MSI GTX 460 HAWK 1gig VOLT OC HELP!!!

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  1. jonathanrvf

    jonathanrvf Member

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    I Have flashed both my gtx460 Hawk's to unlock the volts.
    With the old afterburner i can now reach 1.213 volts but with the afterburner v2.0.0 witch enables the aux volts and memory volts i can only make the core volt +100mv. lots of users can do +200mv with there afterburner.Can anybody please help?:bang:
     
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    i see you have the same cards.what is your settings?volts,mhz etc.
    I think you just solved my problem.gonna test now.doing volts with inspector and doing the overclocking and the aux volts and mem volts with afterburner.
    Thanx for the help.
     
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    Renegade8100 Ancient Guru

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    I'm not using Afterburner at all to clock with... http://hwbot.org/community/submissi...gpu_frequency_geforce_gtx_460_256bit_1006_mhz This run was with 1.187 volts thru Nvidia Inspector.
     
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    I tried inspector.then the card starts getting artifacts with memory at 1960MHZ and core at 965 with max volts.what could it be.could it just be a very bad batch card or is there still something im doing wrong.loaded latest driver.Just really wished my afterburner showd +200mv like thousands of people's.thanks
     
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    I started using Nvidia Inspector because I never could get Afterburner to work correctly. My only thoughts are to leave Afterburner at defaults or to even uninstall it...I agree this should not have to be done but I had no choice in my case. I suppose we are just some of the unlucky ones. :download:
     
  9. jonathanrvf

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    Both my cards are rubish.the one with max volts stable at 900 and th other at 920.im selling them.i will buy a palit sonic platinum again.had 2 of them and they ran 930mhz at only the standard 1.087 oc volt and i could run furmark and kombuster for hours.msi must really pull up there socks.they give a person false hope on the box.i will never buy a msi product again.no matter what.absolute rubish.
     
  10. Badger2point0

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    Just like to add that I have this exact issue of not being able to surpass +100mV or 900MHz stable with my 460 HAWK. Although it's still a decent card I can't help but to feel cheated by MSI, I'm almost certain that they must have delivered special units/software to review sites in order for them to reach the speeds that they did.
     

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    (Cough) do what renegade suggested
     

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