Mr. Fox's GeForce 345.20 Desktop Driver Mod for Alienware and Clevo Mobile GPUs

Discussion in 'Alienware' started by Mr. Fox, Feb 25, 2015.

  1. EMZimm

    EMZimm Newbie

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    Shes running cool as a cucumber. Thanks fox I also updated the driver to 368.25 that's the best one so far right?
     
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  2. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox Undefiled BGA-Hating Elitist

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    Glad to hear she is nice and cool now. That's awesome.

    As I no longer own any Alienware systems and nothing with Kepler GPUs I do not know which is the best driver now. But, if it is working well for you it's a good one.
     
  3. GodlikeRU

    GodlikeRU Notebook Deity

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    Yes 368.25 is a good choice. Best drivers since old desktop mod.
     
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    cristian jhon Newbie

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    Hello Mr.Fox

    i got an MSI gt780mx. the old gtx570m is dead, so I searched for a new one, and I found an gtx675m at good price from an dell, now after i install video driver and the charger is plugged in , i get random restarts, whitout bsods, on battery works fine.

    Please help me, i do no know what to do...
     
  5. James D

    James D Notebook Prophet

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    1. I would probably flash a Clevo vBIOS of gtx 675m but no warranty.
    2. Probably would use modded vBIOS with lower clocks/voltage to lower power hunger of GPU (I had it shutdown or restart on 570M with voltmod and overclock).
    3. As a safer workaroung would use MSI afterburner or Nvidia Inspector to lower clocks.
    4. Surely wouldn't ask this kind of question in this topic because it's out of the topic and it's long time no seen anyone since October, but you are lucky, I guess.
     
  6. cristian jhon

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    I flashed MSI Vbios of gtx 675m , did not work.

    Now i try nvidia Vbios .

    It could be the ac charger? , becouse it only has 150w power, gtx 570m has only 70w tdp and gtx675m has 100w TDP, i need a better power supply, I think ...

    could I flash gtx570m vbios ?
     
  7. James D

    James D Notebook Prophet

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    675M is a 580m rebrand. I gave you several choices, one should work for sure. And I won't post anything else here about this problem.
     
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  8. cristian jhon

    cristian jhon Newbie

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    Help me whit a modified downclock.

    becouse i cannot edit it, I will pay verry good if you can help me to resolve this situation.
    contact me cristian.jhon1995@gmail.com

    Spasiba!
    http://www116.zippyshare.com/v/8W5YdYe6/file.html
     
  9. James D

    James D Notebook Prophet

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    Just use software method I mentioned. Nvidia inspector or MSI Afterburner, you can check it to downclock every boot and can tinker with different numbers (-50/100 processor/shader for beginning).
     
  10. cristian jhon

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    Nothing worked to me .... clearly need a vbios whit gtx570 mod
     
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