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Keep getting an invalid error when trying to open.
http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/i...ace=&memSize=0

Hopefully you can search from there.
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post #1242 of 5083
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http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/i...ace=&memSize=0

Hopefully you can search from there.
Feel like an idiot. Just gotta rename from .bin to .rom. *sigh*
Edited by Metonymy - 8/9/10 at 10:43pm
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Nope, same error. What program did you use to open the file? I'll grab it and give it a try. Apparently my program doesn't like it.
Well all I did was grab the link from the site and put it here. I'm using Firefox if that's what you're wondering.

This is better: go to techpowerup.com and on the main page there is a section called Databases. Under it there is a section called VGA Bios Collection and that's where they're located.
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used the bios

http://www.mediafire.com/?e7kqidb47ezjbot

and with OC scanner test at 1280x1024 it's loading at 75C - 76C stable for an hour now.
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used the bios

http://www.mediafire.com/?e7kqidb47ezjbot

and with OC scanner test at 1280x1024 it's loading at 75C - 76C stable for an hour now.
Time to put some real TIM in there and see what those temps drop to.
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Do you guys recommend to reapply thermal paste? 75C for an hour doesn't seem bad at all.
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yup i gotta reapply it. probably gonna use shin etsu x23 but i wanted to test hte card out first because there were some people that couldn't get the card to unlock/oc correctly so i didn't want to waste my time. so after some more stress tests i'm gonna reapply the TIM and hopefully i get some losses for the C.

BTW if u ask me any techincal questions -- i might not be able to answer them because i'm not great with overclocking video cards. H22ownzj00 is my friend he understands it a lot more than me haha.
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Do you guys recommend to reapply thermal paste? 75C for an hour doesn't seem bad at all.
I would, but that's just me. I want my card to run as cool as possible, even if it's not overclocked.

Cooler temps help prolong the life of electronics.
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Thanks Cables. Is there anything special I have to do before I take out my current ATI cards? Driver sweeper etc? Again, never done any of this stuff before. I will watch video.

Danny, I got you down on the flashing bro.

Give me a call around 7:30 (arizona time) I'll be home from work by then, I'll talk you through the flash process. In the meantime, do some benchies with the cards at stock so that after the flash you can confirm your glorious gains.

My number is sent via PM

Also, I dunno what you're trying to do by running the autoexec on your flash drive, but that's not how you do this. You need to start up the PC with the USB drive in, go into the bios, and choose to boot from the USB stick (it should show up like another hard drive).

Then you restart, and it should boot up into DOS using the stick. After a splash screen you should end up with an A:> prompt (possibly another letter, doesn't really matter). As long as you have NVFLASH.exe and the bios file also on the USB drive, you are then good to go.
    
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