Svet's Fermi/Kepler VBIOS/EC-FW Tuner - [ver: 3.25t]

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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
 

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fameizfortune said:
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.
 

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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 !  ;)
 

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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.
 

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James5 said:
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 :emot-tip-wink:

adridu59 said:
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 :)
 

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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:
 

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James5 said:
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:
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vipspike said:
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

 

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vipspike said:
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.


 

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Svet said:
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?
 

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fameizfortune said:
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!
 

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vipspike said:
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
 

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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?
 

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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.
 

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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?
 

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Meaker said:
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?
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]


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.


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]
 
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