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How come I can OC in CCC without voltage control and it is stable?

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by Phusius, Feb 21, 2013.

  1. Phusius

    Phusius New Member

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    I use Msi Afterburner to OC to 1200/1500 @ 1206 voltage 20% slider, 100% stable

    i click reset. gpu goes back to default everything, go into CCC and set it at 1200/1500 20% slider no voltage tweak since thats not an option through CCC and its also stable 100%...

    so confused...:confused:
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    MSI slider is not actually voltage? anything by % should just be power limit.
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    If I recall, the voltage on my XFX HD 7950 (leaked Boost BIOS) never actually changed until I selected "Force constant voltage" in Afterburner. That's the only way I could get over 1050MHz on the core. Are you sure your voltage was actually increasing in GPU-Z when changed in Afterburner?
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    Phusius New Member

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    I unlocked voltage control afterburner options, but I did not select force constant voltage. I do move the voltage from 1125 to 1206 though. and slider at 20%

    Hmm maybe the voltage never did change. I shouldn't be stable at 1200 core tho on a 7950 without voltage increase though? Hmm I dunno
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    AB is obviously not resetting the voltage, check monitoring while under load.

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