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Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S View Post

Is there a chance anyone has the Asus DCII bios but only unlocked upto 1.2V? If my thinking is correct, I cannot regulate the voltage to it under 1.212V because it'll just boost to the max allowed voltage when unlocked. So I figured I'd start off small with 1.2V max instead of the 1.212V....Maybe a little "safer" volts

I haven't seen anyone do that yet. Maybe once the updated Nibitor is released you can try. But 1.212v is barely a voltage bump and is pretty damn safe. You have to give it 1.212v and a decent power target increase to get any real results from this anyway; increasing fan speed helps too. I'd give it more voltage if I could as temps in Crysis2 only get to 47°C and only get to 55°C in Heaven with (modded) fans on high.

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Hello people
I have an Gigabyte 670 GTX OC WF3
i have ( after oc ) boost @ 1250 Mhz stable
but i trie to flash my card with the F12 Modded that i found Her
but im in F12 @ Stock card, how to flash with your F12 Modded ?!
return to F10 or F11 ? i no have this bios
thak you
( sorry for my very bad english )

Have you tried to force the flash using the flags? -4 -5 -6
post #2022 of 7931
i have tried


but , " No display Adpater Found " ??

nvflash -r -4 -5 -6 ......ROM
Edited by heizen - 11/9/12 at 8:28am
post #2023 of 7931
im on 7 x64 ; nvflash not work with it ?
post #2024 of 7931
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i have tried
but , " No display Adpater Found " ??
nvflash -r -4 -5 -6 ......ROM


How many cards do you have? You have to flash each card seperate (not at the same time)

Also you HAVE TO REBOOT PC after a flash.

Hope it helps...


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I haven't seen anyone do that yet. Maybe once the updated Nibitor is released you can try. But 1.212v is barely a voltage bump and is pretty damn safe. You have to give it 1.212v and a decent power target increase to get any real results from this anyway; increasing fan speed helps too. I'd give it more voltage if I could as temps in Crysis2 only get to 47°C and only get to 55°C in Heaven with (modded) fans on high.
Have you tried to force the flash using the flags? -4 -5 -6

I'll have the card under water. Preliminary tests of my water cooling on the faulty 670 that I have maxes the card out at 35C so I figured moar volts would only require to make sure there is adequate cooling for the VRM's and memory chips, core temp shouldn't go over 40C....

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i have tried
but , " No display Adpater Found " ??
nvflash -r -4 -5 -6 ......ROM

When u do the Nvflash -index= or whatever it is. You need to make sure you have the correct device ID. More than likely the device ID is either 0 or 1.
So you need to make sure you do the nvflash --list then whatever the device ID is, 0 1 or 2, make sure you start the flash with nvflash --index=0 or 1 depending on the device ID then the other commands.
post #2026 of 7931
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im on 7 x64 ; nvflash not work with it ?

I used the DOS version of NVFlash. I still don't trust flashing from w/n Windows.
post #2027 of 7931
I have nvflash 5.95 its the only version is starting on my computer ( W7 x64) but after the command "nvflash GB670F12.ROM " its appear " No display adapter " mad.gif
post #2028 of 7931
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Originally Posted by jason4207 View Post

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It can. Depends on your setup, though. If you're trying to run the fan super slow it may make things worse.
Higher voltage along with the higher power target that the BIOS provides coupled w/ decent cooling can provide very noticeable gains in speed and stability.
My card was not stable at stock settings, but after the modifications it is rock-solid stable at +65MHz on the core and +1236 (effective) on the mem.

Okay thank you.
post #2029 of 7931
ok i have succefully flashed !!!


i have wrong version of Nvflash


thank you all !!!

now evga precisionX up to 125%
Edited by heizen - 11/9/12 at 10:30am
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You cannot flash in Windows.

Also just want to let anyone who is doing this aware that flashing a BIOS usually VOID's warranty.
Edited by EVGA-JacobF - 11/12/12 at 5:27pm
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