zurvvDo 3xxx cards need a bios update too? or just drivers from nvidia for this to work?
EVGATech_LeeMBIOS 1.26 (E299 Dark) / 1.26 (E297 FTW K) / 1.19 (E296 Micro ATX 2) /1.27 (E295 Micro) Updates Support Resizable BarSupport up to eight NVMe devices displayed in BIOSFix Cascade Lake-X CPU stepping string displayed in BIOS
dmann304What is the reason for this BIOS ? if i am stable in Cascade Lake X? And purpose of Stepping Strings and resizable bar?
dmann304I have an RTX 20 series. so this bar stuff might not work?
ZoranCdmann304I have an RTX 20 series. so this bar stuff might not work? I too have RTX 20 series and have found that, unfortunately, 20 series does not support Re-BAR. At least not now.
cdc-951Sooooo AMD 6800, 6800XT and 6900XT confirmed gets stuck at error code 92 and I must turn on CSM.......X299 FTW3 and X299 Dark confirmed I tested 6800 and 6900XT with a 9800X and get error 92Why is no one talking about this?? ^^
ESchrijvercdc-951Sooooo AMD 6800, 6800XT and 6900XT confirmed gets stuck at error code 92 and I must turn on CSM.......X299 FTW3 and X299 Dark confirmed I tested 6800 and 6900XT with a 9800X and get error 92Why is no one talking about this?? ^^ So, it won't work for AMD 6000 GPU's ?!
ESchrijverThat is correct, see my other post on the thread about the resizable bar. Basically what happens is you have to turn CSM off to get board to utilize the Bar. The card, needs CSM on for some reason. If you leave it on it will boot to windows in a black and white 640x480 resolution and you can't get it out of it. If you turn off CSM then the bios will get stuck at error code 92. Yeah, if have experienced it too, back to 1.25 bios. This is a bummer, hopefully there is a fix possible.I couldn't even enter the bios with 1.26, needed to do a flash back via windows.
dmann304Wow, this is a stressful option to deal with. So what is CSM? and if not setup right, can brock your GPU?
EVGATech_LeeMdmann304Wow, this is a stressful option to deal with. So what is CSM? and if not setup right, can brock your GPU?CSM is the Compatibility Support Module. It's basically the bridge between running your MB and Windows in UEFI mode and legacy hardware that may not natively support UEFI. With CSM enabled, you can usually still take advantage of older hardware and keep the benefits of using Windows in UEFI; otherwise, the device may not show up in Windows or appear usable at all. Changing CSM settings would have no means of damaging a graphics card. The most it will usually do is cause a hang while booting or cause a crash while trying to enter Windows if there's a compatibility issue. Both issues are fixable by either resetting the BIOS or entering the BIOS and reverting the changes you made to CSM.