Hello i have SLI zotac amp extremes 980ti you have custom bios??thanks a lot
Hi there, no... but I do remember there being a "fire" something app that is needed (you probably alread know about it). You can take any one of the 980Ti AIR BIOS' in the first post and open it side by side with a copy of your BIOS. If you did not unlock your BIOS yet to reveal the hidden sliders then that must be done first. If you need help unlocking it let me know.Hello i have SLI zotac amp extremes 980ti you have custom bios??thanks a lot
Seriously, after all these years you are still doing this? All the Kudos to you. You dedication is truly an inspiration. I'm still with my 980TI G1 and she's served me well. Did I mention her ASIC Quality is 84.3%? ...Anyway,Hi there, no... but I do remember there being a "fire" something app that is needed (you probably alread know about it). You can take any one of the 980Ti AIR BIOS' in the first post and open it side by side with a copy of your BIOS. If you did not unlock your BIOS yet to reveal the hidden sliders then that must be done first. If you need help unlocking it let me know.
Seriously, after all these years you are still doing this? All the Kudos to you. You dedication is truly an inspiration. I'm still with my 980TI G1 and she's served me well. Did I mention her ASIC Quality is 84.3%? ...Anyway,
I'm sure Navi or Ampere are going to be fantastic so I'm revisiting your thread to see if I can push my baby a bit further ONE LAST TIME. I've been reading through it and I'm page 143(MUMOD V4) but started at 80. I'm looking for your latest\last MUMOD BIOS (D_P).
Possibly point me in the right direction?
Thank you again for your YEARS of dedication.
You have true patience. Gratz on the big boy 2080 TI, wife will not let me spend that kind of cash but I'm glad you got one yourself. I remember reading this when there were only 50 pages, exciting times!
It's been a fun ride. Ty, I really appreciate your kind words.
I just sold my 980Ti's, few pages back I gave the final goodbye to the original GPUs. I've got a 2080Ti now only because I'm primarily using 4K now but for 1080p the 980Ti is still top notch. I'd love to see a 980Ti w/MUMOD O/C -vs- GTX 1660 Ti/Super.
The original release is the latest and what is also posted in the OP I kept it updated (before the site migration, now it is a mess lol).
Any questions be happy to help.
Nah, never needed to update them, did all the testing in betaYou have true patience. Gratz on the big boy 2080 TI, wife will not let me spend that kind of cash but I'm glad you got one yourself. I remember reading this when there were only 50 pages, exciting times!
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction regarding the download. Slightly embraced that I thought there were newer ones later on(not sure why I thought that). Good news is those are the ones I've been using for a little over a year now.
As for your request, TimeSpy is in ?!? so check it out. I'll add both single and SLI.
I'll be following you for sure, and your next purchase.
Hi Laithan. As i understand you're quite the veteran regarding the 980ti g1 gaming. I would like to pick your brain on something...
I came in the possession of a Gigabyte 980TI G1 Gaming from a friend who himself bought it second hand. The card works... somewhat. I get almost instant/constant freezes in 3d applications which always require a 5 sec press of the shut-down button. I have the same outcome on both bioses. Temps are not the issue for sure, power supply is ok too. It does the same thing on a different system/configuration as well.
Reading the original post got me a little intrigued/worried:
"Flashing a DD BIOS to a DP slot or flashing a DP BIOS to a DD slot will partially brick the GPU. You SHOULD NOT flash an F4 version to an F10 GPU - You SHOULD NOT flash an F10 version to an F4 GPU".
Now here's the kicker:
The original owner messed with the BIOS and i have the following:
When connected through DVI-D i have bios version 84.00.36.00.6D which is DD/f4
When connected through DVI-I i have bios version 84.00.41.00.34 which is DD/f10
Happy day, right? :|
In the OP there's a pic with what bios goes where, and as i understand it DD goes to DVI-D and DP goes to DVI-I(please correct me if i'm wrong)
All i want is a normal stock card(for now anyway, overclocking not on my mind at this point, maybe later if i can get this thing to work properly)
How in the heck do i go about doing this? What bios goes where in my case?
Yes, assuming you are aware of how to "switch" from DD to DP (vice versa) as there is no physical BIOS switch.My card has hynix memory. That means i need the F4 bioses. So, i should replace the D_D F10 bios with D_P F4 on the DVI-I side, and leave the other D_D F4 where it's at. Please confirm this. I really don't want to mess this up.
Hmmm... Where do I begin lolI'm having weird issues after buying a new monitor that connects to DisplayPort. Previously, I used a DVI-D connection with a modified DD BIOS for my Gigabyte GTX980 G1 Gaming.
Now when I connect the DisplayPort to either the DD or DP BIOS group/switch I'm getting default factory clocks and opening MSI AfterBurner confirms that I don't have my previous profiles loaded or the ability to uncap BIOS limits - GPU-z will display VRel as a perfcap.
Furthermore, Youtube seems to have gone and messed itself up too, but it was working with the new monitor before, I don't know what broke it. I can load videos but they look like a garbled mess. I tried to uninstall my drivers (newest version btw), and after rebooting I couldn't get a signal. Managed to install the driver via TeamViewer (after jumping through their annoying "Commercial use" limitations) and at least I have picture.
Plus, I don't see the POST screen, and can't enter BIOS settings...
(1) BIOS values changed despite having the MUMOD BIOS flashed: It sounds to me like the BIOS you are intending to use is changing as the BIOS used is controlled by the display outputs connected @ power on. Let's theortically say (may or may not match yours, but explains how it works) that the DD BIOS was flashed with the MUMOD BIOS.. changing monitor outputs from using DVI to DP is likely going to now trigger the DP BIOS to load @ power on. The fact that you are seeing stock clocks is because that BIOS is still STOCK on that BIOS slot. You have to flash the MUMOD BIOS to both DD and DP BIOS slots if you want it to be modded regardless of which display output is used (especially if you change them often as with a projector or a VR setup). This is always confusing and a PIA for Gigabyte cards but that's how "Flex display" works.
This looks to have solved the issue. I seem to remember trying to run the DisplayPort FW update before when I was using a DVI connection, but the tool (I don't remember if it was the one you posted) reported that there's no update needed. Now it applied the update and I can see the POST logo.(2) No video @ post when using certain outputs: This can be even further confused if by any chance the DD BIOS was flashed to the DP slot, or the DP BIOS was flashed to the DD spot. Since there is no physical switch, this happened more often than anyone wanted. If this is done wrong, some outputs will work while some others will not. This ALSO could be an issue fixed by this firmware for DP itself: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/drivers/nv-uefi-update-x64/
I uninstalled MSI AB and removed all its settings but the issue with YouTube persist. I'll keep experimenting with this, if all else fails I'll reinstall Windows.(3) As far as the corrupted display, this COULD be because of a very rare issue where a BIOS has been modified but the overclocking app's profile of the previous BIOS values are loaded. That probably didn't make sense, so here is what can happen and how to fix it (it is not going to be fixed by drivers). Let's say that you flash a custom BIOS to your GPU and that custom BIOS has different power, voltage, default and boost clocks than the STOCK BIOS. You configure the GPU how you want it and then you save to a profile slot. Then let's say you reverted back to the STOCK BIOS and booted into windows where the profile of the modified BIOS is now loaded. This is going to apply values to your GPU that may not match the BIOS and I have seen odd things like this happen. It is rare but it is almost always when a BIOS is changed on the same GPU installed in the system but the overclocking app's profile wasn't deleted first so it thinks it is the same GPU and applies values that are not correct for the BIOS being used.
To fix this, just boot into windows and UNINSTALL MSI AB/EVGA Precision and the MOST important thing is to REMOVE ALL SETTINGS when asked. You don't want to save anything. Then reboot and all should be fine again. Now you can just re-install the same MSI AB/EVGA PRECISION and set everything up over again. You can also manually remove the profiles but it is easy enough just to uninstall.
Cool, making progressUpdate: flashed the DP BIOS, verified my clock settings/power limits (or lack thereof) and all is well in that department. But now the DisplayPort firmware is out of date again (didn't know the BIOS file contains DisplayPort FW as well). Running the nVidia DP firmware update tool results in an error this time. Is there a way to incorporate the latest DisplayPort FW into the modified BIOS and flashing it with nvflash?
Also, turning off hardware acceleration in Chrome is a workaround for my YouTube issues. Haven't figured out why exactly it's a problem now all of a sudden.
If you use the display ports all the way on the end (the ones not active in the DD BIOS) it should force the DP BIOS so you know for sure it is running DP and not the DD slot with a DP BIOS. I do think that a single display port would most likely use a DP BIOS but it might depend on which of the 3 ports are used. I want to mention that sometimes the GPU may force you to use a different display port if they are not all populated. You can test yourself, if you get no video unplug and try a different port one by one in those situations should no video occur, same symptom but different reason. It's not clearly documented which combinations require you to use which ports since there are 3 of them you just have to experiment. I always had 3 display ports and HDMI populated at the same time so I didn't have any unused.Ah, I see the problem. Since I'm only using DisplayPort, there's no guaranteed way to switch to a DD BIOS (the only one I modified before) since the DD BIOS DisplayPort is actually a "Schrodinger cat" situation since it can be both a DD and DP switch. Currently, I'm being forced to boot a DP BIOS regardless of which DisplayPort I plug the monitor in. I will flash the MUMOD DP BIOS and see how it goes.
Unfortunately I'm still having no video @ post. The sequence of events was:Cool, making progress
Are you still having the issue not seeing video @ post?
Did you also try switching to a different display port output at when there is no post? I have seen where it can be picky which one is used when all are not populated.Unfortunately I'm still having no video @ post. The sequence of events was:
-with stock DP BIOS (before flashing MUMOD), ran the nVidia tool and updated the FW. That fixed no video @ post.
-flashed MUMOD DP BIOS, now no video @ post. Ran the tool again, it says I need to update DisplayPort FW (again), but now it errors out.
As for the DP BIOS and Chrome issue, all is fixed. DP BIOS is now applied, so now I have both BIOSes modded. Games run well too. I was worried that I didn't mix up the BIOS flash but all is well.
Chrome issue was related to GPU Shader cache. Deleted it and now it works with HW acceleration.
I've tried all DisplayPorts, and they exhibited the same issue of no post screen. Just to be clear, I had the "blank screens on boot until the OS loads" issue.Did you also try switching to a different display port output at when there is no post? I have seen where it can be picky which one is used when all are not populated.