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Yeah haha, I think the bridge works. NV control won't show SLI as an option.
Reseat your cards and try again bro wink.gif
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Is there any way of mod bios to unlock more voltage? I have Asus GTX760 DC2 version btw. I can only apply +70 on the core before it crashes, wich I think is really low...

Thank you

Sry for a little late answer..

Just flash custom-made vBios I posted few weeks ago.. It has TDP 180%.. it might help.. I get rock stable 1212mV... and u get maximum out of your card... Remember.. 760GTX has the same ''bug'' as 670GTX.. Higher core OC can cause lower memory OC so u must find best combination..
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Do a couple of benchies without first then bump up aux ( vrm ) . Then bump up mem volts if your mem o/clock is causing issues

nothing works :\
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Do a couple of benchies without first then bump up aux ( vrm ) . Then bump up mem volts if your mem o/clock is causing issues

nothing works :\

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Nice forum...but still...
Bench scores out of this world...more like GTX780...
ASUS GPU tweak works best(and maybe only) with ASUS cards...tried MSI and EVGA...better avoided for ASUS card owners...
My 2 cents...
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Nice forum...but still...
Bench scores out of this world...more like GTX780...
ASUS GPU tweak works best(and maybe only) with ASUS cards...tried MSI and EVGA...better avoided for ASUS card owners...
My 2 cents...
Unless you flash a workable asus bios for GPU tweek to work on other brands wink.gif
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Unless you flash a workable asus bios for GPU tweek to work on other brands wink.gif


Thanks for reply smile.gif
Also there is voltage regulation difference...thumb.gif
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Thanks for reply smile.gif
Also there is voltage regulation difference...thumb.gif
Adjust p/level to suit in bios
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So where can I find this MSI Afterburner Softmod that allows me to change the voltage from higher than 1.212V?

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