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Alright uploaded!

That is a messed up looking bios. I can tweak this for you to make it behave like most GTX 670 but this is all risky business so don't hold me responsible if something goes wrong...the power figures look messed up in this bios you sent which would explain your power % problems.
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That is a messed up looking bios. I can tweak this for you to make it behave like most GTX 670 but this is all risky business so don't hold me responsible if something goes wrong...the power figures look messed up in this bios you sent which would explain your power % problems.
Hmm tough decision.. should I just update my BIOS and see how it goes?

This is nothing RMA worthy though? I would hate to have to deal with ASUS.
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That is a messed up looking bios. I can tweak this for you to make it behave like most GTX 670 but this is all risky business so don't hold me responsible if something goes wrong...the power figures look messed up in this bios you sent which would explain your power % problems.

Actualy nevermind I just realized you are using a GTX 670 and not a GTX 680. My apologies. Your bios looks fine.

I'd try getting rid of all old driver's with driver sweeper then reinstall latest officioal driver and if problem persist you either have a bad bios flash or hardware related.

You could try to flash to a different bios for your card which can be found here--> http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/index.php?page=1&architecture=NVIDIA&manufacturer=Asus&model=GTX+670&interface=&memSize=0
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Actualy nevermind I just realized you are using a GTX 670 and not a GTX 680. My apologies. Your bios looks fine.

I'd try getting rid of all old driver's with driver sweeper then reinstall latest officioal driver and if problem persist you either have a bad bios flash or hardware related.

You could try to flash to a different bios for your card which can be found here--> http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/index.php?page=1&architecture=NVIDIA&manufacturer=Asus&model=GTX+670&interface=&memSize=0
Just reinstalled drivers again yesterday and it continues to show. I've seen a couple of people over at GeForce forums having the same issue.. maybe it's driver related?
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Just reinstalled drivers again yesterday and it continues to show. I've seen a couple of people over at GeForce forums having the same issue.. maybe it's driver related?

One thing that strikes as odd about your bios compared to most GTX 670 bios is your boost limit is set to 1202 compared to other GTX 670 I have seen it is set closer to 1254.....we could moved your boost limit/clock table up then re flash your bios and see if that helps.

What does your card boost to right now in a stressfull game?
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One thing that strikes as odd about your bios compared to most GTX 670 bios is your boost limit is set to 1202 compared to other GTX 670 I have seen it is set closer to 1254.....we could moved your boost limit/clock table up then re flash your bios and see if that helps.

What does your card boost to right now in a stressfull game?
On PlanetSide 2, 1032MHz is what it stays at constantly unless of course I look at the menu screen. When the card goes above 58C however, it goes up to 1045MHz. When it goes below 58C, it's back down to 1032MHz.
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So did I mess up on my bio and that's why it's not flashing with the first method? GK104.zip 56k .zip file

The default one from GPU-Z GK104.zip 56k .zip file

Can someone help me out?
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ok so i got my second 670FTW today and i want to mod the bios is there a way i can only mod my second card since my first card dosent like to be modded and my new card is not up to par with my current 1, so i would like to only mod the new 1 so it can match my current. can i do this with both cards in???
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On PlanetSide 2, 1032MHz is what it stays at constantly unless of course I look at the menu screen. When the card goes above 58C however, it goes up to 1045MHz. When it goes below 58C, it's back down to 1032MHz.
old.asus.rom.zip 56k .zip file

I have just included an older bios that was used on your card.

Not a thing was changed in it so it is all stock if you wanted to see if that bios worked better with your card.

Your card is 2GB right?, that's what this bios is for. Model GTX670-DC2-2GD5

Also do you have the modded zotac firestorm?, makes it much easier to flash your card with let me know if you need it.
Edited by tarpon31 - 3/28/13 at 11:36am
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old.asus.rom.zip 56k .zip file

I have just included an older bios that was used on your card.

Not a thing was changed in it so it is all stock if you wanted to see if that bios worked better with your card.

Your card is 2GB right?, that's what this bios is for. Model GTX670-DC2-2GD5
Correct. Kind of nervous.. but I will try it out.
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