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If I keep the CORE in the NEW BIOS the same as in the DEFAULT BIOS (1350) it crashes if I add anything to the memory clock.
So basicly, my options are:
1350 CORE / 3602 MEMORY (Default BIOS)
or
1400 CORE / 3100 MEMORY (New BIOS - Which wont let me add ANYTHING to the memory without crashing - No matter if I dowclock the CORE or let it be at 1350)
Staying with the Default BIOS (As its easy to see thats where I get the most) - Written Salitus in hopes he can spare 5 minutes looking it over. My best guess - Its a a tick or tock in the BIOS setting, I been using non-reference board BIOS - Might just need an volt-increase on my own BIOS (Reference design board).

It could be that the voltage values are messed up. I couldn't touch the memory clock on mine either.
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It could be that the voltage values are messed up. I couldn't touch the memory clock on mine either.

Yah, as I said - I written Salitus and currently praying to the great god of Pixels, Zeros and Ones - That he might take a look on the Default BIOS i sent him. If he could just unlock my own BIOS, it SHOULD work.
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Thanks for the help guys, I have managed to flash the bios using the USB boot method, everything went OK. As a result, I have posted my first 10,000+ P score. So happy to see more coming out of the card with a little extra juice.



The voltage definitely holds the ability of these cards back a little. My 7950 was getting up around 1225Mhz with 1.25v, so I was a little surprised to see the 670's have been voltage regulated. Reminds me when I had crossfire 6950's, but core speed wasn't such an issue as I had two cards. This single card destroys that set up and now beats down the 7950 fairly comfortably as well. They were neck and neck at max clocks for each card before the voltage mod.

It is correct that my card is running at 1267Mhz by default. Although I can pass a 3DMark11 run with 1280 on the core and 1800 on the memory, Unigine will not allow that and I will have to find a suitable clock to run with again. I will re-flash the 1202Mhz bios and at least that way I won't have to under clock the card on each Windows boot.
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I have asked management to start a Kepler Degradation thread pointing to the dozens upon dozens of posts of people using just stock volts and running there card at it's highest overclock for long periods of time stressing it etc then all of a sudden they had to drop the core by 20 - 40mhz. to become stable again.

Will involve having to link posts from other forums.. so im doubtful it will be approved.
I read 5 threads over on Evga today of this known issue there is 3-4 running around on AnAndtech And [H]
it is quite Concerning to say the least..
im running 70-100mhz below what i think my Max core clocks are to be safe..

But you never know till you try. thumb.gif
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I have asked management to start a Kepler Degradation thread pointing to the dozens upon dozens of posts of people using just stock volts and running there card at it's highest overclock for long periods of time stressing it etc then all of a sudden they had to drop the core by 20 - 40mhz. to become stable again.
Will involve having to link posts from other forums.. so im doubtful it will be approved.
But you never know till you try. thumb.gif

I'm legitimately interested in seeing these posts, if you have a link to them you can share, or a cross post to anandtech (I think I saw you there), please let me know.
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I am about to try out a bios posted on the site to see if I can get any extra mhz tongue.gif
I know I am probably the only one crazy enough to try this for fun but here we go biggrin.gif
My bios worked perfect.
If anyone is using the Dual Fan Galaxy 670 use my bios.
Board power is increased to 300, and gives 150% for power limit, and it's modded to 1.21v

New stock boost is 1293mhz compared to original boost of 1202mhz.
so after flashing, run a bench at stock settings to see what the stock boost speed is before overclocking.


That's my BIOS. lol
Rather than use another brands bios i got Saltius to mod my original bios. It doesn't throttle either.

The degrading of the 600 series cards was denied long ago.
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New stock boost is 1293mhz compared to original boost of 1202mhz.
Guys... if you apply the voltage mod to your bios the whole boost logic is disabled. That is how this mod works. Disabling the boost unlocks the voltage configuration so you can set the max value of 1.2125V.
The 1293MHz you are speaking of is the highest core clock from the dynamic clock table that was stored in the bios by the manufacturer. When people that wern't able to hit >1260MHz with stock bios will probably get in trouble using this bios. The only way to get around this in such a case is to set e negative offset for the core clock before flashing. But i don't know how high the clocks are going on startup and before the OC tool is setting the core offset.
The best way is to adapt the clock table setting the default baseclock to 915MHz and and 1202MHz at the end of the table as the new core clock which should be low enough for the most cards.

@Gomi
I can apply the voltage mod to your bios. Just give me a couple of minutes.

@all
Does anybody need the new MSI GTX 670 PE Bios with the voltage mod applied? It has a lower startup fan speed.


Sorry for my bad english.
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Originally Posted by Xp0c View Post

My bios worked perfect.
If anyone is using the Dual Fan Galaxy 670 use my bios.
Board power is increased to 300, and gives 150% for power limit, and it's modded to 1.21v
New stock boost is 1293mhz compared to original boost of 1202mhz.
so after flashing, run a bench at stock settings to see what the stock boost speed is before overclocking.

That's my BIOS. lol
Rather than use another brands bios i got Saltius to mod my original bios. It doesn't throttle either.
The degrading of the 600 series cards was denied long ago.
LOL it gave me artifacts and wouldnt let me post tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

I have asked management to start a Kepler Degradation thread pointing to the dozens upon dozens of posts of people using just stock volts and running there card at it's highest overclock for long periods of time stressing it etc then all of a sudden they had to drop the core by 20 - 40mhz. to become stable again.
Will involve having to link posts from other forums.. so im doubtful it will be approved.
I read 5 threads over on Evga today of this known issue there is 3-4 running around on AnAndtech And [H]
it is quite Concerning to say the least..
im running 70-100mhz below what i think my Max core clocks are to be safe..
But you never know till you try. thumb.gif
That would be massively disappointing if simply overclocking degrades your card.
Edited by General123 - 8/5/12 at 4:21pm
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Guys... if you apply the voltage mod to your bios the whole boost logic is disabled. That is how this mod works. Disabling the boost unlocks the voltage configuration so you can set the max value of 1.2125V.
The 1293MHz you are speaking of is the highest core clock from the dynamic clock table that was stored in the bios by the manufacturer. When people that wern't able to hit >1260MHz with stock bios will probably get in trouble using this bios. The only way to get around this in such a case is to set e negative offset for the core clock before flashing. But i don't know how high the clocks are going on startup and before the OC tool is setting the core offset.
The best way is to adapt the clock table setting the default baseclock to 915MHz and and 1202MHz at the end of the table as the new core clock which should be low enough for the most cards.
@Gomi
I can apply the voltage mod to your bios. Just give me a couple of minutes.
@all
Does anybody need the new MSI GTX 670 PE Bios with the voltage mod applied? It has a lower startup fan speed.
Sorry for my bad english.

I would like to try it out. Thanks.
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@Gomi
I can apply the voltage mod to your bios. Just give me a couple of minutes.

Would love to give it a try Tec. At least that could shred some light on the whole weird "Memory Clock" affair.
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