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Here you go:
614318.zip 56k .zip file
Voltage : 1212500
Power target: 150%
Fan min/max: 30/100
Enjoy.
V3DT is working on his tool at the moment, looks like he fixed it though it is now on v.7

Yep thumb.gif

Update: version: 0.7
1. Fixed checksum fix - (Corrected wrong variable that was messed up since version 0.3)
2. Added string length check. (Checks the original firmware with the modified version to make sure the size is the same, if not you will get a error message and will not be able to download the modified firmware)
3. Added modified firmware check. (If you attempt to use firmware modified with the tool once before you will get a error message telling you to use the original)
Edited by V3DT - 12/25/12 at 8:37am
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Nice gonna give this a shot once I get my new 3770k...major props!
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I will think about trying it if there will be a way to stop the undervolting and underclocking and let us change what temp that happens.
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Well if your smart you should have a backup plan when flashing like a extra card or if your running SLI only flash one at a time, bricking card is the chance you take when flashing I've had it happen with my 680's once already and in the past with other cards. It sucks biggrin.gif
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It's works great I've flashed mine 3 times with different settings problem is,
How does this work with these settings in the pic below I get 1215MHz boost and the voltage never goes much above 1.62 what I'm looking for is 1262MHz using 1.20v, normally I run 1225MHz with stock voltage gaming. I don't want to use evga precision if I don't have to flashing should do away with it, that's how I've always done it in the past with other cards it's one less program I don't need. smile.gif




EDIT: I flash mine back to stock for now until I figure it out....
Edited by USFORCES - 12/25/12 at 10:54pm
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Originally Posted by General123 View Post

Here you go:
614318.zip 56k .zip file
Voltage : 1212500
Power target: 150%
Fan min/max: 30/100
Enjoy.
V3DT is working on his tool at the moment, looks like he fixed it though it is now on v.7
Thank you !!!
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It's works great I've flashed mine 3 times with different settings problem is,
How does this work with these settings in the pic below I get 1215MHz boost and the voltage never goes much above 1.62 what I'm looking for is 1262MHz using 1.20v, normally I run 1225MHz with stock voltage gaming. I don't want to use evga precision if I don't have to flashing should do away with it, that's how I've always done it in the past with other cards it's one less program I don't need. smile.gif

EDIT: I flash mine back to stock for now until I figure it out....

In the picture you have voltage table 2 @ 1.2v and voltage table 1 @ 1.5v if they where both the same to start with and you want 1.2v set them both to 1.2v tongue.gif
The card will throttle down if the temp goes over 70c or the power target is hit.
If I have time later, I might add a bigger range to the "max clock" drop down.
Edited by V3DT - 12/26/12 at 5:51am
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Hey V3DT. Will there be a way to ever change the temp at which cards start to undervolt and underclock themselves?
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Hey V3DT. Will there be a way to ever change the temp at which cards start to undervolt and underclock themselves?

If it's controlled by the firmware (and I am sure it is) than there could be but I have not found where those values are kept yet tongue.gif
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I understand, I figured it would be in the firmware. I'll be jumping up and down the day you find those settings and I'm sure everyone else will too!
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