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Originally Posted by i7Stealth1366 View Post
If you stay reference and get a black pcb then you should be fine. Obviously you need a BIOs switch on the card. I hear that you can find some sapphires, asus, gigabyte, and his cards that will unlock.
Add visiontek to that list as well. Great cards, flashed without a problems like 2-3 weeks ago I purchased them.
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Originally Posted by Redwoodz View Post
Last pic is a proprietary MSI design,not related to the 1GB model or the 6870-it is not a reference model.Only initial reference model PCB's will unlock
Look again:

MSI rev2 The only proprietary card so far is the Powercolor PCS++.



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Are there any card's with the BIOS switch that cannot be flashed? IF that is the case you could always buy one from a local store and check to see if it has a BIOS switch.
The PCS++ 6950 2gb has problems loading 6970 bios which is supposed to be preloaded. Aside from that failure, all boards that I know with a switch will flash.
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Just for giggles, here's the 6870 board.

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i just purchased a HIS 6950 a month ago 2 gig version. after flashing the second bios to 6970 the extra shaders were unlocked.
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i just purchased a HIS 6950 a month ago 2 gig version. after flashing the second bios to 6970 the extra shaders were unlocked.
Oh, cool
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