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post #6381 of 8391 (permalink) Old 02-17-2019, 09:35 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Dr Mad View Post
Unless I'm wrong, it seems it's still not possible to flash non A chip. Only solution is to do shunt mod.

Otherwise, I see in the OP that nvflash was updated to support FE cards. Is the bios flash on FE 2080ti card really possible??
I flashed my 2 FE cards with the 380w 127% power limit cards. Not had any trouble once i remembered how to use NVFlash LOL
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I flashed my 2 FE cards with the 380w 127% power limit cards. Not had any trouble once i remembered how to use NVFlash LOL

...yup, it used to be 2nd nature, but the last time I flashed a GPU bios (w/ multi Bios switch to boot) was many years ago, and never with Win 10 as the OS
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Quote: Originally Posted by Dr Mad View Post
Unless I'm wrong, it seems it's still not possible to flash non A chip. Only solution is to do shunt mod.

Otherwise, I see in the OP that nvflash was updated to support FE cards. Is the bios flash on FE 2080ti card really possible??
Yes, I have a Nvidia 2080ti FE with the 380w bios. Use the FE modified NV flash in the op. See benchmarks below for the results of the 380w bios.

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/5870453
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/17951194

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Thanks,

What was the exact commands to use?

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Hi any one 2080ti having problem? My Com shutdown suddenly when I was playing games . And I was unable to on it back until I off and on back the power. Really nid some help here.
I have the same thing, i have Gigabyte Gaming OC and i think that their software is the problem. i have been experiencing loosing power and then i need to unplug and plug again.
Delete all Gigabyte software if you have any including RGB Fusion.



So u delete their software and it ok nw?
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post #6386 of 8391 (permalink) Old 02-17-2019, 04:20 PM
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Well, I've been running my two NVidia FE RTX2080ti cards for over two weeks, so I decided on this holiday weekend it was time to tear my system apart and extend the watercooling to these cards.

Long story short, the screws that were removed from the EKWB GPU cooler terminals are too short to use for the Terminal X bridge between the two cards. SO, I have to demote my system back to single air-cooled GTX1080 FTW. I'll survive. The cards were working well and I expect them to run cooler once I reinstall them.

To clean up my installation, I'm trying to hide the cable that runs to the EK RTX terminal covers. My cards are installed horizontally, so I'll be staring at the backplates, not the plexiglass sides of the cards. I could just dangle the wires in the space below each card, but noticed there is plenty of space between the PC board and the plexiglass to run the thin LED cable. It would make for a very clean install, but I'm concerned that the wire may interfere, or melt, if it comes into contact with hot elements on the PC board.

Soooo, any electronics experts out there, please take a look at the image in the link below and let me know if this could be trouble, or if it will end up being fine to do this.

https://imgur.com/B1Jd1iE

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Quote: Originally Posted by Nicklas0912 View Post
I got a RTX 2080 TI XC Ultra.

Wich bioos is the best for max overclocking.

I see so many 380W bios,

is it GALAX RTX 2080 Ti OC Reference PCB (2x8-Pin) 300W x 126% Power Target BIOS (380W) ?

That's a reference PCB so yes you should use the 380w GALAX BIOS listed in the OP.

Quote: Originally Posted by MunneY View Post
I flashed my 2 FE cards with the 380w 127% power limit cards. Not had any trouble once i remembered how to use NVFlash LOL

Glad you got it sorted out.

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So u delete their software and it ok nw?
Correct, give it a try.

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Hello friends!
Looking at the possibility of joining the 2080ti club.
This would be for my 3d/mograph/vfx work, mostly redshift gpu rendering, and of course gaming here and there on my triple monitor setup and streaming to my 4k tv.
Currently running 2 1080ti FE cards on water. They would go into a render node.
Planning to run water on two 2080 tis as well.
Learning from my past mistake, I won't go with FE cards again in hopes of better clocks.
Leaning towards the EVGA FTW3 with waterblock preinstalled.
Wondering if it would be worth waiting for the kingpin variant, or if I'm better off getting a specific card and putting my own blocks on it. Probably the phanteks or ekwb vector block if that's the better route.
What do y'all suggest? Still combing through this thread.


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Well, I've been running my two NVidia FE RTX2080ti cards for over two weeks, so I decided on this holiday weekend it was time to tear my system apart and extend the watercooling to these cards.

Long story short, the screws that were removed from the EKWB GPU cooler terminals are too short to use for the Terminal X bridge between the two cards. SO, I have to demote my system back to single air-cooled GTX1080 FTW. I'll survive. The cards were working well and I expect them to run cooler once I reinstall them.

To clean up my installation, I'm trying to hide the cable that runs to the EK RTX terminal covers. My cards are installed horizontally, so I'll be staring at the backplates, not the plexiglass sides of the cards. I could just dangle the wires in the space below each card, but noticed there is plenty of space between the PC board and the plexiglass to run the thin LED cable. It would make for a very clean install, but I'm concerned that the wire may interfere, or melt, if it comes into contact with hot elements on the PC board.

Soooo, any electronics experts out there, please take a look at the image in the link below and let me know if this could be trouble, or if it will end up being fine to do this.

https://imgur.com/B1Jd1iE
No worries at all, I ran my EK 1080Ti cards like that for over a year. Even going vertical can be made to not be an aesthetics issue buy simply applying window tint to the section of the acrylic where the wires will be routed. Not a big fan of how EK executed the RGB. Phanteks block RGB wiring exits at the right rear corner when viewed as installed so its right into the wire management chases of pretty much any case. Cant even see mine regardless of the angle.

Which BTW EK is now taking preorders for the Strix blocks to start shipping 2/25/19. Ive got Phanteks blocks which are performing great so I wont be going that route. The only EK stuff I have left in my system are the rads and M2 heatsink. Ill reconsider on whether to stay with Phanteks or not when Watercool releases their blocks and if they have significant performance advantage. Id like to go vertical with both cards but cant source a 2 slot Nvlink bridge. From what I gather the Quardro RTX 6000 bridge should work, but sold out and staying that way. I have miners!!!

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