Fermi, GTX460, GTX470, GTX465, GTX480...Bios Modding..Edit Voltage restrictions-mods

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  1. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    ok,,

    here are the BIOS with 1.063 max.

     
  2. cole2109

    cole2109 Master Guru

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    Still does not work.

    Anyway...
    Tnx for trying ;)
     
  3. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    hmmm.that is very strange..u can check the bios urself with nobitor and see the value..Im not shure why this is do? maybe u flashed it wrong?
     
  4. cole2109

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    Flashing is not the problem.
    I have no idea what else to do :/

    When you set voltage to 1.063V NVins and AB shows different value than when you set to 1.213v.

    [​IMG]
     

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  6. cole2109

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    One more thing...
    How much did you set the minimum voltage?
    Did you set it to 0.963V?
     
  7. BetA

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    i didnt set the minimum voltage at all..u asked me to up the max voltage restriction..
     
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    Hmmm can you set min. to 0.963V and max to 1.063v?
     
  9. m0re0n

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    This was exactly what i was looking for since i just got my gtx 465!
    Im so tired of manually changing fan from 40% to 30%.. So can u help me too?
    Heres my bios:
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/447sp2

    Edit: i want minimum fan speed 30% please
     
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  10. BetA

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    sorry mate..
    your fan speed is allready set to 30% minimum..See here:

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    And going any lower is not recommend at all..

    -BetA-
     

  11. m0re0n

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    oh.. Oo
    so is there a way for it to stay 30% idle by itself? because the fan never go below 40% - even though its only 37C degrees

    Edit: sorry for stupid question, but i wonder why gainward makes it stay on 40% idle speed. it makes soooo much more sound than 30% :3eyes:
     
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  12. AmigaWolf

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    That's simple, because not all Towers have good airflow.


    And how can you hear the fan if it is running at 40%?

    My fans on my Geforce GTX 460 1GB run at 55%, and i cant hear them.
     
  13. Noisiv

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    Because at 20%, Current x Voltage may be too low to spin up teh freaking fan.

    And it's not just Gainward. It's from Nvidia's referent design
     
  14. m0re0n

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    I dont know about your brand, but mine's spinning at 1850 RPM on 40 %... thats NOT idle numbers if u ask me.
    While on 30% 1450 RPM..
    And i have a nzxt isolated case.

    Noisiv:
    Im not requesting 20% - but 30%. I can already spin it down manually to 30. But i wish it could adjust that automatically in dynamic mode(ExperTool)
     
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    If putting the custom fan speed curve Afterburner in Autorun does not do the job

    I guess you'll have to edit the BIOS.
     

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    My fans of my Geforce GTX 460 1GB are running about 2200 rpm and i
    can almost not hear them, so i think you have to have super hearing or
    you just have purchased a Geforce GTX 465 with a sh*t fan.

    But i think you just are kidding yourself, if you want no sound buy a GFX
    card with no fan's or go with water cooling.
     
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    Is that one of those myths - Water Cooling is silent ?

    In the end it does not matter. His desire is perfectly reasonable.

    I also wanted to lower my min. fan speed, but gave up after doing some research.
     
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  18. AmigaWolf

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    No i do not find it reasonable, he has purchased a Geforce GTX 465 with 2
    fans, and everybody knows that fans make sounds, so if you do not want
    sound then buy a GFX Card with NO fans, like the Palit GeForce GTX 560 Ti
    Twin light LE
     
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