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[GPU-Z Test Build] Kepler BIOS saving

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This build adds support for BIOS saving on GTX 680, GTX 670, GTX 660 Ti, GT 640 and similar Kepler cards.

You can upload submit BIOSes to the VGA BIOS collection, too.

Please test extensively. Report back here.
 

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Submit to database causes nvflash.exe to either hang at high CPU usage or the following pic. Terminating nvflash.exe results in GPU-Z saying BIOS reading is unsupported on this device. Save to file results in the following pic.



My computer isn't fully functional at the moment though. Motherboard needs an RMA. I can't even get nvflash to work on its own.
 
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if nvflash doesnt work on its own then gpuz will have the same problem.

what would you say is a reasonable timeout ? 30 seconds?
I got nvflash to work on its own after a few tries. GPU-Z still fails. Either 20 or 30 seconds. If it doesn't work by 20 it's not likely to work at 30.

Here's the log nvflash creates when run from GPU-Z if it helps.
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*** NVFLASH LOG FILE ***
Version 5.118


Command: list
FindDevices:
Device:00:00:00=8086:0100:1043:844D
Device:00:01:00=8086:0101:1043:844D
Device:00:1A:00=8086:1C2D:1043:844D
Device:00:1C:00=8086:1C10:1043:844D
Device:00:1C:01=8086:1C12:1043:844D
Device:00:1C:02=8086:1C14:1043:844D
Device:00:1C:06=8086:1C1C:1043:844D
Device:00:1C:07=8086:1C1E:1043:844D
Device:00:1D:00=8086:1C26:1043:844D
Device:00:1F:00=8086:1C46:1043:844D
Device:00:1F:02=8086:2822:1043:844D
Device:01:00:00=10DE:05B1:10DE:C55E BRIDGE GPU
Device:02:00:00=10DE:05B1:FFFF:FFFF BRIDGE
Device:02:02:00=10DE:05B1:FFFF:FFFF BRIDGE
Device:03:00:00=10DE:1180:3842:2680 GPU
Device:03:00:01=10DE:0E0A:3842:2680
Device:06:00:00=1102:000B:1102:0041
Device:07:00:00=1131:7164:1043:48D7
Device:08:00:00=8086:10D3:1043:8369
Device:09:00:00=1B4B:9130:1043:8438
ScanForChildren(BR04),PCI:01:00:0,PRI:01,SEC:02,SUB:04
DSG,PCI:03:00:0
FindMCCRegOffsetAddr(BR04),REV:A3,AT:0
PCI:03:00:0,00018000:01:0
BR04 (05B1h)         (10DE,05B1,10DE,C55E) H:--:NRM B:01,PCI,D:00,F:00
GK1xx                (10DE,1180,3842,2680) H:02:SP0 B:03,PCI,D:00,F:00
 
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As far as I can tell, everything was successful.



 
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Thanks! w1zzard it works for me and my 680. I'm about to upload a 4GB Zotac 680 BIOS. If there was only a working version of Nibitor that fully supported the GTX680s without having to edit with HxD.
 
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