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post #5571 of 7931

Windowed mode was intended so you could alt tab easily with less lag.. compared to full screen which is what you experienced

 

I might be wrong, but I think that was the reason

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Windowed mode was intended so you could alt tab easily with less lag.. compared to full screen which is what you experienced

I might be wrong, but I think that was the reason

Uhm no.
post #5573 of 7931

Well if your laughing at me and cant understand the point, then why are asking utterly dumb questions on the past pages that are answered already??

And your problem has nothing to do with the GPU

 

So uhm use your research skills since your opting out peoples ideas

 

And just because you can do something doesnt mean it was intended..


Edited by YounGMessiah - 5/23/13 at 8:50pm
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Originally Posted by YounGMessiah View Post

Well if your laughing at me and cant understand the point, then why are asking utterly dumb questions on the past pages that are answered already??
And your problem has nothing to do with the GPU

So uhm use your research skills since your opting out peoples ideas

And just because you can do something doesnt mean it was intended..

Uh, another guy said before that he too had issues alt tabbing post-Flashing.

Im laughing at your statement, nothing else, that it isnt intended.
If you were never intended to be able to Alt Tab out of fullscreen games, then how come it has been a rather Common thing to do for pretty much every single gamer out there?
post #5575 of 7931

Because its a Windows operating system command......

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.......@Cakewalk, you have a 580, why are you in a kepler thread?

...........Because he has a 670 in his hands and he did not update his specs yet? Or he's just testing a 670......wink.gif
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Because its a Windows operating system command......

.............True...... tongue.gif
Edited by Koniakki - 5/23/13 at 9:47pm
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post #5577 of 7931
It took me awhile but I figured out how to change my rig.... I had it updated but I didn't have the right one viewing...whops


I guess for me after the mod, realizing the fact of how this reduces the dependability of my gfx card, im unsure about right now. I've heard alot of people talk in the thread about how they've had this bios mod for a long time 8+months without any issues. I'm hoping i can get at least a year out of my card after the mod... The question is, how plausible would it be that 1 day I turn on my rig and boom artifacts all over the place? The issue definitely won't be heat I don't think, I've got my card modded with a CWC and 2 70mm fans blowing on the PCB. I might have to re-evalulate this because I'm moving to georgia next year so that might bring some unexpected consequences on my PC... I dunno guys, just my thoughts. I'm sure some people have some good insights on this.

It appears that my card isn't stable in heaven4.0 past 1280MHz, ran some more tests this morning. so that's only a 26MHz gain... I almost feel its not worth it... However, it sure was fun and nerve racking doing the flashes and changing the bios.

Does anyone know the voltage table I should have for a 1.1875V boost?
post #5578 of 7931
my 680 is stable at 1260 core and 6800 memory. BF3 runs fine with 7100 memory but metro LL shows artifacts above 6800.
using latest 320.18 WHQL drivers.
post #5579 of 7931
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Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S View Post

So I used V3DT and it didn't do anything...I changed the values of my stock bios to the values above and it didn't do anything...flash went without any problems...

No voltage bump at all...

like u alread y said.. u must change those 2 voltages... to the same.. like 1.8v and 1.8... so the default vddc will increase

I keep mine as default since my card cant handle 1320 mhz... so I thjink no need for 1.21v... alot of voltage for nothing (imho) thumb.gif

ps: running day OC at stock vddc ( 1202/7200 ) thumb.gif
post #5580 of 7931
After thinking it over, I don't think its worth the risk of increased ware and heat. I'm going to keep the stock voltage but I'll increase my power target for the heck of it...

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