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Originally Posted by tecfreak View Post

With this modification there is no boost anymore!
All my modified bios have a fixed gpu-clock @1202MHz. For more OC you have set an clock offset.
I'ts possible, that you have to perform a clean install of the nvidia driver after flashing.
Here is the new MSI GTX 670 PE bios.
VMOD
Fan: 20% -100%
GPU-Clock: 1202MHz
http://www.mvktech.net/components/com_joomlaboard/uploaded/files/PE670_VMOD_FAN_20_100.zip

I am using that ref vmod bios, and it is not really working with my core clock offest (trying to do +30 atm) it will go to 1231 for a sec then downclock to 1192??) however memory is working flawlessly


can you tell me please what to look for in the bios file ? in hex edit, I assume? I would like to be able to mod my own bios to try a few different clocks over 1200
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@Gomi
VMOD
Fan: 20% - 100%
GPU-Clock: 1202MHz
http://www.mvktech.net/components/com_joomlaboard/uploaded/files/REF670_VMOD_FAN_20_100.zip

Would it not be a better idea to PM the Op all these links so he can put them all in the thread start post to cut down on confusion.
    
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I am using that ref vmod bios, and it is not really working with my core clock offest (trying to do +30 atm) it will go to 1231 for a sec then downclock to 1192??) however memory is working flawlessly
How did you set the power target in PT and how is the power level while running heaven?
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Would it not be a better idea to PM the Op all these links so he can put them all in the thread start post to cut down on confusion.

This is a great thread, but I agree with this. There are plenty of people willing to flash their bios here and test this stuff out, but lets get it organized in the OP with all the info we can about each bios and the working methods used to flash them (Dos vs. Firestorm or both, etc). We'll cover more ground this way and there will be fewer questions in the long run.
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How did you set the power target in PT and how is the power level while running heaven?

I think a clean install of the drivers fixed the issue ( I just played one checkpoint of max payne 3 @ 1231 MHz!!! ) I will report back if its still an issue.

also I have my power target at 122% I will make sure its hitting 1.21 when i alt+tab here in a sec back to max payne 3 thumb.gif

all is well with my offset sticking, however 1231 proved to be a bit greedy after awhile biggrin.gif oh well try for +25 and so on and so forth.

edit: so of course i spoke too soon, while my voltage seems to stay at 1.21 my core keeps bouncing between my offset and 1201. 1201 is still a nice improvement from 1178 but if you could please tecfreak post on how people can mod their own bios that would be awesome bro.
Edited by HardwareDecoder - 8/5/12 at 6:19pm
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With this modification there is no boost anymore!
All my modified bios have a fixed gpu-clock @1202MHz. For more OC you have set an clock offset.
I'ts possible, that you have to perform a clean install of the nvidia driver after flashing.
Here is the new MSI GTX 670 PE bios.
VMOD
Fan: 20% -100%
GPU-Clock: 1202MHz
http://www.mvktech.net/components/com_joomlaboard/uploaded/files/PE670_VMOD_FAN_20_100.zip

Thanks, I just tried it out and while I could OC higher and not crash, the voltage and core would not stay put. They went up and down the whole time.
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Thanks, I just tried it out and while I could OC higher and not crash, the voltage and core would not stay put. They went up and down the whole time.
Try to reinstall your nv driver (clean install).

@all
I have documented the mod of my GB GTX 670 Windforce bios. Maybe it helps somebody to improve this stuff to achive even better performance and/or stability.

http://www.mvktech.net/components/com_joomlaboard/uploaded/files/GK104_VGABIOS_GB670WF3_MOD_EXAMPLE.pdf
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ok so 64 09 = 1202, what would one change that to for say 1231? I have never hex-edited before
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Try to reinstall your nv driver (clean install).
@all
I have documented the mod of my GB GTX 670 Windforce bios. Maybe it helps somebody to improve this stuff to achive even better performance and/or stability.
http://www.mvktech.net/components/com_joomlaboard/uploaded/files/GK104_VGABIOS_GB670WF3_MOD_EXAMPLE.pdf

Tried it, it still goes all over the place. That's with the power saving off in nvidia control panel.
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ok so 64 09 = 1202, what would one change that to for say 1231? I have never hex-edited before
Thats not so simple and i never have set an offset in the bios. Take a look at mvktech.net how Slatius did that and compare a modified bios with a stock bios. I'm using the hex editor "HxD".

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How did you set the power target in PT and how is the power level while running heaven?
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