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First 5700 build CanI use AIB reference VBios

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Good afternoon to the community. I doing a build and have the Asus Dual 5700 that was an inexpensive $449. The specific card is the Asus Dual-5700-08G-Evo. Would it be possible to use the Asus 5700XT reference VBios with this card? If not is there a BIOS file anyone is aware of that works with this card?
 
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You haven't even got the card yet, why is it you want to put a different bios on it?
 
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You haven't even got the card yet, why is it you want to put a different bios on it?
One of the reasons to get the 5700 is you can flash it to the 5700XT and this card was $150 cheaper than any decent 5700XT. The cards have the exact same hardware specs other than power limit but from what I have read and watched it gives you noticeably improved performance by flashing.
 
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One of the reasons to get the 5700 is you can flash it to the 5700XT and this card was $150 cheaper than any decent 5700XT. The cards have the exact same hardware specs other than power limit but from what I have read and watched it gives you noticeably improved performance by flashing.
Of course, I missed the xt bit of you have a reference pcb then you should be good to go otherwise you'll want the corresponding xt bios with the same /closest to bios to your Asus dual
 
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Of course, I missed the xt bit of you have a reference pcb then you should be good to go otherwise you'll want the corresponding xt bios with the same /closest to bios to your Asus dual
That's my issue it is not the reference issue card but the Asus Dual 5700. That card only has limited reviews but $449 Canadian or $337.65 US was too good of a price. It's for a very good friend (who did not want to wait) so I want him to have the best experience possible.

Ok so I found a card


I cannot find a BIOS in the TPU database though.
 
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That's my issue it is not the reference issue card but the Asus Dual 5700. That card only has limited reviews but $449 Canadian or $337.65 US was too good of a price. It's for a very good friend (who did not want to wait) so I want him to have the best experience possible.

Ok so I found a card


I cannot find a BIOS in the TPU database though.
Can you post up a GPU-Z screenshot of your card



Check @Caring1 reply in this thread, looks like it couls be what you're looking for: https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/flashing-radeon-rx-5700-with-rx-5700-xt-bios-guide-performance.259945/page-7
 
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