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EVGA 1050 Ti SSC BIOS Request

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Dear,
I just got an EVGA 1050 Ti SC, and it seems like the BIOS does not enable passive cooling, so the fan keeps spinning all the time.
I tried Gigabyte BIOS for the 1050 Ti single fan (which I used to own and has passive cooling), it works after installing the driver, but when the temperature reaches 80, it starts spinning 100% even when the temp is just 25 degree C, which is worse than the stock.
If you have the BIOS, please share since I could not find it on TechPowerUp's BIOS list.
Additional repeated question, is there any way to modify the BIOS yet?
 

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Evga will send you the updated bios if you create a ticket. It does require the serial number for the card for verification though
 
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I am not modding since the editor for BIOS is not available. I just need a passive cool ROM file to flash my card with nvflash64, which I hope who ever owning a 1050 Ti SSC can export the file by using GPU-Z and share with me :D
 

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Make sure you back up your stock bios and have it readily available
I have another question since I am new to the site, how could you search for unverified BIOS? I'm asking cause I may try the FTW version
Thank you for helping and reminding, I already saved the original in two locations
 

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Thanks man, I going in
Did you have any luck with this?

I have the same card and I'm trying to figure out how to enable a semi-passive mode. I setup a custom fan profile in Afterburner, but setting the speed below 35% doesn't have any effect...so I'm guessing it may be locked in the BIOS. According to the sticker on my card, I have version 86.07.39.00.52.
 

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Did you have any luck with this?

I have the same card and I'm trying to figure out how to enable a semi-passive mode. I setup a custom fan profile in Afterburner, but setting the speed below 35% doesn't have any effect...so I'm guessing it may be locked in the BIOS. According to the sticker on my card, I have version 86.07.39.00.52.
There isn't really much you can do as Nvidia locks their bios from mods. All you can do is search for bios versions, just make sure the clock speeds match to your card. As what generally happens is video output layouts are different in bios files and most who come here failed to backup their bios and flashed a incorrect bios for the card causing a brick condition thus come here saying HALP!

So my suggestion is BACK UP YOUR STOCK BIOS USING GPU-Z from here, make 3 copies for that matter.
 
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There isn't really much you can do as Nvidia locks their bios from mods. All you can do is search for bios versions, just make sure the clock speeds match to your card. As what generally happens is video output layouts are different in bios files and most who come here failed to backup their bios and flashed a incorrect bios for the card causing a brick condition thus come here saying HALP!

So my suggestion is BACK UP YOUR STOCK BIOS USING GPU-Z from here, make 3 copies for that matter.
If you brick the card, I'm guessing you need to switch to integrated graphics (or another card) to recover?
 

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If you brick the card, I'm guessing you need to switch to integrated graphics (or another card) to recover?
Thats right so you can use the correct commands to try and recover the bricked card
 

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Or go blind of course, I like a challenge, only ever tried it once tho years ago, and it worked! :D
 
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So i didn't have any luck flashing a different BIOS...they either resulted in a black screen or the fans kept spinning.

My solution for now is I use an adapter to plug the fan into my motherboard...and then I found this software that lets you set up a fan curve based on the GPU temperature. It even has a hysteresis feature so the fan doesn't repeatedly turn on/off if you're right on the edge of your target temperature.
 

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So i didn't have any luck flashing a different BIOS...they either resulted in a black screen or the fans kept spinning.

My solution for now is I use an adapter to plug the fan into my motherboard...and then I found this software that lets you set up a fan curve based on the GPU temperature. It even has a hysteresis feature so the fan doesn't repeatedly turn on/off if you're right on the edge of your target temperature.
Yeah if I'm not mistaken it's called afterburner by MSI
 
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Did you have any luck with this?

I have the same card and I'm trying to figure out how to enable a semi-passive mode. I setup a custom fan profile in Afterburner, but setting the speed below 35% doesn't have any effect...so I'm guessing it may be locked in the BIOS. According to the sticker on my card, I have version 86.07.39.00.52.
Yeah if I'm not mistaken it's called afterburner by MSI
As I mentioned before, Afterburner doesn't let you go below 35%. Seems to be locked in the BIOS somehow...so this is a work around.
 
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