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Originally Posted by Mphill View Post


Hello community, I am a new member to this site and I have spent the past two hours reading through this entire topic of overclocking my ASUS G75VX with the 670mx graphics card. I am a little stumped... I have read that if I can not save my VBIOS file through GPU-Z then I must have a GPU BIOS that is integrated with my system BIOS? If that is true then I can not use the file that hunter posted on page 1? I am wondering how I can get the most out of my card as safely as possible... currently I am overclocked using MSI-afterburner +135 on the core and +1000 on the memory. I tried using nvidia inspector to increase the memory to +1100 all the way up to +1200 and my screen got distorted and I ended up having to do a reboot to return the settings back to normal.

Any help or guidance would be much appreciated as I understand if you flash a new VBIOS on top of something you shouldn't that you can brick your computer. I also read something about only using with VBIOS version .204? When I read the BIOS version on GPU-Z it does not have .204 anywhere in it?

Thanks for any help, and I look forward to being a future valuable member to this website who doesn't ask questions all the time!!
Hi! In ASUS G75VX vbios is integrated into system BIOS and therefore GPU-Z and Nvflash can not create dump of vbios.
204 and 206 is not number version of vbios, it is number version of system bios.
post #452 of 658
Thanks for the quick response klem. Is it possible to overclock my 670mx past the limits of 135/1000? Or is it not worth the aggravation because my vbios is integrated with my system bios? Thanks for the reply!! Just trying to get some more fps out of this thing when I am working with my 3dmodels and playing games like bf4.

*edit, If I am reading this right I can follow hthunter instructions and when i apply his custom gpu vbios it will overwrite the original one embedded in my system bios? I just want to make sure I am clear on the instructions so I don't break anything.
Edited by Mphill - 3/18/14 at 8:29am
post #453 of 658
Hey guys I'm running my g75 with 670mx at the 135 and 1000 + which is the stock max overclock, after going into my bios I have the .206 bios and the method that was uploaded does not work since that's for.204 I've also tried using the nvidia inspector route and I get driver crashes every time. Anyone have a working method so I can push it higher? Thanks smile.gif
post #454 of 658
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Hey guys I'm running my g75 with 670mx at the 135 and 1000 + which is the stock max overclock, after going into my bios I have the .206 bios and the method that was uploaded does not work since that's for.204 I've also tried using the nvidia inspector route and I get driver crashes every time. Anyone have a working method so I can push it higher? Thanks smile.gif
See your PM box.
post #455 of 658
Klems methods worked like a champ.. strongly recommend him for overclocking your card wink.gif thanks buddy!
post #456 of 658
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Originally Posted by l67swap View Post

Klems methods worked like a champ.. strongly recommend him for overclocking your card wink.gif thanks buddy!
What methods did you use?

Could you post a tutorial here on how you were able to get it to work?

I mean, that's what this site is for right? Tutorials on how to do these kinds of things.

WHERES THE TUTORIALS@>!>!>!>!!>
post #457 of 658
He wrote me a custom bios for my. 206 bios I had on my laptop, so all I had to do was flash it with the voltages and clock speeds I wanted.. running at 950 core, 2400 memory stable as can be and never gets over 74c.
post #458 of 658
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Originally Posted by Klem View Post

See your PM box.

I got the same setup with .206 Bios-Version. Can you help me as well Klem? =)
post #459 of 658
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Originally Posted by Flip86 View Post

I got the same setup with .206 Bios-Version. Can you help me as well Klem? =)
Sent you PM.
post #460 of 658
Klem, I have a g75vx with 670 mx asus-Bios Version 206, would you send me the modified bios(core 950/memo 2400), sorry for my English because I'm French, thanks
Edited by Alex677 - 4/20/14 at 8:30pm
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