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post #631 of 640
ok finally i did it biggrin.gif

so i can see on nvidia inspector or msi afterbuner that can i increase baseclock more than 135 ( but sometimes not working and need to reboot again !!! )

so what should i do now ?

can i enable my secure boot now ? and disable lunch CSM ?


how much is stable to increase memclock and base clock without change any voltage ?rolleyes.gif




EDIT :

guys !! first time it showd that the base clock is unlocked ,

i restarted and enabled secureboot end fastboot and disabled lunch CSM , after reboot it is now unlock anymore !!!

what happened , my bios revered back to original by itself ???

or should i diable secureboot , fastboot ... from now on ?!

please help me
Edited by powerofviva - 3/11/15 at 4:44pm
post #632 of 640
guys !!

what happened to my laptop , i even can't overclock to 1000/135 like before !!!

the nvidia driver crashing after apply any overclock !!!

should i flash the originial bios and back to the yesterday ?
post #633 of 640
You should be able to restore all settings in bios menu. You changed those settings only to allow you to access the boot menu to boot from USB. What did you flash? Who's file did you use to flash the bios? Try to contact whoever's file you used for the flash. When you flash the new bios you have to do a hard reset.. Shutdown computer unplug remove battery and hold the power button for 30 seconds. Did you flash through dos or windows? Once again I would try contacting whoever's file you used.. If you are experiencing problems try to re flash the unlocked bios again and follow my instructions for a hard reset
post #634 of 640
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Originally Posted by Mphill View Post

You should be able to restore all settings in bios menu. You changed those settings only to allow you to access the boot menu to boot from USB. What did you flash? Who's file did you use to flash the bios? Try to contact whoever's file you used for the flash. When you flash the new bios you have to do a hard reset.. Shutdown computer unplug remove battery and hold the power button for 30 seconds. Did you flash through dos or windows? Once again I would try contacting whoever's file you used.. If you are experiencing problems try to re flash the unlocked bios again and follow my instructions for a hard reset

thank u for answering ,

i flashed the modified bios from the first post , and followed the instructions.

i did the hard reset , removed the batter ....

after that , when i boot with secureboor/fastboot =disable and lunch CSM =enable , it shows ( via afterburner and nvidia inspector ) that base clock is unlocked .

but when i boot with secureboor/fastboot =enable and lunch CSM =disable , it does not shows any unlock clock !! just the same 1000/135 !

anyway , i tried to overclock the memory and baseclock little higher , but the driver crash after pressing Apply !

even can't overclock like before to 1000/135 !

so what is your suggestion ? does the first post old and the biod file was bete !! or somethings like that ??

do you have any bios file that enable me to only overclock GPU more that default ?

thank u
post #635 of 640
Quote:
Originally Posted by powerofviva View Post

thank u for answering ,

i flashed the modified bios from the first post , and followed the instructions.

i did the hard reset , removed the batter ....

after that , when i boot with secureboor/fastboot =disable and lunch CSM =enable , it shows ( via afterburner and nvidia inspector ) that base clock is unlocked .

but when i boot with secureboor/fastboot =enable and lunch CSM =disable , it does not shows any unlock clock !! just the same 1000/135 !

anyway , i tried to overclock the memory and baseclock little higher , but the driver crash after pressing Apply !

even can't overclock like before to 1000/135 !

so what is your suggestion ? does the first post old and the biod file was bete !! or somethings like that ??

do you have any bios file that enable me to only overclock GPU more that default ?

thank u
You need to use your native vbios from your laptop, not from first post. And of course, you need make some modification in it. Just try to read carefully all instructions from RypeDub in this thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1493245/how-to-unlock-the-system-bios-on-an-asus-g75vx-nvidia-gtx-670mx-custom-vbios-overclock-tutorial
RypeDub was described in detail everything that you need.
post #636 of 640
Klem, I posted on the other thread as well. How come when I am in game the most the memory overclock ever gets to is 1193mhz when the overclock is set to 2400mhz? I have checked the memory speeds with multiple programs, nvidia inspector, gpu-z, hwmonitor and so fourth. Please shed some light on this for me
post #637 of 640
If you check my thread Mphill, you'll see I have some information for you.
post #638 of 640
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Originally Posted by Mphill View Post

Klem, I posted on the other thread as well. How come when I am in game the most the memory overclock ever gets to is 1193mhz when the overclock is set to 2400mhz? I have checked the memory speeds with multiple programs, nvidia inspector, gpu-z, hwmonitor and so fourth. Please shed some light on this for me

GDDR5, an abbreviation for double data rate type five synchronous graphics random access memory, is a modern type of synchronous graphics random access memory with a high bandwidth ("double data rate") interface designed for use in graphics cards, game consoles, and high-performance computation.
Different programs and games show different value (depending on how the software developer was decided), some programs and games show 1200, and some 2400 (1200x2). It is normal. In any case effective clock in this case is 4800MHz (1200x4). Dont worry.
Edited by Klem - 3/12/15 at 11:01pm
post #639 of 640
Thanks Klem, I am wondering what is the max overclock you were able to get with this card??
post #640 of 640
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mphill View Post

Thanks Klem, I am wondering what is the max overclock you were able to get with this card??
I dont have this laptop.
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