Today, EVGA releases firmware version 80.10.37, targeted at its GeForce GTX 780 graphics card chipset, which updates and improves the compatibility with various motherboards.
To verify what your current version is, go to NVIDIA Control Panel, click on the Help option, and the System Information. Now, if you scroll down in the details window, you should be able to read your current video BIOS version.
As for installing the firmware, first make sure no programs are running in the background, so that they don’t interfere with the upgrade, and afterwards, open “update.exe” from within the downloadable archive.
Now, press “Y” and then “Enter” to start the update. Bear in mind that the process mustn’t be interrupted through a power-off or a system restart. Moreover, if the update is applied, it will be attached to the card no matter what.
A last required step would be that after the upgrade finishes, the computer must be restarted so that the changes take effect, and after it boots back up, you can also check the video BIOS version again to ensure that the update is successful.
Now that you took into account all the important aspects, from the below list, make sure to choose the link that best describes your graphics card chipset.