Sorry for being a total scrub but how do you actually do the entire operation?I downloaded the A9 tools and the new A10 ROM files and i am now staring at a folder called"amiflash" and a bunch of A10 ROM foles (ranging from 083-100). Inside the "amiflash" folder there is a "amibios" and an "aptio" one. What do i actually have to do? Do i have to pick my preferred A10 ROM file and move it into one of these folders or something? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
I see ur new to BIOS flashing.
If u want to cool down ur gpu then just choose the 0.83v or 0.85v BIOS file. If u want to overclock ur gpu u can use a higher voltage one which will make ur gpu more stable.
To check which BIOS you have, restart ur computer and hold f2. Then a blue screen will apear. Somewhere there it should say which BIOS u have. (I personally have ami aptio BIOS)
Also u need to run one of the tools and select the bios file u want to flash (afudos is the safest, but its not that simple to use...). I recommend you to read this before flashing. Good Luck!
EDIT: Make sure you have read all the instructions in the first post!
Last edited by danielhatzor; 4th July 2012 at 08:26 AM.
Would anyone be interested in a completely 0.83v based GPU mod and also underclocked? I thought this might be interesting for the non-gamers among us.
I am also going to try underclocking the 2D clocks.
Don't get the 300 series drivers.
I suggest you stick with the 29x series. Power management is seriously broken in 30x series.
Latest beta is still broken.
I am also programming a tool that is able to hack the Nvidia driver and configure some hidden settings. I noticed with Optimus, the discrete card is never actually turned off... But simply idling in 2D clocks.
Last edited by djjonastybe; 5th July 2012 at 04:42 AM.