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post #1571 of 3620
if new table is shorter than old table then just paste shorter table into old longer and its done wink.gif (dont touch few bytes which will left from old table its fine)
you need to move all tables only if you increasing lenght
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Agree that method can be used smile.gif .

Why I did what I did in video:-

a) I prefer to mod that way so there isn't empty bytes that someone may wonder if they can be used to enable something like we find in some tables.

b) was making video to show how Lard's table calculator is used.
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390 bios vs PT1 bios, with same timings and clockspeed:
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7408916/fs/7401113
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Fyzzz Results (Click to show)
390 bios vs PT1 bios, with same stock timings and upped clockspeeds (1200/1750):
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7371791/fs/7371894#

390 bios vs PT1 bios, with same timings upped clockspeeds (1200/1750):
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7408916/fs/7401113

Taking your results I'd say I see similar gains.

My Results over the course of modding ROM:-

Stock AMD 290X vs VX290X STD vs VX290X STD (1100/1525) vs VX290X STD RAM MOD (1100/1525) vs VX290X STD 390 MC + RAM MOD (1100/1525)

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/6484784/fs/6484610/fs/6485151/fs/6468814/fs/7374909

Stock AMD 290X vs VX290X STD, the +3% GPU & +6% RAM clocks yield 2% increase in performance. I have not tested to see if 1030/1325 will be stable at lower voltage but the way my card is Sapphire have added +31.25mV over EVV voltage for DPM7 (1.24375V + offset for that GPU clock, see note at end).

Stock AMD vs VX290X STD (1100/1525), the +10% GPU & +22% RAM clocks yields ~8% increase in performance. Requires ~+43.75mV over EVV DPM7 to be stable (as this test done setting clocks via MSI AB it's 1.24375V + offset) .

Now the next set of results compared with VX290X STD (1100/1525) are at no cost of voltage increase, so technically a very efficient gain.

RAM MOD yields +3% over VX290X STD (1100/1525), more than the 2% gain Stock AMD 290X vs VX290X STD.

390X MC + RAM MOD yield ~5% over VX290X STD (1100/1525), way more than the 2% gain Stock AMD 290X vs VX290X STD.

Stock AMD 290X vs VX290X STD 390 MC + RAM MOD (1100/1525), the +10% GPU & +22% RAM clocks plus MC + RAM MOD yield ~12.5% performance gain in total.


EVV Note:

When GPU clock rise in a ROM over AMD stock, GPU VID lowers under EVV. This "phenomenon" does not occur if EVV is not used and manual VID set.

*** When we read EVV voltage via Stilts app or AIDA64 it does not take into account an voltage core offset present in ROM or IR3567B ***
My card Stock AMD clock DPM 7 EVV (Click to show)
My card at out of box GPU clock DPM 7 EVV (Click to show)
My card 1100 clock DPM 7 EVV (Click to show)

At stock AMD clocks my EVV VID for DPM7 is 1.25V (based on ASIC profiling done by ROM), my final ROM in 3dMark FS compare is at ~1.30V manual VID. So 4% increase in VID yielding 12.5% performance gain IMO.
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@gupsterg, when you were doing my mod, did u see if there's any difference between my ares 3 MC timings and normal 290X MC timings ?
I'm wondering if asus made som tweaks to super uber dabest Ares 3 biggrin.gif

What bout the frequency ? U remember my card has stock mc clock of 1350MHz instead of 1250Mhz(or something like that). Do u think this has any influence on my high stock mem clock capability ?
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I have been testing 290 MC in 390 ROM. This is the comparison.

390 ROM with Stilt's & tighten 290 memory straps (first two)
vs.
390 ROM with 290 MC (stock memory straps)
vs.
390 ROM with 290 MC (FF F1 bench timings)
vs.
390 ROM with 290 MC (tighten memory straps with timings from 290X Vapor-X)


http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7379518/fs/7380017/fs/7380936/fs/7406566/fs/7409552



@gupsterg, Can you merge both Hynix AFR + Elpida BBBG in one table?
Edited by kizwan - 2/1/16 at 9:03am
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Thanks for the great tips @grupster and @OneB1t!!

I lost ~100 points in the graphics score moving to x99, I feel this would have been 16300+ graphics score with my 4770k at 5.0

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10564950

I also tested this with my daily 1200 1750 clocks and gained ~200 points with no other changes except the 390 memory block.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10564823
    
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Quote:
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@gupsterg, when you were doing my mod, did u see if there's any difference between my ares 3 MC timings and normal 290X MC timings? I'm wondering if asus made som tweaks to super uber dabest Ares 3 biggrin.gif

No, as I can't tell where the MC timings are redface.gif .

In post 1331 I placed an image, left side my 290X AFR, right side 390X AJR.
Here it is (Click to show)

Now the top red section differs as part of that is a) table length b) revision c) pointers to sections after that are 4 empty bytes, then RAM IC setup start. Next blue & pink segments are identical, green section differs as they are RAM straps/timings. Aqua section differs at the end, also see the note that if there are 2 RAM ICs what happens there. Next the purple section is identical, its even identical in a VRAM_Info with 2 RAM ICs or even 3 like this ROM.

SO in my educated guess I thought 390 MC timings are in the aqua section, I copied that into my VRAM_Info table, this was what I called v1.0 390MC test. This didn't give a boost in performance or stability or cause instability.
SO then I did v2.0, in spoiler is info on that plus v0.0 test, etc (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

v0.0 circa Oct 2015 (link to posts)

I copied complete 390/X VRAM_Info (Hynix AJR) into my ROM. Added stock Hynix AFR timings and only adjusted supported memory size (80h to 40h) (not aware of density at the time). This basically was unstable at even RAM frequencies that stock factory ROM would attain, so I never checked performance. As Stilt shed no further info when I asked in linked post/thread, I abandoned project.

v1.0 circa 5 days ago (link to post)

Here I only copied what I thought is 390 MC timings into my stock AFR VRAM_Info. I saw no performance gain or stability gain.

v2.0 circa 3 days ago (no link as conducted off forum)

Here I modified 390/X VRAM_Info (Hynix AJR).

a) 80h to 40h for RAM size.
b) 53h to 43h RAM density.
c) added AFR stock timings.
d) changed RAM IC ID ie text length 0B.

This I've seen consistent small performance gain, I don't think yet gained further stability, but there is no instability gaming (4hrs) or F@H (16hrs+) (1100/1525 or 1100/1575).

Due to the testing I did aka v0.0 vs v1.0 vs v2.0 MC Timings are either in the red section or red and aqua section.
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What bout the frequency ? U remember my card has stock mc clock of 1350MHz instead of 1250Mhz(or something like that). Do u think this has any influence on my high stock mem clock capability ?

No influence, originally I thought it set MC frequency. As when I compared stock ROMs with factory OC'd ROMs that frequency was matched to highest RAM freq. in a ROM. Even if it was out of sync in testing there was no drop or gain in performance, so that section in post 1 was written on basis to make like the "best practice" I was seeing in ROMs.

It was only when I was querying The Stilt about MLU PowerPlay, he revealed PowerPlay can have more states of VDDCI for RAM frequency. At that point I learned all the frequency did was be a link to what VDDCI to use. I did a mod of 2 & 3 states VDDCI and it failed, the Stilt then presented some pointers which I had to decrypt, this taught me about PowerPlay directory structure. OP post has been updated with new info, only got to add 2 or 3 state VDDCI/Frequency mod info there now (successfully done smile.gif ) .

@kizwan

You can run Stilts timings at 1500MHz? I was getting artifacts at desktop after about 1440 ish IIRC.

I wouldn't know how yet, you see we could make the red section in image above to be appropriate for 2 or even 3 RAM IC support but the aqua section I wouldn't know how to tackle (haven't really spent much time on it, as generally been busy smile.gif ).

@matty50racer

Cheers for share smile.gif .

BTW your ROM is showing as 8GB in 3dmark results, have you got a 8GB card or you didn't change supported RAM size and density on your mod of 390 MC?
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anyone that know to mod my bios becouse in 2d mode the core clock fluctuates a lot
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In short v2.0 390 MC mod is as The Stilt posted back in July 15 but I edit the IC identifier text to what IC timings are in table as well.
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To get around the MEMCLK barrier in Grenada, AMD has latched some of the memory controller related timings (through bios). So for higher than 1375MHz use 390 memory block with corrected memory density and corrected timings.

This has given the best performance boost out of all my attempts at 390 MC mod.
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