Overclocking with MSI Afterburner (At Users Risk)

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by Renegade8100, Aug 18, 2010.

  1. Atlas

    Atlas Maha Guru

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    I agree. I used RBE to change the default overclocking range so I could overclock in CCC and keep the powersaving modes. Not necessery anymore now.
     
  2. Renegade8100

    Renegade8100 Ancient Guru

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    Tutorial updated to the latest release including the option to enable video capture in the config. If you still see 1.6.1, clear your cache.
     
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    Renegade8100 Ancient Guru

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    Thread updated to include AMD/ATI voltage control info.
     
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    Tutorial updated to the latest release including the option to enable video capture in the config. If you still see 2.0.0, clear your cache.
     

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    I have Asus ATI 5870 , and tried to overlock with msi AfterBurner all versions...but trouble is with Voltage , MSi afterburner dont allow to take voltage...just Asus Smart doctor is working.
     
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  6. Renegade8100

    Renegade8100 Ancient Guru

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    What is the part number? I think asus uses their own custom voltage controller that is not supported with afterburner. If you look at the voltage controller chart I provided, it only accounts for reference and custom msi pcbs. I believe your 5870 is pci express 2.1 as well. If you are unsure, please post a picture of gpuz or tell us what it says under bus interface.
     
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  7. Neveris

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    No , my pc is Q6600 with zalman extreme x10 boosted 3.6 mhz :) motherboard Asus P5K ...I had Gtx 460 cyclone, and all was perfect with msiafterburner ,and voltage was perfect to overlock.....But now I have Asus 5870 V2 , and I cant control Voltage...my pci express is simply, not 2.0

    In future maybe afterburner new versions will fix it?

    this is my vga :)

    http://www.fortakas.lt/Vaizdo_ploks...atalogStoreDetail.aspx?CatID=PL_233&ID=342234
     
  8. Renegade8100

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    That is not reference. MSI will also not be letting a competing product work with its software. Asus's voltage control software solution will be the only one that will work with your card.
     
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    voltage control list updated to include 6870 and 6850.
     
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    not for 6870........i'll already test it
     

  11. Renegade8100

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    yes the 6870 doesn't work but the 6850 does with 2.1.0 beta 2.
     
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    Need I disable all ulps in the registry, cause I find a lot more than 000,001,003?
     
  13. Renegade8100

    Renegade8100 Ancient Guru

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    some people do 000 because it is usually the current control set.
     
  14. Bullu$

    Bullu$ Master Guru

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    Got it working, I just set all of them to 0.
    [​IMG]
     
  15. Renegade8100

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    nice man, good to hear it worked out.
     

  16. Renegade8100

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    6870 should now be supported for voltage modulation as of 2.1.0 beta 3
     
  17. Bullu$

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    Previous post was working with W7, but tried to disable ulps in xp but it's a no go.

    Change unofficialoverclock=1 (also in register ulps 1=0)

    Started afterburner, but at gpu 1 it's oke (u see voltage,clockspeeds)
    When I oc it just overclock 1 card (synchronising is enabled)

    When I select gpu 2, I see 0 clockspeeds :(

    How to get it work in XP?
     
  18. Renegade8100

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    did you change "EnableUlps" to 0 under the 0000 and 0001 or 0003 keys? I'd say do a driver sweep and then reinstall your drivers n try again.
     
  19. Bullu$

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    Yep, did that and use several time driver sweeper.
    But the problem is that I can't install the drivers from the amd site, he don't reconize the card. If I use the drivers from the cd then it's no problem.

    I think the issue is that.
    I shall do a fresh install of windows and see if I can get it working.

    I don't remember that it's was a problem with amd drivers before. So maybe XP OS is corrupt.
     
  20. Renegade8100

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    that sounds like a possibility.
     

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