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Need help with Bios compatibility for 2080 Manli/Inno3D

barraktony

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Hello!

Manli RTX 2080
TU104-400-A1 (i know because i had it disassembled)
M-NRTX2080/6RGHPPP-M3423
BIOS 90.40.23.40.BF (gpuz info)

I recently changed the paste to liquid metal conductonut from thermal grizzly and the results are surprising, 65C under stress tests or benchmarks with +1000mhz for VRAM and up to 2.0GHZ

The question is, and I couldn’t find any info on bios flashing for this card, can I flash the bios from:

Inno3D RTX 2080 X3 Gaming OC
  • N20803-08D6X-1180VA24
TU104-400A-A1
 

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Say no to BIOS flashing! :nutkick:
 
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Probably not, your chip doesn't support Factory overclock.
If you want more from your current card try MSI's Afterburner and crank it all up as far as it will go.
 
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Yeah sadly there are no BIOS for non-A 2080 chip with higher Power Limit (max 240W), the only way for you to bypass the power limit is shunt modding.
 

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Flash only if you want a bricked card.
 

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Already using afterburner, great results so far, alright then.. no bios flashing for this one untill i am ready to risk it, or shunt for experimental purposes :rolleyes:
Thank you guys!
 
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