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Looking for both original bios for Sapphire 6950 2GB OC Dual Fan Ed.

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by Urik187, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. Urik187 New Member

    Jun 27, 2012
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    Hey All,

    Im hoping someone could help me out here please.
    I was a complete idiot/muppet/moron and flashed both the bios's on my Sapphire 6950 2GB OC Dual Fan Ed (http://www.sapphiretech.com/presenta...pid=1530&leg=0)

    to unlock the shaders without even checking the shaders first (i know right? :banghead:)

    So now I have stock 6950 bios on both bios switches with the 1408 shaders and if I try to flash the BIOS (trust me I have tried all the different ways listed on the many many forums) with a 6970 bios my PC does not boot. (computer says: NO cuz you are a dumbass)

    If any kind sould out there can find it in their hearts to take pity on my and send me the original bios's for both switches i will name my first, second and third born after you!

    thanks a lot in advance guys
  2. MITSUBISHI New Member

    Jul 3, 2012
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    Hey Urik, I am in the same boat as you. My first 6950 reference sapphire flashed fine to 6970 the first time! I learned that you have to just flip switch...no flashing required and MANUALLY ADJUST CLOCKSPEED TO 880...MEMORY TO 1375 AND PLAY WITH VOLTAGE (+20% MOST IN CCC)...FOR SOME CARDS 10% BOOST IS OK...MINES WORKED AT STOCK...I feel like an idiot. I have 6950 DUAL FAN THAT IS 820 MHZ OVERCLOCKED CAME WITH BF3 AND DIRT3...I tried both ati winflash and rbe editor...computer does not boot...no monitor detected...good luck, I will use 6950 xfire instead of 6970..CRAP!

    search google for w1zzard php script 6950 shaders. unlocks shaders only, then you can use sapphire trixx to OC to 900/1375 and slide the 20% power thingy up.

    as far ash flashing back its not that hard. boot the single card thats messed up in the bios 2 position, then there should be a file that says flash back to 6950, simply flip the switch why its turned on and flash it back.
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