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post #3131 of 7933
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Originally Posted by vampirek25 View Post

iRandomize pls can you mod re.zip bios from General123 with maxboost 1228.5mhz and 1240mhz in other file?!?

thanks for your time..

vamp

Here you go smile.gif
vampirek25.zip 111k .zip file

In the future, it is really simple to mod your own BIOS, i tend to use KGB, it is faster for you, and easier for me wink.gif

1)
To use KGB, you need to unpack the two KGB files (kgb.exe and kgb.cfg) to the same folder, as the BIOS you want to modify, in this case, i just unpacked to the desktop


2)
Shift+right clicking anywhere in the folder (in this case, on the desktop), will bring up the option to "Open command window here"


3)
Pressing it will bring up the command prompt, in this prompt you type in: "kgb X.rom", replacing X with the name of your rom (in this case, the rom was named X). This will show you the current settings of the BIOS. The settings of this bios was:
  • Fan speed ranging from 20% to 100%
  • Max power target of 150%
  • Max boost of 1202.0mhz
  • A voltage set to 1.2125v (this voltage is actually to high, it should never be set above 1.1875, see next step)


4)
Next step will be to configure KGB, to use the settings you would like for your BIOS, you do this by opening kgb.cfg in notepad (generally speaking, the default settings will fit most needs), the settings available are::
  • Fan_Min and Fan_Max sets the fan speed range, this is set to 20-100% as seen in the above picture. Generally i recommend 30-100%, unless you are sure 20% will sufficiently cool your GPU while idleing.
  • Max_Power_Target is pretty self-explanitory. This dictates how high you can move the power slider. 150% seems to be a popular value, som people go upwards of 200%.
  • Max_Boost_Freq is the maximum frequency, the GPU will boost to, without software overclocking. In this case i wanted to change this value to 1228.5, 1229 works and will be rounded down to a valid value. This setting can be set to whatever you want, the software will make sure you don't mess it up (setting it to high will require you to underclock using AB og PrecisionX).
  • The next setting is the Voltage. There are 6 valid settings for this. If you do not want to overvolt your GPU, use 1150000. There is no benefit from using a higher voltage than 1187500, this will only result in more wear on the GPU. The GPU itself will boost the voltage two steps (eg. from 1187500 to 1212500). In this example, the setting is actually wrong, and should be lowered.


5)
BACKUP YOUR BIOS BEFORE THIS STEP, THIS STEP WILL REPLACE YOUR BIOS FILE!
Once you are satisfied with your settings, save and close kgb.cfg, and return to the command prompt. This time use the command: "kgb X.rom unloxk", the following should output in the prompt, confirming the values you defined in kgb.cfg has actually been properly set, verify this before flashing:

Edited by iRandomize - 2/5/13 at 1:32am
post #3132 of 7933
well i just went and try 200 and 225% power limit seem my cards dont want to go over 1280mhz core stable so idk what the power limit do but it didnt help get me over 1280mhz, oh and btw how many of you guys are using 1.212v cause thats how high my cards are using
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post #3133 of 7933
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Originally Posted by yarly View Post

well i just went and try 200 and 225% power limit seem my cards dont want to go over 1280mhz core stable so idk what the power limit do but it didnt help get me over 1280mhz, oh and btw how many of you guys are using 1.212v cause thats how high my cards are using

The Power Target doesen't affect stability, only helps avoid kepler boost throttleing. If you are not upwards of you power target setting, you aren't limited by power target.

People are generally using 1.1875v, and letting the GPU boost itself to 1.2125v.
post #3134 of 7933
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Originally Posted by iRandomize View Post

The Power Target doesen't affect stability, only helps avoid kepler boost throttleing. If you are not upwards of you power target setting, you aren't limited by power target.

People are generally using 1.1875v, and letting the GPU boost itself to 1.2125v.
oh i see thanks for the info thumb.gif
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post #3135 of 7933
For some reason i can hit stable 1.354MHz but i can't touch the memory at all :/


EDIT: Can't go over 1.354MHz no matter the voltage and i still can't touch the memory at all, oh well.
Edited by InhertAlx - 2/6/13 at 7:05am
post #3136 of 7933
Hmmmm, I wonder if I can make a custom BIOS with max power target of 150% on my QUAD 680 classifieds - They all have EVBOT ports (And I have the EVBOT running on them) but are severely limited by the power target (130%).
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post #3137 of 7933
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The Power Target doesen't affect stability, only helps avoid kepler boost throttleing. If you are not upwards of you power target setting, you aren't limited by power target.

People are generally using 1.1875v, and letting the GPU boost itself to 1.2125v.

You mean if we set our card's BIOS to 1.1875, it will still boost to 1.2125? What's the use of setting it to 1.1875 then? Sorry, noob here.
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Originally Posted by iRandomize View Post

The Power Target doesen't affect stability, only helps avoid kepler boost throttleing. If you are not upwards of you power target setting, you aren't limited by power target.

People are generally using 1.1875v, and letting the GPU boost itself to 1.2125v.

You mean if we set our card's BIOS to 1.1875, it will still boost to 1.2125? What's the use of setting it to 1.1875 then? Sorry, noob here.
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Originally Posted by iRandomize View Post

The Power Target doesen't affect stability, only helps avoid kepler boost throttleing. If you are not upwards of you power target setting, you aren't limited by power target.

People are generally using 1.1875v, and letting the GPU boost itself to 1.2125v.

How do we figure out our power target limit?
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post #3140 of 7933
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Originally Posted by iRandomize View Post

Here you go smile.gif
vampirek25.zip 111k .zip file

In the future, it is really simple to mod your own BIOS, i tend to use KGB, it is faster for you, and easier for me wink.gif

1)
To use KGB, you need to unpack the two KGB files (kgb.exe and kgb.cfg) to the same folder, as the BIOS you want to modify, in this case, i just unpacked to the desktop


2)
Shift+right clicking anywhere in the folder (in this case, on the desktop), will bring up the option to "Open command window here"


3)
Pressing it will bring up the command prompt, in this prompt you type in: "kgb X.rom", replacing X with the name of your rom (in this case, the rom was named X). This will show you the current settings of the BIOS. The settings of this bios was:
  • Fan speed ranging from 20% to 100%
  • Max power target of 150%
  • Max boost of 1202.0mhz
  • A voltage set to 1.2125v (this voltage is actually to high, it should never be set above 1.1875, see next step)


4)
Next step will be to configure KGB, to use the settings you would like for your BIOS, you do this by opening kgb.cfg in notepad (generally speaking, the default settings will fit most needs), the settings available are::
  • Fan_Min and Fan_Max sets the fan speed range, this is set to 20-100% as seen in the above picture. Generally i recommend 30-100%, unless you are sure 20% will sufficiently cool your GPU while idleing.
  • Max_Power_Target is pretty self-explanitory. This dictates how high you can move the power slider. 150% seems to be a popular value, som people go upwards of 200%.
  • Max_Boost_Freq is the maximum frequency, the GPU will boost to, without software overclocking. In this case i wanted to change this value to 1228.5, 1229 works and will be rounded down to a valid value. This setting can be set to whatever you want, the software will make sure you don't mess it up (setting it to high will require you to underclock using AB og PrecisionX).
  • The next setting is the Voltage. There are 6 valid settings for this. If you do not want to overvolt your GPU, use 1150000. There is no benefit from using a higher voltage than 1187500, this will only result in more wear on the GPU. The GPU itself will boost the voltage two steps (eg. from 1187500 to 1212500). In this example, the setting is actually wrong, and should be lowered.


5)
BACKUP YOUR BIOS BEFORE THIS STEP, THIS STEP WILL REPLACE YOUR BIOS FILE!
Once you are satisfied with your settings, save and close kgb.cfg, and return to the command prompt. This time use the command: "kgb X.rom unloxk", the following should output in the prompt, confirming the values you defined in kgb.cfg has actually been properly set, verify this before flashing:

Tnx!!!!! i will try wink.gif

Vamp
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