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post #191 of 256
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Originally Posted by feniks View Post

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.

Right he posted it in another thread a couple days back, I don't know why he is telling people this because you don't have to remove it also I've never had to disable it in the NV control panel either.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1340025/guru3d-guru3d-releases-catzilla-benchmark/270#post_18945610
Edited by USFORCES - 1/3/13 at 8:30pm
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post #192 of 256
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One

I have a gigabyte gtx 670 windfoce x3 with latest bios.
When I upload my firmware my checksum is 0



It's safe to flash the output bios?
Thanks biggrin.gif


GK104.zip 56k .zip file
post #193 of 256
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Originally Posted by Steffolo View Post

I have a gigabyte gtx 670 windfoce x3 with latest bios.
When I upload my firmware my checksum is 0



It's safe to flash the output bios?
Thanks biggrin.gif


GK104.zip 56k .zip file
Yes, as you can see it only says do not flash if the fixed checksum does not match the old checksum, and they do.




Has anyone had any luck on 650ti's? I am worried since it said unknown for power target, etc.
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I like it and it worked for my 4 gtx 680 classifieds.
I do wanna make 1 suggestion. Increase value range for Max Boost Clock.

I had all 4 cards running at 1306mhz but it seems my mem clock dropped drastically from a stable 775 to 0.
Reduced it it by choosing -54 but I'd like to reduce it a little bit more.
Had General create a bios for me and he had it set for 1202 and that seemed like it was the sweet spot to work with when increasing the offsets via precision for optimizing the OC
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any clock tables for the 660 ftw's? tells me unknown clock tables at website.
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post #196 of 256
Thankyou so much for this program.

It definantly works the best with my GTX 680 FTW card.

The Kepler Boost Editor program does not allow me to open up my original bios and mod it (have to use other bios's for it to work for me)

The KGB method allows me unlock my card and use the default values of the program but cannot change the values in the cfg.

But this program works great. Amazing work.
post #197 of 256
Is this supposed to be better than the KGB BIOS editor?
post #198 of 256
Which tool is best all comes down to opinion.

I personaly like this modifier the best because it's the only way I can modify my FTW bios the way I want to without any problems because with my particular bios it is very picky about what I can use with it.

If my bios worked well with any of the tools out there I'd probably pick this one as my favorite--> http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?28149-Nvidia-Kepler-Bios-Editor-v1.1-f%FCr-GTX-6xx-Reihe-680-670-660-650

But that program does not let me use my original bios it only let's me mod a bios that was not intended for my card.....it is alway's best to try to use a bios made for your card especialy if your card does not use a reference design. Hope this helps.
post #199 of 256
what's the maximum allowed Max TDP one can use on 670 2GB reference? 150% or more?

I am running 150% now and my secondary card gets severely throttled often from 1267MHz down to 1215MHz ... hmmm ... while trying to stabilize the boosted clock on secondary 670 in SLI (physx enabled on secondary card) I noticed that it gets throttled because TDP reaches up to 145% on it, while primary card (no physx enabled obviously) does a steady 1267MHz at max 117% TDP at same time ... testing it in Heaven 3.0 with maxed out settings in 1920x1200 @ 60Hz (max for my screen).

... or anybody tried moving physx calculations to CPU instead while cards in SLI? need to do some 3dmark11 benches and compare numbers ...

EDIT:
moving Physx computation to CPU changes nothing, exactly same behavior still...
Edited by feniks - 2/7/13 at 9:37pm
post #200 of 256
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what's the maximum allowed Max TDP one can use on 670 2GB reference? 150% or more?

I am running 150% now and my secondary card gets severely throttled often from 1267MHz down to 1215MHz ... hmmm ... while trying to stabilize the boosted clock on secondary 670 in SLI (physx enabled on secondary card) I noticed that it gets throttled because TDP reaches up to 145% on it, while primary card (no physx enabled obviously) does a steady 1267MHz at max 117% TDP at same time ... testing it in Heaven 3.0 with maxed out settings in 1920x1200 @ 60Hz (max for my screen).

... or anybody tried moving physx calculations to CPU instead while cards in SLI? need to do some 3dmark11 benches and compare numbers ...

EDIT:
moving Physx computation to CPU changes nothing, exactly same behavior still...

Basically, you can set the limit as high as you want to. But at some point you will be limited by the amount of power physically being delivered to the board. Try upping the limit to 200% and see what happens.

145% seems a bit high though. It equals about 250watt (especially when the 670 cards only get 225watts delivered in total)

When that is said, the boost is not only based on TDP and Temperatures, the GPU monitors several other things around the board. I believe nVidia said 8 things, but don't quote me on that :S
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