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Help identifying ROM for Sapphire Nitro+ RX 580 8gb Special Edition

MinerLinc

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I have a GPU with a bad flash on it and I have taken the card apart to visually identify the ROM chips on the card. All I see is a logo and two sets of numbers. I drew the logo and numbers down on paper. Is it Samsung, Hynix, or Micron? Thanks for any help.
 

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Please provide pictures of the card instead with close up of the GPU, ram chips and any stickers for help identifying the correct bios.
 
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That symbol doesn't resemble any of the three brands you mentioned.
Edit, Micron has an M in a similar circle design.
 

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Ok, I think I figured this out. I was looking at the ROM chips when I should be looking at the video memory chips. Looks like this card has Micron memory chips. So the bios I need should be for Micron. Am I right?
 

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When you wrote Rom, I assumed you meant Vram, that's why I mentioned Micron already.


As per your card numbers. 299-be366-201sa
Thanks for the help. I wanted to make sure that I try to flash this gpu with the correct factory bios. The card is bricked. Not sure what happened. May have been from a bad riser it was connected to that corrupted the bios during flashing. Any suggestions on force flashing this gpu?
 

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That symbol doesn't resemble any of the three brands you mentioned.
Edit, Micron has an M in a similar circle design.
That logo looks like Alpha & Omega semiconductor, but not relevant for identifying the card
 
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