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Originally Posted by fyzzz View Post

I don't remember 100% what i did in that bios, but i can say for sure that i didn't mess with those values
No worries. thumb.gif

The BIOS mod only have ELPIDA memory timings from 1250 memory strap & above. Lower memory straps use original memory timings which are HYNIX. Do I need to replace them with ELPIDA memory timings too?
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No worries. thumb.gif

The BIOS mod only have ELPIDA memory timings from 1250 memory strap & above. Lower memory straps use original memory timings which are HYNIX. Do I need to replace them with ELPIDA memory timings too?
I have no idea actually. But I have always changed them too.
post #1313 of 3866
You really need them. Otherwise, switching to low memory clocks will cause timing issues.
post #1314 of 3866
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@kizwan

Many thanks for info smile.gif .

I have been thick doh.gif, you could have just changed the 65 or 00 to 55 in the existing ROM aka Fyzz one did or I did for you and it would have got us result.

I think you are onto something concerning conversion of value 65 to BIN smile.gif .

I'll hold off on 21 applaud.gif (as I can't give a 21 gun salute over the web wink.gif ) once your result is in for VDDC & VDDCI voltage reading when ROM has 55 and we have verified conversion.

I have attached a copy of the TPU ROM with whole VRAM_Info table as Fyzzz ROM (there was no device ID difference). I have edited GPU to 947MHz and RAM 1250MHz. I have raised DPM 0 to 0.993V like stock 290 ROM. If you see more than 0.993V at idle that is offset in VoltageObjectInfo at work, this only have 1 state VDDCI in bios 1.000V again if you see higher than that it is offset at work.

XFX39055K.zip 99k .zip file

*** edit ***
TPU ROM with whole VRAM_Info table as stock 290 ROM Hynix AFR/Elpida BBBG, device ID as other 390 ROM you have. GPU to 947MHz and RAM 1250MHz. I have raised DPM 0 to 0.993V like stock 290 ROM. If you see more than 0.993V at idle that is offset in VoltageObjectInfo at work, this only have 1 state VDDCI in bios 1.000V again if you see higher than that it is offset at work.

XFX39055K2.zip 102k .zip file
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@kizwan

Many thanks for info smile.gif .

I have been thick doh.gif, you could have just changed the 65 or 00 to 55 in the existing ROM aka Fyzz one did or I did for you and it would have got us result.

I think you are onto something concerning conversion of value 65 to BIN smile.gif .

I'll hold off on 21 applaud.gif (as I can't give a 21 gun salute over the web wink.gif ) once your result is in for VDDC & VDDCI voltage reading when ROM has 55 and we have verified conversion.

I have attached a copy of the TPU ROM with whole VRAM_Info table as Fyzzz ROM (there was no device ID difference). I have edited GPU to 947MHz and RAM 1250MHz. I have raised DPM 0 to 0.993V like stock 290 ROM. If you see more than 0.993V at idle that is offset in VoltageObjectInfo at work, this only have 1 state VDDCI in bios 1.000V again if you see higher than that it is offset at work.

XFX39055K.zip 99k .zip file

*** edit ***
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XFX39055K2.zip 102k .zip file
The XFX390 ROMs gave me too low VIDs for DPM 1 to 6. I'm quite lucky actually with the modded ROM I use have offset voltage 65h because the TPU XFX390 ROM with offset voltage 55h gave me black screen crash which means low VIDs. My TPU XFX390 ROM is half finished, just need to set DPM 1 to 7 VIDs with my referenced 290 VIDs. I'll update you later with voltage reading.

My referenced 290 VIDs.
Code:
------[ GPU PStates List ]------

DPM0: GPUClock =  300 MHz, VID = 0.99300 V
DPM1: GPUClock =  483 MHz, VID = 1.21200 V      4BC
DPM2: GPUClock =  662 MHz, VID = 1.20600 V      4B6
DPM3: GPUClock =  841 MHz, VID = 1.20000 V      4B0
DPM4: GPUClock =  881 MHz, VID = 1.23100 V      4CF
DPM5: GPUClock =  914 MHz, VID = 1.25000 V      4E2
DPM6: GPUClock =  939 MHz, VID = 1.25000 V      4E2
DPM7: GPUClock =  947 MHz, VID = 1.25000 V
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^ What exactly does this mean? I have a 290 running a flashed 390 bios with an overclock that requires raising voltage by 69. Learning how to raise voltage in bios is "too much" for me so i have been sticking with TRIXX for the voltage bump.

Can i use this rom for my voltage bump in place of Trixx?
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1. find your base VCORE VID APP (maybe i later add this feature into hawaiireader but for now you need external utility from stilt which can be found on page 1 of this topic)
2. use gpu-z to download bios from your card
3. edit DPM7 with base vcore + 69
4. flash
5. profit biggrin.gif
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1. find your base VCORE VID APP (maybe i later add this feature into hawaiireader but for now you need external utility from stilt which can be found on page 1 of this topic)
2. use gpu-z to download bios from your card
3. edit DPM7 with base vcore + 69
4. flash
5. profit biggrin.gif

edit DPM7

That's the second time today I've seen this. What exactly is, DPM7, and what does it do?
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DPM7 is graphic card voltage for maximal core frequency
there are 8 states for hawaii chips (except W8100 which only have 5) DPM0-DPM7

you can use hawaiibiosreader to mess with this value to match required voltage for stable operation
this value is different for each card
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Been using that newer XFX 390 bios for 2 hours.
GPU / MEM: 1015 MHz / 1375 MHz.
0mV offset.
VDDCI: 150MHz = 0.850mV / 1250MHz = 0.925mV / 1375MHz = 1.000mV.
DPM0 = 0.968mV, other left default. DPM7 shows up as 1.218mV for my ASIC.
Stilt's MLU Elpida timings.
1015_1375_968.zip 98k .zip file

With 55 @ 0xAC40 what was VDDC & VDDCI?

I've had no issues as well with 3 state VDDCI for general use/gaming/F@H since doing the mod several days ago.

Full mods in my factory ROM are now:-

- Stock GPU/RAM 1030/1325 boosted to 1100/1525.
- GPU Freq. DPMs 2 to 7 boosted per % as in OP heading Making OC bios like factory pre OC'd card/ROM.
- 3 States VDDCI (150MHz@0.850mV 1250MHz@0.925mV 1525MHz@1.000mV).
- GPU Clock 2 matched to DPM 2 GPU Freq.
- Mem Freq. DPM 1 & 2 @ 1250MHz.
- All DPMs manually voltage fixed and tested.
- Efficiency @ idle table matched to DPM0.
- Timings improved for straps 1250MHz & 1375MHz to Stilt's AFR.
- Timings improved for straps 1500MHz & 1625MHz to Stock 1250MHz AFR.
- Standard fan mode Profile improved for clocks/voltage being run.

Fixing the voltage manually has given me DPM 0-2 with higher GPU freq with lower voltage than stock ROM. DPM 3-4 use same voltage as stock ROM but higher GPU freq. DPM 5 in modded ROM has 1MHz lower GPU clock as stock ROM DPM 7 but lower voltage by 60mv.

Thoroughly impressed by gains from modding overall.

Just wanna nail 390/X MC timings into ROM then that may widened the performance boost I'm getting clock for clock vs Grenada XT, currently 1-3% from limited testing.
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