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post #21 of 30 (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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post #22 of 30 (permalink) Old 04-01-2019, 04:43 AM
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Ah great thank you, I was looking in completely the wrong place. I've ordered the parts, fingers crossed :-)
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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post #23 of 30 (permalink) Old 04-01-2019, 06:26 AM
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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.
Cool! Whatever works, eh
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want to report that flashed back an bricked 2080ti flawless :-) thanks for your thread
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Did you use the software attached by the OP? And what is your settings?

I am also trying to flash a 2080 ti bios but to no avail.
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Did you use the software attached by the OP? And what is your settings?

I am also trying to flash a 2080 ti bios but to no avail.
sorry for the late reply, so far as i remember i detected the chip from alone after 30x remounting and connections issues..
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sorry for the late reply, so far as i remember i detected the chip from alone after 30x remounting and connections issues..
What settings did you use in the usb programmer tool? Trying to flash my 2080ti but it's not working and now is bricked.
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Ok so after 4 failed attempts and bricking the card I finally got it figured out and was able to flash the Galax HOF XOC Bios on my MX based Bios 2080ti.

Here are the settings that I used in the USB Programmer software.

Keep in mind this is a newer 2019 model 2080ti and it has the MX bios chip so you cannot use the exact same settings as the original post.
These settings worked for me and I also had to use the PCB labeled SOP8.
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New to this forum. I have a 2009 iMac 27-inch i5 2.66GHZ that came with an AMD Radeon HD 4850 512MB GPU. The card is no longer working when my daughter plays Roblox so I bought a Nvidia Quadro K1100M 2GB GPU to replace the AMD. I have to flash the Nvidia to work in the iMac but I am a little confused as to where to start. Should I get the CH341a programmer and do it that way or do you guys recommend a different method to get the card to work? I am a visual learner so if anyone has some tips or step-by-step guide on how to do this, I would really appreciate it. Thanks.
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