Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Application Development Forum' started by Tim_Ca, Oct 1, 2009.
Lol, I have no idea, could you help me?
Sorry, you have to use search and add it yourself.
But, I don't even know what to type or what to even search for.
Or is this it? https://github.com/ius/radeonvolt/blob/master/vt1165.h
You MUST have basic understanding of VT1165 to add this yourself to Afterburner, I cannot do this instead of you, sorry.
But I thought that the VRM VT1165 was all the same, therefore would need the same 'string' in order to get it working?
The "string" must specify proper voltage LUT register addres for your card and proper default voltage register value. You MUST understand VT1165 basics to fill it and I cannot help you on that, sorry. It is not HIS suppirt forum.
Oh ok, All I know is the default voltage. I doubt that would be suffice, lol.
Thanks for clearing that up for me
I doubt HIS support would respond to me this quickly and wouldn't be as experienced as you Unwinder
Hello, I've got MSI R7850 Twin Frozr 2GD5/OC and I want to undervolt - is it possible? In Afterburner 2.3.0 I have the "Core Voltage" slider inactive. Setting "unlock voltage control" is checked and drivers for vga are the latest directly from MSI. Does my model support voltage control or not?
The only MSI 7850 with voltage control is 7850 Power Edition. You can always find if your model supports overvoltage by examining your retail MSI card box and reading it there.
OK, thank you for your reply. I assume that's not impossible but MSI simply wants to support sells of this Power Edition model? Anyway I will have to inquire about this next time I buy graphics card.
I bought a msi hd 7770(R7770-PMD1GD5) for my brother and we can´t change the voltage of the card, we tried everthing(unnoficial method, etc). The box clearly says "overvoltage with msi afterburner"!
Other thing: the card doesn´t have crossfire on the card, it isn´t there!
Summary: screw you msi, i´m out.
Dear haters, please post crap like "screw you msi" outside this place. Summary: bye.
Hatter? It´s false advertising!
The only 7770 with overvoltage support is 7770 Power Edition, which is NOT your model. And once again, it is not official MSI support place, their PRs don't visit this place frequently. It is a forum dedicated to software development ONLY. So direct your hate to official MSI support places, if you beleive that you got fooled. I don't sell you the cards and I won't like to waste time on cleaning your hate posts. Thanks and bye.
I did´t even mean to speak to you, i made a post on this thread about msi voltage, regarding the lack of voltage tweaking on my msi card and showed my discontent to prevent others users from falling in false advertising. I don´t even know who you are, and why did you speak to me in such a rude way like you own this section of the fórum and msi´s back.
Anyway, no need for fights. Thanks for the information you gave me regarding the variants of the cards. I will strongly advice my friends to not buy msi and i will try to find some way to send the card back.
You came with "screw you" comments to my subsection where i support MY software. Came without even researching that you card is not supposed to have voltage control. And call my reply rude? Heh. Bye, please stay away from this section and software in future.
I said "screy you" to msi, not you, and i´d say it again. I bought so many tech stuff over so much years and never before i got one that claims in the box something that it can´t achieve. Sure there´s always some hardware that fails, but they don´t advertise their failure on the box. That´s the point. You´re right in something though, i have to do more research before i buy something from certain companies.
I didn´t know it was your software. And i don´t care. I will stay away from this section alright, not for good reasons.
Yes, you are rude.
I´m afraid i can´t stay away from software because i´m a software engineer.
Once again, genius, there is msi.com forum where you can express your feelings about MSI graphics cards, ask to refund, claim that it doesn't support Crossfire, post anything you like about the comany and so on. This section is dedicated to Afterburner software ONLY, your negative posts are 100% offtopic here and once again, this place is not even being visited by MSI on regular basis. If you don't get it, it is your personal problem. It is rude to come to someone's home with insults and your own rules. It is twice rude to keep doing so when you're being asked to do it outside this place.
This conversation from me is over. Have a nice day.