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Hello,

 

I'm looking to get the most out of my card so I was wondering If anyone could modify my Bios for maximum overclocking potential.

 

I have the GTX 970m with 3 GB of memory.

 

I've re-pasted the GPU with AS5 to make the task easier and the GPU temp dropped by 4 C during Furmark :) stress test.

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

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Heres the G752VT gtx 970m 3GB stock bios. I'm looking for an unlocked version to push at least the gpu clock past the +135MHz limit and the core to over 1V (1.212V limit is good)

GM204v0.rom

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@Klem

Hey Mr. Klem! I'm looking for a vBIOS that could help me push my 970m a little bit further.

 

Asus RoG G752VT

- 6700HQ

- 970m 3GB

- GSync Display

 

// I installed a vBIOS months ago but cannot recall where I got it from.

// Here's a screenshot of my Inspector

// + I would need the necessary nvflash to install the vBIOS. Thank you so much!

// Here's my current vBIOS. Extracted from GPU-Z! Check attachment under the attachment below: GM204.rom

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GM204.rom

Edited by O L I V . R
Added: 3rd & 4th //

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6 hours ago, O L I V . R said:

@Klem

Hey Mr. Klem! I'm looking for a vBIOS that could help me push my 970m a little bit further.

 

Asus RoG G752VT

- 6700HQ

- 970m 3GB

- GSync Display

 

// I installed a vBIOS months ago but cannot recall where I got it from.

// Here's a screenshot of my Inspector

// + I would need the necessary nvflash to install the vBIOS. Thank you so much!

// Here's my current vBIOS. Extracted from GPU-Z! Check attachment under the attachment below: GM204.rom

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GM204.rom

Hi!

Check PM.

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Hi  Mr. Klem.

I have the same laptop as above :

Asus RoG G752VT

- 6700HQ

- 970m 3GB

- GSync Display

 

Can you please send me the vBios file so that I can overclock it. (I really need that for my VR headset)

 

Thank you.

God bless.

 

 

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28 minutes ago, SimoneMario said:

Hello  Mr. Klem.

I have the same laptop:

Asus RoG G752VT

- 6700HQ

- 970m 3GB

- GSync Display

here is my dump done with nvflash, can you pimp my card? thanks a lot.

970m_g752vt.rom

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

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Posted (edited)

Hello senior @Klem, I am redoing a Asus Rog G752VT right now, and I would like to make a call to your knowledge to

make me a G-sync compatible V-bios. Can you up my power over 9000 ? XD or not :p 

Conf:

test with HWMonitor

I76700HQ ( currently in idle 31°c, burn 87°C max )

970m 3Go ( currently in idle 31°c, burn 63°C max ) 

 

test with Furmark:

clock: 987mhz

tension: 931mV

memory clock: 2601mhz

 

G-sync display 

refresh rate of the screen max 100Hz

My Vbios:

 

GM204.rom

Capture GPU-Z:

1.PNG.e2e5b1419a5b1920bbf095a7203fb5f2.PNG

 

thanking you in advance.

PS: sry for my bad english translat XD 

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8 hours ago, Sirius said:

Can you up my power over 9000 ? XD or not :p 

Hi!

Overclock of any silicon is always a lottery. Even two completely identical chips have different overclocking potential. One chip can  overclock more, but the other one less. It's a lottery.

 

8 hours ago, Sirius said:

test with Furmark:

clock: 987mhz

tension: 931mV

memory clock: 2601mhz

 

Never try to use Furmark or Kombuster for testing any mobile Nvidia graphic cards! These utility use triggering mode to create 3D load for graphic cards, this is very danger, because create very strong load for mobile cards! Nvidia has been using a special protective mechanism in its mobile drivers for more than 6 years to protect against such utilities that create a trigger load. As soon as this protective mechanism detects a trigger load, the video card starts turning on throttling and lowering the frequencies.

For testing mobile graphic cards just use any 3D Mark benchmarks, or Unigine Valley Benchmark, or Unigine Heaven Benchmark.

 

8 hours ago, Sirius said:

I would like to make a call to your knowledge to

make me a G-sync compatible V-bios.

Yes I can unlock your vbios, but I don't know how much your card can be overclock, because any overclock it's a lottery.

Check your Inbox.

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Hi, I’m here to give you some feedback. The bios does allow to mount the Vcore, however there seems to be a safety on it that prevents to climb above 1000Mv . The result is an extinction of the PC when we try to get past it. I am mixed about the fact of having put 5 USD in it.

Can you correct this?

I want to clarify, below 1000Mv the bios works very well, and it is quite possible to overclock. I could go up to:

clock + 200mhz memory clock +250

(test under TimeSpy)

Unfortunately, due to the voltage, it remains very unstable, The test under TimeSpy passed one in five times.

I leave the bios here, if you want to find it: D

GM204MOD.rom

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1 hour ago, Sirius said:

Hi, I’m here to give you some feedback. The bios does allow to mount the Vcore, however there seems to be a safety on it that prevents to climb above 1000Mv .

 

In your vBIOS mod voltage adjustment already unlocked, just use Nvidia Inspector utility.

To start increase voltage, just move the voltage slider more then +100mV or +130mV and click Apply settings.

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Nvidia Inspector is the utility I use. And precisely when I go above 1000mV the pc shutdown. I tested with stable frequencies ( clock+187Mhz memory+200Mhz ), it's the same. Below 1000mV everything is fine, above the shutdown pc.
At the value clock+ 200mhz and memory+250 mhz: below 1000mV the test crashes, above the shutdown pc.
I cannot apply more than + 87.5mV I can't go above 993.0mV
At + 100mV, the shutdown pc tests with 1006.0mV
I think there is a security that prevents going beyond 1000mV

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Post here your screenshot in Nvidia Inspector (full window with overclocking sliders).

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Well, what will happens if you move voltage slider to +130 and click "Apply Clocks & Voltage" ?

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At + 100 pc shutdown, at +130 pc shutdown also

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2 minutes ago, Sirius said:
At + 100 pc shutdown, at +130 pc shutdown also

Immediately after clicking "Apply Clocks & Voltage" ?  Or after start any 3D Load?

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Posted (edited)

PC shutdown is at the start of the graphics test.
My GPU is around 60 ° when the PC shuts down and my processor around 80 °.

When I put the right voltage (above 1000 mV), test it first, then the pc shutdown. When I put a voltage too low (below 1000mV), the test crashes but the pc does not shutdown.

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In this case, I think it's a problem with Power adapter. You need try to use the Power adapter with more power.

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it is a 19.5 v 9.23A 180W, it does not seem to heat up.

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4 minutes ago, Sirius said:

it is a 19.5 v 9.23A 180W, it does not seem to heat up.

Yes, it does not seem to heat up, but it seem not enough power for any overclock.

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