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About SvenRL

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  1. Suits, Boston Legal, White Collar, Supernatural, Melissa and Joey!
  2. Hello everyone! I have a passion for tweaking and fiddling beyond the limits of the specs! I decided to join because I have hit a brick wall and need help solving a problem
  3. I have an ASUS ROG GR8 (https://www.asus.com/uk/ROG-Republic-Of-Gamers/ROG_GR8/) which comes with an INTEL HD 4000 Series card and the nVidia GTX 750 Ti. The nVidia drivers clearly read it as the 750 Ti but the nvflash utility states I have the following <0> GeForce GTX 860M (10DE,1392,1043,84BB) H:--:NRM B:02,PCI,D:00,F:00 ​ I tried to OC the card by increasing the wattage - which worked fine! I started playing around with the KeplerBiosTweakerand eventually came across the option to Fix Invalid Clocks (shown below) I saved the file and since then, the drivers don't even recognise the card. In the process , I lost the original BIOS backup I had. YES, I am stupid for this and I now regret my failure to being more careful with my backups (especially for BIOS edits) I have tried every single .rom file included in all the versions of ASUS GPUTweak and ASUS GPUTweakII, I have tried the ROMS from the BIOS DB...nothing works. I plead someone with the same model or someone who happens to have the ROM backed up to upload it for me. GPU-Z saved the file as GM107.rom. I would be forever grateful!
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