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post #4621 of 7931
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Well I want the ability to max out the vcore as much as possible if I need it in the future. Can I set it to 1.212500 for both tables?

I don't know, but even if you do you'll still only get 1.2125V. That's the max (and the car automatically adds +0.025 when it boosts, which is why you put 1.1875 in there, so it boosts to 1.2125).

Edit: Ninja'd my typos..
Edited by Forceman - 4/5/13 at 12:21am
post #4622 of 7931
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Originally Posted by deception345 View Post

Well I want the ability to max out the vcore as much as possible if I need it in the future. Can I set it to 1.212500 for both tables?

I don't know, but even if you do you'll still only get 1.215V. That's the max (and the card automatically adds +0.25 when it boosts, which is why you put 1.1875 in there, so it boosts to 1.215).

Ah OK that makes sense cheers :3
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I flashed my GPU however the power limit says it's only 145 and not 150 frown.gif
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post #4624 of 7931
It is based on the default power limit, so if yours was higher than normal that's why. I think stock is 170000, not the 175000 you had.
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ok, I can run my 670 FTW on the original bios at 1306 mhz, should I even really bother at this point with modding the bios. I modded a different 670 ftw a few months ago, but the card just wouldn't handle it and I had to go back to the original bios which didn't exactly seem to perform as it previously did. If going back to original bios are there specific steps needed to be taken? Or do you just flash like before?
So any thoughts on this?
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When I originally flashed (different guys version) I think it stuffed something up. In GPUZ it says my default clock speed is 1098Mhz, In AB is says it's 1215Mhz but in Heaven it says its 1306Mhz. My previous overclock was 1306Mhz but I reset everything before flashing, How do I fix it? frown.gif
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post #4627 of 7931
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So any thoughts on this?

Just reflash it with the stock BIOS, same as before.
Edited by Forceman - 4/5/13 at 1:18am
post #4628 of 7931
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When I originally flashed (different guys version) I think it stuffed something up. In GPUZ it says my default clock speed is 1098Mhz, In AB is says it's 1215Mhz but in Heaven it says its 1306Mhz. My previous overclock was 1306Mhz but I reset everything before flashing, How do I fix it? frown.gif

Heaven reports it wrong, so ignore that. GPU-Z also doesn't always correctly show the actual boost clock either. Go by what Afterburner says. When you increase the voltage, it will automatically boost higher than before, so what you have sounds pretty normal.
post #4629 of 7931
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Just reflash it with the stock BIOS.
It is stock bios, I was asking if anyone thinks that I would get some good gains past the 1306 clock I have if I flashed, and If my flash does not work out how easy it would be to flash back to the original
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post #4630 of 7931
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It is stock bios, I was asking if anyone thinks that I would get some good gains past the 1306 clock I have if I flashed, and If my flash does not work out how easy it would be to flash back to the original

Oh, I misread part of that. Flashing back to the stock BIOS is as easy as flashing to the modded one - nothing special. The voltage mod seems to give you about 50 MHz or so on the core - if you already have 1306 I would probably just stick with that. Mine does 1280, it did 1330 with the voltage mod, but I flashed back because I figured the extra 50 MHz wasn't worth the extra voltage.
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