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Will these bios work with a Gigabyte 670?
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This is really highest I can get. If I add +5mhz to core or +10mhz to memory and run Valley, after 30 seconds my screen goes black for 2 seconds and GPU goes to default clocks but Valley doesn't crash.

Is it possible to have this bad card or am I doing something wrong? With 1.200V it crashes too so increasing voltage does not help. Lower power target has no effect either. Temperature is at the end of test 67C.

How much you have your "real" core clock? (Mine is this 1345mhz)

I thought you said you were at 12xx mhz or so. 1346mhz and 1.212v is good biggrin.gif

Personally I like using msi afterburner or evga precision but both of your software reports 1346mhz. The top left number in the main gpu-z info screen is not accurate to actual boost. THat screen just reads the bios table for what boost "should" be which is clear by the live data logging programs you have running.
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Will these bios work with a Gigabyte 670?

No. The gtx 770 is related to the gtx680. Some people were able to flash their 680's to stock 770 settings with the 770 bios from what I remember, but the 670 isn't the same.
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Hey guys, I have a zotac 770 4 GB, I would like to play with voltage. Is my only way to do so is flashing the card with the ZOTAC.GTX770.rom on the first page? What will it do to flash the card? unlock the voltage?
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It seems like the zotac gtx 770 has the same PCB found on gtx 680s...
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Hey guys, I have a zotac 770 4 GB, I would like to play with voltage. Is my only way to do so is flashing the card with the ZOTAC.GTX770.rom on the first page? What will it do to flash the card? unlock the voltage?
use soft mod voltage for 1.312 V
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use soft mod voltage for 1.312 V

You are talking about this?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1452651/video-unlock-all-gtx770-unlimited-voltage-unlock-guide

My gtx 770 is a 680 PCB, clicking on either (red or blue) button won't do anything. I tried to set voltage in AB and it didn't work. I tried the second program and it won't go past +12 mV (looks like it is blocked by AB). If I put 20, it maxes at 12 and indicate 12.

Also, I am unable to reduce the voltage in AB... Wonder why.
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no i flashed back my bios
reading still wrong

Did you save you original bios/ here is a collection to ensure you have flashed the right bios on your card




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You are talking about this?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1452651/video-unlock-all-gtx770-unlimited-voltage-unlock-guide

My gtx 770 is a 680 PCB, clicking on either (red or blue) button won't do anything. I tried to set voltage in AB and it didn't work. I tried the second program and it won't go past +12 mV (looks like it is blocked by AB). If I put 20, it maxes at 12 and indicate 12.

Also, I am unable to reduce the voltage in AB... Wonder why.

it needs to have the right voltage controller chip ncp4206
This Zotac 770 has over voltage support
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Hi guys, new guy to the forum here, just wondering if this is a good price for this card and if the Asus card is any good?

http://products.ncix.com/detail/asus-geforce-gtx-770-1110mhz-53-84874-1382.htm
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Hello everyone! I have a few doubts about my GTX, hope everyone here can help me smile.gif

1. Does anybody know why a card with blower cooler uses so low fan RPM (besides less noise, of course). With EVGA precision I created a custom fan curve and it never goes farther than 63c with Unigine benchmark. The sound is noticeable, of course.

2. I have this case: http://www.silverstonetek.com/raven/products/index.php?model=RVZ01
I got the reference card thinking it would help with temps all around the case and with the card itself; although I was not completely wrong, mostly I was. The case is cool alright with the blower cooler, except in the GPU area at load. Other users in the forum have open cooler cards with way lower temps than mine at load (58c with EVGA ACX) and a cool case. This temps are without modifying the fan curve on the open-air cooler card..

So, given this, if I were to change my blower style card for an open-cooler card, would you recommend me the EVGA, Gigabyte, MSI or any other? I care for noise first, but I also care for overclocking capability.

Also, in the GPU area I have space to put two fans that would throw air to the GPU directly. Would you guys recommend an optimized airflow fan or a static pressure optimized fan for the GPU area? The case emphasizes in positive air pressure, but the distance between the card and a 25mm fan would be roughly 1.5 inches, 2 at most.

Thanks everyone in advance!
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Hello everyone! I have a few doubts about my GTX, hope everyone here can help me smile.gif

1. Does anybody know why a card with blower cooler uses so low fan RPM (besides less noise, of course). With EVGA precision I created a custom fan curve and it never goes farther than 63c with Unigine benchmark. The sound is noticeable, of course.

2. I have this case: http://www.silverstonetek.com/raven/products/index.php?model=RVZ01
I got the reference card thinking it would help with temps all around the case and with the card itself; although I was not completely wrong, mostly I was. The case is cool alright with the blower cooler, except in the GPU area at load. Other users in the forum have open cooler cards with way lower temps than mine at load (58c with EVGA ACX) and a cool case. This temps are without modifying the fan curve on the open-air cooler card..

So, given this, if I were to change my blower style card for an open-cooler card, would you recommend me the EVGA, Gigabyte, MSI or any other? I care for noise first, but I also care for overclocking capability.

Also, in the GPU area I have space to put two fans that would throw air to the GPU directly. Would you guys recommend an optimized airflow fan or a static pressure optimized fan for the GPU area? The case emphasizes in positive air pressure, but the distance between the card and a 25mm fan would be roughly 1.5 inches, 2 at most.

Thanks everyone in advance!

Hey there biggrin.gif

1. My longest used blower style cooler was an EVGA GTX 570, and the RPM was pretty high; which made the graphics card unnecessarily loud, but only reduced temps by a degree or two, so i wouldn't be worried about low RPM's on your 770 (that's speaking from experience)

2. Looking at your case, i suggest you stick to your blower-style cooler. Unless you have an adequate way to exhaust the hot air an aftermarket cooler will store in the case, and also have a way for cold air to come in, blower style coolers would be the best option for you. 63c is VERY good for a GTX 770. Here in Texas it gets pretty toasty during the summer so i used to have my top GPU hover around 86c on air @ 1293Mhz while playing demanding games. Other people on the forum you're talking about could have colder ambient temps, and that also makes a great difference in overall temps.

If you don't already have fans blowing on your graphics card, do that, i believe that should help keep temps under check if you are thinking of OC'ing, and note that anything under 85c is super fine, your GPU would live a long happy life at that temp smile.gif
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