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Old 06-10-09, 06:55 AM   #1
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This looks very interesting,after you overclock gpu/shaders/ram/voltages you can burn it into bios and not have to use desktop apps to set it for you each boot.If you clock it too far it has a safemode switch at the rear that returns it to standard clocks.It also features extensive ram tuning with presets/manual settings.
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Old 06-10-09, 06:58 AM   #2
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This looks very interesting,after you overclock gpu/shaders/ram/voltages you can burn it into bios and not have to use desktop apps to set it for you each boot.If you clock it too far it has a safemode switch at the rear that returns it to standard clocks.It also features extensive ram tuning with presets/manual settings.
Nice! This should become a new standard imho.
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Old 06-10-09, 08:39 AM   #3
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I used to do this all the time.... for my 6800 GT I overclocked it to Ultra speeds (modest bumps to core and memory clocks) and then once it was stable (through drivers) you could go in and edit the original bios file you pulled off of it... change the 3d / 2d clocks to what you want, reflash and there you go.... 6800 GT @ ultra speeds.... you can do this with any card though..

I know flashing the bios was popular back when you were going from like a 6800 to 6800 ultra bios.... but instead of doing the bios which had differences in voltage and what not it was probably a bit safer to just modify your cards bios and reflash with modified clocks.... glad to see they're making it easier though.

What was the tool called now to pull off your bios and reflash? I used to get it off of mvktech.net
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Old 06-10-09, 08:16 PM   #4
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NiBiTor to read, copy & edit your bios & nvFlash to flash.

Yeah i usually flashy my cards bios too once i fount stable clocks(i have with my current card) .. Ive been saying for years somthing like this sould come as standard.
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anyone notice they spelt memory wrong on the memory tuning app?
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anyone notice they spelt memory wrong on the memory tuning app?
Lol i missed that Memoery,i hope they change it before relase
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"this is our new awesome hi tech vga card!....but we dont know how to spell..."
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