Not unless the VBIOS is faulty, and they rarely are. The VBIOS is really primitive, only containing identification as well as a fan and P state table. On cards with two VBIOSs one is usually more aggressive (performance geared) and the other more balanced, so you can switch between them to see if you notice a difference, but crashing under a heavy load but not under a light one...I would suspect a PSU issue, especially if it happens under more artificial stress tests such as 3DMark or AIDA64 GPU stress.
I was researching and it is just the way you say, the primary one is a performance vbios and the other one is a quiet one.
I did the change to see how it goes and I still got one crash while playing the witcher 3 so I continued reading forums and I found many people reinstalling the 20.4.2 drivers without the adrenalin software, which I did. After that I had a long gaming sesh and no crashes happened, hopefully the issue is fixed by now. Also I did a fan curve with msi afterburner al limited the core clock to 1950.
Sorry if I mispelled or something, english is not my first language.