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It's cool @RaFDX : Run through Time Spy with stock default BIOS.... Post the Results of the Test & HWInfo data. Then after flash my bios and do the same thing.

Flash_1st_RaFDX_1133_1293mv_1270_888mv.zip 99k .zip file
Flash_2nd_RaFDX_1173_1363mv_1270_888mv.zip 99k .zip file
Flash_3rd_RaFDX_1173_1363mv_1563_1000mv.zip 99k .zip file

Geez terrible sorry! Didnt see this post. Do you want me to run TimeSpy using OC or stock numbers?
post #11112 of 11364
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@componentgirl90
Looks good. Here's let try and quiet it down a bit more and speed things up a bit.

ComponentGirl90_2_1173Mhz_Ideal_BIOS_For_XFX_DD_390X.zip 99k .zip file

@stephenn82
Flash over. thumb.gif

Im happy and would like to keep testing this bios for a couple more days before moving forward as the problem doesn't always immediately present itself.

P.s. It will be nice to run it at 1173 core clock but isn't that quite a substantial overclock for this card? Base clock for the xfx DD is 1050.
post #11113 of 11364
@chris89 loaded up the mild 1207mhz 1407mv and 1758mhz 1000mv ram, card doesnt work. Going to reflash the previous one.
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@RaFDX
Yeah stock first. Have HWInfo boot with windows and idle out then run timespy on Stock default clocks/ bios and post HWInfo and results. Then start on bios #1.

@componentgirl90
Right on. From 1000Mhz to 1173Mhz core on the 390x is from 64 billion pixel's & 176 billion texel's every second.

To 75 billion 72 million pixel's & 206 billion 448 million texel's every second.

That's 11 billion pixels more per second & 30.448 billion more texel's every second... Not much probably?

@stephenn82
Try 1563mhz ram... sometimes 1758mhz doesn't work, though it does on reference with errors. If the 1563mhz doesn't work then the card isn't happy at 1425mv... Gonna need less max core voltage... LMK on 1563mhz ram on 1250mhz core.
post #11115 of 11364
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@RaFDX
Yeah stock first. Have HWInfo boot with windows and idle out then run timespy on Stock default clocks/ bios and post HWInfo and results. Then start on bios #1.

@componentgirl90
Right on. From 1000Mhz to 1173Mhz core on the 390x is from 64 billion pixel's & 176 billion texel's every second.

To 75 billion 72 million pixel's & 206 billion 448 million texel's every second.

That's 11 billion pixels more per second & 30.448 billion more texel's every second... Not much probably?

@stephenn82
Try 1563mhz ram... sometimes 1758mhz doesn't work, though it does on reference with errors. If the 1563mhz doesn't work then the card isn't happy at 1425mv... Gonna need less max core voltage... LMK on 1563mhz ram on 1250mhz core.

Stock TimeSpy Score: 4195 (GPU 3997)
OC TimeSpy Score: 4586 (GPU 4416) OC is 1170MHz Core//1700MHz Memory +65mV

SO to flash your BIOS, do I have to perform these steps?

The Setup:

1) Create a bootable MSDOS (Win98) USB KEY by following this guide HERE.
2) Download ATIFLASH.EXE and unzip it to your boot USB from HERE. BE SURE TO RENAME the ATIFLASH.exe program to "atiflash" or it will not work correctly!
3) Before attempting to flash ANY BIOS files to your card be sure to use GPU-Z to save a back-up of your current file in-case the flash does not work.
4) Create a backup folder on your machine. Store a copy of all the BIOS files that you have saved. Do not edit or change your "stock" BIOS files.
5) Save / rename the new BIOS file that you wish to flash as 0_NEW.ROM on to your MSDOS USB. Notice we append _NEW to the filename. Do that for any additional BIOS Files on your USB stick. Not overwriting them.

Booting To ATIFlash:

1) Reboot your computer that has the Graphics cards attached and press F10 or similar to bring up a boot choice menu. Select the MSDOS USB drive you just created. You will see the CMD prompt from Win98.

Completing The Flash:

1) TYPE the following into the CMD: "ATIFLASH.EXE -f -p 0 0_NEW.ROM" (gpu slot 0).
2) The first number in the command is the PCIE SLOT number of your first card. So if you have a card in your top PCIE SLOT the number will be 0. If you have a motherboard with 4 PCIE slots the numbers will be 0-3. So just make sure to know what slot your card(s) are in while flashing.
3) You can do this for other cards attached (Crossfire) also as follows:

ATIFLASH.EXE -f -p 1 1_NEW.ROM (gpu slot 1)
ATIFLASH.EXE -f -p 2 2_NEW.ROM (gpu slot 2)
And so on...

4) Wait for the confirmation message which will display various details about your card.
5) ATIFlash will tell you to reboot. Go ahead and flash any other cards using the correct name for their files. (Ex. 1_NEW.ROM)
6) After rebooting back into Windows your screen may flash a few times, do not worry, this is normal. The card is just completing it's BIOS update.
7) After the screen is done flashing be sure to check CCC and make sure that none of your settings have reset as for some reason CCC likes to do that after you flash the BIOS.
8) You are done!
post #11116 of 11364
Need HWInfo for your stock & overclocked idle/ load temperatures.

To perform the flash.

1) Simply download ATIWinFlashv274 here.

2) Unzip to it's own folder.

3) Close MSI Afterburner & HWInfo & Everything that could look or log data of the GPU stats.

4) Right Click ATIWinFlash.exe and open as Administrator.

5) Open .ROM

6) Begin Flash : Wait it takes 5 minutes : Don't click anything : Complete : Restart : Done

atiflash_274.zip 1214k .zip file
post #11117 of 11364
it's hard to get the program started and when it does start and i load the rom, nothing happens. I let it sit there and reboot, but I still believe the stock bios is running. I am running HWMonitor now, normally I just run NZXTCam

post #11118 of 11364
Use HWInfo and leave it open... Go to options when start with option system summary or sensors only... check sensors only... Go to options set to start with windows.... check mark minimize instead of close... run it through time spy stock settings and overclock or just overclock it doesn't matter.... Post the benchmark results and HWInfo...

Windows 10 for some people is problematic... works fine for me but 99% of everyone leaves user account control enabled which is not more secure or anything... disable user account control.

Right click ATIWinFlash.exe as Administrator... For me this works fine and detects the GPU correctly... Post screenshot of your ATIWinFlash page before you begin flash.
post #11119 of 11364
That's what i get

post #11120 of 11364
but after a restart i have this. so now im going to run time spy

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