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Overclocking K3000M on Dell M6700 is not possible?

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I use Dell M6700, 2GB K3000M graphics card.
I see the overclock is hopeless.
Computer M6700, Windows 10.
I installed the Msi afterburner, but could not unlock the voltage.
I flash vbios as per instructions:

 

I open the CMD to the desktop (the folder containing rom and nvflash)
nvflash --protectoff
nvflash k3000m.rom
K3000m rom i downloaded here:
https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/forums/topic/1425-nvidia-kepler-vbios-mods-overclocking-editions-modified-clocks-voltage-tweaks/
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I heard a beep when using the nvflash --protectoff command
 and another beep when using nvflash k3000m.rom
However after doing all that. I installed the afterburner msi, everything is the same. I have edited the MSG afterburder CFG file by making changes like:
 

[Startup]
Format = 2
CoreVoltageBoost =
PowerLimit =
ThermalLimit =
ThermalPrioritize =
CoreClkBoost =
MemClkBoost =
[Settings]
VDDC_Generic_Detection = 1

 

 

All have no effect.

Edited by natasha123

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@Klem 

I disable graphic card in driver manager. and 

I try open NVFlash_Certs_Bypassed_v5.287_x64  with admin and every thing okay. cmd said : restart to take effect. 

But when i restart , nothing changed. @@

 

Again i try to make usb boot by rufus and bot.  But with freedos, said : cannot open this program in DOS. 

I spend more than 30 hours on it. but cannot overclock Unlock voltage and more than +135 mhz . 

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