bcavnaughNormal, Power Down for a few minutes to include the Power Supply.But it shows the Nothing Changed.Run DDU in Safe Mode and Reinstall the Drivers if needed.
a213mBoot with a working card and flash the bricked card with nvflash, use -i (--index) switch to flash the correct card. https://www.techpowerup.com/download/nvidia-nvflash/ Get a working BIOS here: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/?architecture=NVIDIA&manufacturer=EVGA&model=RTX+2080+Ti&version=&interface=&memType=&memSize=&since=
bcavnaughThe Bios may be Official for GALAX Products but it is Not Official for EVGA Products.You need a Valid Driver install to be able to update the Graphics Card Bios.Maybe Sajin can help you out.
jim2point0So I did something dumb that I swear I will never do again if I get my card working again. So I have an EVGA RTX 2080 Ti XC GAMING card.After testing it, I decided to change out the stock cooler and attach an NZXT X62 AIO via the NZXT G12 Kraken mount.The temps were so good, I decided to see if I could get more performance out of it by switching the BIOS to something that's not nearly as power limited.I flash the Kingpin XOC bios. That worked fine, but I had to keep my fans a little loud in order to keep the temps where I had them.So I swapped back to my stock bios. Then I tried to use the GALAX/KFA2 RTX 2080 Ti OC Reference PCB (2x8-Pin) 300W x 127% Power Target BIOS (380W) Official rom found here. I was told by some people in that community that it would work with my card. I think... that might not be the case. But regardless, I also didn't think you could brick a card with a bad ROM flash.
jim2point0Yeah but it still works. I said the same thing to the guys in the Overclock.net Discord who recommended it, and they said it's fine to use it with my card. Can confirm it worked.
a213mBoot with a working card and flash the bricked card with nvflash, use -i (--index) switch to flash the correct card.https://www.techpowerup.com/download/nvidia-nvflash/ Get a working BIOS here: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/?architecture=NVIDIA&manufacturer=EVGA&model=RTX+2080+Ti&version=&interface=&memType=&memSize=&since=
TiN_EEThat wouldn't work because nvflash that supports RTX Ti is no longer available for DOS.
TiN_EENo need to panic yet, there is always hope. I never used any of desktop-y linuxes for nvflash, would still suggest to try TinyLinux. It does not have GUI and much simpler. Also unless your computer is IBM PowerPC, you need to use amd64 or i686 version of nvflash. Don't use ppc64 build, it's not for Intel/AMD CPU. Executing program in linux, if it's not in the path should be done with dot slash first e.g:$ ./nvflash --index or$ ./nvflash_linux --list
NeutroSometimes the latest version of nvflash can not work properly with your card. Look up what version other people used to flash their 2080Ti and use the same if needed.
gaubryIf you're having flashing issues, I recommend you start Windows in safe mode with command prompt, move to the folder where the vBIOS and Nvflash are located, and run the command to flash nvflash64 -6 filename.rom If that fails a hardware programmer will get the job done easily.