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Graphics Cards => Graphics Cards => Topic started by: Svet on 29-April-11, 12:40:28

Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC-FW Tuner - [ver: 3.19m]
Post by: Svet on 29-April-11, 12:40:28
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VBIOS Flashing and Safety Procedures:

Always make a VBIOS backup, before start messing with your VBIOS!!
You can do this with GPU-Z: http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/SysInfo/GPU-Z/
or with Nvidia Flash Tool[under windows]: http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2258/nvflash-5-142-for-windows/
command line to take a VBIOS backup:
nvflash.exe -b org.rom [ENTER]
command line to flash your modified VBIOS from cmd:
nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 mod.rom [ENTER]
Where:
 org.rom is the name of your original VBIOS
 mod.rom is the name of your modified VBIOS, you can replace it if needs with your name,
 but file extension must end to .rom [etc: another example: mybios.rom or similar]
Before start flashing your VBIOS:
 * Close all applications that are currently running and can be closed!
 * Close especially any Antivirus Scanners and any other resident scanners!
Those steps are need to prevent and avoid VBIOS update interruption.
 
DO NOT TURN OFF OR REBOOT MACHINE DURING THE FLASH PROCESS!!!!!
A bad flash will probably turn your VGA into an unusable state.
When something goes wrong during the VBIOS update like:
Lost electric power, PC crash or reboot
That will stop your machine from booting!
IF this happened you have to perform a VBIOS recovery.


Miscellaneous:

Q.: How do i turn off the robot voice mentor? [as i don't want such]

A.: You can mute the Tuner once is running from your mixer. The changes will be remembered for next Tool's usage.

(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-MaFzO8SdgN4/UH0z_LdctuI/AAAAAAAAAi8/QuG7wLVPlw0/s561/mixer.jpg)



F.A.Q:

Q.: I can't start the Tool, i've received followed error on start attempt. How i can fix it?
(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-J0SnhzL09qk/UH0z9MeGd8I/AAAAAAAAAi0/k29tXhTB9FY/s476/admin.jpg)
 
A.: As mention in the error message itself, you need to log-in in your Windows with account who has administrative rights.
Once done, the error will no longer occur.


Q.: How can i check my VBIOS properties before change them?
Q.: I've maded the desired changes and customised my VBIOS with the Tuner,
but how can i verify that's done properly?
Q.: How i can check that my VBIOS is healthy before modification?
Q.: How i can check that my VBIOS is healthy after modification?

A.: You can click on "VBIOS-Z Report" to check and verify current VBIOS parameters.
It will shows current states based on your current modifications [or if you haven't modified anything yet, will shows VBIOS original parameters],
along with healthy status.[OK/Not OK]

Examples:

Loading original VBIOS file:
(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-LkyYLGktkaY/UH0zyWVx5sI/AAAAAAAAAio/RreswxBFbak/s322/open.jpg)
(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/--skWRJOFiso/UH01hB1YcbI/AAAAAAAAAjM/lWyER48dHpY/s567/opdiag1.jpg)

and executing scan report 1st:
(https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-_R3twgcOJbc/UH00SfkKwwI/AAAAAAAAAjE/S-eAHt0mc8Q/s471/svt107f_2.jpg)

VBIOS-Z Report engaged:
(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-NPx-QfluknE/UH01nCByohI/AAAAAAAAAjU/SIEh0QYm00Y/s624/zau1.gif)

closing the report and proceed with VBIOS modification, for example let's modify GPU core freq.,
by clicking on Core Tune.
Core Tune engaged:
[Let's say we want to set 900MHz core speed.]
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-ZC2mgDcVPWE/UH01tScU_tI/AAAAAAAAAjc/-Jj3HbrS4sY/s688/zai2.gif)
All is done very simple, very quick and very easy. Everything is done automatically.
All you need is to enter desired new core speed, the Tuner will do the rest with all necessary changes.

Closing this thread and executing VBIOS-Z Report again after our modifications:
(https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-MceZBXxtooo/UH01zEHLsmI/AAAAAAAAAjk/jBUXz1LsbfE/s628/zau4.gif)

And we check that our desired new core speed is now applied,
and that all others related parameters changed respective.
We also see that the BIOS is healthy as expected and now we can save and flash our modified VBIOS.
[If you want to modify more stuffs, just go to main screen and adjust others desired parameters, when its done you can save your VBIOS]

Example if something is wrong with VBIOS image, [i've damaged the vbios image with sense then scan it with the tuner]
scan engine will report it and you can read it along will turn to red background:
(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-JBm2KlgzhiY/UH012XCdoYI/AAAAAAAAAjs/6hV-wsAvlqc/s628/zau5fail.gif)

If you receive such red background color[you also can read the VBIOS is corrupted] by any chance,
you shall not flash your VBIOS with this image.

Q.:  I just want to check VBIOS-Z report, without to do any modification over the VBIOS image. Is this possible?

A.: Yes, when you click on "Save & Exit" button you will be asked if you want to save VBIOS changes to your image or not.
If you answer will "No", original scanned VBIOS image with regardless modified or not will be keep intact as is.
[Etc: Even with changes done over it, they will be ignored and they will be not written to the VBIOS image]:
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-QrTnH362eOk/UH02A2aehwI/AAAAAAAAAj8/b_uyfS8pL6Q/s452/save.jpg)
If you want to save your changes, then you should answer with "Yes", then will receive an final message:
(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-PTcbM-_k_r8/UH02EJtUesI/AAAAAAAAAkE/eMpyQfZi7Uw/s451/lastok.jpg)


Q.: I've modified my VBIOS Image, but i noted that after the modification my VBIOS Image size is now changed.
Is this a normal?
Should i concern about anything?
I've re-scanned my modified VBIOS image with changed size with Tuner's "VBIOS-Z Report" and its still shows a green light.
Can i proceed and flash it?
Why this happened and why the size its changed after the modification?

A.: Yes, its a normal and there is nothing to worry about. As long its shows green light its OK to proceed with VBIOS flash.
This VBIOS size change can occur in some cases[not all] when VBIOS image is saved by GPU-Z.
Tuner will auto detect if there is a padding issue while scanning the VBIOS image and will auto correct it,
and will save modified VBIOS image with new geometry based on his original expected size.


Q.: Is it necessary to run VBIOS-Z report either when i load my BIOS or after i made a modification over it?


A.: Nope, its optional, but its recommended to execute the report to check your VBIOS parameters after the modifications[before 'Save & Exit'] and also to ensure that your VBIOS is healthy.


Q.: When i start some of Tuner's threads the main interface is halted. Is this a normal?


A.: Yes, its a normal. Its require to prevent parallel workers to run at the same time.
Etc: when some of the workers is engaged, all others cannot be started until the worker which is currently in progress is finished.


Q.: I've started a thread to make an VBIOS modification, but i clicked the wrong thread.
Can i exit from this thread without made any modifications?

A.: Yes, you can. When user input is requested, answer with "Q" or "q" and press ENTER.
This will abort current operation.
Example:
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-wcvuSfRACBw/UH017R9g0DI/AAAAAAAAAj0/YMgJjaxeDUI/s664/moa.gif)

Q.: How can i check the parameter before i change it without executing VBIOS-Z report?

A.: Just go directly to what you want to modify, the co-respond thread will detect and show you current detected value before asking to enter your newest desired value(s)

Q.: Is there any shortcuts that can be used from the main interface?

A.: Yes, they are as follows:
"R" ==> VBIOS-Z Report
"C" ==> Core Tune
"M" ==> Memory Tune
"F" ==> FAN Tune
"V" ==> Voltage Tune
"A" ==> Max Voltage Limit
"P" ==> Power Control
"X" ==> Save & Exit


Q.: Seems i hit my GPU core OC limit for my mobile video card. Can you do something more?

A.: You can try Alternative asynchronized GPU clock booster instead, when you hit the wall/limit of GPU core OC.
This can help you to fine tune your GPU freq. and to drain the maximum potential from it.
[Pickup Mode 2 when asked, when you execute GPU core adjust for your mobile GPU]

More details about newest feature added:
The newest alternative GPU clock booster is only available for Mobility Series.
It can help you to fine tune your GPU clocks and to reach the maximum OC potencial of your GPU.
The newest mode is known as Mode 2 [Asynchronized], and will appear when you go for GPU core adjust.[only when you adjust Mobility VBIOS]

For example when you reach say 800MHz for GPU core, [with normal Synchronized mode 1]
and say further 810MHz is unstable, at this point you can try to boost it to 810MHz but by using Mode 2 instead.
Then to retest. If become stable you can continue above by using Mode 2.

Which one will be fastern Mode 1 or Mode 2 GPU core adjust?
If we are talking about the same GPU frequency, Mode 1 should perform fastern.
In Mode 2 GPU boost, its possible to reach higher GPU core frequency compared to mode 1.

Best use Combined mode. I.e.:
From Original BIOS:
Start GPU core adjust with Mode 1 [Synchronized],
until you reach unstable state.

Mode 1 booster automatic adjust GPU core along with LTC and XBAR frequency,
by using the same ratio as is original VBIOS and to keep it synchronized GPU core frequency.

By using this mode should bring you best peformance.

Let's say we hit the wall with Mode 1 booster [vbios: mod1.rom]
Then we continue modify from our progress from vbios: mod1.rom,
but using Mode 2 booster instead and to apply the new higher GPU core frequency.
And to retest.

Mode 2 booster is adjusting GPU core frequency only, keep it asynchronized with LTC and XBAR frequency.
So if LTC and XBAR frequency is holding back the main GPU core frequency,
this mode will help you to drain the maximum from GPU core.
Resulting in mod2.rom [comes from mod1.rom]

By combining Mode 1 booster, [until hit the wall] then continie with Mode 2 booster,
we can opimize our GPU at maximum potencial of  GPC, LTC and XBAR frequency.




Q.: When i turn on or reboot my computer, my Kepler based graphic card become annoying noisily like Jet Fighter takeoff.
Is there any way to make it quiet or/and to control it by desired way?

A.:Yes, run FAN adjust thread, then choose Mode3 [Configure boot Fan Duty PWM] and set your FANs to desired levels when they works outside Windows.[not controlled by VGA driver]
This adjustment also will affect cards equipped with Dust Removal Technology.
So keep in mind that setting the FANs Duty to too low value may cause Dust Removal Technology to has not much effect,
due not enough turbulence to perform dust cleanup when FANs perform reversal spin.



Sample usage:
Let's say that we want to apply the followed values for our 570GTX card:

[check VBIOS-Z report before modification]
1st: We want to set Load voltage to 1062mV
2nd: We want to adjust FAN speed as followed: min: from 40 to 24, max: from 80 to 100
3th: We want to extent the max voltage limit Load voltage from 1.1V to 1.175V
4th: We want to adjust and apply memory clock from 1050MHz[real] (4200 effective) to 1070MHz[real] (4280 effective)
5th: We want to set core clock from 786MHz to 809MHz
[check VBIOS-Z report after modification, to ensure that desired paraters are now applied and we can see how it will effect all other parameters along with calculated new performance settings based on our newest VBIOS modification and also verify and ensure that VBIOS integirity is OK before save and flash our custom and modified VBIOS]

Here we go:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_J6f7dOeiBI

Tuner's Features:

*  Full automatic, very quick and easy to use
*  Support 3D[underload] core clock adjusting
*  Support 3D[underload] core voltage adjustment
*  Support 3D[underload] core max voltage adjustment
*  Support FAN adjustment
*  Support 3D[underload] memory clock adjusting
*  Special support for Mobility Series, allow P0,P1,P8 states modifications
*  Can detect, calculate, supply information about:
    - current checksum
    - calculated checksum
    - automatic correct checksum per each thread
    - detect VBIOS images
    - detect VBIOS structure
    - self correct VBIOS image if needs
    - can repair damaged VBIOSes checksums [etc: load vbios image with bad checksum, Tuner can auto fix it]
    - detect and supply info about Image  Build Date
    - detect and supply info about Version ID
    - detect and supply info about Modification Date
    - detect and supply info about image geometry
    - detect and supply info about active P0 State
    - detect and supply info about FAN min/max values
    - detect and supply info about 3D underload voltage [2 modes: vary in range, or enforced one]
    - detect and supply info about max 3D underload voltage
    - detect and supply info about GPU chip and video card itself
    - detect and supply info about Image  File Version[Only on MSI graphic cards{when detected, detection is automatically}]
    - detect and supply info about SS Dynamic Ratio
    - detect and supply info about L2 Cache Clk Crossbar Sync
    - detect and supply info about Core clock
    - detect and supply info about Processor Cluster clock
    - detect and supply info about LTC2 Frequency
    - detect and supply info about XBAR2 Frequency
    - detect and supply info about Real Memory Clock
    - detect and supply info about DDR5 Memory Clock
    - calculate and supply info about VBIOS Memory Bandwidth
    - calculate and supply info about VBIOS Texture Fillrate
    - calculate and supply info about VBIOS Pixel Fillrate
    - calculate and supply info about VBIOS FLOPS
    - calculate and supply info about VBIOS Fermi L2 Cache Bandwidth
    - supply info about Fermi L2 Cache Size
* can proceed MSI's Power Editions
* support special DCII VBIOS images with EPU extension [both with and without padding]
* VBIOS-Z Style:
  {We can check and see the performance of the video card based on VBIOS scan,
 without having the card front of us and also we can modify desired parameters and to see how they will affect the performance without flashing the card or when don't have the card which belong this VBIOS}
* Auto determine, calculate and adjust LTC2 Freq., XBAR2 Freq. and Processor Cluster Freq. based on our newest desired GPU core clock speed.

Current Supported VGAs VBIOSes:

Nvidia Graphics cards from Fermi Series:

590GTX
580GTX
570GTX
560GTX-Ti 448
560GTX-Ti
560GTX
560GTX-SE
550GTX Ti
GTX 480
GTX 460
GTX 675M
GTX 670M
GTX 580M
GTX 570M
GTX 560M
GTX 470M
GTX 460M
GT 555M
GT 635M
[635M used in ASUS K75VJ-TY087H is NOT Supported]
Quadro 4000M

Nvidia Graphics cards from Kepler Series:

GTX TITAN
GTX 780
GTX 780 Ti
GTX 770
GTX 690
GTX 680
GTX 670
GTX 660 Ti
GTX 660
GTX 660 OEM
GTX 650 Ti
GTX 780M
[for details refer to GTX 780M  feature details below]
GTX 770M
[for details refer to GTX 770M feature details below]
GTX 765M
[for details refer to GTX 765M  feature details below]
GTX 760M
[for details refer to GTX 760M feature details below]
GTX 750M
[for details refer to GTX 750M feature details below]

GTX 670MX
[for details refer to GTX 670MX feature details below]
GTX 675MX
[for details refer to GTX 675MX feature details below]

GTX 860M (Maxwell based 860M are not supported)
[for details refer to GTX 860M feature details below]

GTX 870M
[for details refer to GTX 870M feature details below]

GTX 880M
[for details refer to GTX 880M feature details below]


Other Supported Nvidia cards::

GTX TITAN X
[for details refer to GTX TITAN X feature details below]
GTX980Ti
[for details refer to GTX980Ti feature details below]


- GTX TITAN X and GTX980Ti Supported features:
       * Maximum Boost Frequency adjustment [Auto adjust for P0/P2]
       * Boost table Frequency adjustment [automatically re-arrange boost table based on max boost freq. input]
       * Configure Essential Clocks (Default clock, Boost clock)
       * P-State Terminator [ability to Disable/Enable desired P-state{P0,P2,P5,P8}]
       * Vendor ID changer: Allow you to choose between 32 different vendors and change vendor ID to desired one
       * Memory clock adjust for P0, P2,P5, P8
       * FAN control:
           + Configure Fan speed range in (%)
           + Configure boot Fan Duty PWM in (%)
           + Configure FAN OS range in (RPM)
           + Configure Temp Curve for Trigger point 1,2,3
           + Configure FAN Curve % for Trigger point 1,2,3
           + Configure FAN Curve RPM for Trigger point 1,2,3 + % calculation per point based on FAN min/max RPM
       * Voltage control:
           + Maximum Voltage adjustment
           + Min/Max Voltage adjustment per P0,P2,P5 P-States
       * Power control:
           + Adjust Default Board Power
           + Adjust Maximum Board Power
           + Configure 100% Power Target
           + Configure Maximum Power Target
           + Configure extended Power tables modifications [4 tables policy, 8 power offsets]
           + Configure PTS Target Junction Temp
           + Configure PTS Max Acoustic Speed
           + Configure PTS Base Power Limit



Added New add-on Feature related to MSI Notebooks only:

Current Supported MSI EC Firmwares for Notebooks models,
 by addiction new feature MSI EC-FW Editor are:
:
  [Note that MSI EC-FW Editor is not related to vbios modifications!]
The supported Notebook list bellow is only for EC Firmware modification:
    - GT70 0NC
    - GT70 0ND
    - GT70 0NE
    - GT70 Dragon Edition
    - GT70-0NH Workstation
    - GT70 Dragon Edition 2 Extreme
    - GT70 Dragon Edition 2
    - GT70 2OC
    - GT70 2OD
    - GT70-0NG Workstation
    - GT70-2OL Workstation
    - GT70-2OK Workstation
    - GT60 2OD 3K IPS Edition
    - GT60 2OC 3K IPS Edition
    - GT60-2OJ Workstation
    - GT60-2OK Workstation - 3K IPS Edition
    - GT60 2OD
    - GT60 2OC
    - GT60-0NF Workstation
    - GT60-0NG Workstation
    - GT60 0NE
    - GT60 0ND
    - GT60 0NC
    - GE70 2OD
    - GE70 2OE
    - GE70 2OC
    - GE70 0ND
    - GE70 0NC
    - GE60 2OD
    - GE60 2OE
    - GE60 2OC
    - GE60 0ND
    - GE60 0NC
    - GX70 Destroyer
    - GX70 3BE
    - GX60 Destroyer
    - GX60 3BE
    - GX60 Hitman Edition
    - GX60 1AC
    - GS70 STEALTH
    - GE40 2OL
    - GE40 2OC Dragon Eyes
    - GT70 Barabone [1763]
    - GT70 Barabone [1762]
    - GT70 Medion Eraser X7821 [1762]
    - iBuypower Valkyrie CZ-27 [1762]
    - GT60 Barabone [16F3]
    - GE70 2PE Apache Pro
    - GE70 2PC Apache
    - GE60 2PE Apache
    - GE60 2PC Apache
    - GP70 2PE Leopard
    - GP60 2PE Leopard
    - GT70 2PE Dominator Pro
    - GT70 2PC Dominator
    - GT60 2PE Dominator Pro
    - GT60 2PC Dominator
    - GT60 2PE Dominator 3K Edition
    - GT60 2PC Dominator 3K Edition
    - GS70 2PE Stealth Pro
    - GS70 Barabone
    - GS60 2PC Ghost
    - GS60 2PC Ghost 3K Edition
    - GS60 2PE Ghost Pro 3K Edition
    - GS60 2PE Ghost Pro 3K Gold Edition
    - GS70 2PC Stealth
    - GT72 2PC DOMINATOR
    - GT72 2PE DOMINATOR PRO
    - WT70-2OK GT60-2OK WORKSTATION 3K IPS EDITION
    - WT70-2OK
    - WT70-2OL
    - WT60-2OK 3K IPS EDITION
    - WT60-2OJ
    - WS60 2OJ (3K IPS EDITION)
    - WS60 2OJ
    - GS60 2QE GHOST PRO 3K
    - GS60 2QE GHOST PRO
    - GT72 2QD Dominator
    - GT72 2QE Dominator Pro
    - GS70 2QE STEALTH PRO
    - GS70 2QE STEALTH PRO RED EDITION
    - GE60 Barabone [MS-16GC based]
    - GT70 Medion     [MS-1763 based]
    - GS30 2M Shadow
    - GE62 2QE APACHE
    - GE62 2QF APACHE PRO
    - GT80 2QE TITAN SLI
    - GT80 2QD Titan SLI
    - GT72 DOMINATOR DRAGON EDITION
    - GT72 DOMINATOR PRO DRAGON EDITION
    - GT60 2QD DOMINATOR 3K EDITION
    - GT60 2QD DOMINATOR
    - GT70 2QD DOMINATOR
    - GT60 2QE DOMINATOR PRO 4K EDITION
    - GT60 2QD DOMINATOR 4K EDITION
    - GS70 2QE STEALTH PRO SILVER EDITION
    - GS60 2QE GHOST PRO 4K GOLD EDITION
    - GS60 2QE GHOST PRO 4K
    - GS70 2QD STEALTH
    - GS60 2QD GHOST
    - GE60 2PL APACHE
    - GE70 2PL APACHE
    - GE40 2PC DRAGON EYES
    - GE60 2PF APACHE PRO
    - GE60 2PG APACHE
    - S20 SLIDER 2
    - GE72 2QE APACHE
    - S20
    - S30
    - S12T
    - GS70 2QC STEALTH
    - GS70 2QC Barabone
    - GT72_ODM_Barabone
    - GT72_Barabone
    - GE62 2QD APACHE
    - GE72 2QD APACHE
    - PE70 2QE
    - PE70 2QD
    - PE60 2QE
    - PE60 2QD
    - GT60 Medion     [MS-16F3 based]
    - PX60 2QD
    - GS60 2PM
    - GS60 2PL GHOST
    - CR62 2M
    - CX62 2QD
    - GP62 2QE LEOPARD PRO
    - GP62 2QD LEOPARD
    - GP72 2QE LEOPARD PRO
    - GP72 2QD LEOPARD
    - GE62 2QL APACHE
    - GE62 2QC APACHE
    - GE72 2QL APACHE
    - GE72 2QC APACHE
    - GT60 [16F4] Barabone
    Skylake NBs:
    - GT72S 6QE DOMINATOR PRO G
    - GT72S 6QD DOMINATOR G
    - GT72 6QE DOMINATOR PRO G
    - GT72 6QD DOMINATOR G
    - WT72 6QK
    - GS60 6QE GHOST PRO
    - WS60 6QI
    - GS60 6QC GHOST
    - PE60 6QD
    - PE60 6QE
    - GE62 6QL APACHE
    - GP62 6QE LEOPARD
    - GE62 6QD APACHE PRO
    - GS70 6QE STEALTH PRO
    - GS70 6QC STEALTH
    - GE72 6QD APACHE PRO
    - GE62 6QF APACHE PRO
    - GS40 6QE PHANTOM
    - GT72S 6QF DRAGON EDITION 29TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
    - GT72S 6QF DOMINATOR PRO G 29TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
    - GT72S 6QF DOMINATOR PRO G HEROES SPECIAL EDITION
    - GT72S 6QF DOMINATOR PRO HEROES SPECIAL EDITION
    - GT80S 6QF TITAN SLI 29TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
    - GT80S 6QD TITAN SLI
    - GT80S 6QE TITAN SLI
    - GT80S 6QD TITAN SLI HEROES SPECIAL EDITION
    - GT80S 6QE TITAN SLI HEROES SPECIAL EDITION
    - GT80S 6QF TITAN SLI HEROES SPECIAL EDITION
    - GE72 6QF APACHE PRO
    - VORTEX G65 6QF SLI
    - VORTEX G65 6QD SLI
    - CX72 6QD
    - CR72 6M
    - GL72 6QC
    - GL72 6QD
    - CX62 6QD
    - CR62 6M
    - GL62 6QC
    - GL62 6QD  
    - GL62 6QE 16J5EMS5.107
    - GP62 6QE LEOPARD PRO 16J5EMS5.107
    - GP62 6QF LEOPARD PRO
    - GL62 6QF
    - GE62 6QE APACHE PRO
    - GE62 6QC APACHE
    - GL72 6QF
    - GL72 6QC
    - GL72 6QE
    - GP72 6QF LEOPARD PRO
    - GP72 6QE LEOPARD PRO
    - GE72 6QE APACHE PRO
    - GE72 6QL APACHE
    - GE72 6QC APACHE
    - GS72 6QE STEALTH PRO
    - GS72 6QD STEALTH
    - GS72 6QC STEALTH
    - GS60 6QD GHOST
    - GS70 6QD STEALTH
   - GS63VR 6RF Stealth Pro
   - GT73VR 6RE Titan SLI
   - GT73VR 6RE Titan
   - GT73VR 6RF Titan Pro
   - GT73VR 6RE TITAN SLI
   - GT72VR 6RD Dominator Tobii
   - GT72VR 6RE Dominator Pro Tobii
   - GT72VR 6RD Dominator
   - GT72VR 6RE Dominator Pro
   - GT62VR 6RD DOMINATOR
   - GT62VR 6RE DOMINATOR PRO
   - GS73VR 6RF STEALTH PRO
   - GS43VR 6RE PHANTOM PRO
   - GE72VR 6RF APACHE PRO
   - GE62VR 6RF APACHE PRO


new:
   - GT83VR 7RF Titan SLI
   - GT83VR 7RE Titan SLI
   - GT83VR 6RF Titan SLI
   - GT83VR 6RE Titan SLI
   - GE63VR 7RF Raider
   - GE63VR 7RE Raider
   - GT83_TITAN_8RF
   - GT83_TITAN_8RG
   - GT75 TITAN 8RG
   - GT75 TITAN 8RF
   - GT63 TITAN 8RG
   - GT63 TITAN 8RF
   - 16L1ED6 Based Barabones
   - Eurocom Tornado F5
  - GS63 7RD STEALTH
  - GS63 7RE STEALTH PRO
 - GS63VR 7RG STEALTH PRO
 - WS63VR 7RL
 - GS73 7RE STEALTH PRO
 - GS73VR 7RG STEALTH PRO
 - GS63 STEALTH 8RD
 - WS63 8SJ
  - GS63 STEALTH 8RE
 - GS73 STEALTH 8RD
 - GS73 STEALTH 8RE
 - GS73 STEALTH 8RF
 - GS65 STEALTH THIN 8RE
 - GS65 STEALTH THIN 8RF
 - GL62 7REX
 - GV62 7RD
 - GV62 7RE
 - GF62 7RD
 - GF62 7RE
 - GP62M 7REX LEOPARD PRO
 - GP62M 7REX
 - PE62 7RD
 - GE62 7RE
 - GP62 7RDX LEOPARD
 - GL62M 7RDX
 - GP62M 7RDX LEOPARD
 - GL62M 7REX
 - GP62 7REX LEOPARD PRO
 - GL62 7RDX
 - GP62 7RE LEOPARD PRO
 - GE62 7RE APACHE PRO
 - GL62M 7RE
 - GE62 7RD APACHE
 - GP62 7RD LEOPARD
 - GP62M 7RD LEOPARD
 - GL62 7RD
 - GL62M 7RD
 - PE60 7RD
 - PE62 7RE
 - GE62MVR 7RG APACHE PRO
- GP62 7QF
- GL62 7QF
- GT75 TITAN 8SF
- GT75 TITAN 8SG
- GT63 TITAN 8SG
- GT63 TITAN 8SF
- GE75 RAIDER 8SE
- GE75 RAIDER 8SF
- GE75 RAIDER 8SG
- WS65 8SK
- GV62 8RE
- GF62 8RE
- GP73 LEOPARD 8RE
- WE73 8SK
- GE73 RAIDER RGB 8RE
- GE73 RAIDER RGB 8RF
- GP73 LEOPARD 8RF
- GL73 8RE
GE72MVR 7RG


MSI EC-FW Editor Feature details:
  * Allow you to tweak the FAN Curve,
  Temp Curve and Temp Threshold Hysteresis value for both CPU and GPU(discrete) of the Notebook,
 which is controlled by Embedded Controller.
 The MSI EC-FW Editor allow you to modify and customize,
 the firmware image for your Embedded Controller used in your notebook by desired way.
 Allow you to tweak 126 EC-FW values related to the FAN of the notebook.
 The FAN values include different FAN tables,[9 total, with 2 general types: CPU and GPU + Extended tables]
 each table contain 3 main components:
 temp trigger points in degrees(°C), FAN speed in % per each one of the trigger points.
 and temp threshold hysteresis value for each table sets(temp curve & fan curve)
 
Update: Add ability to copy entire rows with values of either temp or fan type:
   [This ability do not apply for Skylake based notebooks.]
     Usage and more info:  Since there are too many values available for modification,
     depend of models [126 or 168] if all need to be edited it can take too much time.
     Therefor now you can also copy entire row of the values from the same time,
     ie: temp to temp or fan to fan. 1st two tables defines CPU & GPU fan profiles,
     which you can use as sample to spread quickly over all other tables.
     you can do this by enter 2 letters one after another,
     where the 1st one will be the source and the second one will be the target row.
     Source rows can be only any from the 1st 4, ie: a,b,c,d  while the target rows can be any row.
     Normally they has repeatable pattern, so you can config 1st 4 by your taste,
     then copy all of them over all others very quickly. And if needs any small change, fine tune,
     you can always edit any of the 126 or 168 values individually.
    

     UPDATE: Add new feature:
      - Allow Temp Threshold Hysteresis modification CPU/GPU, available for all supported MSI Notebooks

 Quick EC-FW image Modification Guide:
 1. Load EC-FW image that you want to customize.
    -Where i can get it?
    -Go to msi web page for your notebook model, then choose download and navigate to firmwares.
Check your current EC version 1st, go to BIOS Setup,[press "Del" key during bios post/logo screen]
then you can see EC VER in System Info.
Download and use the same EC type, ie: if your current is: xxxxxx.405 , use the same xxxxxx.4xx type
or if you current one is .5xx, use .5xx firmware
 2. Modify the FAN table(s) values to desired one with MSI EC-FW Editor, then save it.
 3. Proceed with EC Flashing:
    * Before proceed with EC flash make sure that both battery and AC charger are attached to the notebook.
    The EC image file archive file can come with DOS or Windows Flasher, or both.

    DOS instructions, example: [archive example: 1762EMS2.414.zip ]
    with extracted files from archive to some folder: 1762EMS2.414, CheckSum.txt, ECALL.BAT, ENEF_030.EXE
    after modify the EC firmware[from the example above its: 1762EMS2.414] by MSI EC-FW Editor
    with desired FAN values, after modification of the EC-FW is done:
    delete CheckSum.txt located in the same folder, create bootable USB key,
    once done copy all files to the USB key[which is already bootable], ie copy to the USB key:
    1762EMS2.414,ECALL.BAT, ENEF_030.EXE
    reboot notebook and press 'F11', then choose your USB key from the list and hit ENTER.
    Note: For those Notebook who use Windows8 BIOS,
    you need to set in BIOS Setup boot mode to Legacy and to Disable secure boot before try to boot from the USB key.
    When you see A:\ or C:\, type:
    ECALL.BAT [ENTER]
    wait to finish, then turn off your notebook [press and hold the power button]
    Then do EC Reset: https://forum-en.msi.com/faq/article/how-to-reset-the-ec-embedded-controller
    And you are done.
      

    Windows instructions, example: [archive example: w8_1762EMS2.505.zip ]
    after modify the EC firmware[from the example above its: 1762EMS2.505 ] by MSI EC-FW Editor
    with desired FAN values, after modification of the EC-FW is done:
    delete CheckSum.txt located in the same folder, then run autoflash.exe
    if autoflash.exe doesn't exist, then execute winflash.exe
    When flashing is done, do EC Reset: https://forum-en.msi.com/faq/article/how-to-reset-the-ec-embedded-controller
    And you are done.

   Note1: The guide above is when you use original EC-FW name.
   If you gonna change the original name before flashing [not recommended]
   you have to follow this rules and do an extra steps:
      - do not rename 1st 8 characters from the file name,
      you can rename only the file name extension of the EC-FW,
     ie: .xxx because there is build in protection in the flasher who check the names on flash attempt.
      - DOS Flashing: You also have to edit ECALL.BAT to replace the EC-FW name with your renamed one.
      - Win Flashing: You also have to edit config.ini to replace the EC-FW name with your renamed one.

Note2: When we set desired fan %, note that they are still hard limits and we can't go outside specifications of the FAN(s) itself,
used in the specified notebook. Doing this would cause FAN loop issue, ie: repeating endless /FAN off, high rpm/ in pattern loop.
General info:
[typically for GS/GE series, the min acceptable FANs % [by FAN itself] is around 44-48%,
exclude fan off which is also an option,
setting min % value below this would be FAN's outside specs, and the FAN will start doing a loop issues,
repeating endless /FAN off, high rpm/ in pattern loop.
For GTxx series, the FAN's used there can run with lowest fan %, 20% [or some lower]]
But there are different methods to make the FAN more quite and also different possible custom combinations.


Note: Kepler mobiles are not supported!
Eventually they can be added later in time, but for now they are not supported.
For recent info and updated info check *** below.



***
Partially supported models: [in build process]


GTX 780M  feature details:
Support voltage adjust for  P0, P5, P8
Support master voltage adjust
Support Software Voltage control [On/Off]
Support Software Voltage definition and adjustment
Support memory clock adjust for P0, P5, P8
Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust
Support Boost table Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
Support additional performance tweaks and optimizations
Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
Support Software Power Control [Off/On]
Support default Power Target adjust
Support max Power Target adjust
Support Power Limit % adjust[by modify default & max power targets] and calc
Support P-State Terminator [ability to Disable/Enable desired P-state]

GTX 770M  feature details:
Support voltage adjust for  P0, P5, P8
Support memory clock adjust for P0, P5, P8
Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust
Support Boost table Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
Support Software Power Control [Off/On]
Support default Power Target adjust
Support max Power Target adjust
Support Power Limit % adjust[by modify default & max power targets] and calc
Support Undervolting


GTX 765M  feature details:
Support voltage adjust for  P0, P5, P8
Support memory clock adjust for P0, P5, P8
Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust
Support Boost table Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable


GTX 760M  feature details:
Support voltage adjust for P0, P5, P8
Support master voltage adjust
Support memory clock adjust for P0, P5, P8
Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust
Support Boost table Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable

750M  feature details:
Support voltage adjust for P0, P5, P8
Support memory clock adjust for P0, P5, P8
Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust
Support Boost table Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable


GTX 670MX  feature details:
Support voltage adjust for P0, P5, P8
Support memory clock adjust for P0, P5, P8
Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust
Support Boost table Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
Support Software Voltage control [On/Off]
Support Software Voltage definition and adjustment

GTX 675MX  feature details:
Support voltage adjust for P0, P5, P8
Support memory clock adjust for P0, P5, P8
Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust
Support Boost table Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
Support Software Voltage control [On/Off]
Support Software Voltage definition and adjustment

GTX 860M , GTX 870and GTX 880M feature details:
Support voltage adjust for  P0, P1,P5, P8
Support higher clock's voltage adjust
Support memory clock adjust for P0, P1, P5, P8
Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust [Auto adjust for P0, P1]
Support Boost table Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
Support P-State Terminator [ability to Disable/Enable desired P-state(P0,P1,P5,P8)]
Support for power control modifications

K3000M feature details:
Support voltage adjust for P0,P5, P8
Support memory clock adjust for P0, P5, P8
Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust
Support Boost table Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
Support P-State Terminator [ability to Disable/Enable desired P-state(P0,P5,P8)]



EDIT: Voltage adjust and power control has been also added:
* Add voltage adjust for supported Kepler GPUs [available at voltage tune]
* Add power control for supported Kepler GPUs [available at power control]
    -Board Power (default/max)
    -Power Target (100%/max)
    + calc. and shows power Limit % in real time before apply desired changes.

EDIT2:  Add Memory frequency adjustment for Kepler supported cards for states [P0,P2,P5,P8]

EDIT3: Add Core Management support for Kepler's GPU:
   - Configure P-State Maximum Frequency
   - Configure Maximum Voltage Frequency
   - Configure Essential P-State (Default clock, Boost clock, domain 3[when Turbo Boost is ON])
      [chooses auto determinate based on P-State and Voltage Frequency, domain 4 auto adjust depend of Boost state]
   - Configure 3D Boost and Turbo Boost [N/A For GTX TITAN]


EDIT4: For Full supported Mobile Keplers [780M only for now]
- Add core management support:
             + Config Maximum Boost Frequency
             + Config Maximum Boost table Frequency /* Automatic calculate and re-arrange boost table based on single max clock input */
             + Config Essential Domains (1,2,3) /* Default, Boost & Max clocks */
             + Remove Software GPU core OC Limit /* Sets to optimal level */
             + Apply additional performance tweaks  /* Addiction optimizations which could improve VGA performance]

EDIT5: [GTX780 only]
- Add ability to turn off/on GPU Boost logic //* available  under core management *//

EDIT6: [780M only] , Update voltage control with new add-ons:
- Add ability to turn off/on GPU Boost logic //* available  under core management *//
- Update voltage control for more precision control:
        > Allow undervolting
        > Allow master voltage adjust
        > Allow software voltage control
        > Allow software voltage control definition

EDIT7: [780M and 770M only]:
       > Allow Power control
           [GTX780 only]:
       > Allow Max Voltage adjustment [under voltage thread]

EDIT8: [GTX780 only]
  Add eXpert FAN control in addiction to standard Fan modifications, newest one add-on:
   > FAN Curve Control:
     - Trigger control point 1:
        ==> target C [Temp in Celsius]
        ==> target FAN RPM + % calculation
        ==> RPM Tolerance %
     - Trigger control point 2:
        ==> target C [Temp in Celsius]
        ==> target FAN RPM + % calculation
        ==>  RPM Tolerance %
     - Trigger control point 3:
        ==> target C [Temp in Celsius]
        ==> target FAN RPM + % calculation
        ==>  RPM Tolerance %
   > FAN OS Min [RPM]
   > FAN OS Max [RPM]


EDIT9:[GTX770 and GTX780 only]
  Add eXpert FAN control in addiction to standard Fan modifications, newest one add-on:
   > FAN Curve Control:
     - Trigger control point 1:
        ==> target C [Temp in Celsius]
        ==> target FAN RPM + % calculation
        ==> RPM Tolerance %
     - Trigger control point 2:
        ==> target C [Temp in Celsius]
        ==> target FAN RPM + % calculation
        ==>  RPM Tolerance %
     - Trigger control point 3:
        ==> target C [Temp in Celsius]
        ==> target FAN RPM + % calculation
        ==>  RPM Tolerance %
   > FAN OS Min [RPM]
   > FAN OS Max [RPM]

* Update 760M:
      - Add core management support:
         :Maximum Boost Frequency
         :Maximum Boost table Frequency
         :Essential Domains 1,2,3
         :GPU core OC software Limit removal
         :GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
      - Update voltage control: Add master voltage adjustment
* Update 765M:
     - Add core management support:
         :Maximum Boost Frequency
         :Maximum Boost table Frequency
         :Essential Domains 1,2,3
         :GPU core OC software Limit removal
         :GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
*  Update 770M:
  - Add core management support:
         :Maximum Boost Frequency
         :Maximum Boost table Frequency
         :Essential Domains 1,2,3
         :GPU core OC software Limit removal
         :GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
* Update GTX 770: Add ability to Enable/Disable boost logic


EDIT10: Add undervolt ability for 770M

EDIT11:
  Update GTX 780: - Add support for extended Power tables modifications [6 tables policy, 12 power offsets, type vary: core load, proportional, bang bang, total]
  Update GTX 770:
    - Add support for Max Voltage adjustment
    - Add support for extended Power tables modifications [6 tables policy, 12 power offsets, type vary: core load, proportional, bang bang, total]

EDIT12: Add support for GTX 780 Ti [supported with full set of currently available features that's also available for GTX 780 & GTX 770]

EDIT13:
* Improve FAN control for GTX 780 Ti, GTX 780, GTX 770:
   - now also adjust duplicate min/max FAN % entry for listed models,
 [its done automatically when standard min/max FAN % is adjusted]
* Update GTX 780 Ti: Improve max boost mode operation,
 with auto sync and update for P0,P2,P5 states.
  [GTX 780 Ti has different boost method that any others cards before]
* Update GTX TITAN: Add external Power profiles support
* Add new feature P-State Terminator for GTX 780 Ti, GTX TITAN,GTX 780, GTX 770:  
   - Allows to Disable/Re-Enable desired P-State(s)

EDIT14:
* Update Fan Curve control for GTX 780 Ti, GTX 780, GTX 770:
   - Add support for FAN duty % modification per trigger points

* Add new feature PTS (perf. test specs) modification for GTX 780 Ti, GTX TITAN,GTX 780, GTX 770:  
   - Allow PTS Max Acoustic Speed modification
   - Allow PTS Base Power Limit modification
   - Allow PTS Target Junction Temp modification


EDIT15:
* Add new feature for: GTX 780, GTX 780 Ti, GTX 770, GTX TITAN:
      - FAN Acceleration Model modification for more smooth FAN control, details:
           show fan acc model OS value hex: yes
           detect and show synchronization status with boot acceleration model: yes
           manual/direct modification: no
           automatic modification: yes
           automatic synchronization of fan acc model between OS & Boot mode: yes
      More info: FAN Acceleration Model will be automatically generated,updated and synchronized with boot model,
      when we adjust general min/max FAN % values.
      Other factors that can effect its value while processed for adjustment,
      is the value of the FAN % for middle point of the fan curve.

EDIT16:  Add new feature for: GTX 780, GTX 780 Ti, GTX 770, GTX TITAN:
      - Vendor ID changer: Allow you to choose between 32 different vendors and change vendor ID to desired one.
 [the new feature is available under core management for those units]

EDIT17:  Add new feature for MSI Notebooks from gaming series,
 called "MSI EC-FW Editor"

EDIT18: Update MSI EC-FW Editor [details in versions change log]

EDIT19: Add support for 670MX & 675MX
 * Update EC Tuner:
         - Add support for GT70 Barabone [1763]
         - Add support for GT60 Barabone [16F3]
         - Add support for msi's special T16 & T17 EC's for 1762 & 16F3
 * Update 780M: Add support for P-State Terminator [ability to Disable/Enable desired P-state]

***
Support advanced FAN adjust features for Kepler:
 - Configure Fan speed range in (%)
 - Configure Fan speed range in (RPM)
 - Configure boot Fan Duty PWM in (%)




Supported OS:
XP, Vista, Windows 7 [all kind of sub versions]

also compatible with Windows 8.1/10
Both 32-bit and 64-bit OS versions.
.NET framework 2.0 or above is Required


>>>Change Log information is in post #2 <<< (https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=148273.msg1128519#msg1128519)








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who also will gain donation free further versions{updates} of the Tuner.
[etc. this donation is need only once per person]
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Further released Tuner's versions will be available via tool's self update feature:
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Best Regards,
Svet





NOTE:  All modifications which you do are entirely at your own risk!
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 3.00u]
Post by: Svet on 22-September-11, 22:13:37
Versions Change logs:

Version has been updated [ 0.12c ==> 0.18e ]:
Changes:

- Add voltage[load & max voltage] read/write support for latest and special MSI's 580 Lightning

VBIOSes above version 130



Version has been updated [ 0.18e ==> 0.33f ]:
Changes:

- Updated VBIOS-Z Report Engine
- Fixed issue: Tuner cannot work in Vista/Windows7 if UAC is Enabled, caused an error "A referral was returned from

the server."



Version has been updated [ 0.33f ==> 0.56p ]:
Changes:

- Add support for GTX 570M




Version has been updated [ 0.56p ==> 0.75s ]:
Changes:

- Add support for GTX 570M [secondary different general type]
- Add support for GTX 560M [2 different general types]



Version has been updated [ 0.75s ==> 0.83x ]:
Changes:

- Add voltage adjustment support for 560M
- Add alternative GPU clock booster for Mobility Series



Version has been updated [ 0.83x ==> 0.92a ]:
Changes:

  - Allow P1 state clocks modifications for mobility Series for cases:
        
560M[Type1, Type2], 570M[Type1, Type2] in both Synchronized[GPC,LTC,XBAR] & Asynchronized [GPC only] GPU Clocks

adjust.
560M[Type1, Type2], 570M[Type1, Type2] Memory Clock adjust.
560M[Type1, Type2], 570M[Type1, Type2] Voltage adjust auto apply to both P1/P0 states.

  - Extend voltage limit for 570M[Type1, Type2] to 920mV




Version has been updated [ 0.92a ==> 1.07f ]:
Changes:


- Updated VBIOS-Z Engine
- Updated appearance [cosmetic corrections]
- Allow P8 core clocks modifications for 570M [Type1, Type2]
- Limit LTC and XBAR clocks domains in P8 state when is used Synchronized mode to 598MHz with regard less of GPC

clock.
- P1 and P0 voltages for 570M [Type1, Type2] now can be controlled separately
- Allow P8 voltage modification for 570M [Type1, Type2]
- Allow P8 memory clock adjustment for 570M [Type1, Type2]
- Improved handle method for 570M [Type1, Type2] & 560M [Type1, Type2]
- Allow P1 and P0 separate voltages control for 560M [Type1, Type2]
- Allow P12 and P8 voltages adjustment for 560M [Type1, Type2]
- Implement Self Update Feature [Tuner now can self update when a newest further version is released]




Version has been updated [ 1.07f ==> 1.09h ]:
Changes:


- Add support for new kind of VBIOS image for 570M  [70.24.32.00.04(GT780DX/GTX570M/3GB DDR5)]

Version has been updated [ 1.09h ==> 1.11j ]:
Changes:

- Fixed issue introduced in version 1.09h[from yesterday] cannot modify voltage for [70.24.32.00.04

(GT780DX/GTX570M/3GB DDR5)]




Version has been updated [ 1.11j ==> 1.12k ]:
Changes:

- Support experimental[non standard] vBIOS 570M image[a variable of type1]




Version has been updated [ 1.12k ==> 1.13p ]:
Changes:

- Add support for GTX 460M [2 different general types]




Version has been updated [ 1.13p ==> 1.14s ]:
Changes:

- Add support for GTX 580M



Version has been updated [ 1.14s ==> 1.16x ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Update GTX 580M: Add support for secondary and different general vBIOS type.
- Add support for GT 555M, 2 different general vBIOS types.



Version has been updated [ 1.16x ==> 1.17a ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Update GTX 560M:
   * Allow P8 frequency modifications [voltage is already available]
   * Add support for another and different general vBIOS type of 560M
- Allow P8 and P12 frequency and voltage modifications for 560GTX-Ti
- Add support for GT 635M



Version has been updated [ 1.17a ==> 1.19d ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Reduce low freq. limit from 100MHz to 20Mhz  [Usefull for P12 freq. modifications]
- Add support for 560GTX-Ti 448
[recently released card, such as: [example for msi's representative cards: N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power

Edition, N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition/OC]]



Version has been updated [ 1.19d ==> 1.20f]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Add Support for GTX 470M + auto correct GPU-Z's dump issue if and when needs.
[auto remove unnecessary padding when such exist in vbios image when saved with GPU-Z]
- Update GTX 460M: Add support for 3th different general vBIOS type.



Version has been updated [ 1.20f ==> 1.25g ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Add Support for GTX 670M
- Add Support for GTX 675M



Version has been updated [ 1.25g ==> 1.26k ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Update GTX 560M[Type1,Type2]: Allow P12 clock modifications
- Add Support for GTX 560SE



Version has been updated [ 1.26k ==> 1.27n ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Update GTX 580M[Type1,Type2]:
  * Allow P12 clock and voltage modifications
  * Allow manual LTC and XBAR clocks input[linked together, one input will update them both] for P8 and P12 states



For P0 and P1 states, they works as for all others, i.e, depend of choose:
In Synchronized mode: LTC and XBAR clocks will be automatically calculated and updated based on their ratio,

[keeping the same ratio] and based on user GPC clock input.
In Asynchronized mode: Only GPC will be modified depend of user input. LTC and XBAR clocks will remain as is.





Version has been updated [ 1.27n ==> 1.28s ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Update GTX 580M: Add support for newest release different vBIOS type 3
- Update 560GTX-SE: Add support for vBIOS type 2
- Other tool optimization



Version has been updated [ 1.28s ==> 1.29t ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Update GTX 570M related to all vbios types[1,2,3]:
  * Allow P12 clock and voltage modification
  * Improve P8 and P12 core clock modification, allow manual synchronized[one value will update both of them] LTC

and XBAR clock adjustment [along with GPC clock with separate clock selection] as ratio between GPC to LTC & XBAR

is too high to follow.



Version has been updated [ 1.29t ==> 1.30u ]:

- Update 560GTX-Ti: Add support for newest vbios type.



Version has been updated[user request] [ 1.30u ==> 1.31x]:

- Update 560GTX-Ti 448: Add support for newest vbios type.



Version has been updated  [ 1.31x ==> 2.33a ]:

 - Update self update module
 - Add support for various Kepler VGA's, include support for Hybrid UEFI vBIOSes.
Supported Kepler units:
    * GTX 680 [4 different general types]
    * GTX 670 [2 different general types]
    * GTX 660 Ti
    * GTX 660 [2 different general types]
Note: Only FAN adjust feature[See *** below for details] are supported for Kepler's vBIOS for now.
More features can be added with further versions.

***
- Add advanced Kepler's FAN adjust features:
   1 Configure Fan speed range in (%)
   2 Configure Fan speed range in (RPM)
   3 Configure boot Fan Duty PWM in (%)




Version has been updated  [ 2.33a ==> 2.35d ]:

* Improve tool performance
* Update boot Fan Duty PWM to add support for 660Ti new type GB variable.
* Adjust low FAN limit to 5%
* Add voltage adjust for supported Kepler GPUs [available at voltage tune]
* Add power control for supported Kepler GPUs [available at power control]
    -Board Power (default/max)
    -Power Target (100%/max)
    + calc. and shows power Limit % in real time before apply desired changes.




Version has been updated  [ 2.35d ==> 2.36f ]:

* Add Memory frequency adjustment for Kepler supported cards for states [P0,P2,P5,P8]



Version has been updated  [ 2.36f ==> 2.37g ]:

* Add support for GTX 660 OEM
* Change minimum boot Fan Duty PWM to 10% [when operating outside Windows]




Version has been updated  [ 2.37g ==> 2.40k ]:

* Add support for new vbios type variable of GTX 680
* Add support for Quadro 4000M
* Add Core Management support for Kepler's GPU:
   - Configure P-State Maximum Frequency
   - Configure Maximum Voltage Frequency
   - Configure Essential P-State (Default clock, Boost clock, domain 3[when Turbo Boost is ON])
      [chooses auto determinate based on P-State and Voltage Frequency, domain 4 auto adjust depend of Boost state]
   - Configure 3D Boost and Turbo Boost





Version has been updated  [ 3.02w==>3.03x]:

Changes:

* VBIOS Modication: Fixed issue power control can't work introduced from prevision version 3.02w




Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.33f]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 07-October-11, 20:14:49
Is there any chance we will see this GREAT tool for mobile GPU's, like the GTX 570M? (optimistic MSI GT780DXR owner)

Thanks in advance!

  :)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.33f]
Post by: Svet on 07-October-11, 20:29:30
Is there any chance we will see this GREAT tool for mobile GPU's, like the GTX 570M? (optimistic MSI GT780DXR owner)

Thanks in advance!

  :)


Hi _-$tr|k3r-_,

I will consider adding support for mobiles 5xxx series as well with next version.

Best Regards,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.33f]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 07-October-11, 21:01:31

Hi _-$tr|k3r-_,

I will consider adding support for mobiles 5xxx series as well with next version.

Best Regards,
Svet

Hey Svet,

You are SUPER! It's great you will consider this, and thanks for the speedy reply. If you need beta testers, some are sure to be found at the NoteBookReview forums. I'll keep a watch on your thread here, but please keep us posted HERE (http://forum.notebookreview.com/msi/584869-official-msi-gt780r-gt780dxr-owners-lounge.html)! I have also posted a link to your thread, in the lead post (#1) of the thread I just linked.

With Appreciation & Regards,
-=$tr|k3r=-
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.33f]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 07-October-11, 21:25:31
Thanks again Svet! I thought you would be interested in THIS POST (http://forum.notebookreview.com/7975012-post3517.html)!

Have ya added mobile GPU's yet..... are we there yet, are we there yet?  :lol_anim:

Smiles,
-=$tr|k3r=-
Title: Change log
Post by: Svet on 07-October-11, 21:59:22
Versions Change logs continued:



Version has been updated  [ 3.00u ==> 3.01v ]:

Changes:
  
* VBIOS Modication: Add support for GTX980Ti (
    -Supported features:
       * Maximum Boost Frequency adjustment [Auto adjust for P0/P2]
       * Boost table Frequency adjustment [automatically re-arrange boost table based on max boost freq. input]
       * Configure Essential Clocks (Default clock, Boost clock)
       * P-State Terminator [ability to Disable/Enable desired P-state{P0,P2,P5,P8}]
       * Vendor ID changer: Allow you to choose between 32 different vendors and change vendor ID to desired one
       * Memory clock adjust for P0, P2,P5, P8
       * FAN control:
           + Configure Fan speed range in (%)
           + Configure boot Fan Duty PWM in (%)
           + Configure FAN OS range in (RPM)
           + Configure Temp Curve for Trigger point 1,2,3
           + Configure FAN Curve % for Trigger point 1,2,3
           + Configure FAN Curve RPM for Trigger point 1,2,3 + % calculation per point based on FAN min/max RPM
       * Voltage control:
           + Maximum Voltage adjustment
           + Min/Max Voltage adjustment per P0,P2,P5 P-States
       * Power control:
           + Adjust Default Board Power
           + Adjust Maximum Board Power
           + Configure 100% Power Target
           + Configure Maximum Power Target
           + Configure extended Power tables modifications [4 tables policy, 8 power offsets]
           + Configure PTS Target Junction Temp
           + Configure PTS Max Acoustic Speed
           + Configure PTS Base Power Limit
           )
* Update: VBIOS Modication: GTX TITAN X: Fixed issue can't adjust FAN OS MIN/MAX RPM
* Update: VBIOS Modication: Global: FAN: FAN Curve: RPM Adjustment: Increase range setup and allow zero FAN setup for each of the trigger points.
* Update: VBIOS Modication: Global: FAN: Fan Boot Duty: Increase range setup and allow zero FAN setup
* Global: Improve threads loading speed
* Global: Other minor improvements
* Global: Updater: Updated modules and now shows current installed version and latest version after the update check.




Version has been updated  [ 3.01v==>3.02w]:

Changes:

* VBIOS Modication: Update GTX660: Add support for new vbios types [+2]




Version has been updated  [ 3.02w==>3.03x]:

Changes:

* VBIOS Modication: Fixed issue power control can't work introduced from prevision version 3.02w




Version has been updated  [ 3.03x==>3.04y]:

Changes:

* VBIOS Modication: Update: GTX560Ti: Add support for new vbios type




Version has been updated  [3.04y==>3.05z]:


Changes:

* VBIOS Modication: Update: GTX980Ti: Add support for new vbios group types [+2]

* General: cosmetic change: Decrease voice volume levels.
* Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
  :Improve graph generator to avoid row/column to avoid distortion when there is a digit values with more than 2 symbols,
by adding adiction auto detect method to keep the row/column straight with regardless of digits results values.
  :Updated code base to add support for newest ENE Haru type.  
   :Implement a new security EC generator [required by the new EC types] to produce validated EC firmware images.

  :Add support for new Skylake NBs:
   - GT72S 6QE DOMINATOR PRO G
    - GT72S 6QD DOMINATOR G
    - GT72 6QE DOMINATOR PRO G
    - GT72 6QD DOMINATOR G
    - WT72 6QK
    - GS60 6QE GHOST PRO
    - WS60 6QI
    - GS60 6QC GHOST
    - PE60 6QD
    - PE60 6QE
    - GE62 6QL APACHE
    - GP62 6QE LEOPARD
    - GE62 6QD APACHE PRO
    - GS70 6QE STEALTH PRO
    - GS70 6QC STEALTH
    - GE72 6QD APACHE PRO
    - GE62 6QF APACHE PRO




Version has been updated  [3.05z==>3.07b]:

Changes:

* Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
     -Fixed bug: Unable to validate Skylake's ECs properly under specified rare conditions.
  :Add support for:
   -GS40 6QE PHANTOM
    -GT72S 6QF DRAGON EDITION 29TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
    -GT72S 6QF DOMINATOR PRO G 29TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
    -GT72S 6QF DOMINATOR PRO G HEROES SPECIAL EDITION
    -GT72S 6QF DOMINATOR PRO HEROES SPECIAL EDITION
    -GT80S 6QF TITAN SLI 29TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
    -GT80S 6QD TITAN SLI
    -GT80S 6QE TITAN SLI
    -GT80S 6QD TITAN SLI HEROES SPECIAL EDITION
    -GT80S 6QE TITAN SLI HEROES SPECIAL EDITION
    -GT80S 6QF TITAN SLI HEROES SPECIAL EDITION
    -GE72 6QF APACHE PRO
    -CR62 2M
    -CX62 2QD
    -GP62 2QE LEOPARD PRO
    -GP62 2QD LEOPARD
    -GP72 2QE LEOPARD PRO
    -GP72 2QD LEOPARD






Version has been updated  [3.07b==>3.08c]:

Changes:

* Update 670GTX: Improve compatibility
* Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
     - Build secondary separated Skylake's validation system for latest and newest Skylake's ECs.





Version has been updated  [3.08c==>3.09d]:

Changes:

* Update GTX980 Ti: add support for new vbios types +2
* Desktop gpu's: extend PTS Base Power Limit range to 1kW for supported units.
* Fixed issue GTX580 can't adjust memory issue
* Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
     - Fixed issue GT80 2Qx can't load some EC versions
   - Add support for:
         * GT60 [16F4] Barabone
         * VORTEX G65 6QF SLI
         * VORTEX G65 6QD SLI
         * CX72 6QD
         * CR72 6M
         * GL72 6QC
         * GL72 6QD
         * CX62 6QD
         * CR62 6M
         * GL62 6QC
         * GL62 6QD
         * GL62 6QE
         * GP62 6QE LEOPARD PRO
         * GP62 6QF LEOPARD PRO
         * GL62 6QF
         * GE62 6QE APACHE PRO
         * GE62 6QC APACHE
         * GL72 6QF
         * GL72 6QC
         * GL72 6QE
         * GP72 6QF LEOPARD PRO
         * GP72 6QE LEOPARD PRO
         * GE72 6QE APACHE PRO
         * GE72 6QL APACHE
         * GE72 6QC APACHE
         * GE62 2QL APACHE
         * GE62 2QC APACHE
         * GE72 2QL APACHE
         * GE72 2QC APACHE
         * GS72 6QE STEALTH PRO
         * GS72 6QD STEALTH
         * GS72 6QC STEALTH
         * GS60 6QD GHOST
         * GS70 6QD STEALTH



Version has been updated  [3.09d==>3.10e]:

Changes:

* Fixed bug when do save and exit and if the source firmware is removed unable to generate modified firmware
* Fixed bug power thread can't load for some GPUs
* Fixed other minor bugs
* Some general code optization
* Improve compatiblity with Win10
* Fixed bug when combined Win10 + Symantec Endpoint Protection, cause a crashing issue when operating in threads
* Update GTX660: add support for new vbios type
* Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
     - addiction code optimization
  - increase temp threshold hysteresis value range to 25
   - Add support for:
         * GS63VR 6RF Stealth Pro
         * GT73VR 6RE Titan SLI
         * GT73VR 6RE Titan
         * GT73VR 6RF Titan Pro
         * GT73VR 6RE TITAN SLI
         * GT72VR 6RD Dominator Tobii
         * GT72VR 6RE Dominator Pro Tobii
         * GT72VR 6RD Dominator
         * GT72VR 6RE Dominator Pro
         * GT62VR 6RD DOMINATOR
         * GT62VR 6RE DOMINATOR PRO
         * GS73VR 6RF STEALTH PRO
         * GS43VR 6RE PHANTOM PRO
         * GE72VR 6RF APACHE PRO
         * GE62VR 6RF APACHE PRO


Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.33f]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 08-October-11, 18:43:18
Hi Svet,

Per your request, I sent you a screenshot of the NVAPI test results. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.

-=$tr|k3r=-

 :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.33f]
Post by: Svet on 08-October-11, 18:48:33
Hi Svet,

Per your request, I sent you a screenshot of the NVAPI test results. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.

-=$tr|k3r=-

 :biggthumbsup:

Hi Dean,

Thanks i reiceved it
 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.56p]
Post by: Svet on 18-October-11, 00:54:29
Update:

Add Support for GTX570M ==> 100% complete.

Work in progress....:svet:
[This reply will be updated with progress report related to GTX570M support]





Version has been updated [ 0.33f ==> 0.56p ]:
Changes:

- Add support for GTX 570M


Newest updated Tuner's version auto send out to donors.

Best Wishes
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.56p]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 18-October-11, 08:15:01
Very Cool Svet!  :biggthumbsup:

All mobile GTX 570M users can be grateful. Myself and Ken Lee of GenTech PC have done preliminary testing of version 0.56p on the GT780DXR, and so far, so good..... works great!

Thank you so very much!

Regards,
-=$tr|k3r=-  :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.56p]
Post by: Svet on 18-October-11, 17:39:06
 :biggthumbsup: :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.56p]
Post by: xMAR99 on 18-October-11, 19:38:13
Hey Svet,

This is an excellent tool!
How about adding support to the GTX 560M GPU?

Thanks for your effort!



MAR
http://www.potholestudios.com

Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.56p]
Post by: Svet on 18-October-11, 20:08:36
Will work over it in next days to add support for GTX 560M as well. :)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.56p]
Post by: Arnie87 on 21-October-11, 13:49:15
Where do i find this file? :undecided:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.56p]
Post by: Jack on 21-October-11, 13:50:59
Quote
Svet's VBIOS Tuner is available on donation:
>>> (https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/btn_donate_LG.gif) (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=D74AMHR33QYY8) <<<
Once donation is done, the Tool will be e-mailed to the co-respond person,
who also will gain donation free further versions{updates} of the Tuner.
[etc. this donation is need only once per person]
[if someone wish to donate further, it can be done directly from Tool's main interface where can be set a custom donation amount]

***********************************

Best Regards,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: Svet on 26-October-11, 20:33:30
Version has been updated [ 0.56p ==> 0.75s ]:
Changes:

- Add support for GTX 570M [secondary different general type]
- Add support for GTX 560M [2 different general types]


Newest updated Tuner's version auto send out to donors.

Best Wishes
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: DoDeH1 on 27-October-11, 10:55:50
Hello Svet...

Thanks for your hard work.

Is it possible to integrate the GTX 460M?
I would appriciate it.

Regards!
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: Mknopfler on 27-October-11, 16:28:34
Hello Svet...

Thanks for your hard work.

Is it possible to integrate the GTX 460M?
I would appriciate it.

Regards!

And the GTX460 please.

Regards!
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: Svet on 27-October-11, 19:20:36
Hello Svet...

Thanks for your hard work.

Is it possible to integrate the GTX 460M?
I would appriciate it.

Regards!
And the GTX460 please.

Regards!

Will work over those in next days
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: fameizfortune on 29-October-11, 06:30:10
hey wats up?
im fairly new to the flash nd bios thing .....
now heres the story .i purchased a gt780r with the 560m ....then they came out with 570m
since i hear u cannot swap gpus ...i was wondering if this tuner would make my 560m better ...nd if so ,how much better ?
that is of course it being safe to do ....thank u
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: Svet on 30-October-11, 01:08:43
hey wats up?
im fairly new to the flash nd bios thing .....
now heres the story .i purchased a gt780r with the 560m ....then they came out with 570m
since i hear u cannot swap gpus ...i was wondering if this tuner would make my 560m better ...nd if so ,how much better ?
that is of course it being safe to do ....thank u

Hard to say each GPU OC different

Scheduled for next Tuner version:

* Add voltage adjustment support for 560M  - 100% Complete.
* Add alternative GPU clock booster for Mobility Series   - 100% Complete.
* Add Support 460GTX - 0% Complete.
* Add Support GTX460M - 0% Complete.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: adridu59 on 02-November-11, 10:32:46
Hi Svet, that's an amazing soft you've done..

I'd like to see support for GTX 470 if u can.  :worship:

Thanks and keep it up !  ;-))
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: James5 on 02-November-11, 12:43:42
Svet just donated  ;-)) can't wait to see what I can do on my GTX 570m in my GT780DXR

Really hopeing it's easy to use as I am really just wanting to increase the voltage to 0.90v i will increase the clocks to that of desktop GTX 460 and the rest I will do with afterburner.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: Svet on 02-November-11, 14:02:33
Svet just donated  ;-)) can't wait to see what I can do on my GTX 570m in my GT780DXR

Really hopeing it's easy to use as I am really just wanting to increase the voltage to 0.90v i will increase the clocks to that of desktop GTX 460 and the rest I will do with afterburner.

Tool sent :hat tip:

Hi Svet, that's an amazing soft you've done..

I'd like to see support for GTX 470 if u can.  :worship:

Thanks and keep it up !  ;-))

Will add to the work list :)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: James5 on 02-November-11, 17:32:46
Tool sent :hat tip:


Your a Gent will have a play when i get home from work this eve
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: James5 on 03-November-11, 09:30:33
Svet, had a play with your bios tool last night on my 570m and pretty much set it just over a stock desktop GTX460 as it's new default increased fan speed on idle aswell.  All I can see it's awesome allows everything you need to modify ;D :agrees:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: vipspike on 03-November-11, 14:02:26
Hello

It's for when the new version? For my 560m msi  :biggthumbsup:


Thanx

ToM
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: Svet on 03-November-11, 14:05:53
Svet, had a play with your bios tool last night on my 570m and pretty much set it just over a stock desktop GTX460 as it's new default increased fan speed on idle aswell.  All I can see it's awesome allows everything you need to modify ;D :agrees:

 :biggthumbsup:
Hello

It's for when the new version? For my 560m msi  :biggthumbsup:


Thanx

ToM

Will release it later today.
Will leave support for 460GTX, GTX460M, 470GTX for next version
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: vipspike on 03-November-11, 19:31:47
ok, so I wait  :agrees:


ToM
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Svet on 04-November-11, 02:57:07
ok, so I wait  :agrees:


ToM


Version has been updated [ 0.75s ==> 0.83x ]:
Changes:

- Add voltage adjustment support for 560M
- Add alternative GPU clock booster for Mobility Series


Newest updated Tuner's version auto send out to donors.

Best Wishes

More details about newest feature added:
The newest alternative GPU clock booster is only available for Mobility Series.
It can help you to fine tune your GPU clocks and to reach the maximum OC potencial of your GPU.
The newest mode is known as Mode 2 [Asynchronized], and will appear when you go for GPU core adjust.[only when you adjust Mobility VBIOS]

For example when you reach say 800MHz for GPU core, [with normal Synchronized mode 1]
and say further 810MHz is unstable, at this point you can try to boost it to 810MHz but by using Mode 2 instead.
Then to retest. If become stable you can continue above by using Mode 2.

Which one will be fastern Mode 1 or Mode 2 GPU core adjust?
If we are talking about the same GPU frequency, Mode 1 should perform fastern.
In Mode 2 GPU boost, its possible to reach higher GPU core frequency compared to mode 1.

Best use Combined mode. I.e.:
From Original BIOS:
Start GPU core adjust with Mode 1 [Synchronized],
until you reach unstable state.

Mode 1 booster automatic adjust GPU core along with LTC and XBAR frequency,
by using the same ratio as is original VBIOS and to keep it synchronized GPU core frequency.

By using this mode should bring you best peformance.

Let's say we hit the wall with Mode 1 booster [vbios: mod1.rom]
Then we continue modify from our progress from vbios: mod1.rom,
but using Mode 2 booster instead and to apply the new higher GPU core frequency.
And to retest.

Mode 2 booster is adjusting GPU core frequency only, keep it asynchronized with LTC and XBAR frequency.
So if LTC and XBAR frequency is holding back the main GPU core frequency,
this mode will help you to drain the maximum from GPU core.
Resulting in mod2.rom [comes from mod1.rom]

By combining Mode 1 booster, [until hit the wall] then continie with Mode 2 booster,
we can opimize our GPU at maximum potencial of  GPC, LTC and XBAR frequency.


Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Meaker on 05-November-11, 02:00:26

Version has been updated [ 0.75s ==> 0.83x ]:
Changes:

- Add voltage adjustment support for 560M
- Add alternative GPU clock booster for Mobility Series


Newest updated Tuner's version auto send out to donors.

Best Wishes

More details about newest feature added:
The newest alternative GPU clock booster is only available for Mobility Series.
It can help you to fine tune your GPU clocks and to reach the maximum OC potencial of your GPU.
The newest mode is known as Mode 2 [Asynchronized], and will appear when you go for GPU core adjust.[only when you adjust Mobility VBIOS]

For example when you reach say 800MHz for GPU core, [with normal Synchronized mode 1]
and say further 810MHz is unstable, at this point you can try to boost it to 810MHz but by using Mode 2 instead.
Then to retest. If become stable you can continue above by using Mode 2.

Which one will be fastern Mode 1 or Mode 2 GPU core adjust?
If we are talking about the same GPU frequency, Mode 1 should perform fastern.
In Mode 2 GPU boost, its possible to reach higher GPU core frequency compared to mode 1.

Best use Combined mode. I.e.:
From Original BIOS:
Start GPU core adjust with Mode 1 [Synchronized],
until you reach unstable state.

Mode 1 booster automatic adjust GPU core along with LTC and XBAR frequency,
by using the same ratio as is original VBIOS and to keep it synchronized GPU core frequency.

By using this mode should bring you best peformance.

Let's say we hit the wall with Mode 1 booster [vbios: mod1.rom]
Then we continue modify from our progress from vbios: mod1.rom,
but using Mode 2 booster instead and to apply the new higher GPU core frequency.
And to retest.

Mode 2 booster is adjusting GPU core frequency only, keep it asynchronized with LTC and XBAR frequency.
So if LTC and XBAR frequency is holding back the main GPU core frequency,
this mode will help you to drain the maximum from GPU core.
Resulting in mod2.rom [comes from mod1.rom]

By combining Mode 1 booster, [until hit the wall] then continie with Mode 2 booster,
we can opimize our GPU at maximum potencial of  GPC, LTC and XBAR frequency.




What range of voltage adjustment do you get with the 560m?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.75s]
Post by: Meaker on 05-November-11, 02:33:25
hey wats up?
im fairly new to the flash nd bios thing .....
now heres the story .i purchased a gt780r with the 560m ....then they came out with 570m
since i hear u cannot swap gpus ...i was wondering if this tuner would make my 560m better ...nd if so ,how much better ?
that is of course it being safe to do ....thank u

BTW if you got the right heatsink you can actually put the 570M in the 780r, the graphics chips are on standard MXM type B modules, people have put 580Ms and 6990Ms (the latter requiring some heatsink modding) in there too!
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Svet on 05-November-11, 02:45:51
What range of voltage adjustment do you get with the 560m?

820mV - 1V
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: vipspike on 05-November-11, 03:06:04
820mV - 1V
it is not possible superior + 1v ?  :shocked_anim: , because my 560m msi (volt stock ) = 1 volt !  :rolleyes:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Svet on 05-November-11, 03:07:52
it is not possible superior + 1v ?  :shocked_anim: , because my 560m msi (volt stock ) = 1 volt !  :rolleyes:

Nope, its not possible above 1V. Only undervolting.
570M can overvolt
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Meaker on 06-November-11, 01:34:19
What areas of the core do the XBAR and LTC frequency deal with? How often do they limit the max frequency?

For example my 560M GTX can only reach around 875mhz stable core clocks where as others reach 925-950mhz, do you think this tool can help me?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Svet on 06-November-11, 15:37:38
Depend, if either XBAR and LTC is hodling back the GPC, then yes its possible, else not.
You can test this by using Mode 2 core booster option, instead Mode 1.
Or perhaps your GPU has already reached max. potencial.
Can't say anything for sure, as there is no such.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Meaker on 06-November-11, 19:34:42
So can you explain how it works a little clearer please?

I change the speed up to max in mode 1 (sync), then move it to mode 2 and increase the frequency, this keeps XTC and XBAR at their max speed but just increases the core clock? What happens if you use an overclocking tool on top? Does it move the clocks up in their current ratios or just add Mhz to each, or put them back in sync?

What about those of us with the MSI 16F2 barebones unit (GT683r based)? We have a turbo profile (P0) that we can never activate as our machines dont have the turbo button (also the state that most overclocking tools try to change).

Can we target P1 with this program instead so we can use it or is it no use to us?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Svet on 06-November-11, 19:46:07
So can you explain how it works a little clearer please?

I change the speed up to max in mode 1 (sync), then move it to mode 2 and increase the frequency, this keeps XTC and XBAR at their max speed but just increases the core clock? What happens if you use an overclocking tool on top? Does it move the clocks up in their current ratios or just add Mhz to each, or put them back in sync?

What about those of use with the 16F2 barebones unit? We have a turbo profile (P0) that we can never activate as our machines dont have the turbo button (also the state that most overclocking tools try to change).

Can we target P1 with this program instead so we can use it or is it no use to us?

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I change the speed up to max in mode 1 (sync), then move it to mode 2 and increase the frequency, this keeps XTC and XBAR at their max speed but just increases the core clock?

Yes, that's correct.
Another thing that can be also tested is, for example:
from: org.rom [original vbios] apply say from 700MHz ==> 750MHz with Mode 1 booster  ==> mod1.rom
from: org.rom [original vbios] apply say from 700MHz ==> 750MHz with Mode 2 booster  ==> mod2.rom
then compare their perfomance when XBAR and LTC is also boosted synhronied with GPC, [mod1.rom]
and when only GPC is boosted. [mod2.rom]

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What happens if you use an overclocking tool on top? Does it move the clocks up in their current ratios or just add Mhz to each, or put them back in sync?

I don't know how real time application adjust the clocks. If they also reaise the corespont freq. or just the GPC.


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What about those of use with the 16F2 barebones unit? We have a turbo profile (P0) that we can never activate as our machines dont have the turbo button (also the state that most overclocking tools try to change).
Can we target P1 with this program instead so we can use it or is it no use to us?

With corespond Tool update i assume yes, as this possibility hasn't been discussed yet.
Can you also send me such vBIOS from this unit? [16F2 barebones, who don't have turbo profile]
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Meaker on 06-November-11, 19:48:27
Hey there, the video bios is identical to retail 683R units, basically with turbo permanently off as we dont have the button.

It uses the P1 clocks for 3d applications.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Svet on 06-November-11, 19:49:49
Hey there, the video bios is identical to retail 683R units, basically with turbo permanently off as we dont have the button.

Oki, those units without Turbo are using 560M or 570M or they are both cases available?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Meaker on 06-November-11, 19:51:20
Yes the 560M and 570M are both shipping with the 16F2, though only recently with the 570M (same goes with the 780R and 780DXR barebone units).
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Svet on 06-November-11, 19:55:25
Yes the 560M and 570M are both shipping with the 16F2, though only recently with the 570M (same goes with the 780R and 780DXR barebone units).

Oki, will update the Tool with next version to allow P1 clock modifications as well.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Meaker on 06-November-11, 20:04:49
That will leave me with a dilemma then lol.

Do I stick with the HD5870M @ 900/1175 or do I put the 560M back in?

The 560M is better on the battery but the 5870M has more raw power.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: vipspike on 08-November-11, 14:03:01
That will leave me with a dilemma then lol.

Do I stick with the HD5870M @ 900/1175 or do I put the 560M back in?

The 560M is better on the battery but the 5870M has more raw power.

I had a 5870m (Akoya x7811 = i7 720qm )
Now , I gt683r 560m ( i7 2630qm )

The 560m is better for 1080p or AA !

For exemple

nfs Shift 2
1400*900 (5870m)
no AA = ok !
AA medium = not playable ( 23/24fps !!)

1920*1080 (560m )
No AA = 55fps
AA medium = 40/45fps !


similar result for BF3 , trackmania , cod black ops etc

Because the catalyst driver ati ? Or 1go memory for 5870m ?


Go 560m ;)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Meaker on 08-November-11, 23:53:05
Well my 5870 is a little different.

Stock 5870 = 700/1000
Stock 560M = 775/625
Oced 5870 = 900/1175
Oced 560M = 875/900

As you can see the 5870 gains a LARGE core clock advantage.

As for your issues it sounds like something was not quite right with your Medion laptop.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: pitha1337 on 10-November-11, 15:59:12
Hi,

I have a few questions about this nice tool:

1. Can I Use this tool für a "Medion Erazer x6819" with a Nvidia Gtx 570m? The mentioned notebook ist similar (case and cooling) to the "MSI GT683DX". Only a few "lights" are missing in the Medion Notebook.
2. If it is possible. What are the best stable clocks for a Gtx 570m?
3. Do I have to think about the cooling in my notebook or is the default cooler good enough for higher clocks?

Thanks for your replies.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Svet on 10-November-11, 16:44:47
Hi,

I have a few questions about this nice tool:

1. Can I Use this tool für a "Medion Erazer x6819" with a Nvidia Gtx 570m? The mentioned notebook ist similar (case and cooling) to the "MSI GT683DX". Only a few "lights" are missing in the Medion Notebook.
2. If it is possible. What are the best stable clocks for a Gtx 570m?
3. Do I have to think about the cooling in my notebook or is the default cooler good enough for higher clocks?

Thanks for your replies.

1. Yes probably
2. Each GPU OC different, so the answer is you have to findout.
3. Dunno
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: pitha1337 on 10-November-11, 18:11:34
What's the difference between Svet's VBIOS Tuner and MSI Afterburn? Okay a new VBios is still there after a reboot and maybe some special settings can be edited but for "normal" overclocking you can also use MSI Afterburn?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Svet on 10-November-11, 18:14:49
What's the difference between Svet's VBIOS Tuner and MSI Afterburn? Okay a new VBios is still there after a reboot and maybe some special settings can be edited but for "normal" overclocking you can also use MSI Afterburn?

with MSI's Afterburner you can change clocks on the fly , you can read full details about it here: http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/overview.htm
with VBIOS Tuner you can apply changes to the card vBIOS

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Okay a new VBios is still there after a reboot and maybe some special settings can be edited but for "normal" overclocking you can also use MSI Afterburn?

not sure what you mean
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: pitha1337 on 10-November-11, 18:20:13
To get it right...

MSI Afterburn for testing on the fly and VBIOS Tuner for applying these in a new VBIOS settings?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Svet on 10-November-11, 18:22:27
To get it right...

MSI Afterburn for testing on the fly and VBIOS Tuner for applying these in a new VBIOS settings?

Yep
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: pitha1337 on 15-November-11, 00:14:33
Flashed my gtx 570m with sucess:

- Core Clock 700mhz
- Shader Clock 1400mhz
- Memory Clock 1600mhz

These settings workfine for me. My GPU never breaks 76 degrees celcius.

 :D
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: inertia8 on 15-November-11, 13:06:10
Hi, happily received your Tuner :).

Just wanted to confirm, my MSI NGTX570 TFIII PE/OC has an annoying sound at 40% fan speed, which is driving me a bit crazy... I want to reduce minimum fan speed as the GPU idles at 30deg, so flashing with your VBIOS tuner to reduce minimum to perhaps 20-30%, does this void the warranty?

Will MSI perhaps release a BIOS to optionally reduce fan speed minimum like eVGA has done?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Svet on 15-November-11, 17:51:52
Flashed my gtx 570m with sucess:

- Core Clock 700mhz
- Shader Clock 1400mhz
- Memory Clock 1600mhz

These settings workfine for me. My GPU never breaks 76 degrees celcius.

 :D

 :biggthumbsup:

Just wanted to confirm, my MSI NGTX570 TFIII PE/OC has an annoying sound at 40% fan speed, which is driving me a bit crazy... I want to reduce minimum fan speed as the GPU idles at 30deg, so flashing with your VBIOS tuner to reduce minimum to perhaps 20-30%, does this void the warranty?

nope should be fine


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Will MSI perhaps release a BIOS to optionally reduce fan speed minimum like eVGA has done?

dunno
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: InfiniteRecall on 16-November-11, 16:47:01
Thanks for this awesome tool, Svet. I plan to overvolt my 570M, but I have a few questions.

Anyway, what's the difference between the "3D Vcore" and the "max Vcore"? It seems self explanatory, but wouldn't the upper limit of the 3D Vcore already be the max Vcore value?

For example, if the 3D Vcore value was 0.9V and the max Vcore value was 0.912V, which voltage would actually be the maximum? Or is it perfectly fine to make both of those voltages the same?

Lastly, this tool only changes the P0 state, correct? So let's say I was an idiot and decided to overvolt all the way to 1.0V and a clock of 900MHz. Would the card run at this voltage and clock just when it was in P0 or would it be always? Let's say that those values caused the card to crash. Would I be able to get into windows and reflash the vBIOS as long as it didn't jump into P0? Or would those extreme values just render the card dead?

Sorry for all those questions, I just want to cover all my bases before I overvolt.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.83x]
Post by: Svet on 16-November-11, 19:05:55
Hi InfiniteRecall,


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Anyway, what's the difference between the "3D Vcore" and the "max Vcore"? It seems self explanatory, but wouldn't the upper limit of the 3D Vcore already be the max Vcore value?

max vcore is suppose to extent 3D voltage limit when its possible.
this is n/a for mobile series.

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So let's say I was an idiot and decided to overvolt all the way to 1.0V and a clock of 900MHz. Would the card run at this voltage and clock just when it was in P0 or would it be always? Let's say that those values caused the card to crash. Would I be able to get into windows and reflash the vBIOS as long as it didn't jump into P0? Or would those extreme values just render the card dead?

Voltage is changed for both P0/P1 states.
In a case of problem you can reflash in pure DOS mode instead.


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Or would those extreme values just render the card dead?

If apply such exteme values, yes also possible.
But such exteme values are N/A

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Lastly, this tool only changes the P0 state, correct?

In current version yes, a new version will be out today or tomorrow to allow P1 modification as well.
Title: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 17-November-11, 02:20:10
Version has been updated [ 0.83x ==> 0.92a ]:
Changes:

  - Allow P1 state clocks modifications for mobility Series for cases:
         
  - Extend voltage limit for 570M[Type1, Type2] to 920mV

Newest updated Tuner's version auto send out to donors.

Best Wishes
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Meaker on 17-November-11, 21:05:16
Donation sent, cheers for the work :)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 17-November-11, 21:30:32
 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: pitha1337 on 18-November-11, 10:25:31
Is it better to have higher voltage for gtx570m overall? for example 0.85V -> 0.9V? When I raise my clocks 700/1400/1600 to 720/1440/1750 I got artifacts in Battlefield 3 and in 3DMark11 with 0.85V. My temps are ok I think.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Meaker on 18-November-11, 20:05:22
As long as your temperatures are in check it's fine.

The power consumption tends to go up with the square of the voltage. Eg, a 10% increase in voltage will tend to lead to a 20% increase in power, adding overclocking on top it can run away quickly.

It will however let you hit higher clock (Each chip will give you different amounts, some require less voltage but actually run hotter), so keep your temperatures in check and proceed slowly.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 18-November-11, 20:25:36
Is it better to have higher voltage for gtx570m overall? for example 0.85V -> 0.9V? When I raise my clocks 700/1400/1600 to 720/1440/1750 I got artifacts in Battlefield 3 and in 3DMark11 with 0.85V. My temps are ok I think.

You can try Asynchrone gpu adjust 1st. [from original bios, go to Asynchrone gpu boost [either p0 or p1] to 720MHz and retest]
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: SonDa5 on 19-November-11, 11:11:07
Nice OC tool.  Any chance this will work for GTX470?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: yurikal on 19-November-11, 17:16:42
 :noidea:
Hi guys.
I am an Italian "MSI GT683DXR (NVIDIA 570M)" owner, but I am not a professional overclocker like all of you here!
That's why I need your professional help.
I hope you can understand my english!
As you know on MSI GT683DXR notebooks the gpu 570M works in adaptive way throttling between 3 different Performance modes with different clock frequencies:
-P12 (50/135/100/v0.8)
-P8   (75/325/150/v0.8)
-P1   (525/1500/1050/v0.85)
If I press the "MSI TURBO" button the gpu works with fixed clocks at max performance:
-P0   (575/1500/1150/v0.85)
I really like this gpu  behaviour because when I need max perf (if I play games for ex.), I only need to press the TURBO button, otherwise it will work fine in the adaptive mode.
The problem is when I work with BATTERY POWER instead of AC power: I realized that when on battery the gpu works only with 2 performance modes (P12 and P8).
I tried in many ways to disable this "powewr saving block" , with many utilities, but most of the software cannot disable this block or doesn't work at all with NVIDIA 570M ( like RIVATUNER or NIBITOR).
I also tried asking to MSI Support but they told me there is nothing to do because this notebook was designed in this way to save battery power.
The only application I found that let me change at least the clock frequencies of each performance mode is NVIDIA INSPECTOR. With this app I was able to  change the performance mode P8 just a little bit, not enough to get good framerate when I play games. So I tried unlocking the NVIDIA INSPECTOR max clock frequencies for performance mode P8, i set the clocks to 525/1500/1050 (but I was not able to change the voltage too, so I have to keep it at 0.8), but when I clicked on apply the screen become black and the notebook stop responding. I had to restart windows, and everything come back to default.
So I realized that after I played with INSPECTOR the adaptive behaviour of the gpu was not working anymore and not even the TURBO button was working like before( the gpu was  working always at P1: 525/1500/1050/v0.85)!! Then I reinstalled the forceware driver and also the adaptive behaviour come back, but whenever I start NVIDIA INSPECTOR or I try to use any overclock tool the gpu start to work at fixed clock freq (sometimes P1, sometimes P0) and I have always to reinstall the driver to get back to adaptive  mode.
Now, hoping you didn't get bored , I want to ask you this:
-How it is possible to change the clock frequencies of each performance mode without loosing the gpu adaptive behaviour and the TURBO button feature?
-And how can I disable the power saving feature so that the gpu can work with all available performance modes also when on battery power? Otherwise how is possible to overclock the performance mode P8 to reach higher clock frequencies?

Question for SVET:
-Do you think I can use your VBIOS TUNER to do what i want? And how?
I will be very happy to donate you 15eu to get your nice software, but I want to be sure it will be useful for my problem and if possible I would like to get a little support on how to do it without  throw in the garbage my notebook!!
To be clear what I dream to do is this :
1. Overclock the P8 freq. to higher speed or disable the power saving feature that prevent the gpu to works with all the performance modes available also when on battery power.
2. Overclock the P0 freq. to higher speed only when TURBO button is on, so the gpu  can work in the adaptive way  normally, and when I prees th TURBO button  start to work with fixed overclocked freq.

Sorry if I was too long, but I didn't know how to explain what  I want with my poor english!! I hope everybody can understand me and I hope you can help me!
I wait your help guys, if you didn't understood plaese ask me to explain better.
Thanks a lot!
 :shocked:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Mateo0169 on 19-November-11, 20:28:09
Hi I've made the 15€ donation but I haven't got anything ?!!! How can I get the software ?

EDIT : It's ok, I just got the mail. Thx.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 19-November-11, 21:41:01
Nice OC tool.  Any chance this will work for GTX470?

Yes, support can be added with further updates
How can I get the software ?

Check emails

:noidea:
Hi guys.
I am an Italian "MSI GT683DXR (NVIDIA 570M)" owner, but I am not a professional overclocker like all of you here!
That's why I need your professional help.
I hope you can understand my english!
As you know on MSI GT683DXR notebooks the gpu 570M works in adaptive way throttling between 3 different Performance modes with different clock frequencies:
-P12 (50/135/100/v0.8)
-P8   (75/325/150/v0.8)
-P1   (525/1500/1050/v0.85)
If I press the "MSI TURBO" button the gpu works with fixed clocks at max performance:
-P0   (575/1500/1150/v0.85)
I really like this gpu  behaviour because when I need max perf (if I play games for ex.), I only need to press the TURBO button, otherwise it will work fine in the adaptive mode.
The problem is when I work with BATTERY POWER instead of AC power: I realized that when on battery the gpu works only with 2 performance modes (P12 and P8).
I tried in many ways to disable this "powewr saving block" , with many utilities, but most of the software cannot disable this block or doesn't work at all with NVIDIA 570M ( like RIVATUNER or NIBITOR).
I also tried asking to MSI Support but they told me there is nothing to do because this notebook was designed in this way to save battery power.
The only application I found that let me change at least the clock frequencies of each performance mode is NVIDIA INSPECTOR. With this app I was able to  change the performance mode P8 just a little bit, not enough to get good framerate when I play games. So I tried unlocking the NVIDIA INSPECTOR max clock frequencies for performance mode P8, i set the clocks to 525/1500/1050 (but I was not able to change the voltage too, so I have to keep it at 0.8), but when I clicked on apply the screen become black and the notebook stop responding. I had to restart windows, and everything come back to default.
So I realized that after I played with INSPECTOR the adaptive behaviour of the gpu was not working anymore and not even the TURBO button was working like before( the gpu was  working always at P1: 525/1500/1050/v0.85)!! Then I reinstalled the forceware driver and also the adaptive behaviour come back, but whenever I start NVIDIA INSPECTOR or I try to use any overclock tool the gpu start to work at fixed clock freq (sometimes P1, sometimes P0) and I have always to reinstall the driver to get back to adaptive  mode.
Now, hoping you didn't get bored , I want to ask you this:
-How it is possible to change the clock frequencies of each performance mode without loosing the gpu adaptive behaviour and the TURBO button feature?
-And how can I disable the power saving feature so that the gpu can work with all available performance modes also when on battery power? Otherwise how is possible to overclock the performance mode P8 to reach higher clock frequencies?

Question for SVET:
-Do you think I can use your VBIOS TUNER to do what i want? And how?
I will be very happy to donate you 15eu to get your nice software, but I want to be sure it will be useful for my problem and if possible I would like to get a little support on how to do it without  throw in the garbage my notebook!!
To be clear what I dream to do is this :
1. Overclock the P8 freq. to higher speed or disable the power saving feature that prevent the gpu to works with all the performance modes available also when on battery power.
2. Overclock the P0 freq. to higher speed only when TURBO button is on, so the gpu  can work in the adaptive way  normally, and when I prees th TURBO button  start to work with fixed overclocked freq.

Sorry if I was too long, but I didn't know how to explain what  I want with my poor english!! I hope everybody can understand me and I hope you can help me!
I wait your help guys, if you didn't understood plaese ask me to explain better.
Thanks a lot!
 :shocked:

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2. Overclock the P0 freq. to higher speed only when TURBO button is on, so the gpu  can work in the adaptive way  normally, and when I prees th TURBO button  start to work with fixed overclocked freq.

Do you currently have separate clock freq. when used on turbo and without it?

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1. Overclock the P8 freq. to higher speed or disable the power saving feature that prevent the gpu to works with all the performance modes available also when on battery power.

1st one is possible with future tool update
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Mateo0169 on 19-November-11, 21:47:01
Kaspersky warn me that your software contain a trojan : Packed.Win32.Katusha.b
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 19-November-11, 21:49:24
Kaspersky warn me that your software contain a trojan : Packed.Win32.Katusha.b

Submit it as false possitive alert to Kaspersky
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 19-November-11, 22:33:37
Missed this:

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-P1   (525/1500/1050/v0.85)
If I press the "MSI TURBO" button the gpu works with fixed clocks at max performance:
-P0   (575/1500/1150/v0.85)
Quote
2. Overclock the P0 mode freq. to higher speed only when TURBO button is on, so the gpu can work in the adaptive way normally, and only when I prees the  TURBO button start to work with fixed overclocked freq.

Yes, you can choose which one you want to modify P0 or P1
For your purpose you have to modify P0
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: yurikal on 19-November-11, 22:52:05
Thank you for quick reply Svet!
Yes, I have separate clock freq. for TURBO mode and without it. When TURBO is on the gpu run at fixed clocks 575/1500/1150/v 0.85 ( which are the NVIDIA default spec. for th GTX570m), with TURBO off it works adaptive between three performance modes (P12: 50/135/10/v 0.8 -- P8: 75/325/150/v 0.8 -- P1: 525/1500/1050/v 0.85).
So I have to wait next updates of your software to edit the bios as i want to do?
But what I can do now with your app about what I asked? I mean:
1_ Can you actually change the default gpu clocks of each performance mode?
2_Can you disable the block that prevent the gpu from running with all performance modes when on battery?
Or maybe anybody knows a way,or a software that can do this?
Last question:
Anybody can understand why everytime I play with overclock tools with the gpu freq. ,after the gpu stop to works in adaptive mode? Is there any way to overclock the gpu keeping the adaptive behaviour?
Anyway any of you that can give a good advice or just can help me to understand better my NVIDIA gtx570M will be very appreciated!!
Thanks all of you for the support.
Bye

P.S. For Svet: Will be a great idea in the next version of your tool to allow the change of any performance mode,or also to allow to create new perf modes or to edit or delete the default ones. :bonk:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 19-November-11, 22:57:25
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So I have to wait next updates of your software to edit the bios as i want to do?
But what I can do now with your app about what I asked? I mean:
1_ Can you actually change the default gpu clocks of each performance mode?
2_Can you disable the block that prevent the gpu from running with all performance modes when on battery?

With current version half of what you asked can be done.

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1_ Can you actually change the default gpu clocks of each performance mode?

In current version can be changed P0 and P1, with an further update will be possible P8 as well.

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2_Can you disable the block that prevent the gpu from running with all performance modes when on battery?

Nope, as this is BIOS related[not vbios]
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: yurikal on 19-November-11, 23:04:48
Sorry Svet, you already answered some of my question in your last reply.
If I understood well, your TUNER is able to modify P0 and P1 separately, but the changes in P8 and P12 will be avalaible in the next version, right?
And what about the power saving block?
Do you think I got black screen when I tried to overclock the P8 with INSPECTOR because I was not able to change at higher voltage too?
I have hundreds of questions, but I don't want to push you too much!!
Anyway I will be glad if you can email me when the new version with P8 changes will be avalaible.
Thank you very much.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 19-November-11, 23:09:55
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If I understood well, your TUNER is able to modify P0 and P1 separately, but the changes in P8 and P12 will be avalaible in the next version, right?

Yes, but without P12 as dunno who or why someone will need to change that one.

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And what about the power saving block?

I answer you in prevision reply

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Do you think I got black screen when I tried to overclock the P8 with INSPECTOR because I was not able to change at higher voltage too?

Probably, but that's just my guess

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Anyway I will be glad if you can email me when the new version with P8 changes will be avalaible.

Each new version is auto send to donors
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: yurikal on 19-November-11, 23:23:44
Ok, so power saving block is BIOS related and not VBIOS!!
But you mean notebook BIOS?
Probably I don't really know the difference between BIOS and VBIOS, I thought one is the computer bios and the VBIOS means the graphic card bios ( video-bios)?
But maybe I am completely wrong!
Anyway with your software you are able to change also the voltage of P0 and P1 and in the next version also of the P8 and P12?
Because if you confirm me that changing the voltage from 0.8 to 0.85 will give me the possibility to get a stable overclock with high freq. of the P8 mode I don't really need anymore to disable the power saving gpu block!
And probably with next version of your TUNER I can really set up the card to work as I want, for ex:  _P8=525/1500/1050/v 0.85  _P1=575/1500/1150/v 0.85  _P0=675/1600/1350.
Let me know plaese when will be ready the version I need!
Thank you again.
Ciao
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: yurikal on 19-November-11, 23:32:17
I mean if you can tell me when the new version will be avalaible so I will make the donation, but anyway don't worry, I will check this post to know when it will be ready!
But do you think you can put this features already into the next version or maybe I have to wait some more updates?
Anyway great job Svet!
Bye
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 19-November-11, 23:36:33
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But you mean notebook BIOS?

yes


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Anyway with your software you are able to change also the voltage of P0 and P1 and in the next version also of the P8 and P12?

Current is P0 and P1, with next will be P0,P1 and P8

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Because if you confirm me that changing the voltage from 0.8 to 0.85 will give me the possibility to get a stable overclock with high freq. of the P8 mode I don't really need anymore to disable the power saving gpu block!

You will be able to set those, can't confirm or gurantee that would be stable.
Since the GPU is stable with the same settings when you use P1[or P0], my guess is that should works stable too when you apply them in P8 too


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And probably with next version of your TUNER I can really set up the card to work as I want, for ex:  _P8=525/1500/1050/v 0.85  _P1=575/1500/1150/v 0.85  _P0=675/1600/1350.

Yes, you can customize it like you want

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Let me know plaese when will be ready the version I need!
Thank you again.
Ciao
I mean if you can tell me when the new version will be avalaible so I will make the donation, but anyway don't worry, I will check this post to know when it will be ready!

I will post here updates notifications when the new version is out.

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But do you think you can put this features already into the next version or maybe I have to wait some more updates?

Yes, i will put this P8 modification with next version.

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Anyway great job Svet!

Thanks :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: mikewolf on 20-November-11, 00:01:54
Hi I recently adquired ur tool, and let me tell you that is a masterpiece!. I have a Geforce GTX 560M and the voltage was already at 1.0 v (default vcore value of my gtx 560m) when I check the vbios image with the VBIOS-Z. So I change the core at 900 (sync mode) and the memory at 750, but in BF3 is still kinda unstable, would be a posibility to raise the range of the 3d core voltage a little more, like 1.2V? thx!
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 20-November-11, 00:06:45
Hi I recently adquired ur tool, and let me tell you that is a masterpiece!. I have a Geforce GTX 560M and the voltage was already at 1.0 when I check the vbios image with the VBIOS-Z.. I put the core at 900 (sync mode) and the memory at 750, but in BF3 is still kinda unstable, would be a posibility to raise the range of the 3d core voltage a little more, like 1.2V? thx!

Hi I recently adquired ur tool, and let me tell you that is a masterpiece!.
Thanks

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I have a Geforce GTX 560M and the voltage was already at 1.0 when I check the vbios image with the VBIOS-Z.. I put the core at 900 (sync mode) and the memory at 750, but in BF3 is still kinda unstable, would be a posibility to raise the range of the 3d core voltage a little more, like 1.2V? thx!

Nope, 1V is the max. BIOS itself don't allow more.
You can try async mode instead[use original bios for source]
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Meaker on 20-November-11, 12:44:08
I'd like to point out that overclocking and overvolting the battery modes is a really REALLY bad idea.

There is no way your battery can supply 180W, it will at best melt, at worst EXPLODE.

So really, it's for a very good reason they have locked the battery voltage and kept the clocks low.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: savale on 21-November-11, 18:07:27
Would love to see this working for the 460gtx :) Cool stuff
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: CodeMeRight on 23-November-11, 20:18:03
Andy little Tool. Just had to say I love it. :biggthumbsup:  But I also would love to see Support for 4xxx series Cards also.  :bonk:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 24-November-11, 00:15:07
Yes it will be done, but one by one with a time. Currently i'm a bit overload with other stuffs.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: agentot on 24-November-11, 18:21:07
hi to all!
please master svet don't forget the 555m!

br
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 25-November-11, 05:04:29
hi to all!
please master svet don't forget the 555m!

br

Thanks, i look for this one too.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Mateo0169 on 27-November-11, 01:06:20
Thx for this usefull tool !!

Is it possible to have different Core Voltage for my 570M in P1 and P0 ?

For exemple I would like to have 0.85V on P1 and 0.9V on P0.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 27-November-11, 12:09:45
Thx for this usefull tool !!

Is it possible to have different Core Voltage for my 570M in P1 and P0 ?

For exemple I would like to have 0.85V on P1 and 0.9V on P0.

In current version no, but can be done with next update.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: slybunda on 27-November-11, 14:32:02
how come there are 2 3d voltages?
e.g i see my bios has 3d voltages of 0.9625v and 1.05v, but software like afterburner and gpuz show 3d voltage as being 0.9875v. why is software reading different to whats set in the bios?
thanks.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Mateo0169 on 30-November-11, 12:30:30
In current version no, but can be done with next update.

Please :)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 30-November-11, 12:36:43
working over it, it will done asap
Thanks for your patient
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Mateo0169 on 30-November-11, 21:00:51
working over it, it will done asap
Thanks for your patient

No problem  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: pitha1337 on 01-December-11, 11:25:44
My Medion Erazer x6891 hasn't got a turbo button. So this ist what I have done:

1. Modified the P0 and P1 Clocks and flashed my vbios
2. Downloaded the "VGA OC Tool" from the MSI Hompage
3. Linked the VGA OC TOOL with my "FN+P1" Button <--- I can link any program (.exe) with this P1 button
4. Pressed the P1 Button ---> nothing happend.

Now my questions are...

How do I switch between P0 and P1 ?
Do I need the "VGA OC Tool" from MSI ?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 01-December-11, 11:34:40
think only retail msi models have enabled Turbo function
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Meaker on 04-December-11, 14:05:43
You can use Nvidia inspector, ironically MSI afterburner does not work due to the turbo mode still built into the GFX card, but not the rest of the system. :think:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: envtest on 10-December-11, 00:02:25
Someone have vbios for GeForce 560M with vcore at 1V for all p-state (p0, p1, p8, p12). Thank
I will wait the new version of your tool otherwise.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 10-December-11, 00:39:04
The newest version will be out in few days, if you are in patient or hurry you can email me your vBIOS to apply it for to avoid waiting
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: supeg on 11-December-11, 12:38:05
I will pay for the program but it is not really a donation, donations are not required. Why not call it what it is, a 25 dollar flash utility?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: dalefoxwiz on 11-December-11, 13:54:50
 :( I donated but I got nothing on my emails  :bonk:
Anyway will just wait for svet to email me.... :)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: supeg on 11-December-11, 14:34:03
:( I donated but I got nothing on my emails  :bonk:
Anyway will just wait for svet to email me.... :)

Same :(
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 11-December-11, 14:53:12
:( I donated but I got nothing on my emails  :bonk:
Anyway will just wait for svet to email me.... :)
Same :(

Sorry, there is some buffer time from donation to sending the Tool. As you can't understand i can't be 24 hours awake :bonk: :bonk: and not stop in a forum.
Check emails.

Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: dalefoxwiz on 11-December-11, 16:21:43
Will the next version include a flashing tool?  ;-))
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 11-December-11, 16:33:24
Will the next version include a flashing tool?  ;-))

Use Nvidia one: http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2005/.html
flash with: nvflash -4 -5 -6 myrom.rom [ENTER]
where myrom.rom is your custom vBIOS
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: dalefoxwiz on 13-December-11, 08:10:37
Thanks I actually did use that.... But maybe there's a way you can integrate that to your tuner.... :)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Meaker on 13-December-11, 17:56:55
Does the 3d vcore change for the 570M modify both the P1 and P0 voltages or just the P0 voltage?

Dale you are much better off flashing in DOS if you can. Let Nvidia worry about the flashing tool design.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 13-December-11, 17:59:19
Thanks I actually did use that.... But maybe there's a way you can integrate that to your tuner.... :)

Process can be maded more automated with further versions, but its not really that important.

Does the 3d vcore change for the 570M modify both the P1 and P0 voltages or just the P0 voltage?

Both of them, in newest version there will be seperate voltage control for P0 and P1, and also P8 voltage modfication will be possible
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Meaker on 13-December-11, 18:04:02
That's great, I just still feel uneasy about the potential harm to people's batteries with P8 state voltage/clock mods.

I'd put in a warning that there is exceptional danger in that case.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 16-December-11, 03:53:21
The newest version its done and its under final testing and will be released tomorrow.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: pitha1337 on 16-December-11, 18:32:49
Hi, i just wanted to modify my voltage to 0.9v (570m) but the tool says in max v core "vbios is not supported" 3d v core works. is this a problem?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 0.92a]
Post by: Svet on 16-December-11, 18:38:17
Hi, i just wanted to modify my voltage to 0.9v (570m) but the tool says in max v core "vbios is not supported" 3d v core works. is this a problem?


It's normal because extend max vcore is N/A for mobility series,
if you want to modify your load voltage you should use 3d vcore option
Title: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 17-December-11, 05:55:50
Version has been updated [ 0.92a ==> 1.07f ]:
Changes:

 
- Updated VBIOS-Z Engine
- Updated appearance [cosmetic corrections]
- Allow P8 core clocks modifications for 570M [Type1, Type2]
- Limit LTC and XBAR clocks domains in P8 state when is used Synchronized mode to 598MHz with regard less of GPC clock.
- P1 and P0 voltages for 570M [Type1, Type2] now can be controlled separately
- Allow P8 voltage modification for 570M [Type1, Type2]
- Allow P8 memory clock adjustment for 570M [Type1, Type2]
- Improved handle method for 570M [Type1, Type2] & 560M [Type1, Type2]
- Allow P1 and P0 separate voltages control for 560M [Type1, Type2]
- Allow P12 and P8 voltages adjustment for 560M [Type1, Type2]
- Implement Self Update Feature [Tuner now can self update when a newest further version is released]


Newest updated Tuner's version auto send out to donors.

Best Wishes and Happy Christmas!

P.S: Will continue to work over more planned updates.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Flapo on 17-December-11, 18:04:04
Im very happy how many things can be separately programed in this update. with the oportunity to change voltages separately for P0 and P1 in the 570m, i can now feel safe that 0.9v will only be available while gaming. this makes me feel my computer will last longer and this is a good thing.

So i finally purchased the product. Svet ill be gladly waiting to receive :)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 17-December-11, 18:06:19
Im very happy how many things can be separately programed in this update. with the oportunity to change voltages separately for P0 and P1 in the 570m, i can now feel safe that 0.9v will only be available while gaming. this makes me feel my computer will last longer and this is a good thing.

So i finally purchased the product. Svet ill be gladly waiting to receive :)

Done :hat tip:
For further updates[when they are released] of VBIOS Tuner's versions use Tuner's Self Update Feature.
["VBIOS Tuner Check for Updates" shortcut in "Svet's VBIOS Tuner" start menu]
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Flapo on 17-December-11, 19:06:08
the program works like a charm but ive found that nvflash LET me flash my first 0.9 volt mod, but then DOESNT LET me flash new mods... is there a way around this???
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 17-December-11, 19:08:30
the program works like a charm but ive found that nvflash LET me flash my first 0.9 volt mod, but then DOESNT LET me flash new mods... is there a way around this???

what message you get?
can you upload your new mods say to http://www.mediafire.com/ and give a link to check them?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Flapo on 17-December-11, 19:13:03
i actualy dont get any message. for example:

Mod 1: ONLY 0.9 volt. Nvflashed.. checked with nvinspector: it is now indeed 0.9 volt

Mod 2: Now 820 core clock. nvflashed. checked with inspector: NO change in core clock but 0.9 volt is still present

Mod 3: RETURN org.rom stock clocks and voltage. nvflashed. checked with inspector: 0.9 volt still remains...

my conclusion is that nvflash is NOT flashing new mods past the first one
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Flapo on 17-December-11, 19:14:35
also: turbo button is now ignored. i can overclock pas 525 without turbo needing to be on
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 17-December-11, 19:16:23
i actualy dont get any message. for example:

Mod 1: ONLY 0.9 volt. Nvflashed.. checked with nvinspector: it is now indeed 0.9 volt

Mod 2: Now 820 core clock. nvflashed. checked with inspector: NO change in core clock but 0.9 volt is still present

Mod 3: RETURN org.rom stock clocks and voltage. nvflashed. checked with inspector: 0.9 volt still remains...

my conclusion is that nvflash is NOT flashing new mods past the first one

how you flashed them?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Flapo on 17-December-11, 19:17:55
using the nvflash tool from ur fist page
command: -4 -5 -6 mod.rom
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 17-December-11, 19:18:20
using the nvflash tool from ur fist page

yes but what syntax you used?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Flapo on 17-December-11, 19:19:03
command: -4 -5 -6 mod.rom
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 17-December-11, 19:24:05
Upload your mods to http://www.mediafire.com/ and give a link to them to check them

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Mod 3: RETURN org.rom stock clocks and voltage. nvflashed. checked with inspector: 0.9 volt still remains...

so you flashed back to the original one and inspector still show 0.9V?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Flapo on 17-December-11, 19:29:20
yes, plus turbo button is now ignored, meaning that p0 and p1 now are the same. p1 before was limited to 525hz now its not
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 17-December-11, 19:36:47
using the nvflash tool from ur fist page
command: -4 -5 -6 mod.rom

You do include nvflash.exe in the command line too?
I.e.:
nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 mod.rom [ENTER]

yes, plus turbo button is now ignored, meaning that p0 and p1 now are the same. p1 before was limited to 525hz now its not

Upload your mods to http://www.mediafire.com/ and give a link to them to check them


Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Flapo on 17-December-11, 19:37:40
You do include nvflash.exe in the command line too?
I.e.:
nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 mod.rom [ENTER]




Yes it is included. will upload mods as soon as posible
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Flapo on 17-December-11, 19:47:14
http://www.mediafire.com/?1741k679kl2hj3z

here is link.

NOW: i resolved the 525 limiter by reintallinf the nvidia oc utility.

ALSO: the bios called MOD1 included in the zip was the last i flashed and this one restored voltage to 0.85v although the p0 is set to 0.9v

what happens is as follows:

i first set p0 to 0.9v, but the to recheck p1 i set it again to 0.85v EVEN THOUGH the default is already at that voltage.
the end result is 0.85v being the voltage for both p0 and p1.

check the roms
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 17-December-11, 20:02:52
http://www.mediafire.com/?1741k679kl2hj3z

here is link.

NOW: i resolved the 525 limiter by reintallinf the nvidia oc utility.

ALSO: the bios called MOD1 included in the zip was the last i flashed and this one restored voltage to 0.85v although the p0 is set to 0.9v

what happens is as follows:

i first set p0 to 0.9v, but the to recheck p1 i set it again to 0.85v EVEN THOUGH the default is already at that voltage.
the end result is 0.85v being the voltage for both p0 and p1.

check the roms

Checked them and everything looks fine.
can't figure your issue that you're having

for example from mod1.rom what you want to do next ?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 17-December-11, 20:24:01
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what happens is as follows:

i first set p0 to 0.9v, but the to recheck p1 i set it again to 0.85v EVEN THOUGH the default is already at that voltage.
the end result is 0.85v being the voltage for both p0 and p1.


I've repeated your steps as follows:
* set voltage for P0 to 0.9V [from 0.85V] - OK
* set voltage for P1 to 0.85V [from 0.85V], i.e. the same. - OK

The end result is only P0 is 0.9V and not both. P1 remain the same 0.85V
I.e. the Tool is follows my wishes like its planned.

Looks like when you started voltage theread again to check the P1 state,
you've actually pickup the same P0 again by error and because of this you changed P0 again back to P1
Be noted again that:
P0 => Choice is 1
P1 => Choice is 2

Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Flapo on 17-December-11, 20:24:48
ok, i found what the problem was. NVIDIA INSPECTOR

this program is TOO intrusive and changes everything as it likes. i would highly recomend staying away from this program when overvolting. with stock volts it did fine, but when overvolting to 0.9v it was a mess changing everything, not allowing overclocks as desired and so on.

SVET: everything works fine now and im using GPU-z to monitor the sensors plus msi afterburner for aditional overclocking fine tuning.

thank u very much for such a great product
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 17-December-11, 21:46:32
Aha.. glad that you figured that mistery :)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: F5Squirrelz on 18-December-11, 03:00:47
I need help. :( I got your tuner, I made a bios with gpu-z, used svet's vbios tuner to change the volt, saved file etc etc.

Now here's the problem... How do I flash it now? xD

I downloaded nvflash, but I'm not quite understanding the procedure to flashing. I don't want to mess anything up so if anyone can help me it would be greatly appreciated. ^^

Thanks in advance!
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 18-December-11, 03:06:20
how is named your vbios that you want to flash?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: F5Squirrelz on 18-December-11, 03:18:11
You mean the copy I made with gpu-z? It came out as "GF114.bin" file.

If it helps, I'm trying to flash a msi GT780dx laptop. It has a nvidia gtx 570m graphics card.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 18-December-11, 03:19:41
You mean the copy I made with gpu-z? It came out as "GF114.bin" file.

If it helps, I'm trying to flash a msi GT780dx laptop. It has a nvidia gtx 570m graphics card.

nope, i mean the one which you want to flash or you didn't change his name?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: F5Squirrelz on 18-December-11, 03:23:20
I didn't change it. It's still Gf114.bin.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 18-December-11, 03:30:47
I didn't change it. It's still Gf114.bin.

Rename the vBIOS[that one that you already made changes with the Tuner over it] which you want to flash to gg.rom
Then download attached flasher and extract all files in some folder.
Then copy gg.rom into the same folder to be together with all others extracted files.
Then to start flash click on flash.cmd and wait process to finish.

Before start flashing your VBIOS:
Quote from: Svet

 * Close all applications that are currently running and can be closed!
 * Close especially any Antivirus Scanners and any other resident scanners!
Those steps are need to prevent and avoid VBIOS update interruption.

Once done, reboot your machine and you're done
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: dmaksakov on 18-December-11, 10:59:32
Hello,

Sorry for dummy question but I really should know it:
I have MSI MS-1761-ID1 barebones - is there a turbo button key on it or how can I enable the turbo mode.
I see two options in the svet's vbios tuner:
P0 state (used on turbo mode)
P1 state (when turbo mode is n/a or not used)
As I understand I can switch between these two mods without flashing vbios every time - how do I do that?

Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: dmaksakov on 18-December-11, 11:21:54
Fn+F5 - just changes the power plan - it's not what I'm looking for?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 18-December-11, 18:37:31
Hello,

Sorry for dummy question but I really should know it:
I have MSI MS-1761-ID1 barebones - is there a turbo button key on it or how can I enable the turbo mode.
I see two options in the svet's vbios tuner:
P0 state (used on turbo mode)
P1 state (when turbo mode is n/a or not used)
As I understand I can switch between these two mods without flashing vbios every time - how do I do that?


Fn+F5 - just changes the power plan - it's not what I'm looking for?

Hi dmaksakov,



Quote
Sorry for dummy question but I really should know it:
I have MSI MS-1761-ID1 barebones - is there a turbo button key on it or how can I enable the turbo mode.
I see two options in the svet's vbios tuner:
P0 state (used on turbo mode)
P1 state (when turbo mode is n/a or not used)
As I understand I can switch between these two mods without flashing vbios every time - how do I do that?

Turbo mode is only available in retail MSI units, its N/A in barabones.
You should pickup P1 [since Turbo is N/A because its barebone],
but if you pickup P0 anyway it will not matter.
Tool will detect that's barebone and will auto correct the choose.

I.e. for your case [barebone], either P0 or P1 will not made the difference,
and the Tool will modify the high performnce level that's available
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Meaker on 22-December-11, 20:23:47
I've had no trouble with Nvidia inspector and starting it will place your GPU in turbo mode on a barebone notebook.

It also lets the card go into lower idle clocks.

So starting it when you start your comp (by placing a shortcut into the startup folder) will let you use turbo mode.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: sampleking on 24-December-11, 02:45:03
so is this applicable only to Nvidia graphic users? sorry newbie here but just want to improve my cpu performance.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 24-December-11, 02:49:35
Yes its only for Nvidia video cards and can't help for CPUs
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: weiheng on 24-December-11, 05:25:38
I am using 1.07f version, cannot modify the VBIOS 70.24. 32.00. 04(GT780DX/GTX570M/3GB DDR5)
Asking you to confirm, because I want to use the P1 features.. Thank you ;-))
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 24-December-11, 07:04:11
I am using 1.07f version, cannot modify the VBIOS 70.24. 32.00. 04(GT780DX/GTX570M/3GB DDR5)
Asking you to confirm, because I want to use the P1 features.. Thank you ;-))

Can you send me this vBIOS to take a look? Check PM for details.
Sounds like you have some new kind vBIOS that Tool can't recognise it yet.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: weiheng on 24-December-11, 14:31:31
I have VBIOS sent to your mailbox, look forward to your good news :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 24-December-11, 19:33:40
I have VBIOS sent to your mailbox, look forward to your good news :lol_anim:

Thanks i received it.
Checked it, and yes its new kind of 570M vBIOS image, a Tool update is required to support it.
Will start work over it  now and will be done a.s.a.p
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: msaw98 on 25-December-11, 18:10:56
Well, a quick Question.

I donated the 15 Euros, but havent received anything yet.
Any help would be nice. How long do I have to wait?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.07f]
Post by: Svet on 25-December-11, 18:17:03
Well, a quick Question.

I donated the 15 Euros, but havent received anything yet.
Any help would be nice. How long do I have to wait?

Sorry it has been send to your e-mail at 23.12.2011 г. 18:43
If you haven't receveid for some reason[Looks like your email is blocked my email message or you missed it somehow], perhaps you can check your "spam" folder?
Check your PM[private message] for alternative distribution.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.09h]
Post by: Svet on 25-December-11, 22:10:54
I am using 1.07f version, cannot modify the VBIOS 70.24. 32.00. 04(GT780DX/GTX570M/3GB DDR5)
Asking you to confirm, because I want to use the P1 features.. Thank you ;-))
I have VBIOS sent to your mailbox, look forward to your good news :lol_anim:

Thanks i received it.
Checked it, and yes its new kind of 570M vBIOS image, a Tool update is required to support it.
Will start work over it  now and will be done a.s.a.p

Done, update your Tool to the latest version 1.09h

Version has been updated [ 1.07f ==> 1.09h ]:
Changes:

- Add support for new kind of VBIOS image for 570M  [70.24.32.00.04(GT780DX/GTX570M/3GB DDR5)]


Update is available to donors via Tuner's self update feature.

Merry Christmas and Best Wishes,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.09h]
Post by: eriqx on 26-December-11, 20:25:16
Hi, is it possible to add one step or two between 0.85V and 0.9V in Voltage Tune for 570M? Something like 0.875V would be great.
Thanks.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.09h]
Post by: Svet on 26-December-11, 20:54:14
Hi, is it possible to add one step or two between 0.85V and 0.9V in Voltage Tune for 570M? Something like 0.875V would be great.
Thanks.

Hi, nope BIOS itself doesn't allow such.
But if you are willing to try experimental things you can email me your vBIOS and perhaps we can perform such experiment, to try avoid this restriction. [Check PM for details]
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.11j]
Post by: Svet on 26-December-11, 22:56:45
Version has been updated [ 1.09h ==> 1.11j ]:
Changes:

- Fixed issue introduced in version 1.09h[from yesterday] cannot modify voltage for [70.24.32.00.04(GT780DX/GTX570M/3GB DDR5)]


Update is available to donors via Tuner's self update feature.

Merry Christmas and Best Wishes,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Svet on 27-December-11, 02:47:45
Version has been updated [ 1.11j ==> 1.12k ]:
Changes:

- Support experimental[non standard] vBIOS 570M image[a variable of type1]


Update is available to donors via Tuner's self update feature.

Merry Christmas and Best Wishes,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: poxxxy on 27-December-11, 14:59:17
Sorry, I realised its donation only!
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Meaker on 29-December-11, 23:31:47
Hey Svet, seems like I stopped getting them since 1.07f  :undecided:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Svet on 29-December-11, 23:34:00
Hey Svet, seems like I stopped getting them since 1.07f  :undecided:

Yes, that was the idea, which now is much more comfortable for all. Looks like you missed this:
Use Tool's self update feature to get and update to the most recent version.
["VBIOS Tuner Check for Updates" shortcut in "Svet's VBIOS Tuner" from start menu]
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: DoDeH1 on 30-December-11, 15:57:57
Dear Svet,

when do you expect to release a version which will support the GTX460M?

Thanks in advance,

Regards!
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Svet on 31-December-11, 00:26:44
Dear DoDeH1,

It will be done with the next version

Best Regards,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: phil007 on 31-December-11, 12:58:06
Hi Svet

I have a Gigabyte GTX 560
refernece GV-N56GOC-1G1

is your bios editor able to reduce the lower fanspeed limit at 50%
on this card

many thanks if you can help

Phil
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Svet on 31-December-11, 13:07:54
Hi Phil,

Yep, Tool should be able to do this.

Best Regards,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Flapo on 01-January-12, 03:19:00
hey svet, can u send me the new version of the tool. i havent received it  :cry:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Svet on 01-January-12, 03:21:02
hey svet, can u send me the new version of the tool. i havent received it  :cry:

Hi Flapo,

Use Tool's self update feature to get and update to the most recent version.
["VBIOS Tuner Check for Updates" shortcut in "Svet's VBIOS Tuner" from start menu]

Best Regards,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Flapo on 01-January-12, 03:22:14
ohhh man... i actually uninstalled the program thinking i needed a reinstall. i cant find the original email. can u please resend it?? sorry for the inconovinience
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Svet on 01-January-12, 03:25:39
ohhh man... i actually uninstalled the program thinking i needed a reinstall. i cant find the original email. can u please resend it?? sorry for the inconovinience

Done :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Flapo on 01-January-12, 03:32:27
thank u so much. happy new year
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Svet on 01-January-12, 03:33:42
no problem, happy new year as well :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Meaker on 03-January-12, 21:48:52
Could you re-send it to me.

I upgraded my SSDs and the link in my original email is now saying 404.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.12k]
Post by: Svet on 04-January-12, 07:22:47
Could you re-send it to me.

I upgraded my SSDs and the link in my original email is now saying 404.

Done :hat tip:
Title: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.13p]
Post by: Svet on 04-January-12, 18:56:53
Version has been updated [ 1.12k ==> 1.13p ]:
Changes:

- Add support for GTX 460M [2 different general types]


Update is available to donors via Tuner's self update feature.

Best Wishes,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.13p]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 05-January-12, 21:36:13
Hi Svet!

First of all, I would like to thank you for the outstanding support you have given to the MSI GT780 series. As I am sure you know, we now have the GT783 with the GTX-580M. Any chance you could show us a little more love, and add support for this graphics card to your cool tool?  ;D It would certainly be appreciated by all.

If you need any development data or info, I am certain Ken at GenTechPC.com (faithful supporter) would be happy to see to your needs.

Best Regards & again THANKS for everything,
-=$tr|k3r=- (another faithful supporter)
 :)

EDIT: to protect email address from spam
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.13p]
Post by: Svet on 05-January-12, 21:41:53
Hi Ken,

Oki, will work over it in next days :)

Best Regards,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.13p]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 05-January-12, 22:03:14
Hi Ken,

Oki, will work over it in next days :)

Best Regards,
Svet :hat tip:

GREAT! SUPER!

(Not Ken, but I really appreciate it anyhow.) :lol_anim:

Smiles,
-=$tr|k3r=-
 ;D
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.13p]
Post by: Svet on 05-January-12, 22:05:55
Aha

Quote
(Not Ken, but I really appreciate it anyhow.)  :lol_anim:

Figured now :bonk: :bonk: But its too late i already send email to Ken, i throught that's you :bonk: :)
Anyway you also send you email with queries :)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.13p]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 05-January-12, 22:16:51
Aha

Figured now :bonk: :bonk: But its too late i already send email to Ken, i throught that's you :bonk: :)
Anyway you also send you email with queries :)

No Problem! We'll all get it figured out, and the GTX-580M will be better for it, RIGHT? LOL!  :lol_anim:

-=$tr|k3r=-

 :)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.13p]
Post by: Svet on 05-January-12, 22:18:40
yep :)
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.13p]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 05-January-12, 22:50:04
yep :)

LOL! If Ken hasn't gotten with you yet, here's what ya need!

http://forum.notebookreview.com/8214232-post5173.html

(we work quickly!)

 :lol_anim: :lol_anim: :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.13p]
Post by: Svet on 05-January-12, 22:52:03
Cool :biggthumbsup:
Got it now :)
Title: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: Svet on 10-January-12, 14:40:40
Version has been updated [ 1.13p ==> 1.14s ]:
Changes:

- Add support for GTX 580M

Update is available to donors via Tuner's self update feature.

Best Wishes,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: jmphillips332 on 12-January-12, 05:54:26
By no fault of your great program and only ignorance on my behalf I have broken my gtx570 3gb, in GT 780dxr-446.  I erroneously flashed an incorrect file to the card and now the laptop boots up, but I have no video.  I am wondering if you might have any suggestions to fix this before I try and get a new video card to put in.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: Svet on 12-January-12, 12:04:20
By no fault of your great program and only ignorance on my behalf I have broken my gtx570 3gb, in GT 780dxr-446.  I erroneously flashed an incorrect file to the card and now the laptop boots up, but I have no video.  I am wondering if you might have any suggestions to fix this before I try and get a new video card to put in.

You need another functional video card to boot from,[onboard or dedicated one] while the card with bad flash is also isntalled into the same machine.
Then to reflash the card who has the wrong flash.
Or other way is to reflash his vbios chip on this dedicated card[gtx570 3g] with programmer
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: jmphillips332 on 12-January-12, 15:02:57
I have a friend with a dual card laptop that I could install this one in, but I don't have a good flash to use.  That was the screw up that I made was overriding my .bin with the wrong one from the web.  Is there somewhere that I can get one for this card.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: Svet on 12-January-12, 15:23:49
I have a friend with a dual card laptop that I could install this one in, but I don't have a good flash to use.  That was the screw up that I made was overriding my .bin with the wrong one from the web.  Is there somewhere that I can get one for this card.

you mean you don't don't make original backup of your vbios?


Quote
gtx570 3gb, in GT 780dxr-446.

you need org. vbios for this one or?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: jmphillips332 on 12-January-12, 15:44:33
Yes, I need org.vbios for it.  I saved over mine.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: Svet on 12-January-12, 15:49:02
Yes, I need org.vbios for it.  I saved over mine.

Here it is, check PM for pass
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: jmphillips332 on 13-January-12, 04:10:10
Thank you
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: tegra_devil on 13-January-12, 05:05:05
Hi svet, sent you a donation today. wondering how long until i recieve your email.........removed :)

EDIT: E-mail removed to protect from spam
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: Svet on 13-January-12, 12:40:43
Thank you

no problem

Hi svet, sent you a donation today. wondering how long until i recieve your email.........removed :)

EDIT: E-mail removed to protect from spam

Done :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: supeg on 16-January-12, 05:40:28
Hi Svet. Unable to update to newest version (My version does not include auto update and newest version I can download is not available)

Can you send me newest version or one I can auto update?

xxxx @gmail.com

Thanks bud

EDIT: Email removed to protect from spam
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: Svet on 16-January-12, 09:40:43
Done :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: LethalLuck on 16-January-12, 17:21:20
Hey guys, this vBIOS Tuner seems really promising, but I just want to confirm the results of tuning everything before I go ahead and go with it!

Has anyone tested playing games like BF3 on different settings after doing this, and if so, what were their results? Like FPS, any crashing?

Just wondering!

Thanks!
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: Svet on 16-January-12, 17:39:45
Hey guys, this vBIOS Tuner seems really promising, but I just want to confirm the results of tuning everything before I go ahead and go with it!

Has anyone tested playing games like BF3 on different settings after doing this, and if so, what were their results? Like FPS, any crashing?

Just wondering!

Thanks!

Each GPU is unique so it has different OC potential
So individual results will vary.
Here you can some OC results with moderate OC level done by  GenTechPC  (http://www.gentechpc.com/):
Battlefield 3 on MSI GT780DXR NV GTX570M driver 285.62: [Turbo On, without GPU OC]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l61v3J-E3mo
Battlefield 3 on MSI GT780DXR NV GTX570M w/Svet's VBIOS OC Tool: [Turbo On, with GPU OCed by vBIOS Tuner]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAY5IlrwRw0
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: James5 on 19-January-12, 16:25:05
Svet  :hat tip: I have this product of yours and it was awesome wheni used it on my 570m but I have now changed my GPu to an ATI / AMD 6990m all I can say is I wish there was a decent ATI flashing tool like this that would allow voltages increase to the ATI / AMD card.

You Nvidia users have it so easy ;D  Svet don't suppose you fancy doing one for ATI 6990m?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: Svet on 19-January-12, 18:52:10
Hi James,  :hat tip:

Nope, don't have plans for AMD/ATI for now
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.14s]
Post by: MrMark on 19-January-12, 22:05:36
Hi Svet,

I have a problem with my MSI N450GTS card (MD1GD3) and I got a tip on the dutch forum to contact you  :). The fan on my card is really noisy and I can't seem to change the fan speed with MSI afterburner to adjust this.

Any thoughts on how to fix this?

thanks!
Mark
Title: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: Svet on 20-January-12, 00:35:42
Hi Svet,

I have a problem with my MSI N450GTS card (MD1GD3) and I got a tip on the dutch forum to contact you  :). The fan on my card is really noisy and I can't seem to change the fan speed with MSI afterburner to adjust this.

Any thoughts on how to fix this?

thanks!
Mark

Looks like your card don't support FAN speed adjusment.
You can do a query with msi here: http://support.msi.com/


hi to all!
please master svet don't forget the 555m!

br

Done :hat tip:



Version has been updated [ 1.14s ==> 1.16x ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Update GTX 580M: Add support for secondary and different general vBIOS type.
- Add support for GT 555M, 2 different general vBIOS types.



Update is available to donors via Tuner's self update feature:
(https://forum-en.msi.com/moderator/pics/svet/upd.jpg)

Best Wishes,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: Astennu on 20-January-12, 00:49:06
Just bought this tool. And already made a 0,9v bios with 785-960 clocks.
But i have a question about the core clock.

You can set Sync and Async. But i can oly change the main clock speeds and not the shader clocks. Is there a way to change the shaders or the base clock seperate?
I know it was possible with my old 9800 GT card. But i'm not really a nVidia user. Dontknow if the latest GPU's also support it.

I only tested with v1.14.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: Svet on 20-January-12, 00:51:51
Just bought this tool. And already made a 0,9v bios with 785-960 clocks.
But i have a question about the core clock.

You can set Sync and Async. But i can oly change the main clock speeds and not the shader clocks. Is there a way to change the shaders or the base clock seperate?
I know it was possible with my old 9800 GT card. But i'm not really a nVidia user. Dontknow if the latest GPU's also support it.

I only tested with v1.14.

Hello Astennu,

Nope in latest Nvidia products they cannot be controlled separately like in old nvidia cards.
Now they are always in ratio 1:2 and linked together.
The Sync and Async modes are related to others VGA clock parameters.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: BigKid on 20-January-12, 16:45:25
I've just donated and now I'm wondering how long it will take - I'm a little impatient as this looks very promising...

Is the tool able change fan settings for Laptops based on msi 780er barebones with nvidia gtx570m ?

I'm also wondering if there is a safe way to find lowest voltages...
My idea was to change only voltages for 3D (maximum p-state) and test there - is that possibel ?

And also this is not directly related - maybe someone knows: Is it possible to get afterburner to change voltages on the fly with gtx570m ? Did not succeed yet in that respect...
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: Svet on 20-January-12, 16:49:44
I've just donated and now I'm wondering how long it will take - I'm a little impatient as this looks very promising...

Is the tool able change fan settings for Laptops based on msi 780er barebones with nvidia gtx570m ?

I'm also wondering if there is a safe way to find lowest voltages...
My idea was to change only voltages for 3D (maximum p-state) and test there - is that possibel ?

And also this is not directly related - maybe someone knows: Is it possible to get afterburner to change voltages on the fly with gtx570m ? Did not succeed yet in that respect...


I've just donated and now I'm wondering how long it will take - I'm a little impatient as this looks very promising...

It's already send out, if you haven't received let me know to supply alternative distribution.


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Is the tool able change fan settings for Laptops based on msi 780er barebones with nvidia gtx570m ?

If you're talking about vbios fan config yes its possible


Quote
I'm also wondering if there is a safe way to find lowest voltages...
My idea was to change only voltages for 3D (maximum p-state) and test there - is that possibel ?

Yes, you can change each one of them separately to desired voltage that's possible for specified vbios.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: BigKid on 20-January-12, 17:04:30
Wow - that was fast ! Thanks !

No unfortunately I did not receive the eMail with the tool or a link to download it.
Checked my spam filter either but - nope... Not there...
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: Svet on 20-January-12, 17:07:17
Wow - that was fast ! Thanks !

No unfortunately I did not receive the eMail with the tool or a link to download it.
Checked my spam filter either but - nope... Not there...

Hmms dunno why is this, there is any errors returned to me.
Check PM [private message] instead
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: BigKid on 20-January-12, 17:26:18
got it... thanks !

But now: Norton AV / Sonar blocks and deletes it... I assume that this is a false positive...
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: Svet on 20-January-12, 17:27:57
got it... thanks !

But now: Norton AV / Sonar blocks and deletes it... I assume that this is a false positive...

Sure yes, you can submit it to them to fix their detection system.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: BigKid on 20-January-12, 18:05:04
Well this is strange... I decided to trust you and manually trusted svt012.exe.

Next thing to happen: Norton AV / Autoprotect detected WS.Trohjan.H and Suspicious.Cloud.5 ...
I sent the file to norton - let's see what happens...

I'm slightly irritated now...

Best regards
BigKid
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: Svet on 20-January-12, 18:11:43
Well this is strange... I decided to trust you and manually trusted svt012.exe.

Next thing to happen: Norton AV / Autoprotect detected WS.Trohjan.H and Suspicious.Cloud.5 ...
I sent the file to norton - let's see what happens...

I'm slightly irritated now...

Best regards
BigKid


You can be irritated to your AV, not to the Tool.
Tool is using own protection system which can confuse some AV to report some not real things in error.
There is absolutelly nothing bad in the Tool.
Simple turn it off[the AV] and use it and also submit detected files to your AV to fix their detection system.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: Astennu on 21-January-12, 15:08:22
Hello Astennu,

Nope in latest Nvidia products they cannot be controlled separately like in old nvidia cards.
Now they are always in ratio 1:2 and linked together.
The Sync and Async modes are related to others VGA clock parameters.


Thanks for you reply :)
I thought as much. To bad tho :D I bet the shaders can clock way higher. The 0,925v setting made my card crash even on the same clocks as 0,9v. But i have seen more people with that problem.

Do you know what those clock parameters are? And with wich clocks it sync's ? because i want to figure out what setting gives me the best performance.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: Svet on 21-January-12, 15:42:10
Thanks for you reply :)
I thought as much. To bad tho :D I bet the shaders can clock way higher. The 0,925v setting made my card crash even on the same clocks as 0,9v. But i have seen more people with that problem.

Do you know what those clock parameters are? And with wich clocks it sync's ? because i want to figure out what setting gives me the best performance.

if you can't get higher freq. when you used async mode, then sync mode will be fastern for the same freq. compared to async mode
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: Svet on 22-January-12, 15:02:06
For Anthony: [******@laposte.net]

There is some problem with your email supplied and i'm unable to deliver the message with Tool instructions.
Tried from 2 different sources [include gmail one] and both return an error:
"Recipient address rejected: Over quota"

E-mail me here:  svet at forum-en.msi.com [replace "at" with "@"]  and tell me alternative email where to send you.
Or register an account here and i will send you a PM with alternative distribution.

Thanks.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: soopah on 23-January-12, 01:42:28
hi,
can you allow P12 and P8 voltages adjustment for 560gtx ti?? (and frequency too? :) )
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: Svet on 23-January-12, 13:00:50
hi,
can you allow P12 and P8 voltages adjustment for 560gtx ti?? (and frequency too? :) )

Oki, will be done with next version
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.16x]
Post by: soopah on 23-January-12, 13:11:51
Thanks  ;D
Title: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.17a]
Post by: Svet on 28-January-12, 21:25:39
Thanks  ;D

Done :hat tip:


Version has been updated [ 1.16x ==> 1.17a ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Update GTX 560M:
   * Allow P8 frequency modifications [voltage is already available]
   * Add support for another and different general vBIOS type of 560M
- Allow P8 and P12 frequency and voltage modifications for 560GTX-Ti
- Add support for GT 635M


Update is available to donors via Tuner's self update feature:
(https://forum-en.msi.com/moderator/pics/svet/upd.jpg)

Best Wishes,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.17a]
Post by: soopah on 30-January-12, 01:58:00
I just want to says my card (MSI N560GTXTI II/oc) is perfectly running with your bios tuner, i have good temp with gpuclock @972MHz (+/-10% oc); 1,025v; max temp 70°C; max fan speed 70%in bios but he never go over 50%...; after hours of benchmarks :)
and she natturely return to P12 state , with GPUClock @50MHz 0.825v min temp 26°C!! :))
card on stock fan.

good job!
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.17a]
Post by: Svet on 30-January-12, 02:07:54
Thanks, well done as well :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.17a]
Post by: Gilvin on 12-February-12, 02:48:26
hi, svet, some issue here.

Using ver 1.17a on my n560gtx-ti twin frozr ii, couldn't set P12 core clock less than 100MHz, meanwhile stock P12 core clock is 51MHz?

now i encounter some prob, when on low loading i'll have a laggy / freezy mouse then driver crashes, though maybe increase my P12 freq. and volt. is a good thing, but i still think this setup thing is an issue. :smiley:
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.17a]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-12, 07:40:21
hi, svet, some issue here.

Using ver 1.17a on my n560gtx-ti twin frozr ii, couldn't set P12 core clock less than 100MHz, meanwhile stock P12 core clock is 51MHz?

now i encounter some prob, when on low loading i'll have a laggy / freezy mouse then driver crashes, though maybe increase my P12 freq. and volt. is a good thing, but i still think this setup thing is an issue. :smiley:

Hi Gilvin,

Will check the case and reply when its done.
Meanwhile use original version then do mod your things, [without P12]
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.17a]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-12, 10:23:04
hi, svet, some issue here.

Using ver 1.17a on my n560gtx-ti twin frozr ii, couldn't set P12 core clock less than 100MHz, meanwhile stock P12 core clock is 51MHz?

now i encounter some prob, when on low loading i'll have a laggy / freezy mouse then driver crashes, though maybe increase my P12 freq. and volt. is a good thing, but i still think this setup thing is an issue. :smiley:
Hi Gilvin,

Will check the case and reply when its done.
Meanwhile use original version then do mod your things, [without P12]


Hi Gilvin,

Done, issue has been fixed and changes will reflect with next version.
New version will have some delay as more planned tasks[add support for new/latest hardware] are in progress and need to be finish before release the new version.
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.17a]
Post by: soopah on 12-February-12, 14:38:44
Quote
laggy / freezy mouse then driver crashes, though maybe increase my P12 freq. and volt. is a good thing,
hi,
I don't have any probleme with stock core clock (51Mhz) on P12 and I decrease the voltage to 0.825, and Im able to watch movie without lag, and Im able to launch game (not playing, because of low FPS but the drivers don't crash..)

Try to keep a look on GPU usage and VPU usage and If you see you are always at 100% you need to switch to P8 (but really on windows my card is always on P12, just some time I need to switch to P8 when I use flash player or Blueray movie or little game

let P12 with min value, and switch to P8 if needed

I don't think its a clock or voltage issue , what were you doing when driver crashed?
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.17a]
Post by: pau1ow on 16-February-12, 17:00:23
Is it possible to have GTX590 compatibility ?

Thanks :)
Title: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: Svet on 16-February-12, 20:04:34
hi, svet, some issue here.

Using ver 1.17a on my n560gtx-ti twin frozr ii, couldn't set P12 core clock less than 100MHz, meanwhile stock P12 core clock is 51MHz?

now i encounter some prob, when on low loading i'll have a laggy / freezy mouse then driver crashes, though maybe increase my P12 freq. and volt. is a good thing, but i still think this setup thing is an issue. :smiley:
Hi Gilvin,

Will check the case and reply when its done.
Meanwhile use original version then do mod your things, [without P12]


Hi Gilvin,

Done, issue has been fixed and changes will reflect with next version.
New version will have some delay as more planned tasks[add support for new/latest hardware] are in progress and need to be finish before release the new version.

Done, you can update to the latest version 1.19d


Is it possible to have GTX590 compatibility ?

Thanks :)

Yes, this card is already supported



Version has been updated [ 1.17a ==> 1.19d ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Reduce low freq. limit from 100MHz to 20Mhz  [Usefull for P12 freq. modifications]
- Add support for 560GTX-Ti 448
[recently released card, such as: [example for msi's representative cards: N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition, N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition/OC]]


Update is available to donors via Tuner's self update feature:
(https://forum-en.msi.com/moderator/pics/svet/upd.jpg)

Best Wishes,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: brattak on 17-February-12, 11:46:03
great program svet but i dont understand why the donate is fixed on 15 euro ......other program the donate is free....
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: Svet on 17-February-12, 13:47:31
great program svet but i dont understand why the donate is fixed on 15 euro ......other program the donate is free....

because i don't accept less than this for this one
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.17a]
Post by: Gilvin on 19-February-12, 14:01:32
hi,
I don't have any probleme with stock core clock (51Mhz) on P12 and I decrease the voltage to 0.825, and Im able to watch movie without lag, and Im able to launch game (not playing, because of low FPS but the drivers don't crash..)

Try to keep a look on GPU usage and VPU usage and If you see you are always at 100% you need to switch to P8 (but really on windows my card is always on P12, just some time I need to switch to P8 when I use flash player or Blueray movie or little game

let P12 with min value, and switch to P8 if needed

I don't think its a clock or voltage issue , what were you doing when driver crashed?

it crashed usually when i surf the web , or just youtubing.. sometimes i just open a disk window or just double click a shortcut, the driver will crash
Title: Re: Svet's VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: Svet on 19-February-12, 14:18:14
so do you need help with something? have you sorted how to proceed?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: biglipps66 on 28-February-12, 16:12:22
Just bought the tools myself.. cant wait to give this a try.  Ive spent $20 US more useless ways in my life so Im happy to give it to someone to provide me MORE entertainment  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: Svet on 28-February-12, 22:39:38
Happy tweaking and exploring hardware potential
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: tosh49 on 06-March-12, 23:09:20
Hello, sorry for my English but I am small French which needs your help(assistant). I possess a laptop msi gt780dxr-644 with one gt570 3gb and I shall like knowing if it is possible to have a vbios in 0,9v? Can you help me?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: Svet on 06-March-12, 23:13:06
Hello, sorry for my English but I am small French which needs your help(assistant). I possess a laptop msi gt780dxr-644 with one gt570 3gb and I shall like knowing if it is possible to have a vbios in 0,9v? Can you help me?

You can do this and set your desired parameters[that's possible] with the tool
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: Svet on 14-March-12, 12:55:17
Progress notifications about newest version[not released yet]

In progress:
 * Add Support for 470M [at all possible levels like others supported units] + auto correct GPU-Z's dump issue when needs.

Planned tasks:
 * Add Support for recently released 560GTX SE [if/when i got such vbios image]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: tosh49 on 14-March-12, 20:16:02
the good command for flash is

nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 mod.rom

It's good?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: Svet on 14-March-12, 20:17:32
Yes, it is
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: soopah on 15-March-12, 15:28:39
Quote
the good command for flash is

nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 mod.rom

dont forget to

nvflash.exe -b old.rom


before flashing to keep a backup of original bios
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: pau1ow on 16-March-12, 15:38:31
Svet,

Just wondering, is it possible to have a play with the Asus GTX560m 3GB soldered to the MOBO ? (so not MXM)

I can't seem to get any voltages option and wondering if you could give it a go perhaps ?

I have uploaded the vbios here: http://www.mediafire.com/?cwvzcniv73qemi1
So when you got time, if you could have a look at it, I will be thankful !

Cheers
Paul
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: Svet on 16-March-12, 16:04:58
Svet,

Just wondering, is it possible to have a play with the Asus GTX560m 3GB soldered to the MOBO ? (so not MXM)

I can't seem to get any voltages option and wondering if you could give it a go perhaps ?

I have uploaded the vbios here: http://www.mediafire.com/?cwvzcniv73qemi1
So when you got time, if you could have a look at it, I will be thankful !

Cheers
Paul

Hi pau1ow,

Tool support this vbios image and there is 2 volt possitions that's possible.
But its already to the max one. So for this bios image further overvolting is not possible
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: pau1ow on 16-March-12, 17:21:21
Thanks for your very quick input Svet, this is what I was expected, it is already at the maximum :(

Cheers
Paul
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.19d]
Post by: kulayot74 on 17-March-12, 20:02:00
subscribing to this thread, very interesting and I have to learn everything first before messing with my in coming 570 TF3. cheers
Title: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 20-March-12, 16:14:32
subscribing to this thread, very interesting and I have to learn everything first before messing with my in coming 570 TF3. cheers
Thanks for your very quick input Svet, this is what I was expected, it is already at the maximum :(

Cheers
Paul

Glad to help, if was depending of me it would be done in a no time.



Version has been updated [ 1.19d ==> 1.20f ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Add Support for GTX 470M + auto correct GPU-Z's dump issue if and when needs.
[auto remove unnecessary padding when such exist in vbios image when saved with GPU-Z]
- Update GTX 460M: Add support for 3th different general vBIOS type.


Update is available to donors via Tuner's self update feature:
(https://forum-en.msi.com/moderator/pics/svet/upd.jpg)

Best Wishes,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: gerardfraser on 24-March-12, 21:41:10
This looks like a great software.
I bought some MSI 680 GTX cards,was wondering if you are going to add support for the cards.
Also If you do I just may bypass MSI afterburner.
One more question is the software compatible with HWiNFO64.
Thanks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: WOOSAA on 28-March-12, 00:56:26
Hi Svet.

I've donated about 15 minutes ago and I haven't received the tool yet I don't know whether I'm being impatient or whether there has been a problem with the donation. Either way really looking forward to using your bios tuner, I've been hearing really good things. Keep up the good work man.  My email is email removed to keep privacy and to protect from spam

Cheers
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 28-March-12, 14:54:40
This looks like a great software.
I bought some MSI 680 GTX cards,was wondering if you are going to add support for the cards.
Also If you do I just may bypass MSI afterburner.
One more question is the software compatible with HWiNFO64.
Thanks


Hi gerardfraser,

This one is based on Kepler GPU, which is very different than Fermi one
Tool is target Fermi based video card.

Quote
Also If you do I just may bypass MSI afterburner.
One more question is the software compatible with HWiNFO64.

Can you clarify better what you mean?
Hi Svet.

I've donated about 15 minutes ago and I haven't received the tool yet I don't know whether I'm being impatient or whether there has been a problem with the donation. Either way really looking forward to using your bios tuner, I've been hearing really good things. Keep up the good work man.  My email is email removed to keep privacy and to protect from spam

Cheers

Hi WOOSAA,

I'm very sorry for this delay inconvenience..
Normally i react quickly between 2-5 mins,
but for this case there was technical issue[caused by my ISP] which prevent to notify me at the time.
Check your email
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: WOOSAA on 29-March-12, 01:22:12
Quick noob question... At tool initiate it requests to select vbios image, this would be the org.rom located in the WIN Directory right?

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 29-March-12, 01:46:15
Quick noob question... At tool initiate it requests to select vbios image, this would be the org.rom located in the WIN Directory right?

Best do a copy of your original one, then give the copy of the original one to the tool to work with it.
The point is to always to keep original copy intact of your vbios.
For example you saved your vbios to org.rom.
Then copy org.rom to mod.rom, and give mod.rom to the tool to modify and then to flash mod.rom when its done.

Quote
located in the WIN Directory right?

it depend where is located your vbios file, normally location can be any folder
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: WOOSAA on 29-March-12, 23:14:56
Got it, Thanks.

Tool works beautifully Svet. You Sir are a legend.

My GTX 570M is running stable @

0.9 V

Core        825MHz
Mem      1600MHz
Shader   1650MHz

Temperature under load is 74c on stock cooling in a Medion Erazer X7815 which is basically The MSI GT683 chassis.

I gained about 30000 3dMark points with this overclock. Thank you very much.

15 euros is well worth it for this software. Great work on the user interface. really easy to use.



Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 30-March-12, 14:27:18
Well done :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: hlbnet on 09-April-12, 13:48:00
Hello Svet,

I would like to know if your tool can help me solve my problem.
I bought recently a MSI GT783 notebook, that come with a Nvidia GTX580M GPU.

By default, the graphic card is underclocked to core clock of 575 MHz instead of 620 MHz.
To get the standard core clock, I need to push a button (labelled P1).
When P1 is not enabled, the card is locked : no overclocking tool works to overclock it.
When P1 is enabled, the core clock is unlocked and can be changed with overclock tools.

Now, here are the problems:
- The P1 button is "touchy". Sometimes, it doesn't work. In this case, I need to reboot to solve the problem.
- When the notebook is on batteries, the P1 button is not available, so the core clock is locked (to 74 MHz). Not playable.

I would like to remove the need to press P1 to unlock the core clock (unlock means overclock tools works), both on batteries and wired.
In fact, I do not accept my notebook that I paid such a high price to be "locked" by MSI tools in any manner.
And I would like to change the max core clock on batteries (74 MHz) to a higher value (maybe 250 MHz).
Can your tool help me do that ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 09-April-12, 18:55:32
Hi hlbnet,


Yes, you can customize desired P-State by your desired way.

Quote
I would like to remove the need to press P1 to unlock the core clock (unlock means overclock tools works), both on batteries and wired.

Tool can't unlock the overlock usage of 3th party Tools.
As this is controlled by mine notebook BIOS.
I.e. tool can't make you to use the extra OC by P1 button when the notebook is working in AC state, [P0]
but you can customize the P1 instead and to modify it to desired way, for example to match P0 clocks.
So with or without battery, to work at the same desired clocks, voltages and such by your wish.


Quote
And I would like to change the max core clock on batteries (74 MHz) to a higher value (maybe 250 MHz).
Can your tool help me do that ?

You can set desired clocks, at desired P-state levels
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: hlbnet on 10-April-12, 11:30:56
Thank you Svet for your answer.
Quote
Tool can't unlock the overlock usage of 3th party Tools.
(Sorry, I do not understand the word "overlock", I'am french with limited english skill)
I understand that no tool can make the miracle to allow overclocking tools (like MSI Afterburner, etc) to work normally on my GTX580M in my MSI GT783. Because the preinstalled 3th party tools are blocking the overclocking tools.

Am I right ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 10-April-12, 17:52:19
Thank you Svet for your answer.(Sorry, I do not understand the word "overlock", I'am french with limited english skill)
I understand that no tool can make the miracle to allow overclocking tools (like MSI Afterburner, etc) to work normally on my GTX580M in my MSI GT783. Because the preinstalled 3th party tools are blocking the overclocking tools.

Am I right ?

Yes, accoirding to this, looks like notebook BIOS doesn't allow it.

Quote
- When the notebook is on batteries, the P1 button is not available, so the core clock is locked (to 74 MHz). Not playable.

But you can set desired paramters by VBIOS instead with this tool
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: pau1ow on 12-April-12, 21:15:07
Hi Svet :)

New request! Could you please update the Tuner to allow the vbios mod of the GTX 675M !!!! Also that would be great if you could figure out (don't know if that' feasible) if the 675M vbios is similar to the 580M's !!
Here are they!

http://www.2shared.com/file/e18hsoxK/GTX580M.html (http://www.2shared.com/file/e18hsoxK/GTX580M.html)
http://www.2shared.com/file/Zt1Yz8bg/GTX675M.html (http://www.2shared.com/file/Zt1Yz8bg/GTX675M.html)

Really looking forward to hearing from you !!

Cheers
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 13-April-12, 06:39:55
Hi Svet :)

New request! Could you please update the Tuner to allow the vbios mod of the GTX 675M !!!! Also that would be great if you could figure out (don't know if that' feasible) if the 675M vbios is similar to the 580M's !!
Here are they!

http://www.2shared.com/file/e18hsoxK/GTX580M.html (http://www.2shared.com/file/e18hsoxK/GTX580M.html)
http://www.2shared.com/file/Zt1Yz8bg/GTX675M.html (http://www.2shared.com/file/Zt1Yz8bg/GTX675M.html)

Really looking forward to hearing from you !!

Cheers

Hi pau1ow :hat tip:

Will be done with next version along with 670M as well :)
Will take some time before release the next version, but will be done asap.


Cheers :beerchug:


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Meaker on 15-April-12, 19:50:17
Hey svet, can you add the 670M and 675M?

670M = 570M
675M = 580M
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 15-April-12, 21:41:28
Hey svet, can you add the 670M and 675M?

670M = 570M
675M = 580M

Hi,

Yes, its planned. Will be done next week at some point
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: dougandtoni on 16-April-12, 10:12:02
Hi. Downloaded Nvidia Flash Tool and I would like to make a backup of my VBIOS. But when I run the Nvidia Flash Tool and try to type a command in, it just keeps scrolling down and closes.
ie. as soon as I type a letter in it scrolls down the first set of commands (without pressing enter) and so on until it closes. I don't get to type a command into the utility. Am I misunderstanding that on the first page of this thread it says "with Nvidia Flash Tool[under windows]" that under windows does not mean while windows has actually loaded and at the desktop?
Also I've managed to take a backup of my VBIOS with GPUZ but it automatically saved it as a ".bin" file. I take it that I can change it to a ".rom" file? Cheers
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: soopah on 16-April-12, 11:46:21
open your cmd console alone before.   (start > run > cmd)

then go to the right folder where is your flash utility (or click and drag nvflash in cmd console) and type you cmd


or

the svet bios tuner accept .bin too ;)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 16-April-12, 13:06:04
Yes you undesrand well. follow soopah instructions.



Quote
Also I've managed to take a backup of my VBIOS with GPUZ but it automatically saved it as a ".bin" file. I take it that I can change it to a ".rom" file? Cheers

nvidia flasher will accept only to flash when the file is ".rom"
yes, you can simple rename the extension from ".bin" to ".rom"
else tuner will accept them both, but nvidia flasher wanted to be ".rom", else will refuse to flash it.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: dougandtoni on 16-April-12, 13:12:03
open your cmd console alone before.   (start > run > cmd)

then go to the right folder where is your flash utility (or click and drag nvflash in cmd console) and type you cmd


or

the svet bios tuner accept .bin too ;)

Sorry - I tried that. Have dragged the nvflash into the cmd window, but it still does the same thing.
Every letter you type makes the tool scroll through - and then it closes.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 16-April-12, 13:19:55
Dunno what's wrong, need to take a look at your comp. eventually.
We can establish remote sesion with Teamviwer [ http://www.teamviewer.com ] to take look.
Check details in PM if that's OK for you.

Or other option will be be to use pure DOS based Nvidia flasher instead.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: dougandtoni on 16-April-12, 13:27:07
Dunno what's wrong, need to take a look at your comp. eventually.
We can establish remote sesion with Teamviwer [ http://www.teamviewer.com ] to take look.
Check details in PM if that's OK for you.

Or other option will be be to use pure DOS based Nvidia flasher instead.

Sent you mail
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 16-April-12, 13:30:49
Sent you mail


can you double check it, as i don't receive it

EDIT:
Just receive it, discard last message

EDIT2:
Think all is set now :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: dougandtoni on 18-April-12, 07:41:07
can you double check it, as i don't receive it

EDIT:
Just receive it, discard last message

EDIT2:
Think all is set now :)

Thanks for your help Svet.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 18-April-12, 18:04:56
Thanks for your help Svet.

You're welcome.

P.S: About 670M and 675M no news yet, but work is in progress.
Some other started projects slow me down,
hope support for 670M and 675M to be done like planned till end of this week.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Meaker on 19-April-12, 00:49:47
Cheers for the work.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.20f]
Post by: Svet on 23-April-12, 01:26:32
Progress update:

Version release delayed, waiting to finish adding support for 675M too before release it.
Expected ETA: 1-2 days.

Add support for 670M .... done.
Add support for 675M .... done.
Assembling tool... done.
Title: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.25g]
Post by: Svet on 24-April-12, 15:51:34
Version has been updated [ 1.20f ==> 1.25g ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Add Support for GTX 670M
- Add Support for GTX 675M

Update is available to donors via Tuner's self update feature:
(https://forum-en.msi.com/moderator/pics/svet/upd.jpg)

Best Wishes,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.25g]
Post by: dougandtoni on 25-April-12, 10:24:38
Hi I have run the update tool but it stays at version 1.20f not version 1.25g
Cheers
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.25g]
Post by: Svet on 25-April-12, 13:40:51
Hi I have run the update tool but it stays at version 1.20f not version 1.25g
Cheers

Hi,

Can't say much with this descriptions.
When i release the version, i test everything before release it to make sure that everything is working properly as expected.
Include the updater, which is tested on 3 machines with different windows OS and its updates fine to the latest version.

Make sure that there is nothing that blocks the updater.
Else check PM for alternative distribution.
Thanks.

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.25g]
Post by: Svet on 25-April-12, 16:11:12
Hi I have run the update tool but it stays at version 1.20f not version 1.25g
Cheers
Hi,

Can't say much with this descriptions.
When i release the version, i test everything before release it to make sure that everything is working properly as expected.
Include the updater, which is tested on 3 machines with different windows OS and its updates fine to the latest version.

Make sure that there is nothing that blocks the updater.
Else check PM for alternative distribution.
Thanks.

BR,
Svet


Sorry, i just duplicated the issue.
Yesterday the update was working fine.
forum servers was reupdated today and my changes from yesterday wasn't there,
but rolled back and this cause the issue.
I just re updated the required update files, and they works fine now.

Sorry for inconvenience
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.25g]
Post by: PyRoAcIdK on 26-April-12, 08:30:48
Hi Svet,

I'm using 1.25g. I am able to set everything, the report shows it, but when I click Save & Exit however it doesn't seem to be saving (I'm also not getting confirmation popups).

Can you please confirm what could be going wrong?

Thank You
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.25g]
Post by: Svet on 26-April-12, 11:58:13
Hi Svet,

I'm using 1.25g. I am able to set everything, the report shows it, but when I click Save & Exit however it doesn't seem to be saving (I'm also not getting confirmation popups).

Can you please confirm what could be going wrong?

Thank You

Hi PyRoAcIdK,

You need to close the report 1st, before click on "Save & Exit"
Else, after click on  "Save & Exit" try press alt + tab maybe its become somehow hidden and you can't see it.
Other tips to try if problem persist to isolate the issue:
Else try again with another user account or/and withing Safe Mode
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.25g]
Post by: god_made_me_do_it on 01-May-12, 20:29:46
Hey, got a copy of this last week, fantastic little tool, I've also recommended it to some guys who make pro audio DAW PCs as they might find it useful for making their systems cooler and quieter.

On the subject, would there be any possibility of adding fan speed options for different power states? I think that may be awesome for keeping a machine quiet while it's not gaming then bringing it back up again when it really needs it.

Also, are there any plans to add (P12) options for the GTX560m? I've successfully changed my top two power states but unfortunately I can't yet change clock speeds for the lowest. Either that or even disabling lower power states? Thanks.

Awesome tool btw, solved some massive thermal issues I was having with my GTX560m as it's the only thing I know of that can undervolt it.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.25g]
Post by: Svet on 01-May-12, 20:33:40
Hey, got a copy of this last week, fantastic little tool, I've also recommended it to some guys who make pro audio DAW PCs as they might find it useful for making their systems cooler and quieter.

On the subject, would there be any possibility of adding fan speed options for different power states? I think that may be awesome for keeping a machine quiet while it's not gaming then bringing it back up again when it really needs it.

Also, are there any plans to add (P12) options for the GTX560m? I've successfully changed my top two power states but unfortunately I can't yet change clock speeds for the lowest. Either that or even disabling lower power states? Thanks.

Awesome tool btw, solved some massive thermal issues I was having with my GTX560m as it's the only thing I know of that can undervolt it.

 Hi,

Will check the possibilities and reply later.
In mean time send me a copy of your vbios to my email.
Thanks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.25g]
Post by: god_made_me_do_it on 02-May-12, 00:57:24
OK I shall do that now, the laptop's a Clevo P150HM, I've also managed to just overclock the P8 state to 500mhz and the memory to about 400mhz, this seems to let me game at fairly decent settings while on battery  :agrees:. Unfortunately when I attempted to change the P8 state to exactly the same settings as the top power state the laptop threw a hissy fit and the driver kept crashing then bluescreened. Not entirely sure why, the VBIOS checked out alright in the tool. But it seems stable on 500mhz core/400mhz memory/0.82V power.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.25g]
Post by: Svet on 02-May-12, 04:56:02
OK I shall do that now, the laptop's a Clevo P150HM, I've also managed to just overclock the P8 state to 500mhz and the memory to about 400mhz, this seems to let me game at fairly decent settings while on battery  :agrees:. Unfortunately when I attempted to change the P8 state to exactly the same settings as the top power state the laptop threw a hissy fit and the driver kept crashing then bluescreened. Not entirely sure why, the VBIOS checked out alright in the tool. But it seems stable on 500mhz core/400mhz memory/0.82V power.

OK I shall do that now, the laptop's a Clevo P150HM, I've also managed to just overclock the P8 state to 500mhz and the memory to about 400mhz, this seems to let me game at fairly decent settings while on battery  :agrees:

Quote
Unfortunately when I attempted to change the P8 state to exactly the same settings as the top power state the laptop threw a hissy fit and the driver kept crashing then bluescreened. Not entirely sure why, the VBIOS checked out alright in the tool.

aha without to having your exact vbios that your notebook use in a hands i can't see much.
i suspect that your battery can't supply enough current to handle those clocks

But it seems stable on 500mhz core/400mhz memory/0.82V power.

aha
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.25g]
Post by: god_made_me_do_it on 02-May-12, 23:52:34
Emailed you my VBIOS chief, should be in your inbox  :)

I suspect you're right about the battery not being able to supply, although it crashed in adaptive mode on AC power too. I'm going to experiment at some point but for now I've got the witcher running OK on battery with half decent settings.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.25g]
Post by: Svet on 03-May-12, 02:03:13
Emailed you my VBIOS chief, should be in your inbox  :)

I suspect you're right about the battery not being able to supply, although it crashed in adaptive mode on AC power too. I'm going to experiment at some point but for now I've got the witcher running OK on battery with half decent settings.

Oks, you can try asynchronized booster when modify P8 clocks then to check if you can catch more freq. when running on battery.
About P12 freq. modfications will be enabled with next tool version
Title: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.26k]
Post by: Svet on 06-May-12, 20:16:36
@god_made_me_do_it
You can update your tool version to the latest one for P12 modifications.
Thanks

Version has been updated [ 1.25g ==> 1.26k ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Update GTX 560M[Type1,Type2]: Allow P12 clock modifications
- Add Support for GTX 560SE

Update is available to donors via Tuner's self update feature:
(https://forum-en.msi.com/moderator/pics/svet/upd.jpg)

Best Wishes,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.26k]
Post by: webez on 11-May-12, 23:35:57
I have just tried your app but I can't make it to work.

I have changed my 570m voltage to 0.9 in P0 mode (msi 780dxr turbo button) but after checking it with hwinfo and gpu-z it still shows 0.85. Nvflash doesn't show any flash error.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.26k]
Post by: Svet on 11-May-12, 23:40:19
I have just tried your app but I can't make it to work.

I have changed my 570m voltage to 0.9 in P0 mode (msi 780dxr turbo button) but after checking it with hwinfo and gpu-z it still shows 0.85. Nvflash doesn't show any flash error.

Hi,

can you send me your org and modded files to check them?



Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.26k]
Post by: Svet on 11-May-12, 23:52:27
Oki, checked your files and everything is set properly.
You sure that you flashed your modded one and not the original BIOS?
If yes have you reboot the notebook after that to reflect the new changes?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.26k]
Post by: webez on 11-May-12, 23:58:49
It needed a reboot. Now I know bios updates are not inmediate ;)   (i feel like like a newbie :P)

Thanks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.26k]
Post by: Svet on 12-May-12, 00:01:04
 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.26k]
Post by: banana4444 on 17-May-12, 23:08:26
Svet's VBIOS Tuner v0.75s

medion erazer x6811 - gtx460m

VBIOS-Z Report:
VBIOS Image is not supported

can anyone help me?
my e-mail: banana4444@inter ia.pl  (no space)

thanks in advance
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.26k]
Post by: Svet on 17-May-12, 23:11:58
Svet's VBIOS Tuner v0.75s

medion erazer x6811 - gtx460m

VBIOS-Z Report:
VBIOS Image is not supported

can anyone help me?
my e-mail: banana4444@inter ia.pl  (no space)

thanks in advance

Hi,

I cannot locate you in a donors, what is your original email?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.26k]
Post by: banana4444 on 17-May-12, 23:28:42
check your mail
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.26k]
Post by: Svet on 17-May-12, 23:34:47
check your mail

I've checked it, but can't help you since you are not Tool owner.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.26k]
Post by: Svet on 17-May-12, 23:46:16
Nope, as you cannot be verified as owner of the Tool.
Either become a Tool owner or ask your friend for help.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.26k]
Post by: banana4444 on 18-May-12, 00:01:28
maybe someone else can change me gpu voltage
i'd like to have max voltage for gtx460m
that's my vbios: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?6o42qu96cscq7k5
my e-mail: banana4444@interia.pl
Title: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.27n]
Post by: Svet on 19-May-12, 11:05:46

Version has been updated [ 1.26k ==> 1.27n ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Update GTX 580M[Type1,Type2]:
  * Allow P12 clock and voltage modifications
  * Allow manual LTC and XBAR clocks input[linked together, one input will update them both] for P8 and P12 states

For P0 and P1 states, they works as for all others, i.e, depend of choose:
In Synchronized mode: LTC and XBAR clocks will be automatically calculated and updated based on their ratio,[keeping the same ratio] and based on user GPC clock input.
In Asynchronized mode: Only GPC will be modified depend of user input. LTC and XBAR clocks will remain as is.

Update is available to donors via Tool's update module.

Best Wishes,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.27n]
Post by: dplaya6910 on 22-May-12, 02:54:33
Hey SVET


Thanks Svet! So I made the modded rom and I only adjusted the p0 state to synchronous 820mhz. Do I have to adjust anything else? All I want is when I game p0 is on and when i dont garegualr core clocks are on. Sorry this is my first time ever doing this. I just want to make sure I am doing this right. I also can not figure out how to flash the vbios. I checked your forum, google, everywhere. I know I need nvidia flash tool ( which i have) but when i open command prompt and enter nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 mod.rom and hgit enter it says this command is not recognized. Do i need to be in a certain directory? I have the rom and nvidia flas tool saved in nvidia flash tool folder on the c drive root. Please help. I really want to do this but I just cant make it to the next step to flash the bios! Thank you so much for taking the time to read this and I look forward to your response.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.27n]
Post by: Svet on 22-May-12, 02:56:03
Hi David,

Well you can adjust anything that you want/prefer.
About flashing when you run "cmd",
then you need to go into the same directory where  nvflash.exe is located.
For example if your   nvflash.exe [with other nvflash files] are located say in C:\1
then you have to run "cmd", then to type:
cd C:\1 [ENTER]
nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 mod.rom  [ENTER]
Confirm with "Y", when asked, then wait to finish.
When its done reboot your computer.

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.27n]
Post by: L0LL3RTR41N on 03-June-12, 22:15:24
Hi Svet, i just bought the tool yesterday... i swear to god i was trying so hard to get everything to work but i still cant run it. I have lots of problems with the nvflash.exe a.s.o . would it be possible that u help me via teamviewer?  I never did anything like this before, so its pretty difficult for me sry..
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.27n]
Post by: Svet on 03-June-12, 22:57:10
Yep, check PM

EDIT:
Quote from: L0LL3RTR41N
hey, it worked i already rebboted and it shows me the clocks in the programs like inspector! :)
i'm very grateful for your hard work and time u put for helping me!

no problem :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.27n]
Post by: Svet on 08-June-12, 14:50:24
notification:
Working over next version, but there will be larger delay than usual,
cause new major and general feature will be added along with some other improvements.
Title: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.28s]
Post by: Svet on 25-June-12, 01:06:01
Minor update:


Version has been updated [ 1.27n ==> 1.28s ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Update GTX 580M: Add support for newest release different vBIOS type 3
- Update 560GTX-SE: Add support for vBIOS type 2
- Other tool optimization



Update is available to donors via Tool's update module.

Best Regards,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Svet Ive got a problem with my Vbios.
Post by: Hackintoshihope on 30-June-12, 23:51:32
Alright so i have a gtx 570m what im wanting to do is edit all three states.. but when i edit the first state (Turbo) it automatically edits non turbo (Although non turbo when flashed is not affected).. and then when i try to edit video state.. it does not apply overclocking (when flashed).. SO in essence i can only change gpu clock for turbo mode.. it is the only one that takes effect.. I do not know what i am doing wrong. Voltage tune works for turbo and non turbo but not video. Memory tune works for only turbo.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.28s]
Post by: Svet on 30-June-12, 23:54:22
send me your vbios file to take a look, check PM for details
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.28s]
Post by: Hackintoshihope on 01-July-12, 00:47:18
Sent it
Title: Re: Svet Ive got a problem with my Vbios.
Post by: Svet on 01-July-12, 01:09:18
Alright so i have a gtx 570m what im wanting to do is edit all three states.. but when i edit the first state (Turbo) it automatically edits non turbo (Although non turbo when flashed is not affected).. and then when i try to edit video state.. it does not apply overclocking (when flashed).. SO in essence i can only change gpu clock for turbo mode.. it is the only one that takes effect.. I do not know what i am doing wrong. Voltage tune works for turbo and non turbo but not video. Memory tune works for only turbo.

Sent it

Ok, i've checked it and everything is working properly.
Also your vBIOS has one high end performance state [no turbo],
and because of this either Turbo or non Turbo selection is modify the same high end performance level.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.28s]
Post by: Hackintoshihope on 01-July-12, 01:11:49
but i have 3 power states is this incorrect?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.28s]
Post by: Svet on 01-July-12, 01:13:17
but i have 3 power states is this incorrect?

For your vBIOS P0 & P1 is modify P0, since your vbios don't have P1 state
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.28s]
Post by: Hackintoshihope on 01-July-12, 01:17:43
The gtx 570m should have 3 states though correct? I think my vbios must be bad.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.28s]
Post by: Svet on 01-July-12, 01:45:13
The gtx 570m should have 3 states though correct? I think my vbios must be bad.

Some have 3, other has 4. Depend of vbios type.
Nope, your vbios is fine
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.28s]
Post by: vipeout on 03-July-12, 07:50:50
I've got your tool, didn't really think it is going to be so easy to flash vbios. Now i regret my desktop is an ATI card =p.

Well, I've got 2 questions, not really connected to the tool itself, but rather to the card I'm using - 570M.

1. I've had to stop OC'ing my memories on 1650 - that's when artifacts show up. I've got there with 0.9V, and I could only swap voltage with your tool (Inspector nor Afterburner allowed me to do it). I have seen people that can go 1700, 1800 or 1900 even. Am I that unlucky and got the worst possible memories, or is there something I could miss in doing? I've got the version with 3GB GDDR5, vbios version: 70.24.32.00.04.

2. Question to someone who had tried oc on the P8 state. At the moment, battery is just for power point, I cant even show a model in maya (let alone create one), or anything else related to 3d (eg. play). I tried to up the clocks a bit, but I get screen errors (that require reboot to fix, cuz nothing works) very very early. I did not up the stock p8 voltage, but It doesn't sound good to me. Anyone tried? I'd be glad to get some info on this.

Thanks in advance.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.28s]
Post by: Svet on 03-July-12, 08:28:48
Hi,

send me a copy of your vbios, check PM for details.
About q1, looks like you hit the memory clock limit.
Title: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: Svet on 04-July-12, 15:11:30
@Hackintoshihope
Update your tuner version to the latest one to allow P12 modification.

@vipeout
Update your tuner version to the latest one then try again with P8 clock modification,
related to your Q2. About Q1 nothing more can be done if your memory hit limit at 1650MHz.

BR,
Svet


Minor update:


Version has been updated [ 1.28s ==> 1.29t ]:
Changes as simple as possible without too much details, just essential: [like in prevision recent change logs]

- Update GTX 570M related to all vbios types[1,2,3]:
  * Allow P12 clock and voltage modification
  * Improve P8 and P12 core clock modification, allow manual synchronized[one value will update both of them] LTC and XBAR clock adjustment [along with GPC clock with separate clock selection] as ratio between GPC to LTC & XBAR is too high to follow.



Update is available to donors via Tool's update module.

Best Regards,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: mikewolf on 07-July-12, 05:36:50
Email sent 
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: Svet on 07-July-12, 14:32:25
Hi Mike,

Check your email
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: kvip60 on 08-July-12, 03:26:43
i have just sent my donation and received the download link. but the program doesn't want to run  :cry: i forgot to mention i am running windows 7 pro 64bit and i have  msi n570gtx
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: Svet on 08-July-12, 04:01:33
Hello,

what hapends when you run it?
Looks like something in your computer is blocking it.[turn off any resident scanners and try run it again]

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: kvip60 on 08-July-12, 07:38:48
Nothing happens the mouse courser shows it is trying to open and then nothing happen, no errors or anything and i don't have any anti virus or firewall running
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: Svet on 08-July-12, 11:53:37
check PM
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: kvip60 on 08-July-12, 13:11:32
Thanks svet   :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: Svet on 08-July-12, 14:46:19
you're welcome :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: baitmn on 10-July-12, 05:24:13
Svet

works like a champ,  handy tool to have around

Big thanks :agrees:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: dalefoxwiz on 12-July-12, 11:15:05
Hi Svet,

Why is it I no longer receive latest update for your bios VBIOS Tuner? The last thing I received was Svet's VBIOS Tuner 1.07f‏.
My email is removed to protect privacy.

Thanks....

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: Svet on 12-July-12, 11:18:32
Check email.
For further versions, use updater that comes with the tool to update to latest version.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: tolyn13 on 18-July-12, 07:08:57
Привет Свет. Появился новый VBIOS : 70.24.46.00.01, для GTX 675M.4Gb GDDR5. Известны ли его параметры (характеристики)? Мой :70.24.45.00.F1  (P1314-0007). Надо мне перепрошиваться на новый или нет? Спасибо.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: Henry on 18-July-12, 07:37:32
 Please use English only in this forum.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: tolyn13 on 18-July-12, 11:19:05
Привет Свет. Появился новый VBIOS : 70.24.46.00.01, для GTX 675M.4Gb GDDR5. Известны ли его параметры (характеристики)? Мой :70.24.45.00.F1  (P1314-0007). Надо мне перепрошиваться на новый или нет? Спасибо.
Hello World. There is a new VBIOS: 70.24.46.00.01, for the GTX 675M.4Gb GDDR5. Known whether its parameters (characteristics)? My: 70.24.45.00.F1 (P1314-0007). I need to reflash the new or not? Thank you
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.29t]
Post by: Svet on 18-July-12, 12:37:05
Hello World. There is a new VBIOS: 70.24.46.00.01, for the GTX 675M.4Gb GDDR5. Known whether its parameters (characteristics)? My: 70.24.45.00.F1 (P1314-0007). I need to reflash the new or not? Thank you

I see no official vbios updates for your notebook, so this vbios version is probably not for you.
Don't flash to it. Also send me this new vbios if possible to my email.
Thanks.
Title: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.30u]
Post by: Svet on 20-July-12, 17:57:34
Hello World. There is a new VBIOS: 70.24.46.00.01, for the GTX 675M.4Gb GDDR5. Known whether its parameters (characteristics)? My: 70.24.45.00.F1 (P1314-0007). I need to reflash the new or not? Thank you
I see no official vbios updates for your notebook, so this vbios version is probably not for you.
Don't flash to it. Also send me this new vbios if possible to my email.
Thanks.

Received it thanks.
Ok this vbios is a 4GB version and its not for your notebook. Don't flash to it.
Also this newest vbios variable is already supported, tool update isn't need.





Minor update:

Version has been updated [ 1.29t ==> 1.30u ]:

- Update 560GTX-Ti: Add support for newest vbios type.



Update is available to donors via Tool's update module.

Best Regards,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.30u]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 20-July-12, 23:26:06
Hi Svet,

How's it going!  ;D

Well, I recently pulled the trigger on MSI's new GT70 0NE-276US w/GTX-680M (Kepler), and of course I have to ask if you'll be soon supporting this with your awesomely cool Tuner. I pre-ordered the unit, and don't expect it to arrive till end July/early August. Anyhow, if I can be of any assistance, please email me or Ken at GenTech PC.

Thanx & Best Regards,
-=$tr|k3r=-
 :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.30u]
Post by: Svet on 21-July-12, 12:04:01
Hi -=$tr|k3r=-,

Thanks for kind of words.
Dunno about Kepler as the Tool is for Fermi based VGAs.
But will see what i can do for it

Quote
if I can be of any assistance, please email me or Ken at GenTech PC.

oki :hat tip:

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.30u]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 21-July-12, 12:27:17
Hi -=$tr|k3r=-,

Thanks for kind of words.
Dunno about Kepler as the Tool is for Fermi based VGAs.
But will see what i can do for it

oki :hat tip:

BR,
Svet

Thanks Svet,

Hey, guys who develop such cool tools, deserve kind words..... especially when nuckleheads :bonk: such as myself, lack the skilz to do so, LOL! Ken advises that the new 680M units will arrive next week, so please keep us and Kepler in your thoughts.  :biggthumbsup: Please, please, please, purdy please!  :worship:

-=$tr|k3r=-
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.30u]
Post by: yanou3003 on 01-August-12, 20:29:16
HI,

I have an older version  ( 0.92 a ) and I don't know how to upgrade to the latest version. If someone could help me it would be cool

Thanks.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.30u]
Post by: Svet on 01-August-12, 21:12:42
HI,

I have an older version  ( 0.92 a ) and I don't know how to upgrade to the latest version. If someone could help me it would be cool

Thanks.

I can't find you in the database,
check your email for details

Thanks Svet,

Hey, guys who develop such cool tools, deserve kind words..... especially when nuckleheads :bonk: such as myself, lack the skilz to do so, LOL! Ken advises that the new 680M units will arrive next week, so please keep us and Kepler in your thoughts.  :biggthumbsup: Please, please, please, purdy please!  :worship:

-=$tr|k3r=-

Oki
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.30u]
Post by: yanou3003 on 01-August-12, 21:28:58
Maybe my mail finishes with @neuf.fr when I ordered the software ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.30u]
Post by: Svet on 01-August-12, 21:32:46
check email
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.30u]
Post by: Oleaster2 on 02-August-12, 20:39:37
Good evening


I can download this utilitarian or Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [worm: 1.30u]

Thank you
Title: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: Svet on 05-August-12, 20:09:29
Version has been updated[user request] [ 1.30u ==> 1.31x ]:

- Update 560GTX-Ti 448: Add support for newest vbios type.



Update is available to donors via Tool's update module.

Best Regards,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: pau1ow on 06-August-12, 00:46:10
Hey Svet :)

Do you think you'll be able to get your vbios tuner to be compatible with Kepler gpus such as 680M ? :p If yes, I might send you my vBIOS !!

Cheers!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: Svet on 06-August-12, 00:52:10
Hey Svet :)

Do you think you'll be able to get your vbios tuner to be compatible with Kepler gpus such as 680M ? :p If yes, I might send you my vBIOS !!

Cheers!

Hey,

Yes, you can send this vbios to me.
But don't promise anything, yes Kepler gpu's could be added eventually, but dunno when this would hapends.
But have plans to work in that direction

 :hat tip:

Quote
If yes, I might send you my vBIOS !!
EDIT: Waiting for your Kepler vbios :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: NerdyJack on 09-August-12, 08:01:09
Could you help me with one issue? I have a GT685 with 580m, but the touch sensors stopped working and I can't access the turbo boost feature. I did try MSI Afterburner after the sensors are broken, in both supported and unsupported mode. Under both modes, Afterburner can only change the memory speed, but not the GPU and Shader speeds. Looks like some throttle effects exist, cuz the GPU speed stucks at 576MHz, which is far lower than the 580m's default, 620MHz. I guess there are some manufacturer BIOS settings that prevent me from overclocking. Am I right? and can I remove this throttle myself?

original post: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=160817.0
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: neoroy on 12-August-12, 17:57:10
Hello Svet :)

This tool is only for Fermi right? Do you have plan to make it works on Kepler, yet??

About this tool, if I use wrong BIOS to update then it won't flashing right?? It will read and tell me that I have wrong BIOS and so the flasher will not continue.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: Svet on 12-August-12, 18:01:24
Could you help me with one issue? I have a GT685 with 580m, but the touch sensors stopped working and I can't access the turbo boost feature. I did try MSI Afterburner after the sensors are broken, in both supported and unsupported mode. Under both modes, Afterburner can only change the memory speed, but not the GPU and Shader speeds. Looks like some throttle effects exist, cuz the GPU speed stucks at 576MHz, which is far lower than the 580m's default, 620MHz. I guess there are some manufacturer BIOS settings that prevent me from overclocking. Am I right? and can I remove this throttle myself?

original post: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=160817.0

 :hat tip:

Thank you very very much Svet!! I popped up the hinge cover, disconnected the cable between touch sensor and MB, then connect it again, and everything back to work!!! No need to send back to service center or flash the VBIOS!!! you are awesome! thank you very much!

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
For those who wanna know how to pop up the hinge cover, check this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owOaREnRHKo, from 3:42

 :biggthumbsup:

Hello Svet :)

This tool is only for Fermi right? Do you have plan to make it works on Kepler, yet??

About this tool, if I use wrong BIOS to update then it won't flashing right?? It will read and tell me that I have wrong BIOS and so the flasher will not continue.

Hello :)

Quote
This tool is only for Fermi right?

For now yes

Quote
Do you have plan to make it works on Kepler, yet??

Yes there is such plans, but it do not support Kepler yet.

Quote
About this tool, if I use wrong BIOS to update then it won't flashing right?? It will read and tell me that I have wrong BIOS and so the flasher will not continue.

The flashing itself is done with nvidia flash tool as described in the 1st topic.
Always make sure that you gonna flash with correct vbios for your card,
etc best backup current vbios, then mod it and flash it back again.
And always keep original copy of your vbios.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: neoroy on 12-August-12, 18:06:17
Very nice explaination, Svet  :hat tip:
Thank you  :smile:

Btw I like that robot's sound  ;D
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: Svet on 12-August-12, 18:08:13
you're welcome :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: pau1ow on 15-August-12, 12:31:32
Hi Svet!

Any news regarding this update for supporting 680m kepler :p
With the MSI OEM vbios, i got early throttle as soon as I start to overclock, I don't have that with the Clevo vbios.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: Svet on 15-August-12, 18:52:56
Hi Paul,

Nope don't have news yet, was overload recently :bonk: :bonk:

Will focus over this now, but it will take a time, it wont be done quickly that we wanted.[as a lot of job is awaiting]
Also waiting to get an Kepler card too which will help me a lot.

If its depend only from me i will done it asap.

Quote
With the MSI OEM vbios, i got early throttle as soon as I start to overclock

Yes, i also noticed such cap, try retest with TDE Enabled.

BR,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: pau1ow on 15-August-12, 22:59:23
Thanks for the quick update! Good luck, don't overdo  =)

I don't think I have TDE since I own the MSI GT70 barebone version but I'm using an overvolted vbios at the moment and it's going quite well (for gaming, I'm using 1000/2525 and temps dont get over 84°c!).
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: Svet on 15-August-12, 23:04:12
Thanks for the quick update! Good luck, don't overdo  =)

I don't think I have TDE since I own the MSI GT70 barebone version but I'm using an overvolted vbios at the moment and it's going quite well (for gaming, I'm using 1000/2525 and temps dont get over 84°c!).

Aha, didn't know that you use a barebone.
We've notice that in retail models they are gpu freq. cap when TDE is off.

Quote
but I'm using an overvolted vbios at the moment and it's going quite well (for gaming, I'm using 1000/2525 and temps dont get over 84°c!).

Aha, sounds promising

Thanks for the quick update! Good luck, don't overdo  =)

thanks :hat tip:

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: Ronnsens on 17-August-12, 14:17:06
Svet,

can you help me to oc my 670m bios ?
PM me please =)

Thank you
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: Svet on 17-August-12, 17:54:43
Svet,

can you help me to oc my 670m bios ?
PM me please =)

Thank you

Yeah, for your case will be tricky since your vbios is part of board BIOS.[and we can't use standard way for flashing with nvflash]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: chromechief on 06-September-12, 23:22:05
hi brilliant work with the tool !, just donated but havent recieved the tool yet, when will i recieve it?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: Svet on 06-September-12, 23:53:21
hi brilliant work with the tool !, just donated but havent recieved the tool yet, when will i recieve it?

Normally near instantly, but seems right now paypal notify system has some problems and i wasn't aware at the time.
Check email.

Update news:
No Kepler news, except that work is in progress..
No ETA specified as its a lot of job that's awaiting.

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: dalefoxwiz on 11-September-12, 14:18:49
Is this tool only exclusive use for MSI video cards?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: Svet on 11-September-12, 16:27:40
Is this tool only exclusive use for MSI video cards?

Nope, it can be used for all vendors not only MSI one
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: dalefoxwiz on 17-September-12, 06:27:32
Nope, it can be used for all vendors not only MSI one

This is odd. I tried editing my friend's card bios. But it is saying it is not supported. Even the lastest version of the tool is still saying the same thing.
This is the bios taken from GPUZ tool http://www.mediafire.com/?9kegzkaayk6ti3i (Palit GTS450 Sonic Plat).
I wanted to increase it's voltage from 1.025mv to 1.050mv.

Thanks...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: Svet on 17-September-12, 06:57:43
This is odd. I tried editing my friend's card bios. But it is saying it is not supported. Even the lastest version of the tool is still saying the same thing.
This is the bios taken from GPUZ tool http://www.mediafire.com/?9kegzkaayk6ti3i (Palit GTS450 Sonic Plat).
I wanted to increase it's voltage from 1.025mv to 1.050mv.

Thanks...

Yes this model is too old,[4xx series] cause of this support wasn't added. [but can be added if really needs]
[My focus is over current and upcoming GPU's and not older models]
You can check supported models at 1st page.[Typically 5xx series and few 4xx models]
Check PM for what you wanted.




Update news:

Version update is scheduled for this week.
[Will be a step into a Kepler support]

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 1.31x]
Post by: dalefoxwiz on 17-September-12, 09:48:48
Yes this model is too old,[4xx series] cause of this support wasn't added. [but can be added if really needs]
[My focus is over current and upcoming GPU's and not older models]
You can check supported models at 1st page.[Typically 5xx series and few 4xx models]
Check PM for what you wanted.




Update news:

Version update is scheduled for this week.
[Will be a step into a Kepler support]

BR,
Svet

I see....
Thanks a lot for for modded bios.   :grin:
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: Svet on 24-September-12, 22:44:54
Version has been updated  [ 1.31x ==> 2.33a ]:

 - Update self update module
 - Add support for various Kepler VGA's, include support for Hybrid UEFI vBIOSes.
Supported Kepler units:
    * GTX 680 [4 different general types]
    * GTX 670 [2 different general types]
    * GTX 660 Ti
    * GTX 660 [2 different general types]
Note: Only FAN adjust feature[See *** below for details] are supported for Kepler's vBIOS for now.
More features can be added with further versions.

***
- Add advanced Kepler's FAN adjust features:
   1 Configure Fan speed range in (%)
   2 Configure Fan speed range in (RPM)
   3 Configure boot Fan Duty PWM in (%)


Update is available to donors via Tool's update module.

Best Regards,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: Svet on 27-September-12, 17:52:37
Added new FAQ for better clarify for one of the newest feature:

Q.: When i turn on or reboot my computer, my Kepler based graphic card become annoying noisily like Jet Fighther takeoff.
Is there any way to make it quiet or/and to control it by desired way?

A.: Yes, run FAN adjust thread, then choose Mode3 [Configure boot Fan Duty PWM] and set your FANs to desired levels when they works outside Windows.[not controlled by VGA driver]
This adjustment also will affect cards equipped with Dust Removal Technology.
So keep in mind that setting the FANs Duty to too low value may cause Dust Removal Technology to has not much effect,
due not enough turbulence to perform dust cleanup when FANs perform reversal spin.



Continue to work over adding more features with next version
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: nu on 27-September-12, 20:28:47
tnx for this great program but its not working what I bought it for.  :cry:
I have MSI GTX 660OC TF3 and wanted to change fan speed.
vbios report shows changes i made. min. speed 20% and min. rpm 600 but real rpm is still ~1000 (same like original bios with 30%)
(http://www.upload.ee/image/2706217/vbios.png)

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: Svet on 27-September-12, 20:34:50
tnx for this great program but its not working what I bought it for.  :cry:
I have MSI GTX 660OC TF3 and wanted to change fan speed.
vbios report shows changes i made. min. speed 20% and min. rpm 600 but real rpm is still ~1000 (same like original bios with 30%)
(http://www.upload.ee/image/2706217/vbios.png)

Looks to be HW limitation then used on this card, and with regardless of applied value to cannot work below some specified RPM [say 1000]
Or maybe the reading is wrong. Have you checked it with MSI AB?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: nu on 27-September-12, 20:40:01
AB shows 20% and 960 - 1020rpm idle and noise level is same as stock bios too
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: Svet on 27-September-12, 20:45:55
appears to be FAN design limitation then, since it don't follows newest lesser RPM vBIOS values.
can you email me your vbios to double check for possible options?

Also forgot to mention, try re-install VGA drivers in some cases are need to reflect new vbios changes.
Remove current one in Safe Mode with >>Driver Fusion<< (http://treexy.com/products/driver-fusion/) 1st,
before reinstall VGA drivers.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: GT60user on 28-September-12, 10:15:48
Hey there,

Im having an issue with Nvflash detecting my GTX 670M with NVflash 5.118. I was able to successfully flash the bios on the card (655/1500/1350) and test it with Unigine Heaven and BF3 earlier today and noticed a FPS increase which was good. However, when i was playing BF3 later on this night it crashed during gameplay so i decided to open svet's tool and lower the core clocks from 675 to 655 on po and p1. When i went to flash the new rom with lower core clocks in cmd.exe it was stating that "No NVIDIA display adapter detected". When i tried to flash the original rom, nvflash in cmd prompt stated it had an error while trying to do something with a PROM Pin and failed flashing and got this error a few times. Eventually i was able to flash to original vbios. I did try to flash to an overclocked vbios again but got the "Nvidia display adapter not found" error.

My concern is whether i should continue to tweak with the vbios after experiencing this issue or continue on until i can find a stable overclock if i can get the vbios to flash? I was hoping to get core at least to 700  :cry: I'm new to overclocking by means of flashing so maybe someone can assist me? Thank you.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: Svet on 28-September-12, 14:22:06
yes it can hapends, the card is N/A when its not used.
when this hapends reboot notebook and try again.

when you set a new freq. test it for longer period of time before flash it or apply the settings within vbios.
also apply with lesser steps when increase the freq.
other tip is find out stable core freq 1st, then eventually test the mem. freq.
don't boost both at once else if there is stability problem occur you will not know what cause it
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: nu on 28-September-12, 18:03:15
appears to be FAN design limitation then, since it don't follows newest lesser RPM vBIOS values.
probably it is limited by minimum voltage around 4V because manually conecting 5V was louder then bios controlled idle.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: Svet on 03-October-12, 16:48:10
Update notification:

Add Voltage Control for supported Kepler cards complete.

New Version delayed, planning to add Power Control too for Kepler cards before release the new version.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: neoroy on 07-October-12, 19:26:25
Now this tool supports Kepler cards, nice work Svet  :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: MaxRink on 26-October-12, 15:44:16
Hi Svet,

my updater says:(http://www.imghost.de//img/png/TH_af07c15251acab399501758cf57b13b7.png)
But i have internetconnection all the Time.
Can you say me whats the reason?

Thanks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: Svet on 26-October-12, 15:51:40
looks like it cannot detect your inet connection,[possible blocked by firewall]
check email


EDIT:

Quote from: MaxRink
now it works. Thanks. My old version was 1.26. I thougt, that this was too old.

 :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: deranger on 01-November-12, 12:18:32
Update notification:

Add Voltage Control for supported Kepler cards complete.

New Version delayed, planning to add Power Control too for Kepler cards before release the new version.

Any ETA on the new version with Kepler support?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.33a]
Post by: Svet on 01-November-12, 13:51:09
Any ETA on the new version with Kepler support?

No ETA, but think will be done up to a week.[voltage+power+ some other minor updates, related to desktop kepler cards]

EDIT:
Complete 100%
estimated release time: 2 hours (include final testing and verifications)
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 10-November-12, 03:56:46
Version has been updated  [ 2.33a ==> 2.35d ]:

* Improve tool performance
* Update boot Fan Duty PWM to add support for 660Ti new type GB variable.
* Adjust low FAN limit to 5%
* Add voltage adjust for supported Kepler GPUs [available at voltage tune]
* Add power control for supported Kepler GPUs [available at power control]
    -Board Power (default/max)
    -Power Target (100%/max)
    + calc. and shows power Limit % in real time before apply desired changes.

Update is available to donors via Tool's update module.

Best Regards,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: noobzed on 10-November-12, 12:03:06
Is it possible with your tool to specify a default modified frequencies and power target and boost ? Or it can only be done with third party tool ? If not, do you plan to integrate these modifications possibilities and if yes, do you have an ETA ?

:D
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 10-November-12, 16:22:24
frequencies modifications for Kepler is N/A yet, but will be done with next version.

Quote
If not, do you plan to integrate these modifications possibilities and if yes, do you have an ETA ?

yes i do planning this, no ETA but will do it asap.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: curran77 on 15-November-12, 16:07:32
Hey Svet.. i just had 1 query.. i am plannin to buy MSI's GTX 660 Ti Power Edition.. i know there are overvolting problems in it.. which 'Toms Hardware' showed.. i just wanted to confirm with you.. if i purchase this card.. will i have any problems.. and if Yes.. then could it be solved with the Kepler VBIOS Tuner that you have made..? i mean like could i undervolt or something so that the card would be stable.. hoping for a reply soon.. coz i can't wait to buy it.. :) :)  Thanks a lot & would appreciate your feedback... : :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 15-November-12, 16:13:53
Hey Svet.. i just had 1 query.. i am plannin to buy MSI's GTX 660 Ti Power Edition.. i know there are overvolting problems in it.. which 'Toms Hardware' showed.. i just wanted to confirm with you.. if i purchase this card.. will i have any problems.. and if Yes.. then could it be solved with the Kepler VBIOS Tuner that you have made..? i mean like could i undervolt or something so that the card would be stable.. hoping for a reply soon.. coz i can't wait to buy it.. :) :)  Thanks a lot & would appreciate your feedback... : :biggthumbsup:

Hi

Quote
i am plannin to buy MSI's GTX 660 Ti Power Edition.. i know there are overvolting problems in it.. which 'Toms Hardware' showed..

That's not problem or issue, see official msi statement at: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=162345.0

Quote
i just wanted to confirm with you.. if i purchase this card.. will i have any problems..

the card should works fine like any other msi vga cards and they are covered by MSI's warranty

Quote
could it be solved with the Kepler VBIOS Tuner that you have made..? i mean like could i undervolt or something so that the card would be stable.. hoping for a reply soon..

yes, you can modify its voltage to desired one.

Quote
Thanks a lot & would appreciate your feedback... :

np :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: curran77 on 15-November-12, 16:21:01
Hi

That's not problem or issue, see official msi statement at: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=162345.0

the card should works fine like any other msi vga cards and they are covered by MSI's warranty

yes, you can modify its voltage to desired one.

np :hat tip:

thanks a lot for the quick reply Svet.. i just have one more question.. i must say.. i am a noob in overclocking & stuff.. i just want to knw how can i modify the voltage & to which number should i modify if there is any issue..& will i have to update my BIOS or something when i purchase it.. or just install the Latest Nvidia Drivers from their website..? THANKS A LOT.. :) :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 15-November-12, 16:26:10
thanks a lot for the quick reply Svet.. i just have one more question.. i must say.. i am a noob in overclocking & stuff.. i just want to knw how can i modify the voltage & to which number should i modify if there is any issue..& will i have to update my BIOS or something when i purchase it.. or just install the Latest Nvidia Drivers from their website..? THANKS A LOT.. :) :)

if you have any issue with it you can open new topic in correct section for troubleshooting.

Quote
or just install the Latest Nvidia Drivers from their website..?

normally yes.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: curran77 on 15-November-12, 16:32:17
if you have any issue with it you can open new topic in correct section for troubleshooting.

normally yes.

really sorry..  :undecided:i am new to this forum.. where exactly is the correct section for troubleshooting.. or can i just open new topic by naming the subject.?  :noidea:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 15-November-12, 16:34:47
really sorry..  :undecided:i am new to this forum.. where exactly is the correct section for troubleshooting.. or can i just open new topic by naming the subject.?  :noidea:

here in you can open a new topic: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?board=9.0
but you have nothing for troubleshooting yet, cause you don't any issue and you don't have the card too
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: curran77 on 15-November-12, 16:40:17
here in you can open a new topic: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?board=9.0
but you have nothing for troubleshooting yet, cause you don't any issue and you don't have the card too

am placing an order right now.. :) thanks a lot Svet.. really appreciate your help.. was so frustrated whether to buy this card or not.. m plannin since months now.. will update you if there is any issue..  :-P) which there should not be..  :)  and i have a Cooler Master eXtreme Power Plus 600W PSU.. i hope this would handle the card.. :)  :smile:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 15-November-12, 16:51:44
am placing an order right now.. :) thanks a lot Svet.. really appreciate your help.. was so frustrated whether to buy this card or not.. m plannin since months now.. will update you if there is any issue..  :-P) which there should not be..  :)  and i have a Cooler Master eXtreme Power Plus 600W PSU.. i hope this would handle the card.. :)  :smile:

Yes, the PSU should be fine as well :)

P.S, Update notification:
Memory freq.(for states [P0,P2,P5,P8]) adjustment for Kepler supported cards, build is in progress
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: omega939 on 16-November-12, 06:22:01
@Svet

Done with the donation... awaiting your bios tuner. Tnx
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 16-November-12, 06:53:18
@Svet

Done with the donation... awaiting your bios tuner. Tnx

already sent :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: tamjinhang on 17-November-12, 15:50:58
hi there, currently having 1.27n of ur vbios tuner (i know it's old, havent used for some time ><)
when i run the updater, it tells me i'm already using the latest version of svet's tuner! any alternate way for me to update the vbios tuner?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 17-November-12, 15:57:54
hi there, currently having 1.27n of ur vbios tuner (i know it's old, havent used for some time ><)
when i run the updater, it tells me i'm already using the latest version of svet's tuner! any alternate way for me to update the vbios tuner?

Yep, latest version resent. :hat tip:
When check for updates, make sure that there is nothing that blocks the updater.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: alkado on 18-November-12, 09:54:03
Svet, is it possible to obtain your greatest VBios tools for free?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 18-November-12, 16:27:33
nope
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: soopah on 18-November-12, 16:28:17
Svet can you send me the winner lottery number? for free
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: thyhoivoz on 23-November-12, 07:20:28
Svet bios tuner can be addjust voltage kepler go higher than 1.212V?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 23-November-12, 07:24:12
Nope, that's the maximum allowed by HW.

P.S:
Memory freq. adjustment (for states [P0,P2,P5,P8]) for Kepler supported cards: Complete.

New version delayed, waited to finish other planned tasks too, gpu clock freq. modifications and others,
full details when its done.

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Nemix77 on 24-November-12, 01:45:19
Hi,

Would you be able to add support for a MSI GTX 650 1GB/OC, I'm getting the card some time next week and would like to make some permanent overclocking changes to the VBIOS after testing the card is 100% stable with the overclock. 

I can upload the BIOS to this thread if you need it to add support for the card.

If it makes it easier, I can also get a MSI GTX 650 Ti PE 1GB/OC but that's only if you absolutely cannot add support the the MSI GTX 650 1GB/OC because the Ti would cost me 50% more for a 30% gain in performance and better cooling.

Thanks in advance,
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 24-November-12, 01:50:51
Hi,

Would you be able to add support for a MSI GTX 650 1GB/OC, I'm getting the card some time next week and would like to make some permanent overclocking changes to the VBIOS after testing the card is 100% stable with the overclock. 

I can upload the BIOS to this thread if you need it to add support for the card.

If it makes it easier, I can also get a MSI GTX 650 Ti PE 1GB/OC but that's only if you absolutely cannot add support the the MSI GTX 650 1GB/OC because the Ti would cost me 50% more for a 30% gain in performance and better cooling.

Thanks in advance,

Hi,

Would you be able to add support for a MSI GTX 650 1GB/OC, I'm getting the card some time next week and would like to make some permanent overclocking changes to the VBIOS after testing the card is 100% stable with the overclock. 

I can upload the BIOS to this thread if you need it to add support for the card.

Yep, you can email me your vbios and i would add support for it with the next tool version. [as 650 is not supported yet]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Nemix77 on 24-November-12, 02:53:54
Thanks so much, I'll be getting the card next week sometime what application should I use to backup the original BIOS?

Also there's an update for the BIOS on MSI's website for the card I'm going to be getting (MSI GTX 650 1GB/OC), should I update the BIOS first before backup or backup the factory BIOS then update or maybe I'll just send you both (before and after update)?

You've made my weekend thanks again.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 24-November-12, 02:57:28
both of them
for bios backup use >>Download NVFLASH for windows<< (http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2133/NVFlash_5.118_for_Windows.html)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: omega939 on 25-November-12, 17:53:54
Svet,

I have a gtx670m and I can tweak the voltage settings "P0 state (Turbo Mode)".  My problem is, is when I put the voltage settings to 0.84V (840mV). it seems that when i use "afterburner" I can't oc the video card. it always stays at default speed. Is it manufactured locked? Can you help me with this one? this is the screen shot
(http://img163.imageshack.us/img163/9586/svetx.jpg)

Here is my gpu vbios...
http://www.sendspace.com/file/rdqdr5 (http://www.sendspace.com/file/rdqdr7)

Question... How can i attach the file of my vbios here on my post? sorry for the noob question though....

Got it. Thanks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: flobelix on 25-November-12, 17:55:22
Upload it to a file hoster like sendspace and post the link to the file here.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 26-November-12, 01:05:16
@omega939

Checked and changes are done properly, so its not tool bug/issue.

What NB you have?
If you have retail MSI NB model, be noted that P0 is only used when NB turbo mode is activated,
else max load its capped to P1
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: doubleohseven on 26-November-12, 01:35:03
Hey Svet, I recently had to format my computer and lost your tool. I still have the original email you sent me, but the link is dead. How can I go about obtaining a new copy?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 26-November-12, 01:39:17
Hey Svet, I recently had to format my computer and lost your tool. I still have the original email you sent me, but the link is dead. How can I go about obtaining a new copy?

I've resent the latest version to you :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: doubleohseven on 26-November-12, 02:19:54
I've resent the latest version to you :hat tip:

Ah, thanks for the quick response sir! :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: omega939 on 26-November-12, 03:57:25
Quote
What NB you have?
If you have retail MSI NB model, be noted that P0 is only used when NB turbo mode is activated,
else max load its capped to P1

I am using MSI GT60 NB. so P0 is the switch for Turbo Mode only? Then I have to change the volts of P1 if I dont enable turbo mode and if I am using other 3d App's right? Will check on this when i get home then.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 26-November-12, 04:00:42
Yes, that's right

Ah, thanks for the quick response sir! :biggthumbsup:

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: darkhawk on 26-November-12, 05:08:31
Svet,

offhand, what can we change in regards to a GTX680m using your firmware? Can we change the core clock and memory clocks? Just wondering, as once I get stable regarding the network connection, I'd like to up the GPU a bit to enable more features.   ;-))
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 26-November-12, 05:36:56
kepler mobiles are not supported yet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: omega939 on 27-November-12, 16:27:19
Svet,

I can changed the fan speed settings under this tool. But why issit that the fan is not blowing @full throttle when temps reach more than 70%?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 27-November-12, 16:29:29
Svet,

I can changed the fan speed settings under this tool. But why issit that the fan is not blowing @full throttle when temps reach more than 70%?

for NBs, the FAN [CPU/VGA] is controlled by EC as the VGA don't have own attached to it.
for your NB, you can use Cooler Boost button to force CPU/VGA FAN at 100%
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: NamesLucky on 29-November-12, 03:46:23
I'm sorry if I missed it in the posts, but can this be used to get the max 1.21v and/or adjust power target past 114% with msi gtx 670 power edition cards?  I'm currently having problems with other means of getting 1.21v since this card is non-reference.  I keep having my clocks bounce around when doing a heaven benchmark run is I used an unlocked bios.  The will fluxuate erratically during the test.  My temps are sub-zero (sometimes peak into the 1-3C range) so thermal throttling is not the issue.  Please let me know what you think, and I'll give it a try if it can be used for this.   
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 29-November-12, 07:16:44
Hi NamesLucky

Quote
I'm sorry if I missed it in the posts, but can this be used to get the max 1.21v and/or adjust power target past 114% with msi gtx 670 power edition cards?

yes those functions are already supported
you can adjust voltage & config power limit to derided level
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: NamesLucky on 30-November-12, 03:08:12
Has anyone used this on 670 power editions that can confirm the core clocks do not bounce erratically around under load?  Every other means of getting 1.21v seems to do this to these cards in paticular.  Or Svet, do you know the occurance I'm talking about when other flash unlocked bios' to these cards?  Will this happen with your program if I set the clocks in the bios?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 30-November-12, 14:28:51
Depend, typically only LN2 based BIOSes has throttling mechanism disabled.
can't tell how your card will react
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: dougandtoni on 30-November-12, 21:12:23
Hi. I am using version 120f and went to update it but keeps saying no internet connection but yet I am writing this and viewing this forum so my internet connection is good. Cheers Doug
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: Svet on 01-December-12, 05:12:06
Hi. I am using version 120f and went to update it but keeps saying no internet connection but yet I am writing this and viewing this forum so my internet connection is good. Cheers Doug

In too older versions inet check host used went down and this cause the issue.
In future version its replaced with more relative one.
I've resent you latest version :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.35d]
Post by: dougandtoni on 01-December-12, 05:46:03
In too older versions inet check host used went down and this cause the issue.
In future version its replaced with more relative one.
I've resent you latest version :hat tip:

Thanks Svet. It is working again  :worship:
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.36f]
Post by: Svet on 01-December-12, 16:50:45
Thanks Svet. It is working again  :worship:

 :hat tip:

P.S.: Core and other planed changes will take more time than expected, therefor:

Version has been updated  [ 2.35d ==> 2.36f ]:

* Add Memory frequency adjustment for Kepler supported cards for states [P0,P2,P5,P8]


Update is available to donors via Tool's update module.

Best Regards,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.36f]
Post by: grzybek on 08-December-12, 15:00:14
Hi ,  whether this editor supports 660gtx oem 3gb?


My bios

sendspace.com/file/et4su3


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.36f]
Post by: Svet on 08-December-12, 15:04:33
Hi ,  whether this editor supports 660gtx oem 3gb?


My bios

sendspace.com/file/et4su3

Checked, and this one nope, not yet, seems its a new type.
Will add support for it and update the tool
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.36f]
Post by: grzybek on 08-December-12, 15:52:23
I do not know if it will help on the card is mounted rebranded chil 8318 or 8228.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.36f]
Post by: Svet on 08-December-12, 16:00:52
oks, thx for the info :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.36f]
Post by: Svet on 13-December-12, 11:03:50
Any further non technical discussion will be removed.

Update info:
A new version update is scheduled for late today.

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.36f]
Post by: grzybek on 13-December-12, 14:51:59
New version includes support for 660gtx oem?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.36f]
Post by: Svet on 13-December-12, 15:27:35
Yep, but its not released yet[will be later tonight]
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 14-December-12, 21:47:24
Version has been updated  [ 2.36f ==> 2.37g ]:

* Add support for GTX 660 OEM
* Change minimum boot Fan Duty PWM to 10% [when operating outside Windows]


Update is available to donors via Tool's update module.

Best Regards,
Svet

Continue to work over planed tasks and features.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: jmphillips332 on 15-December-12, 05:30:00
Could I please have a link to new version?  I have version 1.14s and it says cannot detect active internet connection when trying to update.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 15-December-12, 05:32:34
Yep, this issue is fixed in recent versions.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: qhfreddy on 16-December-12, 17:04:45
Any chance I can get this for a donation of less than 15 euros?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 16-December-12, 17:18:04
nope
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: ligrew on 17-December-12, 10:18:32
Hi Svet,

Are you going to support 675MX and 670 MX in your tool?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 17-December-12, 12:35:06
Hi ligrew,

Yep, after finish with desktop keplers will start adding mobile one.
But can't tell specified time for it.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Pondus on 18-December-12, 18:51:47
thnx
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 19-December-12, 21:36:04
@Klaus at klaus********@gmx.at
If you reading this, email me with alternative email for distribution.
The tool was sent to you last week almost instantly.
I received your email from this week that you haven't received it, [dunno why is this, there is no any error returned to me]
few days ago and reply back to you with everything was resent.
Also sent you 4 more emails from different and other email sources. [@gmail.com, @yahoo.com]
But don't have any reply from you.
Which suggest that something is wrong with your email @gmx.at and you cannot receive emails for some reason.
If that's the case, email me and tell me alternative email address.
Thank you.



Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: immppa on 20-December-12, 13:47:07
I have the old version 1.16 and i cannot update :(
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 20-December-12, 14:16:19
Quote from: Klaus
Thank you very much Svet!

I was very impatient because i don't receive your mail through my external email-client, now i logged in at gmx and your mails was sent to Spam, so i don't received it until now. Sorry for the long time being silent.

Best Regards,
Klaus

 :hat tip:

I have the old version 1.16 and i cannot update :(

check email
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: rtflol on 21-December-12, 18:41:04
Svet,

I have to say, amazing tool. I only have one request for you, are you able to add support for the LN2 BIOS from MSI? I think a lot of us would be grateful if you can get that BIOS to work. I have attached a copy of the BIOS hoping for you to add support to it, as right now it just says there is no support for the selected BIOS.

Link:
Quote
sendspace.com/file/u4nemx

Thank you,
Rtflol
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 21-December-12, 18:46:36
Hi rtflol,

I've checked your vBIOS and its supported.
what issue you have with it?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: rtflol on 21-December-12, 18:54:57
Hi rtflol,

I've checked your vBIOS and its supported.
what issue you have with it?

Thanks for the reply, when I click max voltage limit, it states VBIOS is not supported. Is that something that is supposed to be working?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 21-December-12, 18:56:55
Thanks for the reply, when I click max voltage limit, it states VBIOS is not supported. Is that something that is supposed to be working?

that's suppose to be, this function is for Fermi's desktop gpu's only.
to setup voltage for Kepler, you can use voltage adjust instead.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: rtflol on 21-December-12, 19:00:09
that's suppose to be, this function is for Fermi's desktop gpu's only.
to setup voltage for Kepler, you can use voltage adjust instead.

Okay, it is a desktop GPU, but if voltage adjust is what I am supposed to use, then no problem. I know this is out of the topic, but are you adding core adjust anytime soon? I read that you were stabilizing it but I wanted to get the word out of you, since I really want to mod the core on this.

Thanks again!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 21-December-12, 19:03:34
Okay, it is a desktop GPU, but if voltage adjust is what I am supposed to use, then no problem. I know this is out of the topic, but are you adding core adjust anytime soon? I read that you were stabilizing it but I wanted to get the word out of you, since I really want to mod the core on this.

Thanks again!

Yes, Kepler core adjust, this is my priority now. But can't tell specified date when will be done.
Im doing my best to be done asap.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: rtflol on 22-December-12, 07:02:19
Sounds great, your the only one who has done a great job, there are many tools out there and yours is just the best, this is why it excites me to know that core management is coming soon.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Scouty on 22-December-12, 10:58:03
hey Svet , do this tool by-pass nvidia 3xx drivers throttling ? because my GTX550 ti runs at 1ghz max core, even setting to run 1100mhz (for ex.) in the gpu-z sensor and all other tools shows true clock as 1000mhz...

thx in advance
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 22-December-12, 14:42:57
Sounds great, your the only one who has done a great job, there are many tools out there and yours is just the best, this is why it excites me to know that core management is coming soon.

Thanks for kind of words :hat tip:

hey Svet , do this tool by-pass nvidia 3xx drivers throttling ? because my GTX550 ti runs at 1ghz max core, even setting to run 1100mhz (for ex.) in the gpu-z sensor and all other tools shows true clock as 1000mhz...

thx in advance

Hi Scouty, nope the tool is not related to VGA drivers used :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Clyne87 on 24-December-12, 04:03:49
Hey Svet,

I've specifically came here just for this. I've read up on the forums and a 1.025v step up would solve my nvidia driver has crashed issues in GW2.
Mine is a reference GTX 560m card.

w w w . filedropper.com/bios

Can i know if the program can modify my bios ?
Can i test flash the card before i donate and try other power features ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 24-December-12, 04:09:42
your files is not proper vbios image, but something else[looks PS BIOS image, tool can't proceed those files]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Clyne87 on 24-December-12, 04:22:55
Give  me a moment. Free file host has overwritten my link.

www . filedropper.com/gf116
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 24-December-12, 04:31:40
Give  me a moment. Free file host has overwritten my link.

www . filedropper.com/gf116

its already at max possible voltage for your vbios image [1V]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Clyne87 on 24-December-12, 04:37:14
It is okay. Thanks for the help though.

Cheers !
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 24-December-12, 04:38:56
np :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 29-December-12, 05:36:04
Update info:

Kepler(for desktop cards) core management progress: 100% complete.
Approximately ETA up to 12 Jan 2013

this reply will be updated with % completed

EDIT:
Adding support for new card before release the next version. - complete.

EDIT2:
Fixing compatibility with recently released vbios types..: 100% complete.

EDIT3:
Releasing new version.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: fonzy35 on 04-January-13, 07:25:58
Might be a stupid question but I can't find the link to download Svet Fermi/Kepler Vbios tuner
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 04-January-13, 07:28:59
its available on donation, details are in 1st topic
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: alex12 on 07-January-13, 14:45:53
Hi,

I have a problem with the software I can not change the frequency of my card and when I want to update impossible ..

Here is a screen

(http://img10.imageshack.us/img10/3994/60105682.png)

Translated non English language to English
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 07-January-13, 16:32:56
@alex12

Please use English language only, I've translated your non English language to English.

Check your email, i need to verify you as Tool owner to be able to sent you updated tuner version.

BR,
Svet


@Clyne87

Quote
Hey Svet,

I've specifically came here just for this. I've read up on the forums and a 1.025v step up would solve my nvidia driver has crashed issues in GW2.
Mine is a reference GTX 560m card.

w w w . filedropper.com/bios

Can i know if the program can modify my bios ?

You can try to reduce GPU's core & memory clocks in attempt to gain stability, since the card is already using maximum allowed voltage. [1V]
Also check it for overheating issues.

Quote
Can i know if the program can modify my bios ?

Yes, it can.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: alex12 on 07-January-13, 18:36:38
Thank for your answers.

In fact I have buy my laptop and there was this software on it(the software isn't buy with my email adress), It work fantastic when I had gtx 570m then I have flash my 570m to 670m and now the soft doesn't work... Can you help me please

(sorry for my english  ;D)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Svet on 07-January-13, 18:51:12
i can sent only to tool owners, you can become tuner owner with donation, look 1st topic for details.
or ask original NB owner about it.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: alex12 on 07-January-13, 19:14:43
I already have the software I just want to update it to work again, when I bought the computer I normally become the owner of the software that are in.

I have bought it there are more six month it's difficult to contact the first owner just for that ^^

thank you anyway for your help
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: Meaker on 08-January-13, 03:49:48
Nope, this is licensed software to the original purchaser only, it's only 15 euros after all.

It's like saying because you bought a computer with an MMO installed on it you are entitled to an account.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.37g]
Post by: enkrypt3d on 13-January-13, 03:46:38
Svet is there anything u cant do with these devices!? lol  :hiha: :agrees: :shocking: :dance: :party:
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 17-January-13, 21:48:46
Version has been updated  [ 2.37g ==> 2.40k ]:

* Add support for new vbios type variable of GTX 680
* Add support for Quadro 4000M
* Add Core Management support for Kepler's GPU:
   - Configure P-State Maximum Frequency [Sub domains auto applied based on desired frequency]
   - Configure Maximum Voltage Frequency [Sub domains auto calculated with 26MHz steps and applied based on desired frequency]
   - Configure Essential P-State (Default clock, Boost clock, domain 3[when Turbo Boost is ON])
      [chooses auto determinate based on P-State and Voltage Frequency, domain 4 auto adjust depend of Boost state]
   - Configure 3D Boost and Turbo Boost



Update is available to donors via Tool's update module.

Best Regards,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: jumpstyler101214 on 27-January-13, 13:46:15
hey everyone i'm new here but can you unlock my voltages to the highest possible my graphiccard can handle please because i can't donate with paypal cuz i don't have it.

gpuz.techpowerup.com/13/01/27/aqx.png (picture of my specs from the graphicscard)

and that's my rom file for it to voltmod it.

2shared.com/file/Of5qOGNj/GTX_675m_Chiligreen.html

my notebook brand is Chiligreen. if this is needed. thanks and greets from austria.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 27-January-13, 14:03:53
Quote
hey everyone i'm new here but can you unlock my voltages to the highest possible my graphiccard can handle please because i can't donate with paypal cuz i don't have it.

How to donate without having a PayPal account: http://aifs2.pvdveen.net/?p=152
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: jumpstyler101214 on 27-January-13, 14:33:13
How to donate without having a PayPal account: http://aifs2.pvdveen.net/?p=152
okay looks good but without a credit card too is it impossible can i donate with a paysafe card maybe?
you are such a god if u could make it for me  :hypocrite:

i wish that i could have that modified bios at this moment :( i need it really now to play crysis 2 maxed out with good fps or farcry 3
could u maybe do this for me without a donation?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: flobelix on 27-January-13, 18:09:16
You have been told how you can donate. If you can't or don't want to Svet can't help you. If you don't have a PayPal account create one.

And no Svet does not work on any modifiactions for free. Please cease these requests
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: jumpstyler101214 on 28-January-13, 00:42:18
You have been told how you can donate. If you can't or don't want to Svet can't help you. If you don't have a PayPal account create one.

And no Svet does not work on any modifiactions for free. Please cease these requests

okay i got it i make no more troubles but one question does he only accept a donation from paypal or does he also accept paysafe cards? thats the fastest way to pay for me with paypal i have to wait a few days that the money from my bank is transfered to paypal. and if i send him the paypal cards he gets them in a few seconds and it's finished donating or? because money is just money^^

and how much money i have to donate to get the program?
greets
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: flobelix on 29-January-13, 15:20:57
Quote from: jumpstyler101214
and how much money i have to donate to get the program?

Maybe click on the donate button to find out: Svet's VBIOS Tuner Total: €15.00EUR


***********************************

Svet's VBIOS Tuner is available on donation:
>>> (https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/btn_donate_LG.gif) (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=D74AMHR33QYY8) <<<
Once donation is done, the Tool will be e-mailed to the co-respond person,
who also will gain donation free further versions{updates} of the Tuner.
[etc. this donation is need only once per person]
[if someone wish to donate further, it can be done directly from Tool's main interface where can be set a custom donation amount]

***********************************



Quote from: jumpstyler101214
okay i got it i make no more troubles but one question does he only accept a donation from paypal or does he also accept paysafe cards?

As you have been told before Paypal or
How to donate without having a PayPal account: http://aifs2.pvdveen.net/?p=152

Quote from: jumpstyler101214
thats the fastest way to pay for me with paypal i have to wait a few days that the money from my bank is transfered to paypal.

Nope, nothing's faster then Paypal per direct debit.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: noobzed on 10-February-13, 18:15:22
(http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2013/06/1360516395-sans-titre.png)

Got and error ...
Win 8 x64, Svet's VBIOS Tuner updated
Tried bios.rom in folder or not, same error
Tried administrator mode and/or compatibilty mode

Any suggestion ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 10-February-13, 18:20:29
Hello,

place bios.rom in C:\
then try again
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 21:22:08
i just donated, when im gonna get my copy?

i want it quick >.<

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-13, 21:23:58
Normally near instantly within few minutes.
It's sent already.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 21:34:21
got a one question,

is mxm based vga vbios can handle fan speed of laptop?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-13, 21:43:43
in NBs typically FAN is controlled by EC, if there is no FAN attached to dedicated card.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 21:54:21
thanks about it, it says fan control is useable but i guess its not gonna be,

can you tell me about P-state?

im using mobile vga
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-13, 21:55:59
Yep, what GPU you have?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 22:01:02
laptop is MSI gt60 , 675m

im trying to modify voltage at this point,

tried to flash and nvidia flasher says

no nvidia graphic found! and poop, gone


had to turn this thing on somehow,  found out why and how

+ it doesnt even need to reboot to take effect? or..
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-13, 22:06:25
Quote
laptop is MSI gt60 , 675m

aha ok, its one FAN for both CPU&GPU
i can adjust FAN speed to desired levels with custom EC-FW, tell what is your EC version used.
[look in bios setup system information]


Quote
im trying to modify voltage at this point,

tried to flash and nvidia flasher says

no nvidia graphic found! and poop, gone

oki, with dedicated GPU's they are turned off when its not used,
so the nvidia flasher not always can detected them within windows.
try run some 3d applications 1st, like GPU-Z to activate the discrete GPU,
then save it with nvflash tool, or save it within GPU-Z.
if its the same reboot NB, then try again to save it.
else use dos nvidia flasher to get it vbios backup.

Quote
im trying to modify voltage at this point,

oks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 22:08:20
ok its working fine!

i had to reboot. but since i couldnt change max voltage, its not gonna work at i want!


my ECFW is 16F3EMS1.413, flashed like 1 hours ago
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-13, 22:10:32
Quote
ok its working fine!

i had to reboot. but since i couldnt change max voltage, its not gonna work at i want!

max voltage limit is for desktop GPUs, not for mobiles.
to change voltage for mobiles, use voltage tune.

Quote
my ECFW is 16F3EMS1.413, flashed like 1 hours ago

oki, what kind of FAN changes you would to apply?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 22:13:45
well.. thats kind of hard

i had to test some value

and find out which one is quieter, without overheating >.<


but ok, what kind of value do you want?

is it something like 10~100?

and what is voltage tune? i googled it but there was bunch of non related stuff
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-13, 22:21:46
Quote
and what is voltage tune? i googled it but there was bunch of non related stuff

It's menu named "Voltage Tune" from vbios tuner, where you can set voltage of the vbios.


Quote
well.. thats kind of hard
i had to test some value
and find out which one is quieter, without overheating >.<
but ok, what kind of value do you want?
is it something like 10~100?

its more complex than 2 values, but following a curve depend of temp scenario.
well test it how its by default, and tell what kind of adjustment would you like.

like: more quit at idle or/and more rapid response or/and more boosted FAN at NB load. or opposite.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 22:25:29
i changed voltage as 0.850 but my vga is working at 0.920
it went down, funny thing is

it was 0.920 at idle, and when i start use some resource, it goes down to 0.850

its ok its just me being stupid, lol



how do i find out what kind of value my ECFW has?

i really dont know anything about bios >.<
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-13, 22:33:24
Quote
how do i find out what kind of value my ECFW has?
i really dont know anything about bios >.<

Check PM
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 22:35:35
sorry i can see that is speed of fan as percentage,

but i really dont know what to do with those value : (
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-13, 22:39:41
its a graph described from lowest temp at CPU/GPU at idle to high temp and full load of CPU/GPU.

from left to right, where lower fan % is idle, and max fan % is machine at full load.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 22:42:24
what is low temp start from?

and is there any way to communicate?

i feel like doing something wrong
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-13, 22:49:28
nope, but the load freq. is related to the temp so they are connected,
check PM again, i included temp triggers
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 22:55:05
can you change value of triggers too?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-13, 22:56:14
yes
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 23:03:21
i will use email after this!



if this isnt hard and doesnt mind you much,

can you make the fan running at 25% only at any temp, for test purpose

and make the same ecfw as 40%, 45%, 50%? if this isnt hard job to do : |

or is there any way to change the fan speed?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-13, 23:12:01
Yes, but this is not good idea. this will cause NB to overheat at high load.

Put CPU at full load with Prime95: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Others/Home-Education/Prime95.shtml
[Small FFTs]
Then check load temp with HW Monitor:
http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 23:18:46
already tried and found out two answers,

when idle cpu temp doesnt go up to 45~

when its full load(with msi kombustor) temp goes up to 90~ even with 100% fan

what i wanna find out is

1. what is lowest fan speed for idle/temp hold less than 50'

2. let gpu heat up to 85', fan speed goes up slow as possible but for this i had to test some values >.<



id like to make my laptop quiet as possible!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Terbits on 12-February-13, 23:31:26
Thanks for the help Svet!

i will try not to bother you as best as possible,

but we both know i will.. : |

have a nice day!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-13, 23:35:30
Oki will prepare those test versions and send to you when its done.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: bode1954 on 14-February-13, 04:51:07
svet i sent you the money long time ago i  have transaction number and everything you need but my d/l link has expired

please send me new link thanks!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 14-February-13, 04:54:12
Quote from: Terbits
you are the best, svet : )

np :hat tip:

svet i sent you the money long time ago i  have transaction number and everything you need but my d/l link has expired

please send me new link thanks!

Checked and verified, latest version resent :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: ZUBR64 on 14-February-13, 11:06:31
i don't understand how to download this program. I don't see any link!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: jdeleon127 on 14-February-13, 11:55:59
donated recently and still havent got DL link/ emaild u transaction id  cant wait to use this programs thx
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 14-February-13, 18:41:07
i don't understand how to download this program. I don't see any link!

there is no link, its available on donation

donated recently and still havent got DL link/ emaild u transaction id  cant wait to use this programs thx

it was sent to your original email used for donation instantly, [you didn't say that you wanted to be send at different email address]
i've received your email that you wanted to be sent at other email.
i've resent it to as well to the new email.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: jdeleon127 on 15-February-13, 05:13:20
thank you! awesome work here.:biggthumbsup:  my G74 runnning almost like my stock G75
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 15-February-13, 07:04:03
thanks
welcome :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Stay Puft on 18-February-13, 16:53:16
Svet,

When do you plan on making an Amd bios editor?  :yes:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: ygur on 19-February-13, 16:19:49
Hi,

so I got the new version (Donated), I want to edit the 675M Vbios but i always get an error message:  not suported rom file

what do I need to do in order to edit this rom?
where can I get a rom for 675M that the editor will be able to recognize?

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 19-February-13, 16:22:27
Hi,

so I got the new version (Donated), I want to edit the 675M Vbios but i alwayes get an error message:  not suported rom file

what do I need to do in order to edit this rom?
where can I get a rom for 675M that the editor will be able to recognize?

email me your vbios version to take a look
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: ygur on 19-February-13, 16:58:23
email me your vbios version to take a look

Sent
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 19-February-13, 17:04:26
checked it and this is 675MX[not supported] card, with mobile Kepler.
mobile Keplers aren't supported by the tool, at least not yet.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: ygur on 20-February-13, 08:45:43
checked it and this is 675MX[not supported] card, with mobile Kepler.
mobile Keplers aren't supported by the tool, at least not yet.

How did you manage to see that this rom is for 675MX?
Can I use a 675M rom instead?
Do you have any idea whats the meaning of this message:

"ERROR: Valid MXM structure not found
POST halted for 30 seconds, P-State limited to P10…"


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 20-February-13, 10:09:50
Quote
How did you manage to see that this rom is for 675MX?

but inspecting your vbios image that you sent me.
It's CLEVO's 675MX vbios for mobile kepler card

Quote
Can I use a 675M rom instead?

nope, if you this it will probably kill the card

Quote
Do you have any idea whats the meaning of this message:

"ERROR: Valid MXM structure not found
POST halted for 30 seconds, P-State limited to P10…"

it means the card isn't compatible with your NB and will run at basic performance.
check its underload GPU's clock within windows
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: ygur on 20-February-13, 10:19:58
but inspecting your vbios image that you sent me.
It's CLEVO's 675MX vbios for mobile kepler card

Can you please tell me what inspection tool you used to see the rom details?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 20-February-13, 10:24:37
for this quick check, simple hexeditor
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Stay Puft on 22-February-13, 00:50:08
for this quick check, simple hexeditor

Svet,

I have Titans preordered. Will this editor work on them?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 22-February-13, 09:35:58
Hi Stay Puft,

Need to add support for them eventually.
Will see how's going when they come out.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Stay Puft on 22-February-13, 14:51:23
Hi Stay Puft,

Need to add support for them eventually.
Will see how's going when they come out.

Thank you svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Stay Puft on 22-February-13, 19:42:52
Hi Stay Puft,

Need to add support for them eventually.
Will see how's going when they come out.

Just incase you wanted a GTX Titan Bios

http://www.overclock.net/attachments/10756
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 22-February-13, 19:43:38
its not accessible i guess login is required
you can save your vbios when you the card and email to me
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Jean-Mi on 23-February-13, 15:00:40
Hi Svet,

I've just donate and receive your tool, but i can't save my original bios and i used the 2 méthods gpu-z and nvidia tool
both sends me an error message and close.

i have a msi gt-70 dragon edition with nvidia gtx 675 mx video card.

Thanks for your help.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 23-February-13, 15:13:01
Hi Jean-Mi,

is your 675MX card has proper VGA driver installed?
check it in device manager. Else reboot NB and try again.

Quote
i have a msi gt-70 dragon edition with nvidia gtx 675 mx video card.

FYI, nvidia gtx 675MX is not supported by the tool,[at least not yet] its mobile kepler card which are not supported for now.
675M is supported[mobile fermi]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Jean-Mi on 23-February-13, 19:23:19
When you will include 675 MX card in your tool ? few dates ?
I hope soon ;)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 24-February-13, 14:20:18
When you will include 675 MX card in your tool ? few dates ?
I hope soon ;)

Don't know, can include them eventually, but dunno when.
For now they are not supported.
I'm in research about mobile keplers.
In anyway send me a backup of your vbios to my email,
if/when i add mobiles keplers to ensure that your vbios type will be supported.


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Jean-Mi on 25-February-13, 07:58:08
Ok Svet but Gpu-z freeze when i try to save it
under nvidia inspector there's an error 

(http://gpuz.techpowerup.com/13/02/25/3h7.png)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 25-February-13, 10:04:22
Then use DOS nvflash version: http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2165/NVFlash_5.127.html

create bootable USB key, guide how to: http://www.bay-wolf.com/usbmemstick.htm
once done, extract all nvflash files to the USB key,
then reboot NB and boot from USB key.
when you see A:\ or C:\, type:
nvflash -b myrom.rom [ENTER]

this would save your current vbios to myrom.rom image.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: noobzed on 25-February-13, 11:41:45
Hello,

Is it possible to adjuste the " fan curve " with your tool or am I oblige to use AB ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: Svet on 25-February-13, 19:26:57
Hello,

nope, fan curve is not available.
also think vbios is limited to 2 control points, while with AB you can set them like you want.




P.S: An update is scheduled for tomorrow
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.40k]
Post by: .c0dy on 26-February-13, 21:37:11
Yay. just checked for an update. Thank you. Wondering what the changes are :>
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 26-February-13, 22:14:50
Here is is, :hat tip: minor update, fixed issue reported by user 2 days ago:

Version has been updated  [ 2.40k ==> 2.41s ]:

* Fixed issue: Unable to read clocks and voltage correctly for Zotac 680 GTX



Update is available to donors via Tool's update module.

Best Regards,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Jean-Mi on 27-February-13, 10:26:03
Hi Svet ,
VBios Backup Done  8-))
Please, Give me your mail and i'll send you my vbios...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 27-February-13, 13:32:51
well done, check PM about my email[but you already should have it]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: rhx123 on 28-February-13, 14:17:59
Hey, does this support the 650ti?

Or it not, and I donated, would it be possible for you to add support for it?

Cheers
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 28-February-13, 16:27:25
Hey, does this support the 650ti?

Or it not, and I donated, would it be possible for you to add support for it?

Cheers

Hello,

650ti is not in the supported list.
if you send me the vbios of your card, think can add support for it within a week.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: ruudboek on 03-March-13, 21:02:31
I have a MSI GTX 650 TI. Its power consumption is very modest, especially in idle.
Will this bios mod allow it to run with fans turned off when idle?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 03-March-13, 21:06:17
650 Ti is not supported [can be added if needs]
minimum fan speed is 10%
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: ruudboek on 03-March-13, 21:20:04
I really want my system to be semi-fanless, i mean the gtx 650 ti thermal footprint is just begging for that ;)
Is there a reason why to you keep at it at 10%?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 03-March-13, 21:21:36
because at 0 they are suppose to stop, which is not recommended for most of cards
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: ruudboek on 04-March-13, 01:07:13
Why would it not be recommended? I mean if the cards get too hot, the fans will then simply automatically kick in, i don't really see the problem.
I can also use speedfan to reach the same goal, however, a windows app could potentially hang and the fan could then not kick in, causing overheating.
If the bios would be able to do 0 rpm, then that would be potentially a lot more reliable.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 04-March-13, 13:51:54
cause the cards will overheat, they are not designed for passive cooling, they have too much TDP to be cooled down passive even at idle.

but i can provide such options, that's no problem if you want to experiment.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: rhx123 on 05-March-13, 14:12:37
The reason I also asked to be able to use the 650Ti is to turn the fan off  (0%) also.

I will be receiving my card today, how do I go about sending you the VBIOS?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 05-March-13, 14:17:41
Quote
The reason I also asked to be able to use the 650Ti is to turn the fan off  (0%) also.

oki, will allow 0% with next version

Quote
I will be receiving my card today, how do I go about sending you the VBIOS?

you can email it to me, check PM for details
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: rhx123 on 05-March-13, 19:34:01
I didn't get my card today because the post came before I got home from college.. hopefully I will be able to get it tomorrow.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: noobzed on 05-March-13, 23:18:51
Hello,

I have GTX 680 Classified and there is no support for frequencies adjustment,
possible to look at ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 05-March-13, 23:20:09
email me the vbios to take a look
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: noobzed on 06-March-13, 00:08:37
Done, let me know if you received it.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 06-March-13, 00:15:26
Received it, checked it and all looks fine. [can't see any issue with it]
What tool version you use?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: noobzed on 06-March-13, 00:58:00
OK, was not updated  :bonk:

EDIT:

Why not implement an option to change the brand ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: ygur on 06-March-13, 07:29:16
Hi Svet,

Can you please add support for 675MX ?

If you want I can send you my Vbios

Thanks


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 06-March-13, 15:14:44
OK, was not updated  :bonk:

EDIT:

Why not implement an option to change the brand ?

dunno, cause its not something typical.
may reconsider this, but have more priority stuffs to do for now.


Hi Svet,

Can you please add support for 675MX ?

If you want I can send you my Vbios

Thanks

send me the vbios will try to mod manually for you.
and eventually if tool start support mobile kepler to add it.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: ygur on 06-March-13, 16:43:05
send me the vbios will try to mod manually for you.
and eventually if tool start support mobile kepler to add it.


PM'd you the rom

Thanks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: noobzed on 07-March-13, 09:56:47
Changing the brand is not a big option, but Svet Tuner 'll be more rich with all option available ;)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: rhx123 on 07-March-13, 12:46:48
I have emailed you the vBIOS for the 650Ti now.

I used GPU-Z
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 07-March-13, 14:12:18

PM'd you the rom

Thanks

received it, will see what can i do about wanted thing.
will keep you updated via email

Changing the brand is not a big option, but Svet Tuner 'll be more rich with all option available ;)

yes., that's right

I have emailed you the vBIOS for the 650Ti now.

I used GPU-Z

received it, will add support with next version and note you when its done.
will take some time, could 1-2 weeks, as need to finish other tasks that's already started with next version.


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: noobzed on 08-March-13, 18:16:19
Is it impossible to add something to program the fan course ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: rhx123 on 08-March-13, 19:55:35
I might be wrong here, but as far as I know, the driver is what controls the fan once the card is in use in Windows, so if you want to make your own fan ramp MSI afterburner is the way to go.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: noobzed on 08-March-13, 20:18:39
The idea is to avoid 3rd party programs, all included in bios and voila, you understand ? :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 08-March-13, 21:26:44
Is it impossible to add something to program the fan course ?

there are 2 control points only, its not possible by vbios.
such customization which AB provides isn't possible.


Svet,

I have Titans preordered. Will this editor work on them?

In progress as well, planning to add support for Titans with next version.


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: damitdang on 09-March-13, 00:30:31
Does this tuner work with the gt70 with 680M if so I wouldn't mind donating to use it!  :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: df1ech on 09-March-13, 11:34:21
Hmm Donation version right!

Tell me please what's the difference in SELLING it for 15€ and giving it ONLY after donating 15€ ?

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: flobelix on 09-March-13, 14:37:30
What's the point of this post? Nothing to be disputed here. This is only for technical questions concerning the tuner.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 09-March-13, 15:20:17
Does this tuner work with the gt70 with 680M if so I wouldn't mind donating to use it!  :)

Currently and with next version nope, but you can email me your vbios and i can note you if/when tool start support it.

@df1ech
Only tech discussion.
Thank you.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: httuner on 11-March-13, 14:57:38
Can you make this software support this GPU? I don't want to download this software then not have it work if you know what I mean  :laugh:, would be awesome if you can add support.  :pompom:

Bios is from ASUS G75VX laptop_

GTX 670MX
Download GPU Bios from here: http:// www. sendspace. com/file/l62apm
I can't post external links, so delete the spaces from the link above^^
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 11-March-13, 15:16:16
Can you make this software support this GPU? I don't want to download this software then not have it work if you know what I mean  :laugh:, would be awesome if you can add support.  :pompom:

Bios is from ASUS G75VX laptop_

GTX 670MX
Download GPU Bios from here: http:// www. sendspace. com/file/l62apm
I can't post external links, so delete the spaces from the link above^^

Quote
GTX 670MX
Download GPU Bios from here: http:// www. sendspace. com/file/l62apm
I can't post external links, so delete the spaces from the link above^^

got it

Can you make this software support this GPU? I don't want to download this software then not have it work if you know what I mean  :laugh:, would be awesome if you can add support.  :pompom:

It's mobile kepler, not support for now.
Will note you if the tool start support it.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: httuner on 12-March-13, 10:45:31
Thank you so much, please let me know when this tool will support it, would love to use it on my GTX 670mx
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Cydin on 12-March-13, 13:28:26
I would also love to use this on a GTX 660m
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: ygur on 14-March-13, 19:59:23
why wont you open a site for this lovely tuner?
it will have a lot more exposure then just being presented in a forum thread, don't you think?

 
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 14-March-13, 21:03:17
Thank you so much, please let me know when this tool will support it, would love to use it on my GTX 670mx
I would also love to use this on a GTX 660m

oki, will note you if those become supported

why wont you open a site for this lovely tuner?
it will have a lot more exposure then just being presented in a forum thread, don't you think?

not planning to move it,[current sounds fine to me]
im keep busy with tool itself, rather than his location :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: noobzed on 16-March-13, 18:13:36
Possible to add a tick option " SOUND " or " NO SOUND " ? :) ( and no-sound by default :D )
Cause everyone has his own taste for this or for that, hope you understand Svet-san.

PS: my English is far from good, so excuse me ...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 16-March-13, 19:20:56
Possible to add a tick option " SOUND " or " NO SOUND " ? :) ( and no-sound by default :D )
Cause everyone has his own taste for this or for that, hope you understand Svet-san.

PS: my English is far from good, so excuse me ...

Will consider this, but you can also set this from mixer settings, to mute it by default or define desired sound level:
(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-MaFzO8SdgN4/UH0z_LdctuI/AAAAAAAAAi8/QuG7wLVPlw0/s561/mixer.jpg)

P.S: Busy to finish and release the next version :svet:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: noobzed on 16-March-13, 22:26:18
Possible to consider a more modern GUI ?  :smile:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 16-March-13, 22:28:18
yes eventually, but not for now. functionality is more important to me
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: noobzed on 16-March-13, 23:06:36
If I can help you, you're welcome  :welcome:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 19-March-13, 03:21:20
If I can help you, you're welcome  :welcome:

Thanks :hat tip:

P.S: No update yet, need more time than expected to complete the next version as there are unexpected things which slow me down, guess up to 3-4 days will be done.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: dronjko on 19-March-13, 17:12:28
Hi Svet,  can you add a bigger volts for the GTX 560m, I have a problem, when I plug the charger into the laptop, graphic card goes crazy for a few minutes and the system it's reset. I read a lot on forums and the most common problem is that the video card is not getting enough power.
My laptop is a MSI GT 683R
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 19-March-13, 17:18:46
bigger than..? tool offers all possible voltages for specified vbios, more can't be added as its hardware limitation.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: dronjko on 19-March-13, 17:57:27
bigger than 1V, sory.  I think I read somewhere that the factory may have limited GTX 560m, than me my answer is... no?  Thanx
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 19-March-13, 17:59:27
bigger than 1V, sory.  I think I read somewhere that the factory may have limited GTX 560m, than me my answer is... no?  Thanx

email me your vbios to double check, but for this card 1V should be maximum by hardware.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: dronjko on 19-March-13, 18:14:48
You are right, max is 1V, I just thought that you can somehow raise that. Everything's fine, do not bother.  :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: dronjko on 19-March-13, 18:21:38
You are right, max is 1V, I just thought that you can somehow raise that. Everything's fine, do not bother.  :)

ooo yes, I will post me problem tonight under "Msi Notebooks & Netbooks" topics, I would be grateful if you have any ideas. thnx 
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.41s]
Post by: Svet on 19-March-13, 18:42:24
You are right, max is 1V, I just thought that you can somehow raise that. Everything's fine, do not bother.  :)

any other higher values will not work, cause hardware don't support it

ooo yes, I will post me problem tonight under "Msi Notebooks & Netbooks" topics, I would be grateful if you have any ideas. thnx 

oki, will check it there
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.42t]
Post by: Svet on 23-March-13, 16:05:21
Svet,

I have Titans preordered. Will this editor work on them?

Done :hat tip:

The reason I also asked to be able to use the 650Ti is to turn the fan off  (0%) also.

Done :hat tip:


Version has been updated  [ 2.41s ==> 2.42t ]:

* Updated self update module
* Add support for GTX 650 Ti
* Add support for GTX TITAN
* Allow minimum FAN 0%


Update is available to donors via Tool's update module.

Best Regards,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.42t]
Post by: Bimochi on 24-March-13, 00:08:58
I Have tried several times to get the update 2.42t but it says i have the latest update but my version is 1.31x :bonk: ;-((

Please Help me the paypal account i used was xxxxx@ yahoo.com and my new email address is xxxxx @ gmail.com


MOD edit:  email info removed to keep privacy and protect from spam.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.42t]
Post by: Svet on 24-March-13, 01:52:38
I Have tried several times to get the update 2.42t but it says i have the latest update but my version is 1.31x :bonk: ;-((

Please Help me the paypal account i used was xxx@ yahoo.com and my new email address is xxxx@ gmail.com

Seems some resident scanner which you use filter the updater and cause this issue.
In latest version the updater its updated to cause less false positive alerts with some too picky/sensitive AVs.
In a future in a case that you still have any such issues, disable temporary any resident scanners before proceed with update.
or exclude the updater and send it to your AV as false alert to let them analyze and to fix their definitions.

Quote
Please Help me the paypal account i used was xxxxx@ yahoo.com and my new email address is xxxx@ gmail.com

verified and checked OK. [email info removed from your forum post to keep privacy and protect from spam.]
added your new email and sent you the latest version there.
 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.42t]
Post by: Svet on 24-March-13, 14:06:53
Update info:

Duplicated the issue on some of machines, its caused by IE cache..
its download from cache instead from inet for some machine, therefor it unable to find that there is a new version avaiable.

a simple solution is:
start an IE [internet explorer], then go to Internet options, Settings, Cashes and databases, and untick "allow website caches and databases" or/and clean/remove/empty IE temp files, before run the updater.


Im preparing an update to solve and prevent this update issue, to avoid download from local caches instead from proper inet source.


Version has been updated  [ 2.42t ==> 2.43w ]:


* Fixed update issue, at some machines sometimes cannot find the new version. [cache issue]


Best Regards,
Svet

P.S: If you have troubles while updating to 2.43w, use tips above to clean your IE cache before run the updater.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: rhx123 on 25-March-13, 21:47:44
Just an update, 0% fan mode works very well for me. I am using my 650Ti as an external GPU through Optimus, meaning when the GPU is not in use that it is doing literally nothing (not even DWM) so then the fan can remain off all of the time, As soon as the GPU starts doing something (eg launching a game) the GPU fan spins up.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: gl0ry on 26-March-13, 05:33:25
Looks like Nvidia is trying to really disable overclocking through software which leads me to no choice but to overclock through Bios.  Your tool is the only one I can find that works with GTX 680 Lightning so I will donate to try this.

My paypal and primary email are different, I will leave a message in there if you can promptly send me the link so I can work on this ASAP. 

Thank you!

Edit: Just a quick question. My goal is to load the Lightning LN2 Bios and keep all the same settings except I want to adjust the Core and Memory frequencies.  This should be very easily possible, right?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: gl0ry on 26-March-13, 06:20:38
Thanks for the quick email, it was almost instant!

This program is really phenomenal.  Great work, very easy to use and nice interface!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: Svet on 26-March-13, 11:17:09
Just an update, 0% fan mode works very well for me. I am using my 650Ti as an external GPU through Optimus, meaning when the GPU is not in use that it is doing literally nothing (not even DWM) so then the fan can remain off all of the time, As soon as the GPU starts doing something (eg launching a game) the GPU fan spins up.

Aha, sounds cool. What is the GPU temp when the FAN's are off?

Thanks for the quick email, it was almost instant!

This program is really phenomenal.  Great work, very easy to use and nice interface!

thanks for feedback :pompom: :pompom: :hat tip:
yes im trying to keep it simple and easy to use.  :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: tabby on 26-March-13, 12:45:31
Can I use this tool to set default voltage to 1.4 volt on my 680 Lightning LN2 bios ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: Svet on 26-March-13, 12:59:18
Can I use this tool to set default voltage to 1.4 volt on my 680 Lightning LN2 bios ?

1212 is the max which you can apply by bios, by default if im not mistaken is 1175 [or 1162] depend of bios version
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: tabby on 26-March-13, 13:02:41
Ok thats a shame.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: Svet on 26-March-13, 13:12:43
Ok thats a shame.

The remaining addiction voltage is done by software [AB][combined with BIOS voltage, added over BIOS voltage] and can't be applied directly by BIOS.
If we applied higher value it will probably makes no difference, but will still read as max allowed 1212
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: Klem on 27-March-13, 13:14:16
Hi!
My videoBIOS in system BIOS. Asus G75VW with GTX670M. How do I get it from there? What tool can be used for this purpose? I try to Phoenix / Dell / EFI SLIC Mod v. 2.14, and even find two decompressed file videobios for GTX670M and GTX660M but they are not seen by your program and Kepler bios editor. NiBiTor 6.06 sees them but with errors (see the frequency of wrong). Help me please.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: Svet on 27-March-13, 13:21:53
Hi Klem,

Send me the vbios image to check it.
[GTX670M, could be and possible a new vbios type, since its taken from BIOS and not from dedicated card]

660M is not suppose to be seen as its mobile Kepler GPU.[tool do not support mobile keplers yet]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: Klem on 27-March-13, 13:42:54
I know that now your program does not support mobile Kepler. I have GTX670M (Fermi), but the problem is that I can not properly cut videoBIOS out of a total BIOS . So I'm asking what and how to do it properly? Results of my try, i sent to you in the mail.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: Svet on 27-March-13, 13:44:22
well send the your vbios or BIOS to let me check, else dunno how i can help

EDIT:
received and checked it, and appear that's  its new type of vbios.

Will add support for it asap and release an update to support it.
will take 2-3 days.



Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: Klem on 27-March-13, 14:20:56
OK! Thanks!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: Klem on 27-March-13, 20:09:30
Hi!
My videoBIOS in system BIOS. Asus G75VW with GTX670M. How do I get it from there? What tool can be used for this purpose? I try to some programs, and even find two decompressed file videobios for GTX670M and GTX660M but they are not seen by your program and Kepler bios editor. NiBiTor 6.06 sees them but with errors (see the frequency of wrong). Help me please.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.43w]
Post by: Svet on 27-March-13, 20:28:36
Be patient please, as i said need some time [2-3 days] to add support for those 2 new types.
can't do it instantly.
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: Svet on 28-March-13, 09:45:29
Version has been updated  [ 2.43w ==> 2.44x ]:

* Update GTX 670M: Add support for 2 new vbios types, used in system BIOS [not in dedicated card bios]

Best Regards,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: group1astigz on 28-March-13, 11:50:36
sir svet .. does your tool recover bios passwords ..??  i cant remember the password i placed there.. and it keeps asking me the password when i pressed the del to open bios menu .. plss help me .. coz i want to update my bios but cant do because it keeps asking me the password when pressing F11
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: Svet on 28-March-13, 11:58:55
sir svet .. does your tool recover bios passwords ..??  i cant remember the password i placed there.. and it keeps asking me the password when i pressed the del to open bios menu .. plss help me .. coz i want to update my bios but cant do because it keeps asking me the password when pressing F11

nope, tool is not related to any passwords.
contact your reseller or msi about your issue, we don't assist in password removal things.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: Klem on 28-March-13, 15:59:06
Svet
Please tell me what is the difference between synchronous and asynchronous? And what need to adjust?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: Svet on 28-March-13, 16:14:26
Yep, It's explained in the F.A.Q section in the 1st topic.

In Synchronized core boost [mode1] its adjusted GPC clock and both LTC2 and XBAR2 Frequency, [along with GPC clock]
in proportional ratio auto calculated based on your initial clock input.

In Asynchronized core boost[mode2] its adjusted GPC clock only, keep others to their defaults.

You can see all values in VBIOS-Z report area how they scale based on your input.
Core Frequency [GPC clock]
LTC2 Frequency
XBAR2 Frequency

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: Klem on 29-March-13, 12:15:24
Hi, Svet!
I want to ask. In your program files that I sent to you show version video BIOS 70.24.47.00.1A and 70.24.47.00.18. This files video BIOS from system BIOS in my notebook. I sent it too. But the GPU-Z and Afterburner show version my video BIOS 70.24.47.00.1B. Why?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: Klem on 29-March-13, 12:32:01
I understand. CPU-Z and Afterburner can not yet read the data from the video BIOS is in the system BIOS. And they take data from other areas of common BIOS. Am I right?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: Svet on 29-March-13, 13:14:10
Hi, Svet!
I want to ask. In your program files that I sent to you show version video BIOS 70.24.47.00.1A and 70.24.47.00.18. This files video BIOS from system BIOS in my notebook. I sent it too. But the GPU-Z and Afterburner show version my video BIOS 70.24.47.00.1B. Why?
I understand. CPU-Z and Afterburner can not yet read the data from the video BIOS is in the system BIOS. And they take data from other areas of common BIOS. Am I right?

No, you are not. :nooo:
The answer is simple: You are running another vbios, different than both two that you sent me.
IE: you are modifying the wrong vbioses, different than yours current running[in use] vbios.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: ap0stol on 29-March-13, 14:26:58
can i donate to download with a different way to paypal? Maybe different services?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: Svet on 29-March-13, 14:41:21
maybe, im not familiar with different services
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: Miljac on 29-March-13, 19:01:42
I'm having problem with MSI N650Ti PE 1GD5/OC.
I have made VBIOS backup with with Nvidia Flash Tool.
When opening VBIOS Z-REPORT I'm only getting error message:
FAN NOT Supported!
650Ti is supported in latest version. What is the problem?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: Svet on 29-March-13, 19:05:22
Send me your backup vbios to check it [check PM for details] and to add support for it.
650Ti has been recently added and possible new vbios types to come up
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.44x]
Post by: Klem on 29-March-13, 20:13:08
Svet

Ok! i understand.
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Svet on 30-March-13, 22:22:58
Svet

Ok! i understand.

I've checked your system BIOS and found your 1B [and one more]
Added support for both them too. [4 in total, 2xlegacy and 2xUEFI]





Version has been updated  [ 2.44x ==> 2.45a ]:

* Update GTX 670M: Add support for 2 more new vbios types[legacy], used in system BIOS [not in dedicated card bios]
* Update GTX 650 Ti:
     - Add support for new vbios type
     - Improve core boosting
     - Improve compatibility with future vbios types
* Update GTX 670:  Add support for new vbios type with GOP Support.


Best Regards,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Klem on 31-March-13, 08:50:03
Hi, Svet!
Good job. Thank you so much! Great program.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Klem on 31-March-13, 09:35:39
Now i some donate your project.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Klem on 02-April-13, 10:02:10
Yeah... finally I managed to editing video BIOS GTX670M in G75VW. At last, my laptop is running 750/1800 (900). I'm happy!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: atjandra on 02-April-13, 11:37:29
Dear Mr Svet,
I am a gt70-one w/ 680m owner. I would like to know, if I have no plan to oc, do you think that I would still get any benefit flashing with your vbios?
Thank you very much.
Sincerely,
Tjandra
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Svet on 02-April-13, 12:51:55
Hi, Svet!
Good job. Thank you so much! Great program.
Now i some donate your project.

Thanks :)

Yeah... finally I managed to editing video BIOS GTX670M in G75VW. At last, my laptop is running 750/1800 (900). I'm happy!

well done :pompom: :hat tip:
FYI[if you haven't noticed]: It's possible to overvolt it as well, 2 possible level ups from defaults. If you want to oc it further this should helps as well.

Dear Mr Svet,
I am a gt70-one w/ 680m owner. I would like to know, if I have no plan to oc, do you think that I would still get any benefit flashing with your vbios?
Thank you very much.
Sincerely,
Tjandra

Dear atjandra,

The tool can't help for this configuration, mobile keplers [include 680m aren't supported].
have plans to add them in the near future, but for now they are not supported.
+ also planning to add special support for MSI's GE/GT Series
But for now those are plans only.

Thanks :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: atjandra on 02-April-13, 15:36:24
Oops... My bad. I am very sorry, I didn't read the first page throughly...
Ok, I 'll wait for the update.
Thanks a lot
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: kkhosni on 02-April-13, 23:36:59
is there any hope this tools will work for NVDIA GeForce GTX 675MX ?
 :undecided:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Svet on 02-April-13, 23:46:29
As said above and in 1st topic, yes eventually but not for now.

If you are tool owner you can send me your vbios and i would mod it manually to avoid waiting.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Eat_My_Brains on 15-April-13, 21:02:14
Hiya Svet, great looking tool!

I have a 675M GTX in my laptop, I have edited the voltages to 0.92 using your tool and saved, however when I try and flash using NVFLASH I get the following error screen pop up very briefly (so fast I almost couldnt screen cap it).

Am I doing something wrong here? Apologies if its a silly question. Any ideas?

(http://i.imgur.com/zI4kWKE.jpg)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Svet on 15-April-13, 21:08:45
Quote
Hiya Svet, great looking tool!

Thanks, working constantly to improve it.

Quote
I have a 675M GTX in my laptop, I have edited the voltages to 0.92 using your tool and saved, however when I try and flash using NVFLASH I get the following error screen pop up very briefly (so fast I almost couldnt screen cap it).

Am I doing something wrong here? Apologies if its a silly question. Any ideas?

Let me check.
Are you modding your original vBIOS? [or some other vbios not for your card]
Send me your original and the modded one which you try to flash to my email to check them. [Check PM for details]

EDIT:
Checked them, and they are fine.
you can proceed with update, dunno why nvflash show this warning, since its the same vbios,
ignore it

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: CoD511 on 16-April-13, 14:48:07
As much as I hate to say it, I'm fairly disappointed in the end :cry: The very comprehensive feature list made me feel confident about the tool and the capability it was said to provide so I unfortunately based my investment on it purely on the fact that it seemed possible the voltage tables (maximums, e.g bring it up to 1250mV like some community BIOS have seemingly done) of the GTX Titan could be adjusted, as that's the only shortcoming possessed by the other main tool out there which was already providing me with all the functionality here for free. Ah well, I'm shockingly short of money after unwisely investing towards Titans but I won't ask for anything back. I'd very much hope though that it's possible for you to at least look into the functionality for Titans as it seems quite feasible, if only early days. Be much better than the disappointment in seeing "VBIOS Image is not supported!" :grin:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Svet on 16-April-13, 15:05:48
Hi CoD511,

If you have an non supported image please send it to me to add support for it with next update.
Thanks

Else you can see "VBIOS Image is not supported!" for functions which are not designed for titans

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: CoD511 on 16-April-13, 17:50:14
Ah, that's great to hear :) I think your best bet would be to add one GPU from below and clone settings/recognition across them, covering most of the Titans and thus bases of the modded versions people are using widely to mitigate the "throttle" regardless of their real brand. The database there is mostly complete for the reference models (apologies for the dashes, a new user restriction I'd assume and you'd be aware of more than me):

www - techpowerup - com/vgabios/index.php?did=10de-1005--
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Svet on 16-April-13, 19:52:02
Ah, that's great to hear :) I think your best bet would be to add one GPU from below and clone settings/recognition across them, covering most of the Titans and thus bases of the modded versions people are using widely to mitigate the "throttle" regardless of their real brand. The database there is mostly complete for the reference models (apologies for the dashes, a new user restriction I'd assume and you'd be aware of more than me):

www - techpowerup - com/vgabios/index.php?did=10de-1005--

The database there is mostly complete for the reference models (apologies for the dashes, a new user restriction I'd assume and you'd be aware of more than me):

www - techpowerup - com/vgabios/index.php?did=10de-1005--

Yep, its spam protection for new members, once you gain more posts, you will be able to posts links normally.

Ah, that's great to hear :) I think your best bet would be to add one GPU from below and clone settings/recognition across them, covering most of the Titans and thus bases of the modded versions people are using widely to mitigate the "throttle" regardless of their real brand.

Clone settings isn't option cause many images are unique, but yes i got your idea.
Its already works by similar way, different types/images are grouped by trees with sub groups the major types.
IE: one type, can support many different various of similar vbios images,
but sometimes too different new one could be released,
tool is checking this by specified criteria and if they don't much to its expectation its refuse to continue to avoid making the wrong modifications.

Quote
www - techpowerup - com/vgabios/index.php?did=10de-1005--

I checked all of them and all works fine in current supported features.
If you see "VBIOS Image is not supported!" for "Max voltage adjust" thread,
this is normal and this function is related to Fermi desktop GPUs, its not intended to Kepler one.
Kepler voltage control is covered under voltage adjust thread.

Currently im reworking Titan's voltage thread based on latest research.

Can you tell what you try to obtain, but cannot?
If its possible and depend of me it will be done asap.

Thanks.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: CoD511 on 16-April-13, 21:33:38
I was indeed referring to the max voltage adjust functionality. To sum it all up for you, I was looking to obtain some minor flexibility in regards to the maximum voltage value in displayed in the voltage table. We can see that this is calculated but beyond modification without hex tools essentially (updates accordingly and correctly in the tool to display the voltage with a hex modified ROM). Screen grab of the area I'm referring to on the Voltages tab:

(http://i.imgur.com/VDUK2p5.png)


So the ideal thing I was hoping for, was flexibility for small values that the hardware could handle without more drastic solutions of hardmodding being needed. The perfect example being, from 1212.5 to 1250mV. Small but the potential is high for some.


So after this initial hoping and researching though, further information was revealed to me  that while this is completely possible, the software doesn't react accordingly and treats something around 1212.5mV as the maximum possible, which wouldn't display anything beyond that or misbehave; the software showed an unvarying voltage of 1.2v whilst when measured from the board, the full 1.25v was being utilized. Sadly the Titan is quite the different beast in some ways and I'm not sure how far we could get. It's something to look into at the least though if you have the time perhaps 8-)) Maybe a bit niche or if successful, maybe not in the end.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Svet on 16-April-13, 21:55:22
Quote
I was indeed referring to the max voltage adjust functionality.

Aha, well as explained this thread is related to desktop Fermi's only.
This one is not intended for Kepler's GPU and mobile GPUs.

Quote
To sum it all up for you, I was looking to obtain some minor flexibility in regards to the maximum voltage value in displayed in the voltage table We can see that this is calculated but beyond modification without hex tools essentially (updates accordingly and correctly in the tool to display the voltage with a hex modified ROM). Screen grab of the area I'm referring to on the Voltages tab:
(http://i.imgur.com/VDUK2p5.png)

You can see those listed as well. Also + one more is displayed in voltage groups: [in vbios report & voltage tune thread]

Quote from: vbios tuner
detected vBIOS values:
 Voltage in Group1 ==> 1137mV  ---  1212mV
 Voltage in Group2 ==> 1175mV  ---  1200mV
 Voltage in Group3 ==> 1137mV  ---  1162mV

But im going to rework them to replace it with P state voltage modification instead.

Quote
So after this initial hoping and researching though, further information was revealed to me  that while this is completely possible, the software doesn't react accordingly and treats something around 1212.5mV as the maximum possible, which wouldn't display anything beyond that or misbehave; the software showed an unvarying voltage of 1.2v whilst when measured from the board, the full 1.25v was being utilized. Sadly the Titan is quite the different beast in some ways and I'm not sure how far we could get. It's something to look into at the least though if you have the time perhaps  Maybe a bit niche or if successful, maybe not in the end.

Quote
So the ideal thing I was hoping for, was flexibility for small values that the hardware could handle without more drastic solutions of hardmodding being needed. The perfect example being, from 1212.5 to 1250mV. Small but the potential is high for some.

Send me your vbios to my email to apply this wanted voltage 1250mV to try it. Check PM for details.



Quote from: Eat_My_Brains
All sorted mate, thanks for the help!

well done :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: jdeleon127 on 20-April-13, 07:53:55
is there support for GTX660m i cant seem to get it to work... gpu is always showing throttle. with kombustor
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Svet on 20-April-13, 15:25:40
is there support for GTX660m i cant seem to get it to work... gpu is always showing throttle. with kombustor

nope, this GPU is not supported.
[but if you are tool owner i can help you with what you need, email me your vbios and tell what you want to do]

Quote
GTX660m i cant seem to get it to work... gpu is always showing throttle. with kombustor

kombustor always list GPU's throttle clocks, but this don't mean the GPU is actually throttling
check GPU load history with afterburner, see if its keep steady and flat line when its underload
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: jdeleon127 on 22-April-13, 16:05:59
Hello, wondering if there will be support for this?

GPU1
_______________________________________ _______________________________________ __
Display device       : GeForce GTX 660M on GK107 GPU
Display driver       : 314.22
BIOS                 : 80.07.2c.00.15
GUID                 : VEN_10DE&DEV_0FD4&SUBSYS_21151043&REV_A1&BUS_1&DEV_0&FN_0

On-Screen Display server
_______________________________________ _______________________________________ __
Active client(s)     : On-Screen Display module
Active 3D process    : MSIKombustorDX11.exe
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Svet on 22-April-13, 16:24:36
Hello, wondering if there will be support for this?

GPU1
_______________________________________ _______________________________________ __
Display device       : GeForce GTX 660M on GK107 GPU
Display driver       : 314.22
BIOS                 : 80.07.2c.00.15
GUID                 : VEN_10DE&DEV_0FD4&SUBSYS_21151043&REV_A1&BUS_1&DEV_0&FN_0

On-Screen Display server
_______________________________________ _______________________________________ __
Active client(s)     : On-Screen Display module
Active 3D process    : MSIKombustorDX11.exe

Yes eventually, but not for now.
If you are tool owner, you can email me your vbios and tell what changes you want to apply.

P.S: An update is scheduled within 2 days.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: jdeleon127 on 23-April-13, 08:51:32
i tried to back up my vbios but am getting this error.

(http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a164/Jaydee056/934041_10200250220476446_67856193_n_zpsa2802ffd.jpg)

would like to submit before inc update if i can figure out how to get a backup that works.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Svet on 23-April-13, 14:42:39
for 660m its more complex, its involve BIOS modification,
as vbios is part of BIOS. vbios image can't be get and stored with nvflash tool
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: jdeleon127 on 23-April-13, 23:13:06
     so is there diffrent tool to allow this? or am just sol with the 660m.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Svet on 23-April-13, 23:15:49
dear mr svet

        or anyone able to assist i am trying to create a vbios backup to send but am unable to progress with the error. above. is there a diffrent tool to back up the vbios and load custom ones im missing aside from nvflash?

Hi jdeleon127,

660M vbios is part of your notebook's BIOS.
it cannot be backuped by tools, but only extracted from system BIOS eventually.

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: TerminusAvid on 23-April-13, 23:25:52
Hi Svet,
I'm about to buy your Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner but had a couple quick questions. I did my best to browse through the entire thread and even tried the search tool but couldn't find what I needed. With that said I'm running 2x eVGA GTX680 (P4-1280-KR) 2GB reference cards in SLI. One card is about a year newer than the first and came with a different BIOS file (plus when I installed a water-block on the newer card I realized it also had a different brand of memory). The original card has Samsung IC's and the new card has Hynix's IC's which is probably why they are running different BIOS files despite clock-speeds being the same.

1.  With that all said will I be able to modify each BIOS file independently with your program while both cards are installed (they are water-cooled and pulling the loop apart would be a major operation)!

2.  Last but not least, is there anyway to flash the same BIOS to both cards despite having different memory IC's?

I will definitely support your work and get your program if its possible for me to actually use it with my setup, thanks very much Svet!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: Svet on 23-April-13, 23:41:40
Hi TerminusAvid,

to 1: Send me both vbios files at my email to check them.[check PM for details]
 Else yes,[assume image types are supported] you can modify desired vbios, with regardless what card is currently installed.

to 2: You have to try to find out. But dunno what you can gain from this.
But yes, its possible to works fine even when different memory types are installed.
Some vbioses can support more than one memory type and usually have different memory profiles depend of what card its running.

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.45a]
Post by: TerminusAvid on 24-April-13, 00:09:45
Thank you very much for taking the time to reply, I will get those files out to you ASAP!
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Svet on 28-April-13, 04:14:12
Version has been updated  [ 2.45 ==> 2.46b ]:


* Update GTX 660 Ti:  Add support for new vbios type with GOP Support.
* Update GTX 660:  Add support for new vbios type.
* Update GTX 680:  Add support for new vbios type.
* Modify descriptions for some items for better clarify.
* Update GTX TITAN:
     - Allow P-State voltage modifications.
     - Add addiction experimental test voltages [1225mV,1237mV,1250mV] for those who want to try and test it.
     - Adjust boot FAN duty range.
* Update certain modules to cause less false alerts for some too sensitive AVs
* Update Kepler Core Management:
   - Applied new boosting rules
   - Update boosting tables
   - Extent region range of allowed selection
   - Improve performance
* Add initial support for GTX 780M [allow memory clock adjust for all P-States]

Best Regards,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: BigBaddaBoom on 28-April-13, 04:51:07
A big, big thanks to Svet for taking the time and the loss of sleep to get this updated for my cards.  :agrees:

Works like a charm!  :worship:

BBBoom
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: mohammadali on 29-April-13, 12:39:43
How can I get this software?
Thank you
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: flobelix on 29-April-13, 19:39:27
Simply read post 1:


***********************************

Svet's VBIOS Tuner is available on donation:
>>> (https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/btn_donate_LG.gif) (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=D74AMHR33QYY8) <<<
Once donation is done, the Tool will be e-mailed to the co-respond person,
who also will gain donation free further versions{updates} of the Tuner.
[etc. this donation is need only once per person]
[if someone wish to donate further, it can be done directly from Tool's main interface where can be set a custom donation amount]

***********************************

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: TerminusAvid on 01-May-13, 23:27:09
I just wanted to thank Svet once again for an amazing tool at a very decent price! I also wanted to thank him for his continued research and updates, very few tools/programs out there get personalized updates as quickly as Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner does! I just downloaded the program and got familiar with it, can't wait to test out the modified BIOS files! Keep up the great work Svet!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Haalime on 01-May-13, 23:47:17
When you add a new option for the FAN? I have the MSI 650 Ti, and I want to change fan rotation (PWM duty depends on the tCore). Sorry for my english.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Svet on 02-May-13, 16:56:17
A big, big thanks to Svet for taking the time and the loss of sleep to get this updated for my cards.  :agrees:

Works like a charm!  :worship:

BBBoom

 :hat tip:

I just wanted to thank Svet once again for an amazing tool at a very decent price! I also wanted to thank him for his continued research and updates, very few tools/programs out there get personalized updates as quickly as Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner does! I just downloaded the program and got familiar with it, can't wait to test out the modified BIOS files! Keep up the great work Svet!

 :hat tip:


When you add a new option for the FAN? I have the MSI 650 Ti, and I want to change fan rotation (PWM duty depends on the tCore). Sorry for my english.

If you mean FAN curve within OS, this is not planned because its N/A.
If there is a future change to this, i will note you if such feature is available.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Haalime on 02-May-13, 17:27:44
Hi Svet.
Thanks for reply.
You mean that Kepler bios not contained FAN curves? or this function not investigated?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Svet on 02-May-13, 17:40:41
Hi Svet.
Thanks for reply.
You mean that Kepler bios not contained FAN curves? or this function not investigated?

It has 1-2 basics control points, but its unknown how exactly their works.[pattern also they vary depend of models]
In any case it can't be set detailed like with Afterburner, similar is for Fermi's GPU too.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: duartev on 02-May-13, 22:41:39
Hi
I have an GTX660Ti 3GD-TF-OC with bios 80.04.4B.00.A2 (P2004-0001)
Is there any advantage to update my bios?

Thanks
Best regards
PS: its working fine
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: TerminusAvid on 07-May-13, 02:27:59
Hi
I have an GTX660Ti 3GD-TF-OC with bios 80.04.4B.00.A2 (P2004-0001)
Is there any advantage to update my bios?

Thanks
Best regards
PS: its working fine

I'm sure Svet could explain it much better than I could but this program doesn't update your BIOS with a new file, it allows you to modify your exsisting BIOS file and then save the changes. 
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Svet on 08-May-13, 00:28:21
Yes, always flash with own vbios of the card.
If you try to flash different vbios,[not intended for the card] this can cause issues or to demolish the card.

P.S: Update info: Working over new major feature related to MSI's mobile devices.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: duartev on 08-May-13, 19:46:25
hi,
Thanks for the replies, can I make the GPU run better or faster?

Best regards
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Tyreman on 15-May-13, 15:56:38
Does the tool work with EVGA GTX 460?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Svet on 15-May-13, 16:45:39
Hello,

Supported models are listed in 1st topic.

But if you send me your vbios image[check pm for details] i can add support for it if needs for this old model too.

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Rbsth on 16-May-13, 23:31:38
I have flashed my vbios to the newest version and i donated and downloaded your program. Althou when i open my mod.rom and tries the VBIOS-Z Report it says: VBIOS Size Error or Unknown new VBIOS Type!
Process aborted
Contact to Developer for updated version of the Tuner Tool
Press a key to exit
 
Do i need to wait for an update? or is there anything else? =/ thank you
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Svet on 17-May-13, 03:06:06
I have flashed my vbios to the newest version and i donated and downloaded your program. Althou when i open my mod.rom and tries the VBIOS-Z Report it says: VBIOS Size Error or Unknown new VBIOS Type!
Process aborted
Contact to Developer for updated version of the Tuner Tool
Press a key to exit
 
Do i need to wait for an update? or is there anything else? =/ thank you

Hello,

Quote
Do i need to wait for an update?

Yep. Will add support for your new vbios type with next update.

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: ExteZ on 17-May-13, 23:14:20
Hello, I recently bought laptop with NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M. I have a problem, while playing some games, like Far Cry 3, etc. as soon as GPU temperature reaches 75 degrees GPU Core Clock goes down to ~476MHz and later, if I keep playing, it even goes down to 270MHz. Will this program is to remove the throttling at 75 degrees?

Sorry for my English)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Svet on 17-May-13, 23:35:17
Hello, I recently bought laptop with NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M. I have a problem, while playing some games, like Far Cry 3, etc. as soon as GPU temperature reaches 75 degrees GPU Core Clock goes down to ~476MHz and later, if I keep playing, it even goes down to 270MHz. Will this program is to remove the throttling at 75 degrees?

Sorry for my English)

Hello,

Quote
Will this program is to remove the throttling at 75 degrees?

Nope, it can't help with this. [ie: to keep current GPU settings, but somehow magically to remove the throttling, this can't be done]

its unknown what cause this throttling for your notebook,[could be various of reasons]
if its MSI notebook you can open a topic in notebook area for troubleshooting, else contact your notebook vendor to ask them.

could be NB power related, VGA drivers issue, BIOS or vbios bug, or specified game problem.
you can try to set from nvidia control panel to "prefer maximum performance" and see if that's help.
else you can try recommended VGA drivers for your card by your vendor or to install latest one from Nvidia to have a try.


@Rbsth
Update complete, support for your new vbios type variable has been added.
Update will be released once i finish adding support for an new GPU as well.
Else i paused my current work[working over new major feature related to msi notebooks] to add support for those new images to avoid waiting.

@Tyreman
Will add support for your GPU as well with next update
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Riri-Fifi on 20-May-13, 14:07:04
Hello

Kepler mobiles GTX 675MX 4Go compatible ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Svet on 20-May-13, 14:23:23
Hello,

Hello

Kepler mobiles GTX 675MX 4Go compatible ?

nope, you can see the list of current supported models in 1st topic.



Update:
Tasks from my prevision last post completed.
New version delayed: Adding support for GTX780 & GTX770 before release the new version.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Riri-Fifi on 21-May-13, 21:57:06
Hello

possible Download Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner 2.46b ?

Don paypal ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Svet on 21-May-13, 22:01:59
@Riri-Fifi
your card is not supported.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.46b]
Post by: Riri-Fifi on 21-May-13, 22:28:41
Card GTX 680 EVGA SC 2Go
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 24-May-13, 04:06:29
Card GTX 680 EVGA SC 2Go

Yep, this one is supported.




Version has been updated  [ 2.46b ==> 2.47c ]:

* Update GTX 680:
   - Add support for new vbios type with GOP support
   - Add support for new vbios type
   - Improve compatibility with future vbioses
* Add support for GTX 460
* Add support for GTX 780
* Add support for GTX 770 [2 different general types]
* Update GTX 780M: Add support for new general type.



Best Regards,
Svet




continue to work over planed tasks.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 24-May-13, 11:40:14
 :hat tip: Hi Svet,

Is the GTX-780M now fully supported? My MSI GT70 2OD is on the way, and your VBIOS Tuner is mandatory s-ware. Must HAVE!  ;-))

Thanks again for all your great work!  :worship:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 24-May-13, 12:11:23
:hat tip: Hi Svet,

Is the GTX-780M now fully supported? My MSI GT70 2OD is on the way, and your VBIOS Tuner is mandatory s-ware. Must HAVE!  ;-))

Thanks again for all your great work!  :worship:


Hi Striker, :hat tip:

Not yet, currently its:

Quote from: 1st topic
***
Partially supported models: [in build process]

GTX 780M
: Allow memory adjusting for all P-States.

working over new feature once finish it will continue to work over this one,
or will work over it it in parallel depend of time.

Will note you when it become fully supported

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 25-May-13, 00:52:14
Ok, thanks! I'll watch for new notes, and I hope to see full support in the near future.

Best Regards!  ;-))
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 25-May-13, 15:37:19
Ok, thanks! I'll watch for new notes, and I hope to see full support in the near future.

Best Regards!  ;-))

Yep me too.

Quote
My MSI GT70 2OD

the newest major feature that im building also will works for this newest/upcoming NB model

@jmhdj
i've moved your question to proper forum area
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Jean-Mi on 26-May-13, 11:46:51
Hi Svet,

Any news for 675 MX Card compatibility with your tool ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 26-May-13, 14:21:58
Hi Svet,

Any news for 675 MX Card compatibility with your tool ?

Hi Jean-Mi,

Nope.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: danwat1234 on 05-June-13, 03:05:07
@Svet, how did you learn how to read Nvidia Biosi? Are you in the industry or have done enough BIOS modding to recognize the different sections of the image; locked features, where voltage, core, shader, memory values are stored? But Nvidia must change up the designs so you have to do a lot of research?
Just curious because I am trying to learn more about low level programming and the like. Thanks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 05-June-13, 15:53:39
Yes, i have my ways and methods, include a lot of research.



Update info:

Newest major feature for latest MSI's gaming NBs ==> still paused. [busy with other more priority stuffs]
Update 780M: Add voltage control ability ==> complete
Add support[memory & voltage control for now] for 770M, 760M ==> complete
Add support[memory & voltage control for now] for 675MX ==> complete
Add support for 480GTX ==> complete
Add support for 690GTX ==> complete
Update GTX770: Add support for new images type with GOP support ==> complete
Update GTX780: Add support for new vbios type ==> complete
Update 780M: Add support for new vbios type ==> complete
Add support[memory & voltage control for now] for 765M ==> complete


This reply will be edited and updated with progress.

Approx. ETA for next version 2 weeks.
Version update in progress.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: terrornoize on 06-June-13, 08:48:09
hi svet,
with this tool is possible to set low rpm (under 1000rpm) for the 660 twin frozr III?  :-P)



Ps: sorry for my bad english.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 06-June-13, 14:22:44
hi svet,
with this tool is possible to set low rpm (under 1000rpm) for the 660 twin frozr III?  :-P)



Ps: sorry for my bad english.

Hi terrornoize,

you can set desired levels with the tool,
but for FAN how they will works its also depend of FANs used on the card.
if there is hardware limitation about FAN say cannot go under certain levels or others,
desired changes will not have effect if its not possible by hardware.[FANs]

else yes, you can set them to desire levels.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: terrornoize on 07-June-13, 09:11:28
1000rpm are the limit for my 660 tf3?  ;-((
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 07-June-13, 15:20:57
don't know. don't have info or any test results for this. maybe yes, maybe no.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: terrornoize on 07-June-13, 22:21:02
don't know. don't have info or any test results for this. maybe yes, maybe no.

it's possible to try your tool before buy?  ;D
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 07-June-13, 22:44:59
it's possible to try your tool before buy?  ;D

nope
this don't depend of the tool, the tool job is to apply desired changes properly to specified supported image.

how the card [fan] will act to this don't depend of the tool.

can offer you to send me your backup vbios,[check pm for details] then to make you an test vbios version to try
to see if your particular card[fan] can work with lower than 1000 RPM
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: terrornoize on 07-June-13, 23:30:12
 ;-((

My 660 twin frozr can't work lower 1000 rpm...  :undecided:



Svet, thanks again!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 07-June-13, 23:33:29
Aha, looks like this is lower hardware limit for this fan type.

Quote
Svet, thanks again!

np
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Rbsth on 18-June-13, 19:23:03
Successfully flashed N680GTX-Twin-Frozr-2GD5-OC with Svet's VBIOS Tuner

GPU Clock - 1215 MHz and Boost - 1250 MHz
Power limit - 150.0% TDP
Voltage 1.1875v - 1.2125v On Boost
VBIOS Detected FAN MIN:  30%
VBIOS Detected FAN MAX: 100%

(Before flash:
GPU Clock - 1059 MHz and Boost - 1124 MHz
Power limit - 100.0% TDP
Voltage 1.175v On boost)

I find this program very useful, but as im using a second gpu as a physx card i wanna know if there is gonna be any support for a N650OC-2GI.

Thanks alot for the great effort you put in this tool Svet.  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 18-June-13, 19:35:58
send me your vbios image for this card and will add to schedule list
check PM for details
 :hat tip:

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Alex47 on 19-June-13, 22:31:57
Hello Svet! I have already donated to you, but it was like more than a year ago.

But now i just have purchased a new grafic card, its MSI 660Ti PE OC and decided to mode the BIOS a little... But your program doesn't recognize my grafic card BIOS file. I checked the changelog and it says that you added support for 660Ti only in 2.33a, and my version is 1.14, i beleive.

So i just tried to start your SVTUM.exe to update the program, but... it writes me that it cannot detect any active internet connection... what should i do? I re-checked my internet connection 3 times, but your program still doesn't see internet connection...

Upd:
Figured out the mail. Thanks 4 helping, Svet!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 19-June-13, 23:37:33
Quote
So i just tried to start your SVTUM.exe to update the program, but... it writes me that it cannot detect any active internet connection... what should i do? I re-checked my internet connection 3 times, but your program still doesn't see internet connection...

It's because too older versions are using older forum's host name for checking which no longer exist.
therefor end to this issue, this is fixed in recent versions.

Quote
Upd:
Figured out the mail. Thanks 4 helping, Svet!

checked it, and latest version resent
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: chris89 on 20-June-13, 22:43:53
Sup buddy?

I can't find any download links... ?

Can you possibly add support for the GT540M?  I'm trying to get more than 1v out of it so I can push to 1.08v and 849Mhz  :agrees:

Here's the bios file...

www mediafire / ?zct8erpm9jx01mz

THANKS  ;D
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 20-June-13, 22:50:58
more than 1V is not possible for this card

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: chris89 on 20-June-13, 23:00:15
I edited the hex lines and re-compiled and flashed it and it shows at the increased voltage, just not a true over-volt.

(http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l221/chris2006189/gt540mbiosstuff_zpsead17062.jpg)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 21-June-13, 00:19:18
this is cosmetic and will have no effect
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: chris89 on 21-June-13, 07:28:45
I realized I'm getting 0% memory utlization in game...

My GT540M 1GB GDDR3 Video card on my laptop is getting 0% memory utilization in game...  The games only use about 575MB of video memory according to MSI Afterburner, EVGA Precision, and EVGA Precision X.  It should be using say 70-80% utilization on the memory and using 800-900MB or more...

I need to get memory utilization up to improve fps...  I think it's using System Shared Memory or something?

Thanks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: 5482741 on 22-June-13, 20:07:25
Yes, i have my ways and methods, include a lot of research.



Update info:

Newest major feature for latest MSI's gaming NBs ==> still paused. [busy with other more priority stuffs]
Update 780M: Add voltage control ability ==> complete
Add support[memory & voltage control for now] for 770M, 760M ==> complete
Add support[memory & voltage control for now] for 675MX ==> complete
Add support for 480GTX ==> complete
Add support for 690GTX ==> complete
Update GTX770: Add support for new images type with GOP support ==> complete
Update GTX780: Add support for new vbios type ==> complete
Update 780M: Add support for new vbios type ==> complete
Add support[memory & voltage control for now] for 765M ==> in progress


This reply will be edited and updated with progress.

Approx. ETA for next version 2 weeks.
Is the 780M fully-supported now?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.47c]
Post by: Svet on 23-June-13, 01:07:04
nope
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Svet on 23-June-13, 07:04:29
Version has been updated  [ 2.47c ==> 2.48f ]:


 Partially supported: [in build process]
 * Update 780M: Add voltage control ability
 * Add support[memory & voltage control for now] for 770M, 760M, 765M, 675MX
 * Update 780M: Add support for new vbios type

  Fully supported:
 * Add support for GTX480
 * Add support for GTX690
 * Update GTX770: Add support for new images type with GOP support
 * Update GTX780: Add support for new vbios type
 
 

Best Regards,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: chris89 on 23-June-13, 08:26:37
So, how does nvidia make the bios for the card?  with only 3 voltages available?  0.83, 0.98, 1.00v?

I absolutely hate the gt540m.  I mean it's a fermi gf108 but is it possible to run a bios on it from say an identical gf108 from say the GT550M?  there's only identical in every way, ram size, ram type, shader symmetry, ram speed, and power wattage tdp.  I think they can go above 1v...  Can't this be possible?

For instance I think only 2 gpu's are of possibility.  The GT550M, and the GT 440.  I like the gt440 specs a lot everythings identical, just different tdp.  Couldn't it be possible?  To add the device id of the gt540m to the 550m bios or gt 440 to have that bios with the same hardware engineering specifications, just more voltage, and more core clock...  Is all I want is more voltage and more core clock.

Here's the GeForce GT440 bios.  It's exactly the same as the GT540M in terms of engineering and shader/ core configuration.  It's a GF108 just like the GT540M.  The GeForce GT440 comes stock with 96 cuda cores, 128bit memory and 1024MB.  It also comes with the same Core Configuration of 96:16:4.  The Main Difference is it comes stock at it's max potential of 1.1V!!!  and 810Mhz core clock stock!  As well as it's standard 128bit GDDR3 clocked at 900Mhz just like the GT540M and it comes with Exactly the same Video Memory being GDDR3.

(http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l221/chris2006189/GT44011V_zpsaa86286c.jpg)
(http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l221/chris2006189/gt540mcomparedto550mandgt440_zps68cecb36.jpg)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Svet on 23-June-13, 20:10:51
i doubt that this will work, as far i know its hardware limitation,
also its very high risk to brick the card by crossflash to another vbios
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Riri-Fifi on 23-June-13, 23:04:59
Hello Svet

possible Flashe card 680 Lightning To GTX 770 Lightning ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Svet on 24-June-13, 07:03:30
Hello Svet

possible Flashe card 680 Lightning To GTX 770 Lightning ?

don't know haven't tried such experiments,
but would be high risk for sure
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Riri-Fifi on 24-June-13, 07:47:14
Hello

How long to support full 780M  ;D
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Svet on 24-June-13, 20:29:39
Will see, it depends.
No specified time,date for it.
But its top priority and will be done asap.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: fatant on 26-June-13, 17:14:54
Hi Svet, my donation is done, please send me the Tuner. I have 780m on GT70. Thank you!  :yes:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Svet on 26-June-13, 23:30:25
Hi Svet, my donation is done, please send me the Tuner. I have 780m on GT70. Thank you!  :yes:

Done
Sorry for delay, notification system went down and haven't noted at the same time. [and i was away from PC in meantime]




Todo list:
Update 780M:     Add core management support: complete
Update GTX780: Add support for 2 new vbios types: complete
Update 780M: Add support for new vbios type: complete
Update 675MX: Add support for new vbios type: complete

Approx. ETA for new version 7-8 July

Version update scheduled.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Klem on 27-June-13, 14:13:12
Hi, Svet!
Can now your program to remove Nvidia lock +135 on the cards 760m, 765M, 770M?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Svet on 27-June-13, 14:14:52
Hi Klem,

Not yet, this will be part of core management, which is not done yet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Klem on 27-June-13, 15:41:40
 ;) It would be nice if you did.  :grin: Because i'm tired of doing this by my hands in the Hex Editor. :rolleyes_anim:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: reedandbic on 30-June-13, 10:51:57
hi svet, do you have idea to support 680m in the further version(680m also is very popular=-=)?
i see the lastest version is support 675mx, i think the two cards are similar to each other...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Svet on 30-June-13, 11:02:52
;) It would be nice if you did.  :grin: Because i'm tired of doing this by my hands in the Hex Editor. :rolleyes_anim:

yes will be done, when add core management support for those models.

hi svet, do you have idea to support 680m in the further version(680m also is very popular=-=)?
i see the lastest version is support 675mx, i think the two cards are similar to each other...

yes this can be done later, but its not priority.
working over other priority stuffs, building core management for mobile keplers[which would be many functions at one thread] and then to add full support for mobile kepler from 7xxx series 1st

then need to work over currently paused newest major feature

once all of those are done, then will focus over older series.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Klem on 01-July-13, 17:54:06
Add support[memory & voltage control for now] for 675MX ==> complete

No not work. Maybe I have a new type of BIOS. Writes an unknown type of bios. The file is sent to you by mail.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.48f]
Post by: Svet on 01-July-13, 17:57:09
Add support[memory & voltage control for now] for 675MX ==> complete

No not work. Maybe I have a new type of BIOS. Writes an unknown type of bios. The file is sent to you by mail.

dont have it, send it to me

edit: now received it, yes its new vbios type, will add support for it with next update. [expected new update release at 7-8 July]
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: Svet on 08-July-13, 11:32:16
Version has been updated  [ 2.48f ==> 2.49h ]:


 Partially supported: [in build process]
  *Update 675MX: Add support for new vbios type

  Fully supported:
    * Update GTX780: Add support for 2 new vbios types
    * Update 780M:
        - Add support for new vbios type
        - Add core management support:
             + Config Maximum Boost Frequency
             + Config Maximum Boost table Frequency /* Automatic calculate and re-arrange boost table based on single max clock input */
             + Config Essential Domains (1,2,3) /* Default, Boost & Max clocks */
             + Remove Software GPU core OC Limit /* Sets to optimal level */
             + Apply additional performance tweaks  /* Addiction optimizations which could improve VGA performance]

 
FYI: Some test results. Was able to test for some time latest tuner version on MSI GT70 Dragon[i7-4930MX with 780M],
after many tests with 780M boosted by vbios tuner 2.49h, higher reached scores in 3dmark11
was able to archive P8557 [but forgot to store/save the result..],
got saved some of the previsions test result  P8499 : http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6781702
(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-6KtnGCKv68w/UdqDS4fcCYI/AAAAAAAAA_M/WqA0A1nOyiE/s1163/8449.jpg)



Best Regards,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: rogergraeme on 09-July-13, 07:36:23
 :hat tip:

can't find link for your latest version  :confused2:

hope i am not missing something  :bonk:

please point me in the right direction

 :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: Klem on 09-July-13, 08:38:34
Hi, Svet!
All checked. Great job! Everything is working correctly and perfectly. The program must have. Thank you!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: Svet on 09-July-13, 14:11:32
:hat tip:

can't find link for your latest version  :confused2:

hope i am not missing something  :bonk:

please point me in the right direction

 :biggthumbsup:

Just use included updater to get the latest version, or check PM for query to obtain it manually after an verification.


Hi, Svet!
All checked. Great job! Everything is working correctly and perfectly. The program must have. Thank you!

thanks Klem  :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: gpvecchi on 15-July-13, 23:24:59
Hallo, I'm new to the forum and I just donated for this app...
Just a couple of questions: 780 max voltage say "unsupported", that's the feature I nedd most!
Second: does the program edit the bios file, not the bios on the card, right?
Thank you!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: Svet on 15-July-13, 23:29:29
Hello,

Quote
Just a couple of questions: 780 max voltage say "unsupported", that's the feature I nedd most!

Max voltage thread is related to Fermi's desktop GPUs only.
Mobile kepler's dont have such.
Voltages for mobile Fermi's and Kepler's card are covered under voltage thread.

Quote
Second: does the program edit the bios file, not the bios on the card, right?
Thank you!

Yes, that's right. After modifications you need to flash it to upload it to the card.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: gpvecchi on 15-July-13, 23:39:03
Hello,

Max voltage thread is related to Fermi's desktop GPUs only.
Mobile kepler's dont have such.
Voltages for mobile Fermi's and Kepler's card are covered under voltage thread.
Ehm, I can't find it... Any link, please?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: Svet on 15-July-13, 23:40:41
Ehm, I can't find it... Any link, please?

By "voltage thread" i mean "voltage tune" tool's option.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: gpvecchi on 15-July-13, 23:44:52
Oh, that's for different P-states. I found some modded bios over the net, that have fixed max voltage to 1.2125.
So the card steps @ that voltage when switching to 3D, without adjusting it according to the frequency.
I assume that mod is made with an hex editor, it could be interesting if it would be added to your editor...  :)
EDIT: I'm talking of 780, not 780M.
EDIT 2: it seems that Windows 7 64bit audio control panel doesn't show up program volume...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: Svet on 15-July-13, 23:58:58
Quote
So the card steps @ that voltage when switching to 3D, without adjusting it according to the frequency.

this would be done when you adjust P0 voltage to desired one, then it wound be constant

Quote
Oh, that's for different P-states. I found some modded bios over the net, that have fixed max voltage to 1.2125.

max voltage is static/read only/, not changeable, if you change manually it should has no affect.


Quote
I found some modded bios over the net, that have fixed max voltage to 1.2125.

can you email me this one to check it?

Quote
EDIT: I'm talking of 780, not 780M.

Aha, it would be the same

Quote
EDIT 2: it seems that Windows 7 64bit audio control panel doesn't show up program volume...

it shows fine at every machine that's tested, just checked again[at Windows 7 64bit], and it showed fine, see attached.
be noted that it will appear there, only when the tool is running.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: gpvecchi on 16-July-13, 13:23:13
can you email me this one to check it?
Mail sent! That BIOS allows a little more than stock 1.20V.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: Svet on 16-July-13, 14:54:30
received it, will check it.
send me your vbios as well.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h] Bug Report
Post by: Cookieboyeli on 24-July-13, 03:11:11
Hello Svet, I'm here to report a bug. I have a GTX-770 Lightning and when I try to set the memory beyond 2040 in the bios I get 'wrong parameter'.
Also, I don't know if this counts as a bug, but when you open a tuning section, as soon as it's ready for input the main window is frozen with the button you just clicked stuck on pressed and the main window gets a full loading wheel for a cursor until you exit from the tuner window. Again, not exactly a bug, but I don't think that's intentional so I'm just pointing that out if it matters.
If you'd like, I can let you know about some other details and things I see that aren't 'smooth'. I wouldn't want you to think I'm a nitpicky complainer, I just have an eye for extremely subtle details.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: Svet on 24-July-13, 03:28:16
Hello Svet, I'm here to report a bug. I have a GTX-770 Lightning and when I try to set the memory beyond 2040 in the bios I get 'wrong parameter'.
Also, I don't know if this counts as a bug, but when you open a tuning section, as soon as it's ready for input the main window is frozen with the button you just clicked stuck on pressed and the main window gets a full loading wheel for a cursor until you exit from the tuner window. Again, not exactly a bug, but I don't think that's intentional so I'm just pointing that out if it matters.
If you'd like, I can let you know about some other details and things I see that aren't 'smooth'. I wouldn't want you to think I'm a nitpicky complainer, I just have an eye for extremely subtle details.


Hello Cookieboyeli,

Quote
I'm here to report a bug. I have a GTX-770 Lightning and when I try to set the memory beyond 2040 in the bios I get 'wrong parameter'.

2040 is a too high selection, tool is working with real clocks. [not effective clocks]
ie the same MHz which you see can see it in the GPU-Z

IE: for your Lightning detected clocks should be 1753MHz,
which means 1753MHz as memory clocks shown in GPU-Z,
3506MHz shown in MSI's Afterburner,
which are equal to 7012MHz effective DDR clock.
For more detailed information you can refer to this DDR guide:
http://www.geeks3d.com/20100613/tutorial-gpu-tools-and-gpu-memory-clock-real-and-effective-speeds-demystified/

So this is not bug or issue

P.S: Will extent vram clock range along with next update.:hat tip:

Quote
Also, I don't know if this counts as a bug, but when you open a tuning section, as soon as it's ready for input the main window is frozen with the button you just clicked stuck on pressed and the main window gets a full loading wheel for a cursor until you exit from the tuner window. Again, not exactly a bug, but I don't think that's intentional so I'm just pointing that out if it matters.

That's suppose to be, its to prevent opening multiple threads in the same time.
This is also not a bug

Quote
If you'd like, I can let you know about some other details and things I see that aren't 'smooth'. I wouldn't want you to think I'm a nitpicky complainer, I just have an eye for extremely subtle details.

Thanks



P.S: Update info: An version update is scheduled in a 24-36 hours.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: jot on 24-July-13, 07:02:15
Hey Svet been using your tuner today just wanted to say thanks, very nice work.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: Wacko_GR on 24-July-13, 13:16:09
As i have not seen anyone testing it, is it possible to extend voltage limit of gtx770 cards with your program? I mean on cards with the stock onsemi voltage controller and not msi lightning. Could i set 1,25v for example on my gigabyte gtx770 windforce 3 OC? Thank you very much for your time.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.49h]
Post by: Svet on 24-July-13, 18:37:34
Hey Svet been using your tuner today just wanted to say thanks, very nice work.

Thank you :hat tip:

As i have not seen anyone testing it, is it possible to extend voltage limit of gtx770 cards with your program? I mean on cards with the stock onsemi voltage controller and not msi lightning. Could i set 1,25v for example on my gigabyte gtx770 windforce 3 OC? Thank you very much for your time.

Hello, nope

Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Svet on 25-July-13, 19:32:04
Version has been updated  [ 2.49h ==> 2.50k ]:

Changes:

* Extent memory clock range. [read/write operations and allow higher selection]
* Extent max. boost clock range for desktop Keplers
* Update GTX780:
    - Add support for 5 new different vbios types
    - Add ability to turn off/on GPU Boost logic  //* available under core management *//
* Update 780M
    - Add ability to turn off/on GPU Boost logic //* available  under core management *//
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: jot on 26-July-13, 04:40:08
Hey Svet many thanks, new update is working very well
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Klem on 26-July-13, 10:16:43
Hi, Svet!
New bioses sent to your email.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Svet on 26-July-13, 19:30:00
Hey Svet many thanks, new update is working very well

Thanks, Jot :hat tip:

Hi, Svet!
New bioses sent to your email.

Hi Klem,

received them, will add support for those vbios types[675MX] with next update
 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: gpvecchi on 28-July-13, 16:01:47
Svet, thanks for all your work and efforts!
May I suggest Open/Save as/ Save (without exit) buttons for your app?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Svet on 29-July-13, 18:33:01
Svet, thanks for all your work and efforts!
May I suggest Open/Save as/ Save (without exit) buttons for your app?

Svet, thanks for all your work and efforts!

 :hat tip:

Quote
May I suggest Open/Save as/ Save (without exit) buttons for your app?

Oki, added to todo list, will add open/save addiction buttons with next update
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: MaxRink on 31-July-13, 18:42:09
When i try to modify a BIOS, i get this error: Svet: Error occured..: No such file or directory
But only when i want to modify frequencies.
GPU GTX670M
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Svet on 31-July-13, 18:52:51
hi Max, check PM for query
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: MaxRink on 31-July-13, 19:28:50
THX.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Svet on 31-July-13, 20:05:09
When i try to modify a BIOS, i get this error: Svet: Error occured..: No such file or directory
But only when i want to modify frequencies.
GPU GTX670M

I've able to duplicate the issue, and fixed this bug which is introduced recently for this specified image type for this specified thread because of my mistake which wasn't noted until now.
Changes will reflect with next tool update.
sorry for inconvenience

To avoid waiting for update, i've sent you update rom with wanted changes.
Or simple use older tool version[2 version behind] to work fine with this older model.

THX.

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Seb34 on 31-July-13, 21:19:54
Hello,

I have a MSI GT70-2OD and I would like to undervolt my gtx780m.

I use last version of VBIOS tuner (2.50k) and when I go to "Voltage tune" thread I have :

Voltage for P0 ==> 862mV

But GPU-Z say 962mV for a GPU clock @ 771Mhz (corresponding to P0 state, right ?), so something is strange because voltage values are not matching.

So, what will happen if I modify this value, and how to manage GPU boost voltage ?


Thanks for your help.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Svet on 31-July-13, 21:28:56
Hello,

if you change P0 voltage it will set constant such voltage when GPU uses P0, based on what you setup

Quote
But GPU-Z say 962mV for a GPU clock @ 771Mhz (corresponding to P0 state, right ?), so something is strange because voltage values are not matching.

because they change it dynamically, when you set it, it will be constant one.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Seb34 on 31-July-13, 22:41:16
Thanks for your reply.

I did some tests and yes, the P0 voltage has the desired value. But when GPU boost is active the voltage rise to 1.0120v @ 850Mhz and unfortunately I cannot modify this value (it would be nice to be able to change it in future release).

I tried to disable GPU boost logic in "Core tune" thread but the gpu frequency remains at 850Mhz @ 1.0120v and never go to P0 state.

So, if you know a way to undervolt this GPU...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Svet on 31-July-13, 23:26:32
Quote
I did some tests and yes, the P0 voltage has the desired value. But when GPU boost is active the voltage rise to 1.0120v @ 850Mhz and unfortunately I cannot modify this value (it would be nice to be able to change it in future release).

haven't tested to set lower than this, but higher one 1050/1100/1200mV for overvoltage purpose


Quote
I tried to disable GPU boost logic in "Core tune" thread but the gpu frequency remains at 850Mhz @ 1.0120v and never go to P0 state.

this is already P0, also disable GPU boost logic will not underclock the card,
but will set constant max performance, for default clocks this will mean will keep 850MHz for P0 steady,
and no longer boosting between 771 - 850
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Seb34 on 01-August-13, 00:11:53
this is already P0, also disable GPU boost logic will not underclock the card,
but will set constant max performance, for default clocks this will mean will keep 850MHz for P0 steady,
and no longer boosting between 771 - 850


Ok, I understand, so in my opinion it's better to leave GPU boost logic disabled but adjusting P0 voltage seems to have no effect because the GPU voltage remains at 1.0120v regardless of the value set in "Voltage tune" thread
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Svet on 01-August-13, 00:15:20

Ok, I understand, so in my opinion it's better to leave GPU boost logic disabled but adjusting P0 voltage seems to have no effect because the GPU voltage remains at 1.0120v regardless of the value set in "Voltage tune" thread

Quote
Ok, I understand, so in my opinion it's better to leave GPU boost logic disabled

yes this also will stop throttling

Quote
but adjusting P0 voltage seems to have no effect because the GPU voltage remains at 1.0120v regardless of the value set in "Voltage tune" thread

it will have effect only if selected value is higher than max used by the card,
ie: for this case, every value over 1012mV should reflect it. [only overvolt, no undervolt]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Seb34 on 01-August-13, 00:27:27
Thanks for your help  :biggthumbsup:

So, actually it's not possible to undervolt this graphic card.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Svet on 01-August-13, 00:37:08
Thanks for your help  :biggthumbsup:

So, actually it's not possible to undervolt this graphic card.

So, actually it's not possible to undundervoltervolt this graphic card.

dunno haven't looked for undervolting until now
should be possible, but by some different mechanism eventually.

can you send me a copy of your original vbios to my email,
then i will send you a test version to try it, and tell me what undervolted voltage want to set.

Thanks for your help  :biggthumbsup:

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Seb34 on 01-August-13, 01:14:32
Email sent  :)

I also wonder if it's possible to unlock this Vbios to be able to modify voltages in software like MSI afterburner or Nvidiainspector.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Svet on 01-August-13, 03:21:01
Email sent  :)

I also wonder if it's possible to unlock this Vbios to be able to modify voltages in software like MSI afterburner or Nvidiainspector.

Email sent  :)

received it, check PM for another query before send you the test version,
[my results shows success in under-volt purpose as well]
but seems you are off now [and i have to go off soon too]
so will leave this for tomorrow in such case.

I also wonder if it's possible to unlock this Vbios to be able to modify voltages in software like MSI afterburner or Nvidiainspector.

you can set voltage directly to vbios
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.50k]
Post by: Svet on 02-August-13, 01:42:23
Update Info:
All tests with Seb was successfully  :pompom: :pompom: and an addiction update is added to todo list to enhance voltage control with latest research for this unit with more features include undervolt ability and more, changes will reflect with next update.

Next update date is not know yet as i have many other things in todo list as well for the next update.
But will be done asap.

 :hat tip:

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.51r]
Post by: BlackSad on 08-August-13, 10:03:12
Hello,

It is possible to unlock this VBIOS?

www fildirekt.se/dl/1375779021.rar

Thank you.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.51r]
Post by: Svet on 08-August-13, 10:07:21
Hello,

It is possible to unlock this VBIOS?

www fildirekt.se/dl/1375779021.rar

Thank you.

Hello,

will check it if the image is supported and reply back to you a bit later

Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.51r]
Post by: Svet on 08-August-13, 10:11:26
Version has been updated  [ 2.50k ==> 2.51r ]:

Changes:

 Partially supported:
  * Update 675MX: Add support for 2 new vbios types
  * Update   770M: Add support for 1 new vbios type



 * Fixed recently introduced issues:
     - Core management can't proceed some Fermi vbios images
     - Cosmetic issue, black bar appears at specified conditions under core management
     - Memory adjust selection over 4000 resets to 2300+
* Update   780M:
     - Update voltage control for more precision control, new add-on:
        > Allow undervolting
        > Allow master voltage adjust
        > Allow software voltage control
        > Allow software voltage control definition
  * Modify installer to add addiction desktop shortcut to selfupdate module
  * Add "Open","Save" and "Img Loc"[show current working image] as addiction functions for vbios images for more comfortable controls
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.51r]
Post by: Svet on 08-August-13, 11:25:32
Hello,

It is possible to unlock this VBIOS?

www fildirekt.se/dl/1375779021.rar

Thank you.

Hello,

will check it if the image is supported and reply back to you a bit later

Checked it, this is a new vbios type, which is not supported yet.
Will release another tool update later today/tonight to support it.

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.51r]
Post by: BlackSad on 08-August-13, 11:39:35
Thank you very much.

I have your software, it is great.
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.52s]
Post by: Svet on 08-August-13, 17:32:24
Thank you very much.

I have your software, it is great.

Thanks :hat tip:
The image which you posted earlier is now supported


Version has been updated  [ 2.51r ==> 2.52s ]:

Changes:

 
* Update  780M: Add support for new vbios type
   
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.52s]
Post by: BlackSad on 08-August-13, 18:17:03
Thank you,

The power is not supported for the VBIOS ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.52s]
Post by: Svet on 08-August-13, 18:59:31
yep, power control is not enabled for mobiles,
can be done in future versions if needs.
but personally i'm unable to see any real benefit from it on the units that i've able to test it [probably because power was capped/limited by EC or/and ac charger]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.52s]
Post by: BlackSad on 09-August-13, 08:59:51
Hello,

I have several laptop ALIENWARE.

I am an administrator, and our forum can test the VBIOS for laptop PC.

http://portables4gamers.com/

Thank you
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.52s]
Post by: Svet on 09-August-13, 09:25:31
will add power adjust ability with next update
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.52s]
Post by: BlackSad on 09-August-13, 09:31:06
Thank you very much.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.52s]
Post by: gpvecchi on 09-August-13, 15:05:01
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Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.52s]
Post by: Svet on 09-August-13, 15:33:23
Thank you very much.

Will take some time, 1-2 weeks, maybe less depend of time and other stuffs that eventually can be done in same time.

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.52s]
Post by: tykgch on 14-August-13, 07:04:53
Mod edit: English only! :police:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.52s]
Post by: Svet on 14-August-13, 08:35:46
@tykgch
Please use English only! Thanks

to your queries:
tool don't support fan curve control [depend of future research it could be possible do be added later eventually, but consider its N/A]

about unlocking addiction hardware on the cards, like you mention:
ROP, shader, add on memory blocks
in modern hardware i don't know any cards that can unlock such addiction hardware successfully.
this is also very risky stuffs and can brick the units easy
the same about GPU registers which you are looking for, and ability to turn off/on hardware units on the GPU
those are low level and risky stuffs, tool do not support those low level operations [and not going to be]

thanks

P.S: Version update is scheduled for 17 Aug
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.52s]
Post by: Svet on 14-August-13, 10:59:17
@tykgch
In public only English is allowed, everything else will be removed.
Forum rules don't allow posting in different language in public.
Yes i can understand Russian, but we can't talk in different than English in public.
I've removed your message and will send you PM answer to reply query a bit later
thanks
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Svet on 16-August-13, 15:12:52
Version has been updated  [ 2.52s ==> 2.53t ]:

Changes:

 
* Update  780M:
   - Add support for new vbios type
   - Allow Power control
* Update  770M: [partially supported]
   - Add support for new vbios type
   - Allow Power control
* Update GTX780:
   - Add support for new vbios type
   - Allow Max Voltage adjustment [under voltage thread]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: BlackSad on 16-August-13, 18:22:37
Thank you for the work.

I manage to make 10K on 3DMARK11 with my GTX780M.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Svet on 17-August-13, 10:29:59
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I manage to make 10K on 3DMARK11 with my GTX780M.

super :pompom:

Quote
Thank you for the work.

 :hat tip:

Quote from: Seb
I did some tests with undervolt and I have good results : I lost 4°C and approximately 8-10 watts at power outlet.

 :pompom:  :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: gpvecchi on 17-August-13, 15:57:13
Hallo Svet, sorry for provide feedback so late...
Edited new bios (780's 80.10.3A) with your app, all fine!
Is it possible to add the possibility of editing vendor/board ID/subsystem ID as in old NiBiTor? I think it is useful to use different bioses without reinstalling drivers...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Svet on 17-August-13, 19:52:55
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Is it possible to add the possibility of editing vendor/board ID/subsystem ID

could be done later in time, but not for now as im busy with other priority and important tool's stuffs.

Quote
Edited new bios (780's 80.10.3A) with your app, all fine!

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: gpvecchi on 20-August-13, 22:40:30
Just a couple of questions question: what if I set boost clock at a higher value than boost table?
What is the meaning of boost limit? I assume that 780 work between normal clock and boost clock, so what's that higher boost limit?
Thanks!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Jam0r on 21-August-13, 13:09:50
Svet thanks for the recent update and for including my bios!

Just wanted to run something by you in terms of voltages.

If I set the P0 state to 1.21 and leave the others the same, when running on power mode and just browsing windows the voltage stays at 1.21. When I load up a game and go back through the log, I notice the voltage drops down to .832

I then sent all the P states to 1.21v and the drop doesn't happen but I get worse performance in game than I do at default voltages. 3dMark 11 for example runs about 60fps in the first bench video on default but with the added voltage it drops down to 30 and keeps dropping.

Is this thermal throttling as the GPU temp hits a maximum of 72 yet i've seen it go higher playing games.

Also even after adding extra voltage it doesn't really effect the clocking on the card as I can't go much higher, this is probably down to luck of the card more than anything though
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Jam0r on 21-August-13, 13:11:33
Thank you for the work.

I manage to make 10K on 3DMARK11 with my GTX780M.

What settings did you use to reach this score?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Svet on 21-August-13, 14:48:48
Just a couple of questions question: what if I set boost clock at a higher value than boost table?
What is the meaning of boost limit? I assume that 780 work between normal clock and boost clock, so what's that higher boost limit?
Thanks!

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I assume that 780 work between normal clock and boost clock, so what's that higher boost limit?

not only, there is a pair of other clock domains which defines the max. boost limit,
when you choose desired one, tool change all required at once,
[same as many other stuffs, full automated when needs]

Quote
what if I set boost clock at a higher value than boost table?

haven't tested such combinations, typically its higher or equal to the boost clock.
you can test different options to figure which one suits best,
if the boost clock is higher than max boost table clock,
then you probably would get more limited performance compared if its the same or higher one.

Quote
When I load up a game and go back through the log, I notice the voltage drops down to .832
if the card going in idle it will reduce its voltage respective

Svet thanks for the recent update and for including my bios!

Just wanted to run something by you in terms of voltages.

If I set the P0 state to 1.21 and leave the others the same, when running on power mode and just browsing windows the voltage stays at 1.21. When I load up a game and go back through the log, I notice the voltage drops down to .832

I then sent all the P states to 1.21v and the drop doesn't happen but I get worse performance in game than I do at default voltages. 3dMark 11 for example runs about 60fps in the first bench video on default but with the added voltage it drops down to 30 and keeps dropping.

Is this thermal throttling as the GPU temp hits a maximum of 72 yet i've seen it go higher playing games.

Also even after adding extra voltage it doesn't really effect the clocking on the card as I can't go much higher, this is probably down to luck of the card more than anything though

Use master voltage to give it add on voltage.
Add P0 voltage only for stabilisation if needs.
Don't use such high values of 1.21V,
use lower steps, for example from default 1V,
you can set it to 1030mV[1.03V] or 1050mV[1.05V], [if need sets more after testing, but dont push high one as 1.21V, which would bring you negative impact and poor performance]
leave other voltage to their defaults.
If addiction P0 stabilization is need, apply from 1-2 steps upper from its default P0 voltage [not from the master voltage]


Or if you test it with on the fly voltage 1st, the same:
don't push to the max limit, but give 1-2 steps more over its defaults one.

IE: Give addiction voltage only if needs. When you set max voltage the card will trying to fits in specified "W" and trying to balance between MHz and W, which would lead to poor results.

Quote
Svet thanks for the recent update and for including my bios!

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Jam0r on 23-August-13, 12:37:46
Thanks for the reply Svet

I've since changed the thermal paste and managed to get temps down a fair bit.

So basically in a nut shell you suggest a small voltage increase. What about the Power Limit? I'm running the 230v power adapter so think it's fairly reasonable to increase this to allow the card to draw extra power if needs be.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Svet on 23-August-13, 12:49:20
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So basically in a nut shell you suggest a small voltage increase.

yes give voltage only if needs, ie: when you meet instability at higher clocks.
then you can add +1,2 steps voltage over default to stabilize it,
then retest for stability

Quote
What about the Power Limit? I'm running the 230v power adapter so think it's fairly reasonable to increase this to allow the card to draw extra power if needs be.

yes you can set new desired levels
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: mediadoctor on 25-August-13, 17:23:59
Hi.
What about support gtx680m?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Svet on 25-August-13, 18:29:49
Hi.
What about support gtx680m?

hello,

680M is not supported, all supported models are listed in 1st topic.
but you can send me your vbios from 680M, which eventually  i could add support for it later in time,
when find a free time for it.
currently busy with latest generation 7xx cards.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: mustardgs on 29-August-13, 15:37:11
Hi svet!
I've just brought MSI ge40 with GTX760M and really looking forword to have it overclocked.It seems to be huge potential performance with a unlock in vbios.
Definite going to donate after your tool supports 7xx series. ;D
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Svet on 29-August-13, 15:55:15
Hi svet!
I've just brought MSI ge40 with GTX760M and really looking forword to have it overclocked.It seems to be huge potential performance with a unlock in vbios.
Definite going to donate after your tool supports 7xx series. ;D

Hi mustardgs,

send me your original vbios image at my email [check PM for details],
in a case that you have some new vbios type.

GTX760M currently its partially/basic supported,[with limited stuffs that can be adjusted, as can be readed from the 1st topic]
can note you with message if/when become fully supported.
But will not be done with next version, [but with later versions eventually]
currently too busy with GTX7xx desktop models, adding/building new more great features based on my latest research,
1st will be introduced for GTX780, then for other desktops GTX7xx models.

Then will focus back to mobile GTX770M and below models.

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: mustardgs on 29-August-13, 16:54:36
Hi mustardgs,

send me your original vbios image at my email [check PM for details],
in a case that you have some new vbios type.

GTX760M currently its partially/basic supported,[with limited stuffs that can be adjusted, as can be readed from the 1st topic]
can note you with message if/when become fully supported.
But will not be done with next version, [but with later versions eventually]
currently too busy with GTX7xx desktop models, adding/building new more great features based on my latest research,
1st will be introduced for GTX780, then for other desktops GTX7xx models.

Then will focus back to mobile GTX770M and below models.

 :hat tip:

thanks svet,
pleased to hear that fully support will be achieved eventually. ;D
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: mediadoctor on 29-August-13, 22:52:46
Svet, can you add vbios 80.04.58.00.1D  for 675mx?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Svet on 29-August-13, 23:01:06
Svet, can you add vbios 80.04.58.00.1D  for 675mx?

send me the vbios file, can't tell by this number

EDIT: Received and checked them, those are already supported but with limited functionality [memory & voltage only, as described in 1st topic], full support for 6xx mobiles is not planned soon.


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: chris89 on 31-August-13, 00:15:46
How can I download this?

I'm looking to disable P12 on GTX 470....  to reduce power consumption.

Can I do it in Nibitor or Svet?

Also min max fan speed doesn't change a thing on Nibitor on the fermi chips I tested.. gtx 460, gtx 470...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Nakednakedguy on 02-September-13, 00:03:59
I think this program is brilliant! I've used it for quite some time with Nvidia mobile's.
It would be awesome with a disable GPU boost 2.0 function on GTX 7XXM cards and unlocked core. But I guess this would not be a walk in the park :D
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: Svet on 02-September-13, 00:56:44
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I'm looking to disable P12 on GTX 470....  to reduce power consumption.

never heard for such, the tool can't disable pstates.
if you disable P12 somehow your card may become bricked..
or to post with P8 state instead, but this cannot reduce the power consumption but opposite.

I think this program is brilliant! I've used it for quite some time with Nvidia mobile's.
It would be awesome with a disable GPU boost 2.0 function on GTX 7XXM cards and unlocked core. But I guess this would not be a walk in the park :D

for 780M those are already supported, for 770M will be done when they become fully supported. [in future versions]

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: chris89 on 02-September-13, 04:44:05
never heard for such, the tool can't disable pstates.
if you disable P12 somehow your card may become bricked..
or to post with P8 state instead, but this cannot reduce the power consumption but opposite.

for 780M those are already supported, for 770M will be done when they become fully supported. [in future versions]

This is the P12 state it rides on 3d high even when set to all 0's and I left the voltage arrangement.  I want to disable this state because it uses a lot of power at 1v... more than my 3d high of 0.9875v... 

(http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l221/chris2006189/GTX470P12State_zpsd1d4b212.jpg)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.53t]
Post by: luoxia on 06-September-13, 09:34:55
Hello!
Request to add MSI 670mx vbios
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Svet on 07-September-13, 17:40:19
Version has been updated  [ 2.53t ==> 2.54x ]:

Changes:

* Update FAN Control for Kepler GPUs:
   - Show all detected results and update them in real time based on our modifications for more comfortable control.
* Add eXpert FAN Control for GTX 780:
   To Standard[current supported] modifications:
     - FAN Min [%]
     - FAN Max [%]
     - FAN Min [RPM]
     - FAN Max [RPM]
     - FAN Boot Duty [%]  --> [This also will modify Dust Removal Technology speed for the cards who support such.]
   Now plus new one: [For GTX 780 only, for now]
   > FAN Curve Control:
     - Trigger control point 1:
        ==> target C [Temp in Celsius]
        ==> target FAN RPM + % calculation
        ==> RPM Tolerance %
     - Trigger control point 2:
        ==> target C [Temp in Celsius]
        ==> target FAN RPM + % calculation
        ==>  RPM Tolerance %
     - Trigger control point 3:
        ==> target C [Temp in Celsius]
        ==> target FAN RPM + % calculation
        ==> RPM Tolerance %
   > FAN OS Min [RPM]
   > FAN OS Max [RPM]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: chris89 on 07-September-13, 17:51:40
How do I update to v2.54x from 1.16x?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Svet on 07-September-13, 17:53:07
How do I update to v2.54x from 1.16x?

email me with your original email information used for tool's donation to verify you as tool owner,
once verified, will send you updated tool version.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: chris89 on 07-September-13, 17:57:43
Any 460/ 470/ 550 ti support?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Svet on 07-September-13, 18:27:52
all supported models are listed in 1st topic.
those old models has standard supported features also described in 1st topic.
ie: all recently related updates are related to newest GPU only.

if you want you can upload some vbios to tell you if its currently supported or not.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: chris89 on 07-September-13, 18:34:28
Okay sure yeah trying to setup fan profile curve to be max speed at 80C or so.  Here's the vbios...

http://www.mediafire.com/?owkpe2n9u851927
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Svet on 07-September-13, 18:37:20
FAN curve is only for GTX 780 not for any other card.

also this vbios image is 470GTX, which is not supported model.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Hackintoshihope on 12-September-13, 06:10:02
Svet is there anyway to edit the voltage in this bios to 1.025v or 1.037v, I can't seem to do it.

GTX 780M - Vbios

http://www.mediafire.com/download/2sz3n1mpb5ygbs/780MUOC.rom
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Svet on 12-September-13, 07:39:51
Svet is there anyway to edit the voltage in this bios to 1.025v or 1.037v, I can't seem to do it.

GTX 780M - Vbios

http://www.mediafire.com/download/2sz3n1mpb5ygbs/780MUOC.rom

Yep, checked, duplicated and fixed the compatibility issue with this vbios image.
changes will reflect with next update, sent you the one with wanted changes to avoid waiting.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Hackintoshihope on 13-September-13, 01:24:52
The bios you sent me does not reflect the voltage change? Its still at 1V. But I guess I'll wait for you to release the next version.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Svet on 13-September-13, 01:38:11
The bios you sent me does not reflect the voltage change? Its still at 1V. But I guess I'll wait for you to release the next version.

let me double check and will send you updated version if needs.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Hackintoshihope on 13-September-13, 02:15:42
Thanks, when it goes to max clocks it stays at the 1v limit maybe the correct voltage wasnt changed when you fixed it for me? I'm looking for a 1.037 volt outcome. Also when do you think you should have the updated version of the vbios editor posted?

Edit* Tested the new one its flawless. PERFECT :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Svet on 13-September-13, 02:30:48
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Edit* Tested the new one its flawless. PERFECT :)

 :pompom: :pompom:

Quote
Also when do you think you should have the updated version of the vbios editor posted?

In 1-2 weeks, need to finish all other stuffs 1st that i currently working on them, which are already started.[in progress]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Pochowan on 13-September-13, 14:34:37
Very good job Svet  :biggthumbsup: , I'm waiting for unlocking GTX 765M full :)

Thanks again. :smile:

Greetings.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: famich on 18-September-13, 17:58:37
 :biggthumbsup: Hello, donation  has been made.

looking  forward to the tool   :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Svet on 18-September-13, 20:03:29
Very good job Svet  :biggthumbsup: , I'm waiting for unlocking GTX 765M full :)

Thanks again. :smile:

Greetings.

 :hat tip: Greetings

:biggthumbsup: Hello, donation  has been made.

looking  forward to the tool   :biggthumbsup:

Hello, received it, it was sent to you near instantly :hat tip:


P.S: Version Update scheduled for 21-22/Sep


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: famich on 19-September-13, 15:57:36
Hello, Svet  !

My GTX 780 Lightning  BIOS  shows the max  V 1,21 V at the level 5 , I believe . Is it possible just to change this   V to abit higher one e.g. 1,23 ? Would it be necessary to change the power target as well ? / Let us say  to 350 -400mW / ?

Thanks for the reply   ;D
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: thyhoivoz on 19-September-13, 16:53:16
The newest Vbios can be change powerlimits ? thank you
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: Svet on 19-September-13, 20:46:38
Hello, Svet  !

My GTX 780 Lightning  BIOS  shows the max  V 1,21 V at the level 5 , I believe . Is it possible just to change this   V to abit higher one e.g. 1,23 ? Would it be necessary to change the power target as well ? / Let us say  to 350 -400mW / ?

Thanks for the reply   ;D

Hello,

More than 1.21V is not possible to be set by BIOS
for higher voltage you have to use Afterburner [only for cards with customs design that can support more than 1.212V]

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.54x]
Post by: famich on 19-September-13, 21:13:42
OK, not glad to read it, but  I have  expected that .. we need  new BIOS   for Lightning,  for sure  !
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Svet on 21-September-13, 23:22:23
Version has been updated  [ 2.54x ==> 2.55y ]:

Changes:

* Add support for new vBIOS types:
    - 780M: +1
    - 770M: +1
    - 765M: +1
    - 760M: +1
    - GTX 770: +3
* Add eXpert FAN Control for GTX 770:
   To Standard[current supported] modifications:
     - FAN Min [%]
     - FAN Max [%]
     - FAN Min [RPM]
     - FAN Max [RPM]
     - FAN Boot Duty [%]  --> [This also will modify Dust Removal Technology speed for the cards who support such.]
   Now plus new one: [For GTX 770 and GTX 780 only, for now]
   > FAN Curve Control:
     - Trigger control point 1:
        ==> target C [Temp in Celsius]
        ==> target FAN RPM + % calculation
        ==> RPM Tolerance %
     - Trigger control point 2:
        ==> target C [Temp in Celsius]
        ==> target FAN RPM + % calculation
        ==>  RPM Tolerance %
     - Trigger control point 3:
        ==> target C [Temp in Celsius]
        ==> target FAN RPM + % calculation
        ==> RPM Tolerance %
   > FAN OS Min [RPM]
   > FAN OS Max [RPM]

* Update appearance.
* Fixed cosmetic issue, when enter to adjust FAN OS RPM, min FAN OS RPM is not shown.
* Update GTX 770: Add ability to Enable/Disable boost logic
* Update 780M: Fixed compatibility issue which cause voltage management to unable to proceed an vbios
* Update 760M:
      - Add core management support:
         :Maximum Boost Frequency
         :Maximum Boost table Frequency
         :Essential Domains 1,2,3
         :GPU core OC software Limit removal
         :GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
      - Update voltage control: Add master voltage adjustment
* Update 765M:
     - Add core management support:
         :Maximum Boost Frequency
         :Maximum Boost table Frequency
         :Essential Domains 1,2,3
         :GPU core OC software Limit removal
         :GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
*  Update 770M:
  - Add core management support:
         :Maximum Boost Frequency
         :Maximum Boost table Frequency
         :Essential Domains 1,2,3
         :GPU core OC software Limit removal
         :GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: mustardgs on 22-September-13, 06:07:25
Version has been updated  [ 2.54x ==> 2.55y ]:

Changes:

* Add support for new vBIOS types:
* Update 760M:
      - Add core management support:
         :Maximum Boost Frequency
         :Maximum Boost table Frequency
         :Essential Domains 1,2,3
         :GPU core OC software Limit removal
         :GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
      - Update voltage control: Add master voltage adjustment

fantastic :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Klem on 22-September-13, 21:11:28
Great job Svet! Works amazingly! Thank you so much!  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Svet on 23-September-13, 03:41:20
fantastic :biggthumbsup:
Great job Svet! Works amazingly! Thank you so much!  :biggthumbsup:

thanks :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Nakednakedguy on 23-September-13, 06:12:37
Awesome work Svet! :D v 2.55y works flawless!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: gpvecchi on 23-September-13, 22:44:26
Hallo! I can download new versions just with update function; is that right or should I receive them by email, too?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Svet on 23-September-13, 22:46:05
Awesome work Svet! :D v 2.55y works flawless!

 :hat tip:

Hallo! I can download new versions just with update function; is that right

that's right

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or should I receive them by email, too?

nope since you already have it
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: gpvecchi on 24-September-13, 20:47:28
Thank you very much! I'm going to test latest version with a different bios... ;-)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Pbryanw on 25-September-13, 18:10:24
Hi, I have a problem whereby my MSI GTX 660 Twin Frozr III/OC spikes to 30% TDP (from 9%) when using Chrome or Firefox with GPU acceleration turned on (monitored in GPU-Z).

The reason it's a problem is that my card makes a noise when it reaches 30% TDP which I'd rather it didn't.

I'm just wondering if I can use Svet's Tuner to lower these TDP/voltage spikes when browsing? I'm using a UEFI bios I requested from this site, so would that be compatible with the tuner?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Svet on 25-September-13, 18:20:12
Hi, I have a problem whereby my MSI GTX 660 Twin Frozr III/OC spikes to 30% TDP (from 9%) when using Chrome or Firefox with GPU acceleration turned on (monitored in GPU-Z).

The reason it's a problem is that my card makes a noise when it reaches 30% TDP which I'd rather it didn't.

I'm just wondering if I can use Svet's Tuner to lower these TDP/voltage spikes when browsing? I'm using a UEFI bios I requested from this site, so would that be compatible with the tuner?

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I'm just wondering if I can use Svet's Tuner to lower these TDP/voltage spikes when browsing?

that's very vague
if you mean switching between different P-states, its normal the card to switch between depend of load,
but this will not cause lag

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I'm using a UEFI bios I requested from this site, so would that be compatible with the tuner?

nope, this specified type is not supported
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Pbryanw on 25-September-13, 21:18:40
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Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Svet on 26-September-13, 06:37:43
(post deleted)
Thanks for your quick reply. If the noises continue (started after changing PSU) would it be best just to RMA the card then?

If its proven to be VGA failure yes, best test the card in another PC if possible.
If the same hapends there too, rma it.

p.s.: but keep posting in your topic about his
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: r3d on 29-September-13, 03:07:35
Hi Svet, do you take requests for unlocking a specific vbios? (i.e. I want to have the voltage and OC limit on my MSI 770M unlocked) If so, how should I go about doing so?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Svet on 29-September-13, 05:02:30
Hello,

Quote
Hi Svet, do you take requests for unlocking a specific vbios?

nope

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: r3d on 29-September-13, 09:17:54
Ok. I noticed that your tool supports the 770m. Does this include the 770m in the  MSI GT60-2OC? (BIOS version 80.06.54.00.11, Device ID 10DE - 11E0, vendor MSI 1462)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Svet on 29-September-13, 09:42:10
yes probably and should be,[except if its some new vbios type]
but to be sure email me your backup vbios at my email [check PM for details]
to check it

EDIT: Received and check it, yep its supported
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: kiba208 on 30-September-13, 06:43:08
I wonder this program can change subsystem vendor vbios?
I have 770M card with Clevo vbios and want to change vendor to MSI.

Can found Clevo vbios in this link
http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/144882/clevo-gtx770m-3072-130205.html
BIOS version 80.06.51.00.0C, Device ID 10DE - 11E0, vendor NVIDIA 10DE
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Svet on 30-September-13, 12:01:39
Hello,

Quote
I wonder this program can change subsystem vendor vbios?

Nope, it can't.

P.S: Version update scheduled in 24 hours
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: kiba208 on 30-September-13, 16:26:04
OK. And will it support in future?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.55y]
Post by: Svet on 01-October-13, 09:09:44
OK. And will it support in future?

if its possible to be done yes could be,  else not. [assume its as not]
in latest generation nvidia changed the way how its works,
its no longer simple, by ID change require hardware modifications via resistors.

about vendor ID i hear that they no longer can be changed at vice verde,
[standard ID change leads to no real changes]
check your PM i've sent you a test version to try.
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Svet on 03-October-13, 10:40:17
With some delay:
Version has been updated  [ 2.55y ==> 2.56z ]:

Changes:

 * Update 760M: Add support for new vbios type
 * Fixed cosmetic issue, core management GK ID incorrect for some of recently added cards
 * Improve Updater to handle some custom cases, auto detect if there is customized cache location to be able to clear old cache data before check for update.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Nakednakedguy on 03-October-13, 21:26:43
Seems like I can't disable GPU boost on this Clevo VBIOS for GTX 770M http://www.fildirekt.se/dl/1380858992.rar
It doesn't show in the tuner if the boost is disabled or not, other 770M VBIOSes does it though :P
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Svet on 03-October-13, 21:45:44
Seems like I can't disable GPU boost on this Clevo VBIOS for GTX 770M http://www.fildirekt.se/dl/1380858992.rar
It doesn't show in the tuner if the boost is disabled or not, other 770M VBIOSes does it though :P

Saw it, [seems there is compatibility issue with this one]
will check it tomorrow and fix it with next update.

EDIT: Issue has been fixed, changes will reflect with next update.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Nakednakedguy on 04-October-13, 18:30:22
Saw it, [seems there is compatibility issue with this one]
will check it tomorrow and fix it with next update.

EDIT: Issue has been fixed, changes will reflect with next update.

Awesome! :D

Btw, do you have any newer versions of Clevo or MSI 770m? if there are any.. I've used one from an MSI which worked but it must have been an old version as it said gk104 which is obviously wrong :P
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Jam0r on 05-October-13, 08:46:57
Svet where can I download your tool again?

I've formatted and stupidly didn't save the download.

The email I donated from was removed to protect from spam and keep privacy
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Svet on 05-October-13, 12:31:23
Awesome! :D

Btw, do you have any newer versions of Clevo or MSI 770m? if there are any.. I've used one from an MSI which worked but it must have been an old version as it said gk104 which is obviously wrong :P

Btw, do you have any newer versions of Clevo or MSI 770m? if there are any.. I've used one from an MSI which worked but it must have been an old version as it said gk104 which is obviously wrong :P

Will send you all versions that i have.
EDIT: Done

Svet where can I download your tool again?

I've formatted and stupidly didn't save the download.

The email I donated from was removed to protect from spam and keep privacy

Re-sent you latest version  :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: gpvecchi on 05-October-13, 14:58:39
One suggestion for next versions: I noticed that sometimes there is "A" for abort, sometimes "Q" to quit, "5" or "6" to update settings...
I suggest to use the same for all (something like "0" to abort, "9" or "S" to save)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Svet on 06-October-13, 10:58:26
One suggestion for next versions: I noticed that sometimes there is "A" for abort, sometimes "Q" to quit, "5" or "6" to update settings...
I suggest to use the same for all (something like "0" to abort, "9" or "S" to save)

Oki, will be done
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Hackintoshihope on 07-October-13, 19:37:40
Svet initially I thought your edits allowed me to successfully change the voltage in the 780M vbios I sent you. HOWEVER when you turn off optimus, on an optimus enabled laptop, the voltage mod forces the card not to boot. To fix this you have to remove your card and turn optimus back on. Some how any edits to that vbios causes it to be corrupt. Do you have anyway of rectifying this. To summarize, using your tool to edit values in that vbios cause the video card not to boot correctly.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Svet on 07-October-13, 19:54:59
Svet initially I thought your edits allowed me to successfully change the voltage in the 780M vbios I sent you. HOWEVER when you turn off optimus, on an optimus enabled laptop, the voltage mod forces the card not to boot. To fix this you have to remove your card and turn optimus back on. Some how any edits to that vbios causes it to be corrupt. Do you have anyway of rectifying this. To summarize, using your tool to edit values in that vbios cause the video card not to boot correctly.

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HOWEVER when you turn off optimus, on an optimus enabled laptop, the voltage mod forces the card not to boot.

i don't know for such conditions when you turn off optimus.
if you do the same with its original does it boots when you turn off the optimus?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Bad213Boy on 08-October-13, 01:33:40
Hey man, just paid for this thing. Is there some kind of manual to go with this? This donation isn't cheap either. At least give me a manual or something.

I need some help figuring out what the following are:

Maximum Boost Frequency:
Maximum Boost table Frequency:
Essential Domain 1:
Essential Domain 2:

I know what Boost is, I just don't understand why there's a separate table Frequency. And what's the difference between Domain 1 & 2? It's all kind of confusing when you buy your first video card with Boost tech on it I guess.


Are they the initial default Boost Frequencies?  Also, what's the difference between P0 and P2? Is it that P0 is the max and P2 is the min?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Svet on 08-October-13, 01:41:21
Hey man, just paid for this thing. Is there some kind of manual?

I need some help figuring out what the following are:

VBIOS Detected Essential Domain 1:
VBIOS Detected Essential Domain 2:

Also, what's the difference between P0 and P2? Is it that P0 is the max and P2 is the min?

Hello,

Quote
Is there some kind of manual?

all info is at 1st page, but you can also ask here if needs

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I need some help figuring out what the following are:

VBIOS Detected Essential Domain 1:
VBIOS Detected Essential Domain 2:

Those are clocks that are represents and associated with base and boost clocks.
[the clocks that will appear in GPU-Z main page]

Quote
Also, what's the difference between P0 and P2? Is it that P0 is the max and P2 is the min?

they are high performance states, when you change P0 its recommended to change them both with same values.

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Bad213Boy on 08-October-13, 01:42:45
Wow that was quick dude. You're on point. I added some stuff too, sorry about that.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.56z]
Post by: Svet on 08-October-13, 01:52:32
Wow that was quick dude. You're on point. I added some stuff too, sorry about that.


Quote
And what's the difference between Domain 1 & 2?

they are various of clocks domain that can be associated with GPU default and boost clocks,
active clocks are auto detected [depend of vbios type & gpu type] and listed for reading & writing.

Quote
I know what Boost is, I just don't understand why there's a separate table Frequency.

table Frequency is pack of clocks domains which are sorted in specified clock stepping
they are different than max boost clocks definition [at point 1]

when you change the table Frequency clock, this is higher clock from the table,
and based on single input, tool auto calculate the entire clock table and rewrite entire table based on our new desired selection max clock selection

It's recommended table Frequency clock to be equal or higher than Maximum Boost Frequency.
[in most cases they are in equal config, but sometime max table clock freq. can be higher, which is also valid selection]




Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.57a]
Post by: Svet on 08-October-13, 16:28:21
Version has been updated  [ 2.56z ==> 2.57a ]:

Changes:

 * Update 770M: Add support for new vbios type. [to fix issue wrong core clocks and boost logic N/A with specified new vbios image]
 * Add test vbios support for specified 670MX vbios image, for testing purpose only.[memory and voltage support]
    [Else 670MX in general remain unsupported]
 * Update 765M: Add support for new vbios type.
 * Modify recently added addiction save module to avoid false detection issue with Norton AV
 * Applied new hotkey rules inside threads to be equal for all of them as followed:
       - "A" ==> Abort and going back to main menu and discard any changes done in current thread. 
       - "S" ==> Save changes and going back to main menu.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.57a]
Post by: Traditio on 11-October-13, 22:32:23
Hi, Svet.

I'm trying to lower the default fan speed from my new MSI GTX 650 Ti BOOST (http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N650Ti-2GD5-OC-BE.html), but the tool (latest version) says that the BIOS is not supported.

Is there something that can be done about it?

I can email you the BIOS if you want to take a look at it.

Best regards.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.57a]
Post by: Svet on 11-October-13, 22:39:10
Hi, Svet.

I'm trying to lower the default fan speed from my new MSI GTX 650 Ti BOOST (http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N650Ti-2GD5-OC-BE.html), but the tool (latest version) says that the BIOS is not supported.

Is there something that can be done about it?

I can email you the BIOS if you want to take a look at it.

Best regards.

Hello,

Normal, GTX 650 Ti BOOST is not supported


Quote
I'm trying to lower the default fan speed
Is there something that can be done about it?
I can email you the BIOS if you want to take a look at it.

Email me the vbios to take a look

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.57a]
Post by: Traditio on 11-October-13, 22:51:35
Hello,

Normal, GTX 650 Ti BOOST is not supported


Email me the vbios to take a look

BR,
Svet

I just want to lower the default 30% fan speed. Nothing else. Hope it is possible.

I've tried other Kepler bios editors. They change the fan percentage that monitoring tools show, but not the actual fan speed. They spin at the same RPMs that they do at the default 30% speed.

I can email you from the forum, but can't attach files to the mails.

How do I send the file to you?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.57a]
Post by: Svet on 11-October-13, 22:54:41
use your email client where you can attach files
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.57a]
Post by: Traditio on 11-October-13, 22:59:52
use your email client where you can attach files

Done   8-))
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.57a]
Post by: Terbits on 15-October-13, 03:57:23
hi, i already donated for 240k but i cannot update my vbios tuner,

info removed to protect from spam

send me new version or let me know how to solve this problem, thanks



Quote
send me new version or let me know how to solve this problem, thanks

latest version has been sent
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.58c]
Post by: Svet on 17-October-13, 16:35:05
Version has been updated  [ 2.57a ==> 2.58c ]:

Changes:

 * Fixed cosmetic issue at some places was still shows 'Q' to abort instead 'A'
 * Fixed recently introduced issue 760M vbios-z and core management error
 * Fixed recently introduced issue GTX TITAN vbios-z error
 * Update test version 670MX:
      - re-calibrate voltage control based on latest test results
      - add support for 2 new vbios types
 * Update GTX TITAN: Add ability to Enable/Disable Boost Logic
 * Modify some .asm sources to avoid false positive suspicion detection for Avast issue
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.58c]
Post by: BudMarLeY on 23-October-13, 05:57:07
am i the only one seeing this but svets reader is giving me weird perimeters which I can tell you is 100% not true for the 780m vbios.

It says my vBIOS is being run with 1w of power???

 (http://s12.postimg.org/vub8zo3ml/Untitled.jpg)

i dont know what is going on so maybe someone can help me.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.58c]
Post by: Svet on 23-October-13, 06:01:26
Hello,


Can you send me your vbios type to my email [check Pm for details]
Looks like you have some new vbios type, and some reading are not correct.
will add proper support for it with next update

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.58c]
Post by: BudMarLeY on 23-October-13, 06:10:05
Sent, thanks for getting back to me that quick! Much appreciated!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.58c]
Post by: Svet on 23-October-13, 06:14:31
Sent, thanks for getting back to me that quick! Much appreciated!

Receive it & checked it, will add proper support for this new vbios type with next tool update.
Next tool update is scheduled in 24 hours

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.58c]
Post by: BudMarLeY on 23-October-13, 06:18:58
Many thanks! Good work by the way! Keep up the good work.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.58c]
Post by: housemeistah on 23-October-13, 06:55:57
Is it possible to add the undervolting features for 770m? It would be very useful ... especially for software undervolting. I tried undervolting with the last versions, but it doesn't really work. I have got the same problems like Seb34 described them for the 780m on page 15 of this thread.
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.59d]
Post by: Svet on 23-October-13, 07:04:22
Many thanks! Good work by the way! Keep up the good work.

its now done

Version has been updated  [ 2.58c ==> 2.59d ]:

Changes:


 * Update test version 670MX: Add support for new vbios type
 * Update version 780M: Add support for new vbios type
 * Update GTX780: Add support for new vbios type
 * Update GTX 660 Ti: Add support for new vbios type
 



Is it possible to add the undervolting features for 770m? It would be very useful ... especially for software undervolting. I tried undervolting with the last versions, but it doesn't really work. I have got the same problems like Seb34 described them for the 780m on page 15 of this thread.

don't know about this, need to be tested eventually, [if its possible sure will add such ability for this card]
email me your vbios type,[check PM for details] and i will prepare some test bios versions to try later tonight
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.59d]
Post by: BudMarLeY on 23-October-13, 08:12:38
Thank you!!!!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.59d]
Post by: r3d on 25-October-13, 07:56:25
Hi Svet. I've been using your tool with my MSI 770m and it's been great for the most part. I was wondering if it is possible to adjust the voltage of the GPU boost? (I have tried changing the voltage of essential domain 1, and it didn't work).
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.59d]
Post by: Svet on 25-October-13, 17:59:25
Hello,

Hi Svet. I've been using your tool with my MSI 770m and it's been great for the most part. I was wondering if it is possible to adjust the voltage of the GPU boost? (I have tried changing the voltage of essential domain 1, and it didn't work).

if you want to change voltage its done under voltage thread, under core management its for clocks adjustment

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(I have tried changing the voltage of essential domain 1, and it didn't work)

what you've changed, to what? and what didn't work?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.59d]
Post by: r3d on 25-October-13, 23:22:58
Hello,

if you want to change voltage its done under voltage thread, under core management its for clocks adjustment

what you've changed, to what? and what didn't work?

Sorry, I mistyped. When I change the voltage for the P0 state, it doesn't affect the voltage when GPU boost is activated.

So when I set the voltage of the P0 state to 1.000v (up from the stock 0.968v):
1. GPU Boost Disabled, Essential Domain 1 clock speed: 963mhz. <-- works, core speed at 963mhz and voltage at 1.000v under load.

2. GPU Boost Enabled, Essential Domain 1 clock speed: 863mhz, Max Boost Frequency: 963mhz. <-- doesn't work, core speed at 963mhz but voltage at default 0.968v under load.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.59d]
Post by: Svet on 25-October-13, 23:45:17
gimme remote to take a look, check PM for details
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.59d]
Post by: Jorginto on 29-October-13, 12:33:08
Hi Svet,

I donated to get your tool. When I edit my 770 LT LN2  bios to change power target and disable boost, it doesnt work. Changing power target only unlocks the slider in MSI AB up to 300%, but it's still at 109%. When I disable boost, the card is boosting as usual. Any idea why it happens?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.59d]
Post by: Svet on 29-October-13, 13:47:27
Hi Svet,

I donated to get your tool. When I edit my 770 LT LN2  bios to change power target and disable boost, it doesnt work. Changing power target only unlocks the slider in MSI AB up to 300%, but it's still at 109%. When I disable boost, the card is boosting as usual. Any idea why it happens?

Hello,

Quote
Changing power target only unlocks the slider in MSI AB up to 300%, but it's still at 109%.

changing the power will not boost the card directly more, but will give you headroom for such

Quote
When I disable boost, the card is boosting as usual.

disable boost will force the card always to run at his max boost clock,
will prevent dropping to its base clock.
Disable boost will not give you more MHz that its stock, it will only ensure that it will run at his max possible stock clock.

To push it further, you have to modify Maximum Boost Frequency & Maximum Boost table Frequency by one or more levels over its current.
Or/and also P0 & P1 voltages in addiction if needs
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.60e]
Post by: Svet on 30-October-13, 00:06:57
Undervolt testing for 770M has been successful, new feature added

Version has been updated  [ 2.59d ==> 2.60e ]:

Changes:


 * Update version 770M:
     - Add support for new vbios type
     - Add undervolt ability
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.59d]
Post by: Jorginto on 30-October-13, 20:27:03
Hello,

changing the power will not boost the card directly more, but will give you headroom for such

disable boost will force the card always to run at his max boost clock,
will prevent dropping to its base clock.
Disable boost will not give you more MHz that its stock, it will only ensure that it will run at his max possible stock clock.

To push it further, you have to modify Maximum Boost Frequency & Maximum Boost table Frequency by one or more levels over its current.
Or/and also P0 & P1 voltages in addiction if needs

I dont think that You fully undestand  what I wrote. I'm trying to make something like 680 Lighting LN2 A3 bios.

When I change the max power target to 999W, the only thing it does, is unlock power target slider in AB to 300% but the phisical limit is still 300W. So after going above 1400MHz core and 1,35 V ( I can go up to 1,6V) the card is throttling as usual. But instead of hitting 109% power target, MSI AB is just showing 300%. So it only looks like the power target is increased, but it isn't.

Boost clock... I know what it does and when I disable it in your program I'm expecting the card not to boost... well but it does.

Changing voltages will do nothing for me, couse I'm allready at my power limit (300W). I can set 1,5GHz core and 1,45V, but it's still throttling down to 1,4 GHz. The temps are not the issue here. My LT has a full cover aquagraFX block and I don't go above 45d. Celcius GPU and VRM.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.59d]
Post by: Svet on 30-October-13, 21:05:55
I dont think that You fully undestand  what I wrote. I'm trying to make something like 680 Lighting LN2 A3 bios.

When I change the max power target to 999W, the only thing it does, is unlock power target slider in AB to 300% but the phisical limit is still 300W. So after going above 1400MHz core and 1,35 V ( I can go up to 1,6V) the card is throttling as usual. But instead of hitting 109% power target, MSI AB is just showing 300%. So it only looks like the power target is increased, but it isn't.

Boost clock... I know what it does and when I disable it in your program I'm expecting the card not to boost... well but it does.

Changing voltages will do nothing for me, couse I'm allready at my power limit (300W). I can set 1,5GHz core and 1,45V, but it's still throttling down to 1,4 GHz. The temps are not the issue here. My LT has a full cover aquagraFX block and I don't go above 45d. Celcius GPU and VRM.

I dont think that You fully undestand  what I wrote. I'm trying to make something like 680 Lighting LN2 A3 bios.

When I change the max power target to 999W, the only thing it does, is unlock power target slider in AB to 300% but the phisical limit is still 300W. So after going above 1400MHz core and 1,35 V ( I can go up to 1,6V) the card is throttling as usual. But instead of hitting 109% power target, MSI AB is just showing 300%. So it only looks like the power target is increased, but it isn't.

7xx series are different than 6xx

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I'm trying to make something like 680 Lighting LN2 A3 bios.

send me this vbios to take a look it, also send me your vbios

When I change the max power target to 999W, the only thing it does, is unlock power target slider in AB to 300% but the phisical limit is still 300W. So after going above 1400MHz core and 1,35 V ( I can go up to 1,6V) the card is throttling as usual. But instead of hitting 109% power target, MSI AB is just showing 300%. So it only looks like the power target is increased, but it isn't.

That is how it works, i've tested unlocked W vbios for 780 lighthing made by msi to 900W,
and it does the same in Afterburner

Quote
Boost clock... I know what it does and when I disable it in your program I'm expecting the card not to boost... well but it does.

again, when you set this, you will have no throttle between normal & boost one,
but normal & boost clock will become the same.

if you want not to exceed this clock, then you have to set max boot clock limit to the same clock.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.60e]
Post by: Jorginto on 07-November-13, 09:29:05
680 Lightning 3A:

http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/128193/msi-gtx680-2048-120625-1.html

770 Lightning LN2 unedited:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/2fe57geddvgerlb/GK104Jorginto.zip
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.60e]
Post by: ygur on 07-November-13, 15:51:55
Hi Svet,

I am using your tuner to modify a gtx 770M.
I am trying to adjust the core Mhz for P5 from 405 to 941.
I dont realy know where to change this value, can you please instruct me on how to set it?

Thanks 
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.60e]
Post by: Svet on 07-November-13, 17:49:13
680 Lightning 3A:

http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/128193/msi-gtx680-2048-120625-1.html

770 Lightning LN2 unedited:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/2fe57geddvgerlb/GK104Jorginto.zip

I see, will do update the tool later tonight to allow extended power config,
but i don't know if that would change the behavior that you described which is normal.
If the card is still throttling, it will be because of something else, not because of power settings.

Will also add max voltage adjustment support, and will also send you 1-2 modifications with different scenarios and configs to try.

Hi Svet,

I am using your tuner to modify a gtx 770M.
I am trying to adjust the core Mhz for P5 from 405 to 941.
I dont realy know where to change this value, can you please instruct me on how to set it?

Thanks 

Hello,

core adjust for lower P-states is not supported,
only memory clock modifications are supported for lower P-states.

send me/email me your vbios image, and will try to do this manually for you.

BR,
Svet


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.60e]
Post by: gpvecchi on 07-November-13, 21:02:35
Hallo again, and always thank for your great work, Svet!
A couple of questions on GTX780: may I edit voltage table just to raise voltages to 1.2125 as max, but without removing the variable voltage of boost 2.0?
Do someone know wich is the real maximum power that standard board may support?
Thanks!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.60e]
Post by: Svet on 07-November-13, 21:20:23
Hallo again, and always thank for your great work, Svet!
A couple of questions on GTX780: may I edit voltage table just to raise voltages to 1.2125 as max, but without removing the variable voltage of boost 2.0?

you wont feel difference if you do this compared to stock one, will have the same behavior
but if you want send me your vbios image to send you some test version to try
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.61f]
Post by: Svet on 08-November-13, 04:53:45
Storing latest research and workload:

Version has been updated  [ 2.60e ==> 2.61f ]:

Changes:


 * Update GTX 780:
     - Add support for new vbios type
     - Add support for extended Power tables modifications [6 tables policy, 12 power offsets, type vary: core load, proportional, bang bang, total]
 * Update GTX 770:
    - Add support for Max Voltage adjustment
    - Add support for extended Power tables modifications [6 tables policy, 12 power offsets, type vary: core load, proportional, bang bang, total]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.60e]
Post by: gpvecchi on 09-November-13, 15:09:20
you wont feel difference if you do this compared to stock one, will have the same behavior
but if you want send me your vbios image to send you some test version to try
Oh, thanks, that's not so much important, I just wanted to try if I can max my card, but leaving it near to standard...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.61f]
Post by: Cookieboyeli on 10-November-13, 03:29:42
Hello Svet, I am Jorginto's friend and also have a 770 LT, I was able to get rid of the throttling by increasing power limit 1a to 350 and 1b to 900, but I would like to know how these new power tables/values work. The names don't give away much. I'm also not 100% clear on the difference between board power and power target.

I have 2 minor bugs to report, when adjusting a power table parameter entering 1000 will give you a message saying enter a value EQUAL to or below 1000. Yet 1000 is not accepted.
The second bug appears when you open any window like core tune or power control. When the window begins to load text the main window gets a full loading pointer/wheel and if clicked the window becomes a (Not responding) window.

I also have one suggestion, I like the robotic voice very much, but by default it is loud enough to make you jump if your system volume is at 100%, remastering it to 80% would be a much less painful default volume and would not lose that much dynamic range.

Thank you for your work Svet!  :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.61f]
Post by: Svet on 10-November-13, 06:17:38
Hello,

Quote
The second bug appears when you open any window like core tune of power control when the window begins to load text the main window gets a full windows loading pointer/symbol and if clicked the window becomes a (Not responding) window.

thanks, but this is not bug, main window is locked when any thread is running,
if you trying to click further on it while thread is running will cause "Not responding",
but once the thread is finished, it will become back to normal

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Hello Svet, I am Jorginto's friend and also have a 770 LT, I was able to get rid of the throttling by increasing power limit 1a to 350 and 1b to 900,

kk

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, but I would like to know how these new power tables/values work. The names don't give away much.

there is no further info that's available, those are engineering settings.
they have different purpose, defines power behavior on different power rails inputs of the card,
while doing different operations

good sample power config to remove limitations:
1a 350 1b 900
2a 300 2b 900
3a <-> 6b = 600 for all

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I'm also not 100% clear on the difference between board power and power target.

they work in specified relationship, power target definitions also defines the % selectable from applications
board power definitions will give you definitions of increment of the power % when you apply specified power target %
ie: 300 - 900, will give you adjustable 300%, ratio 2a:2b
while ratio 2b:1b will give you the % of power increment when you select the max power target

Quote
I have 2 minor bugs to report, when adjusting a power table parameter entering 1000 will give you a message saying enter a value EQUAL to or below 1000. Yet 1000 is not accepted.

fixed
and also fixed another one related to this[which i forgot to fix],
which is: 1a-1b values cannot apply the same values, but 1b always want to be higher
[changes will reflect with next update]

Quote
I also have one suggestion, I like the robotic voice very much, but by default it is loud enough to make you jump if your system volume is at 100%, remastering it to 80% would be a much less painful default volume and would not lose that much dynamic range.

will take a look about this as well

Quote
Thank you for your work Svet!  :)

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.60e]
Post by: ygur on 10-November-13, 09:36:34
Hello,

core adjust for lower P-states is not supported,
only memory clock modifications are supported for lower P-states.

send me/email me your vbios image, and will try to do this manually for you.

BR,
Svet


I sent you an e-mail with my Vbios.
Thanks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.61f]
Post by: kaidoe on 11-November-13, 03:50:37
Hi is that tuner work with msi gt70 2OD?


gtx780m vBios 80.04.97.00.04 (P2053-0001) stock clock is 771Mhz /1250Mhz and boost 797 Mhz.

Board: Micro-Star International Co., Ltd. MS-1763 REV:0.C
Bus Clock: 100 megahertz
UEFI: American Megatrends Inc. E1763IMS.70J 10/07/2013

cheers!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.61f]
Post by: bouuman on 11-November-13, 19:51:50
Hi Svet,

i need 680m bios to try your tool, i want to donate of course, please give me some more information. :smile:
current GPU BIOS: 80.04.33.00.24 (P2051-b002)
(msi gt70 one, gtx 680m, i7 Core i7 - 3630QM... Win 8.1 ....)
Same like here, i wrote to you also in this topic -> https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=172081.0

My confirmation number: 7SH29824AD2144154    :smile: :smile: :smile:

Thank You! :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.61f]
Post by: Svet on 11-November-13, 21:56:09
Hi is that tuner work with msi gt70 2OD?


gtx780m vBios 80.04.97.00.04 (P2053-0001) stock clock is 771Mhz /1250Mhz and boost 797 Mhz.

Board: Micro-Star International Co., Ltd. MS-1763 REV:0.C
Bus Clock: 100 megahertz
UEFI: American Megatrends Inc. E1763IMS.70J 10/07/2013

cheers!

Yes it is

Hi Svet,

i need 680m bios to try your tool, i want to donate of course, please give me some more information. :smile:
current GPU BIOS: 80.04.33.00.24 (P2051-b002)
(msi gt70 one, gtx 680m, i7 Core i7 - 3630QM... Win 8.1 ....)
Same like here, i wrote to you also in this topic -> https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=172081.0

My confirmation number: 7SH29824AD2144154    :smile: :smile: :smile:

Thank You! :hat tip:

Hello,

680M is not supported by the tool [supported card are listed in 1st topic]

i will reply in your other topic for further modification

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.61f]
Post by: gpvecchi on 11-November-13, 21:56:36
Hallo Svet! Check your e-mail, I sent you a new version of 780 bios...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.61f]
Post by: Svet on 11-November-13, 21:59:46
Hallo Svet! Check your e-mail, I sent you a new version of 780 bios...

saw it, will add support for it with next update
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.61f]
Post by: gpvecchi on 11-November-13, 22:10:40
 :agrees:
And I still vote for the possibility of changing board/vendor/subvendor/etc IDd...  :hypocrite:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.61f]
Post by: Svet on 11-November-13, 22:14:18
:agrees:
And I still vote for the possibility of changing board/vendor/subvendor/etc IDd...  :hypocrite:

vendor/subvendor could be possible, although i got mixed results
if you want to be test bunny email me your vbios and new desire ID

about board ID, its not possible to be done, its require hardware modification,
by changing resistors to proper value to change the board ID
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.62g]
Post by: Svet on 14-November-13, 04:07:58
Storing latest workload:

Version has been updated  [ 2.61f ==> 2.62g ]:

Changes:


* Update GTX 780: Add support for 2 new vbios types
* Minor update auto updater
* Fixed recently introduced bug: 780M type 1 vbios image only,  vbios-z and power control error
* Fixed issue Power control cannot select 1000W
* Fixed issue Power control class 1a and 1b cannot apply the same values
* Decrease sound volume by 20%
* Add support for GTX 780 Ti [supported with full set of currently available features that's also available for GTX 780 & GTX 770]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.62g]
Post by: rgpwr on 14-November-13, 19:30:21
Hello,

I want to create a vbios for my 780m with P0 at 950MHZ core and 1400MHZ memory. 

Do I set Essential Domain 1 to 950MHz?  Do I disable GPU Boost If I want to stop at 950MHz? 

Thanks.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.62g]
Post by: Svet on 14-November-13, 19:50:30
Hello,

I want to create a vbios for my 780m with P0 at 950MHZ core and 1400MHZ memory. 

Do I set Essential Domain 1 to 950MHz?  Do I disable GPU Boost If I want to stop at 950MHz? 

Thanks.

Hello,

Quote
I want to create a vbios for my 780m with P0 at 950MHZ core and 1400MHZ memory. 
Do I set Essential Domain 1 to 950MHz?

Yes, but not only. Also need to change point 1 max boost to the same clock,
and point 2, max table freq. to the same clock as Essential Domain 1

Quote
Do I disable GPU Boost If I want to stop at 950MHz? 

Yes you can also turn this off, this will prevent clock fluctuating between different Essential Domains,
but if you also want to set limitation clock limitation,
you also need to set max boost to the same clock[like already answered in 1st question]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.62g]
Post by: gpvecchi on 15-November-13, 21:38:28
Question, please: the fan speed rpms in my bios are 1000-3500, but bios tuner let me choose between 500-5000: does this mean that my fan is capable of those rpms or is it just a standard for the program?
Thanks!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.62g]
Post by: Svet on 15-November-13, 21:50:43
Question, please: the fan speed rpms in my bios are 1000-3500, but bios tuner let me choose between 500-5000: does this mean that my fan is capable of those rpms or is it just a standard for the program?
Thanks!

It's standard range that can be  changed to desired levels.
Tool can't detect what FAN controller an card is using,
but allowing modding setting new desired FAN parameters,
how the FAN will actually run after done the modifications that's don't depend of the tool.
Normally different FAN controllers are limited to specified min/max RPM,
so even if you set some values that are outside[too low or too high] over hardware specs,
they will not run outside hardware specs but with lowest or highest possible.

Quote
And I still vote for the possibility of changing vendor

done some testing recently, and has been successfully,
will add to todo list to be implement in future releases.
But will be delayed as other more priority, new and cool features are in progress.
 
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.62g]
Post by: gpvecchi on 16-November-13, 15:57:23
Many thanks!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.62g]
Post by: iamdjango on 16-November-13, 18:43:54
Hi,

I tried to use your tool on an MSI GTX760 bios but it says it is unsupported.

Are there plans to support these GPU's in the future? I'm looking for a way to set the minimum fan RPM.

Kind Regards
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.62g]
Post by: Svet on 16-November-13, 20:44:59
Hi,

I tried to use your tool on an MSI GTX760 bios but it says it is unsupported.

Are there plans to support these GPU's in the future? I'm looking for a way to set the minimum fan RPM.

Kind Regards

Quote
I tried to use your tool on an MSI GTX760 bios but it says it is unsupported.

Yes, that's right GTX760 is not supported, supported models are listed in 1st topic

Quote
Are there plans to support these GPU's in the future?

Will see in the future, but probably yes

Quote
I'm looking for a way to set the minimum fan RPM.

you can send me your vbios image to my email to take a look,
if possible to try set this manually for you
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.63h]
Post by: Svet on 19-November-13, 15:15:26
Storing latest workload:

Version has been updated  [ 2.62g ==> 2.63h ]:

Changes:


* Update GTX 765M: Add support for new vbios type
* Improve FAN control for GTX 780 Ti, GTX 780, GTX 770:
   - now also adjust duplicate min/max FAN % entry for listed models,
 [its done automatically when standard min/max FAN % is adjusted]
* Update GTX 780 Ti: Improve max boost mode operation,
 with auto sync and update for P0,P2,P5 states.
  [GTX 780 Ti has different boost method that any others cards before]
* Update GTX TITAN: Add external Power profiles support
* Add new feature P-State Terminator for GTX 780 Ti, GTX TITAN,GTX 780, GTX 770: 
   - Allows to Disable/Re-Enable desired P-State(s)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.63h]
Post by: Klem on 20-November-13, 07:35:30
Tried the new version. Works great. Thank you.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.63h]
Post by: Александр Павлов on 22-November-13, 13:47:32
hI Svet, please tell me whether your program allows you to control the speed of rotation of the central yellow fan on the graphics card MSI GTX 780 Lightning ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.63h]
Post by: Svet on 22-November-13, 18:38:31
Tried the new version. Works great. Thank you.

thank you Klem

hI Svet, please tell me whether your program allows you to control the speed of rotation of the central yellow fan on the graphics card MSI GTX 780 Lightning ?

Hello,

nope i don't have info about this fan.
i don't know if this fan(the 3rd small fan in the middle) its affected by vbios settings
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: Svet on 24-November-13, 13:10:25
Storing latest workload:

Version has been updated  [ 2.63h ==> 2.64j ]:

Changes:


* Update Fan Curve control for GTX 780 Ti, GTX 780, GTX 770:
   - Add support for FAN duty % modification per trigger points

* Add new feature PTS (perf. test specs) modification for GTX 780 Ti, GTX TITAN,GTX 780, GTX 770: 
   - Allow PTS Max Acoustic Speed modification
   - Allow PTS Base Power Limit modification
   - Allow PTS Target Junction Temp modification
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: Cookieboyeli on 25-November-13, 03:27:30
Hello Svet, could you please explain how the new Fan & PTS options work? It's always exiting to see a new features!

Also, I have a tiny bug report. If you minimize and unminimize a window while it's loading the pattern of Svet style blocks, they freeze or disappear. The main window can also become blurred and it's icon will disappear too.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: Svet on 25-November-13, 07:26:02
Hello Svet, could you please explain how the new Fan & PTS options work? It's always exiting to see a new features!

Also, I have a tiny bug report. If you minimize and unminimize a window while it's loading the pattern of Svet style blocks, they freeze or disappear. The main window can also become blurred and it's icon will disappear too.

Also, I have a tiny bug report. If you minimize and unminimize a window while it's loading the pattern of Svet style blocks, they freeze or disappear. The main window can also become blurred and it's icon will disappear too.

Yep i'm aware of this, but can't change it, can't done to stays there permanently. It's how it works,
the bars purpose is show up initially during startup for visual effects.
If some window goes over it and min/maximize they will gone.
But that's cosmetic only and don't effect the work by anyway.

Hello Svet, could you please explain how the new Fan & PTS options work? It's always exiting to see a new features!

About new addiction FAN, now you can also adjust the FAN % duty definition per each one of the trigger points,[low/middle/high]
which formed the FAN curve, trigger points are separated in groups, now each group has +1 addiction option,
allow you to modify the fan % per each of points, along with others already existing parameters per trigger points as:
RPM Tolerance %, Temp C, RPM value and calculated FAN % based on global RPM [OS RPM, not per trigger points RPMs and not per duty standard RPM, which both definitions are also available for modifications outside FAN curve settings along with boot FAN duty modification and standard min/max options] definitions, which RPM ratios forms the AB's min/max %.

Quote
PTS options

Those new options forms the performance test specifications of the card,
they are set of requirement that GPU/VGA must handle on full load and set its limits.
They are used for board exercises, if we demand more performance from the card,
those settings also need to be increased a bit.
There is more detailed description included when you gonna modify new PTS power option.
More info about PTS temp http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junction_temperature
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: ninjaskija on 27-November-13, 15:38:26
I have an 770 Lightning, i tried to modify max voltage on my bios but i can't get pass 1,212v, is it possible to get pass this value?
Thx
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: Svet on 27-November-13, 15:39:38
Nope, 1,212v is the max that can set by bios
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: ninjaskija on 28-November-13, 07:03:19
is it possible o flash GTX 770 lightning with GTX 680 Lightning bios to further increase the voltage to 1.3v? Has anyone do it? Its a shame that this videocard is limited to 1,2v max.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: Svet on 28-November-13, 07:08:00
any voltages above 1,212V for special cards are possible only by software [afterburner]

Quote
is it possible o flash GTX 770 lightning with GTX 680 Lightning bios t

don't know, i don't advice people to do such experiments.
dunno what will be the results from this, and can brick the card or to cause any sorts of side affects.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: ninjaskija on 28-November-13, 07:47:00
any voltages above 1,212V for special cards are possible only by software [afterburner]

don't know, i don't advice people to do such experiments.
dunno what will be the results from this, and can brick the card or to cause any sorts of side affects.

Agreed, but at this moment Afterburner is not increasing voltage beyond 1,212v. Do you know any beta version that is successful in increasing voltage pass this value?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: Svet on 28-November-13, 07:54:04
im not familiar with AB versions, but look here for latest versions:
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=161235.msg1267996#msg1267996
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: ini_tommy on 28-November-13, 11:48:38
Hello,
Can you help me to unlock the sony vaio SB bios?
The bios vendor is insyde h2o.

Regards,
Tommy
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: Svet on 28-November-13, 11:59:55
Hello,
Can you help me to unlock the sony vaio SB bios?
The bios vendor is insyde h2o.

Regards,
Tommy

Nope, i don't modify non MSI's system BIOSes.
this is wrong place to ask for such things.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: thyhoivoz on 29-November-13, 04:02:49
hello, i want to donate this soft but i wonder (i can not find) Svet Vbios can disable boost logic of GTX 600, i have q aquestion like this beacause i have MSI GTX 660 Hawk, it could overclocked exellent, power limit and temp limit is not problem but it still throttling, thank you verymuch
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: Svet on 29-November-13, 05:09:07
hello, i want to donate this soft but i wonder (i can not find) Svet Vbios can disable boost logic of GTX 600, i have q aquestion like this beacause i have MSI GTX 660 Hawk, it could overclocked exellent, power limit and temp limit is not problem but it still throttling, thank you verymuch

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Svet Vbios can disable boost logic of GTX 600

nope

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i have q aquestion like this beacause i have MSI GTX 660 Hawk, it could overclocked exellent, power limit and temp limit is not problem but it still throttling,

nope, this can't help with card throttling
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: amoolacoola on 06-December-13, 06:34:16
hello Svet

I have a GTX 760 hawk model and I want to change minimum fan level from 33% that it is set initially to 20%. Is this possible? Could you do it if I send you the BIOS?

Thanks and great work.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: Svet on 06-December-13, 08:29:18
hello Svet

I have a GTX 760 hawk model and I want to change minimum fan level from 33% that it is set initially to 20%. Is this possible? Could you do it if I send you the BIOS?

Thanks and great work.


Hello,

Nope GTX 760 is not supported,
also i don't modify vbioses on requests.
[can try to do this only in favor for the tool owners]

P.S.: Version update is scheduled in 5-24 hours,
with an new feature for desktop cards from 7xx series
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.64j]
Post by: ghoula on 06-December-13, 19:40:28
Hello Svet!

Are you planning to support GT750M in the future?

Thanks and regards
Adam
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: Svet on 07-December-13, 10:11:57
Hello Svet!

Are you planning to support GT750M in the future?

Thanks and regards
Adam


Hello,

Don't know, but will note you if this unit become supported
 :hat tip:



Storing latest workload:

Version has been updated  [ 2.64j ==> 2.65k ]:

Changes:


* Update GTX 780: Add support for new vbios type +1
* Update GTX 765M: Add support for new vbios type +1
* Fixed an cosmetic issue, typo error.
* Add new feature for: GTX 780, GTX 780 Ti, GTX 770, GTX TITAN:
      - FAN Acceleration Model modification for more smooth FAN control, details:
           show fan acc model OS value hex: yes
           detect and show synchronization status with boot acceleration model: yes
           manual/direct modification: no
           automatic modification: yes
           automatic synchronization of fan acc model between OS & Boot mode: yes
      More info: FAN Acceleration Model will be automatically generated,updated and synchronized with boot model,
      when we adjust general min/max FAN % values.
      Other factors that can effect its value while processed for adjustment,
      is the value of the FAN % for middle point of the fan curve.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: gpvecchi on 10-December-13, 20:54:27
Question for the gurus on Boost 2.0: I can understand that it cuts frequencies/voltages according to temperature/TDP. Now, assuming that I can control temperatures, the only limitI could have is TDP, right?
So, if I don't want to remove Boost I could just raise TDP...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: Svet on 11-December-13, 14:17:31
Yes you can, there is a different combinations that's possible,
about boost 2.0 you can read more at:
http://www.geforce.com/hardware/technology/gpu-boost-2/technology


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: ShadowC on 15-December-13, 13:48:28
Hi, i have already donated once to get this program, but i seem to have deleted it, how do i get it again?

Must i donate again?

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: Svet on 15-December-13, 14:06:40
Hi, i have already donated once to get this program, but i seem to have deleted it, how do i get it again?

Must i donate again?

Hello,

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Hi, i have already donated once to get this program, but i seem to have deleted it, how do i get it again?

Found your record, sent you the latest version

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Must i donate again?

nope


P.S: Working over new feature ETA N/A but approx. up to a week
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: BarboneNet on 22-December-13, 00:43:16
hi guys, how can i set poerlimit to the max??? can i put all to 999, or there is some table to respect?? thanks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: Svet on 22-December-13, 12:04:27
Hello,

see a good example for maxed power config:
1a 866
1b 900
2a 887
2b 900
3a 996
3b 996
4a 990
4b 990
5a 996
5b 996
6a 990
6b 990
PTS:
7a 82
7b 3000
7c 220
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: drdrstrangelove on 23-December-13, 12:27:10
hello,

I got some problems .. well not problems rather things I don't like on my msi gt60 notebook with gtx780m ..
The turbo(boost 2.0) comes just when I activate AA in games and when I just run from wire without battery it dose not turn into turbo at all.
pretty strange all.
How ever would you be able to make me a bios which ;

- maybe deactivate this turbo mode(boost 2.0) so that it always runs up to the max MHz
- let me set free MHz overclocking.


and maybe something els u think would ge great to unlock or change .

let me know since I don't wanna play with bios ;P I know my boundaries haha.


how I do donation?

thanks much
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: BigKid on 25-December-13, 04:21:03
Hi Svet,

I've donated too but I didn't use the program for a long time. The old download link you sent is not working any more.
Also sent you a PM and hope you do reply soon - can't wait to see how far my new toy (GTX780M) can go...

Merry XMAS
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: Svet on 25-December-13, 05:52:58
Merry XMAS

Hi Svet,

I've donated too but I didn't use the program for a long time. The old download link you sent is not working any more.
Also sent you a PM and hope you do reply soon - can't wait to see how far my new toy (GTX780M) can go...

Merry XMAS

Found your record, yep sent you latest version


P.S: Version update scheduled in 24 hours

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: BigKid on 25-December-13, 11:19:40
Hi

the tool did greately evolve but I'm somewhat overwhelmed.

Could somebody please advise which values I need to touch to archive
- increase max boost
- open lock for oc in afterburner/nvinspector ?
- open lock for powertarget
- open lock for voltage

Especially in the GPU core adjust menu there are too many adjustments possible but I want to start slow with the bios and do most tests with nvinspector first...
Is there any guide out there I could use to learn the ropes ?

Card is GTX780M.

Regards
BigKid
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: Svet on 25-December-13, 13:29:08
Quote
the tool did greately evolve but I'm somewhat overwhelmed.
Could somebody please advise which values I need to touch to archive
- increase max boost
- open lock for oc in afterburner/nvinspector ?
- open lock for powertarget
- open lock for voltage

Especially in the GPU core adjust menu there are too many adjustments possible but I want to start slow with the bios and do most tests with nvinspector first...
Is there any guide out there I could use to learn the ropes ?

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- open lock for voltage

Adjust point 2 under voltage thread, to activate software voltage control
once done new tab will become active point 3, from where you can defined the maximum voltage to be controlled by software. [up to what voltage] which you configure.
ie: go for point 2 and wait for activation, then point 3 and adjust it to desired value

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- open lock for powertarget

under power control, activate it, point 1
then from point 2 and 3 you can also set default and max power target

Quote
- open lock for oc in afterburner/nvinspector ?

under core tune, point 4 to remove software OC gpu core limitation

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- increase max boost

under core tune, max boost is point 1
which you can set it desire new value.
you may also need to adjust point 2 max table  clock boost,
if the max boost clock is higher than max table clock boost
adjust point 2 will recalculate the entire table clocks and rearrange & rewrite ,
up to our new desired and max table boost clock

point 3 with essential domains 1-3 are basic clock config [default & max boost definitions]

For your case with 780M, typical scenario is point 1, point 2 , point 3 [essential 1] got equal values.
So you gonna push it more, adjust all 3 of them at once. [one after another, the order has no matter]

you can also use point 6 to turn off boost logic to get flat performance,
default/max boost will has the same clocks and its value will auto became the value of the 1st essential domain clock.
ie: by default you got active essential 2: 771MHz & essential 3: 797MHz
turning off boost logic, will make active one clock only[instead 2], [points 3.2 and 3.3 will be still active for modification, but they no longer matter if the boost logic is disabled]
and the config clock value in essential 1 will kick in instead [850MHz]

optional you can also go through point 5 to apply addiction performance tweaks and optimizations


Hi...

Thank you very much...
 :biggthumbsup:

Regards


 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: BigKid on 25-December-13, 21:55:42
And again: Thank you !

I was able to OC to 1006Mhz (used max boost, max table boost and domain1) and upped the voltages one step (master to 1.012V and p0 to 0.875).
I received better results doing it here than trying it with nv inspector and opened software control.
However I noticed that my AC adapter started to hum (it's able to output 19.5V at 9.2V so about 180W) when I increase the power target beyond 105% (100% are 110W).

Seems stable but I need to stop for today.

Since you mentioned the gtx780m oc results in your main post - what values are archievable (I know every card is different - just looking for some values others have archived).
Please let me know I should move that post to some other place since this is beyond the tool now...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: FATAL1TY on 25-December-13, 22:03:08
hello

can i flash my vBios of GTX 780 Lightning using a Bootable DOS USB Stick?

how is the procedure? can i use Rufus? MS-DOS or FreeDOS?



Thanks  ;D
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Svet on 26-December-13, 18:58:29
And again: Thank you !

I was able to OC to 1006Mhz (used max boost, max table boost and domain1) and upped the voltages one step (master to 1.012V and p0 to 0.875).
I received better results doing it here than trying it with nv inspector and opened software control.
However I noticed that my AC adapter started to hum (it's able to output 19.5V at 9.2V so about 180W) when I increase the power target beyond 105% (100% are 110W).

Seems stable but I need to stop for today.

Since you mentioned the gtx780m oc results in your main post - what values are archievable (I know every card is different - just looking for some values others have archived).
Please let me know I should move that post to some other place since this is beyond the tool now...

I didn't save the test settings haven't stored them and don't remember them, i was months ago
core was 1058/1033 or 1006 , memory don't remember i've tested many settings up to +300 or +150,
voltage was 1050 or 1075, but what was used for test results i don't remember at present times.
it was an MSI nb machine remote connected for short session,
but some other people also with 780m using the tool,
got better results than mine was some other NB brand.

Quote
Please let me know I should move that post to some other place since this is beyond the tool now...

here is the OC area: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?board=27.0

hello

can i flash my vBios of GTX 780 Lightning using a Bootable DOS USB Stick?

how is the procedure? can i use Rufus? MS-DOS or FreeDOS?

Thanks  ;D

Yes you can, avoid FreeDOS.
Flashing procedure is the same, you have to use DOS nvflash version instead:
http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2257/nvflash-5-136/
typical flash syntax:
nvflash -4 -5 -6 xxx.rom [ENTER]
where xxx.rom will be your vbios image that you want to flash.




Storing latest workload:

Version has been updated  [ 2.65k ==> 2.66j ]:

Changes:

 *  Update GTX 780 Ti and GTX 780: Add support for new vbios type +2 and +1
 *  Add new feature for: GTX 780, GTX 780 Ti, GTX 770, GTX TITAN:
     - Vendor ID changer: Allow you to choose between 32 different vendors and change vendor ID to desired one.
       [the new feature is available under core management for those units]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Klem on 26-December-13, 19:25:22
Hi Svet!
Thanks for your job. We need this new function for mobile 7xx too!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: GoforceReloaded on 27-December-13, 08:59:22
Hello Svet,

I have donated but I need to reinstall my PC and don't have the installation program anymore.

The old download link you sent is not working any more. (2.37G)

Can you re-sent the link for the newer version of the program please ?

Have a nice day ^^

P.S ; i have sent you a PM.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Svet on 27-December-13, 12:09:30
Hi Svet!
Thanks for your job. We need this new function for mobile 7xx too!

Thanks, have to do tests there and based on results if positive can add support for them too

Hello Svet,

I have donated but I need to reinstall my PC and don't have the installation program anymore.

The old download link you sent is not working any more. (2.37G)

Can you re-sent the link for the newer version of the program please ?

Have a nice day ^^

P.S ; i have sent you a PM.

Yep, found your record sent you latest version
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: BigKid on 29-December-13, 09:39:34
Hi Svet!
Thanks for your job. We need this new function for mobile 7xx too!
I'd second that... especially for mobile cards this would be very useful...
Have a gtx770m here that does boot in my old msi/erazer but driver fail to install even with modded inf file.
Beeing able to change vendor and maybe even subsys would be great...

(PS: If someone could point me to an original msi gtx770m bios that would also be of help for now.)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: ligrew on 29-December-13, 15:11:54
Where to find MSI GTX770M original vBIOS?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Svet on 29-December-13, 15:39:52
(PS: If someone could point me to an original msi gtx770m bios that would also be of help for now.)

Where to find MSI GTX770M original vBIOS?

Check PM

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: FATAL1TY on 29-December-13, 16:59:41
Yes you can, avoid FreeDOS.
Flashing procedure is the same, you have to use DOS nvflash version instead:
http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2257/nvflash-5-136/
typical flash syntax:
nvflash -4 -5 -6 xxx.rom [ENTER]
where xxx.rom will be your vbios image that you want to flash.

thanks Svet  :biggthumbsup:

so i will flash my N780 Lightning using this method (rufus creating a Bootable Usb)

MS-DOS right? FreeDOS don't work?


only waiting to get my DRAM for complete my new pc and then i will make a request for a vBios with Uefi/GOP support for my graphic card

 ;D
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Solariseir on 31-December-13, 06:27:21
Hi,

Is there any way to add nvidia surround to notebook graphic cards?

I have two 770M SLI on my sager 9570 but there is no nvidia surround tab on the nvidia control panel, while one 770 in my desktop supports nvidia surround on the nvidia control panel.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Cookieboyeli on 01-January-14, 22:27:53
Hello Svet, and Happy New Year!

I have a vbios image that is not supported, here it is: http://www.mediafire.com/download/ckn1eccmutl9t2h/SPLN2Hawk760.zip
I thought 760 was supported? By the way, the PTS settings are awesome!!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Svet on 01-January-14, 22:36:21
thanks Svet  :biggthumbsup:

so i will flash my N780 Lightning using this method (rufus creating a Bootable Usb)

MS-DOS right? FreeDOS don't work?


only waiting to get my DRAM for complete my new pc and then i will make a request for a vBios with Uefi/GOP support for my graphic card

 ;D

FreeDOS might work, but it has different kind of issues.
to be more safe use MS-DOS

Hi,

Is there any way to add nvidia surround to notebook graphic cards?

I have two 770M SLI on my sager 9570 but there is no nvidia surround tab on the nvidia control panel, while one 770 in my desktop supports nvidia surround on the nvidia control panel.

don't know about this


Hello Svet, and Happy New Year!

I have a vbios image that is not supported, here it is: http://www.mediafire.com/download/ckn1eccmutl9t2h/SPLN2Hawk760.zip
I thought 760 was supported? By the way, the PTS settings are awesome!!

Hi Cookieboyeli ,

Happy New Year as well :hat tip:

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I have a vbios image that is not supported, here it is: http://www.mediafire.com/download/ckn1eccmutl9t2h/SPLN2Hawk760.zip
I thought 760 was supported?

Nope, you are in error GTX760 are not supported for now.
[FYI: all supported models are always listed in 1st topic]
from 7xx desktop series, supported models are GTX770 [including] and all other above(higher)

Quote
By the way, the PTS settings are awesome!!

thanks


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Cookieboyeli on 01-January-14, 22:42:49
Ahh yes, so sorry I should have read the supported list first. My mistake.

May I inquire about why it is not supported? Is it just going to take time or is it not possible?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Svet on 01-January-14, 22:47:06
Ahh yes, so sorry I should have read the supported list first. My mistake.

May I inquire about why it is not supported? Is it just going to take time or is it not possible?

Quote
May I inquire about why it is not supported?

no time for it and its not a priority

Quote
Is it just going to take time or is it not possible?

its possible, but don't know if or when support for it will be added.
will see after finish other most important stuffs that's planned.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Cookieboyeli on 01-January-14, 22:55:27
Can't argue with that.

One more quick question and then I will stop using your time.

Is there any particular advantage in setting 2a: 887 2b: 900 instead of 2a: 333 2b: 1000? Does it make a difference? I know it changes what is reported in power limit monitoring, but is that it aside from "unlocking" the power usage?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Svet on 01-January-14, 23:07:21
the advantage of 1st case is that you no need to use the power slider,
because will be maxed by default
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Cookieboyeli on 01-January-14, 23:11:18
I thought that would be more complicated. haha Well thank you for your help & time on new years Svet.

Best of luck!  ;D
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Svet on 01-January-14, 23:16:42
I thought that would be more complicated. haha Well thank you for your help & time on new years Svet.

Best of luck!  ;D

this is about 2a big setting change in your example, the essential one is that i mention, else minor one:
the power slide % will be changed, but that's expected effect and self explained
from 2b change the power monitor usage % also will be changed,
because 2b value is in ratio with 1b which defines the power % in the monitor tab,
when you select specified power target from the slider.
but its will be minor one 900/1000, there should no real difference between those since 900 is already more than enought

haha Well thank you for your help & time on new years Svet.

Best of luck!  ;D

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: nicxx on 03-January-14, 23:34:34
MSI GTX 760 when it's available for bios modification?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Svet on 03-January-14, 23:36:51
MSI GTX 760 when it's available for bios modification?

Don't know, working over other stuffs.
as already said:

no time for it and its not a priority

its possible, but don't know if or when support for it will be added.
will see after finish other most important stuffs that's planned.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: treboren on 04-January-14, 00:09:11
Hello! I have a GTX 770. When I try to use the program it says: "VBIOS Size Error or Unknown new VBIOS Type!".  Here's the backup: dropbox(dot)com/s/2vazggxh572wzcu/org.rom
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: Svet on 04-January-14, 00:13:38
Hello! I have a GTX 770. When I try to use the program it says: "VBIOS Size Error or Unknown new VBIOS Type!".  Here's the backup: dropbox(dot)com/s/2vazggxh572wzcu/org.rom


Hello,

Checked it and yes seems its some new vbios type.
Will add support for it and release an update in 2 days to support it.

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: treboren on 04-January-14, 00:15:25

Hello,

Checked it and yes seems its some new vbios type.
Will add support for it and release an update in 2 days to support it.

BR,
Svet

Thanks!  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: exodus1337 on 06-January-14, 06:01:03
Where is the download link im blind!!!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: flobelix on 06-January-14, 12:01:39
There is no download link  :lookandok:

***********************************

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Once donation is done, the Tool will be e-mailed to the co-respond person,
who also will gain donation free further versions{updates} of the Tuner.
[etc. this donation is need only once per person]
[if someone wish to donate further, it can be done directly from Tool's main interface where can be set a custom donation amount]

***********************************
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.67k]
Post by: Svet on 06-January-14, 12:21:17
Thanks!  :biggthumbsup:

It's now done, update your version to the latest one
 :hat tip:



minor update:

Version has been updated  [ 2.66j ==> 2.67k ]:

Changes:

*  Update GTX 660 Ti: Add support for new vbios type +1
*  Update GTX 770: Add support for new vbios type +1


P.S: Continue working over planned stuffs, working over new feature for msi gamming notebooks.
Approx ETA: 2 weeks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.67k]
Post by: n3v3rm1nda on 08-January-14, 01:21:04
getting this error : (http://i.imgur.com/F723gK5.jpg)
windows 8.1 64bit

any ideas ? just donated and now that :(

---------------------------FIXED

AV was the culprit. Disabling didn't help had to uninstall so everyone knows a solution if they run into problems.

Thx Svet ^^
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.67k]
Post by: Cookieboyeli on 11-January-14, 00:58:57
Hello Svet, I have here a 780 Lightning vbios that will not allow the voltage tuning section to be accessed. It immediately says "changes saved" without opening the window.

https://www.mediafire.com/?4cskcjpq7e7pct1


Svet: Checking
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.68l]
Post by: Svet on 13-January-14, 06:27:00
minor and urgent update:

Version has been updated  [ 2.67k ==> 2.68l ]:

Changes:

*  Update GTX 770: Add support for new vbios type +2
*  Fixed issue: Compatibility issue with latest OS updates, [win7+] caused voltage thread to self terminate.
*  Minor work speed improvement for all threads
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.68l]
Post by: tom01793 on 14-January-14, 14:49:58
Hi all I have a MSI670PE OC edition twin frozzer, what speeds can I set my bios safely just as a little boost lol
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.68l]
Post by: Astelith on 17-January-14, 00:28:01
Hi all,

I got this error:

(http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/800x600q90/18/1q2sf.jpg)

and when I try to modify something i can't, anyone know how can I do to resolve ?

thanks in advance...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.68l]
Post by: Svet on 17-January-14, 00:31:24
Hi Astelith,

Email me your vbios image, which appears to be a new vbios type,
will add support for it with next tool update
Check PM for details

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.68l]
Post by: craazziee8 on 19-January-14, 12:51:18
Hi Svet,

A while back I donated but I have had my house broken into and lost my computer and a lot of other personal items. I was wondering if you could email me the password to the Svet Bios tuner. My email address that I used was probably
removed to protect privacy

Thank you.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.68l]
Post by: Svet on 19-January-14, 15:09:28
Yep, sent you latest version
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.68l]
Post by: jtitan on 20-January-14, 06:55:59
Hey Svet....not sure if I am in the right thread but I have a MSI GT60 0NE-403US with upgraded memory to 16GB. System performance is terrible and after trying to mess with the BIOS it looks like its locked and I cannot edit anything.  Does you fix allow access to bios or overclock in software?
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: Svet on 20-January-14, 08:42:07
Hey Svet....not sure if I am in the right thread but I have a MSI GT60 0NE-403US with upgraded memory to 16GB. System performance is terrible and after trying to mess with the BIOS it looks like its locked and I cannot edit anything.  Does you fix allow access to bios or overclock in software?

its wrong topic, open new topic is proper area



minor update:

Version has been updated  [ 2.68l ==> 2.69m ]:

Changes:

*  Update 460M: Add support for new vbios, type 4
*  Update GTX 780 Ti: Add support for new vbios type +1



P.S: new feature for msi gamming notebooks progress: 25% complete
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.65k]
Post by: antuus on 20-January-14, 18:59:03
Hello,

Found your record, sent you the latest version

nope


P.S: Working over new feature ETA N/A but approx. up to a week

Same deal.  Donated to get product on 11/29/12.  The original link no longer works and I've misplaced my downloaded archive.  Thanks in advance for anything you can do to help.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: Svet on 20-January-14, 19:03:59
check PM for query

EDIT: Verified, sent you latest version
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: darkhawk on 26-January-14, 05:16:50
Svet, the first post got cut off and doesn't show much of the FAQ or what cards are supported anymore. Any idea how to fix it?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: Svet on 26-January-14, 08:20:31
Svet, the first post got cut off and doesn't show much of the FAQ or what cards are supported anymore. Any idea how to fix it?

Weird, haven't noticed this, looks like 1st post with info become shrinked/cut off out of no where.
Few days ago was fine, and i haven't edited anything on it..
looks like its some kind of the forum database corruption or forum update to the latest smf version that's done 2 days ago cause this issue somehow.
I don't have backup of the 1st post. [at least not recent]
Will ask the webmaster if we have the fresh backup,
else have to rebuild the 1st post with info again.

EDIT: Found recent cached copy, 1st post will be restored later tonight

EDIT2: Info in 1st topic is now restored




P.S:  P.S: new feature for msi gamming notebooks progress: 50% complete.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: Klem on 27-January-14, 08:59:59
P.S:  P.S: new feature for msi gamming notebooks progress: 50% complete.
Hi Svet!
Very interesting what new features? Or is it now still a secret?  :noidea:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: Svet on 27-January-14, 16:58:04
P.S:  P.S: new feature for msi gamming notebooks progress: 50% complete.
Hi Svet!
Very interesting what new features? Or is it now still a secret?  :noidea:

Hi Klem,

Newest add-on features[which are not guaranteed, but in fact i non stop adding new and more stuffs if and when its possible to expand its functionality]
are introduced and described only if and when they are done and completed
to avoid false expectations.

IE: When its done you will read about it,
got some un expected slow down due other [not tool related] issues [include some eye health issues]
A tip/clue that i give is that will be related to notebooks only, and only for msi gaming series
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: Klem on 27-January-14, 19:15:19
Ok. Thank you. I will wait for news.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: Piotr2293 on 30-January-14, 22:39:45
Hi all ! (First excuse my bad English I'm french...)

OK I tried the tool for the first time tonight on a 760m from Gigabyte 760M ROM that i backed up from GPU Z 0.76 on windows 8.1 (and it's awkward the backup works only on a 50 % basis).

And I've got the classical "Vbios size error or Unknown new vbios type"

I can mail you the ROM if necessary (can't post a link to it)

Can you help me to fix the problem ? Thanks !
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: Svet on 31-January-14, 14:40:00
Quote
And I've got the classical "Vbios size error or Unknown new vbios type"

I can mail you the ROM if necessary (can't post a link to it)

Can you help me to fix the problem ? Thanks !

Yep received it, will add support for this new type variable with next tool update,
and will send you updated version when its done.
Will take some time, 2-3 days.


P.S: New feature for msi gamming notebooks progress: 75% complete.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: gpvecchi on 01-February-14, 18:09:55
I noticed that it's now possible to change the vendor ID: is it possible to add the board type (I don't know if it's board ID or subvendor ID)? I.E. EVGA 780 ACX to EVGA 780 ACX SC (or FTW)...
I know that there is something related to a resistor...
Thanks Svet!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: Cookieboyeli on 02-February-14, 10:03:34
It seems I have come across another unsupported vbios image.

This one is very strange though, instead of giving an error it will let you modify it. It has a miraculous 1w TDP! haha I wonder what would happen if I flashed it after modifying? Best not to try..

http://www.mediafire.com/download/g6tuti37h3ihltl/Asus.GTX780.3072.130927.zip
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: Svet on 02-February-14, 15:26:00
I noticed that it's now possible to change the vendor ID: is it possible to add the board type (I don't know if it's board ID or subvendor ID)? I.E. EVGA 780 ACX to EVGA 780 ACX SC (or FTW)...
I know that there is something related to a resistor...
Thanks Svet!

board type nope

about subvendor ID need to be tested,
send me the vbios image and tell me who to become who ,
will send you a test version to try in next days


It seems I have come across another unsupported vbios image.

This one is very strange though, instead of giving an error it will let you modify it. It has a miraculous 1w TDP! haha I wonder what would happen if I flashed it after modifying? Best not to try..

http://www.mediafire.com/download/g6tuti37h3ihltl/Asus.GTX780.3072.130927.zip

Yes in some cases wrong reading is possible for new vbios types
Will add proper support for this one with next update.

P.S: New feature for msi gamming notebooks progress: 90% complete.
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.70n]
Post by: Svet on 03-February-14, 22:51:10
Version has been updated  [ 2.69m ==> 2.70n ]:

Changes:

 * Update GTX 480: Add support for new vbios type +1
 * Update GTX 760M: Add support for new vbios type +1
 * Update GTX 780 Ti: Add support for new vbios type +1
 * Update GTX 780: Add support for new vbios type +1
 * Add new feature for MSI Notebooks from gaming series,
 called "MSI EC-FW Editor".
 Supported MSI Notebooks models are the followed:
    - GT70 0NC
    - GT70 0ND
    - GT70 0NE
    - GT70 Dragon Edition
    - GT70-0NH Workstation
    - GT70 Dragon Edition 2 Extreme
    - GT70 Dragon Edition 2
    - GT70 2OC
    - GT70 2OD
    - GT70-0NG Workstation
    - GT70-2OL Workstation
    - GT70-2OK Workstation
    - GT60 2OD 3K IPS Edition
    - GT60 2OC 3K IPS Edition
    - GT60-2OJ Workstation
    - GT60-2OK Workstation - 3K IPS Edition
    - GT60 2OD
    - GT60 2OC
    - GT60-0NF Workstation
    - GT60-0NG Workstation
    - GT60 0NE
    - GT60 0ND
    - GT60 0NC
    - GE70 2OD
    - GE70 2OE
    - GE70 2OC
    - GE70 0ND
    - GE70 0NC
    - GE60 2OD
    - GE60 2OE
    - GE60 2OC
    - GE60 0ND
    - GE60 0NC

MSI EC-FW Editor Feature details:
  * Allow you to tweak the FAN Curve of the Notebook,
 which is controlled by Embedded Controller.
 The MSI EC-FW Editor allow you to modify and customize,
 the firmware image for your Embedded Controller used in your notebook by desired way.
 Allow you to tweak 126 EC-FW values related to the FAN of the notebook.
 The FAN values include different FAN tables,[9 total, with 2 general types: CPU and VGA + Extended tables]
 each table contain 2 main components:
 temp trigger points in C and FAN speed in RPM per each one of the trigger points.
 

 Quick EC-FW image Modification Guide:
 1. Load EC-FW image that you want to customize.
    -Where i can get it?
    -Go to msi web page for your notebook model, then choose download and navigate to firmwares.
Check your current EC version 1st, go to BIOS Setup,[press "Del" key during bios post/logo screen]
then you can see EC VER in System Info.
Download and use the same EC type, ie: if your current is: xxxxxx.405 , use the same xxxxxx.4xx type
or if you current one is .5xx, use .5xx firmware
 2. Modify the FAN table(s) values to desired one with MSI EC-FW Editor, then save it.
 3. Proceed with EC Flashing:
    * Before proceed with EC flash make sure that both battery and AC charger are attached to the notebook.
    The EC image file archive file can come with DOS or Windows Flasher, or both.

    DOS instructions, example: [archive example: 1762EMS2.414.zip ]
    with extracted files from archive to some folder: 1762EMS2.414, CheckSum.txt, ECALL.BAT, ENEF_030.EXE
    after modify the EC firmware[from the example above its: 1762EMS2.414] by MSI EC-FW Editor
    with desired FAN values, after modification of the EC-FW is done:
    delete CheckSum.txt located in the same folder, create bootable USB key,
    once done copy all files to the USB key[which is already bootable], ie copy to the USB key:
    1762EMS2.414,ECALL.BAT, ENEF_030.EXE
    reboot notebook and press 'F11', then choose your USB key from the list and hit ENTER.
    Note: For those Notebook who use Windows8 BIOS,
    you need to set in BIOS Setup boot mode to Legacy and to Disable secure boot before try to boot from the USB key.
    When you see A:\ or C:\, type:
    ECALL.BAT [ENTER]
    wait to finish, then turn off your notebook [press and hold the power button]
    Then do EC Reset: https://forum-en.msi.com/faq/article/how-to-reset-the-ec-embedded-controller
    And you are done.
       

    Windows instructions, example: [archive example: w8_1762EMS2.505.zip ]
    after modify the EC firmware[from the example above its: 1762EMS2.505 ] by MSI EC-FW Editor
    with desired FAN values, after modification of the EC-FW is done:
    delete CheckSum.txt located in the same folder, then run autoflash.exe
    if autoflash.exe doesn't exist, then execute winflash.exe
    When flashing is done, do EC Reset: https://forum-en.msi.com/faq/article/how-to-reset-the-ec-embedded-controller
    And you are done.

   NOTES: The guide above is when you use original EC-FW name.
   If you gonna change the original name before flashing [not recommended]
   you have to follow this rules and do an extra steps:
      - do not rename 1st 8 characters from the file name,
      you can rename only the file name extension of the EC-FW,
     ie: .xxx because there is build in protection in the flasher who check the names on flash attempt.
      - DOS Flashing: You also have to edit ECALL.BAT to replace the EC-FW name with your renamed one.
      - Win Flashing: You also have to edit config.ini to replace the EC-FW name with your renamed one.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.70n]
Post by: Seb34 on 05-February-14, 21:33:29
Hi Svet  :biggthumbsup:

Do you have a download link for EC firmware 1763EMS1 Ver 5.00 ? I would like to compare fan curves because it was much quieter than the latests versions.

Thanks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.70n]
Post by: Svet on 05-February-14, 21:38:41
Hi Seb :hat tip:

Quote
Do you have a download link for EC firmware 1763EMS1 Ver 5.00 ?

Nope, typically older versions are N/A,
what is your current EC version that you use .510 or?

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.70n]
Post by: Seb34 on 05-February-14, 21:42:34
My current EC is 1763EMS1 Ver 5.07 and the fan is a bit noisy at idle.
With ver 5.00 it was very quiet.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.70n]
Post by: Svet on 05-February-14, 21:52:33
Aha, found it by luck the 500 version stored at my PC, check PM for it.

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.70n]
Post by: Seb34 on 05-February-14, 22:10:26
Thanks,

With old EC v5.00 fan speed was only 20% (with CPU or VGA under 64°C) , now it's set to 32% it explains why my laptop is more noisier
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.70n]
Post by: Svet on 05-February-14, 22:17:47
Aha, saw it. I've also checked .510 [don't have the one that you use 507]
and 500 vs 510, along with the changes that you mention,
there is also difference in the last 3 triger points [5-6-7] at some of the tabs
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.70n]
Post by: Cookieboyeli on 05-February-14, 22:55:45
Hello Svet, I was uninstalling the tuner temporarily using IOBit Uninstaller and I noticed that version 2.69m was not overwritten but a second entry was made (2.70n). I also noticed that there were 14 registry entries left over after the uninstall (as listen by IOBit Uninstaller's deep scan). I understand that leaving some can be useful but I am just notifying you in case not all of them are intentional. I didn't save a screen shot though, sorry!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.70n]
Post by: Svet on 06-February-14, 00:45:40
Yes it could be, normally all installers left some tracks behind
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.69m]
Post by: gpvecchi on 08-February-14, 18:09:55
board type nope

about subvendor ID need to be tested,
send me the vbios image and tell me who to become who ,
will send you a test version to try in next days

Thanks, but sorry, my fault, the subvendor ID I was interested to has a different PCB...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.70n]
Post by: Svet on 08-February-14, 18:16:05
Thanks, but sorry, my fault, the subvendor ID I was interested to has a different PCB...

oki, email me your vbios images,
and tell me who to become who to prepare test vbios version to try
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.70n]
Post by: ghoula on 12-February-14, 18:45:18
Hi

Any good news about 750M support?  8-))

Regards!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.70n]
Post by: Svet on 12-February-14, 20:19:10
Hi

Any good news about 750M support?  8-))

Regards!

Hello,

Nope, haven't found any time for it yet.
Will note you if or when become supported.
Still working over other planned stuffs.
 :hat tip:

P.S: A new version update is scheduled in 48 hours.
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: Svet on 15-February-14, 02:42:09
Version has been updated  [ 2.70n ==> 2.71o ]:

Changes:

* Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
   - Add addiction support for followed MSI notebooks:
       } GX70 Destroyer
       } GX70 3BE
       } GX60 Destroyer
       } GX60 3BE
       } GX60 Hitman Edition
       } GX60 1AC
       } GS70 STEALTH
       } GE40 2OL
       } GE40 2OC Dragon Eyes
   - Update support for 16F4 and 1763 based MSI Notebooks:
       - added 3 more addiction FAN tables for those units.
   - Add hot key "E" - quick start MSI EC-FW Editor
   - Add ability to copy entire rows with values of either temp or fan type:
       Usage and more info:  Since there are too many values available for modification,
     depend of models [126 or 168] if all need to be edited it can take too much time.
     Therefor now you can also copy entire row of the values from the same time,
     ie: temp to temp or fan to fan. 1st two tables defines CPU & GPU fan profiles,
     which you can use as sample to spread quickly over all other tables.
     you can do this by enter 2 letters one after another,
     where the 1st one will be the source and the second one will be the target row.
     Source rows can be only any from the 1st 4, ie: a,b,c,d  while the target rows can be any row.
     Normally they has repeatable pattern, so you can config 1st 4 by your taste,
     then copy all of them over all others very quickly. And if needs any small change, fine tune,
     you can always edit any of the 126 or 168 values individually.


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: RypeDub on 18-February-14, 02:34:39
Hey Svet man, is there any way I could get a copy of your software?

I don't have any more money after buying an ASUS g75VX laptop for gaming and I'd love to get this overclocked!!

It's running an nVidia GTX 670MX with 3GB GDDR5!!! base clock is 601 MHz CPU and mem clock is 760 MHz

Please! If you can't give me a copy of your program, I know how to use Hex Editing tools and I already dumped my BIOS file if you could walk me through which values I need to change and how to change them, maybe we could also get my BIOS unlocked so I can change some of my Turbo Boost settings !!


Please man I hope you can help me
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: Svet on 18-February-14, 02:57:21
nope its not possible, also 670MX is not supported.

about your Asus NB, can't help you either
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: ahasae on 18-February-14, 11:33:42
how i can get this tool ?

i have the gt60 0nc with gtx670m
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: Hundsbuah on 18-February-14, 21:35:32
hi svet

i have a gt70-0nc notebook with 670m.
i modified the vbios vcore to 0,920 (default was 0,9) for p0 state and its now using only 0,8 in p0 state.
i reflashed my backup of my vbios and it still uses only 0,8 instead of default 0,9
i re-modified the vbios with your tool to 0,9 for p0 state and it still uses only 0,8 in p0 state.
i cant go back to real default voltage of 0,9

any advice?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: Svet on 18-February-14, 21:45:44
hi svet

i have a gt70-0nc notebook with 670m.
i modified the vbios vcore to 0,920 (default was 0,9) for p0 state and its now using only 0,8 in p0 state.
i reflashed my backup of my vbios and it still uses only 0,8 instead of default 0,9
i re-modified the vbios with your tool to 0,9 for p0 state and it still uses only 0,8 in p0 state.
i cant go back to real default voltage of 0,9

any advice?

have you reinstalled VGA drivers after vbios flashing ?
do you use it with ac charger attached ?
do you use it Turbo mode enabled? for 670m card on msi machines i remember it was using P0 or P1 underload depend of Turbo On/Off state.

also email me all vbioses[original and modded one] to check them
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: Hundsbuah on 18-February-14, 22:01:30
thank you for your answer.
yes its p0 state and its with turbo mode
ac is attached.

strange, when opening TechPowerUp GPU-Z and switching to "sensor" tab, the gpu is updating its vcore and its back to 0,9.
without TechPowerUp GPU-Z and just nvidiaInspector, the voltage is still only 0,8 when updating vbios.
maybe the reading by the "sensor tab" of TechPowerUp GPU-Z is forcing the gpu to update its voltage?

what is the normal procedure after flashing a modified vbios image?
just restarting the laptop?
or do i have to reinstall the vga driver? (does the vga driver installation also do a firmware update?)

Ill check now if it is possible to run with 0,92 when flashing the modified bios and running TechPowerUp GPU-Z and switching to the sensor tab.

but for now, its back to 0,9 in p0 also with the modified (0,9 and freq oc) vbios (but i have  to run TechPowerUp GPU-Z and switching to the sensor 1x)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: Svet on 18-February-14, 22:07:56
send me your vbios images to take a look, check PM for details


Quote
what is the normal procedure after flashing a modified vbios image?
just restarting the laptop?

yes

Quote
or do i have to reinstall the vga driver?

in some cases driver reinstall is need to be able new stuffs to be re-detected properly.

Quote
(does the vga driver installation also do a firmware update?)

nope
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: Xelance on 23-February-14, 17:04:40
I recently bought it  the program to my msi 580 gtx Twin frozr III

I get an error message after I installed the program and "get ready and select vbios" after I click ok I get error mess ERROR 1620 "An error occurred! Status 8006 Abnormal program execution"

Any clue what causes that issue?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: Svet on 23-February-14, 17:13:02
Yep,=> https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=148273.msg1278060#msg1278060
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: lxlslz on 01-March-14, 18:06:30
Hi Svet.

I have read lots of replies and I found a person ( Klem ) ran into a problem which is the same one I encounter now. I have my laptop G75vw with GTX670M as well. But now I have no idea what to do next.

There are my two question:

1. Every time I try to back up BIOS using GPU-Z or NVflash, it prompts that "BIOS reading not supported on this device" or "ERROR: Supported EEPROM not found".

2. I'm pretty sure my graphic card GTX670M is the same one as Klem's. ( BIOS Version 70.24.47.00.1b ) I don't know how to separate VBIOS from orginal BIOS file.

Could you help me pls ?  :-))
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: Svet on 01-March-14, 18:19:54
Hello

To 1: Probably your vbios image is part of system BIOS

To 2: Not sure, typically i don't assist with system BIOS modifications,
but will try to help you if i can. Send me(email me) your current BIOS that your NB use to take a look.

Other option will be to have a ask Klem how to extract the vbios and how to install it back into system BIOS,
after vbios modification. Since you have the same NB and he already done this

Quote
Could you help me pls ?  :-))

Yes will try if i can
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.71o]
Post by: rhx123 on 03-March-14, 15:53:15
Hi Svet!

I know its probably way down the feature list but how likely is support for 750Ti?

I just bought one and the minimum fan speed is set to 40% in the vBIOS  :rolleyes_anim:
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.72p]
Post by: Svet on 03-March-14, 21:44:36
Quote from: lxlslz
Finally I make it !
thank you Svet. I cannot do that without you.

well done :hat tip:


Hi Svet!

I know its probably way down the feature list but how likely is support for 750Ti?

I just bought one and the minimum fan speed is set to 40% in the vBIOS  :rolleyes_anim:

Dunno, no plans to support this card yet.
If you want email me your vbios and tell the wanted changes,
to try to do it for you, but will be probably next week.



Version has been updated  [ 2.71o ==> 2.72p ]:

Changes:
 
     * Add support for 670MX
     * Add support for 675MX
        Features supported for 670MX and 675MX:
         Support voltage adjust for P0, P5, P8
         Support memory clock adjust for P0, P5, P8
         Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust
         Support Boost table Frequency adjust
         Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
         Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
         Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
         Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
     * Update EC Tuner:
         - Add support for GT70 Barabone [1763]
         - Add support for GT60 Barabone [16F3]
         - Add support for msi's special T16 & T17 EC's for 1762 & 16F3
     * Fix cosmetic issue, when saving image on exit it blink for second
     * Update GTX 780M:
       - Add support for P-State Terminator [ability to Disable/Enable desired P-state]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.72p]
Post by: Jahska on 14-March-14, 18:23:28
Just tried your tool Svet and with this bios
(https)://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14656262/bios_ori_770gaming.rom
on my new 770 gaming, I am not able to setup the fan speed under 34%.. so sad.
Hope it's still exist some hex value somewhere..
A hardware limitation on a huge level like that should be really strange !
I want my card to run quietly :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.72p]
Post by: Svet on 14-March-14, 20:48:13
Just tried your tool Svet and with this bios
(https)://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14656262/bios_ori_770gaming.rom
on my new 770 gaming, I am not able to setup the fan speed under 34%.. so sad.
Hope it's still exist some hex value somewhere..
A hardware limitation on a huge level like that should be really strange !
I want my card to run quietly :)

Hello

Change all of those to value of 580:
MIN RPM value
OS MIN RPM value
Trigger point 1 RPM value

this should allow you do drop it below 34%
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.72p]
Post by: Jahska on 14-March-14, 22:32:56
Just tried again.
Hardware monitor CPUID give me 20% as fan speed but RPM still run at 1110 and yes, same noise :(
Anyway, I asked MSI for a quiet bios version.
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.73r]
Post by: Svet on 14-March-14, 22:46:02
Just tried again.
Hardware monitor CPUID give me 20% as fan speed but RPM still run at 1110 and yes, same noise :(
Anyway, I asked MSI for a quiet bios version.

then its properly changed since it now shows 20% and not 34%,
the % depend of selected RPM you can also verify this with Afterburner.

Quote
RPM still run at 1110 and yes, same noise :(

sounds like FAN turbine can't go under those minimum RPM limits.
[like there is max RPM dictated by hardware too]

You can try to reinstall VGA drivers.

Also you can test and change Boot fan duty from 20% to 10%
and check and compare the noise at boot time/power on for addiction noise reduction.




Version has been updated  [ 2.72p ==> 2.73r ]:

Changes:
 
* Update GTX 780 Ti: Add support for new vbios type
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.73r]
Post by: Jahska on 15-March-14, 09:23:41
I mod boot fanspeed and resinstall driver.
Same status by the way :( ,
this card is not really noizy but into my silent PC, it's the only element I heard :(
Waiting an answer from MSI (finger crossed!)
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.74s]
Post by: Svet on 17-March-14, 23:12:22


Version has been updated  [ 2.73r ==> 2.74s ]:

Changes:
 
* Add support for 750M
        Features supported:
         Support voltage adjust for P0, P5, P8
         Support memory clock adjust for P0, P5, P8
         Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust
         Support Boost table Frequency adjust
         Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
         Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
         Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
         Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
         Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.74s]
Post by: kacper988 on 18-March-14, 13:56:31
Is there any other way to make a donation than paypal? How much money do i have to donate?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.74s]
Post by: xartic1 on 18-March-14, 21:26:45
I just donated and currently waiting for the download link. I will be using this for a 750M, a few 780's, 770 and a 780ti, most of which are for mining. I know you wrote about having no plans to support the 750Ti, but I can assure you that the amount of people who would purchase this to use for that card only, will only be increasing as mining keeps expanding.

Just ran across this program today, and am looking forward to using it thoroughly!!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.74s]
Post by: andri.andrason on 20-March-14, 16:46:40
Hello is it possible to unlock ms-16f3 e16f3ims.10u bios?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.74s]
Post by: y0bailey on 26-March-14, 23:37:57
I have a Galaxy GTX 770 GC 2gb and just purchased your tool.  I cannot edit the BIOS in your tool.  Is it possible for you to check into this.  Here is the download link from the Galaxy website: galaxytech.com/Areas/__EN_GB__/downloads/GTX770_GC_2GB.rar          ****NOTE:  not allowed to post external links yet so you need to put www. in from of the link....or if you google "Galaxy GTX 770 bios update" it is the first result from the galaxy website.

Thanks!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.74s]
Post by: Svet on 27-March-14, 06:19:54
I have a Galaxy GTX 770 GC 2gb and just purchased your tool.  I cannot edit the BIOS in your tool.  Is it possible for you to check into this.  Here is the download link from the Galaxy website: galaxytech.com/Areas/__EN_GB__/downloads/GTX770_GC_2GB.rar          ****NOTE:  not allowed to post external links yet so you need to put www. in from of the link....or if you google "Galaxy GTX 770 bios update" it is the first result from the galaxy website.

Thanks!

Hey Matt,

Yep, looks like its new vbios type, yes will add support for it asap with next update version,
will take some time up to 2-3 days.

BR,
Svet
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.75t]
Post by: Svet on 29-March-14, 19:29:44


Version has been updated  [ 2.74s ==> 2.75t ]:

Changes:
 
  * Update: GTX 670MX:
     - Add support for new vbios type 
     - Add support Software Voltage control [On/Off]
     - Add support Software Voltage definition and adjustment
  * Update: GTX 770:
     - Add support for new vbios type
  * Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
     - Add support for new units:
        +GE70 2PE Apache Pro
        +GE70 2PC Apache
        +GE60 2PE Apache
        +GE60 2PC Apache
        +GP70 2PE Leopard
        +GP60 2PE Leopard
        +GT70 2PE Dominator Pro
        +GT70 2PC Dominator
        +GT60 2PE Dominator Pro
        +GT60 2PC Dominator
        +GT60 2PE Dominator 3K Edition
        +GT60 2PC Dominator 3K Edition
        +GS70 2PE Stealth Pro
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.75t]
Post by: martinez-x on 05-April-14, 22:58:23
Hi Svet! Is it possible to integrate some option to the new version of your tuner to change video outputs order?  I have 2 displays connected to my MSI GTX 780, the first display is monitor (via display port) and the second is TV (via HDMI). The problem is that there is no picture on the monitor during the boot up - no bios splash or windows logo. Everything is moved to TV. After windows loads, everything os ok, and the picture is on both displays. It's very annoing because it makes me unable to enter bios. Switching cables is impossible in my situation so I guess the only way to solve it is to make somehow the display port a primary display. There must be something in the vbios and I noticed that many people has similar issues but no solution so far...

Best regards,
M.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.75t]
Post by: Svet on 06-April-14, 10:00:07
Hi Svet! Is it possible to integrate some option to the new version of your tuner to change video outputs order?  I have 2 displays connected to my MSI GTX 780, the first display is monitor (via display port) and the second is TV (via HDMI). The problem is that there is no picture on the monitor during the boot up - no bios splash or windows logo. Everything is moved to TV. After windows loads, everything os ok, and the picture is on both displays. It's very annoing because it makes me unable to enter bios. Switching cables is impossible in my situation so I guess the only way to solve it is to make somehow the display port a primary display. There must be something in the vbios and I noticed that many people has similar issues but no solution so far...

Best regards,
M.

Hi martinez-x,

Hi Svet! Is it possible to integrate some option to the new version of your tuner to change video outputs order?

If such modifications is possible and after proper research and tests, yes.
But according to Nvidia this can't be done with BIOS modification:
http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1040353201&postcount=5

BR,
Svet

P.S: Version update scheduled in end of the next week with planed update
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.75t]
Post by: fonzy35 on 07-April-14, 07:10:39
Hi

The Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.75t]  work on Nvidia Cards, do they work on Radeon Card like MSI R9 270 Gaming 2Gb?

Or semilar program for Radeon out there?

Thanks In Advance
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.75t]
Post by: Svet on 07-April-14, 14:11:55
It's only for Nvidia cards [and for MSI Gamming Notebooks for FAN control]


Quote
do they work on Radeon Card like MSI R9 270 Gaming 2Gb?

Nope

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.75t]
Post by: martinez-x on 07-April-14, 18:35:54
Hi martinez-x,

If such modifications is possible and after proper research and tests, yes.
But according to Nvidia this can't be done with BIOS modification:
h..p://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1040353201&postcount=5

BR,
Svet

P.S: Version update scheduled in end of the next week with planed update

Thanks for the answer.

If it turn out to be possible, then your tool (with this functionality) would be the only one that could do it. So I think it's worth a try :)

Best regards!
M.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.75t]
Post by: kacper988 on 09-April-14, 21:36:36
Hi Svet!
I have just tried out version 2.75t of your tuner and unlocked software voltage control. Despite that, I still can't control my voltage in MSI afterburner. I have checked in settings "unlock voltage control", what am I doing wrong? My GPU is GTX 670MX.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.75t]
Post by: Svet on 09-April-14, 21:40:05
Hi Svet!
I have just tried out version 2.75t of your tuner and unlocked software voltage control. Despite that, I still can't control my voltage in MSI afterburner. I have checked in settings "unlock voltage control", what am I doing wrong? My GPU is GTX 670MX.

Hello,

Use Nvidia Inspector instead Afterburner:
http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/nvidia_inspector_download.html
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.75t]
Post by: kacper988 on 09-April-14, 21:51:56
Hello,

Use Nvidia Inspector instead Afterburner:
http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/nvidia_inspector_download.html
Works well, thanks a lot :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.75t]
Post by: Svet on 09-April-14, 22:08:12
well done :hat tip:

P.S: Planed version update scheduled in 48 hours
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: Svet on 11-April-14, 17:01:33
Version has been updated  [ 2.75t ==> 2.76u ]:

Changes:
 
  * Update: GTX 675MX:
     - Add support Software Voltage control [On/Off]
     - Add support Software Voltage definition and adjustment
  * Update: GTX 765M: Add support for new vbios type
  * Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
     - Fix some garbage characters for Chinese language OS [cosmetic issue]
     - Add support for new units:
         +GS70 Barabone
         +GS60 2PC Ghost
         +GS60 2PC Ghost 3K Edition
         +GS70 2PC Stealth
       
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: headlong on 13-April-14, 06:17:46
Hello,
I got my tuner today. And successfully changed my EC settings. However as a newbie I got some questions about changing values of my video card.
First of all my laptop is gt70 0nd with a 675mx 4gb.
My first question is how much should i increase my core mhz and memory clock values to not face any problems.
And as second one i want to ask about voltage tune. Whenever i choose to configure voltage for p0, p5 or p8 I don't see any voltage range like in your video. So i am totally confused and thought better to not touch the values without asking. And what if i enable software voltage control? Is it safe?

Thanks a lot!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: Svet on 13-April-14, 14:08:27
Hello,

Quote
My first question is how much should i increase my core mhz and memory clock values to not face any problems.

Start with small steps, then check the GPU for stability, if its stable or not, if yes then you can apply more.
Also remove/unlock the Software GPU core OC Limit under core managements as well and:
you can apply and test clocks on the fly with Nvidia Inspector:
http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/nvidia_inspector_download.html


Quote
And as second one i want to ask about voltage tune. Whenever i choose to configure voltage for p0, p5 or p8 I don't see any voltage range like in your video. So i am totally confused and thought better to not touch the values without asking.

the video is old one, in his example its for Fermi desktop card where it appears with volgate range,
while for your cards its shown as single voltage value. depend of loaded image type it will shows his own support parapeters or options for its class.
you can adjust the p0 voltage for overvoltage purpose, but give voltage only if needs [ie if the card meet unstable conditions and try to make it stable with addiction voltage], if you gonna add voltage do this with small steps as well

Quote
. And what if i enable software voltage control? Is it safe?

Yes it is

Quote
And successfully changed my EC settings.

well done
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: mardon85 on 21-April-14, 10:12:57
I've been looking over this thread and have a query. I'm considering getting a GS60 Pro in the near future. The only this putting me off is the crazy high temps of 93C load on the GPU. In the future will I be able to use this tool to set ether the vbios or software voltage and fan speed on the 870m?

If this is the case I'll probably get the laptop and leave you a donation in the process.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: Svet on 21-April-14, 16:10:30
Hello

Quote
I've been looking over this thread and have a query. I'm considering getting a GS60 Pro in the near future. The only this putting me off is the crazy high temps of 93C load on the GPU. In the future will I be able to use this tool to set ether the vbios or software voltage and fan speed on the 870m?

About voltage which related to the vbios, 8xxm are not supported, im researching them, don't know if i will add support for them or not, and if yes when. FYI for this 870m, by default you should have voltage control on the fly via Nvidia Inspector.
About FAN speed, this is not related to the video card, ie: not vbios either.
But via EC controller, GS60 models are already supported by the tool and you can tweak its FAN[which for is both CPU/GPU]
FYI: for this particular model the FAN don't like to lower below 42% exclude turn off state,[lowest default is 48%, which can be set to -6%[300-400RPM] or turned off for direcltly for lowerst temp trigers from the temp curve instead to running non stop with regardless of the temp] else if set [1-41%] this particular FAN start doing low/high pattern loop issue.
so valid options are from 42-100% + 0[FAN OFF], refer to: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=179676.0
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: mardon85 on 21-April-14, 16:45:28
Thanks for the fast response I'll ask someone on notebookreview to check the voltage via nvidia inspector.

EDIT Svet: Oki :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: mardon85 on 22-April-14, 19:11:59
Here is what happens with the 870m in Nvidia Inspector. As you can see it can't be under volted or is not working correctly. Do you have any suggestions?

Cheers

[img]https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2940/13970593425_6e72ff7e24_c.jpg[img/]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: Svet on 22-April-14, 19:14:25
Nope, but undervolting typically is not an working option.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: mardon85 on 22-April-14, 21:01:48
Ah that's a shame. If you do manage to get the 8XXm series working I'llbe sure to get your program.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: Dexpon on 22-April-14, 23:06:15
Ah that's a shame. If you do manage to get the 8XXm series working I'llbe sure to get your program.

+1

I have pre-order a GS60 Ghost Pro, and I would be very interested to use it on the 870m to get slightly better temperature, by slightly undervoltage and if necessary downclocked a little.
If one day you have time to do it, I'm sure I would give you a donation.

Thanks for the awesome work that you have done so far.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: be77solo on 24-April-14, 17:04:48
Hello

About voltage which related to the vbios, 8xxm are not supported, im researching them, don't know if i will add support for them or not, and if yes when. FYI for this 870m, by default you should have voltage control on the fly via Nvidia Inspector.
About FAN speed, this is not related to the video card, ie: not vbios either.
But via EC controller, GS60 models are already supported by the tool and you can tweak its FAN[which for is both CPU/GPU]
FYI: for this particular model the FAN don't like to lower below 42% exclude turn off state,[lowest default is 48%, which can be set to -6%[300-400RPM] or turned off for direcltly for lowerst temp trigers from the temp curve instead to running non stop with regardless of the temp] else if set [1-41%] this particular FAN start doing low/high pattern loop issue.
so valid options are from 42-100% + 0[FAN OFF], refer to: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=179676.0

Hi Svet,

Just wanted to log on and say thanks for the great tool!!  I used it on my GS60 2PC Ghost to modify the fan profiles in the EC, and it worked perfectly and was very user friendly.  I look forward to playing with it further, but wanted to thank you for your efforts in giving us complete control over the fans!

One thing I did notice, on mine at least, the minimum proper fan speed is actually 43%... 42% caused the oscillation you described above. Reflashed trying 43% and it has worked perfect for two days, and is noticeably quieter, very satisfied.

Will of course throw my hat in the ring for one day loving to see 860m support, that would be awesome  :biggthumbsup:

Thanks again!

******************************************************************************
EDIT Svet: Well done :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: jonti on 30-April-14, 16:58:42
I've got a GS60 and like others want reduce the fan speed. But I've got the 860M version and having downloaded your tool the other day have just realised it doesn't support that model (teach me to read things more fully). Do you have a plan to release an update that does or is it possible to still use the tool just to modify the fan speed? If so could you run through quickly how to do it?
thanks for the help
Jon

Has anyone tried 0 fan speed up to 50 degrees and have you had any problems, would appreciate any feedback from people who have played around with settings and found the best combination (in the hope my card becomes supported  :smile:), just being lazy I know but would save myself and others having to do it.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: Svet on 30-April-14, 17:13:02
Quote
I've got a GS60 and like others want reduce the fan speed. But I've got the 860M version and having downloaded your tool the other day have just realised it doesn't support that model (teach me to read things more fully). Do you have a plan to release an update that does or is it possible to still use the tool just to modify the fan speed?

860M vbios , this is not related to the FANs of the notebook.
you can still tweak the FAN of your notebook, which FAN is for both CPU/GPU with EC customization,
to modulate a new desired temp and fan curve depend of different cases

Quote
If so could you run through quickly how to do it?
thanks for the help
Jon

Yep, look again in the 1st topic and scroll down to the "Quick EC-FW image Modification Guide" for instructions

Quote
Has anyone tried 0 fan speed up to 50 degrees and have you had any problems, would appreciate any feedback from people who have played around with settings and found the best combination, just being lazy I know but would save myself and others having to do it.

0 should works fine too
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: be77solo on 01-May-14, 03:39:20
I've got a GS60 and like others want reduce the fan speed. But I've got the 860M version and having downloaded your tool the other day have just realised it doesn't support that model (teach me to read things more fully). Do you have a plan to release an update that does or is it possible to still use the tool just to modify the fan speed? If so could you run through quickly how to do it?
thanks for the help
Jon

Has anyone tried 0 fan speed up to 50 degrees and have you had any problems, would appreciate any feedback from people who have played around with settings and found the best combination (in the hope my card becomes supported  :smile:), just being lazy I know but would save myself and others having to do it.

He actually does name the GS60 860m by name in supporting fan mod (GS60 2PC Ghost is the 860m version he lists as supported for EC modding).   I too have the 860m version and can vouch that his tool does work great for changing the fan speeds.  I haven't tried 0 @ 50, but my guess is that it won't stay quite that cool with the fan off so it will use your next step up setting most of the time.

I've had great luck running my fan at 43%, noticeably quieter than the stock 48% and still keeps things cool.

Svet, us GS60 guys talk about ya all the time over on the forum.notebookreview MSI board... we'd sure love some 860m/870m support  :agrees:  I've tried to send as many people this way as I can to fix the fan speeds, but vBIOS support would be fantastic!

Take care!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: nitea2t on 01-May-14, 06:06:46
Svet

I've found your app here by a lucky search on Google, and I think you might have the expertise I need. I'd like your professional opinion on my Kepler based GPU. I play BF4 on free laptops I get from work. I use NvidiaInspector to OC the card, but would like to push a bit more if possible. I don't want to leave the vBIOS in a bad state, because it would be obvious, but I don't care if the card gets burned up (Dell will just next day air me another card and I will be back up and running).

Specs:
Dell Precision M6800
i7 4800mq @ 3.7 GHz
16 GB RAM @ 1600 MHz
2 SSHD in raid 0
Nvidia Quadro K3100M (840 core/5000 ram)
Win 8.1 x64

I game on ultra and avg 60-80 fps depending on the map, and hover around 61-64 Celsius. The closest card I can find by spec is the 765M (3dmark has the k3100m just below the 770M @ my clocks), but there are some differences:

k3100m vs 765M
GK104 vs GK106
768 core vs 768 core
8 SMX vs 5 SMX
TGP: 75 W vs 65 W
Mem Bus Width: 256 vs 128
Memory: 4GB (ECC) vs 2GB
Mem Bandwidth: 160 GB/s vs 64 GB/s

What I see in the 765M that caught my eye was the core speed of 850+boost. The max I see in NvidiaInspector is 840 for the k3100m...what do you think? Is there hope or am I stuck?

Thanks in advance mate

-David
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: titigrosminet on 06-May-14, 22:33:55
Hello

I have a Ge70 2PE, your fan control tool works for its model ?

Cordialy

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: Svet on 06-May-14, 22:39:55
Quote
we'd sure love some 860m/870m support  :agrees:
Take care!

Will see
 :hat tip:

Hello

I have a Ge70 2PE, your fan control tool works for its model ?

Cordialy

Yes it is.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: pachipin on 11-May-14, 19:06:04
Hi Svet,
sorry so much, please, let me know if your vbios tuner is already for MSI GT70 2PE with Nvidia GTX880M.
Thanks in advance for your attention.
 ;-)) :pompom:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.76u]
Post by: Svet on 11-May-14, 19:09:28
Hi Svet,
sorry so much, please, let me know if your vbios tuner is already for MSI GT70 2PE with Nvidia GTX880M.
Thanks in advance for your attention.
 ;-)) :pompom:

Quote
Nvidia GTX880M.

vbios modification is not supported

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MSI GT70 2PE

FAN control modification for this notebook is supported
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: Svet on 14-May-14, 15:23:18
Version has been updated  [ 2.76u ==> 2.77v ]:

Changes:
 
  * Add support GTX 860M (Maxwell based 860M are not supported)
   -Support voltage adjust for  P0, P1,P5, P8
   -Support higher clock's voltage adjust
   -Support memory clock adjust for P0, P1, P5, P8
   -Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust [Auto adjust for P0, P1]
   -Support Boost table Frequency adjust
   -Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
   -Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
   -Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
   -Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
   -Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
   -Support P-State Terminator [ability to Disable/Enable desired P-state(P0,P1,P5,P8)]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: jonti on 15-May-14, 13:08:32
Finally plucked up the courage to try this today and was so easy, so thanks for all the work

Now my problem, I tried a profile i'd seen in another forum but the fan speed kept ramping up from 0 to 3500 then back down to 0 again. Machine was running at mid 40 degrees. Any thoughts from anybody or anyone else had this problem?

the profile I used was

(http://forum.notebookreview.com/attachments/msi/111258d1398349244-msi-gs60-ghost-ghost-pro-thread-gs60_fan43ec.png)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: Svet on 15-May-14, 14:08:37
Hi Jonti

You can try different configs, [or to reset the EC by remove the ac power cord and holding the battery button for a bit]
Or if you want i can check the FAN bahavior with you for your notebook with remote control, check PM for details.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: be77solo on 15-May-14, 21:25:37
Version has been updated  [ 2.76u ==> 2.77v ]:

Changes:
 
  * Add support GTX 860M (Maxwell based 860M are not supported)
   -Support voltage adjust for  P0, P1,P5, P8
   -Support higher clock's voltage adjust
   -Support memory clock adjust for P0, P1, P5, P8
   -Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust [Auto adjust for P0, P1]
   -Support Boost table Frequency adjust
   -Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
   -Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
   -Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
   -Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
   -Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
   -Support P-State Terminator [ability to Disable/Enable desired P-state(P0,P1,P5,P8)]

Oh Svet am I reading this right??!! The Kepler based 860m in the GS60 Ghost is now supported for vBIOS mods?!  :agrees: :hat tip: :idea:

Fantastic news!  Thanks for the fast update! You rock!  Will definitely be playing with this later, thanks!
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: fredjones32 on 16-May-14, 11:18:23
Version has been updated  [ 2.76u ==> 2.77v ]:
  * Add support GTX 860M (Maxwell based 860M are not supported)

Can this be used for the 870m?

I've have a GS60 Ghost on the way and I've already purchased your tool for the ability to mod EC, but would love the ability to also mod vBios.

Thanks for your hard work!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: Svet on 16-May-14, 12:37:46
Oh Svet am I reading this right??!! The Kepler based 860m in the GS60 Ghost is now supported for vBIOS mods?!  :agrees: :hat tip: :idea:

Fantastic news!  Thanks for the fast update! You rock!  Will definitely be playing with this later, thanks!

 :hat tip:

Can this be used for the 870m?

I've have a GS60 Ghost on the way and I've already purchased your tool for the ability to mod EC, but would love the ability to also mod vBios.

Thanks for your hard work!

Nope, 870m is not supported [at least not yet], but probably will add support for it with future updates
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: dougandtoni on 16-May-14, 23:56:18
Hi. Could someone please give me a step by step guide to reflashing the vbios on my GTX580.
I have backed up the original rom
I have changed a fan value from 85% to 100% and saved it as modded rom
I have downloaded  nvflash_windows_5.142 and is sitting on my desktop in a folder.

And please now what??

I have read the first post but can not work it out.
Cheers Doug
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: Svet on 17-May-14, 00:11:39
Hi. Could someone please give me a step by step guide to reflashing the vbios on my GTX580.
I have backed up the original rom
I have changed a fan value from 85% to 100% and saved it as modded rom
I have downloaded  nvflash_windows_5.142 and is sitting on my desktop in a folder.

And please now what??

I have read the first post but can not work it out.
Cheers Doug

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I have downloaded  nvflash_windows_5.142 and is sitting on my desktop in a folder.

extract all files into some folder, then enter in this folder and create an batch file place inside:
nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 mod.rom
replace ''mod.rom'' with the name of your modded rom name and save the file
place your modded vbios into the same folder, then run the .bat file that you created
and confirm with ''Y'' when asked, wait to finish, [dos window will self close], then reboot your computer
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: dougandtoni on 17-May-14, 00:30:45
extract all files into some folder, then enter in this folder and create an batch file place inside:
nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 mod.rom
replace ''mod.rom'' with the name of your modded rom name and save the file
place your modded vbios into the same folder, then run the .bat file that you created
and confirm with ''Y'' when asked, wait to finish, [dos window will self close], then reboot your computer

Could you explain the create batch file bit please :bonk:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: dougandtoni on 17-May-14, 00:37:29
Could you explain the create batch file bit please :bonk:

Googled that and have created a batch file. So there is no need to do anything on a bootable usb drive and all that???
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: Svet on 17-May-14, 00:40:24
create an .txt file, then open it and place the reuqired syntax inside, then save it.

then rename the .txt file to .bat
if you don't see the file name extention, go to windows explorer options, then uncheckmark this one:
(http://www.indezine.com/products/other/windows/images/fileextension_04.gif)

then the extions will be show up, and rename the .txt to .bat
then run the .bat file

Googled that and have created a batch file. So there is no need to do anything on a bootable usb drive and all that???

no need unless if you want to use DOS nvflash flasher instead.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: dougandtoni on 17-May-14, 01:10:14
Run the batch file it did not ask me to confim with Y or anything.
DOS window closed
Reeeboot computer
Save vbios with GPU-Z
Open and read in your tuner fan max still reading 85% but in the modded rom it says 100%
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: jonti on 17-May-14, 09:55:09
MSI GS60 2PC 860M can't thank Svet enough both for his application and his support afterwards  :biggthumbsup:. The 43% fan setting didn't work for me so a quick Teamviewer session with Svet and he worked out that for this particular laptop it could only go down to 44% before seeing a 0-100% fan speed cycle. Now working with the profile below and got a 0% idling fan speed for browsing and light use with only an occasional fan burst to drop the CPU temp back below 55 degrees, running at a comfortable 53 as we speak
 FAN temp:
 org: 00 47 60 70 80 90 95
 mod: 00 55 60 70 80 90 95

 FAN RPM %:
 org: 48 55 62 69 76 84 91
 mod: 00 44 62 69 76 84 91

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: Svet on 17-May-14, 12:46:07
Run the batch file it did not ask me to confim with Y or anything.
DOS window closed

this mean something is not done right, if you want to check it, see PM for details about remote connection
[my guess either not all files are in one place or the syntax in the .bat file for the vbios file name is not matched to the one which you tring to flash]

MSI GS60 2PC 860M can't thank Svet enough both for his application and his support afterwards  :biggthumbsup:.

 :hat tip:

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: dougandtoni on 17-May-14, 13:19:14
this mean something is not done right, if you want to check it, see PM for details about remote connection
[my guess either not all files are in one place or the syntax in the .bat file for the vbios file name is not matched to the one which you tring to flash]

 :hat tip:

Will set up teamviewer now. One other thing is I have two GTX580 in sli. It is the evga one that I need to change the fan on.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: dougandtoni on 17-May-14, 13:55:16
Thanks Svet. Everything is working great.


EDIT Svet: Well done
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: Iamhydrogen on 18-May-14, 16:20:40
So what can I do with this tool using a GS60 w/ 860m GPU?  Can I flash a vBIOS where I can adjust voltages?

EDIT Svet: If you mean to change voltage on the fly, you can use Nvidia Inspector:
http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/nvidia_inspector_download.html
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: Fdapp on 22-May-14, 22:32:20
Are you going to add 870m support?
gs70 folks need it, since nb has throttling issues.

EDIT Svet: Will see, but probably yes with future updates.
But i don't know if that would help with throttling issues

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.77v]
Post by: Tutiten on 29-May-14, 11:33:00
Hello guys,

I'm new in this oc world for notebook GPUs. I have a GT70 2od (780m). And I would like to push a little bit my card but I'm afraid of rising the voltages too much. What is the voltage limitations for this GPU? I would like to stay in range of 950Mhz core, and 1500 Mhz mem. Anyone could help me with it?

Thank you.  ;-))


EDIT Svet: Don't go more than 1100mV and raise the voltage only if needs
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.79x]
Post by: Svet on 30-May-14, 14:52:13
Version has been updated  [ 2.77v ==> 2.79x ]:

Changes:
 
  * Add support for GTX 870M, supported features:
   -Support voltage adjust for  P0, P1,P5, P8
   -Support higher clock's voltage adjust
   -Support memory clock adjust for P0, P1, P5, P8
   -Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust [Auto adjust for P0, P1]
   -Support Boost table Frequency adjust
   -Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
   -Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
   -Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
   -Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
   -Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
   -Support P-State Terminator [ability to Disable/Enable desired P-state(P0,P1,P5,P8)]
 * Update GTX 670MX: Add support for new vbios type
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.79x]
Post by: grichka59 on 30-May-14, 15:32:01
Hello Svet,

I try your tool with the EC firmware of the GS60 , it works perfectly.

But i have a probleme with the vbios of GTX 870m , it doesn't work. it says : " vbios size error or unknown bios type ".

I use the 2.79X version...

thanks :)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.79x]
Post by: Svet on 30-May-14, 15:34:19
Hi grichka

email me your vbios image to take a look, check pm for details
you may have a new vbios type
also which function you try to use? [not all functions are for GTX 870m]
working threads for GTX 870M are: Core Tune, Memory tune, Voltage Tune and VBIOS-Z Report.

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.79x]
Post by: grichka59 on 30-May-14, 16:32:08
thanks svet , i sent you an email with my vbios that i use in my GS60 ghost pro.

For info , i tried to use VBIOS-Z report and core tune whitout succes , i tried with an original vbios and with vbios made by sen7tinel of Notebookreview (undervolt vbios).

:)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.79x]
Post by: Svet on 30-May-14, 16:34:46
oki, received your original vbios, and indeed is some new vbios image type
will add support for it with next update
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.79x]
Post by: fredjones32 on 01-June-14, 00:12:54

Version has been updated  [ 2.77v ==> 2.79x ]:

Thank you, thank you!  I purchased your software a few weeks ago and i am waiting for my GS60 Ghost Pro to arrive and hoping you'd support 870m. Glad I invested in this. Be great when you update to MSI new bios. Thanks for your work.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.79x]
Post by: dogbyte on 02-June-14, 03:34:51
Will this work with GT70 2PE-1041US Dominator Pro
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.80y]
Post by: Svet on 02-June-14, 12:48:55
Will this work with GT70 2PE-1041US Dominator Pro

For temp and FAN curve customization for CPU/GPU via MSI EC-FW Editor, yes.


Version has been updated  [ 2.79x ==> 2.80y ]:

Changes:
 
 
 * Update GTX 870M: Add support for new vbios types +2
 * Fix cosmetic issue GTX 870M voltage thread, bar appear over some values
 * Update tool to showup in dialog as supported units 1763 for SB353x, .7xx versions
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.80y]
Post by: grichka59 on 02-June-14, 13:45:50
Thanks svet , it works perfectly on the GS60 ghost pro !

:)

EDIT Svet:  :welcome:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.80y]
Post by: casper410 on 02-June-14, 20:03:51
I would find it interesting if you fix this.
I have an MSI R9 290, which just keeps freezing up / crashing as soon as the AMD driver is installed.
I have tried old display drivers, and Bios old and new from Techpowerup website, but still the same.
MSI technical support have not offered any help at all, very disappointing.
I can watch movies, browse the net, but soon as i try to run GPU-Z / Afterburner, black screen.
BF4 keeps stuttering and freezing up, sometimes windows managers to recover. I`v tried everything, still no good.
Is yours the same ? I just suspect these boards are just faulty, as alot of people seam to be having trouble with MSI graphic cards.


EDIT Svet: Open new own topic in correct forum area [VGA section] for troubleshooting,
and provide full system specifications, see >>Posting Guide<< (https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=38822.0)
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.80y]
Post by: nintendo22 on 03-June-14, 13:14:53
does it support my old GE620DX with gt635m?
i really want to modify my vbios' voltage for overclocking and adjust the fan curve of it :confused2:

EDIT Svet:
does it support my old GE620DX with gt635m?

vbios is supported, voltage adjust option for this unit and particular type is limited to 3 options only:
0.8125V, 0.8812V, 0.9250V

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and adjust the fan curve of it :confused2:

FAN curve adjust is not supported for this old notebook.
[for more info take a look supported units in the 1st topic]
Title: MSI afterburner 2.2.3
Post by: hurricane28 on 08-June-14, 22:45:47
Hi, i am confused now because i use MSI afterburner 2.2.3 and my question is that should i upgrade to newer versions or stick with the one i have?

thanx in advance  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.80y]
Post by: flobelix on 09-June-14, 10:10:22
This thread is about Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner and not Afterburner. As Afterburner 2.2.3 is dead old sure you should update: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=161235.msg1300776#msg1300776

For further questions not regarding Svet's tuner directly open an own topic.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.80y]
Post by: TheOvo on 10-June-14, 21:03:35
Guys, how can i do undervoltage on my GE60 apache pro with GTX 860 (maxwell)?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.80y]
Post by: iansjaeger on 10-June-14, 21:27:45
Trying to modify my GTX760M vbios which is listed support but getting invalid size or new vbios type error when trying to open.

I have uploaded my bios to google drive if you wouldnt mind taking a look.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bxqe5scBXIrza01nakxMYUJoYWM/edit?usp=sharing

Thanks for any advice you can offer
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.80y]
Post by: Svet on 10-June-14, 21:32:31
Trying to modify my GTX760M vbios which is listed support but getting invalid size or new vbios type error when trying to open.

I have uploaded my bios to google drive if you wouldnt mind taking a look.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bxqe5scBXIrza01nakxMYUJoYWM/edit?usp=sharing

Thanks for any advice you can offer

Hi iansjaeger

It's appear that's new vbios type, will add support for it with next update. [which is scheduled in 24 hours]

BR,
Svet
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.80y]
Post by: iansjaeger on 10-June-14, 22:51:37
Awesome as always Svet, Thanks
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.81z]
Post by: Svet on 11-June-14, 16:44:31
Version has been updated  [ 2.80y ==> 2.81z ]:

Changes:
 
 * Update GTX 460M: Add support for new vbios types +2
 * Update GTX 870M: Add support for new vbios types
 * Update GTX 780M: Improve boost table system to handle some special cases
 * Update MSI EC-FW Editor: Add new feature:
     - Allow Temp Threshold Hysteresis modification CPU/GPU, available for all supported MSI Notebooks
 
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.82a]
Post by: Svet on 18-June-14, 00:51:37
Version has been updated  [ 2.81z ==> 2.82a ]:

Changes:
 
 * Fix false possitive detections with some AVs
* Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
     - Fix text max Threshold Hysteresis limit up to 10 instead of 15
     - Add support for GT70 Barabone [1762]
     - Add support for GT70 Medion Eraser X7821 [1762]
 
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.82a]
Post by: anielkumar on 19-June-14, 13:58:53
Hi Svet's,

I just wanted Know , Whether this Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.82a] will Work for New Dell Alienware 17 (BIOS Ver 10) with GTX880m 8 GB DDR5  or NOT ? Because I wanted to unlock My GTX880m Power and Voltage Menu. GTX880m 8 GB has been released But That Vbios is causing Problem with My Screen 120Hz WLED FHD (1920 x 1080) TrueLife 400 Nit Display w/3D. So I need to modify My GTX880m VBIOS .
I am ready to Pay for Donation if Your Tool Will Work Currently or in coming future .

Thanks In Advance
AK :idea:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.82a]
Post by: Svet on 19-June-14, 14:04:04
Hi anielkumar

880M is not supported, but you can send me your original vbios image,
in a case that can become supported in a future to ensure that will be supported.
If 880M become supported i will note you
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.82a]
Post by: anielkumar on 19-June-14, 14:18:47
Hi Svet,

Please find my GTX880m BIOS as GXT880MS.rar file in following location.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-HKx43eTnrwakJRN3p1LURNVUk/edit?usp=sharing

Thanks for Reply. :angel:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.82a]
Post by: Svet on 19-June-14, 14:24:26
Oki, will note you if become supported in a future and if become supported with wanted features
Can't promise anything for now.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.82a]
Post by: n3v3rm1nda on 20-June-14, 08:50:39
Can anyone explain how the Threshold Hysteresis works ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.82a]
Post by: Svet on 20-June-14, 12:53:11
Can anyone explain how the Threshold Hysteresis works ?

This option is how much to delay before to switch and apply the values to the reached trigger point.
For example the unit reached the condition to trigger the next trigger point, etc CPU or GPU temp raise to the point which needs FAN speed change, threshold hysteresis define the delay before apply the changes after the nececery conditions to switch is already reached.
Etc its act as buffer

Higher threshold hysteresis value would be more smooth operation but will be more delayed changes.

If you disable hysteresis, it will cause instant and rapid switching immediatelly after reaching some of the trigger points,
and if the temp is stabilizied at the border between two trigger points, it will cause FAN speed fluctacting up/down per a second.

You can try a different Threshold Hysteresis options to figure the optimal one that suits you.

FYI: You can apply a different settings for Threshold Hysteresis per CPU and GPU

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.82a]
Post by: gpvecchi on 21-June-14, 14:48:51
Guys, flashing a modded bios will give problems to UEFI boot? Thanks...


EDIT Svet: If original one is working fine, normally modded one should also works fine. but depend of changes
Your question is too generic, is it system bios or vbios, modded with what purpose?
If you cross flashing to a different bios/vbios[not recommended] it may give you issues.

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.82a]
Post by: Rule_it on 23-June-14, 08:11:14
Hi Svet. With MOA qualifying incoming is possible add maxwell bios support?

I've tried with MSI GTX 750/oc Bios but don't work.

Thank you advance.


EDIT Svet:

Quote
Hi Svet. With MOA qualifying incoming is possible add maxwell bios support?

Not for now, will see if can be done in a future.
[It's require detailed study and research]

Quote
I've tried with MSI GTX 750/oc Bios but don't work.

Yes, that's normal.
GTX750 is not supported, for supported GPU models refer to the 1st topic

BR,
Svet
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.83b]
Post by: Svet on 25-June-14, 17:43:56
Version has been updated  [ 2.82a ==> 2.83b ]:

Changes:
 
Update GTX750M:
   - Add support for new vbios type
Update GTX860M:
   - Add support for new vbios type
   - Add dynamic boost table detection and adjustment
Update GTX870M:
   - Add support for new vbios type
   - Update voltage identifier to improve compatibility
Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
   - Add support for iBuypower Valkyrie CZ-27 [1762]
   - Update 16FK to add filter support for .7xx versions
   - Improve worker performance after initial loading
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.82a]
Post by: gpvecchi on 28-June-14, 15:33:45
EDIT Svet: If original one is working fine, normally modded one should also works fine. but depend of changes
Your question is too generic, is it system bios or vbios, modded with what purpose?
If you cross flashing to a different bios/vbios[not recommended] it may give you issues.


I would like to upper the voltage limit of my 780 Ti from 1,2 to 1,215 but keeping the boost...


EDIT Svet: Modding your vbios should not cause UEFI boot issues
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.83b]
Post by: Raliemant on 28-June-14, 16:47:44
Hi @Svet i have an MSI GX70 :)

Can you help me please?

What can i do for more perfomance? Do you have any Bios modded or some tweaks for me??

Do you need to know my bios? 1st i need to upgrade the bios, its that ok? i think will be the best.

SORRY about my english. Try to understand me.

Best regards
Raliemant

EDIT Svet: Please don't hijack this topic, its not a thread for modded system BIOSes.
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.84c]
Post by: Svet on 08-July-14, 16:35:31
Version has been updated  [ 2.83b ==> 2.84c ]:

Changes:
 
* Fixed bug: power below 66W cannot adjust
Update GTX750M:
   - Allow Higher clock's Voltage modification
Update GTX870M:
   - Add support for new vbios type
   - Add support for power control modifications
Update GTX860M:
   - Add support for power control modifications
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.84c]
Post by: BarboneNet on 08-July-14, 23:48:29
hi man, did you have some tool for gtx 750? i'm preparing for moa!!! thanks
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.84c]
Post by: kacper988 on 09-July-14, 11:12:07
Hi Svet,
Will support for GTX 680m come at some point? It's preety much similar to GTX 870m, and 680m is the only one high-end mobile kepler not supported yet.

EDIT Svet: It's not planned, but will see in a future.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.84c]
Post by: KLICHO on 12-July-14, 00:18:05
Hello i have a question. Who can me help with my GTX 580@675M modifficated bios and give 0.9voltage on P0 and P1 ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.84c]
Post by: ghoula on 31-July-14, 11:54:30
Dear Svet!

Dont know if it is the proper place to ask, but I'm not allowed to write PM. :(
Can you help the Lenovo community with EC modding, or stricly MSI machines are supported by You?

(Feel free to remove my post if it raises issues  :worship:)

Thanks in advance!

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.84c]
Post by: Svet on 31-July-14, 12:21:49
Dear Svet!

Dont know if it is the proper place to ask, but I'm not allowed to write PM. :(
Can you help the Lenovo community with EC modding, or stricly MSI machines are supported by You?

(Feel free to remove my post if it raises issues  :worship:)

Thanks in advance!

Hello,

Quote
Can you help the Lenovo community with EC modding,

Nope

Quote
or stricly MSI machines are supported by You?

Yes, EC modding is limited to MSI notebooks only [supported models are listed in 1st topic]

BR,
Svet

EDIT:
Version update is planned in end of this week
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.84c]
Post by: RPXZ on 01-August-14, 17:27:55
I'm getting "VBIOS size error or unknown vbios" error on a GS60 ghost with the 860m. I'm using version 2.84c.

Someone please help, thanks.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.84c]
Post by: Svet on 01-August-14, 17:30:10
I'm getting "VBIOS size error or unknown vbios" error on a GS60 ghost with the 860m. I'm using version 2.84c.

Someone please help, thanks.

Hello,

Email me your vbios image to take a look, check PM for details.
It's possible new vbios image type. [assume if this is Kepler 860M]

BR,
Svet

EDIT: It's new vbios type, will add support for it with next tool update[planed after 2-3 days]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.84c]
Post by: b3rg3r on 03-August-14, 00:13:48
Hi,

First I want to thanks and congratulate Svet a lot for his great tool !  :biggthumbsup:

Now, I've managed to get a silent GP60 Laptop by editing the Embedded Controler Fan settings with "Svet's VBIOS Tuner" and the help of the tool "Read-Write Everything".

I've seen in RW-Everything that the value 30 30 30 by default in the EC Tab define lowest fan speed, for CPU an GPU (114 & 138) (on GP60 there is only one fan for both).

(http://s4.uploads.im/71fPQ.png)

(http://s4.uploads.im/IgtbC.png)

Then I tryed to edit this value (located at 114 & 138) by 25 but the fan did restart in loop (stop, start, stop, start...), so I tryed with 29 and then, no more noise (just a little little bit but nothing compared with the default noise).

(http://s4.uploads.im/0siYD.png)

(http://s4.uploads.im/jk5dG.png)

But when I tryed to replace all the values 35 (lowest ones) by 29 (or even 34) in the EC Rom file (16GHEMS1.502 for GP60 2PE) with "Svet's VBIOS Tuner" and flash again, I did get another "fan restart symptom". So I edited the EC Rom file with an Hexadecimal Editor and manually replace the six 30 values by 29, then save the file and open it in "Svet's VBIOS Tuner", and I've seen that the writed value 29 changed in 41 in VBIOS Tuner.
So I changed every value from 35 (and some others) by 41 like that:

Before:

(http://s4.uploads.im/Q7xCA.png)

After:

(http://s4.uploads.im/EoC1g.png)

Then I flashed again with an EC reset, and now I get no more noise with a temperature around 57 degrees Celsius using Web, Office... until my cpu reach 61 degrees Celsius.

A strange thing is that the value "41" in "Svet's VBIOS Tuner" is in fact lower than "35"...
If you want my modded EC firmware for testing you can email me.
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.85d]
Post by: Svet on 03-August-14, 16:30:45
Hi b3rg3r,


Quote
First I want to thanks and congratulate Svet a lot for his great tool !  :biggthumbsup:

thanks :hat tip:



Quote
I've seen in RW-Everything that the value 30 30 30 by default in the EC Tab define lowest fan speed, for CPU an GPU (114 & 138) (on GP60 there is only one fan for both).

Then I tryed to edit this value (located at 114 & 138) by 25 but the fan did restart in loop (stop, start, stop, start...), so I tryed with 29 and then, no more noise (just a little little bit but nothing compared with the default noise).


But when I tryed to replace all the values 35 (lowest ones) by 29 (or even 34) in the EC Rom file (16GHEMS1.502 for GP60 2PE) with "Svet's VBIOS Tuner" and flash again, I did get another "fan restart symptom". So I edited the EC Rom file with an Hexadecimal Editor and manually replace the six 30 values by 29, then save the file and open it in "Svet's VBIOS Tuner", and I've seen that the writed value 29 changed in 41 in VBIOS Tuner.
So I changed every value from 35 (and some others) by 41 like that:



Then I flashed again with an EC reset, and now I get no more noise with a temperature around 57 degrees Celsius using Web, Office... until my cpu reach 61 degrees Celsius.

A strange thing is that the value "41" in "Svet's VBIOS Tuner" is in fact lower than "35"...
If you want my modded EC firmware for testing you can email me.

Think you become confused because of different metrics used in on the fly tool RW -Utility and EC tuner

Quote
A strange thing is that the value "41" in "Svet's VBIOS Tuner" is in fact lower than "35"...

dunno why you applied 3rd value as 35, and by that way it become lower than your 1st 2 values
the curves are suppose to be in linear increment,
etc: each one next value to be equal or higher than prevision one,
which is not the case in your test example.
It may also works, but is not correct config

This issue doesn't exist in original config scan [your before screenshot]

I also see such issue in your on the fly test config in RW- Utility too,
where 3rd value is also lower than 1st values (RW: 30[1], 30[2], 1E[3], 3rd value is lower than prevision, which is not correct config)

Quote
But when I tryed to replace all the values 35 (lowest ones) by 29 (or even 34) in the EC Rom file (16GHEMS1.502 for GP60 2PE) with "Svet's VBIOS Tuner" and flash again, I did get another "fan restart symptom".

this is where also you become confused
but to give some tips 1st:
when do ec modification, work over 1 group at the time, not at all tables at once
etc: 35 values that you change  exist in many different type tables, so by changing all 35 values you've modifed many different tables at once.
stick to one table modification per test, once figure changes for some group,
then change all other tables who has identical values on the same table which you currently working over

now about the confusion:
 the 35% values which you edited are not the same, which you changed on the fly with RW-Utility,
RW-Utility = show values hex
EC Tuner  = show translated values in dec

etc you applied some changes on the fly which was OK,
but then you modified a different tables [and not the current active one]
with also different values, 35 in ec tuner, mean 23 in RW,
where you find that 29 value is lower without fan loop issue,
but in fact you've applied 23 with ec tuner later, which is very different [lower value] and also to different table,
and loop issue can be expected, since based on your on the fly tests under 29 cause loop issue

I would suggest to start all over again from scratch, by using original ec file and start edit it with ec tuner

based on your test research and original config i would have those suggestions for you:

1st to tell current active tables: they are not those who start with 35%, but those who start with 48%
etc. rows:  (ab), (cd), (ij), (kl)

Test1 config:
copy row f values over rows: b, d, j, l
this will test predefined existing fan % rpm over active table
save & flash and test the FAN behavior,
see if there will be FAN loop issue or not.

Test2 config:
If FAN loop issue exist, in test1 config, then use modded test1 config to generate test2 config as followed:
copy row values from: e over: a,c,i,k
save & flash, and retest.

If those predefined parameters doesn't work ok,
then back we go back to initial position using original ec file, and edit as followed,
By using your research, that lowest FAN % without FAN loop issue is 41:
org: [active rows in tables  (ab), (cd), (ij), (kl)]
00   55   61   67   73   79   89   08
48   50   55   62   68   75   90

test3 change to followed values: [active rows in tables  (ab), (cd), (ij), (kl)]
00   57   63   69   75   79   89   11 [to take advantage from 0 startup for smooth operation]
00   41   47   53   62   75   90

update all rows from the same type with identical values with those values
save & flash, and retest. :hat tip:

there are many other possible combinations,
but you get the idea i hope :hat tip:





Version has been updated  [ 2.84c ==> 2.85d ]:

Changes:
 
* Extend power range selection to 3kW
Update GTX780Ti:
   - Add support for new vbios type
   - Update max boost system
Update GTX860M:
   - Add support for new vbios type
Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
   - Add support for GT72 2PC DOMINATOR
   - Add support for GT72 2PE DOMINATOR PRO
* Fixed update issue introduced with version 2.84c: not always can detect new version
  [those who have troubles updating to 2.85d, install older version to perform the update,
   those who has 2.84c only, email me directly for manual update to the latest one fixed version 2.85d]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.85d]
Post by: Cookieboyeli on 05-August-14, 21:06:50
Hello Svet, is it theoretically possible or practical that GDDR5 memory timings and voltage modification support be added? Even if you are not going to is this actually possible? Would it require every card getting specific support or would adding functionality like this work for all supported cards? I know I'd love to see if I could break 2000Mhz/8Ghz effective without artifacts or stability issues. I'm currently near the wall at 1950MHz/7800MHz. (What is the "correct" way to notate memory MHz? I've seen 3 different speeds)...



EDIT Svet:

Quote
Hello Svet, is it theoretically possible or practical that GDDR5 memory timings and voltage modification support be added?

about memory timings theoretically yes, on practical don't know.
i don't have research about it, therefor can't be added and its not planned.
about voltage don't know if theoretically can be controllable by vbios or via hardware only

Quote
I'm currently near the wall at 1950MHz/7800MHz. (What is the "correct" way to notate memory MHz? I've seen 3 different speeds)...

indeed, different applications report memory speed by different ways
have a read here: http://www.geeks3d.com/20100613/tutorial-gpu-tools-and-gpu-memory-clock-real-and-effective-speeds-demystified/

BR,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.85d]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 07-August-14, 01:29:05
Hi Svet,

It's been a while since I have entered these hallowed halls, and I like to say, love the new look, and I can see you've been BUSY! As far as the new look, I see there is still some work to be done with font colors.

Anyhow, just thought I'd stop by and ask what's ahead for your cool, must-have tool, and GTX-880M support? Recently I acquire the GT72 Dominator Pro (loving it, best MSI gaming flagship ever!), and of course, your VBIOS/EC Tuner belongs onboard. For those unfamiliar with this new model, visit The MSI GT72 Dominator Pro Owner's Lounge (http://forum.notebookreview.com/msi/757541-msi-gt72-dominator-pro-owner-s-lounge.html).

Cheers,
-=$tr|k3r=-
 :hat tip:

EDIT Svet:

Hi -=$tr|k3r=- 

It's planned and its priority, probably will be done with next update
But can't say specified day yet, probably up to 2 weeks

BR,
Svet :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.85d]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 07-August-14, 01:56:15
Super great to hear Svet, and again, thanks for all that you do!  ;D
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.85d]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 08-August-14, 00:41:27
Hi Svet,

Sorry to bug you again, but it's about the site's font colors again. Some are very difficult to read against the new black background..... and we need to read ALL your stuff, right?  :lol_anim:

Take a look at this thread's post #1, the 'VBIOS Flashing and Safety Procedures' section..... to me the dark blue font is illegible. I just referred a new user to your tool, and I want them to be able to read EVERYTHING!  ;-))

Thanks again!

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.85d]
Post by: Svet on 08-August-14, 00:59:58
Didn't noticed, saw it now, thanks. It's because of newest default forum theme.
Because i'm using original forum theme, where those colors appears ok

You can switch to classic theme, from Profile,Look and Layout,Change, MSI-CLASSIC

But i've just updated the text which was hard to read to be OK with both themes

 :hat tip:


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.85d]
Post by: -=$tr|k3r=- on 08-August-14, 01:17:47
Thanks for the update! Yeah, my main concern was for new users, who may not know how to change the theme. Thanks again!

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.85d]
Post by: RaynerJA on 13-August-14, 14:23:06
Hi, first, this is not my native language, so sorry for any error.

This was probably has been answered, but.... my problem is that my "GTX 560 Ti Twin Frozr II/OC " is now freezing in some games, i readed and confirmed that it is because of the clocks going back to idle stat, as a solution i read that i could change the clocks of Idle P-State to 3D performance(I am not sure what i am saying Here ;D).

Anyway, i tried some tools out there but none seems to work with my VGA BIOS, what i want to know is if its possible to to do what i described above, change the Idle clocks to full 3D performance with this tool?

EDIT Svet:

Quote
This was probably has been answered, but.... my problem is that my "GTX 560 Ti Twin Frozr II/OC " is now freezing in some games, i readed and confirmed that it is because of the clocks going back to idle stat, as a solution i read that i could change the clocks of Idle P-State to 3D performance(I am not sure what i am saying Here ;D).

I have tested various of those cards at the time, and never noticed such issue.
probably something is wrong with the card itself or something else in your machine.
If you want to troubleshot, open new own topic in VGA section and provide full system specifications,
see >>Posting Guide<< (https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=38822.0)
and S/N of the card along with current vbios to check for possible updates for your card


Quote
Anyway, i tried some tools out there but none seems to work with my VGA BIOS, what i want to know is if its possible to to do what i described above, change the Idle clocks to full 3D performance with this tool?

Nope, only load[3D] clocks can be adjusted
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e]
Post by: Svet on 19-August-14, 16:16:54
Version has been updated  [ 2.85d ==> 2.86e ]:

Changes:
 
  * Add support for GTX 880M, supported features:
   -Support voltage adjust for  P0, P1,P5, P8
   -Support higher clock's voltage adjust
   -Support memory clock adjust for P0, P1, P5, P8
   -Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust [Auto adjust for P0, P1]
   -Support Boost table Frequency adjust
   -Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
   -Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
   -Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
   -Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
   -Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
   -Support P-State Terminator [ability to Disable/Enable desired P-state(P0,P1,P5,P8)]
   -Support for power control modifications
Update GTX770:
   - Add support for new vbios type
Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
   - Add support for WT70-2OK GT60-2OK WORKSTATION 3K IPS EDITION
   - Add support for WT70-2OK
   - Add support for WT70-2OL
   - Add support for WT60-2OK 3K IPS EDITION
   - Add support for WT60-2OJ
   - Add support for WS60 2OJ (3K IPS EDITION)
   - Add support for WS60 2OJ
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e]
Post by: huma2000 on 25-August-14, 14:09:19
Seems that this tolos can help me with my ec mods, I have just donate, can you please pm me the tool?? thanks!!

EDIT Svet:
This tool is not related to the system BIOS mod services, which you donated in your other topic for an custom private BIOS request.
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e]
Post by: anielkumar on 27-August-14, 21:16:21
Hi Svet's,

Again I just wanted Know , Whether this Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e] will Work for New Dell Alienware 17 (BIOS Ver 13) with GTX880m 8 GB DDR5  or NOT ? Because I wanted to unlock My GTX880m Power and Voltage Menu. I have Alienware 17 with screen 120Hz WLED FHD (1920 x 1080) TrueLife 400 Nit Display w/3D.

Thanks In Advance
AK  :shocked:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e]
Post by: Svet on 27-August-14, 21:26:51
Hi Svet's,

Again I just wanted Know , Whether this Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e] will Work for New Dell Alienware 17 (BIOS Ver 13) with GTX880m 8 GB DDR5  or NOT ? Because I wanted to unlock My GTX880m Power and Voltage Menu. I have Alienware 17 with screen 120Hz WLED FHD (1920 x 1080) TrueLife 400 Nit Display w/3D.

Thanks In Advance
AK  :shocked:

Hi Svet's,

Again I just wanted Know , Whether this Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e] will Work for New Dell Alienware 17 (BIOS Ver 13) with GTX880m 8 GB DDR5  or NOT ? Because I wanted to unlock My GTX880m

is it the same vbios which you sent me before?


Quote
Because I wanted to unlock My GTX880m Power and Voltage Menu.

you already should have voltage control available from nvidia inspector
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e]
Post by: anielkumar on 28-August-14, 18:18:13
Hi,

Yes , my GTX880m VBIOS Version is same ie 80.04.E8.00.0C.
yes I am accessing Voltage Offset control through Nvidia Inspector. But Power and Temperature Target is LOCKED. I need to unlocked. Also I need to stable Base Clock offset to Overclock .

Is this possible with ur  VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e] ?

anyway you can find the Orginal GTX880m Vbios at this link :
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-HKx43eTnrwXzN1dmZUNk44aDQ/edit?usp=sharing

Thanks
Anil :idea:

EDIT Svet:

Quote

anyway you can find the Orginal GTX880m Vbios at this link :
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-HKx43eTnrwXzN1dmZUNk44aDQ/edit?usp=sharing
But Power and Temperature Target is LOCKED. I need to unlocked.
Is this possible with ur  VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e] ?

Yes power control unlock is possible

Quote
Also I need to stable Base Clock offset to Overclock .

Don't know about this.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e]
Post by: re7 on 02-September-14, 11:31:27
Version has been updated  [ 2.81z ==> 2.82a ]:

Changes: ....

Hi Svet,

Is it possible to set my own fan curve for GTX780's vbios via your utility? (to set needed settings and reflash modded vbios).
For example: 26% fan duty = 35C temp.point#1 , 65% fan duty = 76C temp.point#2, 85% fan duty = 85C temp.point#3.
So all those settings must be stored in modded vbios and GTX780 has to control fan speed according to level of temperature of GPU(control fan without any other fan control utilities like in Linux etc.)

ps. i am owner of GTX780 reference card. Recently i have sent you my vbios image.

Thanks

re7

EDIT Svet:

Yes, its possible.
Per each trigger point you can configure:
* temp for trigger point
* RPM for trigger point
* RPM Tolerance for trigger point
* FAN % for trigger point

Be noted that minimum and maximum FAN RPM there are still hardware borders,
and for example if you set too low [or high] that hardware can support it it will be capped to what hardware support
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e]
Post by: mardon85 on 04-September-14, 15:22:33
Hello Svet,

I've been happily creating Vbios's and new Fan profiles using your excellent software since purchasing it a month or so back. It seems I've finally tamed the 870m in the Gs60.

One slight problem i've come across is the later firmwares "EC's" dont seem to be accepting my fan profiles. I can change them and save them as usual but the fan speed's aren't taking.

e.g. Firmware 504 first CPU fan increment I had set at 43 and the fan speed reduced accordingly. On the new 506 firmware with the exact same settings the speed stays at the 47 default despite what I have set using your tuner and using the pinhole reset.
I've had to go back to the older firmware so I can keep my laptop a bit quieter.

Any ideas? Other users on notebook review have reported the same issues.  ;-((

EDIT: Svet

Send me all stuffs to take a look, check PM for details
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e]
Post by: Punji on 08-September-14, 13:05:03
Hi Svet,

i have the same problem like mardon85 discribe. I use his tuned EC-Bios but the fan hopping up and down.

I have an older Version from your Tool v.2.36 my Donation ID was : 9jl07066tx130782g  it was from 07.12.2012.  May i get an updated version from you?

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e]
Post by: Svet on 08-September-14, 13:11:14
Hi Svet,

i have the same problem like mardon85 discribe. I use his tuned EC-Bios but the fan hopping up and down.

I have an older Version from your Tool v.2.36 my Donation ID was : 9jl07066tx130782g  it was from 07.12.2012.  May i get an updated version from you?

Hi Svet,

i have the same problem like mardon85 discribe. I use his tuned EC-Bios but the fan hopping up and down.

If that fan is doing flip up/down, the solution would be to apply higher fan % value,
its down to the fan itself how will react to the changes done.

I have an older Version from your Tool v.2.36 my Donation ID was : 9jl07066tx130782g  it was from 07.12.2012.  May i get an updated version from you?

Yep, check PM for addiction queries

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e]
Post by: Punji on 08-September-14, 15:07:18
Thx alot for helping me to get this noisys fan on my GS60 to be quit!!  :agrees:

A donation is underway ID is : 94K42858BV2526453

Punji



EDIT Svet:  :welcome:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e]
Post by: TK4274 on 14-September-14, 13:18:15
Hi Sve0.04.58.00.t,

i tried to use MSI EC-Editor, but it said "Invalid EC".
2
Notebook MSI Dragon Edition
Bios E1762IMS.70N
Nvidia GTX675MX
BIOS 80.04.58.00.0E

2nd.: Is is possible to get an unlocked Bios for my MB?

THX
TK4274

THX
TK4
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.86e]
Post by: Svet on 14-September-14, 13:30:09
Hello,

Quote
i tried to use MSI EC-Editor, but it said "Invalid EC".
2
Notebook MSI Dragon Edition
Bios E1762IMS.70N
Nvidia GTX675MX
BIOS 80.04.58.00.0E

you can't edit the vbios image with EC Editor,
its for EC firmwares only[not vbios],
you have to load EC image for your notebook, to edit it with EC editor

Quote
2nd.: Is is possible to get an unlocked Bios for my MB?

You can open such topic in proper area: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?board=51.0
then can check about this, it has no connect with this topic

BR,
Svet
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.87f]
Post by: Svet on 20-September-14, 17:14:17
Version has been updated  [ 2.86e ==> 2.87f ]:

Changes:
 
 
 * Update GTX770:
   - Add support for new vbios type
 * Update GTX880M:
   - Add support for new vbios type
 * Modify updater to fix AVG's issue
 * Update 460M:
   - Fixed issue, type6 read error in status report
 * Update GTX660Ti:
   - Fixed issue, type3 cannot save image issue
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.87f]
Post by: rechos on 23-September-14, 01:49:41
Hi Svet, how i download your amazing software ?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.87f]
Post by: Pbryanw on 24-September-14, 18:43:51
Hi Svet,

I was wondering if your utility would let me reduce the idle fan speed of my MSI Gaming GTX 770 below 30% (that Afterburner allows), or help me reduce the idle noise of this card?

Thanks, Paul.

EDIT Svet: Range can be adjusted, but you can't go below hardware limitations,
ie: even if you lower the values to make it below 30%, the RPM can remain the same with regardless what we set,
if the turbine can't go below its hardware limitation. I see for TF cards its around approx 1000RPM
[can vary and drop below this with some tolerance, but overall even if we lower everything its typical can't go below this for those cards and cooler type]
So probably this will not have the wanted effect.

Else FAN curve, temp % per trigger point, rpm tolerance per trigger point, RPM value per trigger point,
FAN % per trigger point works fine.
As well works fine boot FAN duty % [Dust clean tech, boot FAN % level at boot mode and when its used outside Windows without drivers]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.87f]
Post by: masterant86 on 25-September-14, 20:08:57
Hi Svet,

Is it possible to change the starting Fan speed for a GTX 780 Lightning? I have two running in SLI and the starting % of Fan2 (the middle one) is 35%. This is quite noisy , MSI VGA Fan Control allows you to change it to 30% and it will stick there if no load is set on the GPU('s)... but it's a manual procedure after every reboot.

Thanks in advance.

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.87f]
Post by: Svet on 25-September-14, 20:48:45
nope, the middle 3rd FAN vbios has no control over it

on this special FAN only MSI FAN tool have control on it
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.87f]
Post by: masterant86 on 25-September-14, 21:18:17
:( .. too bad.. really don't understand MSI on this , even afterburner doesn't control it.. so everyone out there with a Lightning (AMD or NVIDIA) has this issue. Also no other tool can control it, is this thing magical or something? :bonk: :bonk:

Anyways, thank you very much for the for the quick response !!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.87f]
Post by: calman1955 on 27-September-14, 22:28:57
  Hello and Good Day IO paid for by paypal,calman1955 and did not receive e-mail download link , can you help me get vbios please . thanks , Cal L

EDIT Svet:
Can't see it, check PM for query
Looks like you are in some kind of error,
if you are looking for possible vbios update for your card[assume MSI one]
open new own topic in correct forum section

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.87f]
Post by: Jam0r on 01-October-14, 14:39:12
Svet

Used to use your tool for my old laptop.

Are there any plans to support maxwell (970 and 980) yet?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.87f]
Post by: Svet on 01-October-14, 14:40:45
Svet

Used to use your tool for my old laptop.

Are there any plans to support maxwell (970 and 980) yet?

Don't know yet, will see in the future
It needs detailed research to check is it possible or not and if its possible what features eventually they may have
Can't promise anything for now about them
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.87f]
Post by: Jam0r on 01-October-14, 14:45:01
No problems.

Can submit you a bios for future reference if you'd like?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.87f]
Post by: Svet on 01-October-14, 14:47:40
Yes, you can send them to my email
if i gonna add support for them to make sure all possible different types to be supported
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.87f]
Post by: turbobooster on 07-October-14, 10:00:24
svet i have a quastion and i now it is a little bit luck of draw how good your card performs, but what would a comon 780 lightning will do on a overclock.
and there is so much to read but how do you now if you have the good bios, and how do you unlock the power limiter?
would like to see a bit higher overclock on this card then now, 1080 cant even run firestrike without afterfacts


EDIT Svet: I have no info about how this card perform, you can open a new topic in forum Overclocking, Undervolting area about OCing
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.88g]
Post by: Svet on 17-October-14, 14:12:15
Version has been updated  [ 2.87f ==> 2.88g ]:

Changes:
 
Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
   - Add support for GS60 2QE GHOST PRO 3K
   - Add support for GS60 2QE GHOST PRO
   - Add support for GT72 2QD Dominator
   - Add support for GT72 2QE Dominator Pro
   - Add support for GS70 2QE STEALTH PRO
   - Add support for GS70 2QE STEALTH PRO RED EDITION
Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: Svet on 21-October-14, 13:17:15
Version has been updated  [ 2.88g ==> 2.89h ]:

Changes:
 
 * Update GTX860M:
   - Add support for new vbios type
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: grichka59 on 21-October-14, 23:47:13
Hello,

Do you know if it's possible to update your tool for supporting the new GTX 970m ?

This one : http://www.msi.com/support/nb/GS60-2QE-Ghost-Pro.html#down-firmware&Win8.1 64

I succesfully modded my firmware for GS60 2QE, but i think that there is an issue when i try to apply less than 42% on RPM fan of cpu , this one can't go under 2750 rpm, but when i put 00% on rpm , i can have a semi-fanless computer.

Thanks for your work :)



EDIT Svet:
Quote
I succesfully modded my firmware for GS60 2QE, but i think that there is an issue when i try to apply less than 42% on RPM fan of cpu , this one can't go under 2750 rpm, but when i put 00% on rpm , i can have a semi-fanless computer.

Thanks for your work :)

Other tips, you can also change the Temp curve to make the idle temp triggers higher, by that way it would keep the fan less for longer period
And also to increase the Temp Threshold Hysteresis to keep the effect longer

Quote
Do you know if it's possible to update your tool for supporting the new GTX 970m ?

There is no such plans for now, but will see in the future,
if its possible those cards to be modded and if yes, with proper research done for them.
For now there is no plans for them

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: PowerCpp on 29-October-14, 12:29:19
Good good, but WHERE is the download link for Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS Tuner - [ver: 2.66j]
Post by: flobelix on 29-October-14, 18:23:09
Good good, but WHERE is the download link for Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]

There is no download link  :lookandok:

***********************************

Svet's VBIOS Tuner is available on donation:
>>> (https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/btn_donate_LG.gif) (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=D74AMHR33QYY8) <<<
Once donation is done, the Tool will be e-mailed to the co-respond person,
who also will gain donation free further versions{updates} of the Tuner.
[etc. this donation is need only once per person]
[if someone wish to donate further, it can be done directly from Tool's main interface where can be set a custom donation amount]

***********************************
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: artego on 30-October-14, 19:05:25
Hi there,

I have a GS70 laptop with 870M, my problem is that the GPU fan is about almost always active. Even when the laptop is in integrated graphics mode.
Currently I am not gaming, the GPU temprature is 32 degrees celsius, and the GPU fan still makes noise. Will your VBIOS tuner be able to fix this, or will fan speed with this program only alter the fan speed of the CPU? I also tried flashing the latest VBIOS to my laptop but got the message: "ERROR: Unable to setup noflash driver (0x00...02)" while using the latest NVFlash.

WOuld be amazing to finally be able to fix these issues. I currently have to study for an exam and simply can't concentrate with the idle GPU fan noise being the way it is...
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: Svet on 30-October-14, 19:15:57
@artego

hard to say anything with this description, best open a new topic in notebook section for troubleshooting:
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?board=66.0

else with the tool you can modify all fan tables that exist in EC,
but i don't know if that can help to solve your issue, which is unknown to me yet.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: artego on 30-October-14, 20:37:31
@artego

hard to say anything with this description, best open a new topic in notebook section for troubleshooting:
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?board=66.0

else with the tool you can modify all fan tables that exist in EC,
but i don't know if that can help to solve your issue, which is unknown to me yet.
You mean that it is abnormal for the GPU fan to be active all the time? I had assumed that it was normal. That the hardware is not functioning correctly. Or were you referring to to my NVFlash error?
Great to hear the tool is able to do that. Maybe I might also give the USB flashing method a try...

Anyways, I will create a thread there
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: artego on 30-October-14, 21:47:14
Alright, donated. Hopefully this will make a difference :)

EDIT Svet: has been sent to you

Seems like I cannot alter the FAN speeds, what process would I undergo to do so?
http://i.snag.gy/4xoSw.jpg
Didn't you just say that "else with the tool you can modify all fan tables that exist in EC".
or was that not relevant for this laptop? :S

EDIT Svet: You can, but you've tried to use the wrong mode,
use MSI EC-FW Editor to modify the EC firmware,[fan curve, temp curve and so on..]
not the FAN Tune which is for desktop cards only and for vbios images only
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: Shingy on 04-November-14, 04:56:52
I recently donated and I am trying to install the application now. However when trying to install it I get an error when it nearly completes. What could be causing the error shown in the screenshot below? Is it serious?
http://i.imgur.com/GcYbwve.jpg
Thanks.


EDIT Svet: Some resident application which you have running probably block it false detection. Turn it off, then try again
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: jegarfor on 06-November-14, 19:09:53
:censored:  happens :((((

My MSI Gt70-0nc doesn't boot after vbios flashing

nvflash -b backup.rom  to backup bios
nvflash -6 780Moc.rom from techinferno kepler unlocked bios for clevo/msi... 780M

All went correct with no problems but in the boot it keeps in the first splash screen (press F11 to boot menu, del to enter bios etc).

I don't know why I don't have acces to the usb boot to flash old bios.

need fast help, thanks in advance.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: Svet on 06-November-14, 19:15:17
@jegarfor

Don't hijack this topic with own non related to the tool issues.

Open new topic in notebook section for troubleshooting:
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?board=66.0
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: jegarfor on 06-November-14, 20:24:22
sorry svet, it is true. I wanted to contact you and I didn't think about posting here for it. I opened the post outside this one. thanks in advance.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: fryc88 on 10-November-14, 13:30:16
Hi,
Does your tool works 100% with GTX 570m from GT683DX? I have problem, when i have Afterburner server on PC, client on my Mobile, and playing Wolfenstein New Order i had FPS drops. When FPS drops my GPU is downclocked somehow. It is not Windows related problem, i have all maxed there, it is definitly GPU / BIOS problem. I've edited it already with some freeware tools, but GPU is still downclocking sometimes, but to other values than are saved in bios. Im not pro gamer nor pro OC, just want it working fine, so could you reply my that before i make donation?

EDIT Svet: Best open new topic in notebook section for troubleshooting.
If the GPU throttles i don't think the tool can help you
Probably your GPU or CPU is overheating and cause such throttling or your notebook has some other kind of issue.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: zolom on 11-November-14, 11:12:57
Hello,

I have a Gigabyte P35W V2 with a GTX 870M 6GB video card. Is the tool compatible with this laptop ? If you don't know, can I send you my vbios so that you can check compatibility ?

Thx for your answer.

EDIT Svet: In general should be supported, a vbios type is also possible, you can send it to me for confirmation, and will be back to you after it, check PM for details. If by chance turns out that's a new vbios type will add support with next update
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: sbruning on 22-November-14, 03:53:26
Hello, Svet I have a little request.

Would it be possible that you can add a button in the Laptop bios for disabling hyper threading in an I7 Laptop ?

I have the Msi GS60 Ghost  with the latest Bios : 10E 
Would it be possible ? and what would it cost ?

Ps. I bought your Svet tool today :). Hope you received my donation and send me the link to the payed e-mail adress

EDIT Svet:

Quote
Ps. I bought your Svet tool today :). Hope you received my donation and send me the link to the payed e-mail adress

Yes, it has been done near instantly


Quote
Hello, Svet I have a little request.
Would it be possible that you can add a button in the Laptop bios for disabling hyper threading in an I7 Laptop ?

I have the Msi GS60 Ghost  with the latest Bios : 10E 
Would it be possible ? and what would it cost ?

Will check about this and send you a further PM with possible options
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: rostam2300 on 23-November-14, 12:37:23
Hey man a silly question !! will your software support other laptop manufacturers with same nvidia cards?
i have asus n56jr with nvidia 760m which i really want to get most out of,
just in case here is my vbios attached, Thanks in advance.

EDIT Svet: Checked it, and its new vbios type, will add support for it with next update.
Currently its not supported
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: rostam2300 on 25-November-14, 13:52:04

Hey man a silly question !! will your software support other laptop manufacturers with same nvidia cards?
i have asus n56jr with nvidia 760m which i really want to get most out of,
just in case here is my vbios attached, Thanks in advance.

EDIT Svet: Checked it, and its new vbios type, will add support for it with next update.
Currently its not supported

Thanks man im looking forward to it, you are awsome.
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: diegocadiz on 25-November-14, 18:40:35
Hi, i´m willing to donate if it works on my card. It's a Quadro K3000M (GK104, HP Bios).


EDIT Svet: This model is not supported, but will try to add if possible with next update
And will note you if its done
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: mustardgs on 01-December-14, 05:59:50
hi svet,
I have trouble updating the tuner from 2.62g to the latest version.

An error occoured as following:
"Cannot detect an active internet connection...
Make sure your computer is connected to the internet then try again.
Operation aborted..."

but I am sure my network is fine.
How can I fix it  :cry:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.89h]
Post by: Svet on 01-December-14, 06:20:33
@mustardgs

Update servers went offline, which caused this issue
they will be changed and replaced with next update
i've sent you latest version manually instead

Title: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: Svet on 03-December-14, 19:57:27
Version has been updated  [ 2.89h ==> 2.90i ]:

Changes:
 
* Update MSI EC-FW Editor:
   - Add support for GE60 Barabone [MS-16GC based]
* Update GTX760M:  - Add support for new vbios type
* Update GTX680:    - Add support for new vbios type
* Add support for K3000M, supported features:
    -Support voltage adjust for P0,P5, P8
    -Support memory clock adjust for P0, P5, P8
    -Support Maximum Boost Frequency adjust
    -Support Boost table Frequency adjust
    -Support Essential Domain 1 Frequency adjust
    -Support Essential Domain 2 Frequency adjust
    -Support Essential Domain 3 Frequency adjust
    -Support Software GPU core OC Limit removal
    -Support GPU Boost logic Enable/Disable
    -Support P-State Terminator [ability to Disable/Enable desired P-state(P0,P5,P8)]
* Modify updater: Replace update servers with new one  [existing owners need to email me to update to this version 2.90i]


Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: omnious on 05-December-14, 00:50:27
I have some questions about the EC firmware editor.

When I load the latest official EC firmware (1.506) for GS70 2PE with gtx870m I see several rows a-r with 3 duplicates for cpu and vga but with different rpm values.

How do i know which rows to edit and what's the difference between say row a-b with cpu and row e-f also wth cpu?


Also some of the vga ones also have a fan/rpm value of 120% by default.

What are the implications of this? Is the tool reporting wrong or can the fans go beyond 100% speed?





EDIT Svet:

Quote
When I load the latest official EC firmware (1.506) for GS70 2PE with gtx870m I see several rows a-r with 3 duplicates for cpu and vga but with different rpm values.

How do i know which rows to edit and what's the difference between say row a-b with cpu and row e-f also wth cpu?

They multiple rows purpose its not very well known, but there different possible scenarios:
 * same EC is shared between different models, who pickup the different and corespond fan table from ec
 * they may have different fan profiles depend if its running on AC or battery only, therefor a-b & e-f difference
 * different OS may use a different fan profiles depend of OS used, ie: Win8 = one fan scheme, and for any rest known OSs legacy different one
 * the extended tables purpose is unknown, but probably related to VRM of the units


Quote
How do i know which rows to edit

you can edit the 1st one, then to copy their values over all others who are the same type
CPU over CPU , VGA over VGA


Quote
Also some of the vga ones also have a fan/rpm value of 120% by default.
What are the implications of this?

Not sure either, in any all other units, they are always up to 100
Don't know why this one has such high value of 120

Quote
Is the tool reporting wrong or can the fans go beyond 100% speed?

It's real value, not tool issue
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: Flava0ne on 05-December-14, 12:45:29
Hey Svet, I currently have v2.89h but I'm not able to download v2.90i through the update in the program. Would you be able to send me the link to it via PM?

Thanks

EDIT Svet: Yep, check PM for query
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: gpvecchi on 07-December-14, 16:13:10
Same problem for me, I get the "unable to detect internet connection" error...

EDIT Svet: Check PM for query
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: levinson.victor on 09-December-14, 21:50:20
how do i get this program?

EDIT Svet: It's available on donation, see 1st post for details
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: levinson.victor on 09-December-14, 22:23:56
will it work with my MSI 880m 4gb card installed in Alienware? i would like to downclock it, is that possible?

EDIT Svet: Yes, should be able to do this
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: GoforceReloaded on 10-December-14, 03:07:14
Hi svet,

I have the same problem for the update, I have reinstalled my windows and i have only the 2.66J version, can you re-send me the download links for the latest version ?

(http://img4.hostingpics.net/pics/127288Capture.jpg)

Thanks.

EDIT Svet: Yep, latest version has been resent
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: Keith1341 on 12-December-14, 04:06:23
Hi Svet,

I seem to be having the same issue as some others are where the software will not update and it says I need to check my internet connection.

Is there something that I actually need to change on my end, or is something else going on? The version I am currently running is 2.8.9h.

EDIT Svet: Nope, no need to change anything at your end. The update servers went down without notice, this cause the update failure. They has been replaced and updated in the latest version
I've just sent you the latest version
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: falkentyne on 14-December-14, 04:16:19
Hi, Svet,
I have the same problem.
I can't update to the newest version anymore.

I am currently using 2.89h to mod MSI xiotic PC whitebook
I don't have your email (can't find it in my inbox anymore, but that was over two years ago)
How can I get the newest version?

Thank you
-Ike

EDIT Svet: Will check and send you updated version
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: kipusoep on 17-December-14, 11:49:40
Hi!

I just donated and downloaded Svet's EC Tuner, because my MSI GP60 2PE GHOST PRO is turning the fan on and off every 10 seconds.
Only problem is; I'm not really sure what the best way is to find out what values I should use for the fan table.

Anyone able to help me out with that?
I've made a sceenshot of the current values:


Thanks in advance for the help!

EDIT Svet: Here are some examples for CPU table:
to keep the noise low at idle temps
org:
00 47 60 70 80 90 95 03
48 55 62 69 76 84 91

v1:
00 52 62 70 80 90 95 05
00 44 52 59 76 84 91

v2:
00 55 65 72 80 90 95 06
00 46 55 62 76 84 91

v3:
00 47 60 70 80 90 95 04
48 48 52 64 76 84 91

Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: omnious on 21-December-14, 13:13:34
Hi!

I just donated and downloaded Svet's EC Tuner, because my MSI GP60 2PE GHOST PRO is turning the fan on and off every 10 seconds.
Only problem is; I'm not really sure what the best way is to find out what values I should use for the fan table.


Basically if your first rpm value is 00 (fan off) and second is say 55% at 47°C it will turn on and off all the time as cpu temps fluctuate over and under 47°C.
So either increase temp threshold so fans activate at a higher temps for silent operation until needed or lower °C value to keep fans on all the time but at lower rpm so they make less sound.

I edited my own GS70 2PE to only activate fans at 70°C and this works very well. As it now never activates fans when idle and seldom while watching movies (depends on processing need for decoding HD quality tho).
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: kipusoep on 21-December-14, 16:28:16
Basically if your first rpm value is 00 (fan off) and second is say 55% at 47°C it will turn on and off all the time as cpu temps fluctuate over and under 47°C.
So either increase temp threshold so fans activate at a higher temps for silent operation until needed or lower °C value to keep fans on all the time but at lower rpm so they make less sound.

I edited my own GS70 2PE to only activate fans at 70°C and this works very well. As it now never activates fans when idle and seldom while watching movies (depends on processing need for decoding HD quality tho).
Thanks for the info, this helped!
Together with Svet's comment on my post and the info you give I've chosen the 'v2' set-up as mentioned by Svet.  :pompom:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: Inches on 21-December-14, 21:33:27
@Svet,

Can you send me the latest version??  I've been trying to update and I see that you're having server issues.

Thanks

Oh.. and do you have any idea when the 970m will be supported in the tool?
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: Svet on 21-December-14, 21:36:25
Quote
@Svet,

Can you send me the latest version??  I've been trying to update and I see that you're having server issues.

Yes, checked and its now done

Quote
Oh.. and do you have any idea when the 970m will be supported in the tool?

Don't know if 9xx cards will supported
Will see about them
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: Tutiten on 24-December-14, 16:12:31
@Svet,

Can you send me the latest version??  I've been trying to update and I see that you're having server issues.

Cheers :biggthumbsup:

EDIT Svet: Yep, check PM for query
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: makarovsviktor on 24-December-14, 21:42:20
Hi Svet,

Any word on the 970m MSI GS60 custom fan profile? Just bought the laptop and really would like to turn down the fans. Will be more than happy to donate to get these fans under control. You're the man!
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: 5n34k on 25-December-14, 14:28:52
@Svet,

Can you send me the latest version??  I've been trying to update and I see that you're having server issues.

Cheers :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC Tuner - [ver: 2.90i]
Post by: Svet on 25-December-14, 14:54:49
Hi Svet,

Any word on the 970m MSI GS60 custom fan profile? Just bought the laptop and really would like to turn down the fans. Will be more than happy to donate to get these fans under control. You're the man!

With the tool you can edit all available fan tables in EC,
this include fan tables for discrete card.

From there we can fully customize any of the settings witho