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So quick question, was just digging around in my spare parts box to see if i could find my SLI bridge and i think i did.. Crossfire doesnt use a bridge right?

It fit on the SLI connector of my GTX570 so im assuming its probubly it, but i just wanted to double check
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does anyone know how to get to the voltage working in afterburner on EVGA 770 with Dual bios (2gb)
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does anyone know how to get to the voltage working in afterburner on EVGA 770 with Dual bios (2gb)

Thanks. What he said. Same question
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Having trouble flashing my MSI 770 Gaming

I saved my bios via GPU-Z, then had it modded to unlock voltage to 1.212 and power to 300.

Then I downloaded ezflash from the original post in this thread, unzipped it and put all the files into the same folder (which is on my desktop). I then put my modded bios in that folder and renamed it to x.rom. Then I started up cmd and navigated to that folder, then I did:

nvflash --protectoff

then

nvflash -4 -5 -6 x.rom

Then it proceeded to flash my card, and after a few seconds it was done.

But I started up GPU-Z and MSI Afterburner but GPU-Z still reports max voltage at 1.188 while AB doesn't show my voltage even if in the settings I already checked the options Unlock Voltage Control and Unlock Voltage Monitoring.

Any ideas?
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Having trouble flashing my MSI 770 Gaming

I saved my bios via GPU-Z, then had it modded to unlock voltage to 1.212 and power to 300.

Then I downloaded ezflash from the original post in this thread, unzipped it and put all the files into the same folder (which is on my desktop). I then put my modded bios in that folder and renamed it to x.rom. Then I started up cmd and navigated to that folder, then I did:

nvflash --protectoff

then

nvflash -4 -5 -6 x.rom

Then it proceeded to flash my card, and after a few seconds it was done.

But I started up GPU-Z and MSI Afterburner but GPU-Z still reports max voltage at 1.188 while AB doesn't show my voltage even if in the settings I already checked the options Unlock Voltage Control and Unlock Voltage Monitoring.

Any ideas?

Did you run a benchmark to see if the voltage was changing? I used EVGA precision to get to 1.212 volts and when not rendering a game my voltage will rest at 1.xxx (not sure). Goes back to 1.212 whenever I'm playing a game, works like a charm.
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Did you run a benchmark to see if the voltage was changing? I used EVGA precision to get to 1.212 volts and when not rendering a game my voltage will rest at 1.xxx (not sure). Goes back to 1.212 whenever I'm playing a game, works like a charm.

Tried that. Still 1.188v frown.gif
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Mine tops out at 1.2v. Same thing you mention Threx.
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Having trouble flashing my MSI 770 Gaming

I saved my bios via GPU-Z, then had it modded to unlock voltage to 1.212 and power to 300.

Then I downloaded ezflash from the original post in this thread, unzipped it and put all the files into the same folder (which is on my desktop). I then put my modded bios in that folder and renamed it to x.rom. Then I started up cmd and navigated to that folder, then I did:

nvflash --protectoff

then

nvflash -4 -5 -6 x.rom

Then it proceeded to flash my card, and after a few seconds it was done.

But I started up GPU-Z and MSI Afterburner but GPU-Z still reports max voltage at 1.188 while AB doesn't show my voltage even if in the settings I already checked the options Unlock Voltage Control and Unlock Voltage Monitoring.

Any ideas?

You didn't say anything about restarting your computer.... tongue.gif. If you did then recheck your bios file to make sure it's set to 1.212mv with this tool.... Kepler BIOS Tweaker v1.25.zip 94k .zip file
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I got a custom bios made for my asus 770 with the voltage set to .21, but I've only gone from 1306mhz to 1320mhz. Is there more needed to be done?
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Originally Posted by Threx View Post

Having trouble flashing my MSI 770 Gaming

I saved my bios via GPU-Z, then had it modded to unlock voltage to 1.212 and power to 300.

Then I downloaded ezflash from the original post in this thread, unzipped it and put all the files into the same folder (which is on my desktop). I then put my modded bios in that folder and renamed it to x.rom. Then I started up cmd and navigated to that folder, then I did:

nvflash --protectoff

then

nvflash -4 -5 -6 x.rom

Then it proceeded to flash my card, and after a few seconds it was done.

But I started up GPU-Z and MSI Afterburner but GPU-Z still reports max voltage at 1.188 while AB doesn't show my voltage even if in the settings I already checked the options Unlock Voltage Control and Unlock Voltage Monitoring.

Any ideas?
ive had this problem before, I grabbed a updated bios from the website and my volts went to 1.212..
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