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So I modded my Asus GTX 670 Top using V3DT online bios editor and was working great. But now when I try to increase or decrease the core clock - Afterburner is showing that is stays the same (1254MHz). Does anyone know what is going on? I tried to apply the stock bios rom on Asus' support page but it will not work since it doesn't match the bios id or something.

Thanks in advance!
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Originally Posted by Dominator23 View Post

So I modded my Asus GTX 670 Top using V3DT online bios editor and was working great. But now when I try to increase or decrease the core clock - Afterburner is showing that is stays the same (1254MHz). Does anyone know what is going on? I tried to apply the stock bios rom on Asus' support page but it will not work since it doesn't match the bios id or something.

Thanks in advance!
Dom
close afterburner.. open NVIDIA inspector.. overclock the card in P0 state

hope it helps
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Thanks for the suggestion - I will try when I am back home. Does anyone know the default values would be using V3DT for my card so I can try to get it back to the default?
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modded 700 series bios in my 670
1.18v to keep 1228mhz stable.. im using 700 series bios modded by me

I had to downclock the memory (to 5788mhz) due to low latency in this bios (timmings)

anything higher than 3000mhz (6ghz) in memory ill get issues in image

temp enable slider in inspector is due the bios...not more POWER DRAW throttle based (600series).. now is High Temperature throttle as based (700 series)

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I am surprised that works on a 670 as core count is less (I would think a 760 would match it) . to bad on memory and seems odd as there running 7k speeds. You would think if anything there running loser timings .
That would diffidently not be upgrade for 660ti as memory OC is big improvement .

which bios did you flash, the 780 or 770 ?

Oh, what did you use to mod it to use in 670 ?
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by only using nvidia inspector?

modded 700 series bios in my 670
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Ok, looking at pic , your voltage is up 1.187v your memory is down ? 1447 . I see KBT in background did you edit it .

Or you are talking about temp enable slider in inspector ?

1.18v to keep 1228mhz stable.. im using 700 series bios modded by me

I had to downclock the memory (to 5788mhz) due to low latency in this bios (timmings)

anything higher than 3000mhz (6ghz) in memory ill get issues in image

temp enable slider in inspector is due the bios...not more POWER DRAW throttle based (600series).. now is High Temperature throttle as based (700 series)

thumb.gif

How, id like to have that on my 680 biggrin.gif
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I am surprised that works on a 670 as core count is less (I would think a 760 would match it) . to bad on memory and seems odd as there running 7k speeds. You would think if anything there running loser timings .
That would diffidently not be upgrade for 660ti as memory OC is big improvement .

which bios did you flash, the 780 or 770 ?

Oh, what did you use to mod it to use in 670 ?

I use NVIDIA reference BIOS GTX 770 ( no problem since the only thing is the clocks/memory and power draw) all others ok.. GK104...
I downclock the memory and the POWER DRAW settings to match my 670..all fine

KBT for tweaking

too bad for the memory .. ill run some benchmark to see which is better... (200mhz less)
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I use NVIDIA reference BIOS GTX 770 ( no problem since the only thing is the clocks/memory and power draw) all others ok.. GK104...
I downclock the memory and the POWER DRAW settings to match my 670..all fine

KBT for tweaking

too bad for the memory .. ill run some benchmark to see which is better... (200mhz less)
did you try with 250w max on power , maybe because you lower power to much you can't clock memory .
from pic you posted looks like you have max power at 190w. that is very low even for 660ti . I would try 225-250w .

My MSI 660ti has 200w for 100% and 225w for max on right side of KBT . Although if it lets you OC core then probably not it , just something they changed .
Maybe the 7k memory runs slightly different voltage spec .
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did you try with 250w max on power , maybe because you lower power to much you can't clock memory .
from pic you posted looks like you have max power at 190w. that is very low even for 660ti . I would try 225-250w .

My MSI 660ti has 200w for 100% and 225w for max on right side of KBT . Although if it lets you OC core then probably not it , just something they changed .
Maybe the 7k memory runs slightly different voltage spec .

1st try i use stock GTX 770 bios I had image problems . then i downclock the memory to fix

the problem is the memory chip.. mine is Hynx.. vs " The GDDR5 memory chips are made by Samsung and carry the model number K4G20325FD-FC28. They are specified to run at 1750 MHz (7000 MHz GDDR5 effective). on the new 770 " ... so I think the bios has different timmings for memory
post #5739 of 7931
did op remove the links to the bios he modded? he used to have evga ftw modded 2gb 670 bios on there, did they get removed?
could someone mod these for me? my cards are watercooled

GK1041.zip 56k .zip file

GK1042.zip 56k .zip file
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did op remove the links to the bios he modded? he used to have evga ftw modded 2gb 670 bios on there, did they get removed?
could someone mod these for me? my cards are watercooled

GK1041.zip 56k .zip file

GK1042.zip 56k .zip file

grab Kepler Bios Tweaker 1.25 and mod yourself..its easy

anyway what u want?
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