Kepler Bios Tweaker

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by npdoss, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. ---TK---

    ---TK--- Ancient Guru

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    use veterans guide in the kgb thread think its on page 2
     
  2. Veteran

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    I know you dont wanna here this now but flashing from Windows is not recommended not matter what your flashing.

    Always stick to the good old Bios/Dos commands.

    Im sure you will be ok, maybe try looking at the KGB thread and the guide in it to help you reflash?
     
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    SLI-756 Banned

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    Vet made a how to in the kgb thread, all you need is your pen drive set up correct with the bios and nvflash on it.
    get your intel graphics working first, or install a working card for now.
     
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    Tried just that tk, and it might of worked. Two secs
     

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    as long as you have igp or any vga card you will be allright take your time and do 1 vga at a time
     
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    1 card fixed I think
     
  7. Veteran

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    :thumbup:
     
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    Wow that was a scary hour. Both cards back to normal. Thank you TK and Vet you guys help make this forum what it is. I feel a little sick now so Im going to go lie down, and maybe cry a little. PCs are too stressful when you decide to be an idiot,

    Let what has transpired be a lesson to anyone else. don't play with this unless you know what your doing, this obviously doesnt include me.

    Thanks again gents
     
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    good stuff, the kepler utility is alright for vram oc I flashed it several times, I would just use kgb and nvflash to unlock
     
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    Glad you got it sorted.
    Time for bed myself, Nite all.
     

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    Do you guys need help using this? Its Quite easy
     
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    I have been messing with it and trying deference values and flashed my card many times with it with no problem.:thumbup:
    when you disable throttle make sure your temperature under 80c under stress test (good one is OCCTPT4.3.2)
    To disable throttle and boost:
    Set base clock same as boost clock same as boost limit.
    Set the power min(mw) @max your card power limit mine is 300 watts so i set 300000mw same as def(mw)same as max
    set max voltage1 at 1,21and voltage 2 at the same
    set P00 voltage at 1.21
    move the boost table up until the yellow marked clocks has your clock at minimum.
    you are done,
    Here is screen shots again:
    http://s1293.beta.photobucket.com/user/npdoss/library/1215
    Remember to back up your bios before you do anything and make a boot able usb with dos nvflash and your backup bios file so you can start in dos and reflash back you old bios when needed to..
     
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    ^ ive already tried that yesterday and the only thing it did was make it crash as soon as i started up any workload.
     
  14. Bentez

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    This is what I tried when I ran into problems! Think it might havebeen the power ccontrol setting as I only had the first two set to 100%

    Agent what settings are you using?
     
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    Have you tried with nvinspector and limiting the state to P2.
    It works great for me. Even with original BIOS. It is working even better with KGB mod bios.
    As you can see, temp is 80C and there no throttling... :)

    [​IMG]
     

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    ^ i dont get throttling in games regardless of temps, but running 3dmark is another story..
     
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    Then you need to drop the voltage a little and check gpuz to see when it does it could be power limit or temperature or gpu limit without thottling the card gets hot underload and if it pass 95c it drops the clock to 900 for safety:eek:c:
     
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    Should 236250 be that max mW for a 670 with x2 6pin power cables?

    For the second set of figures the max is listed as 220000mW which is showing as 113% where as the 236250mW on the left shows as 150%
     
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    x2 6pin=150 watts +75 watts from pcie=225w, so i would use 220000 mw in all except the 236250mw leave that one alone
     

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