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yes, i read
i use 5.218 nvflash with the link you gave
same erorr
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yes, i read
i use 5.218 nvflash with the link you gave
same erorr


did you take the Write Protection off the Bios 1st ? see below..............


NVFLASH COMMANDS , (from another post here on OC )

The override options (--overridesub, --overridetype) can only be used when there is a single display adapter to be updated with a single firmware image. A single display adapter can be specified with the “--index” option. If there is only one NVIDIA display adapter in the system, then the use of “--index” is not needed. A single firmware image is specified by either just supplying the filename of a single firmware image (which will have a *.ROM extension)

It is important that the update process not be interrupted due to power failure or by a forced reset. If an error occurs during the flash process, it is advisable not to reboot the computer until the problem can be determined. The card may be unable to be restarted if a failed update has occurred (and thus the system as a whole may not reboot).
If the original firmware image contains an IEEE 1394 GUID, the update command will preserve it and NOT use the GUID of the new image.
Where -5 means : --overridetype = Allow firmware and adapter PCI device ID to mismatch.
Where -6 means : --overridesub = Allow firmware and adapter PCI device ID to mismatch.


STANDARD BIOS FLASH COMMAND

nvflash --index=1 -5 -6 BIOS.ROM (enter)

I used 'BIOS.ROM' as an example, you'll need to change it to whatever name you gave your modded BIOS.
( or rename the modded bios so you can copy and paste)
This command will flash your GPU with the new BIOS that you selected by typing the name of the BIOS.
NO WAY BACK!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not interrupt!!!!!!!! and wait for the succesfull message.

OVERRIDE SWITCH -4

nvflash --index=1 -4 -5 -6 BIOS.ROM (enter) (BIOS.ROM is example name)
There is an override switch for force flashing mismatched sub-vendor or hardware ID's (often required for flashing a BIOS from a different vendor);
This command will flash your GPU with the new BIOS that you selected by typing the name of the BIOS.
NO WAY BACK!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not interrupt!!!!!!!! and wait for the succesfull message.





OR THESE 3 BASIC COMMANDS

nvflash --protectoff (enter) = this command let you see the installed GPU(s) and removes the write protect so you can flash.

nvflash --save(File name that you give .rom) (enter) = this command makes a save of the selected GPU BIOS. ( do this before you flash your new BIOS, so you got a backup of the original).

nvflash(Name of the OC BIOS made with NiBiTor and copied to the bootable).rom (enter)
this command will flash your GPU with the new BIOS that you selected by typing the name of the BIOS.
NO WAY BACK!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not interrupt!!!!!!!! and wait for the succesfull message.
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What is the most stable high overclock gtx 970 drive now ? With the leasest driver my gtx 970 is crash with 1600mhz on core but before that it never happen but I can't remember that version is that ?
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What is the most stable high overclock gtx 970 drive now ? With the leasest driver my gtx 970 is crash with 1600mhz on core but before that it never happen but I can't remember that version is that ?

There's a new driver so often it's hard to keep track. The truth is, each app will allow a different overclock due to more or less workload complexity. Is it just possible you are running the same speed but a different game/app? Assuming that you are using the same game/app and you're purely looking at driver differences you can try 365.19.

There's also a review of each driver here in the root thread here if you want to look through some of the general feedback real quick.
http://www.overclock.net/f/71/nvidia-drivers-and-overclocking-software

Personally I'm using the latest driver and not seeing any loss of O/C but maybe I just didn't test enough. 368.69
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~40C diff in temps compared to Frowner's edition, not really better O/Cing and still throttling under 2000Mhz
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~40C diff in temps compared to Frowner's edition, not really better O/Cing and still throttling under 2000Mhz

Yep not good really

That is why i got a 1080 g1 for testing for myself the rest are for clients

this DPC is a joke its really bad i have 3 pc's for clients 2 1070's 1 1080 all lagging in desktop browsing... games however are a mixed bag they run ok slight hickup now and again only way to solve is disable power states or power options in high performance..

However as soon as i place a 980 ti in any three of the problematic DPC pc's its magically gone DPC hovering between 25us to 75us as soon as the 1070/80 go's back in i am shooting back upto 8000us

What bugs me more is why non of this was found in reviews ???

The problem i have now i dislike giving any built & paid for pc when all clearly have issues.

What do i say sorry that you have paid for your system but there is an issue with your card however causing the above issuies however nvidia have stated ..(well some guy on there forums) that it will be fixed SOON i use the word SOON we all know what nvidia are like ..so you have to use your brand new pc with this issue until fixed frown.gif

just make's me look a little unprofessional

not good is it ....
post #5787 of 7458
There is a new F2-beta bios on Gigabytes home-site to GTX 1080 G1, must try it today:
http://download.gigabyte.eu/FileList/BIOS/vga_bios_n1080g1_8gd_f2_beta.zip
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No problems at all here with a gigabyte 1080 g1 , main monitor XB271HU 165hz g-sync also windowed and 2nd 1920x1080 60hz .on hdmi. Card rock stable 2050 no power or volts raising needed tongue.gif

4790k 4.8ghz on asus maximus VII latest bios

Now on F2 bios but got released for fix this problem https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/gigabyte-gtx-1080-g1-gaming-fan-spikes.223629/
Edited by nerfon - 7/17/16 at 11:14am
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Personally I'm using the latest driver and not seeing any loss of O/C but maybe I just didn't test enough. 368.69

It's because its the best recent driver for 980 ti without any crashes, on the new one 368.81 i have 2 crashed until now with the same oc.
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That new F2beta bios is better than original F1 bios. My G1/1080 overclocks now higher clocks, approx ~30Mhz higher boosts are stable. 3dMark Time Spy give +600 points more GPU (71xx > 7779) and Firestrike 1080 GPU 23k+ >> 24k+.
Edited by Hiikeri - 7/17/16 at 6:57pm
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