SV firmware v007 ?

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SV firmware v007 ?

Postby HuggyOne76 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 4:23 pm

Hello !
Did someone try this new fw available on Nature website ?

Have a nice day !

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Re: SV firmware v007 ?

Postby viking272 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 6:03 pm

HuggyOne76 wrote:Hello !
Did someone try this new fw available on Nature website ?

Have a nice day !


Oh yes, v007 is sitting quietly in the Downloads area! But the news page just shows v006 from Jan 2014.

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Re: SV firmware v007 ?

Postby instream » Thu Dec 25, 2014 8:53 pm

We forgot to add a news entry about v007. :roll: the files are only intended to be tested by those who have access to a JTAG cable, since the overclocking in v007 may be unstable on some SV boards. For me the 210MHz version is stable. But please report here wether it worked for you, and which version of 007. V006 and older firmwares all used 185MHz DDR-RAM clock frequency, so v007 210MHz gives about 13% performance increase.

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Re: SV firmware v007 ?

Postby HuggyOne76 » Fri Jan 16, 2015 10:47 pm

Hello everybody !
Just received my xilinx/usb this afternoon to update my SV with v007 firmware. No problem at 200MHz, and no problem at 210MHz. Just played more than 2 hours to Doom (480x300@25fps / 320x200@35fps) and everything seems ok. Thank you for your job and this "overclock". :D

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Re: SV firmware v007 ?

Postby instream » Tue Jan 20, 2015 8:46 pm

Great :D I've tested on maybe 2-3 SV boards so far and all have been stable at 210MHz.


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