Here's one http://www.mediafire.com/?n6pt1qtutpo1aq1
Here's another attached to a post. Can't find the ones on the rig though, I had about four more from people but I've formatted twice since my DC2T bios test faze so maybe I never moved them out.
These would be some of them though, just not directly from folks;67220.127.116.11.2.AS01.U36718.104.22.168.1.AS04.U26722.214.171.124.2.AS01.U267126.96.36.199.1.AS02.U267188.8.131.52.4.AS09.U267184.108.40.206.4.AS09.U367220.127.116.11.4.AS05.U36718.104.22.168.4.AS05.U2
Also here's two links to OC unlocked BIOS, I use one of the links but don't remember which. (they look to be same file just uploaded six months apart)
Here's a link to the main page with all the ASUS 7970 BIOS but I've already linked you the DC2T's one the rest are for the non Top, reference, and Matrix Platinum (normal one as well).
LMAO forgot ATI flash and stuff
To flash here's a link for the files you'll need
In that thread get the HP USB Format Tool 2.2.3 and DOS Start Files (win98boot)
and download the latest atiflash here: http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2166l/atiflash_399.zip
the one in the thread is a little old.
Now just follow the 2 step on the Techpowerup forums to make a usb bootable drive then copy the atiflasher.exe inside the zip you downloaded and also copy the BIOS inside zips (as in unzip files and program). Now restart your pc and change your boot options to have the usb as your first priority.
The commands you'll need are http://www.overclock.net/t/640063/unofficial-how-to-flash-ati-cards/0_100
atiflash.exe -s 0 backup.bin
atiflash.exe -f -p 0 newbios.bin
are what you need to know.
Remember you can also make a back up of your bios with GPU z and when flipping the little switch for the bios change make sure you only do it when the PC is off and and power cycle it once before you start it. So in essence you turn pc off, flip switch, turn pc off let the BIOS screen appear then turn it off again, now boot it up fully. That's just to make sure the GPU switches BIOS.
Oh and when you make the backups name them somethign like "towards back" or "towards mobo" so you remember what side each bios is in. Sorry for the UBER long post
oh and the voltage on the OC BIOS goes up to 1.4 instead of the base max of 1.182.
Btw sorry it took me a bit to respond, I work grave on the west coast so usually don't wake up till 4pm-ish PST. Good luck.Edited by Junkboy - 3/12/13 at 4:40pm