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Asus G75VW - modified BIOS / VBIOS

Here's a modified BIOS for the Asus G75VW. It enables some more options and settings in the BIOS setup.

It also contains a tweaked VBIOS for the 660m.

Detailed version information:

 

 

  • mod02 'GHZ edition' - 660m 3d clocks at 1000MHz core - 670m @ 715/1650 (only in 'overclock edition')
  • additional BIOS menus

 

Pics of the most interesting BIOS settings (thanks @bobby7):

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Instructions:

 

 

  • Download the BIOS you want to flash, as well as the flash tool (Win64). Put the modified BIOS (and included files) in the same folder as the flash tool
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  • Make sure that your current BIOS version is the same as the one you want to flash. Then create a backup of your BIOS by executing the backup.bat file.
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  • Download the 'G75VW-BiosFixer.zip, put it in the same folder as the flash too and run it. Follow the instructions on the screen, it will ask you for the BIOS backup you just created, as well as the modified BIOS file which you already downloaded.
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  • If the tool doesn't come up with an error message, go ahead and flash the created file by executing the included flash.bat file.
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  • Wait until the flashing is done, in case everything's okay you can reboot.

 

NOTE: It's a good idea to go to load the default BIOS settings after flashing. Also I really recommend flashing the official version before applying the modified BIOS, as mentioned in the instructions.

>>> Here's my donation link, if you like my mods feel free to buy me a beer ;) <<<

As always with such mods, use at your own risk.

The program I provide here (BiosFixer) comes with absolutely no warranty to the extent permitted by applicable law.

 

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Asus G75VW - BIOS v223 - [unlocked] [overclock edition].zip

G75VW-BiosFixer.zip

Asus G75VW - BIOS v223 - [unlocked].zip

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Here are some bios pics.

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Also, there are some random fps drops in 20 sec intervals when playing a game. Great vbios!!

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I need more details regarding the drops, else I can't investigate. Which game, what clocks did you run and how far does it drop. Please attach a log file.

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For example. Or Nvidia Inspector, or MSI Afterburner or HWiNFO... whatever.

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Okay, well now it seems to be working. It is rather weird the fps drop, could be just something else.

THx again.

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Hello svl7,

Hope you had a good day. I have been experiencing the random clock drops while playing nba 2k13 and ac3.

Here are the clocks:

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Log is attached, you can see towards the bottom the are these random drops. THx again for everything.

GPU-Z Sensor Log.txt

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I want to thank svl7 for this modded vBIOS. I'm successfully gaming at ~1160Mhz core / 1450Mhz mem. Great stuff! It's put new life into this laptop.

It's been years since I've done any real benchmarking, but here's a 3DMark 11 Performance run:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5146996

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Hello svl7,

Hope you had a good day. I have been experiencing the random clock drops while playing nba 2k13 and ac3.

Here are the clocks:

Log is attached, you can see towards the bottom the are these random drops. THx again for everything.

I only see some drops to 1113MHz or similar, and that's still higher than the default clock of 1000MHz. 1200 is boost, you don't necessarily get full boost all the time. All the other clock drops I see are while the GPU load is lower, so that's usual as well, the GPU is supposed to clock down if there's only a small load.

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Okay, I will just test it. Thx again. It is just the frame drops to 5 fps at those times.

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I want to thank svl7 for this modded vBIOS. I'm successfully gaming at ~1160Mhz core / 1450Mhz mem. Great stuff! It's put new life into this laptop.

It's been years since I've done any real benchmarking, but here's a 3DMark 11 Performance run:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5146996

He Jimmy,

Are those clock speeds including the boost?

Thx.

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Does the vBIOS still limit +135 max overclock (from stock?) I'm sitting at +135 core using inspector with no problems. Might be time to go for a faster speed...

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Svl7 didn't mention the +135 max overclock limit so i think it's still blocked at +135Mhz.

But instead of 835Mhz you start at 1000Mhz :)

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Svl7 didn't mention the +135 max overclock limit so i think it's still blocked at +135Mhz.

But instead of 835Mhz you start at 1000Mhz :)

Cool, that's what I assumed. Gonna have to try it out soon when I get the chance.

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Cool, that's what I assumed. Gonna have to try it out soon when I get the chance.

I'm seeing clocks hit 1164Mhz with my 3DMark runs...

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So i flashed this amazing Vbios ! Boost in 1115Mhz ! The +135Mhz limit is no longer here :)

Everything's works fine.But the backlight of my keyboard has gone :/

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Maybe I should disable the boost, then it's possible to sustain the clock which is set instead of having it switching all the time...

Regarding the lights, try a power drain. Might be a setting error. Also after flashing a BIOS I recommend going to the setup and loading the defaults.

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I've done a power drain (battery and AC unplugged then hold on 30sec the power button) and i've load the defaults setting in the bios.

Still no backlight :/

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Might be a problem with the EC/BIOS of v221, I didn't change any of this.

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I can't do a lot about the 670m... it's a fermi card. A slight voltage increase is possible if the vbios allows it, and of course higher default clocks, but it won't overclock as high as a Kepler.

Do you have a GPU-Z screenshot of the 670m? (Preferably of a system using bios v221)

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I can't do a lot about the 670m... it's a fermi card. A slight voltage increase is possible if the vbios allows it, and of course higher default clocks, but it won't overclock as high as a Kepler.

Do you have a GPU-Z screenshot of the 670m? (Preferably of a system using bios v221)

Here you go sir... Bios .211 Stock... GDDR5 is incorrectly reported of course...

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