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Earlier today I told myself I would try pushing the card again when Crimson 16.2 released and a few hours later it did...

PowerColor 285 with Asus 380x BIOS flashed + a few BIOS change (+20mv on vcore highest power state, 75% Power Limit, and increased max clocks) My 1st generation i7 and PCIE 2.0 spec are why I'm not as high as newer builds, but with this same setup I gained a little more than 20% Graphics score overclocked over stock 945/1375.

I also applied these registry changes although I can not confirm they did anything. https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/477ot0/how_to_fix_fury_x_clock_throttling_on_radeon/

I did not have any down clocking and I did not use Clock Blocker.

213.3w Power Draw @ 1.356v... So we can conclude this reading is accurate.

1257 core 195.5w 1.319v and only 61C max.

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Originally Posted by mynm View Post

Hawaii bios mod guide suggests not to go above pciex limit, 225W in my GPU. (Or the Hawaii guide “is a joke” xD.)

The guide serves as best practise smile.gif ; I really don't want anyone blaming me if something go wrong with their card redface.gif . What you deem to do with the information is your choice wink.gif .

There are some members using 999/999/999 , I guess if they fired up Furmark or something like that and cooling wasn't appropriate perhaps they would have an issue, but dunno really.

I have a Vapor-X 290X clocked at 1100/1525 for 24/7 use, when I even take it to 1150/1575 the 238/238/229 set in bios is ample for no throttling to occur, cards cooling is stock/on air. On a Tri-X 290 I own, again I only mod the bios to be a little above the required amount for throttling not to occur. I see no point in having excessive limits TBH.
Edited by gupsterg - 2/24/16 at 4:24pm
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Originally Posted by ducegt View Post

Earlier today I told myself I would try pushing the card again when Crimson 16.2 released and a few hours later it did...

PowerColor 285 with Asus 380x BIOS flashed + a few BIOS change (+20mv on vcore highest power state, 75% Power Limit, and increased max clocks) My 1st generation i7 and PCIE 2.0 spec are why I'm not as high as newer builds, but with this same setup I gained a little more than 20% Graphics score overclocked over stock 945/1375.

I also applied these registry changes although I can not confirm they did anything. https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/477ot0/how_to_fix_fury_x_clock_throttling_on_radeon/

I did not have any down clocking and I did not use Clock Blocker.

213.3w Power Draw @ 1.356v... So we can conclude this reading is accurate.

1257 core 195.5w 1.319v and only 61C max.

1184

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Thank you for your extreme tests. You put +75PL, but if you put +43PL, do you have trotting with 1275mhz core OC?, Do you have the same W consumption?. Maybe GPUz readings are vddc power out.
Do you see higher voltages in games than in test?

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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

The guide serves as best practise smile.gif ; I really don't want anyone blaming me if something go wrong with their card redface.gif . What you deem to do with the information is your choice wink.gif .

There are some members using 999/999/999 , I guess if they fired up Furmark or something like that and cooling wasn't appropriate perhaps they would have an issue, but dunno really.

I have a Vapor-X 290X clocked at 1100/1525 for 24/7 use, when I even take it to 1150/1575 the 238/238/229 set in bios is ample for no throttling to occur, cards cooling is stock/on air. On a Tri-X 290 I own, again I only mod the bios to be a little above the required amount for throttling not to occur. I see no point in having excessive limits TBH.

Your guide is a very good guide, thanks you very much for the guide, I think It is the real “overclockers dream” xD.

But I don’t know if what I think it is TDP and the other values, that I have tested in post 297, are the real ones.
So you suggests not to go above pciex limit, but everybody is increasing PL to +50 or +75 (like if your guide or what I’m saying is a joke (sorry if not)), to avoid trotting, without knowing TDP. And I don’t want to break my GPU or PSU.
If you say that “some members using 999/999/999”, it suggest some hardware protection.

Is impossible to my to determinate TDP if reviews says for 380 in stock values, “227W of pciex consumption in furmark”: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/R9_380X_Strix/21.html.

250W for 285 https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Sapphire/R9_285_Dual-X_OC/23.html.

Or 365W for a 390 and they says “Furmark maximum power reaches 365 W, which is close to the maximum the two 8-pin power inputs are specified for. Such numbers also prove that Sapphire increased their board's power limit setting beyond the AMD default.”: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Sapphire/R9_390_Nitro/21.html .

And other reviews says 196W of PSU consumption, that is 156/80% (for ex) of PSU efficiency. http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/msi_radeon_r9_380_gaming_2g_review,5.html

But doing test I have at GPUz a max of 150W with, +45%PL, and ducegt 213.3w with +75%. Maybe GPUz readings are vddc power Out.

So it’s an “overclockers nightmare” xD.

Other thing I want to ask you are.

If you see my aida’s 64 dumps, at post 302. 380 GPUs have three different voltages VDDC, VDDGFX and VID. What do you think these voltages are?.

I see highest voltages in games than in test like furmark or firestrike, and different core behaviour. Maybe furmark is using VDDC or VID voltages, and games VDDGFX voltages, and differents power management behaviour.

And the last thing. Like you can see at the images I have uploaded at post 304. I see one table that is more or less like other table I see in furys GPUs (I don’t have one) powerplay table , you have post. But I don’t know what is it. What do you think the table is?

Edidet: One last thing, I see Furys GPUs have adveanced fan mode enabled, if you have problems overcloking, maybe are caused by thermal trotting caused by that fan mode. I think is better the normal fan mode I have temperature problems with advanced mode with my GPU.

Thanks.
Edited by mynm - 2/25/16 at 8:11am
post #324 of 1077
I am slowly reading this thread smile.gif , last night was first time I viewed it, I have been busy with hawaii thread.

Powerplay in 285/380 is very similar to Fury / Fury X / Nano, reason being they are Gen 2 EVV cards, see this post by The Stilt.

I have started a Fiji bios mod thread, this thread may help you with PowerPlay. I have just received my Fury today and now can start proper testing of bios mods.

I will view PowerPlay of 285/380 soon as well, I did look at it way back Nov 15. Again the reason for it was some questions in the Fury owners club on bios mods, you see at that time there were very few different PowerPlays for Fury and as Tonga was similar and more ROMs out there I thought it best to view them.

I have no idea why there is VDDC & VDDGFX in registers dump, I have not seen a Fiji dump yet but will be doing one today. I have a very strong feeling I will also see VDDC & VDDGFX in registers dump. I believe whatever solution will be for voltage control on Fiji will be same for Tonga.

Besides the limits in PowerPlay Hawaii had limits for OCP, etc in VoltageObjectInfo, the table that program voltage controller chip. So yes even if we raise values in PowerPlay there is still protection elsewhere. In my testing for hawaii raising PowerPlay values was enough.



The section you have picked I think is correct for PowerLimits, as to which values/labels are relevant I can not answer as really have not gathered info on Tonga. When reading reviews for data on say watts,etc be aware it will not be based on bios data, the reviewer will more than likely be stating data given by AMD/Manufacturer of card.

If you extract just PowerPlay from a ROM you will see pointers to sections within PowerPlay.
Here is example of Hawaii PP (Click to show)


Code:
Table length: A7 02 > 02A7
Revison of PP: 06 01


Pointers to sections in PowerPlay

6000 > 0060 > ClockInfo

8600 > 0086 > Unknown table between above / below listed

B800 > 00B8 > FanProfile

D700 > 00D7 > CCC Limits / PP Dir Tree

EF00 > 00EF > SCLK VDDC Table

1801 > 0118 > VDDCI States

2801 > 0128 > MEMCLK VDDC Table 

5101 > 0151 > Fake VDDC Table

8201 > 0182 > Effciency @ Idle table (match with DPM0 VDDC/GPU/RAM)

8B01 > 018B> Unknown table len 3E (within it @ 01C9 start VCELimit Table)

EF01 > 01EF > Unknown table len 2c (within it @ 021B start UVDLimit Table)

3402 > 0234 > SamULimit Table

5E02 > 025E > ACPLimit Table

8802 0288 > TDP/TDC/MPDL/Temp.Target CCC


Lengths

1400 > 0014 > ???

1800 > 0018 > CCC Limits / PP Dir Tree
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Ok thanks for the info. Good luck with the Fiji guide.

I see with the atomdis dumps that Voltage Object Info Table is: 0020: b6ea Len 0040 Rev 03:01 (VoltageObjectInfo/VRAM_GPIO_DetectionInfo)
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
4n3wEVP.png

But I don't know what the values are. You will understand it better, if you have time. Thanks. I will try to understand it xD.
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The problem with VoltageObjectInfo is that some registers concerning voltage controller chip are in MTP (Multiple Time Programming) aka "memory feature".

You need to compare I2C dump for a card with that table (well that is how it was on Hawaii).

For example on Hawaii there can be a VDDC offset in that table, 1 method is using register 8D 00 then a data value for example 06 00, do endian conversion on 06 00 = 00 06, convert HEX to DEC = 6, multiply with voltage step = (6x6.25mV) +37.5mV.

Now say that register / data is not in ROMs VoltageObjectInfo but you see an offset in MSI AB or monitored value of VDDC compared with DPM VID and/or I2Cdump; where is it coming from? answer = MTP

On Hawaii any register in MTP of voltage controller can be overidden by adding it to VoltageObjectInfo but be aware when adding a register table length change and also pointer to data needed changing in Hawaii. Also as that table length has changed other data/command tables located below that section will have shifted in offset location, thus "directory of data/command tables" would need updating.

Also be aware Hawaii has IR3567B voltage controller chip, other voltage chips may have differing registers.
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Ok thanks.

I can’t get info with i2c dumps, I had tried it before with this guide to achieve voltage control in afterburner (I can’t change or monitoring voltages in AB) for Third party GPUs http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=399542.

I try with -i2cdump in a shortcut, with C:\Program Files (x86)\MSIAfterburner\MSIAfterburner.exe/i2cd in cmd, and other values, but I don’t get info.
And now I try with AiDA64 like you say at Fiji guide, but I don’t get info.

According to this buildzoid’s review of my GPU: http://cxzoid.blogspot.com.es/search/label/R9%20380, voltage controller is NCP81022, and guru3d guide says about it that:

“2.1.9. NCP81022 voltage controller
NCP81022 is single-loop controller, which can control only one voltage output.
NCP81022 supports voltage control in offset form only. NCP81022 supports output voltage monitoring in VID readback form, which means that it can report target programmed voltage only.
This controller can reside in 20h - 27h device address range only. The controller is identified by 2-byte register 99h (must be equal to 001Ah) and 2-byte register 9Ah (must be equal to 1022h). The controller has no model specific settings.”

I don’t understand this info, other people in this thread have the same GPU, and they could try to dump the info.

At the last page of the guru3d thread a user could do the dump with a 380, but his GPU is an Asus and it have’s an IR3567B controller.

This is a table with the difference between bios and gpuz voltages I see with Asus gpu tweak 2.8.3.0. (I can’t do this with newer versions). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
r3pbLJA.png

Some values are between two values and these values are in different tables, it is extrage...

Voltage differences are -6 with vddgfx voltages, but in the highest is -12.

In games the highest voltage goes up to 1.168 with crimson driver, and up to 1.175 or 1.188 in ccc drivers.

These below values are the ones of the VoltageObject Table, maybe I’m wrong in some of them. Some of these values are like voltages in the voltage tables, and I have put it in the above image.

40 103 701 c e 4 24 4 180 339 80 3b6 10 3cf 180 44c 705 c e
64 259 1793 12 14 4 36 4 384 825 128 950 16 975 384 1100 1797 12 14

I don’t want to flash my card, I prefer to do voltage or mhz changes at “PP_PhmSoftPowerPlayTable”, trixx or AB. Maybe other 285 or 380(x) owner can help with it to test, and doing the i2c dump.

EDITED: Thank you very much for this duceg, rep+:
Quote:
I also applied these registry changes although I can not confirm they did anything. https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/477ot0/how_to_fix_fury_x_clock_throttling_on_radeon/

PP_AllGraphicLevel_DownHyst and 20 work for my. Now I don't have droops to 30fps and 400 mhz, and the core is between 985 and 960mhz. I will try the other values.

1.188v - 1.168v= 20mv is the difrence between ccc and crimson max voltages I see, maybe is a voltage downclock like it's said in the thread you had posted.

I have to play more to see if max voltage are incresed, xD. Thanks.
Edited by mynm - 2/27/16 at 8:13am
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try to get i2c values with aida64 wink.gif
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try to get i2c values with aida64 wink.gif

Thanks. I did it but I didn't get info.

With PP_AllGraphicLevel_DownHyst and 20 I don't have an increased voltages. Maybe with PP_AllGraphicLevel_UpHyst and 20 I will get the same voltages than in CCC driver, I will try it.

Edited: I don't see voltage increses, but cloks are more solids than only with PP_AllGraphicLevel_DownHyst and 20.

EDITED: I have been gaming more time and I see a 1.188V Max so perhaps it is a voltage downclock. The clocks are solid even with 20% gpu usage, I only see droops if cpu is at 100%.

Edited: I had tested PP_AllGraphicLevel_DownHyst 5 and PP_AllGraphicLevel_UpHyst 5 and I have mhz droops but no fps droops. So in low demanding games or if you cap fps to 30 fps you have downclock and no fps droops.
So you can choose values you whant and you think works better for you.

EDITED: If it is a voltage downclock maybe you have to use SVI 2 compliant voltages.

So steps voltage is 0.00625V and if the values is in mv the steps is 6.25mv, so perhaps you have to calculate de value like is said here: http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=5120066&postcount=568. And the min value is 6, and 5 is wrong.

EDITED

With
PP_ActivityTarget (value data 30 decimal)
PP_AllGraphicLevel_UpHyst (value data 0 decimal)
PP_AllGraphicLevel_DownHyst (value data 100 decimal)

Performs like AllGraphicLevel_DownHyst 20 and PP_AllGraphicLevel_UpHyst 20, no downclock and solid mhz even at 16% gpu usage. Maybe these configs are used in 285, 290, 390 and furys in ccc, drivers.

PP_AllGraphicLevel_DownHyst 6 and PP_AllGraphicLevel_UpHyst 6, performs like CCC for me, I have to play more and see if I have an increased max voltages. Maybe only PP_AllGraphicLevel_UpHyst 20 will encrease it.

Does somebody could help me with this Amdperture Laboratories experiment?, I'm very lonely and I don't have any cube.

PS: cake is a lie.

Edited: with PP_AllGraphicLevel_DownHyst 6 and PP_AllGraphicLevel_UpHyst 6 I have a max voltage of 1.181v. So maybe it isn't a voltage downclock, or if it is it dosen't has a direct relation with the values.
Edited by mynm - 3/2/16 at 3:28pm
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Originally Posted by ducegt View Post

Earlier today I told myself I would try pushing the card again when Crimson 16.2 released and a few hours later it did...

PowerColor 285 with Asus 380x BIOS flashed + a few BIOS change (+20mv on vcore highest power state, 75% Power Limit, and increased max clocks) My 1st generation i7 and PCIE 2.0 spec are why I'm not as high as newer builds, but with this same setup I gained a little more than 20% Graphics score overclocked over stock 945/1375.

I also applied these registry changes although I can not confirm they did anything. https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/477ot0/how_to_fix_fury_x_clock_throttling_on_radeon/

I did not have any down clocking and I did not use Clock Blocker.

213.3w Power Draw @ 1.356v... So we can conclude this reading is accurate.

1257 core 195.5w 1.319v and only 61C max.

1184

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Long time ducegt.
Great improvement on GPU Core Clock, but unfortunately, I have to say, a 1257Mhz R9 285 can't beat a 1150Mhz R9 380 even on GPU score. I don't know why. Ideally, the CPU score should be above 10000 no doubt.
And, is there anyone unlock the locked CU yet?


Edited by wyzx01 - 2/28/16 at 7:36pm
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