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  1. So I managed to grab one of those fine BIOSes that are supposed to unlock the potential of those Quadro cards. Flashed it, and lived to tell the tale. This is Quadro K3000M (Dell version, used in Dell Precision M6700). The defaults of 650@1400Mhz got pushed to 850@1400 here, along with implementing that sweet OC unlock feature -- not bad, not bad at all. But then, I wanted to squeeze more out the card. I've tried 1000@1750 and 1050@1400, and it did work, but the card defaulted to throttling to a lower P-state like every five seconds, or so. The attached screenshot shows the GPU under some heavy load, at 1000@1400 clocks, throttling a bit. Obviously, jumping from 1000Mhz to 325Mhz every once in a while is not wanted, as such throttling is associated with FPS drops. What can I do to do away with this throttling? Nvidia inspector? Modded drivers? Another GPU flash? Sorry guys -- I'm kind of lost here, not knowing what the next move is gonna be. Or am I pushing this little GPU a bit too far?
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