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No, because on most of the firmware I have looked at both are the same by default. There are only a few that have first set @ 1.212v (max) and the other set to 1.15v (normal) almost like the first set is disabled and not used. (voltage table 1) covers the first 3 values while (voltage table 2) covers the last 3 values
If you use KGB to mod the voltage it sets all 6 to the same no matter if they where the same to start with or not.


So the first one on the tool is for the boost?  The last one is for downclocks?

 

Just bought a EVGA 680 FTW because of this tool.  Thanks, keep up the great work!


Edited by BackwoodsNC - 12/26/12 at 7:03pm
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So did someone / can someone make a guide on this thing. I don't want to mess this up and I'm sure someone smarter than me has done this already with my card.

Question what real benefit can I see for my card? Unlocking higher voltages and such seems like something that would only be useful if you have water cooling on your cards because these can already run pretty hot with standard overclocks and stock voltages.
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So did someone / can someone make a guide on this thing. I don't want to mess this up and I'm sure someone smarter than me has done this already with my card.

Question what real benefit can I see for my card? Unlocking higher voltages and such seems like something that would only be useful if you have water cooling on your cards because these can already run pretty hot with standard overclocks and stock voltages.

Been begging its creator to make a tutorial ever since he made this thread - he said he planned to, but no word yet thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

That said, I'll use this tool and donate upon a successful flash, if only I had instructions for use smile.gif
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Maybe somebody help me ,i dont understand why my videocard frequency drop .WHEN IT start test 1463 then drop 1180-1230
videocard msi 670pe oc what i do wrong 677.zip 96k .zip file
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Either from hitting your power target or from temp and trying to get 1463mhz is probably not going to happen
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1463 mhz????? That's far too hight...
I would actually be impressed if you menage to game with that 670 at such clock... I think the maximun stable clock I ever read of, was like 100mhz slower...
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1463 mhz????? That's far too hight...
I would actually be impressed if you menage to game with that 670 at such clock... I think the maximun stable clock I ever read of, was like 100mhz slower...
read this http://www.overclock.net/t/1289489/gtx-680-670-unlocked-voltage-bios/2540
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