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post #151 of 658
So I had upgraded the bios to 206, made a backup of it, modified it using your guide and reflashed. The oc limits are unlocked now, temps are below 70C, but if I try and play a game, the game will crash after running for a few minutes. No artifacts or aberrations, and my temp stays under 70 the whole time. Is it a driver issue? Also I notice when I run oc scan it throttles despite the gpu being around 65C. Is there something I'm missing? I'm on windows 8 using evga precision x. Do I need to adjust the voltage or keep it at .925 mV? Kinda new to this, but I'm trying to learn what I can from previous posts. Thanks!
post #152 of 658
Is there realy no one that has 3D Version of this machine? All I need to know which video bios version it has..
post #153 of 658
jmhdj
In ASUS G75VX all bioses for all laptops (with 3D and without 3D).
In Legasy module in bios 206 (G75VX) placed only 4 videobioses, 2 for GTX670MX and 2 for GTX660M.
For GTX670MX:
1. 80.04.97.00.11 (3N13E-GR-A2 ASID:N62G75600.003)
2. 80.04.97.00.13 (3N13E-GR-A2 ASID:N62G75500.003)

13 you try later, now try 11
Edited by Klem - 5/17/13 at 12:49pm
post #154 of 658
Hey guys new here, but i'm posting in regards to httuner's overclocking guide. I'm very interested in the vbios mod . I'm wondering if the steps for OC the gtx 670mx on page one is still accurate, for flashing the GPU only? I have the asus g75vx, and love it, except for the fact I can only clock it to 135/1000 using MSI afterburner. My bios is .206 will I have any problems with just using the vbios mod? Or will I have to flash my bios with your system bios mod aswell? Thank you for your time.
post #155 of 658
Quote:
Originally Posted by Klem View Post

jmhdj
In ASUS G75VX all bioses for all laptops (with 3D and without 3D).
In Legasy module in bios 206 (G75VX) placed only 4 videobioses, 2 for GTX670MX and 2 for GTX660M.
For GTX670MX:
1. 80.04.97.00.11 (3N13E-GR-A2 ASID:N62G75600.003)
2. 80.04.97.00.13 (3N13E-GR-A2 ASID:N62G75500.003)

13 you try later, now try 11

I have 80.04.97.00.13. Can you post here or send me other one to my email please? I already sent you email but here it is: jmhdj1@yahoo.no
Thanks for helping me.
post #156 of 658
Got a quick q for you. Do you extra the bios file from using nvflash? I can't get my bios from GPUZ because its locked down via dell and their bios. I've got a 420M chip and I've looked around alot and I've found someone has done it before, I'm just wondering how I get the original bios file since GPUZ won't work..?

Stock clock on the 420m is 500/800 core/memory. @ 0.900V. I'm hoping I can increase the core voltage which will effectively increase the memory voltage because I need a memory boost. Right now on stock voltage I can OC to 660MHz stable, can't touch the memory. I'm hoping a little bump in voltage could increase my memory potential.

Worth trying to squeeze every ounce of power from this 420m pos....
post #157 of 658
http://www.sendspace.com/file/pe17d6

here is a link

requesting gpu n cpu overclock... got enought ram just want to utilize max resources...

thank you for all who may help
post #158 of 658
jmhdj

See your e-mail. I send file for you.
post #159 of 658
mohammed.alyousef.13@gmail.com
post #160 of 658
i like to thank you all dearly and sincerely for all your honest help and assistance. especially prem... and htuner and klem and many others.... pretty nice team and forum bringing you guys together... good thing...

managed to mod the bios cpu and gpu in a way... after bricking my lap twice... but all just for health concerns....

i emailed the stuff to prem... and like to thank you all for everything....

thank you again

and i do apologize for any inconvenience i may have caused... (double posting, asking kinda silly questions, etc...) nothing intended i just dont know... but good thing i came here..
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