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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 03-31-2019, 07:43 AM
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Ah great thank you, I was looking in completely the wrong place. I've ordered the parts, fingers crossed :-)

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Yes. Accidentally I got a reference EVGA GTX 680 (same board as yours) - The chip is marked with a small dot of paint.
You need to remove the cooler - and you need the tools linked to in my above post.
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Ah great thank you, I was looking in completely the wrong place. I've ordered the parts, fingers crossed :-)
Should be okay - got the parts within 7 days (from USA to Denmark) - Just check the bios chip - google the number and then in the program - choose a chip that has the same or almost the same name and size. You should be able to choose the same brand.

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Thank you

Thanks so much for the help. It took me a while but I managed to revive the card . I was able to erase the bios chip as per your instructions but whenever I tried to flash it with the backup bios it just came up with errors. In the end I was able to boot with the card but this time it saw there was a card (lots of beeps at BIOS) and so I was able to do a blind flash (which I couldn't do before). That said, your new found method still helped me get it working again so thank you.

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Should be okay - got the parts within 7 days (from USA to Denmark) - Just check the bios chip - google the number and then in the program - choose a chip that has the same or almost the same name and size. You should be able to choose the same brand.
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Thanks so much for the help. It took me a while but I managed to revive the card . I was able to erase the bios chip as per your instructions but whenever I tried to flash it with the backup bios it just came up with errors. In the end I was able to boot with the card but this time it saw there was a card (lots of beeps at BIOS) and so I was able to do a blind flash (which I couldn't do before). That said, your new found method still helped me get it working again so thank you.
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want to report that flashed back an bricked 2080ti flawless :-) thanks for your thread
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