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Old 02-07-11, 12:29 PM   #18
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Default Re: [270.18] Overclocking is _still_ broken for 8xxx (probably 9xxx too) class GPUs

Originally Posted by drhirsch View Post
I know of nibitor, I already used it on older cards. I won't reflash a new 460 (as long as it is still new, that is ;-)).

Especially the adjusting the fermi clock domains with the fermi bios editor is still largely based on guesswork, so I pass on this until either the author can explain what the numbers are actually doing or until offical clocking support for the fermi arrives.
NiBitor is used just to adjust the clock rates after dumping the bios with nvflash - which supports up to the new 5XX series - from freedos.
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