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post #2241 of 7931
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Originally Posted by jovanni View Post

So.....you achieved higher gpu clock lowering the voltage.....that's interesting! What is your card? I have 670 windfirce x3 GB and I will give it a try....

MSI 670GTX PE OC version

good luck -

see post above for more accurate info
post #2242 of 7931
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Originally Posted by CrazyNutz View Post

Hi Fellas! Glad to see your having success using KGB.
I just wanted clear up one misconception.
In the kgb.cfg file. The "#" is a comment. When this is in front of a value the value is ignored.
So this:
#
# Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1162500
Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1162000
# Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1150000
Is exactly the same as this:
#
# Voltage = 1212500
# Voltage = 1200000
# Voltage = 1187500
# Voltage = 1175000
Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1150000
The voltage is just one value. This one voltage value sets all the tables to the same voltage.
I put six different values in the kgb.cfg so you can choose the one you wan't to use.
There is no need to change all the values to the same, as it does nothing:
#
# Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1162500
Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1162000
# Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1150000

ahh thanks for the info - had tried changing a few values - guess i got lucky -

thanks for the update + rep added
post #2243 of 7931
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Originally Posted by CrazyNutz View Post

Hi Fellas! Glad to see your having success using KGB.
I just wanted clear up one misconception.
In the kgb.cfg file. The "#" is a comment. When this is in front of a value the value is ignored.
So this:
#
# Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1162500
Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1162000
# Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1150000
Is exactly the same as this:
#
# Voltage = 1212500
# Voltage = 1200000
# Voltage = 1187500
# Voltage = 1175000
Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1150000
The voltage is just one value. This one voltage value sets all the tables to the same voltage.
I put six different values in the kgb.cfg so you can choose the one you wan't to use.
There is no need to change all the values to the same, as it does nothing:
#
# Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1162500
Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1162000
# Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1150000

Honestly didn't understand that.

Anyway I have the GTX 680 TOP DC2 but @ stock this card is really strange. During full boost the card sits @ 1.45V I think or lower. The TDP is just increasing in price off reducing voltage. I can be wrong but I'm not sure.

Could you do this research for me though? I've uploaded my bios -> http://rapidshare.com/files/39009101...ETOPBACKUP.ROM

This video just explains everything how DC cards are working -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFdECF7hZIM

I don't really know if Asus is the only card which works like that.

I really want 1.21Vcore during the full boost, so just the fan settings at stock (20% min) and power at stock 160. Could you manually mod it for me please?
post #2244 of 7931
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Hi Fellas! Glad to see your having success using KGB.
I just wanted clear up one misconception.
In the kgb.cfg file. The "#" is a comment. When this is in front of a value the value is ignored.
So this:
#
# Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1162500
Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1162000
# Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1150000
Is exactly the same as this:
#
# Voltage = 1212500
# Voltage = 1200000
# Voltage = 1187500
# Voltage = 1175000
Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1150000
The voltage is just one value. This one voltage value sets all the tables to the same voltage.
I put six different values in the kgb.cfg so you can choose the one you wan't to use.
There is no need to change all the values to the same, as it does nothing:
#
# Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1162500
Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1162000
# Voltage = 1162500
# Voltage = 1150000
Thank you for the great program smile.gif
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My Card now boosts like Crazy!. Before i had my settings at +80 core clock... and it went up to 1267 Mhz Max boost clock @ 1.187v. Now i have to set it to +40 Mhz only, and it goes up to 1319 Mhz @ 1.212v Stable. Thanks to the cfg file, I was able to correct that issue the kgb tool had with the Gk 106 Msi 660 (non ti). Thanks for you hard work Crazynuts thumb.gif
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I have a Gigabyte GTX 670 WF2 OC card - the one with 2 fans and binned memory chips. manufacturer page
I didn´t find anything about that card on this topic. (which is weird, considering it is 2nd quietest card on the market after asus dcu2)

One custom BIOS is available on a german forum, but that only has fan range changed from 40-95% to 25-100%.

The problem with my card is that it´s overclcoking is severely reduced by Power Target. It is game stable at 1268Mhz at 1.175V, but doesn´t hold onto that because at those clocs it already hits 122% of TDP.
Memory would overclock about +750 on PrecisionX (3758Mhz on the graph), but if I overclock both core and memory, core clocs drop to about 1060Mhz, which just sucs.

Asic cuality is 78.8%, which propably means that my card needs a bit more voltage for higher clocs than a one with higher asic.

So basically I need a dramatic increase in Power Target to be able to maintain high clocks and still have memory clocked at the same time.
Small voltage incerease would also come in handy.
And on idle a lower-than-40% fan speed would be nice.

I tried to modify the BIOS myself, but KGB says "cannot open BIOS file". I also tried to unlock a reference EVGA BIOS but it just doesn´t work. And yes, I am using it like it should be used and rom files are in the same directory.

Here´s my BIOS file, if someone would be kind enough to try and unlock it for me.
http://ultrashare.net/hosting/fl/2aae8dddf4/GTX670WF2
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Here's your bios modded: GTX670WF2.zip 56k .zip file 150% power target, 1.21v and 30-100% fan.

I have the same 670 WF2 card. When the fan goes under 40%, speed reporting in MSI Afterburner starts to be erratic, meaning that rpm goes up and down constantly. I don't know if this is just incorrect reporting by Afterburner or that card simply doesn't support under 40% fan speed. Let me know if this happens with our card also, I can mod another bios that has stock fan speed.

Edit: here's another bios with just unlocked voltage and power target, default fan speed. WF2bios40%fan.zip 56k .zip file
Edited by Seid Dark - 12/6/12 at 3:50pm
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Uhm I just uploaded a tutorial for this KGB unlocking stuff and how to set the voltages up and to clear the explanation from Crazynutz which I didn't understand first but sometimes you get a intellishot you know

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3beMz5C1DXA&feature=youtu.be
post #2249 of 7931
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Uhm I just uploaded a tutorial for this KGB unlocking stuff and how to set the voltages up and to clear the explanation from Crazynutz which I didn't understand first but sometimes you get a intellishot you know
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3beMz5C1DXA&feature=youtu.be
Sorry Crazynuts, I forgot to put the credits for you there :<</div>
Did the 1.3v actually work lol?
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Here's your bios modded: GTX670WF2.zip 56k .zip file 150% power target, 1.21v and 30-100% fan.
I have the same 670 WF2 card. When the fan goes under 40%, speed reporting in MSI Afterburner starts to be erratic, meaning that rpm goes up and down constantly. I don't know if this is just incorrect reporting by Afterburner or that card simply doesn't support under 40% fan speed. Let me know if this happens with our card also, I can mod another bios that has stock fan speed.
Edit: here's another bios with just unlocked voltage and power target, default fan speed. WF2bios40%fan.zip 56k .zip file

Cool, thanks for fast response.
I used the zotac program on op and this was like a 2 min thing.
I use EVGA Precision X and I noticed that when I set fan to 30% rpm does indeed go up and sown, and also spins much faster. At 33% however, it works normally.
Core clocs weren´t going to idle, they stayed at 1254Mhz and temps are at 50C.

Reboot fixed it, might just have been zotacs program messing OC´s up, since it started itself up after first reboot.

E: I just noticed that the card doesn´t use all of the 150% power target.
Instead it starts to lower it´s core frequency at 142%. One spike was at 144%, end then it downclocked from 1280Mhz to 1228. Is my card drawing all the power that the PCI-E and 2 6-pin power connectors can give it? 170W TDP x1.4 = 238W, which is more than 225W that those connectors ashould give.
Edited by Dimppis - 12/6/12 at 6:19pm
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