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http://www.overclock.net/t/1521334/official-nvflash-with-certificate-checks-bypassed-for-gtx-950-960-970-980-980ti-titan-x/590#post_25246436

^ I found all the GP1xx ID's in the BIOS smile.gif

There will be GP100, GP102, GP104, GP106 and GP108...

interesting
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I tried to record the flashing I was talking about: First two happen at around 0:28 , next one at 1:03 then there's a few more at the end of the video.

that's strange i see em not sure what it is all most looks like some kind of funky HDR for a split second but hard to tell in the video ....does anything show up in the gpu monitoring when it does that

My be a daft one ...but maybe test on another monitor to see if it does the same ...
Edited by harney - 6/10/16 at 4:35pm
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I tried to record the flashing I was talking about: First two happen at around 0:28 , next one at 1:03 then there's a few more at the end of the video.

How about unigine heaven @ 4k? If it doesn't happen in other apps it could just be some odd software issue. You could try to use DDU and install fresh drivers. If it was hardware or too much power/voltage you should see it elsewhere at least once...

I agree, a GPU-z log with the logging interval set to .1 seconds would be very helpful.
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Originally Posted by harney View Post

that's strange i see em not sure what it is all most looks like some kind of funky HDR for a split second but hard to tell in the video ....does anything show up in the gpu monitoring when it does that

My be a daft one ...but maybe test on another monitor to see if it does the same ...
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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

How about unigine heaven @ 4k? If it doesn't happen in other apps it could just be some odd software issue. You could try to use DDU and install fresh drivers. If it was hardware or too much power/voltage you should see it elsewhere at least once...

I agree, a GPU-z log with the logging interval set to .1 seconds would be very helpful.

It seems it was a combination of too high memory clock and 4k. I was scanning Heaven and Valley for artifacts at the same speeds and was forced to go down a few steps, just normal memory artifacts there no flashing. Then I reran FFXIV at the new speed and the flashing is gone.
I also can not seem to get Heaven nor Valley to run at 4k. I input the resolution but the window is clearly smaller, I would guess windowed 1080p.

I only have a GPU-Z log with 1 sec update timer. Perfcap was blank the whole time.
I can rerun the test tomorrow with a log if you just wanna see if it's traceable for future reference.

Anyway, I think I'm rid of all artifacts now, there might be tiny ones left that are hard to spot due to other imperfections in Unigine, but they'll manifest in game at some point.
So I've settled at 1554/7840.
Will post bench results tomorrow smile.gif
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Just upgrade my 980TI G1 Gaming to a Extreme Gaming smile.gif

Tried to flash de original rom back to the G1 Gaming but failed.

Used nvflash to do that.

Any ideias?

What to expect from this modified bios?
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I did mention SLI but my main point was this that being the crazy prices us in the uk have to put up with re the 1080 and more so the 1070
i know over 10 peeps now that have given up on the pc and moved to console mainly down to cost and the way nvidia is trying to be apple forcing a new phone card down your throat each year ...

gtx 1070
£479.99 that's $684.73

that was my point really the sli i added in mainly due to who would really be left in the market just elite enthusiast with money to burn to run there benchmarks..

sry if the 1st post came across wrong ...
Ah, maybe I read into to it to much, thought you meant the 3-4 way, not price.

I agree, this new "founder edition is just a way to get more money and it lets 3rd party now go above with there gaming cards, so Price artificially gets raise because of it.
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What to expect from this modified bios?

There is information in the OP as to what benefits this MOD has. Please take a look tongue.gif


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Ah, maybe I read into to it to much, thought you meant the 3-4 way, not price.

I agree, this new "founder edition is just a way to get more money and it lets 3rd party now go above with there gaming cards, so Price artificially gets raise because of it.

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So I've settled at 1554/7840.
Will post bench results tomorrow smile.gif

That's still VERY good you know! CONGRATS!
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Pea method works fine as long as you have both relative flat surfaces for both die/IHS and heatsink bottom.

For HS that use direct contact heatpipe though you need to lay lines right on heatpipe because of gapes between each pipe.

Good point. In past I've had two diff versions of CM Hyper 212 Evo. Older one had grooves/gaps between heat pipes. Newer one had smooth solid block, even with direct contact heat pipes.

Pea method does work fine in lots of cases.

Nik's comment about price is not off mark too far, as I paid $18 US for Gelid Extreme, but it's a large enough tube for maybe 10 applications, where $13 for Kryonaut is only enough for maybe 3 applications. Griz Hydronaut is prob enough for 25 applications for about $20. Will prob try that next. Gelid was experiment for me, but pretty happy w results.

Father in law's Toshiba laptop was randomly shutting down b4 putting Gelid Extreme on it and now I can't get CPU temp over 64C if I try!
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The improved bios fan control is in auto mode correct?
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That's still VERY good you know! CONGRATS!

Thanks. It's more than I expected when I first thought about overclocking smile.gif

Some results:

Left side is approximately stock speed, it's not perfect due to new bios but it's very close. Right side max oc.
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So 11.3% increase in Heaven, 11.8% in Valley and 10.3% in FFXIV. Which pretty much mirrors the 11% increase on core clock biggrin.gif
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