That's actually not the latest 5850 reference BIOS
There's a newer one :
GPU Device Id: 0x1002 0x6899
CYPRESS PRO GDDR5...
Also on gamevideos:
Use D3DOverrider or force Vsync in ATT
According to W1zzard (regarding GTX480) :
Hey, that's something new. NVIDIA uses a CHiL CHL 8266 voltage regulator on their card. To be honest...
No it doesnt work and 1.35V is already the maximum the chip supports anyway.
Where can I find it ? Any download links ?
Alright, please list your card's (with model) VRM chip !
Non reference cards are welcome !
Probably not fixed so don't get your hopes up
1. Go to Mass Effect 2 installation directory and browse to Mass Effect 2\BioGame\Movies.
2. Delete or rename the following files:...
You need to drag and drop the links ,it doesnt work if you try to copy and paste and also use the "download by orbit" option.
Thanks for the links rflair, but I'll stick to 8.70 RC2
Just drag and drop links using Orbit. It works for me.
The game is DX9 it doesnt have a DX10 path
No XP ? :bawl:
I dont know, maybe you should try another register such as D5, D6 or D7
You might want to try an older version (1.3.0) so you can find out the appropriate 3D state voltage :
Why is it asking for 64 bit ADL when I'm running 32 bit windows ?
Is there any other way to actually know the VID status without having to close and open the program again ?
Sometimes it's difficult to know...
Why there isn't voltage monitoring support for HD 5770 cards ? I mean hardware support.
What's with the 3D voltage "boost" control some cards...
It turns out VISUAL C++ 2005 RUNTIME LIBRARIES was the culprit.
Afterburner happily worked after installing it.