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MrSolecism
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Is it possible?



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No. It's not possible - only on Titan and 700 series cards, except maybe the lower 700 series ones.


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No.



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No. It's not possible - only on Titan and 700 series cards, except maybe the lower 700 series ones.

all cards in the 700 series will have this as standard, it is now the standard for future generations, but know Nvidia it will be updated (Yet again) before the next generation cards


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Nope, you'd have to do the overclocking manually. 


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Ok, thanks for the answers!



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If he flashed the 680 to a 770's BIOS would it run gpu boost 2.0?


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If he flashed the 680 to a 770's BIOS would it run gpu boost 2.0?

Maybe. GPU Boost 2.0 may be hardware based, which would make it impossible.


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If he flashed the 680 to a 770's BIOS would it run gpu boost 2.0?

 

GPU Boost 2.0 control in BIOS to regulating hardware not found on 600-series cards.

 

flash the 680 BIOS with 770 BIOS and you get some differences, prolly some overclocking

nightmares the 600-series wasn't made to do and prolly toast a circuit or two.

 

there was a hoax spread with an ini file and BIOS from a 770 that was miss-leading others

with false clocks and card identity.

 

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I thought flashing would work but im not sure.


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Like I said, it depends on how GPU Boost 2.0 is implemented. It likely requires more hardware to have that level of control over the GPU.


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