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07-16-2020 05:43 AM
Cyclops
Quote: Originally Posted by Lord of meat View Post
I have a EVGA 980ti SC. I managed to get it to 1500 stable but after having it for a while i get driver crashes.
if i lower the clock on it its stable but i would like to see if i can keep it at 1506.5.
The fan speed dosent matter i have a custom heatsink and fans on it.
Thank you for your time.
I need the stock BIOS.
07-15-2020 04:14 PM
Lord of meat
Need your help if you got the time.

I have a EVGA 980ti SC. I managed to get it to 1500 stable but after having it for a while i get driver crashes.
if i lower the clock on it its stable but i would like to see if i can keep it at 1506.5.
The fan speed dosent matter i have a custom heatsink and fans on it.
Thank you for your time.
07-12-2020 05:23 PM
reaver83
Quote: Originally Posted by Cyclops View Post
Sigh.
Sorry, didn't mean to confuse the other guy. Thanks for taking the time to look into it, will try it out later. I don't get to spend too much time at my computer, but hopefully this will give me a little more headroom on OC, cause I feel like this card can do SOOOO much more than it was.
07-12-2020 02:55 PM
Cyclops Sigh.
07-12-2020 01:51 PM
adiif1
thanx bro, but gm200_1-mod - ERROR: GPU mismatch
and GK106-mod work, default is 1000 mhz on core and still can set max 135 per core, not have option offset - only +

Thanx!

edit : i have 1100 mhz on core , and 2100 mhz on memory with 1.008-1.016 i need offet minus voltage

edit : gm200 is not k2100m
07-12-2020 09:31 AM
Cyclops
Quote: Originally Posted by reaver83 View Post
I do apologize @Cyclops , I did not realize that is what you look for. Here is the stock BIOS, only renamed so as not to overwrite it while saving modified BIOS.
Here

https://www.overclock.net/forum/atta...1&d=1594571527

Quote: Originally Posted by adiif1 View Post
Hello, anyone can help me? that is bios from dell k2100m i need unlock voltage offest (minus - ) and more that 135 mhz on core <3
thanx!
And here

https://www.overclock.net/forum/atta...1&d=1594571527
07-12-2020 05:40 AM
adiif1 Hello, anyone can help me? that is bios from dell k2100m i need unlock voltage offest (minus - ) and more that 135 mhz on core <3
thanx!
07-12-2020 01:00 AM
reaver83 I do apologize @Cyclops , I did not realize that is what you look for. Here is the stock BIOS, only renamed so as not to overwrite it while saving modified BIOS.
07-11-2020 04:08 AM
Cyclops
Quote: Originally Posted by reaver83 View Post
Hey @Cyclops , followed all the steps for modding the bios on this German website (https://www.computerbase.de/forum/th...eaker.1445972/), but well, Google translate isn't the best. got the Power Table Mod to work, but everything else just causes crashes and a grey screen on 3D apps, so I flashed back to the Power Voltage mod BIOS I made. Trying to keep the voltage adjustable in AB, think you may could work your magic? This is for a Reference PNY 980 TI with a Swiftech Komodo Eco WB on it, so heat isn't an issue (highest I've ever seen it since the block was put on is 50C due to poor loop flow). As I said, already adjusted the Power Table, and had someone on another thread mod the Voltage Regulator, I guess in Hex, maybe used the Kepler tool, IDK.
I need the stock BIOS.
07-10-2020 11:37 PM
reaver83 Hey @Cyclops , followed all the steps for modding the bios on this German website (https://www.computerbase.de/forum/th...eaker.1445972/), but well, Google translate isn't the best. got the Power Table Mod to work, but everything else just causes crashes and a grey screen on 3D apps, so I flashed back to the Power Voltage mod BIOS I made. Trying to keep the voltage adjustable in AB, think you may could work your magic? This is for a Reference PNY 980 TI with a Swiftech Komodo Eco WB on it, so heat isn't an issue (highest I've ever seen it since the block was put on is 50C due to poor loop flow). As I said, already adjusted the Power Table, and had someone on another thread mod the Voltage Regulator, I guess in Hex, maybe used the Kepler tool, IDK.
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