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Hi, I have a problem, my display driver contentiously stop responding only when i play games. My card is GTX 680M 4GB (Clevo). I tried the OV version avalable here and flashed it however it did not fix my issue.

Many solution online suggest increase in voltage to fix this issue, however, I noticed that the OC bios here has the default voltage set. Hence i would like to ask if anyone could bump up the voltage for this card or unlock the voltage control for this card and post a bios? I have tried to do it myself using NiBiTor, but it does not recognize the bios (No gtx 680m option). Any help?

Solutions i tried:

- Not caused by overheating (Did check, sometimes would stop responding at average temps of 77 other higher)

- Increase delay time in Registry

- Set power management in Nvidia panel to preferred performance

- Use High Performance power option (Always set here with power supply in)

- Clean out GPU & applied thermal paste

- Applied all windows updates (Running on latest Bios & EC too)

- Tried Nvidia GPU driver from manufacturer (If clean install games wont start, if normal install, games run on integrated graphics no matter my selection or immediatly stop reponding on styart)

- Running latest Nvdia drivers (Did clean install too)

- Fresh install of windows

So yea as you can see, I have tried many solution but none worked so i am left with increasing the voltage but its lock on the bios as well as the OC bios available on this forum. Any help? Attached is my stock vbios.

Origianl vbios GTX 680m.zip

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Hi, I have a problem, my display driver contentiously stop responding only when i play games. My card is GTX 680M 4GB (Clevo). I tried the OV version avalable here and flashed it however it did not fix my issue.

Many solution online suggest increase in voltage to fix this issue, however, I noticed that the OC bios here has the default voltage set. Hence i would like to ask if anyone could bump up the voltage for this card or unlock the voltage control for this card and post a bios? I have tried to do it myself using NiBiTor, but it does not recognize the bios (No gtx 680m option). Any help?

Solutions i tried:

- Not caused by overheating (Did check, sometimes would stop responding at average temps of 77 other higher)

- Increase delay time in Registry

- Set power management in Nvidia panel to preferred performance

- Use High Performance power option (Always set here with power supply in)

- Clean out GPU & applied thermal paste

- Applied all windows updates (Running on latest Bios & EC too)

- Tried Nvidia GPU driver from manufacturer (If clean install games wont start, if normal install, games run on integrated graphics no matter my selection or immediatly stop reponding on styart)

- Running latest Nvdia drivers (Did clean install too)

- Fresh install of windows

So yea as you can see, I have tried many solution but none worked so i am left with increasing the voltage but its lock on the bios as well as the OC bios available on this forum. Any help? Attached is my stock vbios.

Try this.

Ori.zip

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