8800gts 512 & RT 2.06

Discussion in 'RivaTuner Advanced Discussion forum' started by roman63, Dec 8, 2007.

  1. roman63

    roman63 Member

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    Support RivaTuner 2.06 8800GTS 512?
     
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2007
  2. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    You can manually add 8800GTS 512 support to RT's hardware database by editing RivaTuner.cfg and adding 8800GTS 512 PCI DeviceID (600h) to G92 line of the [GPU_10DE] section.
     
  3. anth_15

    anth_15 Master Guru

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    Yes Rivatuner 2.06 works great with the 8800GT with the latest Beta Driver 169.17 and even the WHQL drivers also.
     
  4. roman63

    roman63 Member

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    Thx Unwinder. :)
    Code:
    [GPU_10DE]
    NV4	= 20h
    NV5	= 28h-2Dh,A0h
    NV10	= 100h-103h
    NV11	= 110h-113h,1A0h
    NV15	= 150h-153h
    NV17	= 170h-17Fh,1F0h
    NV18	= 180h-18Fh
    NV20	= 200h-203h
    NV25	= 250h-25Fh
    NV28	= 280h-28Fh
    NV30	= 300h-30Fh
    NV31	= 310h-31Fh
    NV34	= 320h-32Fh,FCh
    NV35	= 330h-33Fh,FBh,FEh
    NV36	= 340h-34Fh,FAh
    NV40	= 40h-4Fh,F8h-F9h
    NV41	= C0h-CFh,F6h
    NV43	= 140h-14Fh,F0h-F4h
    NV44	= 160h-16Fh,220h-22Fh
    NV46	= 1D0h-1DFh
    NV47	= 90h-9Fh,F5h
    NV48	= 210h-21Fh
    NV49	= 290h-29Fh,2E3h-2E4h
    NV4B	= 390h-39Fh,2E0h-2E2h
    NV50	= 190h-19Fh
    G84	= 400h-40Fh
    G86	= 420h-42Fh
    G92	= 610h-61Fh
    G92     = 600h
    
    Right?
     

  5. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Nope,

    G92 = 610h-61Fh,600h
     
  6. roman63

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    Thx. :)

    :thumbup:
     
  7. sobol

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    Well, I've got that added, but still no way to control fan speed or see clocks ( they're all set to 0 ).
     
  8. roman63

    roman63 Member

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    => ADT7473.dll plugin.
     
  9. sobol

    sobol Member

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    I have that plugin loaded. I can also monitor clocks and core temperature. I can control fan,
    but it doesn't detect clocks in Overlock menu.
    That use to work just fine with my 8800GT.
     
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  10. ogheeren

    ogheeren Master Guru

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    Works perfect for me, thx unwinder.
     

  11. trinityneo900

    trinityneo900 New Member

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    how do i get to this rivatuner hardware database to type the G92 command in. and also where do i get the plugin at. sry im a newb

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    nvm i got it, it works great no fan control but i can use ntune for that :)
     
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  12. ghettocoolie

    ghettocoolie New Member

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    so i added the device id as suggested (G92 = 610h-61Fh,600h) to my rivatuner.cfg but i still do not get the options to oc my card. i've re-installed rivatuner as well without success. i'm running nvidia drivers 169.25 with vista 64-bit OS.

    i had great success using this with my 8800 gt 320mb previously. any other suggestions on what i can try?
     
  13. Azt3c33

    Azt3c33 Active Member

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    wow thanks for this post

    i just got my 8800 GTS 512MB and im loving it, of course rivatuner rules, i did all the steps and even my fan control works so good. im a newbie and it was easy to do.
    again thanks for this post and thanks to do it for free unwinder.
    still i would gladly pay for a tool like this, if theres a donate option count me in:)
    happy holy days
     
  14. bga123

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    I have an 8800GTS-512 OC installed with RivaTuner 2.06 and edited config files with appropriate plug-in's installed.

    I was able to correctly control the cards' fan for about 5 minutes before I lost the ability. My question is could this be a hardware problem? Specifically, does RivaTuner write to registers in the card in such a way that settings might remain after RivaTuner is exited?

    At the moment the fan is spinning slooooww, while the RivaTuner monitor app shows that the "duty cycle" matches my selected fans speed %, but the fan itself as measured by "fanspeed rpm" remains at 0 - all the while temps keep climbing to beyond 100 degrees.

    I have also lost the ability to directly control the fan. I have tried to reboot, reload RivaTuner (and re-edit the cfg file) all to no avail. The "duty cycle" tab in the monitor will track my selections but the fan speed remains at zero.

    I tried loading nVidia's monitor app, and it too shows a ridiculous 19 RPM.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    At the moment I am running a backup image restore to before I installed this card and will attempt to start from scratch. Has anyone seen this behavior before?

    Running Windows XP SP2

    EDIT : backfire:
    Well, I restored from an image backup and long story short seems as though an old version of ntune (from nVidia) had not uninstalled properly. I needed to re-install it, remove it properly, then re-install RivTuner, make the cfg edits and all is well. Now the big question - how badly did I damage my card. Temps got as high as 112 degrees C.?
     
    Last edited: Jan 2, 2008
  15. boogieman

    boogieman Ancient Guru

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    Typically the newer vintage cards will start to throttle (core slow down threshold) some where around 110-120C. If you do not get artifacting, it should be fine. Do a graphics system diagnostic report in RT and it will show your Core thermal threshold.

    Lesson learned:

    Ntune is crap, do not use it IMO. :)
     

  16. nilo

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    how to load this plugin???
     
  17. graysky

    graysky Master Guru

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    See my reply in this thread and you should be up and running.
     
  18. 3NF

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    I'm running into a similar problem. I just received a new 8800GTS 512 (G92) this evening and tried doing what has been recommended here. No luck. Overclocking and fan options aren't available. However, if I go back to my 8800 GTS 640 (G80), everything is fine. Any ideas?
     
  19. fgw

    fgw Member Guru

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    well, it works for me:

    edit C:\Program Files\RivaTuner v2.06\RivaTuner.cfg

    and change the line:

    G92 = 610h-61Fh

    to

    G92 = 600h,610h-61Fh
     
  20. 3NF

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    I installed a new copy of Vista on a different partition and did the exact same thing and it worked. I wonder if taking out the old card and then installing the new one caused some sort of conflict issue that RivaTuner can't resolve. I tried uninstalling the drivers, driver cleaner, uninstalling RivaTuner, etc. - still can't get it to work on the original partition.

    One thing I noticed is that RivaTuner doesn't seem to completely remove itself when uninstalling (files left in program files, reg entries, ect.), even when choosing the option to completely remove everything.
     

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