Category: IT|Apr 1, 2021 | Author: Admin

Now these RTX 30 cards are even faster

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Galax and Gainward are now adding support for Resizable BAR on their RTX 30 Series video cards.

Galax and Gainward have added support for Resizable BAR

From now on, the RTX 3060 FE has the only card support from day one, as this is the latest from Nvidia, but it is also the case that those who produce cards for Nvidia must upgrade their firmware to support the technology that pushes the FPS. couple notch up.


What the technology does from a PCIe perspective is give the CPU access to all the RAM that the GPU uses. The CPU can therefore put work in parallel queues, instead of having to wait for each job to be completed eventually.


It has previously been announced a launch at the end of the month, and if the rest follows EVGA, we will reach it just before April, they report that an update that adds support for this will be launched tomorrow:


You can download it here (at your own risk)
Many motherboards, including a number from the AMD AM4 platform (with AGESA update, and several from Intel, have had support for some time - so it is the video card manufacturers who spend more time on this.


You can verify Resizable BAR support with GPU-Z.

Fortunately, owners of Galax cards, and those from Gainward, can now download VBIOS updates. Note that the updates must be downloaded from the Chinese websites of the manufacturers, so it may pay to use Google Translate or hope that these links are correct (we do not approve of them, and programming of new firmware on your video card is done at your own risk ):






  • Galax GeForce RTX 3090: BIOS - Resizable BAR


  • Galax GeForce RTX 3080: BIOS - Resizable BAR


  • Galax GeForce RTX 3070: BIOS - Resizable BAR


  • Galax GeForce RTX 3060 Ti: BIOS - Resizable BAR

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