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post #1271 of 1324
I red something about bios FY1, probably its better than FX1 for OC. And i want to try VBE7 - vBIOS editor, i am afraid of VRM. How many % powertune is safe ford card? I want stable 1200Mhz smile.gif.

Your modded bioses... what does it mean MOD1113mw. The core voltage is unlocked?
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post #1272 of 1324
Hey, on the official gigabyte website i found a bunch of bios with versions FX1 FY1 F43 F2 F21. Which one should i flash if my HD7950 has version FC0 ?
post #1273 of 1324
No one.
post #1274 of 1324
If you know how to use the dual bios switch correctly... like dont flash anything over the original 0 setting! And flash what u want to test only on one....
Then you can try different ones... but a warning... make sure you follow the safe method on how to use dual bios to test flashes.

Probably better to do what belkov said, dont do any of em smile.gif
post #1275 of 1324
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Originally Posted by robnitro View Post

If you know how to use the dual bios switch correctly... like dont flash anything over the original 0 setting! And flash what u want to test only on one....
Then you can try different ones... but a warning... make sure you follow the safe method on how to use dual bios to test flashes.

Probably better to do what belkov said, dont do any of em smile.gif
Thanks for reply. Oh, i didnt know that i could use dual bios for testing smile.gif I will read some guides about this, and if I fully understand that, then will try some of them.smile.gif
post #1276 of 1324
Hey, maybe a thread is a bit old, but I wanted to ask a few things. I am an owner of gigabyte radeon 7950 (rev 1.0) from a year and till now i was just using stock bios, the boost version (015.030.000.001 according to CCC and GV-R795WF3-3GD.FW0 in @BIOS programme). I was able to set memory clock to 1575 and core to 1020 MHz (didn' t try higher) without any voltage changes in CCC, but i was thinking about overlocking it higher. I started reading this thread and i found out, that the bios i am using atm is not really good for power consumption and temperatures (in Furmark 1920x1080 burn-in-test it goes to 74 degrees C). If i want to overlock my g. card to something above 1100MHz, which is the best bios version? F43? And will it disable my HDMI port?
And am i able to flash this bios over the one i have atm? I would be very gratefull for help rolleyes.gif
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post #1277 of 1324
If your card is rev. 1, you won't have problems with hdmi. If you will have problems, just make a clean reinstall of your drivers. And yes, you won't have any problems reflashing the bios, but you must use under dos way for reflashing and force mode. There is a guide how to do it, but i am typing from my phone and it will be difficult for me to find it for you. F43 is the best bios for those cards. I was using it most of the time.
post #1278 of 1324
Thanks for a fast reply smile.gif Is it this thread you mean? Btw, because I am a bit busy and i think i would need a bit more time to understand fully how to flash it safetly (first time doing that), i was wondering what advantages will it give me? I didn't know default voltage was 1.25, so now i tried 1150MHz core and 1575MHz memory and it's completely stable. So the reflash would give me the possibility to just lower the power consumption and noise, yes?
post #1279 of 1324
Yes. And you will have the possibility to try those clocks with lower voltage. And when you use the card on stock it will run cooler because ot the lower voltage. What is your asics quality?

The thread i waw ment is in this forum.
Edited by Belkov - 4/19/14 at 6:33am
post #1280 of 1324
Ah i see. I quess it's worth trying then. Well, I've never checked it before, but now with stock 1.25 voltage it's 58,4 % thinking.gif
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