1. You cannot flash vBIOS on the fly like with Maxwell and earlier, you will need a hardware programmer. I find this to be extremely annoying. 2. You can make TGP whatever you like but if you don't have the supporting hardware you WILL fry components. It was never Gecube's fault. AFAIK we don't have an original copy of a Gecube 1070 firmware, they were all sold pre-flashed from different vendors with Clevo or MSI 1070 vBIOS, both of which were higher TGP rated and were burned out cards before adjustment to a lower rating. Both the MSI and Clevo 1070s have similar electric design, different physical layouts. Not the case with the Gecube 1070, a very different electrical setup. No way was the Gecube "Eurocom" 1070 lowered down to 90W for the M15x (which doesn't even support pascal), it was lowered to 90W-115W to stop burning out cards and stop the flood of RMAs from people trying to run them at 125W-150W+. The closest thing we can get to a "Gecube" 1070 vBIOS is probably the Zotac 1070MXM vBIOS since that card is also made by Gecube and is identical in design, and that was a 90W TGP rating.