Well we just saw that the voltages can get transposed if you leave "set on boot" enabled which can cause issues if you have custom UV set and franco alters the steps of the voltage table.
I usually wipe just to see what's changed with the defaults. But it's definitely the safer way to go as well. [COLOR="Silver"]
r342 is amazing. The couple games I was seeing lag in don't have it anymore.
Also my voltages (which were the same all along since like r2xx) now seem stable again where they haven't in the last few builds.
1804mhz: 1425 mV
1728mhz: 1375 mV
1612mhz: 1325 mV
1536mhz: 1275 mV
1420mhz: 1225 mV
1305mhz: 1175 mV
1228mhz: 1125 mV
1036mhz: 1050 mV
729mhz: 925 mV
537mhz: 825 mV
384mhz: 775 mV
192mhz: 725 mV
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