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Profiles Sharing!! MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Overclocking by Afterburner!!


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Hey Mate…I found out MSI Afterburner is a great tool … and I think this info got pretty obvious recently due to the mining, so here is my review.


I am using my GTX 960 to play Destiny 2, it was a tragedy and the fps sucks and soooo LAG….so just ‘borrow’ my wife’s credit card to buy the latest 1070 Ti (hope she will forgive me…). Just finished the profiles and want to share to you guys who interested on this topic! It’s pretty easy though, just follow and enjoy it. :celebration:


1. Of course you need to have Software first…

Download link: https://www.msi.com/page/afterburner


2. Make sure to check your card is working properly

- Go to your pc -> “Properties†-> “Device Manager†-> “Display adapters†-> “Propertiesâ€

- You are good if it shows “This device is working properlyâ€


3. Check click the “Unlock voltage control†and “Unlock voltage monitoringâ€



4. Click on the “Afterburner†folder in C Drive and Select the “Profiles†folder

- usually the default path is C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI Afterburner\Profiles


5. You only need the file with your system name on it



6. Open the attached Zip. file (my profile is really kickass, but I’m open for other challengers… :) )


7. You will find below info



8. Do the steps below:



9. Reboot your Afterburner and enjoy your OC 1070 Ti :nana:


Profiles information:

- Profile 1: increased 78 MHz core clock

- Profile 3: raised voltage to 100%

- Profile 4: increased 100 MHz memory clock

- Profile 5: revised the fan control properties


:battle: :battle: :battle:

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