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Originally Posted by MonnieRock
What type of connector did you use to connect to the chip?
I have a EVGA GTX Titan X Superclocked (Maxwell) I need to recover. I have the stock BIOS saved from when I first got the card. Any further suggestions on what I need, where the proper chip is located would be greatly appreciated. My first time doing this.
You need the two items that Austin suggested:
Then you need to locate the bios chip - it is often painted with a small dot on the board. It looks like its the same location as on my 1080 ti - take a look on a reference titan x board.
Follow austins guide in this thread - and make sure the clip is on the right way - (The top-side has more cables)
Check the bios chip - search on google - and in the program - check if you can find a similar named chip (not completely the same but same brand and similar number, or try to use MXIC MX25V4005 (4mbit bios) - thats the one I used on my EVGA 1080 ti (would make sense if it's the same on yours)
Here is a pic of a Titan X reference board - and the bios chip is on the same spot as mine - should be all you need, if not feel free to PM me - good luck
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