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well back a coulpe of years ago you can get a ati hd 6950 and flash it to a hd 6970. I was just wondering if these 760 can flash to a 770? its my first NVidia card Ive been using ati forever.
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Well, got an answer from MSI.

according to MSI its not possible to even overvolt +12mV.
The max is 1.200v

It's not possible to set anything above 1.200v as Nvidia restricts that to be the max voltage. No matter to what value you move the Afterburner slider 1.200v will always be the max. 1.21v would require a vbios mod.

https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=172994.0

that's just weird. we've officially entered the Twilight Zone! blinksmiley.gif

because based on the individual that posted that being reputable and there being no reason to doubt him...

...if it is true, then the only conclusion there is, is that it's the luck of the draw whether or not an MSI Gaming N760 TF, can or can't go from 1.200v to 1.1212v with AB or any utility.

but using the TechPowerUp Review Database, starting with the oldest review (from the bottom) that includes the MSI Gaming N760 TF, i wonder which reviews, in addition to OCing, also include adding 12mV.

if it's not the luck of the draw, only thing i can think of is maybe MOBO bios setting maybe effecting it.

and only thing else to do is put ur card in a PC that can add 12mv to a MSI Gaming N760 TF. or put a card from a PC that does OV one into ur PC.

just get a 2nd card and don't worry about it. SLI ROCKS beyond belief!

but then again... if u did add a 2nd card and they both OVed.... hahahaha that would be freaky, aye? biggrin.gif

like melodystyle2003 says, all that matters is if ur having fun playing games. smile.gif

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post #2193 of 6349
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well back a coulpe of years ago you can get a ati hd 6950 and flash it to a hd 6970. I was just wondering if these 760 can flash to a 770? its my first NVidia card Ive been using ati forever.
not a 760 into a 770 but you can a 680 into a 770.
your best bet is to see if the MSI AB mod works for you software wise and/or flash the BIOS to a modded one.
post #2194 of 6349
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Originally Posted by valtopps View Post

well back a coulpe of years ago you can get a ati hd 6950 and flash it to a hd 6970. I was just wondering if these 760 can flash to a 770? its my first NVidia card Ive been using ati forever.

You could probably flash the 770 bios onto the 760, but the fact of the matter is that the 760 will still be a 760 - since none of the actual components have changed. At the end of the day, you'll have to ask yourself if the risk is worth it....

EDIT: After doing a short search, it looks like a 680 can be flashed to a 770....
Edited by blaze2210 - 9/27/13 at 1:39pm
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Originally Posted by valtopps View Post

well back a coulpe of years ago you can get a ati hd 6950 and flash it to a hd 6970. I was just wondering if these 760 can flash to a 770? its my first NVidia card Ive been using ati forever.

You could probably flash the 770 bios onto the 760, but the fact of the matter is that the 760 will still be a 760 - since none of the actual components have changed. At the end of the day, you'll have to ask yourself if the risk is worth it....
nope.
AFAIK it has to have the same specs hence 680/770 comparison.
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if I remember the hd6950 and the hd6970 had the same parts it was the bios in the 6950 to slow it down.
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nope.
AFAIK it has to have the same specs hence 680/770 comparison.

I was just saying that it could probably be done, but not saying that there would be any sort of benefit to it - or that the card would actually work for that matter.
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nope.
AFAIK it has to have the same specs hence 680/770 comparison.

I was just saying that it could probably be done, but not saying that there would be any sort of benefit to it - or that the card would actually work for that matter.
no, I actually think it gives you an error message and won't let you do a flash of BIOS being that different.
hell, I might be wrong and you might be right..
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flashing different GPU BIOS and cross-flashing isn't my specialty anyways.
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no, I actually think it gives you an error message and won't let you do a flash of BIOS being that different.
hell, I might be wrong and you might be right..
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flashing different GPU BIOS and cross-flashing isn't my specialty anyways.
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Ive done a bit of crossflashing with mixed results.......

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I figured you would know...
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