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post #11 of 184 (permalink) Old 03-07-2019, 05:47 PM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by white owl View Post
One switch or two is what I'm asking.
If only a handful of "select" people get the real BIOS I'd refund the card if possible. If it doesn't have an unlimited BIOS it's no better for LN2 than many other AIB 2080TIs. I was under the impression (from the articles pre-launch) that it was an LN2 oriented card with a great cooler plus a normal gaming BIOS and an almost unlimited BIOS.
yeah sorry just one switch with two positions (original,LN2), ive never seen multiple switch bios solution (???), i will RMA that card and buy something better, OC Lab or Kingpin as this one is pretty much useless, its nice i have digital VRM that i cant control.

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I was asking because the two switch cards are weird, you have to have both switches in opposing positions or it will default to one or the other. Since that's not the case yeah, I'd punt that thing back to MSI. That's super misleading in my mind.
Wouldn't surprise me if they sabotaged the card so that if you tried to flash the BIOS it would trigger safety clocks.
Why build a VRM like that and limit it to 380w? Like seriously, what is the purpose if they're going to do all that?!

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There is a way to flash soic-8 bios chips that are soldered to the PCB; the card doesn't even need to installed in a motherboard:

See this post on OCN.

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Lol someone got triggered, nice report.

Flashing BIOS is not OCing.
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aaaand another RMA submitted for a card pushed way beyond intended limits

more seriously, tough luck man. I hope that wasn't more than a few days pay...

However, I wouldn't throw in the towel so quickly. Many of us have had the brick scare. Happened to me a couple times on my GK110 titans.

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Lol someone got triggered, nice report.

Flashing BIOS is not OCing.

report what?

telling someone their post was dumb doesn't really count as triggered, methinks.

yes, it is a part of OCing. who do you know flashes an XOC BIOS for any reason other than to OC higher?

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Quote: Originally Posted by iamjanco View Post
There is a way to flash soic-8 bios chips that are soldered to the PCB; the card doesn't even need to installed in a motherboard:

See this post on OCN.
well thanks but i dont really have problem with flashing, i can flash whatever bios i want, problem is theres somehow still active that dumb No power limit mod from XOC bios

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Quote: Originally Posted by TheHorse View Post
Lol someone got triggered, nice report.

Flashing BIOS is not OCing.
flashing bios to overclock more... and whats that. Man give up, why are you so triggered

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aaaand another RMA submitted for a card pushed way beyond intended limits

more seriously, tough luck man. I hope that wasn't more than a few days pay...

However, I wouldn't throw in the towel so quickly. Many of us have had the brick scare. Happened to me a couple times on my GK110 titans.
if it was only brick it would be better, i have access to EEPROM Flasher so i could easily reflash, but this looks like something broken on deeper level than bios.. maybe some IC firmware also reflashed with bios i dont know.

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well thanks but i dont really have problem with flashing, i can flash whatever bios i want, problem is theres somehow still active that dumb No power limit mod from XOC bios
Yeah, my apologies, I went back and read through the thread properly, then read through this thread on the MSI forum, then this thread and this thread on the REDDIT NVIDIA forum. Good luck moving forward.

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