Question MSIAfterburner Voltage mode / unstable Frametime !

gm-madi

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- Ryzen 1600 3.8Ghz

- MSI GTX 1050 ti Gaming X ( 6pin power connector)

- Adata 8gb 3000Mhz CL16



i have been facing Stutters and Frametime unstability for months now, i have tested everything on the internet with no fix. but i just read about Someone fixed it with Reinstalling new Drivers with DDU + Reinstalling MSIafterburner and switching Voltage mode From standard to Reference. Thread Here

so am asking about these Voltage modes: - Standard, Extended MSI, Reference, Third Party
whats the difference and could it help stabilizing the Frametime ?
 
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probably drivers interfering with older versions.

Here is what to do:

Do the DDU process and when installing the new driver be sure to use "advanced options" and putting a cross in the section where it says "that it will remove all older profiles and set all settings to standard"

After doing this update msi afterburner
 

gm-madi

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i have reinstalled latest windows10 1809 clean yesterday, with all updated drivers, to tuning VNIDIA settings, Power Settings,
i h ave tested 4 windows version last 2 weeks so i went to the latest,, also 8 GPU drivers, everything you can find on the internet.

this Voltage mode is new for my researches, thats why am asking for some info
 
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