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Is it better to cjange the settings in afterburner if i have a founders edition card?

Roudy sahmarani
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I have a gtx 1070 founders edition the nvidia official one if i want to use afterburner is it better to change the settings in afterburner from standard msi to reference designe if my card is a founders edition?

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Could you rephrase your question?

 

Do you want to know if it's safe to overclock a FE card under MSI afterburner? The answer to that is yes, just closely monitor the temps. 

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No this is not my question i mean in afterburner settings there is a settings that at default is set to msi standard but my card is a founders edition so is it better to change this settings from standard msi to reference designe?

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1 hour ago, Roudy sahmarani said:

No this is not my question i mean in afterburner settings there is a settings that at default is set to msi standard but my card is a founders edition so is it better to change this settings from standard msi to reference designe?

Afterburner is not set to be for MSI cards. It's just well known and probably oldest skin for RivaTuner tools. Evga Precision and Asus GPU Tweak are other skins for same tool. Only if you want to use all features of certain brand xard, like RGB control or fine tuning fans, then using customized version is better option.

 

I've used Afterburner with EVGA, Asus and now NVidias reference cards.

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2 hours ago, Roudy sahmarani said:

No this is not my question i mean in afterburner settings there is a settings that at default is set to msi standard but my card is a founders edition so is it better to change this settings from standard msi to reference designe?

If you use MSI afterburner and set to ''Default'' it will load the default settings for YOUR specific card which are entered in the BIOS of your founders edition card.

i THINK this was your question right?

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no this is what i mean

 

there is a settings set to standard msi and another for other brand and one with reference design this is what i mean should i change it to reference design if my card is a founders edition card?

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Don’t see how there could be a real difference either way. Try it or use another program that doesn’t care. 

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