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post #6831 of 8542
Thanks for your time Dark! There are many thankful people including myself.
Having now learnt to mod maxwell bios with Dark's help I might be able to mod a couple every now and then on here for people who cant figure out or are not confident enough to do their own. biggrin.gif
post #6832 of 8542
Hi ! i would like to request a bios for the GTX 965M , its from a alienware 15 r2 , I'm too scared to mid it myself , thanks in advance ! GM204.zip 66k .zip file
post #6833 of 8542
Hello, im wondering if someone could edit my msi 970 bios for me. I seem to have an issue with my power limit, i cant achieve the overclock i want with out adding voltage, but this card does not like that. Even if i add +10 after a minute or 2 the voltage will drop down to the stock 1.206. I have done some research and have copied the power table from a custom bios and can achieve a higher overclock as it doesn't drop voltage but the highest i can go is 1.23, if i try 1.25 the voltage drops down to 1.23. My current overclock is +1480 core (+160) and +200 mem. I would like to get over 1500 core which i think it could do with the right voltage. Temps never go over 66 so there's headroom there also. If some one could edit the power table or what ever is needed so i can run the card at 1.25v without it dropping because of the power limit, i would greatly appreciate it! I feel 1.25v is the highest i wana go.

Im uploading the stock bios and the custom bios that gets me 1.23v so you can compare and see how i changed the power table so far. GM204.zip 136k .zip file
Modded.zip 136k .zip file
post #6834 of 8542
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Originally Posted by MrTony139 View Post

Hello, im wondering if someone could edit my msi 970 bios for me. I seem to have an issue with my power limit, i cant achieve the overclock i want with out adding voltage, but this card does not like that. Even if i add +10 after a minute or 2 the voltage will drop down to the stock 1.206. I have done some research and have copied the power table from a custom bios and can achieve a higher overclock as it doesn't drop voltage but the highest i can go is 1.23, if i try 1.25 the voltage drops down to 1.23. My current overclock is +1480 core (+160) and +200 mem. I would like to get over 1500 core which i think it could do with the right voltage. Temps never go over 66 so there's headroom there also. If some one could edit the power table or what ever is needed so i can run the card at 1.25v without it dropping because of the power limit, i would greatly appreciate it! I feel 1.25v is the highest i wana go.

Modded your bios for 1506Mhz on the boost clock and 3700Mhz on the memory. I also changed the power table so it doesnt power throttle. The card should now boost up to 1506Mhz and stay there at 1.25v. No need for OC software now, just flash and fingers crossed it stays stable at 1506Mhz:) MrTony139------Blades.zip 136k .zip file
Blades.zip (136k. zip file)
Edited by mastablades - 8/4/16 at 5:56pm
post #6835 of 8542
Hey guys, greetings from Rio.

I am desperate the last coupe days.~

I tried to flash 2 GTX 970 itx from ga, one stopped working right after flashing, keeps showing artefacts on Windows 10

The other worked fine until now, which i accidentally flashed a wrong bios from a different bran d while tryig to fix the 1st GTX.

Here is how they are:

1 GTX 970, still showing artefacts.

1 GTX 970, wont boot into windows, just shows me a white screen.

Before saying anything, i already tried flashing the bios several times but there seems to be no result. nvflash shows me a message of BCRT 2.0 ERROR CERT or something like that whenever i try to flash now, using new nvflash version.

Aybody got any ideas? I dont have the original bios anymore, stupid moron i am...

My GTX are GV-N970IX04GD both of them, 1 with elpida and 1 with hynix memory..

Please heeeeeeelppppppp!!!!
post #6836 of 8542
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Originally Posted by mastablades View Post

Modded your bios for 1506Mhz on the boost clock and 3700Mhz on the memory. I also changed the power table so it doesnt power throttle. The card should now boost up to 1506Mhz and stay there at 1.25v. No need for OC software now, just flash and fingers crossed it stays stable at 1506Mhz:) MrTony139------Blades.zip 136k .zip file
Blades.zip (136k. zip file)
SHOULD LOCK THE CLOCK / OFF BOOST
post #6837 of 8542
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Originally Posted by asdkj1740 View Post

SHOULD LOCK THE CLOCK / OFF BOOST
why do you think that? I have tried both and I prefer that card to work as intended. my 980 strix boosts to 1506 and maintains maximum boost clock under full load but then downclocks properly when under less damanding loads. If you disable boost then the card will only switch between maximum performance state and idle state (no intermediate clocks)
post #6838 of 8542
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Originally Posted by hbastos2014 View Post

Hey guys, greetings from Rio.


I tried to flash 2 GTX 970 itx from ga, one stopped working right after flashing, keeps showing artefacts on Windows 10

The other worked fine until now, which i accidentally flashed a wrong bios from a different bran d while tryig to fix the 1st GTX.

Here is how they are:

1 GTX 970, still showing artefacts.

1 GTX 970, wont boot into windows, just shows me a white screen.

Before saying anything, i already tried flashing the bios several times but there seems to be no result. nvflash shows me a message of BCRT 2.0 ERROR CERT or something like that whenever i try to flash now, using new nvflash version.

try uninstalling all nvidia drivers then re-flash. I saw a post someone a couple of pages back having issues flashing and uninstalling drivers helped them i think. The artifacting on the first card is probably just because you have overclocked too aggresively. Try flashing a bios with lower clocks on the first card
post #6839 of 8542
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Originally Posted by mastablades View Post

why do you think that? I have tried both and I prefer that card to work as intended. my 980 strix boosts to 1506 and maintains maximum boost clock under full load but then downclocks properly when under less damanding loads. If you disable boost then the card will only switch between maximum performance state and idle state (no intermediate clocks)
still have some itermediate clocks
it makes sure the locked clock is absolutely stable in gaming and benchmarking at the preset voltage.
Edited by asdkj1740 - 8/4/16 at 9:17pm
post #6840 of 8542
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Originally Posted by asdkj1740 View Post

still have some itermediate clocks
it makes sure clock is absolutely stable in gaming and benchmarking at the preset voltage.
if you change the voltage table to deliver an exact voltage at the maximum boost bin then it will be just as stable using boost. i have CLK74 1506MHz @ 1.212v and is extrememly stable.
edit: on my card going to 1519MHz is unstable and artifacts whether or not i am using boost or fixed core clock. So for me personally, I would recommend setting your max stable OC as the max boost clock. That is my experience anyway after having refined my bios over much time of tweaking
Edited by mastablades - 8/4/16 at 9:11pm
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