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Question RE: MSI Afterburner

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New Member
Jan 30, 2013

I wasn't sure which subforum to post this under...I am looking for a little help with MSI Afterburner, v. 4.2.0

I am running into a hard limit in the software and all of the advised methods for removing it are not working. I have changed the binary switch in the ini file and I have also added the EULA line to the ini, but my core and memory still have the limitation.

Can anyone please recommend any way around this or maybe I need to use a different version? I am running on a MacBook Pro which I have overclocked with much success, temps are basically the same, but I have read of other people being able to clock a little higher and I would like to. My video card is a 9600M GT (clocked to around an 9700M GT) using the latest Nvidia drivers.

Thank you


Gulper Nozzle Co-Owner
Dec 15, 2008
Perhaps get the latest version, 4.3.0 beta 4 and see if that works unlocking the clocks.

If that doesn't do it and you are sure you are following the instructions, try a different piece of software like EVGA Precision or NVIDIA Inspector.