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  1. 2 points
    Another night at the track and some tuning. Getting a lot of wheel slippage and the engines running too rich...I know I can clock in faster with a higher trap speed in the 1/4...hmmm...in due time... Personal PR. (18660) 3rd Overall (GTX1080 Notebook Class). 1st in 775 Class. +11.3 Points for Team T|i ==================================================================================================================== Personal PR. (7238) 4rd Overall (GTX1080 Notebook Class). 1st in 775 Class. ================================================================= Personal PR. (X10967) 2rd Overall (GTX1080 Notebook Class). 1st in 775 Class. ================================================================= Personal PR. (P21413) Although this was a goofy run as it froze half way through then resumed. Strange...I'll run it again. 3rd Overall (GTX1080 Notebook Class). 1st in 775 Class.
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    Below are steps written by our very own @J95 on how to mod the nvidia driver inf for your notebook. - Extract drivers 7-Zip - 3xx.xx-notebook-win8-win7-64bit-international-whql\Display.Driver - Display.Driver folder, OEM INF list. nvaci.inf Acer, Gateway nvami.inf Asus nvaoi.inf Apple nvbli.inf HP nvcti.inf Compal nvcvi.inf Clevo nvdmi.inf Dell nvfmi.inf Fujitsu nvfui.inf Siemens nvhmi.inf HP nvloi.inf LG nvlti.inf lenovo NVMIi.inf MSI nvqni.inf NEC nvszci.inf Sony nvtdi.inf Toshiba Qosmio nvtsi.inf Toshiba - INF file structure. ; NVIDIA Windows (64 bit) Display INF file ; Copyright © NVIDIA Corporation. All rights reserved. [Version] Signature = "$Windows NT$" Provider = %NVIDIA% ClassGUID = {4D36E968-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} Class = Display DriverVer = 10/23/2013, CatalogFile = NV_DISP.CAT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ [Manufacturer]%NVIDIA_A% = NVIDIA_SetA_Devices,NTamd64.6.0,NTamd64.6.1,NTamd64.6.2,NTamd64.6.3 (Windows versions 64-bit) NTamd64.6.0 Vista NTamd64.6.1 Win7 NTamd64.6.2 Win8 NTamd64.6.3 Win8.1 1 [NVIDIA_SetA_Devices.NTamd64.6.0] Vista %NVIDIA_DEV.0407.01F1.1028% = Section004, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0407&SUBSYS_01F11028 %NVIDIA_DEV.0407.01F2.1028% = Section004, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0407&SUBSYS_01F21028 %NVIDIA_DEV.0407.0228.1028% = Section004, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0407&SUBSYS_02281028 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 [NVIDIA_SetA_Devices.NTamd64.6.1] Win7 %NVIDIA_DEV.0407.019C.1028% = Section001, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0407&SUBSYS_019C1028 %NVIDIA_DEV.0407.01F1.1028% = Section001, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0407&SUBSYS_01F11028 %NVIDIA_DEV.0407.01F2.1028% = Section001, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0407&SUBSYS_01F21028 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 [NVIDIA_SetA_Devices.NTamd64.6.2] Win8 %NVIDIA_DEV.0407.019C.1028% = Section002, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0407&SUBSYS_019C1028 %NVIDIA_DEV.0407.01F1.1028% = Section002, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0407&SUBSYS_01F11028 %NVIDIA_DEV.0407.01F2.1028% = Section002, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0407&SUBSYS_01F21028 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4 [NVIDIA_SetA_Devices.NTamd64.6.3] Win8.1 %NVIDIA_DEV.0407.019C.1028% = Section003, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0407&SUBSYS_019C1028 %NVIDIA_DEV.0407.01F1.1028% = Section003, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0407&SUBSYS_01F11028 %NVIDIA_DEV.0407.01F2.1028% = Section003, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0407&SUBSYS_01F21028 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 [strings] DiskID1 = "NVIDIA Windows (64 bit) Driver Library Installation Disk 1" NVIDIA = "NVIDIA" NVIDIA_A = "NVIDIA" NVIDIA_DEV.0407.019C.1028 = "NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT " NVIDIA_DEV.0407.01F1.1028 = "NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT" NVIDIA_DEV.0407.01F2.1028 = "NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT " ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- nvdmi.inf (Dell) e.g. Alienware M17xR2 GTX 680M - Win7 - Device manager -> Display Adapters -> Details -> Device Description -> Hardware Ids. 10DE&DEV = Nvidia, 11A0 = GTX 680M, 043A = M17XR2, 1028 = Dell (PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_11A0&SUBSYS_043A1028) PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_11A0&SUBSYS_05511028 = M17xR4/60Hz GTX 680M (Reference) - Edit only the "NTamd64 Section" that corresponds to your OS version + 5 "NVIDIA Windows (64 bit) Driver Library Installation Disk 1" Under [NVIDIA_SetA_Devices.NTamd64.6.1] 2 (Win7) search for "%NVIDIA_DEV.11A00551.1028% = Section210, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_11A0&SUBSYS_05511028" replace 0551 with 043A. - 5 "NVIDIA Windows (64 bit) Driver Library Installation Disk 1" [strings] NVIDIA_DEV.11A0.0551.1028 = "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M " replace 0551 with 043A Notepad CTRL+H Method - Display.Driver folder -> open nvdmi.inf (notepad) CTRL+H -> Find What: 0551 Replace With: 043A -> Hit 'Replace All' -> Save. - C:\Nvidia...International\ -> run setup.exe. M17xR1 GTX 260M/280M/285M. - GTX 260M = 0618 %NVIDIA_DEV.0618.02A2.1028% = Section033, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0618&SUBSYS_02A21028, replace 02A2 with 02A1 - GTX 280M = 060A %NVIDIA_DEV.0618.02A2.1028% = Section033, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0618&SUBSYS_02A21028, replace both 0618 / 02A2 with 060A / 02A1 respectively. - 5 "NVIDIA Windows (64 bit) Driver Library Installation Disk 1" [strings] NVIDIA_DEV.060A.02A1.1028 = "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280M " NVIDIA_DEV.0618.02A1.1028 = "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M " Notepad CTRL+H Method GTX 260M - Display.Driver folder -> open nvdmi.inf (notepad) CTRL+H -> Find What: 02A2 Replace With: 02A1 -> Hit 'Replace All' -> Save. - C:\Nvidia...International\ -> run setup.exe. GTX 280M 1- Display.Driver -> open nvdmi.inf CTRL+H -> Find What: 02A2 Replace With: 02A1 -> Hit 'Replace All' 2- Find What: 0618 Replace With: 060A -> ''Replace All' 3- Find What: 260M Replace With: 280M -> 'Replace All' -> Save. 4- C:\Nvidia...International\ -> run setup.exe GTX 285M 1- Display.Driver -> open nvdmi.inf CTRL+H -> Find What: 043A Replace With: 02A1 -> Hit 'Replace All' -> Save 2- C:\Nvidia...International\ -> run setup.exe - Windows 8 - disable driver signing. Command Prompt (Admin) Win key + X Type: bcdedit /set {current} testsigning yes -> "The operation completed successfully" -> reboot -> Install drivers. Exit test mode. bcdedit /set {current} testsigning no -> reboot.
  3. 1 point
    Time was, with my old 750M dGPU, I’d load a new game, and be pleased as punch that it ran at all. Now I finally built my rig, and I’m getting all worried about performance. Generally speaking, playing with brand new games that are famously not optimized (Deus Ex, Obduction), my 1070 SC/TB2/2014 rMBP seems to do pretty darn well: 50-100+ FPS on “very high” or “ultra” settings. That said, I’m seeing two things occasionally: 1. Definite frame drops with very complex scene renders—perhaps dropping to ~30FPS and then ramping back up with simpler renders 2. Periodic hitching, where the video will freeze right up for maybe 500-1000ms, particularly in Obduction, where level streaming is happening. I guess I’m a *little* disappointed by these drops, but only in the context of the brand new video card on its own. In the context of the rig, I gather neither of these things should be terribly surprising while running a waterfall through the garden hose that is the Akitio/Thunderbolt 2 connection. According to GPU-Z, I’m barely using half my video memory at any time. What do you experienced folks generally see when the Thunderbolt connection bottlenecks? Is it similar to general slowdown in an under-powered system, or are there very particular symptoms? My guess is that the hitching I’m occasionally seeing is particularly indicative of the Thunderbolt stream, but honestly I’m not used to things performing relatively well!
  4. 1 point
    While the article has no big news otherwise, they state that the release date of the PowerColor Devil Box will be the 20th October. They also state compatibility with the Razer Blade and XPS 13 notebook(s) and the Inter NUC. I wonder why they didn't include benchmark results, maybe an NDA. But they showed many installed cards. http://www.babeltechreviews.com/hands-powercolors-devil-box/ Personally I just dislike the logo on the front.
  5. 1 point
    Use CUDA-Z to measure the Host-to-Device Bandwidth using the following reference. x1 1.1 would be ~190MiB/s, x1 2.0 ~380MiB/s. Reference CUDA-Z Host-to-Device Bandwidth NGFF.M2-32Gbps (x4 3.0): 2842 MiB/s link TB2 -16Gbps (x4 2.0): 1258 MiB/s link TB1-10Gbps: 781MiB/s link TB1-8Gbps (x2 2.0): 697MiB/s link EC2-4Gbps (x1 2.0): 373MiB/s link
  6. 1 point
    better ask to someone who own(ed) a 980 like MrFox, but if it's like the vbios of my 970m (Prema powered), voltage slider can go up to +212.5mV. My max OC is +370MHz/+300Mhz (core/ram) @+162.5mV.
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    To me bottlenecks appeared only in benchmarks by lower scores and in games with lower fps! The problems you are describing seem to be CPU related. My guess would be that the CPU will down clock in stressful situations and create a performance drop. Make sure your CPU boost is limited to 3GHz, turn off every CPU hungry app, lift the MacBook a bit up to provide optimal cooling and try lowering your CPU voltage with intel xtu (doesn't work on all MacBooks)
  9. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0


    Files contained in this archive: [Y580][Y480]-'unlocked_BIOS'_660mGHzEdition_WhitelistMod.zip 'Error 104' - fix.zip Lenovo Y580 - Y480 BIOS v8.00 (5DCN90WW) - Mod.zip Lenovo Y580 - Y480 BIOS v8.01 (5DCN90WW) - Mod.zip Lenovo_Y480_Y580_-_BIOS_V.206_[unlocked].zip Lenovo_Y480_Y580_-_BIOS_V.206_[unlocked][no whitelist].zip Y580-Y480_BiosFix.zip fpt-dos.zip fptw64.zip prr2.zip For information on how to use the files in this archive, see here: My donation link in case you want to buy me a beer


  10. 1 point

    Version 5.236


    NVFlash 5.236 modified by JoeDirt that bypasses certificate checks allowing for flashing of GTX 950, 960, 970, 980, 980Ti, Titan X. This version of NVFlash is to be used on Windows x86 platform using command prompt window. Instructions: 1. Disable video card(s) in device manager 2. Open command prompt as administrator and change to the directory where nvflash + .rom files reside. If you have multiple GPUs installed in your system, type the following to list them nvflash --list 3. Next, you will need to choose which GPU to flash and then issue the command. nvflash -i0 -6 <name.rom> After you choose 'Y', the utility will flash your GPU. In the example above, the primary GPU was flashed so if you have a second, then follow up with commands such as: nvflash -i1 -6 <name.rom> Once you have completed flashing your GPUs, you must reboot your system and then re-enable the GPUs in device manager. After which you may be required to reinstall your driver in some cases. If you have any questions, direct them in the forums.


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