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post #31 of 718 (permalink) Old 11-07-2014, 12:32 PM
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So. I tried and it didnt work for me. I also changed the p02 state like in the description, but no luck. the card only boosts to 1380(64 clock state). Here is my bios maybe you can take a look at it. colaR.txt 175k .txt file

edit: Gpu-Z is showing me that my gpu clock and boost clock is 1494. Weird.
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So. I tried and it didnt work for me. I also changed the p02 state like in the description, but no luck. the card only boosts to 1380(64 clock state). Here is my bios maybe you can take a look at it. colaR.txt 175k .txt file

edit: Gpu-Z is showing me that my gpu clock and boost clock is 1494. Weird.

Your voltages aren't set to how I said they should be. You should put the very last row in the voltage table back to whatever it was at stock, and then change the clock state 73 voltage to 1.268.8V since that is what you chose your voltage to be.

Also, my guide is just one way to get rid of boost without using software such as k-boost or NVidiaInspector. It is probably not the best way either, but it does work.

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Your voltages aren't set to how I said they should be. You should put the very last row in the voltage table back to whatever it was at stock, and then change the clock state 73 voltage to 1.268.8V since that is what you chose your voltage to be.

Also, my guide is just one way to get rid of boost without using software such as k-boost or NVidiaInspector. It is probably not the best way either, but it does work.

i cant find the part were you are talking about that the last row in the voltage have to be set at stock. sry if i miss it. So you think to set the last slider to stock it will run at 1493? honestly i really doubt that. Anyway i will test it. I know kboost but its not an alternative for me, because with kboost it will run at max 24/7.

PS: i did the changes for clock 73 and it didnt work.

edit: Now it works. thank you again i had to set the voltage at stock and i had to change the voltage for clock 73 to 1268.8 before it was 1285 i think.
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i cant find the part were you are talking about that the last row in the voltage have to be set at stock. sry if i miss it. So you think to set the last slider to stock it will run at 1493? honestly i really doubt that. Anyway i will test it. I know kboost but its not an alternative for me, because with kboost it will run at max 24/7.

PS: i did the changes for clock 73 and it didnt work.

edit: Now it works. thank you again i had to set the voltage at stock and i had to change the voltage for clock 73 to 1268.8 before it was 1285 i think.

Lol that's exactly what I told you to do in my last reply, but anyways I'm glad you got it working!

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Nice thread.

Do you have a link to a tutorial on how to flash the BIOS?
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Nice thread.

Do you have a link to a tutorial on how to flash the BIOS?

Made a guide just for you!
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great guide thumb.gif i wonder can you able to crack the voltage limit for asus 980 strix cards?
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great guide thumb.gif i wonder can you able to crack the voltage limit for asus 980 strix cards?

Lol I wish. I'm not that good yet.

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Made a guide just for you!
https://www.overclock.net/t/1523391/easy-nvflash-guide-with-pictures-for-gtx-970-980
Awesome. Cannot thank you enough.
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Anyone here kind enough to adjust my BIOS or maybe uploading your own BIOS? G1 970,don't really trust myself doing this even with a guide, all i know about is the flashing part redface.gif

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