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Originally Posted by Question2 View Post

Here you go :



I downloaded the program nvidia inspector but im not sure how to use it to OC. Do i just move te slider bars?

I found this guide here : http://forum.notebookreview.com/gaming-software-graphics-cards/677169-nvidia-mobile-kepler-6xx-master-overclocking-guide-workaround-max-clocks-oc-stability.html

But it doesn't explain how to do any of the stuff like turn of dynamic boost, etc.

Can you save or upload the BIOS of your Clevo GTX 670MX or does it tell you that BIOS reading is not supported on this device?
post #203 of 658
Yea it says bios reading is not supportd on this device.

But i can just nvidia inspector to OC right?
post #204 of 658
Hey all thanks for this thread after some struggle I've got to the last step unfortunately when trying to flash the modded bios I'm getting "error 252: image file bios.ROM not found" I followed the instructions exactly. Any ideas? any help would be greatly appreciated it sucks being this close to the finish line....
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Originally Posted by platypusbuffet View Post

Hey all thanks for this thread after some struggle I've got to the last step unfortunately when trying to flash the modded bios I'm getting "error 252: image file bios.ROM not found" I followed the instructions exactly. Any ideas? any help would be greatly appreciated it sucks being this close to the finish line....
And what did you do? Where and what to write error? Write more details.
post #206 of 658
hello is there gonna be a tutorial for unlock the bios the vbios?
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hello is there gonna be a tutorial for unlock the bios the vbios?

Where?
post #208 of 658
I actually figured it out there was a problem with the USB I was trying to use. Got a different one and was able to finish the process. Just want to say thank you to this outstanding forum httuner especially. I've rooted plenty of phones but never o/c a PC or messed with bios or anything like that. I feel wiser for the experience and without these pages documenting your experiences I could never have done it. Thanks again folks happy gaming. ON TO WITCHER 2!
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Originally Posted by platypusbuffet View Post

I actually figured it out there was a problem with the USB I was trying to use. Got a different one and was able to finish the process. Just want to say thank you to this outstanding forum httuner especially. I've rooted plenty of phones but never o/c a PC or messed with bios or anything like that. I feel wiser for the experience and without these pages documenting your experiences I could never have done it. Thanks again folks happy gaming. ON TO WITCHER 2!
can you explain how did you do that?
post #210 of 658
Trial and error. I basically repeated all the steps and when I hit the same wall I used my wife's USB and didn't have a problem. Its possible I did something wrong the first two times I tried with my USB stick but process of elimination points to the USB I was using seeing as how it worked the third time with the new stick no problem. I'm pretty inexperienced just learning as I go but thats the conclusion I came to. Currently I'm running 910/1000 hertz with nvidia inspector its given me a significant performance boost (best score on 3dmark 11 so far is 5690) its not quite hitting what's httuner achieved, but I'm still tweaking. I'm getting a lot of artifacts past that setting tho so I might have to be happy with what I've got unless I want to over volt. All in all tho impressive results I haven't done a stress test yet or any extensive (3 hour +) gaming yet but the highest temp I've seen is about 63c and I'm running witcher 2 with max everything (ubersampling enabled) and hitting between 20 and 30 fps depending on the load at any given time. Definitely worth the effort of modding this bios. This forum rocks.
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