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14 hours ago, Tech Head Fred said:

Here is the file.

I appreciate you taking the time for this.

 

GM107.rom

Ok. Check your PM.

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Hi, Klem!

Can you unlock the voltage slider in MSI Afterburner/NVInspector and unlock the max o/c limit (+135Mhz) on my Quadro M5000M?

Here is the screenshot of GPU-Z and the vbios.rom:

m5000m.gif.5e9f753bd89066ee4e3185e2f7dede6f.gif

bios.rom

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8 hours ago, mirage_bg said:

Hi, Klem!

Can you unlock the voltage slider in MSI Afterburner/NVInspector and unlock the max o/c limit (+135Mhz) on my Quadro M5000M?

Here is the screenshot of GPU-Z and the vbios.rom:

m5000m.gif.5e9f753bd89066ee4e3185e2f7dede6f.gif

bios.rom

 

Hi!

Ok. Check your PM box.

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Hi @Klem I have an Eurocom sky X4 / Clevo P750DM-G with GTX980m 8GB with G-SYNC (BIOS attached) is there any working version of your unlocked BIOS that is compatible with my device ? Or can you please unlock my current BIOS ? :) Thank you

 

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bios.rom

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5 minutes ago, mys3544 said:

Hi @Klem I have an Eurocom sky X4 / Clevo P750DM-G with GTX980m 8GB with G-SYNC (BIOS attached) is there any working version of your unlocked BIOS that is compatible with my device ? Or can you please unlock my current BIOS ? :) Thank you

 

1935244185_Screenshot(13).thumb.png.ca37a533af1d3be57253538d03a347fc.png

bios.rom

 

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

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Thank you for the plethora of information in this thread. I'm planning on upgrading my 770m to 900 series gpu so I'm reading up on what I can. It's interesting what an unlocked bios can do for a system.  IHoping I can do the same mods in the future. 

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@Klem I'm not sure who I should contact who might be able to help me on here, or even be willing to. 

 

Last Saturday I installed a Quadro M4000M in my Dell Precision M6700. I got it working... Had to modify the INF file in the driver package to get it to install, but it is working well now.

 

What I need help with is overclocking this thing.  I can get +135 on the core with Nvidia Inspector. I installed Maxwell bios tweaker II and I am just not experienced enough to mess around in here yet.  I had modded a vbios a couple years ago with Kepler bios tweaker and it worked well, but I'm real rusty and don't want to mess up the new card...  Any help would be appreciated. I am looking for something modest. It would be great if I could get a little more on the core like maybe +200 or +250 (I'm not sure what these are capable of, but I wouldn't want to run within 25mhz of max. I would like something any version of these cards regardless of the silicon lottery should be capable of) and a memory boost would be nice which I cannot get with Nvidia Inspector. 

 

Thanks

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10 hours ago, poorejj said:

@Klem I'm not sure who I should contact who might be able to help me on here, or even be willing to. 

 

Last Saturday I installed a Quadro M4000M in my Dell Precision M6700. I got it working... Had to modify the INF file in the driver package to get it to install, but it is working well now.

 

What I need help with is overclocking this thing.  I can get +135 on the core with Nvidia Inspector. I installed Maxwell bios tweaker II and I am just not experienced enough to mess around in here yet.  I had modded a vbios a couple years ago with Kepler bios tweaker and it worked well, but I'm real rusty and don't want to mess up the new card...  Any help would be appreciated. I am looking for something modest. It would be great if I could get a little more on the core like maybe +200 or +250 (I'm not sure what these are capable of, but I wouldn't want to run within 25mhz of max. I would like something any version of these cards regardless of the silicon lottery should be capable of) and a memory boost would be nice which I cannot get with Nvidia Inspector. 

 

Thanks

Hi!

You can post here your stock vbios from your card, I'll take a look.

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Are these vbios updated(further tweaked since tested) and compatible with the   AW17 R-3    980M 8Gig.  See attached file.

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Hello !

 

Have an gtx 980m to unlock . . . tested it self by inet guides but no luck

 

Klem can you help . . . schenker980.JPG.32d0d368301f73d3868dc4034a5bb10e.JPG . . . GPU and Ram are on Stock 0c Limit

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0riginal without GPU . . .   gm204.JPG.dcd9c719226edfa519708d5f4e86a6fe.JPG . . .  VRAM 0C Voltage Limit

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Hi!

Send me your stock vbios, I'll take a look.

1 hour ago, mirt1981 said:

Hello !

 

Have an gtx 980m to unlock . . . tested it self by inet guides but no luck

 

Klem can you help . . . schenker980.JPG.32d0d368301f73d3868dc4034a5bb10e.JPG . . . GPU and Ram are on Stock 0c Limit

Hi!

Send me your stock vbios, I'll take a look.

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Hi Klem, I have an Asus Rog GL552VW-DM149 laptop with the latest version 300 of the bios.
I tried the overclock GTX 960M but I noticed that the max limit of the mem clock is +140MHz and going a little further it already starts crashing.
Can anything be done to unlock this limit? I have seen on the web that some have taken it up to +450/+700MHz with the same card, how is it possible?
I await your news, thanks.

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1 hour ago, Nikola87 said:

I noticed that the max limit of the mem clock is +140MHz and going a little further it already starts crashing.
Can anything be done to unlock this limit?

Hi!

It's not a bios limitation. It's means that memory type on your Nvidia card can't overclock more than +140 MHz. Because on your card Elpida memory chips. 

Samsung memory chips can overclock much more. Hynix and Micron memory chips also maybe can overclock more than Elpida.

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Hi Klem,

can you please unlock my current BIOS ? I have a throttle on my gpu usage (about 475mhz max when used but 1126mhz in idle with the vbios Nvidia GTX 980m - 'OC edition' rev0   ).

 

With the original bios, I have more limited by memory  clock this time, 799mhz max and 1037mhz for the gpu clock

 

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Thk a lot !

 

 

 

dell_980m_original.rom

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6 hours ago, Manu369 said:

I have a throttle on my gpu usage (about 475mhz max when used but 1126mhz in idle with the vbios Nvidia GTX 980m - 'OC edition' rev0   ).

Hi!

Delete all overclock in Nvidia Inspector, put all settings to default, and create new screenshot with the vbios Nvidia GTX 980m - 'OC edition' rev0 (under 3D load)

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Sans titre.jpg

 

It's weird it's indicated gpu clock max 541Mhz but when I don't use any 3D application, the clock bring me up to 1126Mhz

Edited by Manu369

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