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post #2101 of 5083
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I could try to move it out in the open and see (: should I clean out the dust first? Been too lazy to do that since I didn't wanna do it in my room. But I shall get back with results after my dinner~

I found out that my CPU is underclocked by 14.4% and it's only running at 1.99 GHz =\\ hmm why is that!? Sorry my questions haven't really been related to the actual GPU XD I tried to ask in a different thread but haven't got any responses yet ):
Set the clocks manually, and while you're doing that, overclock that damn thing already. You're not dealing with binary explosives, a few nicks in settings here and there isn't gonna blow up and kill you.
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I could try to move it out in the open and see (: should I clean out the dust first? Been too lazy to do that since I didn't wanna do it in my room. But I shall get back with results after my dinner~
That depends: how dusty is it? Dust is a computer's #1 enemy. The worst thing that a person can do to a computer is to let dust build up on it.

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I found out that my CPU is underclocked by 14.4% and it's only running at 1.99 GHz =\\ hmm why is that!? Sorry my questions haven't really been related to the actual GPU XD I tried to ask in a different thread but haven't got any responses yet ):
It's only been three hours since you've asked in your thread.

Anyway, that's likely due to Intel SpeedStep and/or C1E. In my BIOS, these are called "CPU EIST Function", and "CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)".
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oh i wish i didn't miss the newegg deal =(. Ended up getting a evga for 279 after rebate, since all the other vendor ended up being the same price after shipping and tax for the 465.
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Set the clocks manually, and while you're doing that, overclock that damn thing already. You're not dealing with binary explosives, a few nicks in settings here and there isn't gonna blow up and kill you.
^__^ yes I will be doing that tonight. Hehe your words were somewhat encouraging so thank you~ at least I know I will live.

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That depends: how dusty is it? Dust is a computer's #1 enemy. The worst thing that a person can do to a computer is to let dust build up on it.


It's only been three hours since you've asked in your thread.

Anyway, that's likely due to Intel SpeedStep and/or C1E. In my BIOS, these are called "CPU EIST Function", and "CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)".
The components are only a little dusty but it's pretty dusty at the bottom of the case. Guess I'll get that done while I'm at it, have to open my case and pop in my brother's card to unlock it too so, meh.

Yeaahhh 3 hours seems like a long time to me >__< girls are impatient. Anyways I'll have to check out that "function" in my BIOS. Thanks for all the help so far, I'll probably make a new thread about my CPU's OC since I'm such a worryrat about instability and heat and everything! Then when I unlock and OC my GPU I'll post about it in this thread ;D Brb yummy spaghetti dinner time with the family calls.
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^__^ yes I will be doing that tonight. Hehe your words were somewhat encouraging so thank you~ at least I know I will live.



The components are only a little dusty but it's pretty dusty at the bottom of the case. Guess I'll get that done while I'm at it, have to open my case and pop in my brother's card to unlock it too so, meh.

Yeaahhh 3 hours seems like a long time to me >__< girls are impatient. Anyways I'll have to check out that "function" in my BIOS. Thanks for all the help so far, I'll probably make a new thread about my CPU's OC since I'm such a worryrat about instability and heat and everything! Then when I unlock and OC my GPU I'll post about it in this thread ;D Brb yummy spaghetti dinner time with the family calls.
Believe it or not, the GTX 465 GE can be unlocked without using another graphics card. Once you have the BIOS that you want to use and once you have made a USB flash drive bootable, it's really just as easy and as simple as this:
  1. Boot from the USB flash drive
  2. Type nvflash --eraseeeprom (that's "erase 'ee' p-rom")
  3. When prompted, press 'y' to confirm
  4. Type nvflash -4 -5 -6 biosname.rom (due to the 6.3 character filename limit, it's easiest to make sure the name of the BIOS is only 6 characters - that's 6 characters plus the three-character extension making "6.3")
  5. After telling nvflash that you're sure, it'll tell you when it's finished. When it's finished, press Ctrl+Alt+Del and boot Windows normally
  6. Expect Windows to reinstall the driver
  7. Reboot when it's finished
  8. Enjoy.
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Believe it or not, the GTX 465 GE can be unlocked without using another graphics card. Once you have the BIOS that you want to use and once you have made a USB flash drive bootable, it's really just as easy and as simple as this:
  1. Boot from the USB flash drive
  2. Type nvflash --eraseeeprom (that's "erase 'ee' p-rom")
  3. When prompted, press 'y' to confirm
  4. Type nvflash -4 -5 -6 biosname.rom (due to the 6.3 character filename limit, it's easiest to make sure the name of the BIOS is only 6 characters - that's 6 characters plus the three-character extension making "6.3")
  5. After telling nvflash that you're sure, it'll tell you when it's finished. When it's finished, press Ctrl+Alt+Del and boot Windows normally
  6. Expect Windows to reinstall the driver
  7. Reboot when it's finished
  8. Enjoy.

Incase it was not mentioned, a reminder to backup your ORIGINAL GTX 465 bios before doing the 'nvflash --eraseeeprom' command.

To save the original bios, the command is: nvflash --save biosname.rom
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Incase it was not mentioned, a reminder to backup your ORIGINAL GTX 465 bios before doing the 'nvflash --eraseeeprom' command.

To save the original bios, the command is: nvflash --save biosname.rom
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some more modding...

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What does adding more capacitors do?
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What does adding more capacitors do?
I asked him this as well but he didn't answer
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