There must be something wrong with either the FA0 bios or AMD Drivers.. (or maybe both ). Now I can run it flawless flashed to F2, but with FA0 it still crashes. It can be a some bios version fault, but I can be a poor support of the adrenalin to this bios version.
It's very frustrating having to use this card "boostless", not taking the most out of it. Btw I bought this one just because i thought I would be able to flash it to a more powerful version.. Otherwise I would've bought a 2060.
Here goes a comparison over the GPU-Z beetween both bios versions:
What I find strange is that the Gigabyte BIOS versions for both are identical.
I would have thought the FAO BIOS would have a slightly higher number in its version and different Release Dates instead both have the same exact same version and Release Date for both of the BIOS versions:
Release Date: January 21,2020
But they're different. This number is just for referencing. What you need to look up is the files names.. one FA0 and the other F2. This image I upload is shows the differences between them.. The left screenshot is about the FA0, the right one is about the F2.
The release dates are quite the same...
Yes, you are correct, but normally when a BIOS or file has been updated, no matter how minor, the version number is changed to reflect that BIOS change. In this case the versions are identical.
I knew by looking at both of your GPU-Z Images which was FA0 by the higher speeds.
By the way, I thought that was a very good way to show the differences between FA0 & F2.
hi all !
i have same card f0a have green screen
f2 more have stability
now i use f2
core clock 1750
memory clock 1600
1650.1750 not stable
power core 980-1005
Yeah! Same here... memory clock at 1750mhz leads it to crash ramdomly.. Do you think its due to the bios, drivers or the memory pads that cannot handle such high freq?