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

Meaker

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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.
 

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Meaker said:
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?
 

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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).
 

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Meaker said:
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.
 

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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.
 

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Meaker said:
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 ;)
 

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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.
 

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Hi,

I have a few questions about this nice tool:

1. Can I Use this tool f?r 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.
 

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pitha1337 said:
Hi,

I have a few questions about this nice tool:

1. Can I Use this tool f?r 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
 

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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?
 

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pitha1337 said:
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


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
 

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To get it right...

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

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pitha1337 said:
To get it right...

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

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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
 

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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?
 

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pitha1337 said:
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:

inertia8 said:
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


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

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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.
 

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Hi InfiniteRecall,


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.


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.


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


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.
 

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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

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

Best Wishes
 
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