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Works with the new hybrid bios that i have linked above now, thanks smile.gif
Works on normal bios from GTX 670PE too.
Will you add the feature to change the "Default Clock and Boost Clock" instead of just the "Max Clock" ? (with another bios)

Changing the max clock directly effects how high the cards "max boost" will be.
Kepler is very dynamic and makes some of these values like clock speed and voltage hard to explain in few words. tongue.gif
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What for you guys use to flash

Sent from my MB886
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What for you guys use to flash

Sent from my MB886

Was supposed to say what program do you use to flash?

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So there is going to be no way to have a specific boost clock speed without using another BIOS from a different card? All the BIOS's in the database for 660 ti's don't go up to the boost clock I need for my card.
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Update: version: 0.5
1. Added option to change the default boost clock by up to 52MHz.
2. Added support for 690 "power target" values.
3. Fixed "power target" showing on unsupported firmware and corrupting the firmware with invalid data.
4. You can now remodify firmware that has been modified by this tool.
5. Added default clock, boost clock, and max clock read out of the modified firmware on the review and download page.
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Thanks for this update, one question though, my firmware reads as 980 boost clock but my card actually will boost up to 1075 without any overclocking, so if I use your program and add 52 to the boost will it add it to the 980 or the 1075?
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Can`t change Voltages at my EVGA SCS GTX680, why?
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Thanks for this update, one question though, my firmware reads as 980 boost clock but my card actually will boost up to 1075 without any overclocking, so if I use your program and add 52 to the boost will it add it to the 980 or the 1075?

After doing some more testing with my card changing the boost clock only seems to change the read out from GPU-Z but the actual clock speed is not effected.
The max clock is what effects the max boost directly.

I am working on rewriting that hole part of the tool.
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Can`t change Voltages at my EVGA SCS GTX680, why?

It's a know issue when reading 680 firmware and will be fixed soon.
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Update: version: 0.6
1. Replaced "Replace Max Clock and "Boost Clock" with "Max Clock" (Allows up to change the max boost clock by up to 52MHz)
2. Fixed reading voltage table with 680 firmware.

Edit - 12.24.2012 12:22PM : Sorry there was a issue after updating to 0.6 that kept the max clock from working. That has now been fixed. thumb.gif
Edited by V3DT - 12/24/12 at 9:22am
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Anyone willing to write up a quick guide that explains how to use this thing yet?
     
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