Your picture is right, if a display is connected to the DVI-D port, the card boots with the DD BIOS, thus disabling the upper two DP ports.
The attached ZIP file contains the stock F4 BIOS from my Gigabyte GTX 980Ti Gaming G1. Please note that this F4 BIOS is for the Hynix version of said card. There exist two versions of this card, the other comes with Samsung memory and has a BIOS named F10. I'm not sure if there was a F4 version prior to F10 for Samsung cards. So please check the version numbers before flashing and test the card after flashing the first BIOS so that in case you flashed the wrong file, you can still use the card with the second one.
For reference, I also attached the stock BIOS from my second Gigabyte GTX 980Ti Gaming G1 with Samsung memory and F10 BIOS.
The version numbers are as follows:
GigabyteGTX980TiGamingG1F4BIOSHynixMemory.zip 304k .zip file
GigabyteGTX980TiGamingG1F10BIOSSamsungMemory.zip 293k .zip file
Edited by Breit - 10/11/16 at 4:22am
- F4 DD: 84.00.36.00.6D
- F4 DP: 84.00.36.00.6E
- F10 DD: 84.00.41.00.34
- F10 DP: 84.00.41.00.35