watch all his parts from 1-3 and then the fermi editing video. I also forgot to mention if you are running sli i will recommend flashing them seperately.
the last video shows how to use the fermi bios editor. Ok to start of im going to provide you guys with a link with all the files that you are going to need.
After you have downloaded the files make a bootable usb stick as shown in the video. Then when that is done copy nvflash onto the drive. After that is done extract you bios using Gpu-Z that i have provided in the download link. Save it onto your desktop and open it with the Fermi bios editor from their you can edit the voltage settings and fan speed I have mine set at .987mv and the fan speed is set at 40 percent minimum and 100 percent as the max. You can also set your overclock settings but i wouldnt recommend it. When your done setting your voltage settings and changing your fan speed save it onto your desktop. This time it is going to save it as a .rom file. You need a .rom file to be able to flash the card using nvflash. Once you save the file copy it into the bootable usb stick. And then restart your computer. Make sure to select your bootable usb stick in the bios to boot from it. Once your in dos with your bootable usb stick type this in nvflash (your bios file name).rom and then hit enter and then (y). After its done flashing the new bios its going to say bios verification succesful. Then press CTRL ALT DEL to restart your computer do not turn it off as this can corrupt the bios. Go into windows and check if you can raise your fan speed and if your overclock settings are showing up on GPU-Z. I have my cards running at stock clocks and modified voltages and fan speed. My cards never hit over 90C they use to go over 99c when they were in sli now the top card runs at 88c full load and the bottom card runs at 78c full load. Tested using furmark. Hope this guide helps anyone having the same overheating issue as i was having.
Quick note: I am also using msi afterburner for a custom fan profile. I have it set to use user defined fan control. That way my fan increases its rpms faster than what the card is designed to do. So i will recommend installing afterburner and using the custom fan profile just go to the options menu in afterburner and go to the fan profile tab and just check the enable user defined fan control option and you are good to go.
This post has been edited by iSLAY3R: 27 July 2011 - 03:36 PM