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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/02/26 09:01:25 (permalink)
Complete novice question here!!!!
Did you do the procedure for master and slave bios restarting each time the PC? I mean completely as you describe above for master bios first...... and then for slave second time duplicating all procedures?
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/02/26 09:23:54 (permalink)
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Complete novice question here!!!!
Did you do the procedure for master and slave bios restarting each time the PC? I mean completely as you describe above for master bios first...... and then for slave second time duplicating all procedures?


Most would "save 1 stock BIOS" as the backup - No reason to flash both
 
Defiantly confirm card works well, before flashing second BIOS
 
The second BIOS is a Safety feature, allowing recovery if anything goes sideways

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/02/26 11:50:43 (permalink)
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Dikonou
Complete novice question here!!!!
Did you do the procedure for master and slave bios restarting each time the PC? I mean completely as you describe above for master bios first...... and then for slave second time duplicating all procedures?


Most would "save 1 stock BIOS" as the backup - No reason to flash both
 
Defiantly confirm card works well, before flashing second BIOS
 
The second BIOS is a Safety feature, allowing recovery if anything goes sideways


Exactly, I kept my master BIOS to the original stock version, thus it remains a backup if needed. I have only performed the update to the slave BIOS and since then I'm using the card like this (BIOS switch left on slave) for the reason explained in my first remark.

But of course you can do it the opposite way: update the master to 11 GHz and keep the slave to the original 10 GHz. Especially if you prefer to use the card with both silent fans (0rpm) at idle load = master BIOS behavior.
post edited by JuliusDigital - 2018/02/26 11:55:37
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/02/26 13:16:55 (permalink)
Several have asked this. Is new inventory flashed with the 11gbs BIOS or not?

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/02/26 14:10:59 (permalink)
Thanks everyone!!! Well if flashing only ''one'' bios is enough then OK..... i thought that both had to be installed in order for the card to work correctly.....
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/02/27 14:54:23 (permalink)
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Several have asked this. Is new inventory flashed with the 11gbs BIOS or not?


- Possibly YES, it might have been the case if you refer to post #195 from libneon back in June 2017 [forums.evga.com/FindPost/2680687]. His FTW2 was equipped with stock BIOS 86.04.66.00.80 and 11 GHz were already unlocked without even requiring the BIOS last digit increment 81. By the way looks like it's the most recent revision out there in comparison with 86.04.60.xx.xx or 86.04.3B.xx.xx!

- And possibly NO! While my FTW2 has the exact same commercial P/N than libneon card, it has a different "Board ID". I tried flashing it with BIOS 86.04.66.00.80 as well as 86.04.66.00.81: both were not successful throwing the impossible to override "Board ID mismatch" error in NVFlash... Yet I'm pretty sure my card was made more recently. I've just bought it in Feb 2018 from a reliable retail store, package sealed. Then checked the S/N on the support page and my warranty is starting by default from mid-Nov 2017, which should more or less be the manufacturing date.

Eventually it makes me think of all the different BIOS revisions existing for the same card P/N may be reflecting some hardware differences. Such as multiple sources of chips in the supply chain, or several manufacturing places, maybe also related to different shipment areas around the globe (I live in France).

Anyway the most important: EVGA states all the GTX 1080 models assembled with the iCX cooler do have memory chips compatible with 11 GHz! Even some guys with the ACX3 models also made it happen, either by overclocking or BIOS flashing, provided that the cooling is adequate.
So in the end there is absolutely no reason to miss out on this great BIOS upgrade available to our cards for free, IMHO 😊
post edited by JuliusDigital - 2018/02/27 22:58:40
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/02/28 11:48:59 (permalink)
Will ever be a 12 GHz BIOS update for the FTW3 GPUs?
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/02 22:56:34 (permalink)
I just got a 1080 SC2 direct from evga. It has the 10gbs bios installed. Took a few tries but the 11gbs bios did flash and is stable.
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/03 09:32:51 (permalink)
Well since the only detailed guide I find is some videos on the net about how to change the bios on a GPU......could someone help us out here?
 
I know that i'm asking too much...... but..... I don't know the exact step by step procedure to do the update.....
I see which programm is needed.... but i read about the need to write -4 -5 -6........and other comands... in comand line and don't know how that will effect anything!!!
 
Could someone please If he has the time and patience give us a helping hand here?
 
Again I know I'm asking too much!!!
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/05 15:47:30 (permalink)
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Well since the only detailed guide I find is some videos on the net about how to change the bios on a GPU......could someone help us out here?
 
I know that i'm asking too much...... but..... I don't know the exact step by step procedure to do the update.....
I see which programm is needed.... but i read about the need to write -4 -5 -6........and other comands... in comand line and don't know how that will effect anything!!!
 
Could someone please If he has the time and patience give us a helping hand here?
 
Again I know I'm asking too much!!!


 
You're talking about the command switches of NVIDIA NVFlash, but have you downloaded the latest version? It can be found here: www.techpowerup.com/download/nvidia-nvflash
 
The different switches -4 / -5 / -6 are made to override some security checks that prevent from flashing improper .ROM file BIOS to your card. It is not recommended to use them unless you know exactly what you are doing! Take a look at the readme.txt provided with NVFlash, every command is clearly documented.
Moreover while the switches -4 and -5 are still referenced on many websites, they are not supported anymore in the latest versions of NVFlash, AFAIK. Only the -6 works now to override "PCI subsystem ID mismatch" error, namely a different model between your card existing BIOS and the .ROM file BIOS you try to flash it with. This is what you've already noticed in your previous post #327 [forums.evga.com/FindPost/2754901]
Let me just add in normal situation you should never flash your card with a BIOS file that comes with a different Subsystem ID. Especially for the GTX 1080 FTW2 cards: to take credit of the 11 GHz update, you should definitely find a proper BIOS version available down here!
 
First, please tell us which original BIOS your card is equipped with by sending your GPU-Z screenshot. If you are in the same situation than me, you may follow the guide I've made in post #360: forums.evga.com/FindPost/2789626
If it's different, then I'll try to help.


post edited by JuliusDigital - 2018/03/12 16:44:31
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/06 01:36:04 (permalink)

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/07 14:30:33 (permalink)
That's fine, we received the exact same card model! Don't you live in Europe too?
So, have you managed to follow step by step the guidelines in my first post #360, if not where are you stuck?
 
Basically you just need to download from TechPowerUp NVFlash and the proper updated BIOS version for the setting you chose on your card switch: master or slave. Then you must know how to launch the Command Prompt as Administrator and navigate to the directory where you downloaded everything. Finally you should be able to run the commands I've indicated in order to use NVFlash.
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/10 22:40:16 (permalink)
Solved BBO error but on to the next issue.  My SC2 card upgraded instantly but my FTW2 card got that BBO error.  Super annoying and i couldn't find any blogs talking about a fix.   Here is what I did to fix it:
 
  1. powered machine off and switched FTW2 to 'slave' or secondary bios.  it has text on the back of the card to tell u which position is slave/master.
  2. booted into safemode (probably not necessary)
  3. started a command prompt as Administrator
  4. I redownloaded the 11gh flash (new) and the original bios from this blog: 
  5. CD to the directory with the original bios
  6. Flashed the original bios successfully (using secondary.exe)
  7. CD to the directory with the new bios
  8. Flashed to the new bios (using secondary.exe) successfully (somehow it liked this).  
  9. rebooted.. presto.  GPUZ shows correct numbers now.  
BUT... now my GPU doesn't have any processing power.. MSI afterburner reads 405mhz for memory, which means a failure occurred in the card.  its late, so i switched back to my primary bios for today and things are back to normal.  maybe i should have flashed using Primary.exe?? hmm.. something else to try.
 
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/11 09:00:15 (permalink)
JuliusDigital you the man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 


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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/12 14:38:48 (permalink)
Great you made it! Happy to help
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/12 15:54:13 (permalink)
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Solved BBO error but on to the next issue.  My SC2 card upgraded instantly but my FTW2 card got that BBO error.  Super annoying and i couldn't find any blogs talking about a fix.   Here is what I did to fix it:
 
  1. powered machine off and switched FTW2 to 'slave' or secondary bios.  it has text on the back of the card to tell u which position is slave/master.
  2. booted into safemode (probably not necessary)
  3. started a command prompt as Administrator
  4. I redownloaded the 11gh flash (new) and the original bios from this blog: 
  5. CD to the directory with the original bios
  6. Flashed the original bios successfully (using secondary.exe)
  7. CD to the directory with the new bios
  8. Flashed to the new bios (using secondary.exe) successfully (somehow it liked this).  
  9. rebooted.. presto.  GPUZ shows correct numbers now.  
BUT... now my GPU doesn't have any processing power.. MSI afterburner reads 405mhz for memory, which means a failure occurred in the card.  its late, so i switched back to my primary bios for today and things are back to normal.  maybe i should have flashed using Primary.exe?? hmm.. something else to try.



Marco, it looks like you ran into the same issue than so many of us here!
 
Just like me, I guess your FTW2 card probably came with the newer stock BIOS version 86.04.60.01.80 (slave). Then you managed to flash it to the older version 86.04.3B.41.80 (slave) with the "original" secondary.exe file provided in 1st post, and then again to the old version 86.04.3B.41.81 (slave) with the "updated" secondary.exe file provided in 1st post, in that order (to bypass the BBO error).
 
When I received my FTW2 card, I've tried the exact same steps than you (except #2: I confirm safe mode is not necessary ). Consequently the memory was also stuck at 405 MHz! Actually the problem is not related to the BIOS switch setting: whether master/primary or slave/secondary is selected, the same error occurs. So I figured out the files provided in 1st post are definitely older BIOS revisions, not compatible with FTW2 cards possibly manufactured more recently.
 
Take a look to the guide I've made in post #360 [forums.evga.com/FindPost/2789626] especially the Remark 2.
If you have the same card P/N and stock BIOS version than me, follow the instructions step by step to flash the proper 11 GHz BIOS and solve your issue above!
post edited by JuliusDigital - 2018/03/12 16:43:22
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/13 02:11:06 (permalink)
Btw at firestrike temps never went above 60 celcius and stayed bit over 2000....2012 i think for GPU and 5557 for memory...
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/17 11:59:56 (permalink)
Anyone had stability issues after flash? Flashed my SC2 first day I got it. PC has been randomly locking up.
 
Going to downclock the mem and see if that helps.
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/21 18:17:15 (permalink)
after down clocking to stock settings my lockups stopped. Tried to flash back to the original bios posted on page one (didn't save mine), but they wont stick. Seem stuck on the updated version. I reflashed with updated and reinstalled drivers. WISH ME LUCK!
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/03/27 05:54:31 (permalink)
Hi oMekone, would you perhaps be willing to take a few minutes of your time to submit the SC2 BIOS to the TechPowerUp database? I'd appreciate it a lot. You don't need an account it's just a few clicks inside GPU-Z. You just click the share icon under the Nvidia logo. Cheers!
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/04/21 12:23:41 (permalink)
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Hi everyone,
 
I've received my GTX 1080 FTW2 GAMING P/N 08G-P4-6686-KR and as many of you it is equipped with the latest BIOS version 86.04.60.00.80 / 86.04.60.01.80 (master / slave). So the max memory speed is set by default at 10 GHz effective (1251 MHz in GPU-Z). I've checked the manufacturing date with the S/N and it appears my card was made in November 2017, quite recently.
 
Don't give up if you purchased such an FTW2 card from new stocks: there is a SOLUTION for updating the BIOS to unlock 11 GHz memory hard-coded! See below my GPU-Z screenshots before and after the update:
 

 
Download the updated BIOS and NVFlash from TechPowerUp website: (don't pay attention to the default card picture which is not matching the FTW2)
  • EVGA GTX 1080 FTW2 11 GHz master/primary BIOS 86.04.60.00.81 [www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/198855]
  • EVGA GTX 1080 FTW2 11 GHz slave/secondary BIOS 86.04.60.01.81 [www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/198856]
  • Latest version of NVFlash [www.techpowerup.com/download/nvidia-nvflash]
 
You can simply use NVFlash in Command Prompt as Admin with the following commands: (64bit system for me)
  • nvflash64 --save <filename.rom>  to backup your card original BIOS in .ROM format (you can do so quite easily with GPU-Z as well)
  • nvflash64 --version <filename.rom>  to check both your original BIOS 86.04.60.0*.80 and the updated BIOS 86.04.60.0*.81 have the same "Board ID" and "Subsystem ID" so it is safe to use
  • nvflash64 <filename.rom>  to flash your card BIOS to the newer version, or restore the original
 
Now don't forget to disable your "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080" in the Device Manager, uninstall the drivers, reboot computer, reinstall the drivers and voilà: enjoy max memory speed at 11 GHz effective (1376 MHz in GPU-Z)
 
Remark 1:
As you may have seen in my GPU-Z screenshots, I'm using the slave/secondary BIOS. I want to take credit of the more aggressive fan curves of this BIOS for better cooling performance. The reason I noticed different maximum temperatures reached by the card when benchmarking at full load (with untouched default fan curves):
- Original master BIOS 86.04.60.00.80 (10 GHz) GPU stabilizing at ~70°C
- Original slave BIOS 86.04.60.01.80 (10 GHz) GPU stabilizing at ~60°C
- Updated slave BIOS 86.04.60.01.81 (11 GHz) GPU stabilizing at ~65°C
Of course this is just a hint, not an exhaustive test campaign, but my room temperature was roughly the same at +/- 1°C and I found the trend clear enough. I assume that the 11 GHz memory update remains overclocking, thus dissipating more heat, as for any GTX 1080 card (opposed to the GTX 1080 Ti with memory chips made for that speed). Then it should be treated as deserved: with proper cooling. So be careful and test your card in severe benchmarking after the BIOS update to confirm its stability!
 
Remark 2:
Prior to achieve the above steps, I've been trying for hours and hours to update my BIOS but every time it was not successful! Either the memory was recognized as "Unknown" and stuck at 405 MHz, or some other BIOS at 11 GHz such as 86.04.66.0*.8* were not compatible for flashing my FTW2 card in NVFlash throwing "Board ID mismatch" error impossible to override.
Finally the BIOS versions 86.04.3B.40.81 / 86.04.3B.41.81 provided in post #1 are definitely older revisions for former card stocks! So I guess EVGA should update this post with the appropriate files for every BIOS revision now available on these compatible cards...
 


Just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for simplifying these steps and I have successfully updated with no hitches.
Just an FYI this is a new 1080 FTW2 straight from EVGA that came in with the older bios installed.
 
Thanks again
 
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/05/13 23:31:06 (permalink)
So, is it safe to install this update!
And when i downloaded this file i got 
Primary.exe
Secondary.exe
Which one i need to install?
thank you
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/05/14 11:41:30 (permalink)
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So, is it safe to install this update!
And when i downloaded this file i got 
Primary.exe
Secondary.exe
Which one i need to install?
thank you


If you're running the primary vbios you'll use the primary.exe. I'd update both vbioses.
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/05/26 14:36:23 (permalink)
Hi kids!
I'm from Argentina.
 
I have this VGA:

 
I was reading post #360 following the steps but I can't update my VGA.
I leave two photos with the errors that come out.
 

 

 
BTW, does anyone have the original BIOS of the FTW2 ICX?
What is in the first post does not work for me or directly doesn't update anything.
 
Thanks, please.
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/05/26 17:58:14 (permalink)
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Hi kids!
I'm from Argentina.
 
I have this VGA:

 
I was reading post #360 following the steps but I can't update my VGA.
I leave two photos with the errors that come out.
 

 

 
BTW, does anyone have the original BIOS of the FTW2 ICX?
What is in the first post does not work for me or directly doesn't update anything.
 
Thanks, please.


Your card already runs at 11 GHz on the memory, so you don't need to update the vbios.
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/05/26 18:35:46 (permalink)
Sajin
Your card already runs at 11 GHz on the memory, so you don't need to update the vbios.

Thank you very much.
That is, it's already updated from the factory so you comment and what I see in GPU-Z

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/05/26 18:40:28 (permalink)
No problem. Yes, that is correct.
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/05/27 07:47:40 (permalink)
Sajin
No problem. Yes, that is correct.

Thank you for your clarification @Sajin!
 
Now... How do I get the latest version of the BIOS?
 
 
Since it doesn't allow me to update as I mentioned earlier.
 
 
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/05/27 07:54:17 (permalink)
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Sajin
No problem. Yes, that is correct.

Thank you for your clarification @Sajin!
 
Now... How do I get the latest version of the BIOS?
 
 
Since it doesn't allow me to update as I mentioned earlier.
 
 


Hello Eze2kiel, I'm pretty sure Sajin is saying that you already have the latest bios and there is no need to update.:)
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 – OPTIONAL 11GHz BIOS Update Available Now 2018/05/27 09:03:29 (permalink)
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Hello Eze2kiel, I'm pretty sure Sajin is saying that you already have the latest bios and there is no need to update.:)

Many thanks dlbsyst.
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