riku98523I really don't think precision can cause any long term problems like this. If you reboot the system without precision running the card should get all of it's settings off the card itself. Did you do a FW update with precision? I suppose it's possible something gets corrupted during the fw update.
USALionThat sounds like an RMA to me.
DeadMedicIn my experience there are some settings that are persistent after P1X set's them. I was able to set the led on my 2080 ti hybrid, uninstall P1X then use Afterburner. The LED setting stayed with LED Sync. My advice would be the following:1. Uninstall P1X2. Uninstall LED Sync3. Reinstall Driver4. Reinstall P1X & see if you can change or fix anything.Lastly you may try a BIOS flash if EVGA can supply you with one.
SaltgrassI just went through the firmware update for my 3090. So did all 4 red LEDs come on and the fans were spun up during the firmware upgrade? Since you say it completed, there must have been the progress bar.. If it were a problem with the firmware upgrade, I wonder if there is a way to re-do that process using the same version of the firmware? Precision X1 seems to work OK on my system, but having some problems with some settings..
SeanDude05Had this same behavior after I flashed the OC switch 450W bios. Turned my PC off, switched it back to Normal mode and it behaves normally, with the LED button reappearing. The all red power LEDs and fans to 100% during flashing is normal behavior. I would highly recommend, uninstall PX1, turn your PC off, switch to normal mode on the switch, reinstall latest PX1 ver 22.214.171.124. If LED button comes back, then turn off PC, switch back to OC mode, and check if your LED button reappears. This is what I had to do, now all is well.
USALionWait, so PX1 forces you to update the firmware? That's not cool.