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Originally Posted by seboxxl View Post

My fans won't go over 3200 rpm. The card is 970 G1 F41 BIOS modified.
Is there any solution?

Did you MOD the BIOS already or not? We can increase the max RPMs in the BIOS however not all 970 fans would run @ 4,200.. I think all the 980's and higher would. I posted a 4,200 rpm BIOS a few pages back if you wanted to use it as a reference (unless you already did).



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Originally Posted by saruth View Post

GM204.zip 136k .zip file
is it ok to copy this evga custom bios setting to gtx970 g1 gaming f60 bios and is it safe to go 1.3v


I suppose you could if the PCI-e connectors are identical. We've got a MUMOD BIOS in the OP already done for that specific GPU if you didn't see.
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There are others that will disagree, but IMHO 1.281v is the max voltage you are going to want to push on GM204. I've seen 1.312v work but eventually freak out under certain conditions (VREL perfcaps indicating the VRMs aren't stable at that voltage).


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Originally Posted by jackspadeza View Post

First of all thank you so much Laithan! You're a real champion.

Indeed it appears to be the removal of msi that I missed.

I followed the steps again to the tee, flashed and everything worked superb. I was able to achieve 1540Mhz on the core. very stable indeed.

Thank you so much for you work and the help!smile.gif


Thanks for the feedback & compliment. biggrin.gif

Glad you got it worked out!


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Originally Posted by OfMiceAndMen View Post

Hi, I have an issue where I can't revert my BIOS to stock. I've tried using the .rom backup I made using GPU-Z, before flashing to the custom BIOS, but this error appears: BCRT Error: Certificate 2.0 verification failed. I'm using the latest nvflash v5.28. Is there something wrong with my backup BIOS? I've tried using someone else's stock BIOS and the one uploaded on Gigabytes website but the same error appears. VGA @Bios won't even detect the gpu. Anyone faced this issue before?
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Originally Posted by giodegracia View Post

having the same issue as well. what i did was just load my stock bios on maxwellbiostweaker. then opened another window of maxwellbiostweaker and opened the mumod bios. copied all the values from the stock bios to the mumod bios and saved it and i flashed that bios and it worked. but still i want to know why nvflash doesnt allow flashing back the stock bios.

Who even flashes back to STOCK (yuck) lol! If selling, pass on the fun smile.gif

Just need to use an older version, try this
nvflsh645.218.zip 951k .zip file



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Originally Posted by gogoAustria View Post

Hey!

I bought a Gigabyte GTX 980Ti Extreme air.

I dont want a full fanless mode (gets too hot in MutliMonitor view), but can I do a BIOS tweak to run the fans under 500RPM (14% in Afterburner)?
I also dont need any voltage boost or something, my card runs fine with 1500MHz/4050MHz with a 77.1% ASIC.

My GPU now is the only thing i can hear out of my case.

Please help me to get my card more silent!


Hi.. 14% is technically going to be 588rpm. Here you go.
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This is when I feel soooooo dumb... doh.gif

Need HEX experts to decipher plz


http://www.overclock.net/t/1601329/gtx-1070-1080-bios-who-has-it/100#post_25306148
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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

Did you MOD the BIOS already or not? We can increase the max RPMs in the BIOS however not all 970 fans would run @ 4,200.. I think all the 980's and higher would. I posted a 4,200 rpm BIOS a few pages back if you wanted to use it as a reference (unless you already did).
Yes I did. I've even tried your BIOS, still it's 3200 rpm in GPU-Z.
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I have buy the GTX 1070 Gaming G1. The Card is great but how can i oc?
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tested new bios f60 thumb.gif
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Hi guys, i'm new here and I need some help.

I built a Hackintosh with a GTX 980 Ti Xtreme and the only way I can get more speed out of it is to tweak the bios. I have two questions:

1. Will flashing to the OP bios file do anything for me since I can't use an overclocking app?

2. Which bios file should I use from the OP? There are 2 choices for the 980 Ti Xtreme. I'll post a screen shot below.

Thanks.

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Originally Posted by EricTheRed1 View Post

Hi guys, i'm new here and I need some help.

I built a Hackintosh with a GTX 980 Ti Xtreme and the only way I can get more speed out of it is to tweak the bios. I have two questions:

1. Will flashing to the OP bios file do anything for me since I can't use an overclocking app?

2. Which bios file should I use from the OP? There are 2 choices for the 980 Ti Xtreme. I'll post a screen shot below.

Thanks.


If you don't use overclocking app (MSI AB) this bios is not for you.
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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

This is when I feel soooooo dumb... doh.gif

Need HEX experts to decipher plz


http://www.overclock.net/t/1601329/gtx-1070-1080-bios-who-has-it/100#post_25306148
Was reading your replies on the thread. Do you really think a single 8 pin power on the GTX 1080 will be a problem for overclocking via a mod bios?
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I doubt a bios flash will solve overclocking headroom. It will fix the throttling tho and make it more stable ...
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Originally Posted by seboxxl View Post

Yes I did. I've even tried your BIOS, still it's 3200 rpm in GPU-Z.


Sorry, the model fans used on your card are not capable. I know the 980's fans can go to 4,200 but I thought for sure some of the 970's could also... (2nd guessing myself now).


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Originally Posted by dippadui View Post

tested new bios f60 thumb.gif


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Thanks for the feedback sir. I need to try that test..



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Originally Posted by EricTheRed1 View Post

Hi guys, i'm new here and I need some help.

I built a Hackintosh with a GTX 980 Ti Xtreme and the only way I can get more speed out of it is to tweak the bios. I have two questions:

1. Will flashing to the OP bios file do anything for me since I can't use an overclocking app?

2. Which bios file should I use from the OP? There are 2 choices for the 980 Ti Xtreme. I'll post a screen shot below.

Thanks.


Hackintosh smile.gif Cool project.. See any "upgrade to Windows 10" pop-ups? LMAO wink.gif
I agree that if there is no compatible overclocking utility for the O/S then you would need to MOD the O/C. First you need to identify your 100% rock solid stable maximum boost speed under the worst conditions. This is next-gen, max settings, 4K res, etc. This way you don't risk programming an unstable overclock in the BIOS.

(1) Flashing the BIOS in the OP "as is" won't help you at all.. Flashing a custom version of it would though thumb.gif Identify you max stable speed and then let me know if you have F10 or C6-G BIOS and if using DD or DP so I can MOD it for you.

(2) You need to follow the instructions in the OP on how to flash a modified BIOS, it will cover in detail the steps you need to take to determine which BIOS version your GPU currently has so you can match it up.


Let me know smile.gif




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Originally Posted by dude0014 View Post

Was reading your replies on the thread. Do you really think a single 8 pin power on the GTX 1080 will be a problem for overclocking via a mod bios?


It's not really the point as I've been bashing Pascal cards with only a single 8-pin from the start... We are just trying to figure out how to MOD the BIOS. The REAL benefit will be when we can access voltage and all other variable that we need to tweak...

I firmly believe (we can't prove yet) that no matter what you do there will be no way to fully eliminate PWR perfcaps on a single 8-pin 10x0. They are gimped at the hardware level. This was gouge marketing and a sleezy move by NVIDIA IMO.


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Originally Posted by zGunBLADEz View Post

I doubt a bios flash will solve overclocking headroom. It will fix the throttling tho and make it more stable ...

Flashing that "SC" BIOS seemed to show that the power limit had been increased (also evident by memory overclocking having an advantage since O/C memory uses a lot more power). It could technically allow a higher boost if the reason the GPU couldn't boost higher was PWR perfcaps. Having said that, I would agree with you that flashing that BIOS would just allow you to stay at a higher boost, longer and most likely not provide any additional O/C headroom.

Once we can get to the voltage I think this will change potentially however the way things are looking voltage may not help Pascal much.... and if it DOES it might ONLY be under H2O or better cooling (we already see that Pascal runs very hot, even hotter than I think GM204 was)..This is a bad sign for voltage and AIR headroom...
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