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How do I mod Kepler BIOS? Or overvolt more?

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I want to know how to mod Kepler BIOS. I am a known Nvidia BIOS modder for N5110 Inspiron. I made like 20 BIOS files for that notebook.

Now on the desktop side I switched back to Nvidia.

Now I want to know what you guys did with your GTX670 or GTX680 if you did it manually.

I can do max 1.138v on my GTX650 which is pretty much nothing. I want 1.2v on my card but I have no Idea how the voltages are stored in the BIOS.

For my GT-525M it was hex 0x55 for 0.85v. But with Kepler I have no idea.
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Now I want to know what you guys did with your GTX670 or GTX680 if you did it manually.
I can do max 1.138v on my GTX650 which is pretty much nothing. I want 1.2v on my card but I have no Idea how the voltages are stored in the

http://www.overclock.net/t/1289489/gtx-680-670-unlocked-voltage-bios

Those link will help you, but even you can modding the voltage on your card, I doubt your card can handle it, because GTX 650 (in other words the core itself) is not designed to overclock too much. You need at least the 660 IF you want to see the higher performance from your card.
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If you can point me to a example of how someone did it that would be great. Maybe I can make a script or a tool to automate it all. I have the holidays now.

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If you can point me to a example of how someone did it that would be great. Maybe I can make a script or a tool to automate it all. I have the holidays now.
Your questions might be better answered at KGB - Kepler BIOS Editor/Unlocker.
Thread starter is the author of a software unlocker for Kepler BIOS. He recently released version 0.5.
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Your questions might be better answered at KGB - Kepler BIOS Editor/Unlocker.
Thread starter is the author of a software unlocker for Kepler BIOS. He recently released version 0.5.

I'm curious to see what he ends up being able to do with his editor. Ideally, I would like to be able to OC my card (voltage, speed, fan profile) with just a bios flash instead of using software.
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