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Welp ive flashed my zotac with the same clocks and boost as the gigabyte windforce oc and even gave it 15 percent more max fan speed.

Ive had my zotac and gigabyte GTX 770's for a while and it always annoys me that I can never sync the core clocks as the gigabyte has higher boost. So I was wondering is there any good bios mod utilities and if so how can I flash the card(s) after I modify a bios file :huh: ???

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Anyways, modding the BIOS will void your warranty.

 

Here you are: http://www.overclock.net/t/1396319/official-gtx-770-owners-club

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Anyways, modding the BIOS will void your warranty.

Indeed it is

SHHHH don't tell anyone, i'll just reflash with origional bios, if the card randomly dies that would be crazy no way that will happen though

I doubt theres much I can break not like im overvolting to 1.7V

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| CPU - i5-4670K @ 4.8ghz | CPU Cooler - Antec Kühler H2O 620 | GPU(S) - BIOS MODDED Twin GTX 770 4gb (Gigabyte)-master (Zotac)-slave @ 1337/2000 (8000 Effective) | Mobo - MSI Z87 GD65 Gaming | PSU - Corsair TX850M | Ram - 8gb Gskill RipjawsX @ 1866Mhz | Monitor - Samsung 27" 550 1080p 75Hz | Keyboard - Razer Black-Widow Ultimate 2013 | Storage - 2x 1TB WD-Blacks' | Mouse - AzzA Mouse Would Say "SQUEEKSQUEEK"|

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Anyways, modding the BIOS will void your warranty.

 

Here you are: http://www.overclock.net/t/1396319/official-gtx-770-owners-club

They won't notice it; just put the original bios back and rma.

@OP They have a resistor that just doesnt allow you to exceed 1.21V. I'm not sure why you would unlock the bios..

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They won't notice it; just put the original bios back and rma.

@OP They have a resistor that just doesnt allow you to exceed 1.21V. I'm not sure why you would unlock the bios..

I dont want overvoltage i just want to sync the core clock to my gigabyte and boost ratio.

also I can do 1.23 on my gigabyte.

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| CPU - i5-4670K @ 4.8ghz | CPU Cooler - Antec Kühler H2O 620 | GPU(S) - BIOS MODDED Twin GTX 770 4gb (Gigabyte)-master (Zotac)-slave @ 1337/2000 (8000 Effective) | Mobo - MSI Z87 GD65 Gaming | PSU - Corsair TX850M | Ram - 8gb Gskill RipjawsX @ 1866Mhz | Monitor - Samsung 27" 550 1080p 75Hz | Keyboard - Razer Black-Widow Ultimate 2013 | Storage - 2x 1TB WD-Blacks' | Mouse - AzzA Mouse Would Say "SQUEEKSQUEEK"|

SECONDARY RADEON PC

| CPU - A10-6800K @ 4.6ghz | CPU Cooler - CM Hyper EVO 212 | GPU(S) Twin Radeon 270x 2gb @ 1115/1500 (6000 Effective) | Mobo - MSI FM2-A85XA-G65 | PSU - Logisys 750W | Ram - 8gb @ 1600mhz | Moniter - Acer 24'' 1080p 60Hz
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Welp ive flashed my zotac with the same clocks and boost as the gigabyte windforce oc and even gave it 15 percent more max fan speed.

PRIMARY NVIDIA PC

("I'm a Fanboy of Everything")
| CPU - i5-4670K @ 4.8ghz | CPU Cooler - Antec Kühler H2O 620 | GPU(S) - BIOS MODDED Twin GTX 770 4gb (Gigabyte)-master (Zotac)-slave @ 1337/2000 (8000 Effective) | Mobo - MSI Z87 GD65 Gaming | PSU - Corsair TX850M | Ram - 8gb Gskill RipjawsX @ 1866Mhz | Monitor - Samsung 27" 550 1080p 75Hz | Keyboard - Razer Black-Widow Ultimate 2013 | Storage - 2x 1TB WD-Blacks' | Mouse - AzzA Mouse Would Say "SQUEEKSQUEEK"|

SECONDARY RADEON PC

| CPU - A10-6800K @ 4.6ghz | CPU Cooler - CM Hyper EVO 212 | GPU(S) Twin Radeon 270x 2gb @ 1115/1500 (6000 Effective) | Mobo - MSI FM2-A85XA-G65 | PSU - Logisys 750W | Ram - 8gb @ 1600mhz | Moniter - Acer 24'' 1080p 60Hz
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