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post #9 of (permalink) Old 08-30-2014, 10:35 PM
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I am really interested to see how the 5930K does with overclocking in comparison to the 5960X. I have a 5960X on the way, should be delivered Tuesday or Wednesday, but I am seriously considering not opening it right away until I see some overclocking reviews between the two. I have a month to return it if I want and I won't be completing my system until the 800 series cards are out from Nvidia anyway.

Titan Flashing (Click to show)
1. Get nvflash from the first post. http://bit.ly/1LYAntY
2. Get the BIOS (.rom). Save to the same dir.

3. cmd window:
Start, Run, cmd, right-click, Run as Administrator, go to the nvflash folder.
Shows cards in system with ID

nvflash --list

4. Device Manager:
Start, run, device manager
in Display adapters. right click/Disable all cards

5. cmd window:
To flash:

nvflash -6 GM200.rom

Where GM200 is whatever BIOS you're using. Index option to specify which card to flash, ie.

nvflash -6 --index=0 GM200.rom

You will have to confirm 'y' a few times.

6. Device Manager:
in Display adapters. right click/Enable all cards

7. Reboot, let the card get set up, reboot again.
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