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you do realize that the voltage tuner in Precision X doesn't control voltage, correct? It has been checked against the actual core voltage readings, and when attempted to adjust, it doesn't actually adjust at all.

Even if thats the case, it still doesn't explain the lack of OCing on card 2.
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Even if thats the case, it still doesn't explain the lack of OCing on card 2.

Never implied that.. Never even came close to attempting to state anything near that or even mentioned overclocking.. I simply referred to voltage.
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Never implied that.. Never even came close to attempting to state anything near that or even mentioned overclocking.. I simply referred to voltage.

Sorry, my mistake.
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For the life of me I can't seem to flash my bios. I enter command window in Windows. Type in nvflash --protectoff. Hit enter. Followed by nvflash -4 -5 -6 780ti.rom. Hit enter. But then I get the error I/O error cannot open file 780ti.rom. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong?
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For the life of me I can't seem to flash my bios. I enter command window in Windows. Type in nvflash --protectoff. Hit enter. Followed by nvflash -4 -5 -6 780ti.rom. Hit enter. But then I get the error I/O error cannot open file 780ti.rom. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong?

Are you opening the command prompt with elevated/administrator privilege? Right click command prompt, and choose "run as administrator" then repeat what you did!
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Are you opening the command prompt with elevated/administrator privilege? Right click command prompt, and choose "run as administrator" then repeat what you did!

On my desktop I have a folder titled "classified". In it I have the new bios (780ti.rom), NVflash, nvflash32.sys, nvflash64.sys. In this folder I hold shift and click on an empty space, then I select "open command window here" and click it. This opens up command window and I type in what I wrote in the post above. I didn't see any option to run as admin, right clicking on it just brings up the command window.





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This is the error message

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This is the error message


First, your picture is tiny and doesn't pull up to be able to read the text, stop using print screen shots, and sstart use Snipping Tool.. Every Windows based computer has it in the accessories under the start menu. only a snip what you want to show.. Please re-snip the error message so it is readable. from the looks of it, you aren''t typing the full command code or you are typing it in wrong with what you are describing.

Next:

Move the Classified folder into the C:/ Drive, not on the desktop. Change the file name to nvflash (Should look like picture at the bottom) and once you do that, read the rest..

All Commands:

Start menu - Search - (Type in) Command Prompt Once it pulls up Right click it and "Pin to start menu" so you never have too search for it again.

In Command prompt type chdir C:/nvflash

(C:/nvflash should come up.)

Type nvflash --protect off

NVFlash -4 -5 -6 780ti.rom (DO NOT LEAVE NVFLASH OFF OF THE BEGINNING)

select yes when it asks. Doing it this way will save you trying to figure out how to get command prompt to open properly... It is a silly set up the other way, and this way, you can make a folder of 780Ti rom files with different BIOS, and select which you want to use and either leave it in the NV flash folder, or you can copy and paste when you are ready to change them, guaranteeing that you don't flash the wrong one at the time you flash.

NVflash Folder on C:/ do not place in another folder, just click into the C:drive, and make an NVFlash folder



This is how command strings should look and what the screen looks like when using snip it to collect screen samples.


Edited by Scarlet-Tech - 3/29/14 at 12:46pm
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I followed your steps but still got the error message.

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I followed your steps but still got the error message.


Where did you get the rom from? Was it your stock bios?
Edited by Scarlet-Tech - 3/29/14 at 12:58pm
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