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Feels great don't it? drunken.gif

Here's a Heaven 4.0 run, another frequent offender-



No throttle even up to 80C!

Spread the word, OCN (specifically Naennon) has done it wink.gif

Where can Naennon's BIOS be found? I wanna test it out on my 2 throttlers thumb.gif
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Haven't tried the memory yet. I'm flashing the second Titan now and then will try SLI and OC'ing the memory.

And yes, 1202mhz is the stock Boost speed on this BIOS wink.gif


So, quick question Naennon. This BIOS has the stock voltage at 1.212v? What happens when I go to Voltage & Tweaks and set it up to +38mv? Does it go up or does that not actually do anything now and is ignored?

Also, if the voltage slider doesn't do anything now, can you make the 1.212v limit higher with a subsequent BIOS? Meh, what's wrong with me. I should just be happy at 1202mhz.
It is the exact same bios... in terms of voltage and downclocks really I put it in a hex editor and compared it...
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Where can Naennon's BIOS be found? I wanna test it out on my 2 throttlers thumb.gif

Test away my friend. You'll love it. I'll search for it now, it was a few pages back. I'll edit this post with the link in a minute.

In the meantime, if anyone knows hwy this isn't working... I could have sworn that to flash the GPU in the second slot, you just enter a -1 in the commands when flashing, but it's giving me this outcome instead frown.gif Anyone know what the problem is?



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It is the exact same bios... in terms of voltage and downclocks really I put it in a hex editor and compared it...

Wait, what do you mean? It's the same as a stock BIOS as far as the voltage and downclocking? What's it doing different then to get rid of it?
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Naennon, wow +rep, +2, my Titans are totally different cards now. Good job man!!!! thumb.gif

Now running at 1190 rock stable 5 runs in valley, no throttling. And it was my first test. Now I will try raising it. biggrin.gif
    
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Test away my friend. You'll love it. I'll search for it now, it was a few pages back. I'll edit this post with the link in a minute.

In the meantime, if anyone knows hwy this isn't working... I could have sworn that to flash the GPU in the second slot, you just enter a -1 in the commands when flashing, but it's giving me this outcome instead frown.gif Anyone know what the problem is?



Wait, what do you mean? It's the same as a stock BIOS as far as the voltage and downclocking? What's it doing different then to get rid of it?
I've had this Nvidia vendor bios on my pc for about 3 weeks already it is from Techpowerup's database but it doesn't differ from the already uploaded bioses except where he didn't lock the voltage.
It is pretty easy to achieve now the bios editor is updated for Titan
just give me a sec I'll show you.
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For nvflash with multi cards I always used the index command (i=x) to select the gpu. i=1 should do it.
    
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I wonder if Nvidia's specific throttling fix that Manuel G. was talking about will be similar to Naennon's bios edit?
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I've had this Nvidia vendor bios on my pc for about 3 weeks already it is from Techpowerup's database but it doesn't differ from the already uploaded bioses except where he didn't lock the voltage.
It is pretty easy to achieve now the bios editor is updated for Titan
just give me a sec I'll show you.

Cool, I didn't even know it was done by others and easy. That's awesome. So what's the voltage at for this BIOS? And what's the limit?

You don't by any chance know why I'm having trouble flashing the second card do you?
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Cool, I didn't even know it was done by others and easy. That's awesome. So what's the voltage at for this BIOS? And what's the limit?

You don't by any chance know why I'm having trouble flashing the second card do you?
It only became easy as soon as the tool was updated and it was updated yesterday or so.
Still you can't touch the max voltage and setable voltage without hex editing this tool is just easier for non extremes (very helpful tool though)

As said above you should give syntax to dedicate the flash to the second card.

I might try and make the voltage setable while still forcing 1.2125V something that can't be done with the tool.

Oh and for how he made the bios we start with a blank techpowerup provided bios and let the tool do the work







Edited by maarten12100 - 3/11/13 at 4:25pm
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Here's pretty much all the changes I see in Naennon's modded bios

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