ASUS Direct CU 2 TOP new BIOS !
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Yeahhhh !
ASUS has just released a new BIOS to resolve problems with their new card !!!!

http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=fr-fr&m=GTX670-DC2T-2GD5&p=9&s=2&os=30&hashedid=UNaoyLllnUi1SHKd
Yeahhhh !

ASUS has just released a new BIOS to resolve problems with their new card !!!!



http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=fr-fr&m=GTX670-DC2T-2GD5&p=9&s=2&os=30&hashedid=UNaoyLllnUi1SHKd

#1
Posted 06/18/2012 12:09 PM   
[quote name='neo4k' date='18 June 2012 - 04:09 AM' timestamp='1340021346' post='1422675']
Yeahhhh !
ASUS has just released a new BIOS to resolve problems with their new card !!!!

http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=fr-fr&m=GTX670-DC2T-2GD5&p=9&s=2&os=30&hashedid=UNaoyLllnUi1SHKd
[/quote]


What does it fix? Its a 3D compatibility update. I don't see anything about the "Alt-Tab" mid-game issue many people are having. It also doesn't say anything about the "Red Screens" on the GTX 670 Top.

Also, can you provide the English link instead?
[quote name='neo4k' date='18 June 2012 - 04:09 AM' timestamp='1340021346' post='1422675']

Yeahhhh !

ASUS has just released a new BIOS to resolve problems with their new card !!!!



http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=fr-fr&m=GTX670-DC2T-2GD5&p=9&s=2&os=30&hashedid=UNaoyLllnUi1SHKd







What does it fix? Its a 3D compatibility update. I don't see anything about the "Alt-Tab" mid-game issue many people are having. It also doesn't say anything about the "Red Screens" on the GTX 670 Top.



Also, can you provide the English link instead?

#2
Posted 06/18/2012 05:21 PM   
@OP - Thank you for posting this. It also looks like there is a new GPU Tweak available (posted today)... with this, the new Beta driver and a GPU tweak, I hope I can play games like they should be played with $430 card!

[quote name='Brearios' date='18 June 2012 - 05:21 PM' timestamp='1340040113' post='1422883']
Also, can you provide the English link instead?
[/quote]

Top-right corner of the page there is a language selector. Just change it to Global/English. (I would've provided the link but I already closed the window.)
@OP - Thank you for posting this. It also looks like there is a new GPU Tweak available (posted today)... with this, the new Beta driver and a GPU tweak, I hope I can play games like they should be played with $430 card!



[quote name='Brearios' date='18 June 2012 - 05:21 PM' timestamp='1340040113' post='1422883']

Also, can you provide the English link instead?





Top-right corner of the page there is a language selector. Just change it to Global/English. (I would've provided the link but I already closed the window.)

#3
Posted 06/18/2012 05:37 PM   
[quote]VBIOS update for GTX670-DC2T-2GD5

1. Improve 3D stability & compatiblity.

Note: Double click the .exe to update the VBIOS under OS.


[/quote]



the new bios fixes the crashes under heavy load ?
VBIOS update for GTX670-DC2T-2GD5



1. Improve 3D stability & compatiblity.



Note: Double click the .exe to update the VBIOS under OS.













the new bios fixes the crashes under heavy load ?

#4
Posted 06/18/2012 09:07 PM   
At first I thought this was the [u]GTX680[/u]-DC2T-2GD5. I didn't know that there were issues with their 670 version.
At first I thought this was the GTX680-DC2T-2GD5. I didn't know that there were issues with their 670 version.
#5
Posted 06/19/2012 05:09 AM   
This BIOS fixes the issue in heaven. Thanks ASUS! 2 runs at max settings without a crash! Normally it would crash after a minute. I'll do some more testing, but this is hopeful! My advise: DOWNLAOD THE BIOS, NOW!
http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/NVIDIA_Series/GTX670DC2T2GD5/#download
This BIOS fixes the issue in heaven. Thanks ASUS! 2 runs at max settings without a crash! Normally it would crash after a minute. I'll do some more testing, but this is hopeful! My advise: DOWNLAOD THE BIOS, NOW!

http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/NVIDIA_Series/GTX670DC2T2GD5/#download

GPU: ASUS GTX 670 DirectCU II TOP

CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 4,2 GHz

MOBO: Gigabyte Z77X-D3H

Mem: Corsair 8GB DDR3-1600

HDD: Seagate 2TB 7200RPM

CPU cooler: Gelid Tranquillo rev. 2

PSU: Thermaltake Thoughpower 750W

Case: CoolerMaster CM 690 II Advanced USB 3.0

OS: Windows 7 Premuim 64x

Display: Dell UltraSharp U2212HM

#6
Posted 06/19/2012 10:37 AM   
I've been having great difficulties with Diablo 3. I installed this BIOS, along with the 304.XX beta driver, and my performance in Diablo 3 was still erratic with the frame rates. I hope Blizzard's latest patch will resolve some of these issues I've been having, as the new BIOS and Driver combo didn't fix anything.
I've been having great difficulties with Diablo 3. I installed this BIOS, along with the 304.XX beta driver, and my performance in Diablo 3 was still erratic with the frame rates. I hope Blizzard's latest patch will resolve some of these issues I've been having, as the new BIOS and Driver combo didn't fix anything.

#7
Posted 06/19/2012 02:19 PM   
I've been having great difficulties with Diablo 3. I installed this BIOS, along with the 304.XX beta driver, and my performance in Diablo 3 was still erratic with the frame rates. I hope Blizzard's latest patch will resolve some of these issues I've been having, as the new BIOS and Driver combo didn't fix anything.
I've been having great difficulties with Diablo 3. I installed this BIOS, along with the 304.XX beta driver, and my performance in Diablo 3 was still erratic with the frame rates. I hope Blizzard's latest patch will resolve some of these issues I've been having, as the new BIOS and Driver combo didn't fix anything.

#8
Posted 06/19/2012 02:36 PM   
For me, the new BIOS fixed this annoying crashes in heavy load software such as benchmarks and BF3, Skyrim etc. So I am happy now. Although this "fix" is basically just what I already knew before: after installing the new BIOS, the highest boost I got was 1189MHz. With the old BIOS, the boost went up to 1272MHz, resulting in a crash. Now with the new BIOS and forced boost to 1258MHz, I was able to reproduce the crashes again. So, basically all what that BIOS Updates does is preventing the cards boost going up to high. That's it.
For me, the new BIOS fixed this annoying crashes in heavy load software such as benchmarks and BF3, Skyrim etc. So I am happy now. Although this "fix" is basically just what I already knew before: after installing the new BIOS, the highest boost I got was 1189MHz. With the old BIOS, the boost went up to 1272MHz, resulting in a crash. Now with the new BIOS and forced boost to 1258MHz, I was able to reproduce the crashes again. So, basically all what that BIOS Updates does is preventing the cards boost going up to high. That's it.

#9
Posted 06/20/2012 07:36 AM   
[quote name='Querer' date='20 June 2012 - 07:36 AM' timestamp='1340177762' post='1423864']
For me, the new BIOS fixed this annoying crashes in heavy load software such as benchmarks and BF3, Skyrim etc. So I am happy now. Although this "fix" is basically just what I already knew before: after installing the new BIOS, the highest boost I got was 1189MHz. With the old BIOS, the boost went up to 1272MHz, resulting in a crash. Now with the new BIOS and forced boost to 1258MHz, I was able to reproduce the crashes again. So, basically all what that BIOS Updates does is preventing the cards boost going up to high. That's it.
[/quote]

The bios just downclocking the card,
bad news /thumbsdown.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbsdown:' />
[quote name='Querer' date='20 June 2012 - 07:36 AM' timestamp='1340177762' post='1423864']

For me, the new BIOS fixed this annoying crashes in heavy load software such as benchmarks and BF3, Skyrim etc. So I am happy now. Although this "fix" is basically just what I already knew before: after installing the new BIOS, the highest boost I got was 1189MHz. With the old BIOS, the boost went up to 1272MHz, resulting in a crash. Now with the new BIOS and forced boost to 1258MHz, I was able to reproduce the crashes again. So, basically all what that BIOS Updates does is preventing the cards boost going up to high. That's it.





The bios just downclocking the card,

bad news /thumbsdown.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbsdown:' />

#10
Posted 06/20/2012 01:10 PM   
Hello,

I have the same problem STILL Blue screens !!!!!!!!!!!!!! and i did install the new bios latest drivers everything! And still blue screen after some time playing! and if i try to flash bios again it says :

"your grapic card of current system don't match this VBIOS"

Sins i have this card it only give me problems! i am very disappointed in ASUS !


Thy need to come with answers!


gpu asus gtx 670
cpu intel i5 3570
mem corsair vengence 16 gb ddr3 1600 mhz
mobo asus p8z77-vpro
hdd samsung ssd 830 series 128 gb
psu corsair gs 700 watt gaming power suply
os win 7 premium 64 x
display asus VG278H
case coolermaster cmstacker
Hello,



I have the same problem STILL Blue screens !!!!!!!!!!!!!! and i did install the new bios latest drivers everything! And still blue screen after some time playing! and if i try to flash bios again it says :



"your grapic card of current system don't match this VBIOS"



Sins i have this card it only give me problems! i am very disappointed in ASUS !





Thy need to come with answers!





gpu asus gtx 670

cpu intel i5 3570

mem corsair vengence 16 gb ddr3 1600 mhz

mobo asus p8z77-vpro

hdd samsung ssd 830 series 128 gb

psu corsair gs 700 watt gaming power suply

os win 7 premium 64 x

display asus VG278H

case coolermaster cmstacker

#11
Posted 06/20/2012 05:19 PM   
Maybe you should then start to think that the bluescreen problem is not due to the graphics card?
Maybe you should then start to think that the bluescreen problem is not due to the graphics card?

#12
Posted 06/21/2012 07:13 AM   
[quote name='Swilly235' date='20 June 2012 - 05:19 PM' timestamp='1340212753' post='1424084']
Hello,

I have the same problem STILL Blue screens !!!!!!!!!!!!!! and i did install the new bios latest drivers everything! And still blue screen after some time playing! and if i try to flash bios again it says :

"your grapic card of current system don't match this VBIOS"

Sins i have this card it only give me problems! i am very disappointed in ASUS !


Thy need to come with answers!


gpu asus gtx 670
cpu intel i5 3570
mem corsair vengence 16 gb ddr3 1600 mhz
mobo asus p8z77-vpro
hdd samsung ssd 830 series 128 gb
psu corsair gs 700 watt gaming power suply
os win 7 premium 64 x
display asus VG278H
case coolermaster cmstacker
[/quote]

I have seen some people stating that changing the PCIe GEN3 to GEN2 in asus p8z77v would solve their problem, try it.
[quote name='Swilly235' date='20 June 2012 - 05:19 PM' timestamp='1340212753' post='1424084']

Hello,



I have the same problem STILL Blue screens !!!!!!!!!!!!!! and i did install the new bios latest drivers everything! And still blue screen after some time playing! and if i try to flash bios again it says :



"your grapic card of current system don't match this VBIOS"



Sins i have this card it only give me problems! i am very disappointed in ASUS !





Thy need to come with answers!





gpu asus gtx 670

cpu intel i5 3570

mem corsair vengence 16 gb ddr3 1600 mhz

mobo asus p8z77-vpro

hdd samsung ssd 830 series 128 gb

psu corsair gs 700 watt gaming power suply

os win 7 premium 64 x

display asus VG278H

case coolermaster cmstacker





I have seen some people stating that changing the PCIe GEN3 to GEN2 in asus p8z77v would solve their problem, try it.

MSI GTX 560 SLI (1GB) - 320.18 drivers | i5 3570k | Gigabyte Z77x-D3H | Kingston 4x2=8 GB DDR3 1333 MHz | XFX PRO 750W | Win7 Ultimate SP1 x64

#13
Posted 06/21/2012 02:46 PM   
[quote name='bigosik' date='20 June 2012 - 03:10 PM' timestamp='1340197851' post='1423972']
The bios just downclocking the card,
bad news /thumbsdown.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbsdown:' />
[/quote]

But the problem was that it would clock too high. Remember that the stock 670 has a clock of 980MHz and ths DCII TOP has a 1137 clock. That's a pretty high overclock for the 6xx line of cards!
[quote name='bigosik' date='20 June 2012 - 03:10 PM' timestamp='1340197851' post='1423972']

The bios just downclocking the card,

bad news /thumbsdown.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbsdown:' />





But the problem was that it would clock too high. Remember that the stock 670 has a clock of 980MHz and ths DCII TOP has a 1137 clock. That's a pretty high overclock for the 6xx line of cards!

GPU: ASUS GTX 670 DirectCU II TOP

CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 4,2 GHz

MOBO: Gigabyte Z77X-D3H

Mem: Corsair 8GB DDR3-1600

HDD: Seagate 2TB 7200RPM

CPU cooler: Gelid Tranquillo rev. 2

PSU: Thermaltake Thoughpower 750W

Case: CoolerMaster CM 690 II Advanced USB 3.0

OS: Windows 7 Premuim 64x

Display: Dell UltraSharp U2212HM

#14
Posted 06/22/2012 07:58 AM   
My configuration:
- Dual Asus GTX670-DC2T-2GD5 in SLI (also tried single card)
I installed latest driver 301.42, also tried latest video card BIOS (2012.06.18 update)
- Windows 7 SP1, 64bit
- Asus Rampage IV Extreme X79 motherboard
- Intel Core i7-3930K 3.2GHz
- 16GB RAM, Zalman 850 watt PSU
I did NO Overclocking!!!.
My cards crush system (return to Desktop, or hang system with black screen) on Unigine Heaven, Metro 2033,
but on Diablo III, Starcraft II it worked OK. I decreased GPU clock with 50 MHz and it helped for couple of days,
but finally it crushed all my OS so I had to reinstall it. I also tried to downgrade PCI-E speed to 2.0, GPU clock to 980 and 915 MHz.
Now, for example in Unigine Heaven, my system works for a several seconds, then I begin to see artifacts, screen blinking and
my system hungs.
Several times I saw Flash player crushes.
Latest video card BIOS (2012.06.18 update) did not help me.
Now I don't play games and my cards work stable in SLI, but when I launch a game it will crush system again!!!
My configuration:

- Dual Asus GTX670-DC2T-2GD5 in SLI (also tried single card)

I installed latest driver 301.42, also tried latest video card BIOS (2012.06.18 update)

- Windows 7 SP1, 64bit

- Asus Rampage IV Extreme X79 motherboard

- Intel Core i7-3930K 3.2GHz

- 16GB RAM, Zalman 850 watt PSU

I did NO Overclocking!!!.

My cards crush system (return to Desktop, or hang system with black screen) on Unigine Heaven, Metro 2033,

but on Diablo III, Starcraft II it worked OK. I decreased GPU clock with 50 MHz and it helped for couple of days,

but finally it crushed all my OS so I had to reinstall it. I also tried to downgrade PCI-E speed to 2.0, GPU clock to 980 and 915 MHz.

Now, for example in Unigine Heaven, my system works for a several seconds, then I begin to see artifacts, screen blinking and

my system hungs.

Several times I saw Flash player crushes.

Latest video card BIOS (2012.06.18 update) did not help me.

Now I don't play games and my cards work stable in SLI, but when I launch a game it will crush system again!!!

#15
Posted 06/27/2012 06:57 PM   
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