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Does anyone know anything about OCing the GTX 670MX?

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I tried posting in this thread but im not getting much of a response : http://www.overclock.net/t/1370714/gtx-670mx-overclocking-updated-custom-bios-file/200

Can anyone explain how to OC this card? The thread talks about vBios and i have no idea why it's talking about that....can't you use nvidia inspector to just OC it? Do i need to turn off dynamic boost for stable clocks? What has everyone managed to push their cards to without changing voltage? Is there a way to apply OC settings at startup (as nvidia inspector OC settings are lost everytime i reboot)?
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bump.
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I just opened up afterburner and went to town like normal... if you want to get really hardcore you just need to read that whole thread. It would all be relevant and in your benefit. Good luck thumb.gif
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I suggest you Re-read the whole method with carefully because its really work. I've just asked someone from that thread and he's very helpful to help me unlock the vBIOS. Due to PM limitation each day per 1-2 masseges, I cant say thank you to him right at the moment but he really helped me out. I'm confusing what you guys read about the clock. I read it like default is 601/1100 and I use nvidia inspector overclock to 910/1250 (It say 910/2500 I can do 910/1300 but Battlefiled 3 is glitch abit so I just lower it). I cant use MSI afterburner, it's making me crash all the time I hit apply. I'll test more tonight after work. Good luck to you all who is trying to unlock this like It happend to me:thumb:
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