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I can confirm HawaiiBiosReader does strange things to a 295X2 bios right now. Even by just loading and saving a bios, one byte can be seen as changed in hex. Is this the checksum, being calculated wrong? If it's not the checksum, and some mysterious change is made there when saving, why is the old checksum still considered valid? Whatever the reason, the bioses generated by the Reader are not usable, as the 295X2 won't boot.

Editing manually through a hexedit and then fixing the file up with HD7X Tool still works great, though. More handicraft this way also rolleyes.gif

Anyway, thanks for this thread. I have already learned a lot from it so far.
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there is problem with fantable detection for 295x will fix it later
edit: ok fixed you can use new version.. fan table edit is disabled for now
Edited by OneB1t - 3/4/16 at 5:38am
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Updated version rolleyes.gif
Should work fine for 295x2 bioses.
I've removed mem timings editing as it wasn't finished and we don't have much information about certain values...
Edited by DDSZ - 3/4/16 at 6:34am
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Originally Posted by OneB1t View Post

there is problem with fantable detection for 295x will fix it later
edit: ok fixed you can use new version.. fan table edit is disabled for now
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Originally Posted by DDSZ View Post

Updated version rolleyes.gif
Should work fine for 295x2 bioses.
I've removed mem timings editing as it wasn't finished and we don't have much information about certain values...
So guys, which Hawaiireader should we use now for 295x2 ? Onebit's or DDSZ's?



@Deathscythes why do u need to mod max temp when u are under custom water ? I mean, when I had 295X2 in ym system, oced I never saw higher temps than 45C.
With my ares its a bit higher, but clocks are also higher. Max is about 52C on core 1 and about 45 on core 2.
I bet u run 1x pump...
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@fat4l

OMG actually Iwas wondering about that... Has my pump enough head pressure... I guess not but as this is my first watercooled PC i had no idea.
So it matters that much? My loop is pretty damn complex i think :

4 rads, 3 blocks, 2 res... I remember the water was flowing out slowly and had a VERY hard time bleeding the vertical rads, i could hear the water falling in them...

I am running a VP655, adding a second one would make a huge difference you think ?
If so i log in aquatuning right now biggrin.gif
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@fat4l

OMG actually Iwas wondering about that... Has my pump enough head pressure... I guess not but as this is my first watercooled PC i had no idea.
So it matters that much? My loop is pretty damn complex i think :

4 rads, 3 blocks, 2 res... I remember the water was flowing out slowly and had a VERY hard time bleeding the vertical rads, i could hear the water falling in them...

I am running a VP655, adding a second one would make a huge difference you think ?
If so i log in aquatuning right now biggrin.gif
Not necessarily pump. It may just bad mount. You have two 295x2 correct? It's good idea to invest on a flow meter, so you will know your water flow.
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Not necessarily pump. It may just bad mount. You have two 295x2 correct? It's good idea to invest on a flow meter, so you will know your water flow.
wel lfrom my exp, I can say and tell u, that extra pump lowers ur temps. These cards are HOT and generate a lot of heat.
An extra pump wil ldefo help, but yes it may be the mounting issue as well.
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Not necessarily pump. It may just bad mount. You have two 295x2 correct? It's good idea to invest on a flow meter, so you will know your water flow.

Mounting issue ? What do you mean ?
I am using 13/19mm tubing and the blocks i am using are EK's connected with parallel EK-FC terminal.

Would pics of every fittings help you detect a potential mistake ?

Before i had my r9 295x2s i was running a single 7990 and temps were around 50°c full load.
When i switched for the two 295x2 i also added 2 rads UT60 240mm and ST30mm and i must say i am very disapointed with the cooling perfermance.
i am running 20 high static pressure fans 4 full copper rads and that's not that cool frown.gif
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fan table edit is disabled for now

Thanks, that appears to have been the problem. Saved bioses are working again.

As far as the detected fan settings being all over the place for 295X2, it's no wonder this caused the problem somehow.
Edited by davethetrousers - 3/4/16 at 11:42am
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I've removed mem timings editing as it wasn't finished and we don't have much information about certain values...

The other problem I think was when a ROM with 2 RAM IC was loaded hawaiireader didn't detect which IC was active, correct or was I just seeing it?

@Deathscythes

When I was creating a ROM with manual VID setup for 1100 / 1550 for Enterprise's ref PCB and cooler 295X2 the values below were ample to stop clock dropping.



I reckon TDP / PowerLimit (MPDL) could be trimmed down some from 303W, do not add any PowerLimit by an app if you mod your ROM as above.

Is your stock ROM 200/200/200 from factory or you modded it?
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