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Hey everyone,
I'm looking to unlock my BIOS, Currently using a MSI GTX 660 TI Power Edition but I have no idea what I'm doing. I have unlocked the BIOS of my old Gigabyte GTX 460 ages ago but it was a simple 1 file replacement. Am I missing a file, If not can someone please help me? frown.gif

MSI.GTX660TI.PE.BIOS.DEFAULT.zip 56k .zip file

Before you unlock it I would just DL 2.2.3 AB version or latest beta 3.0b9 and use the voltage control (core, mem, aux ). you will get nice OC .

The MSI PE bios are little tricky , seems power slider even with bios unlock doesn't work 100% right .

AB is best OC app for MSI PE , you will want to make a fan profile to keep temps below 70 ( I try to keep them low 60c ) , then on core voltage don't max it out, try something like 40-50mv that should get you to about same as unlocked max (1.2v) .

Wait so hypothetical question, If I go to the site provided and max out everything from boost clock to voltage offset will that unlock everything to the max or will it set forever?
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Wait so hypothetical question, If I go to the site provided and max out everything from boost clock to voltage offset will that unlock everything to the max or will it set forever?

AB is software control of clocks and more important voltage on PE versions . nothing is changed permanent (you have full control and if you uninstall it or don't let it startup in windows your running all stock settings) . That are the main features of MSI PE versions ,voltage control w/o editing bios and good quality components .

It does nothing hardware wise , basically the PE versions have a second voltage regulator that add on top of the reference one . that is how it can add voltage .

Ok, well on setting I would go slow and work your way up . there are guides to OC vids for more ,better info but start with core clocks (leave voltage stock first to see what card does ) . raise core like 26 , 40 etc (go in 13 mhz steps as that is how card does ) then test in games or valley or heven . let it run few loops to be sure before raising . Once you find max (If you go up slowly driver will crash/reset so you know that is max .

Then do same on mem go slow in like 50mhz steps, most hit 400-500+ . then you can mess with voltage to raise the core (I personally would not go over 50mv as that would be around 1.2v .

Make sure you set fan profile , this is a personal thing depending on noise I have mine set to 35%@30c , then 50%@58c , then 80%@70c .

those are the points on graph .

here in depth guide , good read to understand whats going on .

http://www.overclock.net/t/1265110/the-gtx-670-overclocking-master-guide
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Wait so hypothetical question, If I go to the site provided and max out everything from boost clock to voltage offset will that unlock everything to the max or will it set forever?

AB is software control of clocks and more important voltage on PE versions . nothing is changed permanent (you have full control and if you uninstall it or don't let it startup in windows your running all stock settings .

It does nothing hardware wise , basically the PE versions have a second voltage regulator that add on top of the reference one . that is how it can add voltage .

Ok, well on setting I would go slow and work your way up . there are guides to OC vids for more ,better info but start with core clocks (leave voltage stock first to see what card does ) . raise core like 26 , 40 etc (go in 13 mhz steps as that is how card does ) then test in games or valley or heven . let it run few loops to be sure before raising . Once you find max (If you go up slowly driver will crash/reset so you know that is max .

Then do same on mem go slow in like 50mhz steps, most hit 400-500+ . then you can mess with voltage to raise the core (I personally would not go over 50mv as that would be around 1.2v .

Make sure you set fan profile , this is a personal thing depending on noise I have mine set to 35%@30c , then 50%@58c , then 80%@70c .

those are the points on graph .
I'm familiar with Afterburner before and have overclocked for many years wheee.gif My question wasn't very clear sorry. What I meant to ask is if I go to the site provided by the OP, Upload my BIOS file and set everything to max and flash the GPU, Can I downclock as well as overclock with the new BIOS file or will it just brick my card and permanently set the values to the flashed settings 24/7?

Also After updating my Heaven to the latest and downgrading my afterburner to 2.2.3 this is what I achieved on 'Stock' voltages.

Core Voltage (mV): +0
Memory Voltage (mV): +0
Aux Voltage (mV): +0
Power Limit (%): 114

Core Clock(Mhz): 40+
Memory Clock (Mhz) +400

Now I did what you said and bumped up the voltage however my voltage is still capped at 1.175V, It's just like before frown.gif
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I'm familiar with Afterburner before and have overclocked for many years wheee.gif My question wasn't very clear sorry. What I meant to ask is if I go to the site provided by the OP, Upload my BIOS file and set everything to max and flash the GPU, Can I downclock as well as overclock with the new BIOS file or will it just brick my card and permanently set the values to the flashed settings 24/7?

Also After updating my Heaven to the latest and downgrading my afterburner to 2.2.3 this is what I achieved on 'Stock' voltages.

Core Voltage (mV): +0
Memory Voltage (mV): +0
Aux Voltage (mV): +0
Power Limit (%): 114

Core Clock(Mhz): 40+
Memory Clock (Mhz) +400

Now I did what you said and bumped up the voltage however my voltage is still capped at 1.175V, It's just like before frown.gif

Ah, ok . yes you can downclock if you unlock bios (you set a -xx value . you probably will need to as the mhz boost up with just the voltage increase (in bios file) unless you set max clock speed to what you know your card can do .

I forgot to say, you will never be able to read voltage from a MSI PE version when you raise the voltage up in AB , its just not readable, so what you see in GPU-Z is the reference voltage regulator not total with offset added . SO you can only approx the voltage, say GBU-Z says 1.175 and you set + 10mv then your "about" 1.185v .

If you passed with above OC and now you raised the voltage to say 30-50mv you probably be able to bump it another 40 or so .

Don't forget you need to enable overvoltage in settings of AB, General tab .
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I'm familiar with Afterburner before and have overclocked for many years wheee.gif My question wasn't very clear sorry. What I meant to ask is if I go to the site provided by the OP, Upload my BIOS file and set everything to max and flash the GPU, Can I downclock as well as overclock with the new BIOS file or will it just brick my card and permanently set the values to the flashed settings 24/7?

Also After updating my Heaven to the latest and downgrading my afterburner to 2.2.3 this is what I achieved on 'Stock' voltages.

Core Voltage (mV): +0
Memory Voltage (mV): +0
Aux Voltage (mV): +0
Power Limit (%): 114

Core Clock(Mhz): 40+
Memory Clock (Mhz) +400

Now I did what you said and bumped up the voltage however my voltage is still capped at 1.175V, It's just like before frown.gif

Ah, ok . yes you can downclock if you unlock bios (you set a -xx value . you probably will need to as the mhz boost up with just the voltage increase (in bios file) unless you set max clock speed to what you know your card can do .

I forgot to say, you will never be able to read voltage from a MSI PE version when you raise the voltage up in AB , its just not readable, so what you see in GPU-Z is the reference voltage regulator not total with offset added . SO you can only approx the voltage, say GBU-Z says 1.175 and you set + 10mv then your "about" 1.185v .

If you passed with above OC and now you raised the voltage to say 30-50mv you probably be able to bump it another 40 or so .

Don't forget you need to enable overvoltage in settings of AB, General tab .

OK, I'm slowly making my way to my highest OC yessir.gif. Now I have a quick question. Is it safe to put the AUX and Memory voltage at 50+?
Edited by deception345 - 4/4/13 at 7:42am
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OK, I'm slowing making my way to my highest OC yessir.gif. Now I have a quick question. Is it safe to put the AUX and Memory voltage at 50+?

I personally would not mess with mem or aux , the aux is power to PCI-E slot interface AFAIK . I have not heard it helping .

The memory already can go pretty high with stock voltage there (700 some get) so I would be careful here . I wouldn't go over 10mv , I have mine 0 as I don't push my card to max for 24/7 use .
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OK, I'm slowing making my way to my highest OC yessir.gif. Now I have a quick question. Is it safe to put the AUX and Memory voltage at 50+?

I personally would not mess with mem or aux , the aux is power to PCI-E slot interface AFAIK . I have not heard it helping .

The memory already can go pretty high with stock voltage there (700 some get) so I would be careful here . I wouldn't go over 10mv , I have mine 0 as I don't push my card to max for 24/7 use .

OK this is what I have achieved so far 'Stable' on Heaven Benchmark Latest.

Core Voltage (mV): +50
Memory Voltage (mV): +0
Aux Voltage (mV): +0
Power Limit (%): 114

Core Clock(Mhz): 92+
Memory Clock (Mhz) +550

GPUZ Report.
Core w/ Boost: 1190Mhz (1190 x 1) + (AB reports 1306Mhz IDK why?)
Shaders: 2380Mhz (1190 x 2)
Memory: 7108Mhz (1777 x 3)

Now I know I can push my GPU Clock higher and temps are not a problem the highest they got is 62 degrees (Celsius). I'm only worried that I might fry my GPU if I increase the vCore and go higher.
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OK this is what I have achieved so far 'Stable' on Heaven Benchmark Latest.

Core Voltage (mV): +50
Memory Voltage (mV): +0
Aux Voltage (mV): +0
Power Limit (%): 114

Core Clock(Mhz): 92+
Memory Clock (Mhz) +550

GPUZ Report.
Core w/ Boost: 1190Mhz (1190 x 1) + (AB reports 1306Mhz IDK why?)
Shaders: 2380Mhz (1190 x 2)
Memory: 7108Mhz (1777 x 3)

Now I know I can push my GPU Clock higher and temps are not a problem the highest they got is 62 degrees (Celsius). I'm only worried that I might fry my GPU if I increase the vCore and go higher.

leave it on voltage, don't go higher IMO .

That sounds good OC these cards seem to do 80-110+ depending on your luck once you up voltage a bit . , with 92+ you should be around 1300 range .

with GPU-Z look at sensor results it should match AB graph monitor .

Did you try little lower, you may find a sweet spot with voltage verse clock speed . Also make sure scores go up , if not your not stable .
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ugh...

any idea how to re-flash the old bios outside of windows or inside windows safe mode?
     
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So if I unlock my bios, I shouldn't mess with the Power% limit in any overclock software?
Because while using my unlocked bios to OC and testing stablity in 3Dmark, Heaven and Valley, it will sometime crash, at first what I thought was too high OC, but after checking graph, it seems to be the power% jumping to 300%
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