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ATi WinFlash 2.0.1.2 did my card HD4870 flashed correctly?

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    Today I tried to modify my original bios using RBE1.17 with some tweaks like better fan profiles and slightly OC'ed clocks, it was my first time to use ATi WinFlash so I read the instruction and followed them....

    I closed all opened programs and all tasks, I opened ATi WinFlash, then browse to my mod bios, then Program, the program started to erase my old bios and programing my new bios and then I found my PC looks like it froze as I can't move the mouse or do anything so I waited like 3 minutes and suddenly a Pop Up message appeared "you vBios has been successfully flashed, Please restart...:

    The PC booted fine, tried 3dmarks, some games and no problem so did the flash worked correctly and it is normal to freeze the PC till it finish the flashing procedures ?
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    Just open gpuz and check if the clock have changed or save your card bios with gpuz and see if the changes are there...but it sounds like it did.
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    Yes, I check with GPU-Z and I saved the new bios to check it with RBE and it contains the fix I already did.
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    There you go...you have your answer.;)
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