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It's in the first post .. this is using the older firmware instead of the new, I'm still hoping someone will also create a similar one with the new firmware version (even increase power levels).

GTX670 - 4GB
EVGA GTX 670 Superclocked+ 4GB
Version: 80.04.19.00.70
Board Power: untouched
EVGA_GTX670_SC_4G_VMOD.zip

If you want the new (stock) one then just grab it from EVGA.

http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1703680
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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

It's in the first post .. this is using the older firmware instead of the new, I'm still hoping someone will also create a similar one with the new firmware version (even increase power levels).
GTX670 - 4GB
EVGA GTX 670 Superclocked+ 4GB
Version: 80.04.19.00.70
Board Power: untouched
EVGA_GTX670_SC_4G_VMOD.zip
If you want the new (stock) one then just grab it from EVGA.
http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1703680
Thanks very much!

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post #1613 of 7931
Can you also add Gtx 680 Lightning bios aswell ?
post #1614 of 7931
can i use any modded bios on my msi gtx 670 pe oc?

thank you!
post #1615 of 7931
There's a 670 FTW 4GB BIOS mod that I couldn't find listed here. It has a fairly high core clock (2nd post linked below) with the increased power limits that the 4GB SC+ is missing.

http://www.mvktech.net/component/option,com_joomlaboard/Itemid,34/func,view/id,63391/catid,10/limit,10/limitstart,800/
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Having difficulty unlocking my voltage. I have a Palit Jetstream GTX 680 2gb.

I have tried flashing the modified jetstream bios listed in comment 1 through firestorm and nvflash windows, both of which completed successfully, however there was no change to either my base clock or the voltage. Thought the link might have been wrong so I went and downloaded the NV_GTX680_01_test_6.rom from mvktech and successfully flashed that. Again no change.

Any ideas?

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post #1617 of 7931
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Originally Posted by jarraddd View Post

Having difficulty unlocking my voltage. I have a Palit Jetstream GTX 680 2gb.
I have tried flashing the modified jetstream bios listed in comment 1 through firestorm and nvflash windows, both of which completed successfully, however there was no change to either my base clock or the voltage.
What are you using to see if the voltage has changed?

I'm pretty sure the Palit GTX680 Jetstream 2GB firmware linked in the OP is the firmware I uploaded for others - and it definitely changes the max voltage to 1.2125v (up from 1.175v). This is easily seen in GPU-Z as well as the higher temps that are recorded in any hardware monitoring program that will monitor your GPU temps.

Whether the increased max voltage actually helps while still using the stock air cooler is the real question though wink.gif
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I have a reference msi gtx 680 2gb. Which bios would I use to flash my card? I want to unlock the voltage.
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post #1619 of 7931
If its truly reference, I think it's safe to use any reference bios. Not sure though. I flashed my Evga 680 Sc to stock with the reference bios and I've had no problems.
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Originally Posted by un-nefer View Post

What are you using to see if the voltage has changed?
I'm pretty sure the Palit GTX680 Jetstream 2GB firmware linked in the OP is the firmware I uploaded for others - and it definitely changes the max voltage to 1.2125v (up from 1.175v). This is easily seen in GPU-Z as well as the higher temps that are recorded in any hardware monitoring program that will monitor your GPU temps.
Whether the increased max voltage actually helps while still using the stock air cooler is the real question though wink.gif

Turns out i'm an idiot. It's working great now. Thanks for uploading the firmware. 1.215ghz was previously unstable, now running at 1.24ghz rock solid.
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