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post #2751 of 4008
I opened it, lapped the back of the heatsink, added some AS5 I had leftover and gained 10 degrees everywhere. These Gigabyte G1's have really poor quality cooling. Definitely check the back of your heatsink for uneven surface if you have one.
post #2752 of 4008
Anyone know why TV1OutputControl command table has no info about it when I dump the bios with the atomdis tool?
Code:
0020:   -               (TV1OutputControl)

Does that mean this bios doesn't have it or atomdis just couldn't find it? Wanted to see if I could unlock some shaders you know. tongue.gif
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post #2753 of 4008
"TV1OutputControl" (HarvestTable) is not used in bioses which are inteded for full ASICs (e.g. Hawaii or Grenada XT, Fiji XT, etc).
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"TV1OutputControl" (HarvestTable) is not used in bioses which are inteded for full ASICs (e.g. Hawaii or Grenada XT, Fiji XT, etc).

Strange. Guess it's not used on my Tahiti PRO bios, surely locked in some other ways. Haven't heard people unlocking tahiti either. redface.gif
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post #2755 of 4008
All Tahiti ASICs were fused at the factory, no need for software control.
post #2756 of 4008
Quick question...Can I flash the MSI 390X bios to my Gigabyte G1 and what benefit I would have except the higher stock clock? I don't know if the G1 is a reference card or not and if this is posible. Thanks!
post #2757 of 4008
It is never advised to cross flash the cards, especially non-reference to non-reference. In some cases the bioses don't work properly even on cards which are visually identical.
post #2758 of 4008
Wished I didn't have to hustle with modifying and screwing something up. I just wanted to flash a modified stable bios, not to pioneer it myself smile.gif
post #2759 of 4008
Maybe someone could check if:

A) It works / works without errors (EDC) at default clocks
B) Does it allow higher zero EDC MEMCLK over standard 290 bios?

It includes Hynix AFR and Elpida BBBG profiles. Hynix is preferred to be tested, but Elpida should be checked out too.

Based on ±0mV MLU 290X bios (1000MHz / 1250MHz).

https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=8329B08E8413A80E!550&authkey=!AGt0d3ZUZcE3Q9A&ithint=file%2czip
post #2760 of 4008
Works fine on my elpida card. It behaves a bit different now i think. If i push the memory to 1550mhz, i get visual artifacts, but no blackscreen and just 3 errors. Before it would just blackscreen if the memory clock was too high.
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