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So i loaded my original bios back to see if it would result back to defaults and it doesnt....??? I get 1293mhz and 1.212v how do i get back to original?

Just realized you have to restart after a bios update now its showing the correct numbers
Edited by marcus556 - 3/3/13 at 2:34pm
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So i loaded my original bios back to see if it would result back to defaults and it doesnt....??? I get 1293mhz and 1.212v how do i get back to original?

Just realized you have to restart after a bios update now its showing the correct numbers

Just restore the voltage to 1.15

You probably have overwritten your bios by accident while editing...

EDIT: I just saw you fixed it...
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Just restore the voltage to 1.15

You probably have overwritten your bios by accident while editing...

EDIT: I just saw you fixed it...

Thanks for the response i uploaded a file to skydrive to make sure i didnt accidently overwrite it.

But i had to revert back because during folding it would crash the PC folding on the CPU that is
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Thanks for the response i uploaded a file to skydrive to make sure i didnt accidently overwrite it.

But i had to revert back because during folding it would crash the PC folding on the CPU that is

Default folding at home will use both cpu and gpu.
You dont have to revert, just lower the overclock.
You also can overclock without modifing bios, or just modify power options not voltage.
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I recently acquired an EVGA GTX Titan Superclocked. I tried the kgb executable, and sure enough it tells me that this in an unknown and unsupported model. Nice check wink.gif

I've uploaded the BIOS file to dropbox here:
https://www.box.com/s/xx9shmanbcszxbg73m8f

If anyone wants to take a look at it and provide me a clock boost, say to... 983 MHz maximum clock like the Colorful card here, it'd be great: http://www.techpowerup.com/180622/Colorful-Announces-Factory-Overclocked-GeForce-GTX-Titan-Graphics-Card.html

(Disclosure: I already know my card is stable at this speed, as I've run a CUDA DP simulation that uses near 99% GPU for a few minutes at a time with correct results at a minimum clock of 1000 MHz)

Or better yet, point me to a good tutorial and I'll do it myself. smile.gif
Edited by vacaloca - 3/4/13 at 6:42am
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I recently acquired an EVGA GTX Titan Superclocked. I tried the kgb executable, and sure enough it tells me that this in an unknown and unsupported model. Nice check wink.gif

I've uploaded the BIOS file to dropbox here:
https://www.box.com/s/xx9shmanbcszxbg73m8f

If anyone wants to take a look at it and provide me a clock boost, say to... 983 MHz maximum clock like the Colorful card here, it'd be great: http://www.techpowerup.com/180622/Colorful-Announces-Factory-Overclocked-GeForce-GTX-Titan-Graphics-Card.html

(Disclosure: I already know my card is stable at this speed, as I've run a CUDA DP simulation that uses near 99% GPU for a few minutes at a time with correct results at a minimum clock of 1000 MHz)

Or better yet, point me to a good tutorial and I'll do it myself. smile.gif

Had a look with Kepler Bios Tweaker and changed the boost clock to 983

983.zip 132k .zip file

Link to KBT - http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=374772 It has limited functionality with Titan though and probably doesn't need a tutorial since it's pretty straight forward tongue.gif
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This thread is huge and I'm sure this has been asked before but, no love for 690s?
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This thread is huge and I'm sure this has been asked before but, no love for 690s?

What do you need done? If you're on the stock cooler there no reason to flash to an unlocked bios
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What do you need done? If you're on the stock cooler there no reason to flash to an unlocked bios

Will have it under water this afternoon, I'll post again then, Thanks. thumb.gif
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Had a look with Kepler Bios Tweaker and changed the boost clock to 983

983.zip 132k .zip file

Link to KBT - http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=374772 It has limited functionality with Titan though and probably doesn't need a tutorial since it's pretty straight forward tongue.gif

Thanks for the link! Wasn't aware of that tool. I will test it out later tonight. smile.gif
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