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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

PT1 / PT 3
what is it?

so uP6266 data is a part of VoltageObjectInfo, than i don't understand why aida64 reads different values for stock bios and 390bios in which i insert stock VoltageObjectInfo

stock
[ ATI I2C Device GPU #1 / B06-D53 ]
00D0 12 01 00 40 A2 A2 A2 A2 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF ...@............

390bios with inserted stock VoltageObjectInfo
[ ATI I2C Device GPU #1 / B06-D53 ]
00D0 12 01 00 40 F0 A2 A2 A2 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF ...@............
post #1912 of 3689
I found another reason why blackscreens might be happening.



While testing OCCT with the new bios (390mod v1.8), with the program always running I start testing from stock and gradually increase mhz until the software detects errors, when it detects errors I increase the vddc a little, and i keep doing this in steps of 10mhz.


I started from 1000 all the way up to 1150mhz @ 68mv fully stable in OCCT and firestrike. No blackscreens.
But, if I reboot the computer and start OCCT with the card already at 1150@68mv = instant blackscreen. But If I increase the mhz little by little = OK



It has to do with load.

I can start games and firestrike directly with 1150@68mv with no blackscreens. But the transition from idle to extreme high loads (OCCT) = blackscreen.

The gpu can handle 1150@68mv. Its the transition from idle to load that kills it.


Maybe I should alter all dpm states to the final speed/vddc and test it.
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Originally Posted by gungstar View Post

what is it?

They are 2 ROMs released by Peter Tan aka Shamino and Shammy. He released the first modded ROMs for 290X and volt mods IIRC.

Link:- https://www.kingpincooling.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2473

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Originally Posted by gungstar View Post

so uP6266 data is a part of VoltageObjectInfo, than i don't understand why aida64 reads different values for stock bios and 390bios in which i insert stock VoltageObjectInfo
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
stock
[ ATI I2C Device GPU #1 / B06-D53 ]
00D0 12 01 00 40 A2 A2 A2 A2 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF ...@............

390bios with inserted stock VoltageObjectInfo
[ ATI I2C Device GPU #1 / B06-D53 ]
00D0 12 01 00 40 F0 A2 A2 A2 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF ...@............

Cracking of VoltageObjectInfo was about 2 weeks ago, so still early days. So far only me and Oneb1t have been inputting into this exploration, so I welcome another smile.gif .

I have only been able to flash a 390 ROM last night as only picked up a ref PCB card this week. I still get no UP6266 section in dumps by AiDA64 sadsmiley.gif .

Stock_Info_of_Tri-X_290.zip 807k .zip file

Will use you info, do you mind attaching just the VoltageObjectInfo that you modded into 390 ROM?
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Originally Posted by spyshagg View Post

.... Maybe I should alter all dpm states to the final speed/vddc and test it.

Somebody did this early on in thread to emulate K-Boost feature on nVida, be interesting to read if it sorts blackscreen issue smile.gif .
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hard to say from 2 values if its linear or not
if we got 3 values it will be much better benchmark

but if its correct and we can really set vrm switching like this
thats 200 - 2000 range

so my idea is this

00 0 200khz
60 96 290khz
A0 160 490khz
FF 255 2000khz

vrmswitchingfrequency.jpg

this graph should be close if 0 is minimum and FF is maximum

You have data for 490kHz & 290Khz wrong way around.

Reg 22 & 23 set as 60 = 96 = 490kHz
Reg 22 & 23 set as A0 = 160 = 290kHz

*** edit ***

Compared i2cdump for Out of box Tri-X 290 and MLU 0PM flashed, only see reg 22, 33 & 3D change.
Edited by gupsterg - 2/14/16 at 4:08pm
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gupsterg 290dc2oc stock VoltageObjectInfo (Click to show)
74 00 03 01 01 03 12 00 08 96 60 00 00 00 00 00 32 00 BC 00 FF 00 01 07 0C 00 0A 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 04 07 0C 00 0E 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 02 00 24 00 00 04 00 00 00 80 10 00 00 00 00 00 1E 05 00 00 10 00 46 05 00 80 00 00 DC 05 00 80 10 00 0E 06 06 03 22 00 0C 96 A6 00 00 00 00 00 D4 00 A2 00 D5 00 A2 00 D6 00 A2 00 D7 00 A2 00 D3 00 40 00 FF 00
maybe it dynamically changing and aida64 reads actual values?
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190+ pages?
wow i missed a lot during my vacation lol

@gupsterg
can I ask you something?
this thing happen when i used the modded rom with 390MC timings
i noticed there were little black or white boxes like artifacts appear on my screen?
what is that?is it caused by low voltage in my rom?
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Thanks.
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can someone please do me a favour? I dont have linux right now.

Can someone copy this voltage table asusr9290xDCUIIgputweakbiosupdate.zip 99k .zip file
to this ROM: 290X_ELPIDA_MOD_V1.8.zip 99k .zip file ? Also, removing all offsets if possible!

thx!


I would be interested with this as well.
I'm using this bios for my DCII, wanted to do 390mc mod for original AS11L DCII bios, since VRM is different, but i haven't got unix too to do table mapping.
Noticed with 390 bios temps are 5C lower, probably because VRM freq.
Edited by ghoula - 2/15/16 at 1:50am
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@gungstar

+rep for all this detailed info thumb.gif , as I can get none from my i2cdumps sadsmiley.gif .

Yes, perhaps that is it (ie Dynamically read).

So would then be:-

register D4: F0h = 240 * 5 + 600 = 1800mV
register D5: A2h = 162 * 5 + 600 = 1410mV
register D6: A2h = 162 * 5 + 600 = 1410mV
register D7: A2h = 162 * 5 + 600 = 1410mV

We really need solid information on function of UP6266.

May you test if on stock ROM the i2cdump changes for UP6266?

@exiacruzalta

I would assume either low voltage or OC not stable. When using stock ROM if the same OC is stable then perhaps it is the RAM timings.
Edited by gupsterg - 2/15/16 at 2:05am
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@exiacruzalta

I would assume either low voltage or OC not stable. When using stock ROM if the same OC is stable then perhaps it is the RAM timings.

i'm suspecting low voltage as it never happened before, but it only happens sometimes and rarely but enough for me to notice.
i'll check for it later, thanks for the help @gupsterg thumb.gif
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Thanks.
I would be interested with this as well.
I'm using this bios for my DCII, wanted to do 390mc mod for original AS11L DCII bios, since VRM is different, but i haven't got unix too to do table mapping.
Noticed with 390 bios temps are 5C lower, probably because VRM freq.

Here smile.gif

290X_ELPIDA_MOD_V1.8_DCUII.zip 99k .zip file

make sure you open hawaiireader and change all dpm voltage states to match your card! (use aida64, dump ATI registers and you will find them there)
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