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Can we get something in the OP about which version of NvFlash is working for the 670 and 680 cards? Last thing I want to do is brick my card using the wrong version of Nvflash...
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^^
Good idea, but don't worry.

The wrong version just won't see the card and thus won't allow you to flash.
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Utility: http://www.mediafire.com/?76z6cfr5d2y7h77
Bios: http://ultrashare.net/hosting/fl/48337db137/EVGA_GTX670_SC_4G_VMOD
What was the problem you where having downloading them?

Ok, I installed that Zotac utility and when I try to flash the BIOS you provided, the cmd window just says Nvidia flashing bla bla bla but nothing happens. How do I properly flash my EVGA GTX680 FTW 4GB card? Can anyone help? There are so many tutorials and guides with different links and files, it's so confusing!
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Ok, I installed that Zotac utility and when I try to flash the BIOS you provided, the cmd window just says Nvidia flashing bla bla bla but nothing happens. How do I properly flash my EVGA GTX680 FTW 4GB card? Can anyone help? There are so many tutorials and guides with different links and files, it's so confusing!
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Run and install it, once its installed open it and click 'bios' then save bios, select the file type as 'rom file' and name it whatever you want and save it on your desktop or some where safe that way you have a back up. Then click Flash bios, ok and then select the bios, a CMD windows will come up let it run and finish, once that is done, restart and see how much further you can overclock thumb.gif
Good luck, tell me how it goes and if you have any other question feel free to ask. smile.gif
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You cannot flash in Windows.
This. Unless you are using Zotac Firestorm or some program like it. If you are using Nvflash you need to boot into DOS and do the commands manually.
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I usually just flash in a CMD window on Win7 x64 -- It works fine for me! thumb.gif

I place all of my bios files in the nvflash folder on the C:\ drive -- see pic:

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I have this modded Bios REF670_VMOD_BP-200-225_FAN-20-100(works great, thank you for the good job) on my GTX670 Gainward reference GPU@stock 1006/1202, and now i get another card that is a non reference-Inno3D GTX670 herculez 3000@1020MHz base, 1098MHz Boost and 1553MHz memory(PCB identical to WF3) as the second card, the primary card is watercooled and the secondary is factory non-reference ichill aircooling and the there's only 5-6 °C diference so there's no need to watercool the secondary, since they have different baseclock and boost i'm planning to flash this Bios REF670_VMOD_BP-200-225_FAN-20-100 to the secondary card to have identical clock and boost in SLI, the question is: is it possible to flash the REFERENCE MODDED BIOS TO A NON-REFERENCE PCB? Thanks in advance.
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General and Jason,

I was able to flash the modified BIOS to my 680 FTW 4GB card and now I am business! I also was able to determine what my KB is and it's 130.

Anyway, I followed the OC guide and ended up with the maximum stable INDIVIDUAL values @ 1.212v :

Power - 150%
GPU Core - 1320 mhz (45+ offset)
Memory - 6880 mhz (350+ offset)

I then tried to use the above settings together but Heaven was crashing on me. I had to leave for work so tomorrow I guess I will begin to play with these settings and find a happy medium.

I think the above is great considering it's a 4GB card.

Should I aim to try and keep my GPU core at 1320 and reduce only memory until stable or viceversa, reduce GPU core and keep memory at 6880 or reduce both at once?

BTW, never did my temps go above 42C!!!! But this is with a push/pull config on my H80 and FULL SPEEDS. Sounds like a leaf blower! hahahaha Once I find my stable combined speeds, then I will lower the fans and hopefully be able to quiet them down considerably and keep temps in the low 60s under full load.
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I have this modded Bios REF670_VMOD_BP-200-225_FAN-20-100(works great, thank you for the good job) on my GTX670 Gainward reference GPU@stock 1006/1202, and now i get another card that is a non reference-Inno3D GTX670 herculez 3000@1020MHz base, 1098MHz Boost and 1553MHz memory(PCB identical to WF3) as the second card, the primary card is watercooled and the secondary is factory non-reference ichill aircooling and the there's only 5-6 °C diference so there's no need to watercool the secondary, since they have different baseclock and boost i'm planning to flash this Bios REF670_VMOD_BP-200-225_FAN-20-100 to the secondary card to have identical clock and boost in SLI, the question is: is it possible to flash the REFERENCE MODDED BIOS TO A NON-REFERENCE PCB? Thanks in advance.
It is possible, but I would not risk it. I would just use the FTW bios as I believe your card uses a 680 pcb yes? If it is a custom PCB, problems may arise.
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General and Jason,
I was able to flash the modified BIOS to my 680 FTW 4GB card and now I am business! I also was able to determine what my KB is and it's 130.
Anyway, I followed the OC guide and ended up with the maximum stable INDIVIDUAL values @ 1.212v :
Power - 150%
GPU Core - 1320 mhz (45+ offset)
Memory - 6880 mhz (350+ offset)
I then tried to use the above settings together but Heaven was crashing on me. I had to leave for work so tomorrow I guess I will begin to play with these settings and find a happy medium.
I think the above is great considering it's a 4GB card.
Should I aim to try and keep my GPU core at 1320 and reduce only memory until stable or viceversa, reduce GPU core and keep memory at 6880 or reduce both at once?
BTW, never did my temps go above 42C!!!! But this is with a push/pull config on my H80 and FULL SPEEDS. Sounds like a leaf blower! hahahaha Once I find my stable combined speeds, then I will lower the fans and hopefully be able to quiet them down considerably and keep temps in the low 60s under full load.
Glad to hear of such good results! I would try to keep your memory as high as possible and bring down the core to 1280-1300.
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Glad to hear of such good results! I would try to keep your memory as high as possible and bring down the core to 1280-1300.

Gotcha! I did notice that though. My Heaven scores were much higher and better when OC the memory vs the gpu core. I will just keep the memory at 6880 and start reducing gpu core until stable and see where I end up. Is mem at 6880 good for a 4GB card? I've read that it's very hard to reach 7000 on 4GB cards.
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