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That's great news! The eggshell has been cracked biggrin.gif

I was just playing around with Hex editor Neo.. it's quite detailed wow.. Nothing like HXD... unfortunately I have no idea what I am doing lol.



Some errors were expected. Quited from his thread
http://www.overclock.net/t/1521334/official-nvflash-with-certificate-checks-bypassed-for-gtx-950-960-970-980-980ti-titan-x

"New in version 5.287: Pascal Support. They changed a lot in the code and I had to find a new bypass point. You will see the following errors while flashing (that have been highlighted). You can ignore them and continue as normal.
"
Edited by Laithan - 6/25/16 at 7:03pm
post #72 of 600
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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

That's great news! The eggshell has been cracked biggrin.gif

I was just playing around with Hex editor Neo.. it's quite detailed wow.. Nothing like HXD... unfortunately I have no idea what I am doing lol.

I'm finding a program called "FlexHex" the most useful. Selecting and hovering over values gives it you in regular decimal too.

Once you've downloaded it, open up the BIOS in the program and scroll down all the purple values on the left hand side until you get to 0002E790.

Then select the first two sets of values in the last column and hover over them with your mouse.

It'll say either

Dec: 3000 for the SC BIOS

or

Dec: 4000 for the FE BIOS.




I was confused myself at first but thanks to Xarlith for providing the offsets it's easy to get going. Now I know what I'm looking for and what the values are converting to in decimal.

I'm off to bed now but I'll see if I can find some more values tomorrow that relate to clock speeds, even though by the time a suitable Nvflash version is out there will probably be a Pascal BIOS Editor released.

Edit:

I think you may be correct in your post in the Nvflash thread Laithan, I haven't seen the 3rd error I was getting in any of JoeDirt's testing, there might be an extra layer of security within the BIOS file itself to prevent modification?
Edited by Outcasst - 6/25/16 at 7:25pm
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Does anybody flashed the EVGA GTX 1070 SC-Bios on an EVGA GTX 1070 Founders Edition ?
Edited by BTCHSLP - 6/26/16 at 11:28pm
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I dont have 1070, but I flashed evga 1080 sc in an evga 1080 FE without issues.

Now the voltage goes max 1.093v, while with FE original bios only reached 1.091v... Not a great thing but got better... smile.gif
post #75 of 600
Sounds nice ... and then i need the uploaded SC-BIOS biggrin.gif

Can anybody please upload the EVGA GTX 1070 SC BIOS for me ? smile.gif
Edited by BTCHSLP - 6/27/16 at 2:13am
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Seconded. If anyone has an SC 1070 bios with 4000rpm fan, that would be most excellent!
post #77 of 600
1070SC.zip 149k .zip file - EVGA 1070 SC BIOS

My blower goes up to ~4300 RPM if I set it to 100% then it drops down to 3000 RPM. Normal GPU clock 1594MHz, Boost 1784MHz.
Code:
Identifying EEPROM...
EEPROM ID (EF,6013) : WBond W25Q40EW 1.65-1.95V 4096Kx1S, page
Reading adapter firmware image...
IFR Data Size         : 2172 bytes
IFR CRC32             : 914C839A
IFR Image Size        : 2560 bytes
IFR Image CRC32       : 8C62C899
IFR Subsystem ID      : 3842-6173
Image Size            : 253952 bytes
Version               : 86.04.1E.00.70
~CRC32                : 724DBC29
Image Hash            : FD4439906C3BBAA91A85DF66BB4D2F0D
Subsystem ID          : 3842-6173
Hierarchy ID          : Normal Board
Chip SKU              : 200-0
Project               : G411-0020
CDP                   : N/A
Build Date            : 05/20/16
Modification Date     : 06/03/16
Build GUID            : 00000000000000000000000000000000
UEFI Support          : Yes
UEFI Version          : 0x30002 (Apr  1 2016 @ 20605201 )
UEFI Variant Id       : 0x0000000000000007 ( GP1xx )
UEFI Signer(s)        : Microsoft Corporation UEFI CA 2011
InfoROM Version       : G001.0000.01.03
GPU Mode              : Graphics
Saving of image completed.

Edited by CapnBry - 6/28/16 at 4:48am
post #78 of 600
Thank you so much !!! thumb.gif
post #79 of 600
Hmm ... i can not flash the SC-Bios.


I deactivate the GPU in the device-manager and then
I executed following commands:

- nvflash.exe --save original.rom
- nvflash.exe --protectoff
- nvflash.exe 1070SC.rom

and i receive following error-message:
Code:
C:\Users\XX\Desktop\nvflash>nvflash.exe --save orginal.rom

NVIDIA Firmware Update Utility (Version 5.287.0)
Modified Version By Joe Dirt

Adapter: Graphics Device      (10DE,1B81,3842,6170) H:--:NRM S:00,B:01,D:00,F:00

The display may go *BLANK* on and off for up to 10 seconds during access to the EEPROM depending on your display adapter and output device.

Identifying EEPROM...
EEPROM ID (EF,6013) : WBond W25Q40EW 1.65-1.95V 4096Kx1S, page
Reading adapter firmware image...
IFR Data Size         : 2172 bytes
IFR CRC32             : 8E98B32A
IFR Image Size        : 2560 bytes
IFR Image CRC32       : 1637DE5F
IFR Subsystem ID      : 3842-6170
Image Size            : 253952 bytes
Version               : 86.04.1E.00.70
~CRC32                : 51B719B8
Image Hash            : D682D6797F89021496CDBEB70D74C7E6
Subsystem ID          : 3842-6170
Hierarchy ID          : Normal Board
Chip SKU              : 200-0
Project               : G411-0020
CDP                   : N/A
Build Date            : 05/20/16
Modification Date     : 05/31/16
Build GUID            : 00000000000000000000000000000000
UEFI Support          : Yes
UEFI Version          : 0x30002 (Apr  1 2016 @ 20605201 )
UEFI Variant Id       : 0x0000000000000007 ( GP1xx )
UEFI Signer(s)        : Microsoft Corporation UEFI CA 2011
InfoROM Version       : G001.0000.01.03
GPU Mode              : Graphics
Saving of image completed.

C:\Users\XX\Desktop\nvflash>nvflash.exe --protectoff

NVIDIA Firmware Update Utility (Version 5.287.0)
Modified Version By Joe Dirt

Adapter: Graphics Device      (10DE,1B81,3842,6170) H:--:NRM S:00,B:01,D:00,F:00

The display may go *BLANK* on and off for up to 10 seconds during access to the EEPROM depending on your display adapter and output device.

Identifying EEPROM...
EEPROM ID (EF,6013) : WBond W25Q40EW 1.65-1.95V 4096Kx1S, page
Setting EEPROM software protect setting...
Remove EEPROM write protect complete.

C:\Users\XX\Desktop\nvflash>nvflash.exe 1070SC.rom

NVIDIA Firmware Update Utility (Version 5.287.0)
Modified Version By Joe Dirt

Checking for matches between display adapter(s) and image(s)...

Adapter: Graphics Device      (10DE,1B81,3842,6170) H:--:NRM S:00,B:01,D:00,F:00

WARNING: Firmware image PCI Subsystem ID (3842.6173)
  does not match adapter PCI Subsystem ID (3842.6170).

ERROR: PCI subsystem ID mismatch

Can anyone help me with that ?
post #80 of 600
PCI subsystem ID mismatch.

You need to use "nvflash.exe -6 1070SC.rom"
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