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Does this work on the gtx690?
People are having problems modifying the gtx690 bios' for more voltage.
Thanks.smile.gif

It should, but I can't confirm it will for sure because I don't own a GTX 690 tongue.gif
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Hello,

Thanks for this great tool !

What's the difference between voltage table 1 and 2 ?

I will try this on newest MSI hybrid vbios for GTX 670PE.
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Hello,
Thanks for this great tool !
What's the difference between voltage table 1 and 2 ?
I will try this on newest MSI hybrid vbios for GTX 670PE.

A couple different firmware files I have checked have 2 different voltages set.
If they both match with your firmware and you want to raise the voltage just raise both to the same value.
Edited by V3DT - 12/21/12 at 4:48pm
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Doesn't work with this hybrid uefi vbios (newest from MSI) : http://ufg8pf.1fichier.com/

Card model: MSI GTX 670 PE / OC
Firmware version: 80.04.4B.00.47 (P2004-0005)

The card boot to Windows but no 3D driver and poor resolution ^^

I have tested :

"200000 - 300000 - 1.18V - 1.18V"
"175000 - 275000 - 1.18V - 1.18V"

Revert back to original, fix the problem.
Edited by GoforceReloaded - 12/21/12 at 5:29pm
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Doesn't work with this hybrid uefi vbios (newest from MSI) : http://ufg8pf.1fichier.com/
Card model: MSI GTX 670 PE / OC
Firmware version: 80.04.4B.00.47 (P2004-0005)
The card boot to Windows but no 3D driver and poor resolution ^^
I have tested :
"200000 - 300000 - 1.18V - 1.18V"
"175000 - 275000 - 1.18V - 1.18V"
Revert back to original, fix the problem.

If you can try 1.18v without changing the power target. I am looking into it now, but I need you to check that.
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It worked with only the voltage set to 1.18V.

The card boost up to 1306.5Mhz with 1.212V.

But the card throttle on few bench because of the power.
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It worked with only the voltage set to 1.18V.
The card boost up to 1306Mhz with 1.212V.
But the card throttle on few bench because of the power.

Thank you for the feedback and checking that.
I think I know the issue now. I checked the firmware you linked with the values you posted and based on your result without changing the power target it seems to be a issue with the checksum.

If I am right currently if the new checksum minus the old checksum equals a negative number the driver will not load because of the way my code patched it.

It will be fixed in the next version.
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On your version 0.2 what is the max clock value?
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can you add fullsupport for GTX 660 non Ti please, and one point i think important that the board power, although we can slide bar powerlimit over 100% but the fact coreclock still down when the power pass 100% mad.gif
thank you very much for your software
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On your version 0.2 what is the max clock value?

You have the boost clock and you have the max clock or max boost your card may never hit the true max clock as it's listed.
For example the max clock on the 670 FTW is 1293MHz yet mine would hit 1228MHz max than I replaced the table with one from a slower EVGA 670 card the max clock was then 1254MHz and my card hit 1188MHz max.
1293 - 1228 = 65 offset
1254 - 1188 = 66 offset


Update: Version: 0.3
1. Fixed checksum issue with negative values.
2. Added file naming box next to download button.
Edited by V3DT - 12/22/12 at 3:26pm
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