SajindlbsystSajinHmm. Not having issues, so I'm not updating mine.Chicken.lol;) If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
dlbsystSajinHmm. Not having issues, so I'm not updating mine.Chicken.lol;)
SajinHmm. Not having issues, so I'm not updating mine.
Andrew_WOTUpdated 1080TI FTW, it is just FW, BIOS stays the same as you have, OEM or not.No issues so far. Why this topic is not in stickies?
Digital_FuzionJust a quick heads up if your running DP v1.2 you can do this update without any of the work arounds. Everything else applies if your connected to a DisplayPort 1.3 / 1.4 monitor. I'm future proof for DP and 1.4 Monitors with my EVGA 1080 Ti's now.
FlyingFish73From what I understand this is not an evga (or any other manufacturer) specific update, it's Nvidia firmware for their hardware.So, install the updater software (you've looked above) and run it. It will decide if your GPU needs the update.I've done mine, the FTW3. And as far as I can tell made no difference, but I don't suppose it will unless you have the effected display port versions.Mick
FlyingFish73It's a very specific update, only concerned with display port, so doesn't have anything do with other aspects, unless Nvidia are being stealthy about something.
pipal82I own a GTX 1080 FTW and upgraded my system with a new mainboard (ASUS ROG Strix Z690-A with 12900K) and now I'm having this issue. Already performed the Nvidia-Update but nothing changed, still black screen during boot (no BIOS showing) until Windows is booted. With my old board (ASUS ROG Strix Z490-F and 10700K) it worked fine, had BIOS screen without Nvidia Update. Might this be a new problem with newer BIOS versions? Any suggestions or solutions? Other people having similar problems?