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skyn3t vBios Data Base Download: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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How to Bootable USB Drive, Flashing Nvidia Maxwell GPU BIOS, Recovery tools. : Spoiler! (Click to show)
vBios Data Base
vBios still in test fase be patient and hang on.
- Version 84.XX.XX.XX.XX Copyright (C) 1996-2014 NVIDIA Corp Modded by skyn3t Haha..
- Base clock : TBA Mhz
- Boost 2.0 Disable
- Power Limit 200w @ 100% and 400w @ 200%
- Voltage TBA.
we are working on it
Ez3Flash: Spoiler! (Click to show)
For any GPU Brand. no more error messages .Nvflash For DOS 5.136 Maxwell: Spoiler! (Click to show)
HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Win98 boot DOS files: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Nvflash For DOS 5.136 Maxwell.
NVflash_DOS_5.136-Maxwell.zip 485k .zip file
Remeber to disable EEProm and always save you bios before flashing.
- nvflash --protectoff
- nvflash --save 980stockbios.rom
- nvflash -4 -5 -6 vbiosname.rom
First things first, your going to need an easy to use USB utility so we recommend the HP USB Storage Format Tool (Yes that’s a link).S
You need some Windows 98 boot files so Click This LinkS
Unzip the Windows 98 boot files and make sure you know where you unzipped them to. We unzipped to the desktop.
Unzip and install the HP UtilityS
Insert the USB Stick you want to use into one of your USB ports.S
Launch the HP USB Utility and you’ll be greeted with this screen
Using the Drop Down List make sure that your USB Drive is selected.S
UNder the File System Drop Down list select FAT32 (File Allocation Table 32).S
Click the box next to Create a Dos Startup Disk.S
The “Using DOS system files located at” balloon will be automatically selected.S
Navigate to where you unzipped the Windows 98 Boot files and highlight that folder.S
Once you’ve done that the location of the Windows 98 boot files should now appear in the box below the “using DOS System files located at:” section.
At this point click START. (You may want to verify that your USB drive is highlighted and not your primary boot drive ;-0S
You get a warning about formatting your drive. Assuming that you have the correct drive selected click YES.S
Then wait while the dreaded Green line crawls across the screen. On the 1GB Sandisk Micro Cruzer we were using it took about 4 minutes. Larger drives will take longer.S
Once complete you get this confirmation screen. Click OK and you can close the HP Utility.S
These are the files on the USB Drive and those are enough to boot your rig with.S
If, like us, you want extended DOS functionality then copy the rest of the files in the Windows 98 folder to the root of the USB drive you just made bootable. This will give you mouse support, a rudimentary editor, FDISK in case you need to old school a drive, and some other handy DOS warrior type things.
Here’s what we did. On Windows Explorer click EDIT then Select ALL, then hover over COMMAND.COM and CTRL Click it to remove it from the list, then hover over MSDOS.SYS and CTRL click to remove it, then hover over IO.SYS and CTRL Click to remove it. Then just drag the remaining files and folders over to the USB drive and drop them. That should create a DOS Command Line Warriors emergency boot disk suitable for booting to and doing DOS things or flashing your motherboard or GPU BIOS.
Flash Tips and Tricks: Spoiler! (Click to show)
PS: Ez3Flash May not working on windows anymore. We need a Nvflash windows update in order to work
. The only Nvflash
we have is DOS version for Maxwell.E
Is a small tool to help anyone flash they GPU. It also has come with the N
Download link => Nvflash FilesU
Ez3flash with PLX chip
Added support to owners with PLX chip and guide how to.
For PLX chip owners you must understand how to skip the PLX chip with ez3flash
I have added a *PLX-CHIP.png* into this new revision to show you how to skip PLX and flash
This is how you display adapter should look like when you have PLX (8747h) among the GPU.
Nvflash read's GPU "0" to "5" ez3flsh show's GPU "1" to "6".
This is side by side Nvflash with Ez3flash.
Select display adapter: Process number
<0> PLX (8747h) >>>>>>> # 5. nvflash -i0 -4 -5 -6 " Flash GPU #1 "
<1> GeForce GTX >>>>>>> # 6. nvflash -i1 -4 -5 -6 " Flash GPU #2 "
<2> GeForce GTX >>>>>>> # 7. nvflash -i2 -4 -5 -6 " Flash GPU #3 "
<3> PLX (8747h) >>>>>>> # 8. nvflash -i3 -4 -5 -6 " Flash GPU #4 "
<4> GeForce GTX >>>>>>> # 9. nvflash -i4 -4 -5 -6 " Flash GPU #5 "
<5> GeForce GTX >>>>>>> # 10. nvflash -i5 -4 -5 -6 " Flash GPU #6 "
Select a number (ESC to quit):
Now you can flash four GPU with PLX chip with easy flash you just need to match the
*Select a number (ESC to quit): *
to flash all GTX your Process number is : 6,7,9,10
5 and 8 is the PLX chip.
Display Driver Uninstaller by Guru3D DDU: Spoiler! (Click to show)
When you do
A pop up message will show up to choose which GPU you want to flash.
Than you type
- 0 >> First GPU,
- 1 >> Second GPU,
- 2 >> Third GPU and
- 3 >> Forth GPU.
This choose message only pop's up if you have multiple GPU'S
If you have single GPU it does it automatically.Side note
If you have a bad flash and cannot flash the GPU again with those command
- nvflash -6
- nvflash -4 -5 -6
- nvflash -override -6
Will override all those tree command above and force the flash to the first GPU. Just remember to change the instance # by follow, 0, 1, 2, 3
How to OC and understand the increment of 13: Spoiler! (Click to show)
he AMD/NVIDIA video drivers can normally be uninstalled from the Windows Control panel, this driver uninstaller program was designed to be used in cases where the standard driver uninstall fails, or anyway when you need to thoroughly delete NVIDIA and ATI video card drivers. This software is backed by Guru3D.com
Guide: Fix for a cold boot black screen after flash. any GPU.: Spoiler! (Click to show) Quote:
Originally Posted by skyn3t
No guine big cuz I won't and I never inject venomous into it only P
Nice chart he just made.
Ok let me clear this up Nvidia has been on that table for such a long time. IIRC Fermi has increment of +5 not sure but and error margin of -2 kepler has increment of +13 error margin of -1.S
ometimes even if you dial +13 in such a core clock close to any number by half I mean 901.5
Mhz and you add +13 to move tha cloc clock up you need to add the error margin +1 in order to get going and use the increment +13.
Some architecture has the error margin of -3 to -6 depends on how they clock the GPU. I know it is a such a bug but I
It is good that you guys start this conversation here because I have seen many video review on YouTube the guys keep add round numbers to OC the GPU. I had changed my pant's many time lol
NVIDIA GTX 980 Maxwell Specifications: Spoiler! (Click to show)
NVIDIA Maxwell Features: Spoiler! (Click to show) Quote:
Here is a quick guide for a cold boot black screen it is valid for any circumstances when flash any GPU.
- Shutdown pc remove the PSU power cable
- Remove both 8pin cable from GPU
- Press power button in the rig to discharge the PSU and the rest of power in the circuit board
- Wait about a minute ( two minutes recommended )
- Plug back the PSU power cable
- Do not plug back the two power cable to GPU.
- Turn on PC boot into UEFI or Bios and enable IGPU ( GPU integrated in the CPU ) if you don't have extra GPU to put in the first slot exit and save
- Boot into windows and wait just a bit to drivers load
- Open GPU-Z you will see the GPU there but you cannot use it yet because it is only powered by PCI-E only
- Open nvflash and flash back to working bios or vBios and have fun.
EK Water Block EK-FC980 GTX - Acetal: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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EVGA Water Block GTX 980 Hydro Copper by EK: Spoiler! (Click to show)
EK Water Block EK-FC980 GTX - Acetal
Thank you Ek for been with us
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Forms pictures and Club sig will come tomorrow , I had worked 12 hours so this is far I got today.
Hope everyone will enjoy this thread with all other 780's I have with respect and help others @OccamRazor
will be my right hand in here so any question post away we going to try to get it back to everyone ASAP.
Best skyn3t & OccamRazor.