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why mod bios? if you can increase Vcore directly in MSI AB as you already got NCP4206 controller? in my understanding modding bioses will attain extra Vcore, i don't think you need to mod your bios, just unlocked overclocking mode in MSI AB cfg files and paste those (VDDC_...) under the settings (make sure to uncheck MSI AB option not to Start with Windows) close MSI AB and reboot (PC) open MSI AB your Vcore should show the extra voltage,

this is what i'm doing, i don't need MSI AB to open when starting windows, I just open MSI AB when needed e.g. before gaming and if extra voltage doesn't appear just close it and open again until you see extra voltage then adjust desired GPU core and memory speed press apply and save. tongue.gif

DId not seem to be working will try again :/

Well even after trying that again, nothing. Either I dont have the NCP4206 or maybe my driver is the cause. running 320.49
Edited by eclipseaudio4 - 8/27/13 at 8:35pm
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why mod bios? if you can increase Vcore directly in MSI AB as you already got NCP4206 controller? in my understanding modding bioses will attain extra Vcore, i don't think you need to mod your bios, just unlocked overclocking mode in MSI AB cfg files and paste those (VDDC_...) under the settings (make sure to uncheck MSI AB option not to Start with Windows) close MSI AB and reboot (PC) open MSI AB your Vcore should show the extra voltage,

this is what i'm doing, i don't need MSI AB to open when starting windows, I just open MSI AB when needed e.g. before gaming and if extra voltage doesn't appear just close it and open again until you see extra voltage then adjust desired GPU core and memory speed press apply and save. tongue.gif

Is the NCP4206 controller limited to only MSI cards? Will it work on a DirectCU II? If possible how can I find out if I have that controller or not?
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Is the NCP4206 controller limited to only MSI cards? Will it work on a DirectCU II? If possible how can I find out if I have that controller or not?

you can use the link below, scroll down to forum area, see post by MSI AB developer.

http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/msi_afterburner_beta_download.html
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Maybe it's my fault, maybe I shoudl be using notepad instead of the proper program for editing cfg files (notepad++) or maybe I am not explaining well enough that 12mv is nothing.
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open cfg files with notepad.
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Hey guys. I just got a Gigabyte 4gb 770 yesterday, and unfortunately I'm getting the BSOD about once an hour, and it doesn't seem to matter what I am doing when it happens. I am running at stock settings on Windows 7 Ultimate SP1, 64-bit. I was running on the 320.49 drivers at first, but after several crashes, I updated to the latest beta driver 326.80 to see if that would help at all, but it did not. I'm running a 4670k CPU on a ASUS Z87 PRO motherboard with the most recent BIOS update.

I would really like to keep this card, but if it makes things crash so frequently, it's going to get old quickly. I was hoping some of you might have ideas that I could try to fix this issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Hey guys. I just got a Gigabyte 4gb 770 yesterday, and unfortunately I'm getting the BSOD about once an hour, and it doesn't seem to matter what I am doing when it happens. I am running at stock settings on Windows 7 Ultimate SP1, 64-bit. I was running on the 320.49 drivers at first, but after several crashes, I updated to the latest beta driver 326.80 to see if that would help at all, but it did not. I'm running a 4670k CPU on a ASUS Z87 PRO motherboard with the most recent BIOS update.

I would really like to keep this card, but if it makes things crash so frequently, it's going to get old quickly. I was hoping some of you might have ideas that I could try to fix this issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

I would strongly suggest reinstalling WHQL driver, there is a guide somewhere here in OCN about "uninstalling of Nvidia driver" if not maybe you can check your MB Bios to see your PCIe setting.

been using 320.49 without any problem so far.
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I can certainly do that, but the crashing was at least as bad on that version.
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I can certainly do that, but the crashing was at least as bad on that version.

you may try to check with GPU Z if its running at rated PCIe speed of your MB e.g. PCIe 3.0 x16, if its not running on PCIe 3.0 though already set in your MB BIOS, you can look at Nvidia and download software to force it to run at PCIe 3.0 speed.
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It looks like it's running at 3.0 X 16 according to GPU-Z.

It just crashed again while I was typing this response. Ugh.
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