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Same result. The autoexec thing simply did everything I was manually typing, so that was nice, but the result is the same. I would see the "starting windows" screen with the flying windows flag, but after that, nada.

Restarted, let autoexec do it's thing, reflash to s465.rom, and here I am. I think my card is not one of the magic ones.
This is your last option: Try this process posted by Two Cables to do a fresh driver install. I have a gut feeling your drivers may be corrupt.

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I didn't look on the fps in kombustor when I was running it but it's really good to know and make a comparison chart or screenshots between those settings that I had.

I'll do it tonight and will report back here with screenshots.

I noticed that on nvidia inspector but I get higher clocks though. I was getting 810 and was getting 408 whenever it downclocks.
Looking forward to those results.

What nvidiaInspector does leads me to believe there is a methodology to overclocking these cards which isn't very clearly explained anywhere on the net. Or at least I have been unable to find some type of official 'overclocking guide'.
Edited by spoolindsm127 - 10/5/10 at 5:36pm
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Ok, back with an update. Long story short, nothing really worked. But I am coming across a screen I've never seen before. I see this screen after I flash, reboot, find that it's not loading windows, and then reboot into usb drive. This is what comes up:



Should I say yes to this? I feel like saying yes to this would be very bad for some reason, but I'm not sure why.

Thoughts? Am I dead in the water?
I got the same screen on my second card (#1698) when tried to flash it to the ocx480 bios, just re-flashed with a stock EVGA bios and it worked.
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This is your last option: Try this process posted by Two Cables to do a fresh driver install. I have a gut feeling your drivers may be corrupt.



Looking forward to those results.

What nvidiaInspector does leads me to believe there is a methodology to overclocking these cards which isn't very clearly explained anywhere on the net. Or at least I have been unable to find some type of official 'overclocking guide'.

There not much of a change between these 4 settings.

850/1700/1700 @ 1.000v
FPS: Min-25 Max-29 Average 26


825/1650/1700 @ 1.000v
FPS: Min-25 Max-29 Average 26


800/1600/1800 @ 1.000v
FPS: Min-25 Max-30 Average 26


800/1600/1800 @ 0.987v
FPS: Min-25 Max-30 Average 26


Kombustor settings
- unlock power draw
- 1024x768
- AA mode: 8X MSAA

1 fps difference on between 1700 and 1800 memory clock. I ran each of them for 5 minutes only because I don't think fps will magically change if run longer.
post #4174 of 5083
Well I did the driver cleaning thing, never thought to re-do that. I installed the drivers for the 465 and just left those. Still, same result. I'm downloading the evga driver now just in case haha
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You know what's funny, is I can laod into windows as long as there are no drivers installed. Right now, I'm on evga stock 470 bios, no drivers, completely swept clean.

Sure everything is LARGE, but I'm running a 470! lol

Here's a GPU-Z screenshot:

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You know what's funny, is I can laod into windows as long as there are no drivers installed. Right now, I'm on evga stock 470 bios, no drivers, completely swept clean.

Sure everything is LARGE, but I'm running a 470! lol

Here's a GPU-Z screenshot:


Yes, you're running a 470 based on your shaders. Are you using the mini HDMI or DVI?
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DVI.

And I just tried installing drivers... no dice. Same herp derp end result

Back on 465 now... which works fantastic! lol
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have you tried the nvidia beta drivers? it is supposed to have a new feature that uninstalls the old drivers before installing the new ones. That could come in handy for you in this situation.

I would first, boot to safe mode, use driver sweeper and remove nvidia drivers, and then install the latest nvidia drivers, 258.96, or evga ones if you prefer.
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There not much of a change between these 4 settings.

850/1700/1700 @ 1.000v
FPS: Min-25 Max-29 Average 26


825/1650/1700 @ 1.000v
FPS: Min-25 Max-29 Average 26


800/1600/1800 @ 1.000v
FPS: Min-25 Max-30 Average 26


800/1600/1800 @ 0.987v
FPS: Min-25 Max-30 Average 26


Kombustor settings
- unlock power draw
- 1024x768
- AA mode: 8X MSAA

1 fps difference on between 1700 and 1800 memory clock. I ran each of them for 5 minutes only because I don't think fps will magically change if run longer.
Very interesting results...

I guess this is showing the "diminishing point of return" when OCing these cards past a certain point. Seems to me that the best OC is somewhere in the ~700MHz range. This is probably what I will be shooting for, then push memory clock as high as it can go.

Thanks for the follow up very informative indeed
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There not much of a change between these 4 settings.

850/1700/1700 @ 1.000v
FPS: Min-25 Max-29 Average 26


825/1650/1700 @ 1.000v
FPS: Min-25 Max-29 Average 26


800/1600/1800 @ 1.000v
FPS: Min-25 Max-30 Average 26


800/1600/1800 @ 0.987v
FPS: Min-25 Max-30 Average 26


Kombustor settings
- unlock power draw
- 1024x768
- AA mode: 8X MSAA

1 fps difference on between 1700 and 1800 memory clock. I ran each of them for 5 minutes only because I don't think fps will magically change if run longer.
Cool, good to know, I'll have to shoot for around ~800 @ 1700 when I do decide to OC.
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