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Turn your GTX 680 in to a stock GTX 770

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Been stress testing this BIOS to make sure it meets the highest demands. The attached BIOS is edited to give the most identical performance of a stock GTX 770 for a GTX 680. gk104m.zip 56k .zip file

My GTX 680s are the stock Zotac 2GB versions. I've downloaded a stock GTX 770 BIOS from TechPowerUp, used the Kepler BIOS Tweaker v1.27, and made a BIOS that mirrors the GTX 770's specs.

Enjoy and have fun with your new GTX 770. biggrin.gif

Here's how it's done: Open your original GTX 680 BIOS in Kepler Bios Tweaker. Open an original GTX 770 BIOS in KBT. Modified your GTX 680 BIOS to match the GTX 770's BIOS settings.

If your memory is unstable, I've made a slight mod to the BIOS to raise the voltage pattern back up to the 680 specs and maxed the voltage table out. gk104m1.zip 56k .zip file
This may help.

Your results may vary.
Edited by MacG32 - 10/19/14 at 10:56am
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you can tweak a video cards bios to act like another video card? nice
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so that means a 680 and 770 could sli together?
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so that means a 680 and 770 could sli together?
Hereeee we go.. Let the Guinea Pigging begin devil.gif
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so that means a 680 and 770 could sli together?

Technically yes, but I think no one has tried yet.
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did you flash your RAM modules too, OP?
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there might be a thread or mentioning of this in another thread already but no matter, it's all good.

I have a DCII TOP and I'm already here without overclocking:
GPU Boost Clock : 1201 MHz
GPU Base Clock : 1137 MHz

all I need to do is see if I can clock my memory near the 7GHz mark and it does have a DIGI+ VRM with 10-phases
so I'm not sure if that BIOS is a boost for me or not.
I might be better off clocking mine straight up or use the modded BIOS I have for the DCII TOP..
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so that means a 680 and 770 could sli together?


I like to know biggrin.gif
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ASUS GeForce GTX 770 Direct CU II 2 GB


ASUS GeForce GTX 680 Direct CU II 2 GB
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ASUS GeForce GTX 770 Direct CU II 2 GB


ASUS GeForce GTX 680 Direct CU II 2 GB

Lol, its the same card biggrin.gif
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