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  1.    #1481

    paulpicks21 said: View Post
    Yeah Nvflash is the way to go with all gpu bios stuff.
    You can also force precision x1 to do the initial update again by shutting down your pc and disconnecting power cord and holding power button for 30 seconds. Then run precision x1 and it will do the first update again. Could be handy for getting the bios back to original maybe.
    Thanks for the info Paul .....appreciated
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  2.    #1482

    i believe TechPowerup has a database of all cards bios
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  3.    #1483

    essenbe said: View Post
    i believe TechPowerup has a database of all cards bios
    Yup, getting lots of info now....should get me into all kinds of trouble now....LoL
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       #1484

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    Yup, getting lots of info now....should get me into all kinds of trouble now....LoL
    Lol, have fun Mike. when you have time look through this thread

    [Official] NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti Owner's Club - Overclock.net - An Overclocking Community
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       #1485

    doorules said: View Post
    That is strange Paul. 2130 should be pulling more imho.

    I use the Galax bios on my lowly Zotac, that one is a 380W power limit. But I have maxed it out with core at 2205, and even 2200 on TS. That was using the curve on AB with voltage also maxed at 1.093
    HOF OC Labs Edition
    VGA Bios Collection: Galax RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB | TechPowerUp

    GPU Device Id: 0x10DE 0x1E07
    Version: 90.02.0B.00.D7
    PG150 SKU 32 VGA BIOS T26K-1755-GL
    Copyright (C) 1996-2018 NVIDIA Corp.
    GPU Board
    Connectors
    1x HDMI
    1x USB-C
    3x DisplayPort
    Board power limit
    Target: 400.0 W
    Limit: 450.0 W

    Adj. Range: -75%, +12%
    Thermal limits
    Rated: 84.0C
    Max: 88.0C
    Memory Support
    GDDR6, Samsung
    GDDR6, Micron
    GDDR6, Hynix
    Boost Clock: 1755 MHz
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  6.    #1486

    That HOF bios is best for a gpu with 3 power plugins as far as I know.

    I tried a 450W bios on my gpu, didn't like it. For my gpu the Galax 380W has been the best.

    Just make sure you have your stock bios saved.

    If you flash a bios and get locked to 1350 mhz just flash back to stock.

    Some of the newer bios's have different timings for the memory, may be better, maybe not. Won't know till ya try.
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       #1487

    doorules said: View Post
    That HOF bios is best for a gpu with 3 power plugins as far as I know.

    I tried a 450W bios on my gpu, didn't like it. For my gpu the Galax 380W has been the best.

    Just make sure you have your stock bios saved.

    If you flash a bios and get locked to 1350 mhz just flash back to stock.

    Some of the newer bios's have different timings for the memory, may be better, maybe not. Won't know till ya try.
    Me even just thinking of flashing a vBIOSClick image for larger version. 

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       #1488

    Hi,
    EVGA forum crew are crazy on how to flash vbios
    Said just double click thevbios file :)
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  9.    #1489

    EVGA forum is just a shadow of what it once was. Spent many years there before it went to crap.
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       #1490

    Hi,
    The only easy vbios flash that was a run file was the kingpin fix for the 1080ti ftw3.

    Otherwise nvflash works fine dual vbios is preferred seeing if it gets messed up one has one to fall back on

    I used these instructions and just substituted nvflash with nvflash64

    There's a more reliable version of nvflash download on the threads op
    Easy NVFlash Guide with Pictures for GTX 970/980 - Overclock.net - An Overclocking Community

    How To Flash A Different BIOS On Your 1080 Ti. - Overclock.net - An Overclocking Community
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