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Request - GTX 970M V-Bios (3072 MB and Non-MXM)

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Hello. I have a Clevo P650SE laptop. It's GTX 970M (3072MB) and non-mxm.

Looking for vbios. Here is the data.

Have a nice day.

 

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9 hours ago, nebulaxis said:

Hello. I have a Clevo P650SE laptop. It's GTX 970M (3072MB) and non-mxm.

Looking for vbios. Here is the data.

Have a nice day.

 

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Hi!

Post here your stock vBIOS.

Edited by Klem

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5 hours ago, Klem said:

Hi!

Post here your stock vBIOS.


Hello. When i try the saving my vbios, i get an error "Bios reading not supported on this device".

-Disabled GPU from device manager
-Tried other versions of gpuz
-Tried nvflash

But non of these worked.

In the other hand, i know my vbios exactly. It's default Clevo/Schenker vbios. And also techpowerup has .rom file for that.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/165003/clevo-gtx970m-3072-140917  (This one is clevo)
https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/166517/schenker-gtx970m-3072-140917  (This one is schenker)


These two ones are exactly same vbios. And .rom files are here.

Schenker.GTX970M.3072.140917.rom

Clevo.GTX970M.3072.140917.rom

 

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3 hours ago, nebulaxis said:

Then, what should we do ? :)

Just download it, and then flash it.

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24 minutes ago, Klem said:

Just download it, and then flash it.

Is it custom vbios ? Exactly, i want to overclock my GPU around 1250 core mhz.

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2 minutes ago, nebulaxis said:

Is it custom vbios ?

I think that it's a custom vbios.

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I dont think it's a custom vbios, from my knowledge custom vbioses ends with a "C",  this one end with a "D", drom what i can tell it's a stock vbios.

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9 hours ago, runix18 said:

I dont think it's a custom vbios, from my knowledge custom vbioses ends with a "C",  this one end with a "D", drom what i can tell it's a stock vbios.

:)  Trust me, this is a modified vBIOS, i know this exactly. :) Also I know for sure who modified this vBIOS. :) 

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Hello   ; I have a question :

 i have a clevo p651se   with premabios  and i also have a vbios from prema for the gtx970m 3gb p6xxse , i follow the written instructions but each time i click on modme.bat i obtain ERROR: no nvidia display adapters found .

there is also in the folder  a SE970MOC.rom , can i flash it with an other tool ,  or can i use the vbios you gave the link above ?

and after that  , will i be able to change voltage gpu freq etc  with nvidia inspector , msi after burner or should i always flash the vbios to change them ?

 

edit : i found this

does this method still work ?

 

THanks in advance !

Edited by kogoro

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I succeeded  , just needed to deactivate gpu and reactivate it with immediately clicking on modme.bat , it worked smoothly  . now i can overclok the gpu as i wish with nvidia inspector  :)

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