http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=4697356&postcount=143 Unwinder says you can put this "/wi6,30,8d,10" into the target of an MSI AB shortcut and get 100mV added onto your core, so i tried it out and it turns out it works. Did some thinking and talking with tsm106 and we realized that you can use this to change voltage at will. To set +100mV offset: MSIAfterburner.exe /wi6,30,8d,10 To restore original voltage: MSIAfterburner.exe /wi6,30,8d,0 10 = 100mV and 0 = 0mV (Back to stock). You can also add more voltage. Like i did, instead of 10 put 20 you'll get 200mV. Be careful though, AFAIK there's no real limit. 1. Find your MSI AB directory. 2. Make a shortcut of the MSI AB.exe onto your desktop. 3. Right click, properties and paste this at the end of target "/wi6,30,8d,10" Behind MSI AB.exe. This will give you 100mV hence the number 10. (Change the last 2 digits) 4. Run the shortcut after running the shortcut with edited target and you should have an extra 100mV. (This will not launch MSI AB, you'll have to launch MSI AB from the original .exe or shortcut) To go back to stock just put 00 there instead of 10-15-20-25 etc etc. And keep this in mind guys. Do NOT come whining at me if you fry your shyt. I have done this personally and ive got no issues YET. And i dont think i will. And increase the last 2 numbers in small increments just to be safe. /wi6,30,8d,10 = 100mV /wi6,30,8d,20 = 200mV <--- Wouldnt go past this tbh. /wi6,30,8d,30 = 300mV /wi6,30,8d,40 = 400mV /wi6,30,8d,50 = 500mV BTW, no need to flash to an ASUS bios . Use your stock uber bios.