Graphics Card BIOS Update

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for warning…

  • Graphics cards can come with different memories. In this context, if the current version is for a card with Samsung memory, for example, and your card has Micron memory, you can stay with a card that does not display images. Blind flashing solves this problem, but you’re out of time.
  • Another problem is video outputs. VBIOS’s are adjusted according to the video output on the board. If the BIOS you downloaded as up-to-date has a different display output scheme, some ports of your card may not work in good scenarios and none in bad scenarios. You start dealing with blind flash again.
  • Updating the video card BIOS doesn’t add much to the card. Manufacturers rarely release VBIOS updates. And it’s usually more for problem solving, not improvement. For example, a new VBIOS card cannot add DX12 support…

I recommend an up-to-date BIOS and operating system in every message, but I definitely do not recommend downloading and writing VBIOS from TPU unless the manufacturer gives it for the video card. It is a risky operation and you may be left with a brick.

The manufacturer also prepares the VBIOS in the TPU, but if this VBIOS is not available on your graphics card’s support page, I do not recommend you to download and write it.

 

For AMD;

First of all, we find our video card model on the site below.

After we find the model, we find the most recent one by looking at the date. The order is Year/Month/Day. You will find it accordingly. Next we download our BIOS. Throw it on the desktop so that it is in a visible place.

We will install the BIOS with the ATIFlash program for AMD . You can download the program from the link below;

After downloading, we extract it to a folder and run the ” amdvbflashWin ” application as an administrator .
First of all, we press the Save option and back up our current BIOS, even if there are any problems.
We press the Load Image option and show our BIOS file. We press Program and write our BIOS. The process will start and end quickly, meanwhile, the image may go back and forth. Be sure to reboot after flashing the BIOS.

Note: Never turn off the power of your computer until the process is complete. All responsibility belongs to the user.

For Nvidia;

First of all, we find our video card model on the site below.

After we find the model, we find the most recent one by looking at the date. The order is Year/Month/Day. You will find it accordingly. If date etc. if the same, download the latest one.

We will install the BIOS with the NVFlash program for Nvidia . You can download the program from the link below;

After downloading, extract it to a folder. Put the BIOS you just downloaded in the same folder as this program . Run the program as an administrator
according to your operating system . You will see one command window. First we type ” nvflash –save backup.rom ” without quotes. Backup.rom file will be created in the folder. This is a backup of your BIOS. Then we write ” nvflash (name of BIOS file) ” without quotes. For example, in the example above, I copy the name of the file I downloaded and write it as “nvflash Asus.RTX2080Ti.11264.81122_2.rom” without quotes.

Our BIOS writing process is starting. When we see Update Successful, our BIOS update is now successful. Let’s restart our computer. Your image may flicker during upload.

Note: Never turn off the power of your computer until the process is complete. All responsibility belongs to the user.

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