. So this tool will not be promoted here at Guru3D.com, please stick to that other forum.

    Thanks.
     

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