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i side green bar that show 3 way sli is active is there any where i can hide it ? it show in gaming screen too >_<
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I decide to try Flash my Zotac 470.

What will be the best and easiest method to Backup my GPU Bios in case anything goes wrong.

Does NiBiTor 5.6 is good option..? or I have to use the HP USB Boot option..?

Thanks for all your help.

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Use nvflash to flash with

use "nvflash -b backup.rom" to backup your BIOS before flashing.
    
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Use nvflash to flash with

use "nvflash -b backup.rom" to backup your BIOS before flashing.
Thanks for the replay

Can I use the Windows version nvfalsh_windows-5-95.0.1, where is stored my GPU bios..?

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Yes, you can. The backup will be saved in the nvflash folder.

This will answer most your Q's about Windows flashing.
    
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Just thought i'd share my recent OC. My case + new cooler will hopefully allow me room to OC my phenom II. I think my CPU is holding back my GPU. Below is my P vantage results and a linky to my H vantage result.

fan is at 100% on this wanted to make sure i'd keep it as cool as possible with the volts it was fed. Norm i run 850core @1.1v for gaming.



http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dmv=22888111
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I was just curious if having different BIOS versions on each card when in SLI can be a problem. Right now I have a Asus and MSI in SLI and they have different BIOS versions. Everything seems to be running fine, but wanted to see if it is best to have them the same.

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post #458 of 926
caps came in today for Gunslingers SC/FTW's .. they are like 1/2 the length of a AA battery..and just as thick.. .. 16v 4700uf !! pics soon as I get back home.. office post!
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First use command '--protectoff'. It will ask which lane you want to to this to. You should have choices like 0 and 1. Note this. Now when you flash use the long command. '--index=x -4 -5 -6 BIOS.rom' Replace x with 0 or 1 for your slot flashing of choice.
Thanks. Did it without that command though. Just pointed it to the correct index and flashed.
post #460 of 926
posted in vmod section too... GTX480 SC/FTW


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