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What should I do.. I'm using the stock 470 bios (msi), I'm at 1.087v 800/1600/1700 but can't push the memory any further without artifacting..

Why is it I always get ****ty chips... is it safe to push 1.1v + with another bios as long as temps are cool?>
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Originally Posted by pvt_awol View Post
Not a huge deal, but how come some of the card numbers on the first page have disappeared? Like mine? LOL.

Is it because I didn't post photo proof in this forum?LOL

well, in case it's lost, mine is #170. If I need to take a photo, I suppose I could do that.

Sorry about that awol. I was trying to edit the file on my iPod last night and all hell broke loose. It doesn't seem Google documents (spreadsheets in particular) are optimized that well for the iPod Touch at the moment.

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Originally Posted by Hatsuharu View Post
First post!

Just received my card today and I flashed to the BIOS that was included in the rar pack some pages back.

The defaults for the bios were 800core/1600shader/2000mem/1.087voltage

Are these supposed to be the defaults? They seem kinda high.

Also, what is the best way to test for stability? I'm running OCCT GPU 0.71 and it's close to 10 minutes @ 84C @ 60% fan. Would the program tell me if there were artifacts?

That is an overclocked BIOS. 1.087v is actually the max safe voltage for these chips (you can push it higher depending on your temperatures). That being said, if the card is stable then you could just leave it with that BIOS.

To test for stability I will usually use Kombustor while monitoring temps with Afterburner and watching for artifacts. I think EVGA's OC Scanner utility will actually "scan" for artifacts so you don't need to watch it.


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Originally Posted by Kny View Post
Don't really know how I'm going to RMA a card that works absolutely fine as a GTX 465. If I flash it to a 470 there is a problem, but they will obviously see that the BIOS has been flashed and most likely refuse a replacement, no? I'll try every BIOS out there tomorrow. My second card arrived today. Didn't even bother opening the Newegg box...
I would just suggest trying a different BIOS until you can find one that works properly.

I just read through 10 pages of posts and didn't notice if this was asked and or answered, so bear with me please.

Have you tried upping the voltage after flashing and installing drivers? The VID may be too low for the clocks on the BIOS you had originally tried. All cards are different and these Golden Editions must have been binned as 465s for some reason (probably running high VIDs).
Edited by Frosty88 - 8/11/10 at 8:40pm
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Originally Posted by Pankie View Post
What should I do.. I'm using the stock 470 bios (msi), I'm at 1.087v 800/1600/1700 but can't push the memory any further without artifacting..

Why is it I always get ****ty chips... is it safe to push 1.1v + with another bios as long as temps are cool?>
I wonder if it's a hole - similar to a FSB hole. I mean, for example: I was experimenting with 825/1650/1785 just now, but then I thought I saw an artifact in Mirror's Edge. So I lowered 810/1620/1785 and started getting ready for bed. I began the process by rebooting. But I came back to my computer only to find a BSOD.

Well, to make a long story short, I figured out that I needed to go back up to 825 core to avoid the BSOD. So now I am just thinking that either the combination of 810 and 1785 is bad, or perhaps 810 is a hole and the artifact I might have seen could have been caused by too high of a memory clock (or perhaps it's at a weak spot just like my theory with the core clock).
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To anyone who has unlocked and overclocked their card:

I think we should try to find the best BIOS here so it can be posted in the OP. That way everyone can work together on getting the most out of these cards.

If your card seems to clock better on a specific BIOS, then please post it along with the clocks and voltage you can achieve while using said BIOS.

Edited by Frosty88 - 8/11/10 at 8:48pm
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How can I up the voltage when, after flashing, MSI Afterburner or W7 doesn't even recognize the card at all. The only thing that sees the card is GPU-Z. Trying to open MSI AB, it says "No supported Components" or whatever... ;\\ How else can I adjust voltage?
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Hey, my number isn't in the list. I had it in the screenshot.

1871!
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How can I up the voltage when, after flashing, MSI Afterburner or W7 doesn't even recognize the card at all. The only thing that sees the card is GPU-Z. Trying to open MSI AB, it says "No supported Components" or whatever... ;\\ How else can I adjust voltage?
A BIOS with a higher VID may do the trick. Older drivers aren't working for you at this point?


The only other occurrence I've seen of the unrecognized amount of memory was when BlahBlahBlah flashes his card. I think nvflash -9 solved that, but it appears you've already tried that.
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Hey, my number isn't in the list. I had it in the screenshot.

1871!
Sorry, TwoCables. It's getting slightly hard to keep track of all the numbers and unlocked status when there are 10 new pages every time I check this thread.


It's been updated and sorted by card number. It'll make it easier to find the user with #1337. Hopefully someone on here will get it!
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I wonder if it's a hole - similar to a FSB hole. I mean, for example: I was experimenting with 825/1650/1785 just now, but then I thought I saw an artifact in Mirror's Edge. So I lowered 810/1620/1785 and started getting ready for bed. I began the process by rebooting. But I came back to my computer only to find a BSOD.

Well, to make a long story short, I figured out that I needed to go back up to 825 core to avoid the BSOD. So now I am just thinking that either the combination of 810 and 1785 is bad, or perhaps 810 is a hole and the artifact I might have seen could have been caused by too high of a memory clock (or perhaps it's at a weak spot just like my theory with the core clock).
lol I appreciate you trying to help, but how is that a response to my question?
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