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El oh el. Sad day. I'll give it some runs tomorrow with 3D Mark 11 then. I don't have Metro redface.gif
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El oh el. Sad day. I'll give it some runs tomorrow with 3D Mark 11 then. I don't have Metro redface.gif

boooo you could of ran it already biggrin.gif
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post #1933 of 38704
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I'm getting "No Valid Adapter Found" through ATIWinflash, ATIFlash (DOS, and RBE Editor. Any fix for this? Do I have to physically remove a card from the system versus just removing the bridge? Also, the "info" command returns the same "No Adapters Found"
Used:
(atiwinflash.exe)(atiflash.exe) -p -f bios.bin
(atiwinflash.exe)(atiflash.exe) -pa bios.bin
EDIT: I see you are in the ASUS GPU Tweak folder, is there a certain ATI(Win)Flash I need to use that's in that?

Snelan... what exactly have you done so far?
I'll walk u through it
I can already see ur doing it wrong

- Use this bios.
Asus.HD7970.3072.111220.zip 41k .zip file
Once you have extracted it, rename it to ASUS.bin

Once in DOS, type the following.....
atiflash.exe -fs -p 0 asus.bin for master GPU

and if you have multi gpu's
atiflash.exe -fs -p 1 asus.bin for 2nd
atiflash.exe -fs -p 2 asus.bin for 3rd
atiflash.exe -fs -p 3 asus.bin for 4th
Edited by Denim-187 - 1/25/12 at 5:20am
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After playing alot with Quad-Fire 4X 7970, here's my observations.

I'm stuck at 1250/1600 for now. No matter the voltage. Strange...

I get the same speed at 1.225v that I get at 1.25v and 1.3v. It doesn't crash, but I get artifacts at those voltages, but can't get higher. So my cards are now at 1.225v. 1.25v and 1.3v are now possible and stable, but I can't get faster cores speed with those higher voltages. Interesting...

My low 1.05v VID card is limiting me. The 3 others with a VID of 1.1125v can do 1335/1700. Really interesting

1 weak link that is slowing the Quad set-up... But it's not like 1250/1600 is bad with 4 cards at 1.225v. Nice and cool with that low voltage. biggrin.gif

On air, I was stuck at 1175/1600. And 1.3v was impossible and crashing

So water gave me higher core speed, and the posssibility to go at 1.25v and 1.3v without any problems. On air, 1.25v or 1.3v was crashing. Probably the low VID card...

But 1.225v gives me the same speed. 1.25v and 1.3v are not doing anything for my low VID card. It's like the low VID card is limited to that voltage. Hum.

For those interested, on water, my cores are at 26 celsius idle and never goes over 35-38 on high loads. Nice and cool.

Huummm. Something is strange here, and not working right. Is there a hard coded limit in the BIOS limiting the voltage on those low VID cards? Probably. It's not logical that I can't push the cards faster with 1.25v and 1.3v compared to 1.225v...

I know Asus are working on a new BIOS to be able to use higher voltage and bette OC, like 1.35v. So I will wait for better utilities, BIOS and drivers. And will play at 1250/1600 for now.
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Tested Metro2033, very GPU intensive where every FPS counts. I tested using stock 1375mhz memory clock all the way through but made a comparison of when its overclocked also.
Single Card results...
900mhz: 62.08
1000mhz: 66.35
1100mhz: 70.91
1200mhz: 74.32
1300mhz: 78.22
1200mhz/1375mhz 74.32
1200mhz/1700mhz 77.68

Memory overclock results.
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- It seems as though every 100mhz on the core in Metro2033 gives 4 FPS. Of course other titles will vary, but in my opinion, 4 FPS in a worst case scenario is not too bad. Adding the 3 FPS to the total of all the above results will give you an indication of the memory overclocked versions ot the results.

Wow, thanks so much for doing that Denim! I had no idea that the card would continue to scale so evenly passed 1000mhz! 4fps is 4fps; that's substantial. Can't wait to get mine under water today. I hope I win the chip lottery.
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derickwm
AMD cards are hard coded to throttle in Furmark. The drivers detect the Furmark exec and the card is automatically throttled down. AMD even said so themselves. smile.gif i don't even use Furmark anymore. Useless.
To test for stability, the Metro 2033 is a much better tool. Try a loop of 5 times the Metro 2033 benchmarks tool. Then you will know if you're stable.
Metro 2033 will crash at the smallest instability in your system, be it CPU, memory or GPU.
If you don't have Metro 2033, then try 3D Mark 11, like a 5 times loop.

If you set powertune to +20% Furmark doesn't throttle.
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Originally Posted by snelan View Post

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Originally Posted by Ken1649 View Post

AT YOUR OWN RISK thumbsupsmiley.png

http://hwbot.org/forum/showthread.php?t=36905
 

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I'm getting "No Valid Adapter Found" through ATIWinflash, ATIFlash (DOS, and RBE Editor. Any fix for this? Do I have to physically remove a card from the system versus just removing the bridge? Also, the "info" command returns the same "No Adapters Found"

Used:

(atiwinflash.exe)(atiflash.exe) -p -f bios.bin

(atiwinflash.exe)(atiflash.exe) -pa bios.bin

EDIT: I see you are in the ASUS GPU Tweak folder, is there a certain ATI(Win)Flash I need to use that's in that?

 

Did you use the pack from that link? http://www.mediafire.com/?63r7qz63d14rl17


First, you have to toggle the BIOS switch to position #1 (see pic below). Position #2 is a backup protected BIOS.

 

There's a new BIOS from Denim in POST #2 (I supposed it's tested by Denim). It's a long name Asus.HD7970.3072.111220.bin

 

Since RBE does not support 7970 yet, there's no way to rename it so you have to type the full name??? (edit: just saw Denim's post above).

 

Use Atiflash type "atiflash -i", you should see the 7970 adapter.

 

Crossfire ~ Quadfire;

 

To flash card no. 1 "atiflash -fs - p 0 Asus.HD7970.3072.111220.bin"

To flash card no. 2 "atiflash -fs - p 1 Asus.HD7970.3072.111220.bin"

To flash card no. 3 "atiflash -fs - p 2 Asus.HD7970.3072.111220.bin"

To flash card no. 4 "atiflash -fs - p 3 Asus.HD7970.3072.111220.bin"

 

Edit:

 

Uninstall Catalyst drivers to avoid possible conflicts (BIOS-Registry-Driver) prior to flashing.

 

bios-switch.jpg


Capture.JPG

 

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Edited by Ken1649 - 1/25/12 at 6:21am
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What is the advantage of flashing over to an Asus Firmware?
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What is the advantage of flashing over to an Asus Firmware?


It's unlocked BIOS.

 

 

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It's unlocked BIOS.

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Woaw eek.gif

That would only be helpfull for watercoolers it looks like though. since the reference cooler wont be able to reach that high anyway.
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