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GM107MOD_Gigabyte_750OC.zip 126k .zip file
    
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Hey has anyone noticed an increase in stable clocks. My card was set at core 1425 and (Samsung) memory 6500 which eventually showed to be unstable. The highest stable clocks I could get was core 1411 memory 6400. Over the weekend however, I was able to get the core to 1435 and left memory at 6400. I couldn't do this before, and play a game for as long as I did. I had tried easing the memory up some more, but the game locked up and turned pink and green. I'm also using a arctic mono plus 120mm, but with the 120mm removed. I currently have a noctura redux 92mm 1600rpm that I'm comparing to a scythe slipstreaming in the bottom of my ncase m1 cooling it. Kinda felt like the noctura did a better job while still being silent even at 100%. I did however put heatsinks on everything vrm/memory since the copper heatsinks I orginally put on the vrm no longer fit. I feel like they get better air flow now with the arctic cooler being more open. Maybe driver updates helped? The new maxwell tweaker I used instead of Kepler tweaker that I origianlly used? I don't have any other Nvidia cards to compare to. Ok so 1 last thing I'm still thinking about if I should add a 6 pin to a non 6 pin card. Now for a 6-pin to be utilized it would seem Id have to use a 6-pin bios?. Is there anywhere you can buy the female 6-pin connecter that you solder on or do I gotta take it off another card?
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GM107MOD_Gigabyte_750OC.zip 126k .zip file
Thanks, works as expected. smile.gifthumb.gif Now reaching 1550MHz core and 2999MHz memory. Seems stable, will try going further.
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The card will boost to 1411 Mhz, you can still overclock memory, max out the power limit/target, voltage is set to 1.2v max. If you use afterburner, set it to +0 Mhz core, since the clocks are preset, now
GM107Mod.zip 126k .zip file .

Hi there,

I downloaded the attached modded bios and replicated all the settings for my asus version. I thought I was being pretty smart. Unfortunately some of the power settings were set to 100 watts instead of the max 75. I disregarded this when I was replicating the settings on my own bios and figured it would just cap at the 75 watts. Unfortunately I'm getting a message at boot saying "PLEASE POWER DOWN AND CONNECT THE PCIe POWER CABLE(S) FOR THIS GRAPHICS CARD". So I think my card is trying to draw 100 watts through the 6pin connector and can't or something like that.

Now let me start by saying that I am only messing around with this card as practice for a 970 I'm getting next month but still I would like to have this little experiment be a success. Anyway I cant figure out how to solve the problem. Any suggestions are very welcome. Thanks.
Edited by Doomed2Fail - 5/18/15 at 11:22am
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Change the top part back to 75000/75000. I ran my Evga 750 ti like that for months and never say that message. I apologize. That is for the Asus, fix the power table flash, it should be fine then...
Edited by DeathAngel74 - 5/18/15 at 11:31am
    
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After careful consideration I think the only way to re-flash the card is to somehow get 100watts flowing into it. Is this at all possible?

Alternatively this method of effectively disabling the bios at launch could work but I have no solder or any desire to own one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYm2BjagCP8

So basically gotta somehow get 100 watts to it or give up the ghost. Is there a way?

Edit: Ya I've given up on the card now. RIP gtx750 ti you had a good run.
Edited by Doomed2Fail - 5/18/15 at 2:36pm
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After careful consideration I think the only way to re-flash the card is to somehow get 100watts flowing into it. Is this at all possible?

Alternatively this method of effectively disabling the bios at launch could work but I have no solder or any desire to own one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYm2BjagCP8

So basically gotta somehow get 100 watts to it or give up the ghost. Is there a way?

Edit: Ya I've given up on the card now. RIP gtx750 ti you had a good run.

The "please plug in the pci-e cable" thing happened to me before. I used another card to get into dos/nvflash while the 750ti was in the second slot. Then flashed the 750ti back to a working bios, it was fine after that.
    
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After careful consideration I think the only way to re-flash the card is to somehow get 100watts flowing into it. Is this at all possible?

Alternatively this method of effectively disabling the bios at launch could work but I have no solder or any desire to own one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYm2BjagCP8

So basically gotta somehow get 100 watts to it or give up the ghost. Is there a way?

Edit: Ya I've given up on the card now. RIP gtx750 ti you had a good run.
As long as you have an Intel cpu with a gpu onboard or apu you can flash the card back. Only way to get 100w is to have a 6pin card or solder a 6pin onto a card.
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Well I have made some progress actually. I set my motherboard so that it runs it's internal graphics over the graphics card and now I can post with the card connected.

As the picture above shows the graphics card is clearly being detected (even though it is showing up as an unknown device in device manager) it just won't let me open the I/O file to flash the bios. I tried flashing it from the bios screen using EZ Flash to the same effect.

Tips and guidance?

EDIT: IT LIVES!!!!!!

The name of the bios was actually "bios01" lolz ahh so happy now, I was just trying to play it cool before, I love that little graphics card smile.gif
Edited by Doomed2Fail - 5/19/15 at 12:37pm
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I am happy your card is still alive. I apologize, I was under the assumption the ti had a 6-pin.
    
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