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Um, that's what the OP did.... sooo.

wow i haven't laughed that hard in a while.
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No man, he mirrored the specs not the bios.

which for all intents and purposes is the same thing...

not all 770s have the same bios, every one needs some tweaking. ie. you can't necessarily put one 770 bios on another 770
 
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So, guys... I have an 680 DCII TOP. Can i flash to 770 bios and get the gpu boost 2.0?
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post #44 of 391
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So, guys... I have an 680 DCII TOP. Can i flash to 770 bios and get the gpu boost 2.0?
YES..
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looks good man but I feel I do not needed though I would like a crack at Boost 2.0

I'm (DCII TOP) running stock speeds right now (faster than GTX 770) and all I did was crank the memory to 6800 and hit save
just to see what I'm working with. stable and will tune card higher soon.

only upgrade nVidia wise for me is the GTX 780 or GTX Titan but this is for 1080p and Titan is really not need for that.
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YES..

????
Dont you need a asus 770 bios then (cant find any)
Or does a nvidia reference card 770 bios also work on the asus gtx 680 top????
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post #48 of 391
You can't flash an actual 770 bios into a 680, only mimic it's clocks. Don't listen to the guy who just stated "YES" with no data whatsoever.
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I'd love GPU Boost 2.0 as my 670 had a power issue and can't max all the way, but temps are great on it. It's a good clocking card too for when it decides it doesn't need more power for the clock that it can get. When are the 760's coming out?
post #50 of 391
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Originally Posted by wint0nic View Post

You can't flash an actual 770 bios into a 680, only mimic it's clocks. Don't listen to the guy who just stated "YES" with no data whatsoever.

I'm running an actual 770 BIOS on a 680. Vanilla 770 BIOS only allows core adjustment on voltage, while the LN2 BIOS on my 680 allows aux and memory also, so the flash definitely works. I've had my cards running for about a month on 770 BIOSes.

For all those wondering, I'll switch the BIOS on one card back to a 680 and confirm if SLi is working, I'll post back here in 5 !

EDIT : One card on 680 BIOS and another on 770 BIOS, they work in SLi. Only potential issue here is if the ID of the card themselves, which would be different on an actual 770 would stop it, although it never created problems when people did the same thing with 9800GTX/GTS250
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