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Wow. Never thought it was possible to push more than 1.21v without a hardmod. Amazing. Did you use Kepler Bios Tweaker v1.27?

as you do?
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as you do?
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how can I increase the voltage? changing the bios is possible? where should I act?
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how can I increase the voltage? changing the bios is possible? where should I act?
Send me your bios. I'll unlock the voltage for you. All you will have to do then is flash it using DOS Mode, Okay?
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I'm sitting with an EVGA 750ti FTW ACX I received this morning, waiting for the RMA courier to pick it up, I can't believe how loud that was compared to my old ASUS gtx460 (single fan), completely negated the idea of the silent fanless PSU I'm waiting for that I ordered the other day frown.gif

I'm looking at a replacement, but I can't seem to get any indication on whether the single or dual fan models are quieter, and which brand allows for lower fan speeds when idle.

The cards I'm looking at are

MSI GeForce GTX 750Ti OC 2048MB Tin Frozr (N750Ti-2GD5/OC)
MSI GeForce GTX 750Ti OC 2048MB GDDR5 (same but single fan)

Palit GTX 750 Ti StormX Dual 2 GB
Palit GTX 750 Ti StormX OC 2 GB (same but single fan)


veering to the Palit for performance, but would really like a couple of opinions from the 750 owners club please.
Edited by Yakumo - 3/17/14 at 6:29am
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MSI and GB have best collers.

Imo theres little performance gap between them if you edit your bios. If not, yes Palit has the best tweaked bios.

all besides Zotac Dual fan / OC (ZT-70602-10M) and Galaxy have Samsung memories I've read
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Send me your bios. I'll unlock the voltage for you. All you will have to do then is flash it using DOS Mode, Okay?

ok, thanks

the bios that I currently have is this:

  http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/153914/palit-gtx750ti-2048-140127.html

I have a palit stormx oc and I've already flashed to this bios, but it seems a bit limited, I hope to take at least another 40 \ 50 mhz, I thank you in advance, the bios download it from there as well because I do not know where to send it, my email is smoo@live.it

let you know

stormx dual bios oc are stable to 1380 \ 1650
I noticed that if I raise the ram I have to drop the very core, but the bench I also noticed that the ram is as much help as that final score fps maximum, it is up to you?...
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No comments on the noise / reliability? That's what I'm most concerned about, really don't know whether to go for the single or dual fan.
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I'm sitting with an EVGA 750ti FTW ACX I received this morning, waiting for the RMA courier to pick it up, I can't believe how loud that was compared to my old ASUS gtx460 (single fan), completely negated the idea of the silent fanless PSU I'm waiting for that I ordered the other day frown.gif

I'm looking at a replacement, but I can't seem to get any indication on whether the single or dual fan models are quieter, and which brand allows for lower fan speeds when idle.

The cards I'm looking at are

MSI GeForce GTX 750Ti OC 2048MB Tin Frozr (N750Ti-2GD5/OC)
MSI GeForce GTX 750Ti OC 2048MB GDDR5 (same but single fan)

Palit GTX 750 Ti StormX Dual 2 GB
Palit GTX 750 Ti StormX OC 2 GB (same but single fan)


veering to the Palit for performance, but would really like a couple of opinions from the 750 owners club please.

hello I have a palit stormx paid little or c .......
I put on the bios of the dual model and goes perfectly oc, oc salt well, but I do not know if the limit of tdp makes me crash my drivers or 1380 chip walls, but I can assure you that the vga is extremely quiet and stays cool even if not at record levels, with vsync active eg f1 2013 all at maximum 1920x1200 the highest temperature recorded was 43 ° with vsync off is 52 ° instead I have a sink in case you can increase the voltage and so I hope that satisfied me so jason387 I can be 110% satisfied with this vga.

if you have other questions are here.

hello
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ok, thanks

the bios that I currently have is this:

  http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/153914/palit-gtx750ti-2048-140127.html

I have a palit stormx oc and I've already flashed to this bios, but it seems a bit limited, I hope to take at least another 40 \ 50 mhz, I thank you in advance, the bios download it from there as well because I do not know where to send it, my email is smoo@live.it

let you know

stormx dual bios oc are stable to 1380 \ 1650
I noticed that if I raise the ram I have to drop the very core, but the bench I also noticed that the ram is as much help as that final score fps maximum, it is up to you?...[/quote

Here you go. Flash it in DOS Mode.
Palit.GTX750Ti.2048.140127.zip 127k .zip file

If the voltage hasn't unlocked to 1.21v then put a post in this thread and the OP will fix it for you. http://www.overclock.net/t/1467851/send-in-your-gtx-6xx-7xx-bios-for-me-to-unlock-now-supporting-2xx-4xx-5xx-cards
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