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Here is my take on the RSOD. say you push a card to the max on a 1.175 bios it's not truly the max of the card just the max of the clocks with that voltage so it will give you game crashes w/ display driver has reset messages in windows (USUALLY 99% of the time in my experience atleast) But when you push the extra electricity through it and the card truly is at its max it just locks the whole card/system up and thats why you get RSOD crashes.
I don't however know if RSOD lockups cause permanent damage but my thought so far after testing this card is NO or Not without letting it happen ALOT.

The only time I got RSOD was when I I set -100mV on the memory just to see if I could undervolt and have it run cooler. So I was pushing LESS power through the card.
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The only time I got RSOD was when I I set -100mV on the memory just to see if I could undervolt and have it run cooler. So I was pushing LESS power through the card.

Interesting, not sure what it means though. could be RSOD works both ways. Who knows....
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EVGA 670 reference vanilla here.
on stock BIOS the max I could achieve (stable) was +149/+564 (1246core/3571mem) @ 122% taget max, resulting in below ~9750 points in 3dmark11.
memory alone (0 core offset) I was able to push to +600 max without artifacting, when combining it togetehr with core offset I needed to compromise.
If the highest stable core clock you achived without the vmod were 1246, then 1300 will be most likely not stable. Try an offset of 68 or 78 and you will probably be able to push the mem clock to 3600.
If now your power target peaks at ~109% your card is consuming ~220W at this moment and that is pretty much for a reference card. The max with stock bios are 172W (122%) and if this barrier is reached or exceeded the clocks are getting throttled.
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I'm currently using a Gigabyte F12 Bios with my Gigabyte GTX 670 @ 1230 Boost/7200 Mem.

Would you guys say that this Bios is worth it?

I keep swaying back and forth since I plan on keeping this card till the next generation.

Is there any concern of card degradation with this bios or any reason not to use it? I get 23 Idle/50 Load on air.
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I'm currently using a Gigabyte F12 Bios with my Gigabyte GTX 670 @ 1230 Boost/7200 Mem.
Would you guys say that this Bios is worth it?
I keep swaying back and forth since I plan on keeping this card till the next generation.
Is there any concern of card degradation with this bios or any reason not to use it? I get 23 Idle/50 Load on air.
There is some risk of it, but it simply has not been out long enough to know. I personally would not worry about it until people are starting to have problems, which no one has been. But if you flash now but the time people have problems (if they ever do) you will have plenty of time to flash back and save your card. Your card should take the extra voltage well since it has a custom VRM design as well.
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5 Power Phases on my card I believe.

So - if I flash this Bios and I don't feel like using it I can just flash back to my saved bios - correct?

Should I use the Gigabyte Flash or Firestorm?
Edited by D2234 - 8/17/12 at 5:02pm
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5 Power Phases on my card I believe.
So - if I flash this Bios and I don't feel like using it I can just flash back to my saved bios - correct?
Should I use the Gigabyte Flash or Firestorm?
I assume they use the same method, as there is really no other then Nvflash so take your pick tongue.gif
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I assume they use the same method, as there is really no other then Nvflash so take your pick tongue.gif

So I shouldn't use the Flash function on Firestorm? NvFlash is the only way to do it I assume.

I can flash back doing everything the video says in the OP though correct?

I would replace the mod.rom with whatever Bios I am flashing to?
Edited by D2234 - 8/17/12 at 5:19pm
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So I shouldn't use the Flash function on Firestorm? NvFlash is the only way to do it I assume.
I can flash back doing everything the video says in the OP though correct?
I would replace the mod.rom with whatever Bios I am flashing to?
No, I use the flash function all the time in firestorm, its great! It uses NVflash is what I am saying tongue.gif
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No, I use the flash function all the time in firestorm, its great! It uses NVflash is what I am saying tongue.gif

Alright - so I would just reflash if I ever wanted to go back to my old bios?
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