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Thanks! I have to try that tomorrow, 'cause it's already 2:00am i finland, so maybe some sleep first biggrin.gif

No worries! I personally enjoy it - there are few things better than watching a giant cat demolish a city with super powers....thumbsupsmiley.png
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download nvflash and GPU-Z
in GPU-Z download and save your stock bios somewhere safe.. on usb flash and into nvflash folder for example
copy nvflash to C:
to the same folder copy modified bios
then run-> CMD (as admin)
exit all OC and monitoring GPU programs + antivirus maybe too
cd..
cd..
cd nvflash
nvflash --protectoff
nvflash -4 -5 -6 nameofbios.rom => enter
(this bios called cagegk104 I guess, so enter this cagegk104.rom)
if ask for confirmation, press Y(es)
restart and voila..
I got update successful but on gpuz its still showing default bios and stock clocks. And I didn't notice a improvement so I guess it didnt flash?
Edited by Thorteris - 1/9/14 at 5:45pm
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I'm using 332.21 at the time, but I've tried like tens of different drivers and non of them removes the problem... If I notice this problem when test starts I usually solve it by disconnecting my internet (without shutting down Valley) and pressing esc and F9 many times in a row so it will start benchmarking over and over again and maybe one test out of five goes smoothly after doing this. But the most weird part is, that it's not happening every time I run the test, even if nothing changes it just still makes it. And it's also the same problem with another computer in the house, which is running GTX670.

I think that I need to change my benchmark test if I can't get rid of this annoying lagging, but I've heard that Heaven is very sensitive to driver changes and I don't feel like fighting with constant crashes caused by program itself. And 3DMark, well, not my piece of cake... So any suggestions about tests (free tests are always better for my "slim-fit" wallet)? And please let me know if you find a solution! thumb.gif

Thing is I can't confirm if the issue is isolated to valley or not. It seems like every time it happens in valley it sticks with any other program I try after that. So it may be the memory instability itself. Nevertheless I'll update you if I find anything.
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I got update successful but on gpuz its still showing default bios and stock clocks. And I didn't notice a improvement so I guess it didnt flash?

Stock clocks shouldn't change unless he tweaked it in the new bios for you. And gpuz will still detect the base bios used to do the mod/tweak. You won't see the improvement unless you oc it. Check the power target in afterburner. If it hasn't increased then either the modded bios isn't working for you or it didn't flash properly
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I got update successful but on gpuz its still showing default bios and stock clocks. And I didn't notice a improvement so I guess it didnt flash?

Please don't take this the wrong way: You should make sure that you know what you're doing before you get into flashing a card's vBIOS. You should have an idea of what that vBIOS is going to be doing for you, and what you can do with it. Also, above all else, make sure that you make a backup of your card's original vBIOS, in case things go south. biggrin.gif
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I got update successful but on gpuz its still showing default bios and stock clocks. And I didn't notice a improvement so I guess it didnt flash?

You rebooted afterwards? Windows won't see the new bios until the reboot, & the clocks may still look stock. Have to check & see if the power limit goes higher.
    
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I got update successful but on gpuz its still showing default bios and stock clocks. And I didn't notice a improvement so I guess it didnt flash?
bios has stock frequencies, because every card is different and if we set 1080MHz baseclock for example (what is OC on this card) you could be not able to boot win...
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Stock clocks shouldn't change unless he tweaked it in the new bios for you. And gpuz will still detect the base bios used to do the mod/tweak. You won't see the improvement unless you oc it. Check the power target in afterburner. If it hasn't increased then either the modded bios isn't working for you or it didn't flash properly

MSI Afterburner does not show 160% PL but now default (or 105%) should be 225W (from 193W)....
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MSI Afterburner does not show 160% PL but now default (or 105%) should be 225W (from 193W)....

Oh that explains why the skynet ln2 hawk vbios StayPuft sent me still shows 111% in AB. Thought it wasn't applying properly. Still my oc with stock bios seems to be higher than this so i guess not every vbios works the same for everyone.
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Oh that explains why the skynet ln2 hawk vbios StayPuft sent me still shows 111% in AB. Thought it wasn't applying properly. Still my oc with stock bios seems to be higher than this so i guess not every vbios works the same for everyone.

Every card is going to be different. My first hawk can do 1483 core. My 2nd 1402
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Oh screw this i officially give up i managed to get some higher cloacks with that custom bios in heaven and valey but some games are just way too stuborn AC4 isnt even stable with 80 on core BF3 is even worse so i ended up with the same overcloack ROFL i guess my sample is a lemon, anyway thanks for helping guys.

So far i tested about 25 games most of them are new and these are the most stuborn one for wich i had to lower overcloacks quite a bit all other games are working fine with 100+ on core

Assassins Creed 4-Core sensitive i can run heaven,valey 90% of the games with 100+ on core yet for AC4 i have to lower it down to 70.
Crysis 3-Very memory sensitive i can run 1772 in heaven and valey in a loop but for C3 i have to lower it down all the way down to 1712
BF3-Both LOL

So dont tell me you have a stable overclock untill you pass through these games biggrin.gif
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