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Yeah, the "orange box" in the VoltageObjectInfo is pointer to where the offset voltage located in VoltageObjectInfo & the (two bytes) hex preceding the offset voltage is pointer to where the offset voltage located in i2c dump. If you clear DF to 00 in the ROM, did you get 00 at offset 0x6D in i2c dump?

I haven't cleared, reason why DF is not located in i2cdump @ 0x8D aka VDDC only, which is then seen on MSI AB slider. DF is also not located in i2cdump @ 0x26 aka VDDC/VDDCI which is not seen in MSI AB slider but only known by comparing set voltages in ROM vs reading in monitoring.

Location 0x6D in the i2cdump is something but what it is I don't know.

I now don't believe in VoltageObjectInfo the pointer points to offset, I believe it points to beginning of programming of IR3567B (aka Voltage Object Information).

Each preceding value to data is giving location of it in i2cdump but it also denotes what element of IR3567B is being programmed for. Also from my previous times viewing when on Guru3D, this table grows backwards ie from FF 00 01 07 0C (you will see in image I will link below) ie where beginning of VRAM_GPIO_DetectionInfo is IMO.

I did a ROM for a member on Sapphire forum via PM as you can't give a bios via public side of forum. He had a Vapor-X 290X STD like mine, his issue was black screen at stock clocks. I asked him for i2cdump (did not have as much info as now to know what to look for in it) and his stock ROM.

His stock ROM the same as mine ie no VDDC only offset in VoltageObjectInfo but he had +25mV as offset in i2cdump (0x8D 04h). As you know my same ROM gives me +31.25mV (0x8D 05h). SO this means due to lack of programming in VoltageObjectInfo it's taking it from IR3567B memory feature(MTP) IMO.
3 way i2cdump vs voltageobjectinfo (Click to show)

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I have not marked every hex corresponding with i2cdump on right for XFX 390 ROM, but I/you can see them.

The only thing I don't know (besides other things!) is how The Stilt has stated +25mV VDDC & -6.25mV VDDCI for my ROM using FF @ 0x26.

Basically 0x8D is showing 05h = 5 x 6.25mV = 31.25mV and the 0x26 FFh is deducting - 6.25mV, as well as VDDCI. But I don't see that deduction in stock ROM, but I am now seeing it in 3 state VDDCI ROM for 2 states (0.850V@150MHz ~0.844V, 0.925V@1250MHz ~0.922V, 1.000V@1525MHz ~1.000V).

Currently reading about Two's Complement and need to learn some more maths skills / about programming.

You see if you take 0x26 as FFh it is -1 and it's location is VDDC & VDDCI offset in i2cdump.
Eight-bit Two's Complement Integers (Click to show)

Now when we convert FF to binary like you were for 65h @ 0x26 I can't get it as -1 separated as VDDC/VDDCI as don't know the maths / programming calc.

XFX 390 ROM 0x26 in i2cdump
Code:
65h = 0110 0101b

0110b = 6 (DEC) : 6 x 6.25mV = +37.50mV : 993mV + 37.5mV = ~1.03050V (VDDC)
0101b = 5 (DEC) : 5 x 6.25mV = +31.25mV : 1000mV + 31.25mV = ~1.03125V (VDDCI)

Vapor-X 290X STD / OC / Updated OC ROMs 0x26 in i2cdump
Code:
FFh = ???? ????b

????b = -1 (DEC) : -1 x 6.25mV = -6.25mV VDDC
????b = -1 (DEC) : -1 x 6.25mV = -6.25mV VDDCI

We have already deduced 0x90 to 0xCF in i2cdump is monitoring values. Then we know what 0x26 and 0x8D is, I will later test when I adjust sliders in MSI AB for say Aux Voltage, etc what happens to i2cdump.
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again i dont see any reason for digging vcore offset as you can set it much better with DPM states
spend your energy on other matters like LLC, switching VRM frequency, DP64 performance, CU unlock and stuff like that biggrin.gif
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Yeah, the "orange box" in the VoltageObjectInfo is pointer to where the offset voltage located in VoltageObjectInfo & the (two bytes) hex preceding the offset voltage is pointer to where the offset voltage located in i2c dump. If you clear DF to 00 in the ROM, did you get 00 at offset 0x6D in i2c dump?

I haven't cleared, reason why DF is not located in i2cdump @ 0x8D aka VDDC only, which is then seen on MSI AB slider. DF is also not located in i2cdump @ 0x26 aka VDDC/VDDCI which is not seen in MSI AB slider but only known by comparing set voltages in ROM vs reading in monitoring.

Location 0x6D in the i2cdump is something but what it is I don't know.

I now don't believe in VoltageObjectInfo the pointer points to offset, I believe it points to beginning of programming of IR3567B (aka Voltage Object Information).
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Each preceding value to data is giving location of it in i2cdump but it also denotes what element of IR3567B is being programmed for. Also from my previous times viewing when on Guru3D, this table grows backwards ie from FF 00 01 07 0C (you will see in image I will link below) ie where beginning of VRAM_GPIO_DetectionInfo is IMO.

I did a ROM for a member on Sapphire forum via PM as you can't give a bios via public side of forum. He had a Vapor-X 290X STD like mine, his issue was black screen at stock clocks. I asked him for i2cdump (did not have as much info as now to know what to look for in it) and his stock ROM.

His stock ROM the same as mine ie no VDDC only offset in VoltageObjectInfo but he had +25mV as offset in i2cdump (0x8D 04h). As you know my same ROM gives me +31.25mV (0x8D 05h). SO this means due to lack of programming in VoltageObjectInfo it's taking it from IR3567B memory feature(MTP) IMO.
3 way i2cdump vs voltageobjectinfo (Click to show)

[/IMG]

I have not marked every hex corresponding with i2cdump on right for XFX 390 ROM, but I/you can see them.

The only thing I don't know (besides other things!) is how The Stilt has stated +25mV VDDC & -6.25mV VDDCI for my ROM using FF @ 0x26.

Basically 0x8D is showing 05h = 5 x 6.25mV = 31.25mV and the 0x26 FFh is deducting - 6.25mV, as well as VDDCI. But I don't see that deduction in stock ROM, but I am now seeing it in 3 state VDDCI ROM for 2 states (0.850V@150MHz ~0.844V, 0.925V@1250MHz ~0.922V, 1.000V@1525MHz ~1.000V).

Currently reading about Two's Complement and need to learn some more maths skills / about programming.

You see if you take 0x26 as FFh it is -1 and it's location is VDDC & VDDCI offset in i2cdump.
Eight-bit Two's Complement Integers (Click to show)

Now when we convert FF to binary like you were for 65h @ 0x26 I can't get it as -1 separated as VDDC/VDDCI as don't know the maths / programming calc.

XFX 390 ROM 0x26 in i2cdump
Code:
65h = 0110 0101b

0110b = 6 (DEC) : 6 x 6.25mV = +37.50mV : 993mV + 37.5mV = ~1.03050V (VDDC)
0101b = 5 (DEC) : 5 x 6.25mV = +31.25mV : 1000mV + 31.25mV = ~1.03125V (VDDCI)

Vapor-X 290X STD / OC / Updated OC ROMs 0x26 in i2cdump
Code:
FFh = ???? ????b

????b = -1 (DEC) : -1 x 6.25mV = -6.25mV VDDC
????b = -1 (DEC) : -1 x 6.25mV = -6.25mV VDDCI

We have already deduced 0x90 to 0xCF in i2cdump is monitoring values. Then we know what 0x26 and 0x8D is, I will later test when I adjust sliders in MSI AB for say Aux Voltage, etc what happens to i2cdump.
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@kizwan

MLU builds, what sets 0x8D in i2cdump aka VDDC only offset floating around in VoltageObjectInfo.



I have attached those ROMs, flash one and get i2cdump wink.gif .

MLU_1075e-1375m.zip 304k .zip file
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again i dont see any reason for digging vcore offset as you can set it much better with DPM states
spend your energy on other matters like LLC, switching VRM frequency, DP64 performance, CU unlock and stuff like that biggrin.gif

When Mihastar posted this:-
Quote:
Originally Posted by MihaStar View Post

I have plenty of VRM design experience, and "conversion losses" sound like "switching losses", because "conduction losses" remain the same as the main power components (inductor and FETs) are left intact.

I see only one way of improving the efficiency - just lowering the PWM frequency. Then we'll have some power saved in five FET drivers, and possibly, some power in the FETs directly.

Certainly, I could take the card to work and check the VRM operation with an oscilloscope, but it will take some time... I hoped your answer would be quicker... rolleyes.gifwink.gif
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finding offset for VRM switch frequency would be interesting biggrin.gif

This would be in VoltageObjectInfo, as I believe this is where in MLU build:-
Quote:
- Optimized VRM configuration (lower switching / conduction losses >> improved efficiency / thermals)

You may have also noted The Stilt when asked if I should use MLU VoltageObjectInfo with my card he said no, due to VRM design difference.

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Originally Posted by OneB1t View Post

@gupsterg: check VoltageObjectInfo/VRAM_GPIO_DetectionInfo there are some VRM control setting there

Quote:
Originally Posted by OneB1t View Post

yes there are dangerous values in VoltageObjectInfo but i think that we can swap this table between bioses without bad impact

so you want some bios without voltage limit? then swap whole table from PT1 bios and here we go biggrin.gif

my idea is that entire ir3567b setting can be found in this table smile.gif and now that we have ir3565b datasheet which is 99% same as 3567b except more lanes
that can be way to understand what value is what (also there is i2c dump and table with offsets into i2c dump)
Quote:
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Is there a way to find the VDDC Limit set on some roms?

Using PT Based roms, we have a somewhat unlimited Voltage Range. But most roms peak lower than 1.4V.
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yep we talked about it later its somewhere in VoltageObjectInfo so you can swap this table from PT bios into other bios

SO if we investigate VoltageObjectInfo we learn how PT1 works, some have been after MLU without:-
Quote:
- Maximum GPU VDD 1.36875V, VDDCI 1.14375V

Now when I asked The Stilt how to zero offsets in my ROM he stated 00 0x26 which is i2cdump. I believe my VoltageObjectInfo table requires extra programming to remove the offsets programmed to IR3567B and he won't add/elaborate on those, as then it may reveal info that he doesn't wish to be (or due to NDA) in the public domain.
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SO if we investigate VoltageObjectInfo we learn how PT1 works, some have been after MLU without:-
Now when I asked The Stilt how to zero offsets in my ROM he stated 00 0x26 which is i2cdump. I believe my VoltageObjectInfo table requires extra programming to remove the offsets programmed to IR3567B and he won't add/elaborate on those, as then it may reveal info that he doesn't wish to be (or due to NDA) in the public domain.
I remember about you, guys, and I even brought the card to work to make some experiments and measurements in VRM.
Moreover, I've got some interesting results, but I have a great lack of free time these days, so I hope to return to you on weekend with something really useful... rolleyes.gif
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Great smile.gif , I look forward to your post smile.gif .

@OneB1t & @kizwan

Even though The Stilt has advised not to use MLU on my card, I will be tonight getting i2cdumps for M25P.bin , M375P.bin & M50P.bin (aka GPU 1075 RAM 1375 with +25mV, +37.5mV & +50mV).

I used them way back when he'd posted them and when Mihastar queried FL malfunction and had no adverse effect. Perhaps I used them short period/low loads thus not an issue? but having looked at VoltageObjectInfo back on Guru3D and now here I think I need to get further with it smile.gif, may that be by sacrificing my card redface.gif .
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@kizwan

I hope it now makes sense smile.gif .
MLU-1075e1375m 25mV(M25P.bin) (Click to show)
MLU-1075e1375m 37.5mV(M375P.bin) (Click to show)
MLU-1075e1375m 50mV(M50P.bin) (Click to show)

In ZIP is screenie, VEN file + i2cdump via MSI AB, AiDA64 registers & SMBus files smile.gif . M37P folder has a rerun folder as original screenie I had forget to set sensors page how I wanted in GPU-Z. Only after I did that rerun I thought better grab AiDA64 data as well, thus timestamps differ for those files as rerun all roms again redface.gif.

Link:- MLU data zip
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I'm having trouble using tablecalculator.
Code:
Enter begin of changed table in hex b03e
Enter lenght difference of table in hex a
Enter (+) or (-) for lenght difference +
Result: (h)ex (s)witch position of hex pairs s
ª
Invalid number.  Numeric constants are either decimal (17),
hexadecimal (0x11), or octal (021).
( was unexpected at this time.
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Are you running command prompt as administrator?
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