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Remember to hit rescan twice and chose the second gtx 570 =)
1. Save your gpu bios as a ROM.
2. Open the latest version of NiBiTor(6.04)
3. Open the rom file, when it gives you the error, click abort.
4. Go to advance info tab
5. Go the device dropdown, select the SECOND, I REPEAT, SECOND gtx 570.
5. Hit rescan EXACTLY 2 times.
6. Go to tool> fermi voltage > set limit to 1.213
7. Hit apply
8. Go to device dropdown and select device id 1087
9. Save the bios and flash it with NVflash. Ill link it as an attachment. Just drag the new bios onto the exe.
10. Reboot

You are the man. +Rep. I will mess with this this week.

So, basically, all I am doing is copying my bios into this program and raising the voltage allowance, then rewriting it over my existing bios?
Edited by selluminis - 3/20/12 at 9:15pm
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it is the FTW edition. Is it a good score?

That is really good. BTW the FWT cards are actually on the 560 ti PCB, I believe. The classies are on the 480 PCB, ultras are on the 580PCB.
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You are the man. +Rep. I will mess with this this week.
So, basically, all I am doing is copying my bios into this program and raising the voltage allowance, then rewriting it over my existing bios?

You are saving your bios, editing it, and reflashing your card.
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You are the man. +Rep. I will mess with this this week.
So, basically, all I am doing is copying my bios into this program and raising the voltage allowance, then rewriting it over my existing bios?
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Originally Posted by wardoc22 View Post

You are saving your bios, editing it, and reflashing your card.

Got it.
post #1665 of 2759
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Update
I just ran an hour and a half of battlefield 3 @ 950mhz core, with 1.125volts. Preeeeettttyy happy. Max temps on my classy was 75c. Should I keep going to try to reach 1ghz?

thumb.gif I must have skipped school on this Day. How did You accomplish this?
 
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thumb.gif I must have skipped school on this Day. How did You accomplish this?

Read above posts....
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Stock Voltage. What can I do to get it to 900 or even 850mhz
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810/1620/1990
Stock Voltage. What can I do to get it to 900 or even 850mhz

Raise your voltage.
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Hi.

I just joined up to add my rig to the mix.

ASRock Extreme7 Gen3 Motherboard
Core i7 2700k
16GB DDR3 2133 Sniper Series by GSkill
GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Core Classified Ultra x 2
750W Antec TruePower PSU
2 x OCZ Agility 3 60GB SSDs
5TB Mechanical HDDs
Corsair Graphite 600T Special Edition

3DMark 11 Basic Score: 10567


I'm running stock clocks, but I did want to squeeze more performance (and by more performance I mean better benchmarks) out of it. What do you guys suggest? Remember, noob here. I'm going to read some of these 167 pages to see what I can find.

Pics for teh curious:

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Raise your voltage.

why?
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