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Gts 250 Nibitor voltage green out

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Hello to everyone!!! i don't understand why in my nibitor all option for modify core voltage (extend voltage table, Voltage IC)are locked...
i have a gts 250 nvidia, i know that is an old graphic card but i wonna overclok it for fun/learn biggrin.gif

sorry for my very bad bad enlgish!!!!

Thank you!!
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Here's your answer.
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

Not all the 250's allow flashing the voltage's... some have locked voltage tables in the BIOS.. so only flashing to a different BIOS will allow the voltage increase.


ie - EVGA GTS 250 has no available voltage options in the BIOS voltage editor...so only choice would be to try to flash to an ASUS or other brand, that will allow for voltage table adjustments via BIOS editing.

But either way, you should be able to overclock a bit with EVGA Precision X. I don't recommend bios flashing a GPU unless you're experienced or are prepared to buy another one / recover the BIOS.
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Here's your answer.
But either way, you should be able to overclock a bit with EVGA Precision X. I don't recommend bios flashing a GPU unless you're experienced or are prepared to buy another one / recover the BIOS.

thank for your reply...i just overclock it with msi afterburn, but i wonna more because I do not care if it breaks i will buy a new grapich card biggrin.gif

but i really don't understand why i cant edit in nibitor....



some1 can help me please?

thank to all!!!
Edited by marcokrtsho - 3/12/14 at 8:05am
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