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On 9/2/2018 at 1:35 PM, HankGunn said:

Is there any benefit to this at all if you're not OCing and things are running smoothly?


The whole reason you'd do this is to try to squeeze a little more performance out of the rig. If you don't intend to do that and things are running smoothly, then no.

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Hi Guys, I've successfully modded my Dell 680m bios (Svl7's Dell 680m'OCedition'_revised 1.0.0), it appears.


On Uniengine the specs read an increased 759/1800. Do I need to use something like afterburner, to get that performance? Or is the GPU just set to that now?

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Hello Everyone,


i am trying to flash a Clevo GTX 880m in a MSI GT70

I followed the guide (and looked at several others on other forums too) but upon booting from usb and trying to run either NVFLASH or NVFLASH64 with any of the options i get the error "This program cannot be run in DOS mode" (i have made sure from several sources that the NVflash version i am using is the DOS version.

Though i am able to use NVflash64 commands (both the DOS version and windows version) while in windows.

"NVflash64 -a" detects the GTX 880m in my system.

but any other commands (e.g trying to flash bios named 880m.rom with NVflash64 -6 880m.rom) gives me the error "I/O ERROR: Cannot open file: 880m.rom"


i have tried this with both DOS version and Windows version (within windows CMD because it doesnt work at all in DOS mode)


Any suggestions??

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managed to flash by putting all the commands and make a .bat file

had to overwrite the subsystem vendor id mismatch

though i did not put in any commands to freeze the window after commands were done executing but i saw the progress bar finish...

restarted machine


went into Bios>system information and GPU shows as "Unknown Device" and "Unknown Driver".

in windows is shows as "VGA Compatible Device" (before it was "Microsoft basic display adapter"

running the nvflash -a again shows that the GTX 880m is infact detected in windows.

but its not being detected by the windows as a GTX 880m (only as a VGA compatible device)

i am unable to install drivers.

the Bios i used was a MSI 8gb GTX 880m vBios from "techpowerup"


i am unable to download any of the modded bios on this forum (insufficient posts?). the svl7 bios pack at

seems useful but i cant download that too (insufficient privileges)


if the bios i used seems to be the probelm, can somone please point me towards a downloadable modded vBios for GTX 880m 8GB?

i am looking for stability and want to avoid any power throttling, not interested in any overclocking or boosts...



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