Voltage Tuning 5000 Series ATI GPUs Tags: Graphics Cards GPUs Tuning ATI Overclocking Last response: November 22, 2009 12:56 AM in Overclocking Share nonxcarbonx November 18, 2009 4:37:09 AM Can you, and if so, does anyone have any results? More about : voltage tuning 5000 series ati gpus wnysupport November 20, 2009 10:36:39 AM If it's the stock version of the 5800 series, then yes you can. The easiest way is if you have a MSI brand - so you don't have to flash the card, but it can be done with others. Quickly google search for overclock 5850...I believe the safest voltage (at least on the 5850) is 1.25. I have ran mine at 1.15 with 875/1175 - and running just a quick furmark to check for artifacts I noticed my FPS went up about 20-25 fps Xelios November 22, 2009 12:56:41 AM Not sure of the 5800s, but I know for the 5700s, XFX, MSI, and ASUS all can do it. Using MSI's Afterburner, it's range is 1.125 to 1.35. On my XFX 5770 though, I've got it at 1.2v @ 1GHz/1.4GHz. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedATI 5000 GPUs with Nforce 680i Forum is the ati hd 5000 series good for a laptop? Forum SolvedAti 6000 vs. 5000 series - 6000 weaker?? Forum SolvedATI 5000 series price after the 470 and 480 release Forum SolvedDell i5 + 5000 ATI series Forum SolvedBest ATI Radeon HD 4000 and 5000 series Graphics Card? Forum Solved[Simple Question] ATI 5000 Series Forum Ati mobility hd 5000 series Forum ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5000 Series (Engineering Sample - WDDM v1.20) Forum Ati 5000 series vs 6000 series Forum ATI Radeon HD 5000 series crash - Detailed problem description - Forum Is the ati 5000 series better than the 6000 series Forum Ati 5000 series for gaming Forum What 5000 series ATI card is the best??? Forum ATI 4000 series vs ATI 5000 series Forum ATI 5000 series crippled by ATI Forum ATI 5000 series driver errors Forum Buy laptop with ati 5000 series gfx card at 800to 900 Forum Ati Radeon 5000 series compability Forum New Ati Radeon 5000 series compability Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !