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I believe I followed kidwolf's guide step-by-step, using NCspecv81's modded BIOS instead of grunion's. Is it possible I've got one of the few rumored cards that won't fully unlock? Am I wrong to believe that if it only has 8, the unlocking procedure won't work at all?
Yeah, 8 chips, don't bother lol.
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I believe I followed kidwolf's guide step-by-step, using NCspecv81's modded BIOS instead of grunion's. Is it possible I've got one of the few rumored cards that won't fully unlock? Am I wrong to believe that if it only has 8, the unlocking procedure won't work at all?
Even if the card has 10 memory chips, the GPU chip itself on the PCB must still have this printed on it: "GF100-275-A3". But if it says "GF100-030-A3", then it's just a plain old GTX 465. But if you don't want to remove the heatsink just to see this, then I don't blame you one bit; I don't want to remove mine either.

Anyway, when you flashed it, did you type the commands like this?
  1. nvflash --eraseeeprom (that's "erase, e-e, p-rom", not "erase, e, p-rom")
  2. nvflash -4 -5 -6 470.rom (or whatever yours was named)


If you so, then try it again, but do it this way:
  1. nvflash --eraseeeprom
  2. nvflash -9
  3. nvflash -4 -5 -6 470.rom

I mean, adding "nvflash -9" might help.
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guys if there somebody can help me gave d original bios for 465 ge,,,, i flash mine and i forgot to back up it 1st

thanks for ur help
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guys if there somebody can help me gave d original bios for 465 ge,,,, i flash mine and i forgot to back up it 1st

thanks for ur help
I don't have one, but I just want to say that you probably won't need it.
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Even if the card has 10 memory chips, the GPU chip itself on the PCB must still have this printed on it: "GF100-275-A3". But if it says "GF100-030-A3", then it's just a plain old GTX 465. But if you don't want to remove the heatsink just to see this, then I don't blame you one bit; I don't want to remove mine either.

Anyway, when you flashed it, did you type the commands like this?
  1. nvflash --eraseeeprom (that's "erase, e-e, p-rom", not "erase, e, p-rom")
  2. nvflash -4 -5 -6 470.rom (or whatever yours was named)


If you so, then try it again, but do it this way:
  1. nvflash --eraseeeprom
  2. nvflash -9
  3. nvflash -4 -5 -6 470.rom

I mean, adding "nvflash -9" might help.
Thanks! Yeah I missed an 'e' in "eraseeeprom". I added nvflash -9 as well just in case, but now it's showing a full 1280 MB. Thanks a bunch.
post #4516 of 5083
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Thanks! Yeah I missed an 'e' in "eraseeeprom". I added nvflash -9 as well just in case, but now it's showing a full 1280 MB. Thanks a bunch.
hehe yeah, most of the flashing problems stem from missing that 'e'.

But yeah! This kicks butt (I can't curse)!
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Yo cables, do you if you can reseat the fans ?
Maybe make them a little quieter?
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Hey guys,

Thanks to this thread, I decided to stick with the MSI Twin Frozr II 470, although I could've gotten a USED GE for $40 cheaper, but I got this one brand new for $270!

Here are my temps and OC results so far if anyone wants to compare with what they're getting. It would be interesting to see YOUR results as well, so we can get an idea of how far the GE cards overclock, and how hot they get. The hottest I've seen my card get is 72C with the fan at 40-45%

I don't know my Ambient temp, but the computer is in the basement, and I'm in Ontario Canada, so it is pretty cool in the basement to begin with.

These results are at stock, and then after running MSI Kombustor

470 at stock


1st Overclock Temps


2nd Overclock - I'm sure it can be pushed further.


3rd Overclock ( same as above ) Fans set at 55% - whooping 9C cooler!

Edited by 2010rig - 11/27/10 at 1:26pm
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post #4519 of 5083
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Yo cables, do you if you can reseat the fans ?
Maybe make them a little quieter?
I dunno. Mine make noise somewhere between 50 and 60% too, so I just adjust the speed manually. I mean, I have a habit now where I set the fan speed right before playing demanding games like Crysis. This habit also includes setting it back to Auto when I'm done.
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post #4520 of 5083
Did a washer mod on my card the other day...
I noticed that my cooler wiggled ever so slightly, Upon further inspection I found the screws that screw the hsf to the card are a hair too long. So I took the washers that came with my Corsair H50 and slapped em on under the screws as seen here.


Now notice how the standoffs on the heatsink sit firmly on the card where as before there was a slight gap..

Before I replaced my TIM I loaded out at around 74* C with my custom fan profile
After just a TIM swap I loaded around 67* C with my custom fan profile
After another TIM swap and the washer mod. I load around 55* C with fan profile.
All temps where while folding. Not saying this mod is for everyone. But dang did it sure help me.
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