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nibitor doesn't have PNY as an option



There is a program called galaxy xtremetuner hd and it can flash your gpu bios from within windows.

http://www.galaxytechus.com/usa/xtre...r.aspx?class=8
Are you 100% sure this works, I don't want to brick my card and have no way to back into windows or even DOS...

edit: i've just never seen this program before, everyone else all used DOS to bios flash...

Edit: It just crashed my comp with a gray screen...removing and wont be messing with that again lol
Edited by kennyparker1337 - 1/8/11 at 9:15pm
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I just got a 4gb flashdrive for $9 2 day shipping, so I'll just flash it the ole' way.
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I just got a 4gb flashdrive for $9 2 day shipping, so I'll just flash it the ole' way.
I was actually just about to recommend buying one locally. I mean, my desire to flash my Golden Edition actually caused me to go buy one locally.

And then I discovered another benefit: incredibly easy motherboard BIOS flashing. In the past, I would drag out my 2-year old floppy drive for it (which I purchased specifically for flashing my motherboard's BIOS). So now that I have a USB flash drive, I no longer have an aversion to it.

Anyway, give me a few minutes here because I am adding another post to show you how to make the USB flash drive bootable.
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I was actually just about to recommend buying one locally. I mean, my desire to flash my Golden Edition actually caused me to go buy one locally.

And then I discovered another benefit: incredibly easy motherboard BIOS flashing. In the past, I would drag out my 2-year old floppy drive for it (which I purchased specifically for flashing my motherboard's BIOS). So now that I have a USB flash drive, I no longer have an aversion to it.

Anyway, give me a few minutes here because I am adding another post to show you how to make the USB flash drive bootable.
I know that..hope i save you some time...
post #35 of 36
Here's the 470 bios I use. Just unlocks. Doesn't change any clock speeds.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/5yuj1yzii7tv2q9/S470.rom
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I know that..hope i save you some time...
Oh, sweet.
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