Kepler Bios Tweaker

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  1. ---TK---

    ---TK--- Ancient Guru

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    ah cool thanks what is the pt at?
    It 127. Gpu boost 2.0 is still enabled?
    Does anybody know if the latest kbt actually works for gk110?
    Testing 1202/7604 currently
     
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  2. Agent-A01

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    Boost is still enabled.

    I tried KBT new one yesterday to disable fan to 0% max(since im on h20) it caused my clocks to go all wonky even though i touched nothing else.

    Btw have you tried setting loadline calibration to 0%?

    By default MSI ab only reads what nvidia driver reads as voltage. The driver does not take LLC into account when reading voltages, so 1.212 will show 1.212v in MSI ab but in reality it will be 1.180~ volts under load. Setting MSI ab in CFG to read controller directly will show these voltage drops under load.

    You may want to try disabling LLC, youll probably get another 26-39 mhz
     
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    also i posted a how to on voltage control in 780Ti owners thread.
     
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    Okay I'm playing around in the new version of KBT 1.27 in the voltage tables they go all the way up to 1312mV can I use it to set a 1.23ish voltage on load or will I still be stuck with the 1.212V max without the AB hack?

    Reason I ask is because I don't like using the AB hack as my voltage stays constant.
     

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    1.21v was too toasty for just 39 mhz increase. What do I change to get the power target up to 127? Don't like messing with things I don't understand fully. Stock bios with 100% fans.
     
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    Hello i have Gigabyte GTX650 Ti Boost , can i increase max voltage with Kepler Bios Tweaker
     
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    Can any one help me modding the bios of 650 ti boost 2gb...?
     
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    Hi, guys!

    Is it possible to edit skyn3t rev 4 bios for 780 classified with KBT 1.27? I have in mind editing fan curve, upping default clocks and default voltage. Anyone knows how to do it? Maybe there is guide somewhere how to do it? If somebody would be kind enough to give a link, or any help, i would be thankful. Thanks.
     
  9. Loophole35

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    New KBT 1.27 worked for my B1 780. PT at 100 is now 315W and 151 is 500W just like with Skyn3t BIOS but boost is like before and with the AB hack and LLC I have 1.225V with normal voltage drop at idle. Time to find a new stable OC.

    Use afterburner for all of that or Precision has a special Classified version that should let you go up to 1.3V in software (you need an EVbot for more).
     
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    Thanks, man, i know all that. The thing is, i finished overclocking my 780 Classy, got it stable (1240/7000@1.212v, cause i'm on air - was stable on higher clocks, but i left some slack so it would be 101% stable) and would prefer not to have AB or PX installed, mess with the sliders, voltage and fan curve every time i reinstall it or drivers and so on. Also for some reasons those programs used to revert to defaults sometimes (previous versions, don't know about now, didn't experience it). Anyone knows if KBT would be possible to use on skyn3t rev 4.0 bios for Classified? I have B1 chip myself. Dont wanna risk till i'm sure ;)
     

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    Please anyone tell me how to edit the bios of gtx 650 ti boost to overclock max with max voltage and power limit
     
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    Don't want to sound like a d!ck but you need to understand the ins and outs of the BIOS. If you understand that then use google translate on the OP that's in German. Most of it for me was figuring it out.
     
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    I have done it but the only thing I cant understand is that why the core clock boosts past stable with same clock rates of the stock bios...?
     
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    What is it boosting to and you may have to alter the boost tables. Or did you use KGB to edit your current BIOS?

    Have you tried just lowering your base core clock?
     
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    With stock bios core clock boosted to 1241 mhz now just increasing voltage to 1.20 and power limit its getting 1280 on the core and when I run any benchmark it crashes...
    how to lower the core clock..?
    I use kepler bios tweaker 1.27
     
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    One way is to use a negative offset in AB or Px. Another way is to mod the BIOS again with a lower base clock. But it sounds like your GPU is not really liking the extra volts to begin with.

    What was your highest stable clock on the stock BIOS?
     
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    13mhz increase for 13mv increase generally.
     
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    With asus gpu tweak I set the boost clock to 1197 mhz which boosts upto 1354 and 1241 mhz on the core...
    1241 is the maximum for the core, if it goes further up then it crashes
     
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    Yeah thats what happening...
    From 1.175mv(1241mhz) to 1.20mv(1280mhz)...
    core clock cant take it if beyond 1241mhz...
    cant find a way to lower it
     
  20. Loophole35

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    Uninstall GPU Tweaker and use MSI Afterburner it's easier to use and much more up to date. In Aaterburner set a negative Core offset of say -26 or -39. See where you boost then.
     

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