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NVIDIA Kepler VBIOS mods - Overclocking Editions, modified clocks, voltage tweaks

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42 minutes ago, pecharack said:

But I need it to work without modifying the file

You always have to modify the Drivers, no matter what vbios you have.

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49 minutes ago, pecharack said:

 

Hello everyone, I have an Alienware m15x and I installed an Nvidia GTX 780m from an MSI, Modify the drivers in the .inf and it works ... But I need it to work without modifying the file ... How can I put the vBios?

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You can try use this vbios:  https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/142721/dell-gtx780m-4096-130418

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Hi,

I would need one for Dell GTX 765M, it runs like a charm with +135 / +900 on my M17x R4, so hopefully with unlocked one I will be able to push the core round +250-300

Thanks in advance!

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Hello together,

i get this week a MEdion Razer X7827 with a GTX780M. Could somebody Unlock me the bios. I like to modiy teh boost clocks. Thanks a lot.

I download the Moded GX780M in this thread, but I couldn`t install the VGA Driver with this Bios.

 

Greats ###Olli

 

gtx 780m orginal.rom

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Thanks but it`s also not working

Here iss like my bios the boost tabel disable.

This iss what i like to modify

 

 

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thanks for the bios:)

Does anyone know the voltage for the 880m bios? It seems I can't find it.. 880m's temp goes up pretty high in few mins.

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On 13.8.2017 at 8:07 PM, Amaranthine said:

thanks for the bios:)

Does anyone know the voltage for the 880m bios? It seems I can't find it.. 880m's temp goes up pretty high in few mins.

I had at my old laptop the GTX 880M running with 1000Mhz with 0,9875V

The Card was not higher then 93C°

 

Could please somebody helb me to mod may GTX780M bios?

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On 30.7.2017 at 8:46 PM, ollithehub said:

Hello together,

i get this week a MEdion Razer X7827 with a GTX780M. Could somebody Unlock me the bios. I like to modiy teh boost clocks. Thanks a lot.

I download the Moded GX780M in this thread, but I couldn`t install the VGA Driver with this Bios.

 

Greats ###Olli

 

gtx 780m orginal.rom

Could nobody help me?

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remember to ddu after flash and clean install your drivers

should prevent many issues

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fixed the issue
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6 hours ago, marcelus25 said:

Would U mind to look at my stock one ??

80.04.E8.00.0C.rom

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

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Hello guys :) Could anybody point me in the right direction to downloading this Kelper vBios pack by svl7 ? When ever I try it says that I do not have the access to download it. Many thanks ! 

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9 minutes ago, newbinkin77 said:
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Hello guys :) Could anybody point me in the right direction to downloading this Kelper vBios pack by svl7 ? When ever I try it says that I do not have the access to download it. Many thanks ! 

Oh I've just read "User Account Promotion Rules - READ BEFORE POSTING!" post. Never mind guys, ignore the previous post. I know what I have to do to download it.

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any chance i can get my 750M unlocked?

the actual vbios is inside the laptops bios, N550JV

 

bios :

http://www32.zippyshare.com/v/HRN2Lntg/file.html
 

Your laptop work in UEFI mode? Or in Legacy mode?

Hello.

 

Any chance somebody could modify my vbios? Laptop N550JV, gt 750m, work in UEFI mode.

I need unlock limit +135MHz, unlock voltage.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

vbios.rom

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On ‎18‎.‎09‎.‎2017 at 9:31 PM, Denis231085 said:

Hello.

 

Any chance somebody could modify my vbios? Laptop N550JV, gt 750m, work in UEFI mode.

I need unlock limit +135MHz, unlock voltage.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

vbios.rom

Hi!

This is for you.

 

vbios.rom

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5 hours ago, Klem said:

Hi!

This is for you.

 

vbios.rom

Hello, Klem!

Thanks you.
You'r mod works. Limit +135MHz is disabled, but voltage don't increase. Then I start stress test, voltage increased for 1.680v then drop in standart value voltage 1.620v. I increase voltage in nvidia inspector, but nothing changed. And You changed Memory clock 1000MHz in vbios, this clock don't apply.

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As you can see on the screenshot, the voltage slider unlocked. For any voltage changes you should just move voltage slider to the right side more then +100mV.

But i think that 1163MHz very nice result for your GT 750M.

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3 minutes ago, Klem said:

As you can see on the screenshot, the voltage slider unlocked. For any voltage changes you should just move voltage slider to the right side more then +100mV.

But i think that 1163MHz very nice result for your GT 750M.

I have 1293MHz core and 1175MHz memory without vbios mod on standart voltage, temp 67-68 aida stress test 30 min.

Before mod, voltage slider was unlocked, but when I move slider to the right and apply was nothing change.

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6 minutes ago, Denis231085 said:

I have 1293MHz core and 1175MHz

I think that this great results it's more then enough for this card.

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Just now, Klem said:

I think that this great results it's more then enough for this card.

I moded cooling system my laptop and I want more)))) So how can I increase voltage?

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3 minutes ago, Denis231085 said:

I moded cooling system my laptop and I want more)))) So how can I increase voltage?

Limit 1.200V

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1 minute ago, Klem said:

1.200V

I move voltage slider in the right full and apply and voltage change!!! Thanks you.

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