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post #2671 of 5083
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Originally Posted by aanders9 View Post
Does the stock 465.rom need to be on the boot drive as well? I just have the 470.rom on there now. I only have one card installed.
C:\\>nvflash --index=0 -4 -5 -6 S465.rom
NVIDIA Firmware Update Utility (Version 5.95)
I/O ERROR: Cannot open file: S465.rom

That is the error you posted. Do you see any problem there? You are supposed to be flashing "470.rom" as you posted it is named.

Do the following:
Edit the bad command out of the autoexec.bat (the one about S465)
Reboot to flash drive

nvflash
nvflash -eraseeeprom
nvflash -4 -5 -6 470.rom
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post #2672 of 5083
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Sorry kidwolf, didn't see in your instructions where it said to put the 465.rom on there, only the 470. Thats probably the problem.
Also, I take it I don't need to backup my card bios, it is the same as the s465.rom included in the flash pack?
No worries, just follow the guide as it is right now and you will be fine. Blahblahblah pointed out the fallacy in your statement and he is right. But you don't need to edit the autoexec.bat, just fix your command. You want to flash 470.rom, not S465.rom.

Also, you're correct that you don't need to backup yours because it's the same as the one that I included in the pack.
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post #2673 of 5083
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Originally Posted by kidwolf909 View Post
I'm pretty sure my instructions explicitly state to put the 465 rom on the flash drive, so yes, it needs to be on there.

EDIT: Guide edited to reflect this... you should be A-OK now.
Very nice. It makes complete sense, I didn't get much sleep so I was just going step by step making sure not to screw anything up.
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post #2674 of 5083
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Very nice. It makes complete sense, I didn't get much sleep so I was just going step by step making sure not to screw anything up.


dont worry, something will go wrong

hey I CAN command it --index=0 --index=1 together right? and flash both at once?
post #2675 of 5083
Unlocked just fine. I am new to overclocking gpus so I need to do some research now.
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dont worry, something will go wrong

hey I CAN command it --index=0 --index=1 together right? and flash both at once?
I wouldn't try that, just on general principle.
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post #2677 of 5083
The only .ROM that HAS to be there is the BIOS that you want to flash to. The only GTX 465 .rom file that would be on there is the one you created using NVFLASH's backup feature. But it doesn't have to be there while flashing! The only .rom file that absolutely must be there is the one you type in below in Step 4.

Just type this:
  1. nvflash --eraseeeprom (that is pronounced "erase 'ee' p-rom")
  2. Press Enter
  3. Press 'y' to confirm
  4. nvflash -4 -5 -6 biosname.rom
  5. Press Enter
  6. Confirm it

I mean, once you have the BIOS file on the flash drive that you want (as well as nvflash's files), then this is all there is to it.
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post #2678 of 5083
I got both cards flashed to 470s. with updated drivers. In SLI...now just to overclock...

EDIT: using my own method of looking for artifacts in my nvidia screen saver I was able to OC these cards to 850888mhz @ 1.087v ??
Edited by XiDillon - 8/20/10 at 11:11am
post #2679 of 5083
Oh, by the way...

I beat my 5850 score last night. The 5850 was at 1090/1200 and my 465 (470) was at 865/1025.



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yeah, burn that red tide junk!
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