Maxwell Bios tweaker + Maxwell compatible Nvflash + No limits modded Bios

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by harkinsteven, Oct 25, 2014.

  1. hishamerrish

    hishamerrish Member Guru

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    thank you for the replaing
    http://imgur.com/DV1tyYC
    no update available for my VGA
    and the tools has many bugs
    i am thinking to use the 980 TI G1 bios but i do not know if it is save for my card ..
    maybe better if i edit may original bios but i need help form an expert :)
    thank you
     
  2. Agent-A01

    Agent-A01 Ancient Guru

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    Edit original bios.

    Link your bios from a file upload website.
     
  3. hishamerrish

    hishamerrish Member Guru

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  5. hishamerrish

    hishamerrish Member Guru

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    Thank you so much
    i really do not know how to thank you
    thanks again :)
     
  6. moheban79

    moheban79 Master Guru

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    Hi Guys,
    Trying to mod the built in fan profile in my Evga 980 Ti Kingpin with Maxwell bios tweaker II and hitting a wall.
    Changing the three power and rpm options doesn't yield noticeable changes in RPMs as I'm trying to get the
    fans to work harder. At best I was able to increase the max rpm, change the boost and memory speeds. I lowered the temp limit hoping that might do something but can't tell. Anyone have experience with these high end custom cards?

    Thanks
     
  7. Agent-A01

    Agent-A01 Ancient Guru

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    Post your originl bios and what you've modded and ill look at it.
     
  8. moheban79

    moheban79 Master Guru

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    If doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results is the definition of insanity I must be insane because I figured it out. I was saving the file to the wrong folder and reflashing the old unaltered rom over and over again. Made a few changes and now I believe it works as expected. I actually created two different roms because one gpu runs hotter than the other so the hot gpu will have a more aggressive profile. Heres what I've done:

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    Moral of the story don't do modding past midnight!!!
     
  9. DeathAngel74

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    or drunk, lol.

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  10. moheban79

    moheban79 Master Guru

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    o_O Lol.. Drunk!
     

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  12. nz3777

    nz3777 Ancient Guru

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    I got stable 1500Mhz gpu clock on my Asus strix card,it crashed only with 1 game everything else runs butter smooth.I highly doubt my card could hit 1600 + with the modded bios,at least not on air.
     
  13. Hammie

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    Your playing with fire my friend. What ain't broke dont fix it. gl
     
  14. Tuuhio

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    I need to try this. My GTX 980 hits the limits on about 1500MHz.
     
  15. Steve30x

    Steve30x Master Guru

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    MY GTX980 craps itself anywhere past 13,00MHz. Thats most likely down to it only having the FE cooler. But I have managed to adjust the fan speed with this app so that the fan ramps up to 70% when the GPU starts getting hot. The hotter my GPU gets now the faster the fan will run and its no longer locked to 50%.
     

  16. fantaskarsef

    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    iirc 1500MHz was pretty much where you got to with the 980s. 1550 if you got a good chip, no matter what BIOS, and colling ofc is always a topic.
     
  17. Steve30x

    Steve30x Master Guru

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    MY Gtx980 will not go near 1500MHz. I had it @ 1466MHz for a short while but it was very unstable. I had to roll it back to stock clocks because games were locking up on me with any sort of overclock.
     
  18. fantaskarsef

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    I made it to 1500 indeed, but the highest I read besides LN2 was around 1550 tbh. My goal back then for my overclock was 1500, didn't get there withouth unlocked BIOS, but stable 1480 on 2 SLI cards under water.
     
  19. Steve30x

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    I've used unlocked bioses but I am missfortunate or I am doing something wrong because my GPU doesn't overclock very well.
     
  20. fantaskarsef

    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    Doesn't necessarily mean you're doing something wrong on your end, might as well mean your GPU isn't a champion in the silicone lottery. Also, the better the cooling the better the OC. Do you run under water? Because with air, iirc, it was quite hard to reach 1500MHz.
     

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