Version 3.5B of the Nvidia BIOS Editor (NiBiTor) is available

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NVIDIA BIOS Editor (NiBiTor) v3.5b has been unleased

This is a Utility which brings a whole new level of control to Nvidia Overclockers.

By allowing tinkering with the BIOS this empowers the majority of Nv users to tweak potenitally hardware destroying settings on their cards -- so please proceed with causion, but also a healthy lust for the next performance level :)


Main features

* Detailed BIOS information output
o Device ID
o BIOS Version
o BIOS Date
o Vendor
o Core/Memory Clock display
+ 2D Core/Memory Clock
+ 3D Core/Memory Clock
+ Throttling Core/Memory Clock
o Core Voltage display
+ 2D Voltage
+ 3D Voltage
+ Throttling Voltage
o Memory Timings display
o Product Identification
* Ability to modify the several BIOS Parameters
o Core Clock defined within the BIOS
o Memory Clock defined within the BIOS
o Core Voltage defined within the BIOS
o Memory Timings defined within the BIOS
o Temperature Settings defined within the BIOS
o Fan Speed Settings defined within the BIOS
* Specific Boot Settings
o Graphics Card OEM and Advanced Signon Message
o Monitor Specific Parameters
o Graphics Card Initiation Settings
o TV Mode Selection (NTSC/PAL)
* Ability to check BIOS Integrity
o BIOS Checksum Checking
o BIOS Structure Checking

Changes in this Version

* Added support for PCI Express 1.x Compatibility
o GeForce 8800 GT (Gen1) PCI-E Mode





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Most Recent Comments

19-11-2007, 08:07:36

Mandible
I am buying a new rig soon, with an AMD 64 5000+ Black Edition, and am planning to push it up over 3ghz, obviously with help from a more experienced friend.

However, i am wanting to use DDR2 667, and the review of ocing the CPU quotes a max DD2 800 level when getting it up and above 3.3ghz. Can an AMD synchronise its HTT speed with its RAM frequency? im guessing no, as the 64+'s run at 200mhz default, so the RAM would be doing DD2-400 i think...

Anywho, what HTT:DRAM ratio can be achieved on the CPU i want to use? Is it possible to run DD2 667 (stock freq) at DD2 750-800, or should i use my £18 budget overhead to step up to some better ram? Ideas please!

19-11-2007, 08:16:19

Mandible
Quick little side-note here, i am using this

motherboard, will it be ok, or, should i change?

19-11-2007, 08:19:41

Ham
1st off, moved to the right section.

As for the ram, DDR is a big con imo. DDR2 running at '800mhz' is actually running at 400mhz. But the bus is still only 200mhz. So to run a true 1:1 @ stock you'd need to be running PC-6400 (DDR2-800) ram. It all to do with them cramming in extra packets rather than raising the bus speeds.

A nice set of PC5300 (ie balistix) will usually let you overclock your ram to 800 and beyond.

19-11-2007, 11:21:51

Mandible
ok, i knew that ddr2 means you double up the freq, but surely if HTT is 200mhz, the ram is running at 400, not 800, or is it because it is a dual core CPU, so the HTT doubles. OK, so good 5400 RAM can run at 800mhz? will it want to be a 4-4-4-12 timing? and is there any corsair ram from scan or dabs that fits these criteria at below 48 quid?

19-11-2007, 12:08:29

Ham

19-11-2007, 15:46:55

Mandible
found some corsair 6400, the xms2 stuff.
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