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No, it's stock voltage.

stock voltage can improve sysytems with safely? i think need more voltage to safe

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Done. Try.

Hi Klem, I'm curious, are you working with svl7 on these new modded vBIOS files, or are you doing it independently? Do you mod them in the same way that svl7 does?

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Hi Klem, I'm curious, are you working with svl7 on these new modded vBIOS files, or are you doing it independently? Do you mod them in the same way that svl7 does?

:) Hi Robbo.

I make my mod bios and mod videobios independently from svl7. But i know that svl7 makes mod Bios files is very well.

I think that we both make them with the same way. But perhaps in different ways. :)

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can anyone tell me the difference betweeen Dell 680m - 80.04.5B.00.02_'OCedition'_revised_00 and Dell 680m - 80.04.33.00.32__'OCedition'_revised_00.zip . Correct me between me if im wrong, but both are stock voltage correct? which one is newer/better ? Any differences? Thanks!

The 5B one is just a newer version, but you won't notice a difference. The good reason to use the 5B one is if you want to use secure boot or fast boot, but then you probably need to use the stock version.

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The 5B one is just a newer version, but you won't notice a difference. The good reason to use the 5B one is if you want to use secure boot or fast boot, but then you probably need to use the stock version.

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Hello everbody

I have a question here:

I don´t know why, but, my 680m´s core clock is always at max (758Mhz) since yesterday. Only when all its closed, decrease at 575mhz. About temps: 55ºc at "idle" and 75-80º under heavy load ( i.e: .two hours playing games ), so, i think it would be some software issue?, or maybe its something usual with the OC vbios?

I would swear yesterday reached the 3xx mhz or even 1xx mhz at idle and 35-40º :/? . I installed the card 3 days ago, and saving that, all runs flawless :)

PS: Almost forgot something... i have a M15x

Thanks in advance mates :)

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What do you guys think should i wait for asus to release a new laptop i have the g75vw and i don't know if i should upgrade to the g750

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What do you guys think should i wait for asus to release a new laptop i have the g75vw and i don't know if i should upgrade to the g750

This seems a bit off topic..

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Tried different offsets none stable result in a freezing of the computer or a random restart

If i don't change any offsets those don't arise. Thanks though my hunt for a unlocked vbios for 770m continues T_T

Try next version.

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Try next version.

This one seems to be doing the trick!

Going to run some (more) test

Edit forgot a word :P

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Link doesnt seem to work, just write nh532 in search box and you will find bios files. Bios is called Nikita-V112a, I tried opening it with bios editor but didnt dare to do anything.

This computer is quite popular right now in scandinavia because of the recent sales. Any help appreciated.

I tried to overclock my Fujitsu NH532 GT 640m LE but it only gives +135mhz. Please help mod this American Mega Trend bios. I have uploaded it to my dropbox. Here's the link.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/88509323/FTS_BIOSAdminPackLIFEBOOKN532NH532_114_1091560.zip

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Long time lurker, first time poster here.

It appears that I need a few more posts before I can download from the list. I do have a question though. Is it safe to download an OV bios and run on stock clocks? I haven't had the need to overclock my 680Ms yet, but I do like to run some benchmarks. Currently about a 200/400 OC is stable, but I would like to try higher. Would it be ok to flash the OV bios and not have to worry about reflashing back to the stock bios?

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Firstly, I just want to say that it's great what you did svl7!

I am looking for a vBios for my Alienware 18 (the new model) running Nvidia GTX780m SLI.

I've never flushed vBios before and just want to make sure I am using the correct vBios.

I went to the first page of this thread and downloaded file: Nvidia GTX 780m - 'OC edition' - rev02.zip

I just wanted to double check before I go and do something silly. Thanks for your help.

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Firstly, I just want to say that it's great what you did svl7!

I am looking for a vBios for my Alienware 18 (the new model) running Nvidia GTX780m SLI.

I've never flushed vBios before and just want to make sure I am using the correct vBios.

I went to the first page of this thread and downloaded file: Nvidia GTX 780m - 'OC edition' - rev02.zip

I just wanted to double check before I go and do something silly. Thanks for your help.

I think you've chosen the right one, that's the one that will allow you to change voltages & clock speeds using NVInspector.

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i hope its the right bios.. im locking this in nvidia inspector..

BIOS: 80.04.33.00.3B

if its wrong, where can i figure it out?

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Please send me a copy of that version. You can dump it with GPU-Z, there's a little icon on the right side next to the bios version line.

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That's the same board as the Dell card, I'd say try the Dell version (this one), should work fine. If you notice some issues I can still take a closer look at your vbios.

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