Originally Posted by GDT78
Did you flash with NVFlash or stock tool?
Can I use my second card to flash the first one and then exchange them?
You don't need to do that actually (no screwdriver needed
), the process is very straightforward. You DON'T
even need to disable SLI and certainly don't need to uninstall drivers. Steps to flash more than one card at a time:
(1) Disable BOTH cards in device manager (or more if you have more than 2)
(2) Open command prompt as administrator
(3) Use NVFLASH --list to list the adapters in your system. Typically the first GPU = 0
, 2nd = 1
(4) Flash each card, one at a time using this command NVFLASH -i0
-6 you.rom and then NVFLASH -i1
-6 you.rom, etc.
(5) Re-enable both cards in device manager and REBOOT immediately
You will boot right back up with SLI enabled like nothing ever happened
The BIOS you will be flashing will always be the "Active BIOS". I personally ONLY flash the DP
BIOS also but if you have multiple monitor configurations, especially flex display, projectors, external displays then depending on the conifig you may need to flash both BIOS if you ever activate the other BIOS, but 95% of the time most people won't need to flash both.DON'T
set your overclock program to apply overclock at startup
until you find your new values since the BIOS will change things. You will be able to adjust the sliders to a higher value also so you can re-save any overclock profiles with the sliders maxxed with the new values.