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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

There is some NVIDIA published info re: boost 3.0 however as far as modding the BIOS and what the behavior might be in relation to maxwell, we just don't know. It does sound like tweaking might possibly be done different (the voltage table might be different). We just don't know yet frown.gif.

Throttling behavior isn't clear. There is one thing that is clear, voltage and power increases are needed...there's no doubt once we get them, we can expect higher performance especially under full cover blocks.

I'm just curious how well K-Boost works this time around, whether or not it locks clocks and voltages at their maximum or if they still get throttled down at predetermined temperatures by a step like with Maxwell. It's probably the same as before.
Precision XOC looks to give access to GPU Boost 3.0 voltage and frequency tables, not sure what its limitations are. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I take it there's no hope for custom BIOS's for my card in this thread since you glossed over that? tongue.gif
I should be able to copy/paste most of the settings from whatever you come up with for the 1070 G1 anyway.
I currently have a 970 G1 using the BIOS from this thread and its been perfect, with K-Boost my core is 1590mhz always in all applications regardless of temperature or load so thanks! thumb.gif

Unless my card is over like 90c (which it's nowhere near), I want maximum performance, voltage and frequency at all times while gaming.
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Sorry to ask again but can someone tell me how to flash the original bios?

G1 Gaming

What program to use?

Im getting a error using this nvflash.
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Hey guys,

i just bought an ASUS P279Q connected to my G1 GTX980 TI via Displayport (next to HDMI Port).
My old TFT is connected via DVI-D ... before the TFT was connected to DVI-I (So it has to be D_P BIOS)
I thought DVI-D and DP is only supported by D_D BIOS?!

Now with the change to DVI-D i thought the BIOS switches to D_D ... but it doesn't?!
I never flashed the D_D BIOS - only modded D_P flashed..

Maybe i flashed accidently the modded D_P to D_D too? Will that work?!

I hate that Flex-Connect ***** .. frown.gif
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Oh I know 100 TDP is not max, I'm just surprised that going through some cinematic sequences in the game pulls that much power from the card. Normal game play is in the 70's 80's % TDP

Oh ok.. I would say if the cut scenes are rendered in real time it would make sense.

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Originally Posted by Hunched View Post

I'm just curious how well K-Boost works this time around, whether or not it locks clocks and voltages at their maximum or if they still get throttled down at predetermined temperatures by a step like with Maxwell. It's probably the same as before.
Precision XOC looks to give access to GPU Boost 3.0 voltage and frequency tables, not sure what its limitations are. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I take it there's no hope for custom BIOS's for my card in this thread since you glossed over that? tongue.gif
I should be able to copy/paste most of the settings from whatever you come up with for the 1070 G1 anyway.
I currently have a 970 G1 using the BIOS from this thread and its been perfect, with K-Boost my core is 1590mhz always in all applications regardless of temperature or load so thanks! thumb.gif

Unless my card is over like 90c (which it's nowhere near), I want maximum performance, voltage and frequency at all times while gaming.

Thanks for the feedback smile.gif

The Precision XOC is interesting.. It doesn't actually let you define the voltage but the speed for a given voltage... BOOST 2.0 did all that for you automatically (boosted to the highest frequency based on an algorithm). I am not sure why manually having the ability to do this is going to help any... it just takes an automatic process and makes it a manual one. The voltage is still going to be the same and the max O/C is going to be the same regardless if you set it using a CORE + Mhz value or setting them manually for each part of the curve.... unless I'm missing something here wth.gif

For GP104 mods, there is hope YES! Hope for today, NOPE. smile.gif I plan to MOD them if I can get to the values but we aren't there yet.


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Originally Posted by Tchoui View Post

Sorry to ask again but can someone tell me how to flash the original bios?

G1 Gaming

What program to use?

Im getting a error using this nvflash.

Use a previous version. I use v5.218 by Joe Dirt. It's posted several times within the last 10 or so pages.

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Originally Posted by pfinch View Post

Hey guys,

i just bought an ASUS P279Q connected to my G1 GTX980 TI via Displayport (next to HDMI Port).
My old TFT is connected via DVI-D ... before the TFT was connected to DVI-I (So it has to be D_P BIOS)
I thought DVI-D and DP is only supported by D_D BIOS?!

Now with the change to DVI-D i thought the BIOS switches to D_D ... but it doesn't?!
I never flashed the D_D BIOS - only modded D_P flashed..

Maybe i flashed accidently the modded D_P to D_D too? Will that work?!

I hate that Flex-Connect ***** .. frown.gif


Luckily they finally did away with it.

These are the compatible/active ports for each BIOS:


I am not sure if I follow the sequence of events correctly.

If you were previously using ONLY DVI-D and you flashed the DP BIOS, yah that's not good. As you can see the DP BIOS is unable to use the DVI-D so it must have been DD. It should be corrected. It's the only way you would be seeing a DP BIOS when the DVI-D port is being used.

For me, I have to use the display port on the opposite site of the HDMI.. the one all the way at the end. I use that by itself or with HDMI or HDMI only and it is always DP for me.

Any other questions just ask smile.gif
Edited by Laithan - 6/26/16 at 8:19am
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LOL where do you find these things haha

ATI-VHS edition lol
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LOL where do you find these things haha

ATI-VHS edition lol

Found it in my old vhs collection who would have thought i had a r480 stuffed in my vhs porno collection smile.gif

No i just find em on other forums and have to spread them about not enough peeps do it any more
...its all facef@ck and things like that now
which tbh i dislike the facef@ck

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NOW STARRING


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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

Luckily they finally did away with it.

These are the compatible/active ports for each BIOS:


I am not sure if I follow the sequence of events correctly.

If you were previously using ONLY DVI-D and you flashed the DP BIOS, yah that's not good. As you can see the DP BIOS is unable to use the DVI-D so it must have been DD. It should be corrected. It's the only way you would be seeing a DP BIOS when the DVI-D port is being used.

For me, I have to use the display port on the opposite site of the HDMI.. the one all the way at the end. I use that by itself or with HDMI or HDMI only and it is always DP for me.

Any other questions just ask smile.gif

Hey Laithan,

so the only option to get the DP_Bios is using the both Displayports on the left side? All other Ports forces DD_Bios?
If it's correct, then i'm using DD_Bios all the time with your modded DP_Bios ... omg... does it bricked anything?
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Hello.

Regarding the fan speed on the GTX 970 BIOS mod.

So I'm confident that the BIOS I flashed was correctly copied, but the fan speed remains at 3.1 - 3.2k max RPM when I set it to 100%.

Is this just an error and it actually goes to 4.2k now or is there a problem with the BIOS settings?

Regarding voltage, it increased the limit from 1.256 to 1.275, I guess this is the limit a GTX 970 G1 will go to even with BIOS mods? tongue.gif
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Hello.

Regarding the fan speed on the GTX 970 BIOS mod.

So I'm confident that the BIOS I flashed was correctly copied, but the fan speed remains at 3.1 - 3.2k max RPM when I set it to 100%.

Is this just an error and it actually goes to 4.2k now or is there a problem with the BIOS settings?

Regarding voltage, it increased the limit from 1.256 to 1.275, I guess this is the limit a GTX 970 G1 will go to even with BIOS mods? tongue.gif


You copied from the BIOS in the OP or the special one I posted with 4,200 rpm? It's possible you have a fan model that didn't go to 4,200 but most did.


1.275v is the max software can display but you are actually getting 1.281v thumb.gif


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Originally Posted by pfinch View Post

Hey Laithan,

so the only option to get the DP_Bios is using the both Displayports on the left side? All other Ports forces DD_Bios?
If it's correct, then i'm using DD_Bios all the time with your modded DP_Bios ... omg... does it bricked anything?

You just need to re-flash the correct BIOS. There one way that bricks the card the other way some ports don't work. Both are fixable smile.gif

PS. And no, that's not only way to get DD BIOS there are combinations of ports that result in a certain BIOS. The sure way to guarantee DD is to use DVI-D only.

Guaranteed DP is to use the last Display port. (and DP BIOS does not stand for display port fyi to all)
Edited by Laithan - 6/27/16 at 7:56am
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