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Karajan

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  1. Hi guys, I've been following your threads for a little while now, and to this dat I've almost always found what I was looking for, or close enough. Unfortunately, I've now encountered an issue that seems pretty damn unsolvable, and most frustrating I can't even get where I could have screwed up. Here is the story, I got few months ago the Aorus x7 v2, with a 860m SLI as GPUs. It is quite a decent laptop, but lately I started to look into a possible flash of the vbios, in order to override the +135mHz limitation. That's something I've already done before without particular issue, so I wasn't overly worried about it, besides the fact that this time I had to deal with a SLI. So got the appropriate vbios there https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/forums/topic/1425-nvidia-kepler-vbios-mods-overclocking-editions-modified-clocks-voltage-tweaks/ and followed once again the tutorial over here https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/forums/topic/1687-guide-nvidia-vbios-flashing/ . The thing is that, as a matter of fact, everything went fine, for both GPUs the update was successful and then I restarted my computer... Unfortunately that is where everything went wrong : my screen doesn't light up anymore, and I can't do anything to set things right. If any of you have ever been in a similar case before, or have an idea to solve this, just let me know. Cheers, Karajan EDIT : So I managed to get something by using an external screen. The flashing actually worked, since I can now go beyond the 135mHz limit, but one of my cards is not detected anymore, an neither is my original screen.
  2. Hello guys, Call me Karajan (yeah, like the maestro, if that does ring a bell o/) Glad I found this forum, many interesting threads, and as an happy owner of an Alienware 14 (mid 13) I hope I gonna find some tips about OCing this thing (maybe flashing the vbios of my 765M). Later !
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