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hi, im OC'ing my inno3d gtx480, the max volt i can use in msi afterburner is 1.138 and the most i can get out of it is 905 on core, and 2300 on memory using the AXP2, now since that at this clock speed im still geting 65C while in bf3 and about 75C in a stress test, i want to push it even further, and for that i need more voltage. is there any way?
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possibly with a bios editor? or editing the afterburner config?
 
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Yes I'm thinking a BIOS flash would be in order. What sort of cooling are you running to get those temperatures?
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You can voltmod or flash the BIOS; neither of which I know how to do .
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hi, im OC'ing my inno3d gtx480, the max volt i can use in msi afterburner is 1.138 and the most i can get out of it is 905 on core, and 2300 on memory using the AXP2, now since that at this clock speed im still geting 65C while in bf3 and about 75C in a stress test, i want to push it even further, and for that i need more voltage. is there any way?
There is a way. The max is 1.15 however earlier ver of AB used the max@ 1.15.
Nvidia and unwinder ;owered it to 1.138. Look up nvidia inspector.
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They are still great clocks. At 1.138 I still cant hit 900, sitting at a stable 2000 memory.
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Yes I'm thinking a BIOS flash would be in order. What sort of cooling are you running to get those temperatures?
accellro xtreme plus II, one of my best buys recently. keeps the card really really cold, and completly silent. it also comes with heatsinks for the vRAM, lets me hit 2300 on the memory.
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Ah say no more, I love that cooler. Hopefully somebody will come around that is knowledgeable about BIOS flashing to give you some instructions in that regard. I really don't know enough about it to feel comfortable advising you on that subject.
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Use the latest gpu-z to save your current BIOS to disk, then open it with nibitor (bios editor), select 'fermi voltage' from the tools menu & set to 1.213V (usually the max available) & save as a .rom file.
I use nvflash for windows (only used 32 bit windows myself, not sure about 64 bit), & put the files with the .rom file at the root of a flash drive.
Use command prompt, go to the flash drive & type: nvflash.exe -r (removes protection)
then type: nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 newbios.rom
after completion reboot the machine & you should have a higher voltage limit.
    
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Use the latest gpu-z to save your current BIOS to disk, then open it with nibitor (bios editor), select 'fermi voltage' from the tools menu & set to 1.213V (usually the max available) & save as a .rom file.
I use nvflash for windows (only used 32 bit windows myself, not sure about 64 bit), & put the files with the .rom file at the root of a flash drive.
Use command prompt, go to the flash drive & type: nvflash.exe -r (removes protection)
then type: nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 newbios.rom
after completion reboot the machine & you should have a higher voltage limit.
ok, and what voltage will u consider safe for an air cooler?
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