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Rx 5700 Asus Dual Evo OC - Bios Flash (into 5700xt)

Tonio

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Hello,

I have a Rx 5700 from Asus, I'm interested in Bios Flashing into a 5700xt but apparently all the 5700xt from Asus are made with 3 Fans and are kind different from the 5700 Evo. Which can be the perfect match to Bios Flash my GPU?

My GPU: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/215975/asus-rx5700-8192-190731 ; https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-Overclocked-DisplayPort-Graphics-DUAL-RX5700-O8G-EVO/dp/B07WRMT3BH

Options:
1. Asus RX 5700 XT (Reference): https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/212714/asus-rx5700xt-8192-190616-4
2. Asus RX 5700 XT TUF Gaming: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/222186/asus-rx5700xt-8192-200116-1
3. Asus RX 5700 XT Strix OC: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/218394/asus-rx5700xt-8192-200210

Thank you.
 
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You do understand that if the BIOS you choose does not work with your card, there is a possibility of bricking the card? That if this should happen, un-bricking the card is not a trivial process? And that if you send the card back for RMA and ASUS sees you've flashed the BIOS, they will likely deny the RMA? Why, exactly do you want to flash an XT BIOS to this card - what benefits do you expect it will give you?

If you are sure you want to go ahead then: neither the reference nor the TUF support fan stop, which your card and the Strix do, so I'd say if you're going to do this, use the Strix BIOS.

If you do try this, please let us know the outcome.
 

Tonio

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You do understand that if the BIOS you choose does not work with your card, there is a possibility of bricking the card? That if this should happen, un-bricking the card is not a trivial process? And that if you send the card back for RMA and ASUS sees you've flashed the BIOS, they will likely deny the RMA? Why, exactly do you want to flash an XT BIOS to this card - what benefits do you expect it will give you?

If you are sure you want to go ahead then: neither the reference nor the TUF support fan stop, which your card and the Strix do, so I'd say if you're going to do this, use the Strix BIOS.

If you do try this, please let us know the outcome.
There's so many people talking about the huge extra performance that you get just flashing your bios... That's why I'm interested in this.
 

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The fan layout isn't a big deal. Probably all 3 fans use the same 4-pin connector.

You need similar memory chips, display outputs and PCIe power configuration.
 
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