Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Dan1337, May 28, 2018.
GTX 770 asus directCU 2 4GB BIOS it works on a gtx 760 DirectCU2 4GB?
hmm, why not?, both is GK104 Board.. Bcuz the overclock of gtx 770? if i down the clock to the same values of gtx 760?
Different cuda cores. It's not the same GPU.
oh, okay ;/. and a bios of gtx 760 evga or another version with 4gb Vram, it works on a gtx 760 DirectCU2?
Probably not since they have different VRM controllers, etc.
Have you tried emailing support for bios?
I wouldn't risk it man. Do not do it.
yes. but them sended me the links of the drivers -_-
The ASUS site also has BIOS and what not. If not they can send you a ROM chip if possible.
the ASUS site just have the driver and the GPU Tweak(it's a software like msi afterburner), and I sended a email for them to send a ROM for me, but them sended me the links of the downloads section..
Yes Dan, ASUS is horrible with drivers and support. However their RMA is top notch. Just tell them your ROM is corrupt after trying to flash it. Please send me a ROM chip with latest BIOS. I'm sure they can do this for you.
I wasn't aware that ASUS would send out a component that needs to be soldered. I have seen some companies provide the socketed BIOS chips for motherboards.
NO NO NO you take out the rom chip its not soldered on. They send you new one with latest BIOS and you just put it in. Simple. You need a tweezer tool and you take it out and put new one in.
Pretty sure the EEPROM of anything recent is directly soldered to the board. Haven't seen a removable bios chip in a long while.
Correct, I have seen zero removable BIOS chips on GPUs in the past 5 years.
Oh sorry I thought we were talking about motherboard ROM ,, crapola, I'm sorry...
My guess would be bios from a Gtx 760 will not work on a 770 but that's just a guess. What did u do to corrupt the bios to begin with? I know some of you guys do flashing to extract more performance and what not but to me its not worth all that trouble and risk just to get few fps more.
I had a gtx 770 refrence design or founders edition they call them now in all honesty it did not even need an oc let alone flash for more fps.
Yes OCing is just for benchmark numbers, you won't see real world difference. You think you do, but you don't. Also the GPU firmware; when you flash it, it might OC the clock speeds for you so it's like that by default. That is all it's good for. Other then that, your playing with fire.