Problem voltage OCing in Afterburner

Ive noticed when looking a screenshots that most peoples MSI Afterburner looks like this with a full number displayed for the voltage.

For me it looks like this with a +0 - +100.
How can I get it to display the voltage like others do.
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  1. Try rolling back.
  2. Its been like this every version I have had, and I've used the program for over a year. So I don't think that will help.
  3. Hm. I don't know. Mine says the whole number. (1062) I don't know why yours is like that. Try checking the settings in MSI AB. Also, it shouldn't effect any OCing.
  4. Well since Afterburner doesn't display current voltage I looked in GPU-Z at the VDDC (if thats even the right thing to look at) and there was no change. D:
  5. Was the card being stressed? It won't apply all of it's voltage until it is being stressed.
  6. If Kombuster is regarded as stressing the card, no it's not changing from 1.025V.
  7. That is really strange. Have you checked all the setting in AB? There may be something hindering it.
  8. Here's a picture of some relevant settings, not sure if it will help.
  9. Everything looks right. Try installing again? I am stumped. Sorry I couldn't help. I just haven't ever seen that. :(
  10. D: No problem, maybe it has something to do with my GPU. Do you use the extra voltage monitoring wires that comes with it? Perhaps it is that.
  11. Nevermind, just asked a mate, his is fine too. No idea what is wrong T.T
  12. Sorry bud. I hope you can get it to work. I also have a GTX 460 1gb, so I don't know why. I have used a radeon card too, and it didn't look like that either.
  13. Kay a fix was found on Guru3D forums, so I'll post it here in case anyone has the same problem.
    By anDrasch
    You have to edit your specific VEN_1XXXXXXXXXX .cfg file in C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI Afterburner\Profiles directory
    VDDC_Generic_Detection = 1
    VDDC_uP6262_Detection = 0
    then your HAWK shows the voltage like mine.
  14. the way it shows voltage varies from card to card
    if there is any setting or tweak to change it then i dont know
  15. try ati tray tool
    it looks like your voltage is looked
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