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Guys, I just flashed my Palit GTX970 Jetstream sevral times and I get almost the same results as before. What might be the rason? Are Palit cards hard locked or what? In benchmarks i have higher scores but in BF4 my core was 1515mhz now is 1519mhz or maybe 15130 -something. WHAT IS THE REASON ????
The screen shows 1605mhz but it crashes. i give a link to the BIOS i edited:
https://mega.nz/#!4hZknLYL!_ZR8yANMLDEOrD30ePV5TFyUfggvXOhNKM0b-hRdzBQ

Check out Laithan's modded bios thread , he is very knowledgeable and helpful , I am using his Modded bios currently on my G1 970GTX.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1544574/gigabyte-gtx-9xx-h2o-air-bios-tweaking
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(3) x 200mm Case Fans Win10 (2) Benq BL3200 32" + (2) NEC 23" M$ Natural 
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Guys I have a question. After I flashed my bios on my GTX970 and achieved the best reasults of core clock and ram CAN I DO SOMEWTHING ELSE TO BOOST THE PERFORMANCE ????
I use it for competetive gaming & need the best i can get. For example to up thew l2c GPC ? What are the safe numbers. If I make TDP base clock to Boost clock number (mine is 1531.5mhz) am I going to perform better. If i use Kboost feature on EVGA or 3D mode on ASUS, although my core clock "line" is flat in Afterburner. Give me suggestions please. The card is unlocked. It has Power Cap in Valley benchmark but in BF4 is good.I cant go higher on Power delivery because i have 2 6 pins.
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I have a question.I reinstalled Windows10 & now nvflash dont work on my card .It says "BIOS cert.2 Vewrification error, update aborted"
Why cant re-flash my bios. What can I do? I pic&drop the rom on nvflash.exe.I used 3 versions so far including latest 5.370.0
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