One of our two Titan RTX cards has a VBIOS bug that limits the frequency to 1350MHz, similar to what we saw on a dying RTX 2080 Ti card previously.
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We have two Titan RTX cards, one of which is presently dysfunctional. Fortunately, we think it's as simple as a VBIOS reflash to fix it, but we are parting with this card to help NVIDIA get to the bottom of the issue. If we fix it, which a reflash probably will do, it will make it difficult for NVIDIA to diagnose and fix. The good news is that we can still work on SLI/NVLINK Titan RTX benchmarks, but our Titan RTX review will hit the channel first, with a Titan RTX tear-down around the same time. In this video, we show how you can use NVFlash64.exe to fix the issue (most likely), although it should be an uncommon one.
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