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Here the MSI GTX 770M OC Vbios.

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What gives further this vbios?

Blue card GTX 770M from Clevo works perfectly, without the need to modify cooling.

Thank you all for the wonderful descriptions and help in choosing the card to GT780DX.

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Hello everyone,

I'am trying to upgrade my MSI GT780DX-406US (Nvidia GTX570M) GPU to 'Nvidia 3GB GTX770M MXM 3.0', my question is should I go for a Clevo or MSi brand? Not much of a tech./comp. guru person just want to plug n' play without alot of modification if necessary. Tnx All

 

MSi - http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nvidia-3GB-GTX-770M-MXM-3-0-N14E-GS-A1-MSI-GAMING-VIDEO-Card-GDDR5-3GB-/181928863277?hash=item2a5bce262d:g:c0kAAOSwhcJWQodF

 

Clevo - http://www.ebay.com/itm/CLEVO-NVIDIA-GTX-770M-3GB-Vedio-card-for-MSI-Clevo-and-Alienware-/321963346768?hash=item4af682cb50:g:MXUAAOSwJkJWhaFy

 

Also what is a good 'Thermal pad' and Thermal paste' to use for this? Liquid metal good too? Tnx

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On 22.7.2013 at 9:59 PM, Wotan said:

Hi guys,

I've gotten myself into a sort of funky pickle:

I have installed a GTX770m in my MS-16F2 to replace the now antiquated GTX560m. After some heatsink modification on the mill and new thermal strips, the card went in quite easily. Now, my problem is that Nvidia's software, nor GPUz or any other install-able software will recognize the card. Nearly everything recognizes my display adapter as "Standard VGA adapter". However, when running Nvidia autodetect on my machine, it does detect the GTX770m. Additionally, I backed up the existing vBios on the card and the display adapter was recognized correctly, so I know its not just a matter of having a dead card.

I already tried flashing my computer's bios with a newer and unlocked version. The flash was successful, but the video card situation hasn't changed.

Does anyone have a version of the GTX770m vBios, or even better, and MSI specific copy? Any help in solving this issue would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks gents

You only need to flash the MSI Vbios of the GTX 770M,then You don`t need to modify the Driver Inf.

MSI 770m - 80.06.54.00.11 'OC edition' - rev02.zip

 

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If you buy a GTX970M with MSI Vbios it will be Plug and Play,For Clevo You need modified Driver.

And You must modify Your Heatsink.

 

 

 

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I have just bought a MSI MS-1W0B1 GTX 770M for $239 off eBay. I will be putting it in a GT70-0NC motherboard. MS-17621 ver 1.0 (specifically)I just hope it's a good lasting card than my old 680M that died on me after a Starcraft 2 gaming for 3 hours last November.

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On ‎4‎/‎3‎/‎2016 at 3:17 PM, Bizeek said:

I have just bought a MSI MS-1W0B1 GTX 770M for $239 off eBay. I will be putting it in a GT70-0NC motherboard. MS-17621 ver 1.0 (specifically)I just hope it's a good lasting card than my old 680M that died on me after a Starcraft 2 gaming for 3 hours last November.

 

I know this thread is kind of old, but I am doing the exact thing you are. Right now I'm having difficulty installing the card on Windows 10 as it only shows up as "Microsoft Display Adapter". Hopefully I can figure this out soon.

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11 hours ago, WakeUpLate said:

 

I know this thread is kind of old, but I am doing the exact thing you are. Right now I'm having difficulty installing the card on Windows 10 as it only shows up as "Microsoft Display Adapter". Hopefully I can figure this out soon.

Shure that Your Card from MSI or with MSI Vbios?

 

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11 hours ago, WakeUpLate said:

 

I know this thread is kind of old, but I am doing the exact thing you are. Right now I'm having difficulty installing the card on Windows 10 as it only shows up as "Microsoft Display Adapter". Hopefully I can figure this out soon.

Grab the hardward ID from the hardware properties and post, or take a picture snap of the card and post it to see if it really is an MSI card. Mine works with Win7Home 64bit, i pre-installed the drivers before installing my card and its worked great so far.(but no more gaming on it, only for Video editing now. Been 2 months for me already.  

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1 hour ago, Bloetschkopf said:

Shure that Your Card from MSI or with MSI Vbios?

 

The seller says it came out of a GT70, same model as mine.

1 hour ago, Bizeek said:

Grab the hardward ID from the hardware properties and post, or take a picture snap of the card and post it to see if it really is an MSI card. Mine works with Win7Home 64bit, i pre-installed the drivers before installing my card and its worked great so far.(but no more gaming on it, only for Video editing now. Been 2 months for me already.  

I actually was up all night and figured it out, holy smokes. The INF I had made was not working, so I downloaded a different modified one from laptop video and was successfully able to get it working. Now I need to flash the OC BIOS to the card and the mainboard as well.

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Also wanted to add that you need to make sure to disable driver enforcement in Windows 8/8.1/10 in order to do the install of modified INF files.

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