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Removing OC from Titan Black SC

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2019/03/22 19:13:15 (permalink)
Hi Guys
 
I have 3x EVGA Titan Black SC, 2 of them boost  to 1176Mhz and one to 1189Mhz, so far these card have been problem free (knock on wood)
Making long story short. I don't want to use PrecisionX to downclock them I want to permanently remove the OC from all 3 of them I want them to boost to none OC Titan Black speed.
I am under the assumption that  I could flush them using none SC EVGA Titan Black bios, is that true, can someone who maybe did that before elaborate.
 
Also, if that is possible do I need to remove the other cards from the system to avoid posible issues.
And last thing, is there a risk of flashing bios, these cards have been great and I wouldn't want to mess them up, but there is a reason I want them to run slower.
 
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    Re: Removing OC from Titan Black SC 2019/03/22 19:25:21 (permalink)
    I would have to ask why you'd want to do this before recommending anything...

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    Re: Removing OC from Titan Black SC 2019/03/22 19:43:22 (permalink)
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    I would have to ask why you'd want to do this before recommending anything...


    Well... no offence, but you either want to help or don't worry about it
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    Re: Removing OC from Titan Black SC 2019/03/22 20:13:08 (permalink)
    When flashing firmware, there is always risk.
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    Re: Removing OC from Titan Black SC 2019/03/23 02:55:35 (permalink)
    ty_ger07
    When flashing firmware, there is always risk.

    Yap, I suspect that there is some risk  involved.
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    Re: Removing OC from Titan Black SC 2019/03/23 13:12:56 (permalink)
    AWK16
    I could flush them using none SC EVGA Titan Black bios, is that true, can someone who maybe did that before elaborate.
     
    Also, if that is possible do I need to remove the other cards from the system to avoid posible issues.

    Yep, you can use nvflash to flash the non sc version to your card. Flashing the cards one at a time with the other removed from the system is a good idea.

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    Re: Removing OC from Titan Black SC 2019/03/23 18:13:30 (permalink)
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    AWK16
    I could flush them using none SC EVGA Titan Black bios, is that true, can someone who maybe did that before elaborate.
     
    Also, if that is possible do I need to remove the other cards from the system to avoid posible issues.

    Yep, you can use nvflash to flash the non sc version to your card. Flashing the cards one at a time with the other removed from the system is a good idea.


    Thank you Sajin for the straight answer 
     
    post edited by AWK16 - 2019/03/23 18:28:50
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    Re: Removing OC from Titan Black SC 2019/03/24 00:57:54 (permalink)
    No problem. 

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