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How are we on the F10 DD bios modding biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by ssiperko View Post

IF you decide to flash this bios know this....... you will gain performance in every video use UNLESS your card is so sub par (not likely) it can't handle it please report back.

SS

Oh I see... This is because the bios operate itself an overclock increasing voltage, isn't it?
If there would be problems, how could I turn back the situation? Flashing again with the standard bios? In that case, where I find it?

Thanks again for your help! smile.gif

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Oh I see... This is because the bios operate itself an overclock increasing voltage, isn't it?
If there would be problems, how could I turn back the situation? Flashing again with the standard bios? In that case, where I find it?

Thanks again for your help! smile.gif

Geralt
If you use the adaptive voltage setting in the nVidia control panel the bios will vary the voltage as it's needed for your clock speed, at least that's my understanding.

You can reflash back to the standard bios. You can save your standard bios for use later if you wish. I believe the information for doing that is on the first post.

SS
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Greetings,

I have a 970 G1, Elpida, bios F60. Will this modded bios work with my card?
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Card has no thermal sensor on vrm so them throttle due to a certain temp is unlikely. What %tdp you're getting on full load?
Around 109% at 1585 core, after it throttles it's at 100%
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post #3726 of 7500
In my opinion the WF3OC one cannot hold like the G1 one, i am using one myself and feel how it is...
If could hold good they would made it into G1... just my 2 cents.
post #3727 of 7500
Could enyone help me with gigabyte gtx 980Ti Wf3OC?

I have samsung mems , they are preety good.



the problem is vcore.

with ocguru or afterburner i can only increase v to 1,22 ( an it switches between 1,2 -1,22)

i succesfuly modded vtable for gtx970 so i have same knowledge

the power limit is only 260W (its 104%) . 250 is base power limit


what should i do to icrease voltages?
i think first step should be increasing power limit. Should i tweak sth more?
post #3728 of 7500
I was messing around at work today and discovered a new ghetto cooling method for the back plate.

A lot of you probably have an Intel stock cooler sitting around somewhere. Why not make use of it?

I simply cut off the bottoms of the pegs, allowing me to remove them from the plastic mount, then pulled the heat sink off.

I used rolled electrical tape to mount it in this picture. Should be an easy mounting option if it is in a standard case. Any non-standard GPU orientations might want something a little more solid to hold it on.

This option probably won't get a whole lot of air through the holes and under the plate, but it should provide a good amount over a larger portion of the plate. Pretty much any kind of airflow helps a lot.



Edited by jrgray93 - 2/24/16 at 11:43am
post #3729 of 7500
Nice idea. I have 3 useless intel stock fans around and that would be a good new home for them.
On another note, regarding vrm and vram temp usually much concern about their temp and the possibility of them to overheat, I admit it's a valid concern because in most graphics cards they dont have temp sensors on them. I have 2 gpus that are MSI Lightning, one 580 and one 680(still use the 680 in my secondary pc which I'm oc'ing it to death, 1375 core,250mhz over reference , 7100 vram, 1100 mhz over reference vram). These cards have vrm and vram temp sensors, both are consistently around 10c cooler than gpu core (like 71c core, 58c vram and 61c vrm temp, full gpu load intensive gaming), I know we're talking here about different gpu and different architecture but keep in mind Kepler has higher stock TDP and consumes more power generally(at least compared to 980 and 970) and still its vrm and vram temp are not that uberly hotter(if at all) than gpu core when oc'ed.
Edited by mahanddeem - 2/24/16 at 1:09pm
post #3730 of 7500
I think they're generally safe without additional cooling, even with BIOS changes. Although mileage may vary and there are no guarantees, lower temperatures could potentially provide more stability and a longer life span, especially for people with hotter ambient temperatures.

So it may not be necessary, but it sure won't hurt.
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