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Title: BIOS Request for RTX2080 TI Ventus
Post by: hironico.pub on 15-April-19, 18:12:48
Hello 

I'm experiencing random crashes in games when using this card (RTX 2080 TI VENTUS 11 G) and i'm requesting the latest vbios if relevant to make sure I'm up to date : 

SN is : 602-V371-18SB1811000351

Link to my curren vbios (OneDrive) : https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ak4x2UC2JbOUlKkne265ozOvAwNVOg

Many thanks !
Title: Re: BIOS Request for RTX2080 TI Ventus
Post by: flobelix on 15-April-19, 20:03:26
You are using the latest vbios already (NV371MH.210) so that is not the problem.

Add your full pc specs: >>Posting Guide<< (https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=38822.0)

Also add in what games/applications you experienced crashes.
Title: Re: BIOS Request for RTX2080 TI Ventus
Post by: hironico.pub on 15-April-19, 22:14:05
Thanks a lot.
Attached spec in signature.
My only bet is now regarding the minimal requirement for power supply for the beast.
What is the minimal recommendation for the power supply ?
I'll check that and let you know about current spec.
Thanks!
Title: Re: BIOS Request for RTX2080 TI Ventus
Post by: hironico.pub on 16-April-19, 15:41:01
OK this is now solved by upgrading the PSU !

Old PSU was / Thermaltake 850 W but with too low amperage:
+3.3 V @ 30 A
+5 V @ 30 A
+12V @ 18 A (2 rails)
+12V @ 38 A (2 rails)
-12 V @ 0.8 A
+5 V SB @ 3 A

The values above are too weak to handle my config (see signature)

My rig is now equiped with beQuiet! Dark Pro 1200W wich offer nearly twice the amperage for 12V rails (respectively 35 A and 45 A) and less for +3.3V and 5Vat both 25 A. 
This delivers MUCH stable system and did not have any crash.

Conclusion: 
If the PC is shuting down, meaning it turns OFF electrically speaking while playing game or doing intensive work ===>>> upgrade the PSU !

Again, thanks for your answers.
Title: Re: BIOS Request for RTX2080 TI Ventus
Post by: flobelix on 16-April-19, 19:24:03
:pompom: looks good. Yes psu is a crucial part for modern graphics cards.