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@samuris

The performance is from the tightened RAM timings in ROM, you can do that to another ROM smile.gif . Another addition to performance from that ROM is it's using 390 memory timings, you can do that to another ROM also smile.gif . You are probably gain just a little more on top of those two performance gains by using 390 ROM.

I can mod 290_HYNIX_MOD_V1.7.rom to an offset you require, just be aware the additional offset will add to the already +37.5mV invisible VDDC offset, unless zero'd.

@spyshagg

Use manual modding for things which are not supported by HR, as that will be quicker and easier smile.gif .
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What do you advise me? have you a better rom ? a rom with tightened RAM timings and with 390 memory timings without this +37.5mv invisible, i need +75mv (but better if visible) for boot correctly.
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with 390x 4gb rom i had so low temps but no additionnal offset on boot make my computer bug (same on original bios), with this rom it rapidly burn but not more than 75 on vrm with good fan profil ^^
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@samuris

In the other thread you also attached The Stilt's MLU build (M50P.bin) are you happy with that at +75mV visible offset?

That ROM has the latest UEFI,etc out there for 290/X, so to me the best 290/X ROM to base modding on. I will add 390 MC timings and tightened RAM in straps 1500MHz & 1625MHz? do you want tighter RAM in 1750MHz?

Only as your native language is not English I will do these mods for you.
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Hey guys, is there any solution to fix stuck/broken VRM sensor? My VRM2 sensor show a constant reading, doesn't matter if it's on idle or on load.
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All monitoring apps same result?
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Had my card black out under load, SCII Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
GPU-ZSensorLog-Crash.txt 688k .txt file
Played 2hrs Soild ED last night,
Today opened SCII, had it on windowed in main menu; cata. 15.7 stopped recovered, stopped then froze,
Rebooted, stared SCII again went into campain watched a vidoe, blacksceen,
Rebooted, " " " " " " " " " "


I am flashed to: 290_ELPIDA_STOCK_V1.7.rom, and have no OC open, regedit ULPS to 0,

Report generated on 02/09/16 20:58:05

Card name: AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
GPU: Hawaii
Device Id: 1002-67B1 : 1682-9395
Die Size: 438 mm²
Bus Interface: PCI-E 3.0 x16 @ x8 1.1
Memory Size: 4096 MB
Memory Type: GDDR5
Memory Bus Width: 512 bit
ROPs: 64
Shaders: 2560 Unified / DirectX 12 (12_0)
Driver Version: 15.200.1062.1003 Catalyst 15.7.1
BIOS Version: 015.049.000.000.000000
BIOS Part Number: 113-GRENADA_XT_C671_D5_8GB_HY_W83
UEFI Support: Yes
Clocks: 947 / 1250 MHz

ideas?
Edited by i2CY - Yesterday at 6:14 pm View History
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

@samuris

In the other thread you also attached The Stilt's MLU build (M50P.bin) are you happy with that at +75mV visible offset?

That ROM has the latest UEFI,etc out there for 290/X, so to me the best 290/X ROM to base modding on. I will add 390 MC timings and tightened RAM in straps 1500MHz & 1625MHz? do you want tighter RAM in 1750MHz?

Only as your native language is not English I will do these mods for you.

Yes i'm happy with +75mv but +80 for be safe can be better i don't know actual card seems a bit random, and yes i want tighter ram in 1750mhz, really thanks man and sorry for my english,
change bios interested me so much I will try to understand the tutorial later, thank you
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Hi, first of all thanks again for taking the time to explain to us the noobz all that , thats a loooot of new information to precess and my english is not perfect neither rolleyes.gif
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Thank you smile.gif , still hoping to add content / improve it with all of us working on "ROM" smile.gif .
In addition to Oneb1t's info, some are finding the 390 ROM is still yielding extra performance.

For example IIRC @fyzzz card performs best with 390 ROM and @Kizwan did a compare of 390 ROM with some mods vs 290 ROM with same RAM strap timings and 390 Memory Controller timings.

1st and 2nd result in this Link:- http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7432553/fs/7434854/fs/7435150
So, i thought after reading that that the 390 rom was still "better" than a 290 rom with 390's MC timing and memory timing.
That why i wanted to use "290_HYNIX_MOD_V1.7.rom" as a base (because it use the XFX390 bios right ?).
So, the issu from that rom (beside the outdated UEFI part over the MLU) is the "invisible offset" ? what if i change the 26 00 65 00 to 26 00 00 00 ?

Finally, is there any advantage in basing a rom on stock rom vs the MLU rom ?
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@gupsterg
Yes i'm happy with +75mv but +80 for be safe can be better i don't know actual card seems a bit random, and yes i want tighter ram in 1750mhz, really thanks man and sorry for my english,
change bios interested me so much I will try to understand the tutorial later, thank you

Try these smile.gif , rename files to whatever you want when flashing.

< removed see posts further on >

I didn't do 1750Mhz strap timings, first test you can do that clock then I'll add them. I added 390 MC timings MOD plus RAM clocks 1126-1375 use Stilt's AFR timings, RAM clocks 1376 - 1625 use stock 1250MHz strap timings.
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Hi, first of all thanks again for taking the time to explain to us the noobz all that , thats a loooot of new information to precess and my english is not perfect neither rolleyes.gif

No worries smile.gif , I / we are still learning as well wink.gif .
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So, i thought after reading that that the 390 rom was still "better" than a 290 rom with 390's MC timing and memory timing.

Yes, could be, depends on your card.
Quote:
Originally Posted by eucalyptux View Post

That why i wanted to use "290_HYNIX_MOD_V1.7.rom" as a base (because it use the XFX390 bios right ?).
So, the issue from that rom (beside the outdated UEFI part over the MLU) is the "invisible offset" ? what if i change the 26 00 65 00 to 26 00 00 00 ?

Then no more offset wink.gif .
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Originally Posted by eucalyptux View Post

Finally, is there any advantage in basing a rom on stock rom vs the MLU rom?

Again you would need to test.

I wasn't really using MLU rom much as had a Vapor-X 290X (custom PCB) installed in my PC. I may try it on my newly acquired Tri-X 290 as that is ref PCB.
Edited by gupsterg - 2/11/16 at 3:22pm
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