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Can I flash this to my Evga GTX 1070 SC ACX 3.0? I am ready to flasH!

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Can I flash this to my Evga GTX 1070 SC ACX 3.0? I am ready to flasH!

Cross flashing is not recommended.
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hey what if i can't see nothing when i reboot?how can i load the backup then?
also i can't modify voltage i have heard the msi version can

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Then, ideally, you need a second card (or integrated graphics) so you can reflash your card.
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Then, ideally, you need a second card (or integrated graphics) so you can reflash your card.


OK will try and post then!
Just one more Question:

-when I Change my fan speed to 60 in msi afterburner gpu gets loud,I thought the strix version was silent.
It's my strix 1070 ok?or it's something wrong?
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Maybe it's a very dumb question but why not change the boost clock in Gpu Tweak II or whatever you use for OC?. I didn't know there was 2 versions before buying and apparently I have the STRIX-GTX1070-8G-GAMING. I just made a User setting on GPU tweak with the boostclock up to 1860 Mhz and everything seems okay after 10 min Heaven benchmark. What's the difference between doing that and the Bios mod?

Why do it in bios?

Because it means your settings are permanent. once you set it your done. no more messing with software to put it to the clocks you want.
It will operate like you want in every os

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OK will try and post then!
Just one more Question:

-when I Change my fan speed to 60 in msi afterburner gpu gets loud,I thought the strix version was silent.
It's my strix 1070 ok?or it's something wrong?

On the standard fan profile it is almost silent. It is NOT silent if you put it past a certain limit. Reviewers run it in default fan mode. BTW... the fan is OFF till about 55C, so it is completely silent when not running a game.
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Why do it in bios?

Because it means your settings are permanent. once you set it your done. no more messing with software to put it to the clocks you want.
It will operate like you want in every os

Exactly.

Obviously it may not work the way you want though. For example, my card wouldn't let me clock the memory at all with issues. Now back on the stock bios, I can clock to 9000mhz without issue.
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Attached are my Strix non-OC backup bios and the OC bios from the other thread.

Asus_1070_Strix_Non-OC_86.04.26.00.61.zip 151k .zip file

Asus_1070_Strix_OC_GP104_86.04.1E.00.21.zip 149k .zip file
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Attached are my Strix non-OC backup bios and the OC bios from the other thread.

Asus_1070_Strix_Non-OC_86.04.26.00.61.zip 151k .zip file

Asus_1070_Strix_OC_GP104_86.04.1E.00.21.zip 149k .zip file



HI did you see big improvement with the OC BIOS?can you share your thoughts?thanks
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Can I edit my own bios? I would like to just key in my own settings. I did this with my world record gtx 660 OEM. It was easier.

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