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Flashing a 7900GTX to a 7950GTX bios


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Hey, I know it's possible to flash a 7900GS to a 7900GTX (as i have done it..) but is it possible to flash a 7900GTX to a 7950GTX bios? My 7900GTX arrives in a few days, and I know the only real difference between the 2 cards is 75mhz core and 100 mhz memory. I know this can easily be done just by overclocking to these levels, BUT has anyone tried to flash the bios of a 7950gtx to the card?

I'm tempted to try this out, and see what it does. I have had to previously blind flash my 7900GS as I put a revision 0 7900GTX bios on the revision 1 card (at the time, I did not realise there were 2 revisions of the 7900GTX like the 7900GS).

Thanks for your help

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I guess that no one has done it then! In which case I will experiment and let you know what happens! Probably result in a blind flash back, but at least then I know...

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Permenant overclocking, hardware related, not software done through riva. Just good if you want to have less software on you laptop really. Also, flashing your card to another BIOS raises the clock speeds, plus the card is then recognised as another card.

Really, there is the software v hardware overclocking... software is probably safer, whereas hardware is more adventurous...

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Permenant overclocking, hardware related, not software done through riva. Just good if you want to have less software on you laptop really. Also, flashing your card to another BIOS raises the clock speeds, plus the card is then recognised as another card.

Really, there is the software v hardware overclocking... software is probably safer, whereas hardware is more adventurous...

Download nibitor. Save your 7900gtx flash. Edit and change yout speeds to 575 on core and 700 for memory, but before you need to test these settings by overclocking your 7900 card to make sure it will run stable all the time

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