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Overclocking the WF3 7950 rev 2.0

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well my sapphire 7950 died (most likely a cracked pcb from my accelero 7970) as a replacement (free of charge of course) i received a rev 2 gigabyte windforce 3 7950 so volts are locked at 1.25, the highest it seems to want to for gaming is 1150,1450 (1175 on the core gives the occasional artifact)this is after i flashed it with the FY1 bios,is there any other bios that is possibly superior to this one,perhaps one that will give me voltage control on the core and perhaps even memory? btw im also kinda disappointed with the lack of sensors on this card.
 
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Cooling Corsair H115i RGB Platinum
Memory Gskill Trident Z Neo 3600 2x16GB
Video Card(s) MSI RTX 3070 Trio X
Storage WD Blue SN550 1TB NVME/Supertalent Teranova 2x1TB
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Power Supply Corsair HX850i
Mouse Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
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No one?,i did manage to flash it with an HIS 7970 bios,hoping it would give me 1.6v for the memory but i dont think it did because going over 1450 still makes it unstable(dont really know because of the lack of sensors).
 
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