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5830 RBE Voltage Tweaking Help

Discussion in 'RBE' started by Contagion, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. Contagion New Member

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    So many issues...
    Ok, the 5830 right now isn't supported/doesn't support software voltage control.
    I figured I would give adjusting the BIOS a try and I have run into some speed bumps.
    I CAN up the voltage in the BIOS with success. Stock volts is 1.25v and I can change it to 1.25v. I know it works because of the higher temps I get from that.
    However, even just changing the voltage causes some issues with the clocks. After the BIOS voltage bump I can no longer adjust the clock speeds.

    So, I thought I would try to manually adjust the clock speeds in RBE.
    Even when setting the clocks to above stock (825/1050) it still runs at stock.
    For instance, if I set the clocks in the BIOS to 1000/1180, when I boot up it still runs stock clocks. MSI Afterburner will say that 1000/1180 are the applied/stock speeds but, the current clock/memory speeds don't go over stock while running like FurMark.
  2. Meaker New Member

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    This is what used to happen on the 4770s. RBE does not seem to support the 5830 properly yet. :eek:
  3. BAGZZlash

    BAGZZlash RBE Author

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    Do you have overdrive enabled?
  4. Meaker New Member

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    We going to go through this like we did with the 4770?

    It makes no difference.
  5. damric

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    You could try the latest version of Afterburner. It now supports the latest 5830's with software overvolting. The question is which 5830 models work with software overvolting.

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