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GB 670 OC Core @ 1418Mhz & VRAM @ 7516Mhz. thumb.gif

LoL i wanna see how long that gpu lasts at those mhz let me know when something changes.

That is just your bench mhz? you do not really run it that high 24/7?

Mine was my 24/7 OC i would never run mine at there max 24/7.
    
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LoL i wanna see how long that gpu lasts at those mhz let me know when something changes.
That is just your bench mhz? you do not really run it that high 24/7?
Mine was my 24/7 OC i would never run mine at there max 24/7.
1400Mhz is 24/7 stable. Ram is stable at 7.5Ghz. Heaven starts crashing at 1415+. I could go higher on the core if I lowered the VRAM speed.
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If you guy's and girls really want to see if your card is stable drop Heaven and download this. It will push your card to the limits. It's from Nvidia biggrin.gif

http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/a-new-dawn-directx-11-demo-available-for-download/
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GB 670 OC Core @ 1418Mhz & VRAM @ 7516Mhz. thumb.gif
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I just tried out that bios EVGA released for more stability and etc, and I didnt gain a single mhz off of it, my temps jumped to the mid 60's much faster then with the stock or modded, and I also got so random power spikes shooting me up to 333% and making my card crash. Thanks but no thanks EVGA.
Edited by General123 - 8/11/12 at 9:56am
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This is what i wrote to Cape Cod and now i'm posting it here because many users have already asked for a description how to make their own bios mods..
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The tool: http://mh-nexus.de/en/hxd/

It isn't really hard to mod your bios. All you have to do is comparing (HxD has a feature to compare two files) a stock bios with a modded one by Saltius from mvktech.net to see what has to be changed to unclock the voltage - and that is all i have done. Saltius is the one who does all the research.
I have here a document on how i modded my gigabyte 670 wf bios (ver. F4).
http://www.mvktech.net/components/com_joomlaboard/uploaded/files/GK104_VGABIOS_GB670WF3_MOD_EXAMPLE.pdf

What i forgot to tell him is, that there is a checksum (just one byte) that has to be calculated each time you change some value(s) in your bios. I think he will read this here wink.gif
With HxB an NiBiTor this task is done in less than one minute.
Just mark the data block, copy it to a new file and open it with NiBiTor. You will get some error messages, but don't care about them. Just save this file right after opening it and the last byte (the checksum) will get updated. The data block that i'm speaking of always begins at "00000400" and ends at "0000FFFF", "0000F5FF" or "0000F3FF" depending on the bios u are using.
I hope this will help some of you to mod their own bios until a new NiBiTor has been released.

Now i will take a look at Tori's bios and why he got in trouble with that one i've modded for "Orc Warlord". But first, i'll play some BF3 rolleyes.gif
Edited by tecfreak - 8/11/12 at 10:45am
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I understood none of that lol but thanks in advance for willing to take a look at my bios.
    
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This is what i wrote to Cape Cod and now i'm posting it here because many users have already asked for a description how to make their own bios mods..
What i forgot to tell him is, that there is a checksum (just one byte) that has to be calculated each time you change some value(s) in your bios. I think he will read this here wink.gif
With HxB an NiBiTor this task is done in less than one minute.
Just mark the data block, copy it to a new file and open it with NiBiTor. You will get some error messages, but don't care about them. Just save this file right after opening it and the last byte (the checksum) will get updated. The data block that i'm speaking of always begins at "00000400" and ends at "0000FFFF", "0000F5FF" or "0000F3FF" depending on the bios u are using.
I hope this will help some of you to mod their own bios until a new NiBiTor has been released.
Now i will take a look at Tori's bios and why he got in trouble with that one i've modded for "Orc Warlord". But first, i'll play some BF3 rolleyes.gif

Hey tecfreak. So what you highlighted in red under that guide are the hex values that you changed to in order to match the hex values of the modded BIOS on the left?
Edited by Admiral Mudkipz - 8/11/12 at 1:14pm
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Hey tecfreak. So what you highlighted in red under that guide is what you changed to match that with the modded BIOS?
Yes! As i said, it's pretty simple. To figure all that out just by comparsing two files was a bit time-consuming.

One more hint - you have to read the hex values backwards to convert them to decimal numbers wink.gif
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Yes! As i said, it's pretty simple. To figure all that out just by comparsing two files was a bit time-consuming.
One more hint - you have to read the hex values backwards to convert them to decimal numbers wink.gif

Lol, thanks. What was the other little bit you posted for Tori? Can you explain what you meant by that again?
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Here is the new Galaxy GTX 670 GC 4GB bios.
GLX670GC4G_VMOD_FAN-20-100.zip 112k .zip file
For you Tori and Orc Warlord. The bios files i got from u both are identical.

1. reset all OC Settings
2. flash the bios and reboot
3. reinstall the nv driver (clean install) and reboot - no need to uninstall it first
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