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Cheers!

I found this topic

http://www.overclock.net/t/1521334/official-nvflash-with-certificate-checks-bypassed-for-gtx-970-980 that by the look of things has the newest version of nvflash (it even automatically disables your adapter lol)

and they have a link to this guide http://www.overclock.net/t/1523391/easy-nvflash-guide-with-pictures-for-gtx-970-980

It's practically the same as the mini guide you posted so I guess I should just use -6 parameter. Is it safe to use this new nvflash for my titan as in it's not only for 900 series?

Thanx

I think so mate.
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I tried to flash skyn3t-vBios-1006-350w-439w-125%slide bios ) using this new version ( of nvflash but I got some errors



Could someone explain to me what seems to be the problem? What do I have to do now to flash new bios?
Thank you
Edited by Semel - Yesterday at 3:09 pm
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I'm also looking to flash my card's BIOS so I can push it a little further. However I'm new to this whole thing and I'm not sure which BIOS file to use. So far I've only come across this one
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Originally Posted by Naennon View Post

for you and all of you getting throtteling problems or not the expected overclocking results

take my bios attached to this post
(selfmade, working, tested)

it has 10DE - neutral NVidia vendor
it has 1.212 VCore
it has 115% power
it has 1400 boost limit
it has 275watts at 100% entry

121gb115.zip 132k .zip file

result with that:



Some results pls smile.gif

But it's quite old. Also I'd like to ask Semel,is your Titan using the stock air cooler? I'm guessing you are flashing the BIOS to overclock it yes?
I have some worries about the temps and throttling...I mean the card is pretty hot as it is, reaching 80C at 1124 Mhz in most games. I'll be watching this thread and hopefully you can get your problem solved...I'm too chicken to take the gamble myself xD
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Yeah it is using a stock air cooler. But I'm not aiming at some huge OC just 1150-1200 max with a custom fan settings.

Anyways, I managed to flash my titan using nvflash DOS version lol

PS 1124 is already higher than default boost values. 994 is supposed to be max for a titan. I wanted a new bios not only because of OCing capabilities but because I don't like boost 2.0 technology. wink.gif
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I'm also looking for those values. I'd be happy with 1200 Mhz. Can you point me to the BIOS that you used?
As for nvflash DOS I've no idea what that is or how to use it. Yes I'm that noobish.

1124 Mhz is just me simply moving the core offset to 105 in Afterburner. It stays that way in most games but in recent games like GTA V and TW3 the card will heat up to around 79 C and then it'll downclock to 1110 Mhz or so. How are your temps?
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Yeah I had the same temperature when running at this core clock speed, so it is pretty hot and I guess I'll just have to enjoy this minor "OC" but without stupid boost.
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nvflash DOS

DOS version of bios flashing utility(see the first post)
Edited by Semel - Yesterday at 5:23 pm
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Ah I understand now. I'll give this nvflash a try and hope it works. I'll use the same BIOS you did.

Edit: I did it...it worked and i can breathe a sigh of relief xD Now I don't know what to do with my new found power.

Edit 2: HOLY COW! All I did was change the fan profile and set the graphics options to ultra in GTA V. The lowest the fps dropped was 43. It mostly hovered in the 50s. Before, Ultra settings would be in the low 40s and drop as low as the 20 sometimes. Is this even the same card!? I can't imagine the performance if I raised the clocks a tad.

Edit 3: Another question. How much does the memory clock affect performance?
Edited by brootalperry - Yesterday at 10:20 pm
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Generally not much. OCing memory should help with AA at t really high resolutions but if you play at 1080p or something like that I don't think u should bother with OCing memory.

Anyways, I tried to achieve 1200 core speed but I guess I got a bad card in this regard lol even pushing voltage to its max and increasing power draw didn't help maintain stability and the temp was really high considering how loud GPU fan was;))
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Well just for record what is your ASIC quality? Mine is 81.6%
I haven't tried to push the core clock or anything yet. I set the power limit in Afterburner to 110 and raised the temp limit to 90. I haven't tested them yet though.
If the memory clock helps with AA then increasing that should help me play quite a lot of games comfortably at 1440p I hope. I'll play around with it some.

The fan speed for me went all the way up to 91% but the temps stayed in the low 70s. It's really really loud, which makes me wonder if i can even reach 1200 on the core without it going nuclear. I'm already looking for an aftermarket cooler. Perhaps this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835186097
Edited by brootalperry - Today at 12:58 am
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Okay I found something interesting. Moving the memory clock updates and shows correctly in the OSD and the Afterburner window, but the core clock doesn't and if I change the core voltage or the core clock sliders then it'll show a clock of 575 Mhz both in the Afterburner window and the OSD. Only way for me to know the core clock is to keep GPU-Z open while playing and then checking it afterwards...no bueno.

Nvm I got it to work somehow.
Edited by brootalperry - Today at 2:48 am
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