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MSI After Burner Voltage Control for HD4770 and HD5770

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by SonDa5, Oct 19, 2009.

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    Spent a little over 20 minutes with this tool today and this is what I was able to do.



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    Seems like the voltage adjustment need to go up.

    On Asus Smart Dr. the voltage control went up to 1.3v.

    With more voltage I could Xfire HD4770s to both clock stabe for gaming in around 925/1075.

    I like how the Afterbuner feels. Very precise controls. Nice user interface and tons of information available. My only concern is that the voltage is a little low. The Memory could be a little higher as well.
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    I thought there was a volt mod floating around for those cards? 4k series that is!
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    There is but it's not as easy as using MSI Afterburner.

    The other way is by flashing certain HD4770s to BIOS Asus Top HD4770.

    It's not that hard to do but much more complicated then using this.

    I have done both and together they bring more to the plate for the HD4770.
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    That what I was thinking, using both volt mod and the after burner to get a little more juice.

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