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Sapphire HD5770 Vapor X BIOS

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  1. SonDa5

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    Has anyone flashed this bios with their HD5770?
     
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    Wouldn't make much difference since they are overclock by only 10 mhz core/ram over the other regular 5770 the big difference is the HSF.. wich works pretty good
     
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    sear´ch the forum - there are 2 long threads about this with all the info you need to unlock all shaders

    regards
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    Or goto http://www.sapphiretech.com , click on Download, select your card model, there is a detail presentation slide instructions, files to download and BIOS to fix the issue..

    They messed up but kept quiet about it... bad bad..
     
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    Thanks but that is not what I asked.


    I wanted to know if anybody has tried the Sapphire VaporX HD5770 BIOS on other HD5770s.
    The latest Sapphire VaporX BIOS that works.
     
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    Looks like they fixed the problem. If they were quiet about it they wouldn't have offered a fix for their mistake.
     
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    yeah I flashed my XFX to unlock the overclocking which was limited. With MSI after burner even if I did the unofficial overclocking it wouldn't allow to pass 960mhz core. After flashing with ASUS bios it allowed me to go pretty far. Right now I'm sitting at 1020mhz:nutkick:
     
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    Did you flash it with the VaporX BIOS before doing the ASUS? If so how did the HD5770 VaporX BIOS work for you?
     
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    I flashed my xfx with asus works good so far.
     
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    What does that have to do with the Sapphire VaporX BIOS?
     
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    Hinting its better to flash with it :cool: nvm..
     
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    I have been running the Asus BIOS for awhile now. It works well.
    My question is regarding the Sapphire VaporX BIOS.
     

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