Originally Posted by Insan1tyOne
Be sure to test the new BIOS on the card at complete stock settings first. (e.g. No OC programs open, etc.) This way you will get to know the baseline performance and temps. of your card with the new BIOS first before you attempt to OC it further.
That sounds like pretty great performance in BF4 to me. And stabilizing at 2035 Mhz boost @ 71C also sounds pretty good for stock settings as well. And the card did not exhibit any oddities while you were playing? If not, then I would say it is most likely stable with the Extreme BIOS applied. I will be curious to see what your overclocking results are. Although since the Extreme BIOS already has a much higher target / limit voltage than the normal BIOS, maybe you should try overclocking first without raising any of the voltages or power limits? Either way, good luck!
Well, the problem is my card only stable 2012MHz under 50c, so I downclock the card after flash new bios.
Old bios: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/10333007
New bios (386w): http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/15173355
Minimal difference, if any.
I lost out on the silicon lottery, this card sucks.