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Here is a quick video I made. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dy7y84jq454
It is not a "tutorial" but it does show it working.

Do you have any eta of when you might get a tutorial up?
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^^^1+ on that one. I'm wanting to know too!
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^^ +2, and +3 for my g/f too who wants to use this for her new GPU too thumb.gif
     
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I took the big step and flashed my BIOS! Before I was only stable at 1228mhz core and now I'm testing 1325mhz! I was unstable at 1333mhz but when I flashed the BIOS I set the boost voltage from stock 1.175v to 1.212v so stable at higher clocks now!

Stock voltage and 1228mhz


Modded BIOS at 1325mhz
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I took the big step and flashed my BIOS! Before I was only stable at 1228mhz core and now I'm testing 1325mhz! I was unstable at 1333mhz but when I flashed the BIOS I set the boost voltage from stock 1.175v to 1.212v so stable at higher clocks now!
Stock voltage and 1228mhz

Modded BIOS at 1325mhz
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I do still get the throttling at 70C but when it does it only goes down from 1.212v to 1.200v which still keeps me stable unlike before it would drop to 1.162v and be too low for such a high overclock, plus I forgot to say that I also added +150% power target from stock +123%

Steps I took after I modded the BIOS

Now all we need to do is put the new modified 1.rom back onto the gpu, To do this we need to use the USB DOS bootable Dongle that we created in step 1.
Take the nvflash files once you have extracted them and place them onto the USB DOS bootable Dongle, There should be 2 files.
Then place the 1.rom bios also on the USB DOS bootable Dongle.
8.Now the Dongle is ready to be booted from so reboot the PC and go into the bios.
Once you are in the bios make it so the PC boots from the dongle, Once this happens you will then have a flashing cursor telling you that you are in DOS mode.
9.Type in nvflash --list (press enter)
This will then tell you what gpu(s) that you have installed on your motherboard.
10.Type in nvflash -i1 1.rom (press enter)
It will then say flashing Gpu and press Y to confirm, so press Y and the flashing will commence which takes a few seconds.
If you have a second gpu with 2.rom.
Type in nvflash -i2 2.rom (press enter)
It will then say flashing Gpu and press Y to confirm, so press Y and the flashing will commence which takes a few seconds.
Once this is done reboot the PC go into the bios and reset your boot so it boots from your hardrive with the Windows OS on.
Edited by Xboxmember1978 - 12/29/12 at 3:56pm
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Hi V3DT,

Would you be able to take a look at the bios of my GTX 660 OEM? This tool does not recognize the Default, Boost, or Max clocks. Hopefully, I can use the program to give it a little more juice. In case you were wondering the core is a slimmed down GK104.

Thanks,
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Hey V3DT, did you ahve any free time to play with my Bios i sent to you.
this is repost my here we go about the mod bios

It does keep my both card at stock clock 1201MHz at 1.2v with this bios my cards won't down clock during games or bench's. I did gain 26MHz on my sec card now i can clock it to 1254MHz and my second card i did gain 11MHz now 1359MHz.

After some bios issues i manager to fix my mod and have my fixed clock up and running so my card stays on top clock all the time smile.gif .
PS: For those have SLI , before flash the cards make sure you remove the SLI BRIDGE before any flash.
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Do you have any eta of when you might get a tutorial up?

Are you wanting to know how to flash your card?

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Hey V3DT, did you ahve any free time to play with my Bios i sent to you.
this is repost my here we go about the mod bios
It does keep my both card at stock clock 1201MHz at 1.2v with this bios my cards won't down clock during games or bench's. I did gain 26MHz on my sec card now i can clock it to 1254MHz and my second card i did gain 11MHz now 1359MHz.
After some bios issues i manager to fix my mod and have my fixed clock up and running so my card stays on top clock all the time smile.gif .
PS: For those have SLI , before flash the cards make sure you remove the SLI BRIDGE before any flash. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

why did you have to remove it? I simply disabled SLI in NV control panel and flashed cards from windows using x64 version of nvflash from command line. it worked, 670 SLI here.
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