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post #271 of 658
This thread about laptop ASUS G75VX only! Why you dont ask what you need to do with your Medion? It`s have to much differents!
post #272 of 658
scroll back a page of 10 /11, second how the **** the whole bios stop working if i only update a gpu bios what i tried before without system and that worked xD

http://www.overclock.net/t/1370714/gtx-670mx-overclocking-updated-custom-bios-file/120#post_19764281


so i picked the modified msi one cuz my medion is manufactured by msi with an msi 670mx

it still starts up my cd so i might need to look if i can put some dos with the files on a cd smile.gif
dont know other solution than this atm

and yes i noticed it went wrong and what went wrong smile.gif but all im looking for is a solution when i sitll have the original bios biggrin.gif
Edited by Veldmuus - 9/11/13 at 2:09pm
post #273 of 658
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Originally Posted by Klem View Post

This thread about laptop ASUS G75VX only! Why you dont ask what you need to do with your Medion? It`s have to much differents!

Where is that stated?

I also have an medion erazer x7819, and I'm interested in this thread.

Will try the modded flash from the last page and see if that works, its very rare to find something useable for this laptops
post #274 of 658
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Originally Posted by xxramboxx View Post

Where is that stated?

I also have an medion erazer x7819, and I'm interested in this thread.

Will try the modded flash from the last page and see if that works, its very rare to find something useable for this laptops

get yours first with gpu-z and check if it is the same tongue.gif before u even try...
post #275 of 658
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Originally Posted by Veldmuus View Post

get yours first with gpu-z and check if it is the same tongue.gif before u even try...

Thx for the reply..smile.gif

Everything the same but with a different checksum.. Am i safe to use this flash?
post #276 of 658
Veldmuus i think i know your problem.

You should not flash with mmtool as the device id and vendor id of the gtx 670mx are not listed in mmtool.

this means that the vbios is a separate one than the main bios, so you flashed the gtx 670mx probably ontop of another device ( I assume the first one, 10ec,5209; the realtek card driver)
post #277 of 658
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Originally Posted by xxramboxx View Post

Veldmuus i think i know your problem.

You should not flash with mmtool as the device id and vendor id of the gtx 670mx are not listed in mmtool.

this means that the vbios is a separate one than the main bios, so you flashed the gtx 670mx probably ontop of another device ( I assume the first one, 10ec,5209; the realtek card driver)

neh the first one gave error so i picked a random i flashed over my intel hd graphics i think. i found already an original bios for my X6823, and the whitehouse msi bios msi whitehousebut both are not in rom. since i openend my laptop and saw it was a ami Bios it would normally be easy to restore.

still no succes ( but also cant find a original rom for the x6823 ) smile.gif



these would be instructions
Case 2:
In case of a BAD flash, a blind-flash will be required.

1. Remove any files from your USB that aren't the necessary bootable DOS files.

2. Pick a ROM you want to flash (doesn't have to be the original), but it MUST be one for your notebook specifically.

3. Rename the file.ROM to AMIBOOT.ROM and put it on your flash drive.

4. Plug in your flash drive in a USB 2.0 slot.

5. As soon as your notebook turns on and nothing is displayed, spam Ctrl + Home (In my case, the MS-16F2 is Ctrl + Fn + PgUp or Ctrl + Shift + NumPad 7).

6. You should hear four (4) beeps and the BIOS should begin flashing itself.




but further i dont want to hijack this threadt any longer thanks for the support smile.gif if u got something to help me pls PM me.

got it working ENDLY xD now flashing the custom vbios ty xD
Edited by Veldmuus - 9/11/13 at 4:22pm
post #278 of 658
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Originally Posted by andydam View Post

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7123462

Got that at 1100mhz.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7148798

Reran it, didn't realize performance mode was on.
post #279 of 658
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Originally Posted by Klem View Post

Ok. Moded. Try. GK104.zip 52k .zip file

Tried it as I got the same Bios.
While the default clock in gpu z is listed as 902mhz, the highest clock my notebook get is 601, the standard clock, afterburner or the likes dont help at this one as the only thing changeable seem to be the memory clock.

Tried forcing a pstate with nvidia inspector, but even at 700 mhz core clocks i got massive problems that I dont got without the bios at 745.

Maybe you know the problem? I would like to overclock my gtx 670mx further as at 135/1000 i only get like 62 C

Thanks smile.gif
Edited by xxramboxx - 9/11/13 at 5:36pm
post #280 of 658
Ok.
Edited by Klem - 1/10/14 at 9:09pm
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