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Where does the bios chip for MSI R9 270X locates?

CringeFire
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I have this GPU that died because of a bios corruption long ago. Can someone please help me to locate the bios chip? Or send me a diagram of the GPU. Thanks :D!

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can you post a picture of YOUR cards pcb? 

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BIOS corrupt? Can't you just reflash it?

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11 minutes ago, xAcid9 said:

BIOS corrupt? Can't you just reflash it?

I couldn't flash the card using neither ATIFlash win nor Ms-Dos ATIFlash

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13 minutes ago, CringeFire said:

I couldn't flash the card using neither ATIFlash win nor Ms-Dos ATIFlash

what the error message?

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1 minute ago, xAcid9 said:

what the error message?

It simply doesn't show any display or sometimes the screen shows green pixel with black background

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Just now, CringeFire said:

It simply doesn't show any display or sometimes the screen shows green pixel with black background

Like a lot of green pixel

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On ‎11‎/‎2‎/‎2018 at 11:00 PM, xAcid9 said:

what the error message?

I've gathered all the information of the failure codes. It's inside the file ontop. Hopefully you can help me.

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Do you have a system capable of taking two GPU's? I had a HD6950 with a corrupt bios, I booted into windows with it in my secondary PCIe slot, and as it was still recognised as a component, I was able to run ATIflash and put a new bios in. 

Turned the PC off, took both cards out and put the 9650 into the primary slot, and it booted fine.


 

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16 hours ago, Ross Siggers said:

Do you have a system capable of taking two GPU's? I had a HD6950 with a corrupt bios, I booted into windows with it in my secondary PCIe slot, and as it was still recognised as a component, I was able to run ATIflash and put a new bios in. 

Turned the PC off, took both cards out and put the 9650 into the primary slot, and it booted fine.

Oh yes I have a additional gpu card which is from zotac. I tried using that card and igpu to flash my bios, it still cannot use.

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16 hours ago, Ross Siggers said:

Do you have a system capable of taking two GPU's? I had a HD6950 with a corrupt bios, I booted into windows with it in my secondary PCIe slot, and as it was still recognised as a component, I was able to run ATIflash and put a new bios in. 

Turned the PC off, took both cards out and put the 9650 into the primary slot, and it booted fine.

I still cannot even though I have tried many times

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18 hours ago, Ross Siggers said:

Do you have a system capable of taking two GPU's? I had a HD6950 with a corrupt bios, I booted into windows with it in my secondary PCIe slot, and as it was still recognised as a component, I was able to run ATIflash and put a new bios in. 

Turned the PC off, took both cards out and put the 9650 into the primary slot, and it booted fine.

Oh and when I put my GTX 750 ti on top, and the corrupted one below, it can boot into windows but it will get stuck within 2 mins of usage

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18 hours ago, Ross Siggers said:

Do you have a system capable of taking two GPU's? I had a HD6950 with a corrupt bios, I booted into windows with it in my secondary PCIe slot, and as it was still recognised as a component, I was able to run ATIflash and put a new bios in. 

Turned the PC off, took both cards out and put the 9650 into the primary slot, and it booted fine.

I've tried every possible ways of reviving the card except resoldering and using a clip to flash the bios chip so I might try these 2

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