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"Your top display port will be disabled if you flash another BIOS on your FE"
So, How to fix this issue? Becase I'm using only Display Port for Monitor.

Your other display ports will work but only fix if you need all the display ports is flash original BIOS. redface.gif
    
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Your other display ports will work but only fix if you need all the display ports is flash original BIOS. redface.gif
1080Ti FE have 2 port DP. I'm using 1st port, after flash BIOS Asus Strix 1st will be disable. Then I can use 2nd port Display to show monitor. Right?
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1080Ti FE have 2 port DP. I'm using 1st port, after flash BIOS Asus Strix 1st will be disable. Then I can use 2nd port Display to show monitor. Right?

Yes
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1080Ti FE have 2 port DP. I'm using 1st port, after flash BIOS Asus Strix 1st will be disable. Then I can use 2nd port Display to show monitor. Right?
1080ti FE has 3 display ports, I had to use 2 and 3 for my multi monitor setup, like said before 1st one is disabled, just use 2nd or 3rd one.
    
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1080ti FE has 3 display ports, I had to use 2 and 3 for my multi monitor setup, like said before 1st one is disabled, just use 2nd or 3rd one.
Thank very much
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1080Ti FE have 2 port DP. I'm using 1st port, after flash BIOS Asus Strix 1st will be disable. Then I can use 2nd port Display to show monitor. Right?
1080ti FE has 3 display ports, I had to use 2 and 3 for my multi monitor setup, like said before 1st one is disabled, just use 2nd or 3rd one.

FE have three display ports, two will still work, so yes, you can use two display port screens and one HDMI. smile.gif
    
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I finished flash Asus BIOS (I don't know why DP not disable like people said, it's running normal).
But I forgot to Backup Stock BIOS. If I wanna return Stock BIOS. Can I flash this Nvidia Founder Editon BIOS here?
https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/190928/nvidia-gtx1080ti-11264-170118
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I finished flash Asus BIOS (I don't know why DP not disable like people said, it's running normal).
But I forgot to Backup Stock BIOS. If I wanna return Stock BIOS. Can I flash this Nvidia Founder Editon BIOS here?
https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/190928/nvidia-gtx1080ti-11264-170118

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Or choose a nVidia version from any manufacturer who has overclocking software that you like. My card has been purchased by Asus FE, but I'm running Evga FE for then I get all the functionality on their software for reading the bios version during installation.
Edited by cluster71 - 4/16/17 at 5:25am
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Just a thought or idea, but Gigabyte used BIOS version 86.02.39.00.01 whereas EVGA uses 86.02.39.90. Has anyone noticed any difference between versions? I also do have the Gigabyte FE; tried the Strix BIOS and just hit a harder wall with the Asus BIOS vs the Gigabyte BIOS, but the EVGA one might offer better stable overclocks?
    
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