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The old LN2 unlocked bios have UEFI GOP support?
I'm using a sli lightning with uefi gop but i have locked voltages.
post #5232 of 7827
This is what i get






When i flash to another bios, i dont get info at GPU-Z at all..
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Originally Posted by JulioCesarSF View Post

The old LN2 unlocked bios have UEFI GOP support?
I'm using a sli lightning with uefi gop but i have locked voltages.

I haven't seen anyone post a modded version of the unlocked 3A to support it. Maybe on another forum though.
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I haven't seen anyone post a modded version of the unlocked 3A to support it. Maybe on another forum though.

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But the bios linked in the first page support sli? I flashed my cards, now only one shows in nvidia control panel.mad.gif
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But the bios linked in the first page support sli? I flashed my cards, now only one shows in nvidia control panel.mad.gif

That's not good. Yeah I've been using SLI with the 3A BIOS on both of them for a while now. Nothing else changed since when they were both last working except the BIOS flash? You might have to reinstall the drivers after the new BIOS is done being flashed.
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That's not good. Yeah I've been using SLI with the 3A BIOS on both of them for a while now. Nothing else changed since when they were both last working except the BIOS flash? You might have to reinstall the drivers after the new BIOS is done being flashed.

I think i have 1 card in <5000 and other >5000.

I put back my old bios in the second card and it's working again. I gonna try the bios for >5000 cards now.

One work with 80.04.09.00.F8, and other with 80.04.28.00.3A.

And both work with a bios with UEFI GOP.

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Edited by JulioCesarSF - 1/25/13 at 9:35am
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Hi!

I'm new at overclocking, and in this forum, so i need a few tips thumb.gif
Here is my stable overclock so far.



Like you see, i have reach a good memory clock, without any artifacts, but, i can't put the clock over 95~100 without a crash, my temp's are ok.

I dont want to go any further than this anyway, 1295 is a hell of a core clock for me redface.gif

But my question is, this is a safe 24/7 overclock? should i put lower voltages and decrease the offsets of core and memory? or leave as it is.

PS: Sorry for the english...
post #5239 of 7827
Afterburner 2.3.1 have unlock power limite, don't need 2.2.3 more.
Power limit 300%.

Can someone confirm?
post #5240 of 7827
If my experience with clocking other cards is correct, then you should lower the core voltage until it's at its lowest stable point.
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