Files posted by Brian
Developed by Orbmu2k, NVIDIA Inspector is an invaluable tool for NVIDIA GPUs which has a variety of features including but not limited to the following listed below.
Overclocking - Ability to set GPU base clock, memory clock, power and temperature target, voltage offset and fan speed. Profiles - Create per GPU overclocking and fan speed profiles. NVIDIA profile manipulation - Ability to modify NVIDIA game profiles.
updated setting constants until driver r343 updated custom settings override reported default value for aa gamma correction and shader cache fixed donation link show memory vendor shortname after memory type you can now add "-silent" param after the nip file for silent profile import creating startup tasks will add 30sec task delay creating seperated startup tasks for each perf level fixed default values for non p0 state oc controls fixed mdps apps drag & drop from non elevated desktop fixed rop calculation for maxwell 2 cards
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.
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
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.