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Bios Request Seahawk 2080TI
« on: 30-November-19, 10:09:48 »

Hi,

I would like to see if this is the latest bios, it's been acting up, the pump makes a high pitch noise and idle temps are 50-60c, the fans work and they are not the cause for the noise. So I would like to see if bios update fix this before I ask for an RMA.

SN: 602-V371-42SB1812000438

Bios version from GPU-Z: MSINV371MH.162 https://drive.google.com/open?id=19DeEN5i62b1333SHhC2e2xDFEmxRZkeQ is the file from GPU-Z

Hope all the information required is there!

Thank you for your help.
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Re: Bios Request Seahawk 2080TI
« Reply #1 on: 02-December-19, 13:47:44 »

Bios version from GPU-Z: MSINV371MH.162

Vbios is not the problem. You have the latest one already.
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Re: Bios Request Seahawk 2080TI
« Reply #2 on: 02-December-19, 20:29:50 »

Thank you for your reply. I think I found a possible culprit, after all, it might be hardware related.

When I first contacted support they told me it may be my new motherboard's PCI-E port are bad. I tried another port on the motherboard same problem. I plugged it in my old machine and it worked fine but it also did some wooshing sounds like water having trouble moving or something. My old machine the motherboard tray is flipped so the card is also flipped. I put it back in the new system everything works! I unplug things to cable manage put everything back in and it does the overheating again WTH is going on. While it was out of the PCI-E but the power was still connected and it was on the side I turned on the computer by accident and it does the water whooshing sound again, I put it back in place and now it's been working for the past day no problem. I may be looking at a physical thing may be some debris in the tubes or not enough water I have no idea.

I might RMA it just in case before it really goes bad and the warranty is over. The 1st time I heard it do that sound was when Control launched and it would do the wooshing sound after 30+minutes of game time and it would stop once I stopped playing and the card was idle.
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Re: Bios Request Seahawk 2080TI
« Reply #3 on: 03-December-19, 15:32:40 »

That really sounds if something blocks the liquid or if the pump is not working correctly in some positions.
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MSI X299 Gaming M7 ACK (MS-7A90) Bios 1.D0
Core i7 7820X @ 4404.45 MHz (44 * 100.1 MHz, fixed all cores), 1.245v - delidded and using der8auer Skylake-X Direct Die Frame
Corsair H110 Liquid CPU Cooler
32GB (4 x 8GB) Corsair CMR32GX4M4Z3200C16 @ 1602.9 MHz (DDR4-3206), 16-18-18-36-2t, 1.35v
MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti DUKE 11G OC
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