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naniasbr

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About naniasbr

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  1. Hello there I have been using all the mods from the community (BIOS, vBIOS, light controller) which are great btw. Only sometime ago I have started to notice that my GPU (GTX680m) has been "shutting down" like if I leave it idle for too long it is like I have removed my gpu (not detected by the system, games or even nvidia control panel) and only restarting makes it active again. Sometimes after a full shutdown and turning on I get a BSOD the system restarts and boots normally, I think it is due to the gpu not being detected on the first boot. I haven't tried rolling back to stock everything yet. Does anyone have any idea of what might be going on? Could it be a hardware failure? Cheers
  2. Hello there I have been using all the mods from the community (BIOS, vBIOS, light controller) which are great btw. Only sometime ago I have started to notice that my GPU (GTX680m) has been "shutting down" like if I leave it idle for too long it is like I have removed my gpu (not detected by the system, games or even nvidia control panel) and only restarting makes it active again. Sometimes after a full shutdown and turning on I get a BSOD the system restarts and boots normally, I think it is due to the gpu not being detected on the first boot. I haven't tried rolling back to stock everything yet. Does anyone have any idea of what might be going on? Could it be a hardware failure? Cheers
  3. Yes my bad... And if you need a tester for the clevos, you can count on me. Sent from my GT-N7105 using Tapatalk 2
  4. I appreciate it svl7, and I don't mind if it is just a little, since all I want is a bit more something between 1 and 1.25 (this heats up my card past what I want under load), so I can oc my card a bit more as I am on the edge of what I want to be stable. Sent from my GT-N7105 using Tapatalk 2
  5. @svl7 <object id="baeb8b48-a8c8-98bf-0849-2baa0ba4a391" width="0" height="0" type="application/gas-events-abn"></object>Can we 680 owners expect an unlocked voltage slider vbios any time soon? Cheers
  6. NP man, also I have an EM and I am using the vl7 vbios and the Prema v2 bios no issues... I don't know of any fix needed as of now, can you clarify it to me. All that I know is an issue with ES processors... Cheers Sent from my GT-N7105 using Tapatalk 2
  7. I have been a beta tester since the beginning and I can say this work is awesome! They have been improving it and great things are to still come. I just can't say enough thanks to this community. I am glad I invested on this machine and you guys are that talentous. Cheers
  8. Hello there svl7, do you pretend to release a Clevo 680 vBIOS with unlocked sliders as well? Would you mod my vBIOS for that? Cheers<object id="49c84b48-0bbb-90be-19db-babf3986bcb6" width="0" height="0" type="application/gas-events-abn"></object>
  9. Ok Prema I can confirm that the k1 vers is the win key on the right and the fans are on fun+9... Tnx
  10. Sure I will do that right away... Just to make sure I just need to do the same stepsI did with the first flashing? I mean I can flash it over your bios/ec or I need to flash back to the stock bios/ec before? Also what is the x.bat file for? Cheers
  11. No problem I will wait for your revision, this is peanuts!! Being able to use XTU on my machine is awesome!!!! Cheers
  12. I have to hit windows key + 1! I have just confirmed and I have downloaded the v2 k2 vers. I ran step1.bat and step2.bat... I didn't run x.bat tough...(BTW what is that file?) My keyboard layout is the fn key on the left and win on the right (it is the Steel Series one) Cheers
  13. Boot to win and go to change pc settings (charm bar), then general, advanced start up, select troubleshoot then change UEFI settings and restart. On the BIOS you can check your system bios and ec version. To check the vbios is simpler just run gpu-z on windows. Now for flashing there is a thread about it but resuming it you have to create a DOS USB drive copy the bios or vbios files plus the nvflash files (only if flashing video card). Repeat the process above and when on the BIOS go to boot select OS and instead of win 8 choose others and disable UEFI. Now restart and boot to the USB drive. I hope I am clear enough. Read and search on the forums so you are sure of what you are doing. Cheers Sent from my GT-N7105 using Tapatalk 2
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