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Originally Posted by tecfreak View Post

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".
@eternal7trance
How did you set the power target in PT and how is the power level while running heaven?

i dont understand what you are saying, i just want to change the number from 1202 dude.

i compared that line 64 09 00 01 39 it is the same on my stock bios also.. what the hell
Edited by HardwareDecoder - 8/5/12 at 8:07pm
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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".
@eternal7trance
How did you set the power target in PT and how is the power level while running heaven?

I set it to max and the TDP was around 100%.
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post #353 of 7931
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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

Can you upload a BIOS that isn't voltage limited but keeps an option of dynamic clock ??
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I set it to max and the TDP was around 100%.
Try this one: http://ultrashare.net/hosting/fl/e638e50ec2/PE670_VMOD_BP-225-250_FAN-20-100

EDIT: Reset your oc settings before flashing and reinstall the nv driver after flashing.
Edited by tecfreak - 8/5/12 at 9:57pm
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Can you upload a BIOS that isn't voltage limited but keeps an option of dynamic clock ??
With dynamic clock (boost) enabled the voltage is limited to 1.175V. As i know it's not possible to have both enabled/unlocked.
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Try this one: http://ultrashare.net/hosting/fl/e638e50ec2/PE670_VMOD_BP-225-250_FAN-20-100
EDIT: Reset your oc settings before flashing and reinstall the nv driver after flashing.

My chip sucks so I'm not able to oc much higher than around 1280 core. However I do notice when hooking up the DMM that my voltage goes up to 1.222 and on GPUZ it says my TDP is 80%.

The voltage doesn't fluctuate anymore and I'm sitting around 63c.

Right now I'm at 1285mhz core and 3610mhz mem and it's not moving at all. biggrin.gif
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@HardwareDecoder
Try this one: http://ultrashare.net/hosting/fl/6332f8e528/REF670_VMOD_BP-225-250_FAN-20-100
Reset your oc settings before flashing and reinstall the nv driver after flashing.
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My chip sucks so I'm not able to oc much higher than around 1280 core. However I do notice when hooking up the DMM that my voltage goes up to 1.222 and on GPUZ it says my TDP is 80%.
The voltage doesn't fluctuate anymore and I'm sitting around 63c.
Right now I'm at 1285mhz core and 3610mhz mem and it's not moving at all. biggrin.gif
1285/1810 is a good result. Depending on the rest of your HW you should get in 3Dmark11 ~10600-10900 GS points.
My GB WF is game stable @1320/1815 and 3DMark11 stable @1333/1840 but crashes in haven after 10min at these clocks.
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/4023796 biggrin.gif
Edited by tecfreak - 8/5/12 at 10:54pm
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@HardwareDecoder
Try this one: http://ultrashare.net/hosting/fl/6332f8e528/REF670_VMOD_BP-225-250_FAN-20-100
Reset your oc settings before flashing and reinstall the nv driver after flashing.

ok, what did you change?? I am still wishing I knew what to change so I could edit stuff my self rolleyes.gif

thanks for this though.
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post #360 of 7931
This one has an other Board Power Setup which now is at 225W(100%) - 250W(112%).
If you want to modify your bios take a look at the pdf file i've posted here and maybe visit mvktech.net and look at the bios files the user Saltius has modified.

The hex values are read backwards.
For example: A8 61 01 -> 01 61 A8

BTW: The new BP setup seem to work for eternal7trance and his MSI PE Bios. Give it a try...
Edited by tecfreak - 8/5/12 at 11:08pm
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