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No worries smile.gif .

Hedzin has modified HawaiiReader (by oneb1t & team) to support Tonga plus you have his AtomReader app, link to his github.

Then in Hawaii / Fiji bios mod OP is:-

a) AtomDis which can be used to create table lists and some tables can be parsed.

b) AtomReader windows app by Kizwan which creates tables list for rom.

Then you can use parts of Linux driver to mark out PowerPlay (other tables), for example for PowerPlay you would use this.

Here is an image of Fiji PowerPlay PowerTune.

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post #482 of 1077
Found out that my theories are not completely nuts.

A German reviewer caught MSI shipping them modified TDP bios with the newest GeForce!

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Nvidia-Pascal-Hardware-261713/News/Asus-MSI-Geforce-GTX-1080-GTX-1070-Presse-1198869/?utm_medium=social&utm_content=Nvidia-Pascal-Hardware-261713NewsAsus-MSI-Geforce-GTX-1080-GTX-1070-Presse-1198869
post #483 of 1077
Hi, I have new findings:
usvddgfxoffsets in mm_dependency table are subtracting Vddc table 1 voltages in this way:

b4ff -76 vddc 1 975 -75 =900
9bff -101 vddc 2 1000-100 =900
82ff -126 vddc 3 1025-125 =900
69ff -151 vddc 4 1050-150 =900
37ff -201 vddc 5 1100-200 =900
05ff -251 vddc 6 1150-250 =900

And any change in usvddgfxoffsets in mm_dependency or vddc table 1 voltages are changing dmp 0 vddgfx voltages or adding other new voltages to vddgfx ones.
The problem now is to see what they are doing, because table 1 vddc values and usvddgfxoffsets are the same in all 380(x), and 285 GPUs. So I don’t know if they need to be changed.
post #484 of 1077
Hi guys,
One bad news and one good news.
Bad one is I don't get the XFX 380 uncore bios, but I think it is virtually the same one they use on 380X DD.
Good one is I successfully sold my XFX 380 4G DD, and waiting for new RX480 custom products.
post #485 of 1077
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Originally Posted by wyzx01 View Post

Hi guys,
One bad news and one good news.
Bad one is I don't get the XFX 380 uncore bios, but I think it is virtually the same one they use on 380X DD.
Good one is I successfully sold my XFX 380 4G DD, and waiting for new RX480 custom products.

OK thanks for trying to get XFX 380 uncore bios.

Edited:
Quote:
Originally Posted by mynm View Post


But doing test, I think that I have a PSU problem, because GPU VRM voltage minimum is 11.125V, so I will have to stop doing OC test until buy a new one.

I bought a new PSU and the GPU VRM voltage min is 11.5v, and max is 11.7v, so like gupsterg said it will under read voltage.
I'm still having some freezings waching videos with strange sounds from the speakers mad.gif (even without hardware acceleration), but rarely, so I think it could be a gpu or othe driver problem.
Now with the new PSU I can get 1140 core mhz with + 65v AB offset ~1.235v, seems to be stable, but I see sometimes some white or red artifacts. So I think is better for my going up to 1100mhz with 1.181v, because I can't get 1120mhz even with +50mv.
Edited by mynm - 7/3/16 at 12:39pm
post #486 of 1077
I'm having a weird issue with editing my tonga bios. I have a MSI R9 380 2gb card, and when I edit the clocks on dpm7 (+dpm3 for the memory) I end up with 0/0 for the gpu and memory clocks (idle+load) after I flash the bios. Flashing back to the original bios fixes the problem.

Do I need to do anything else other than edit dpm7/dpm3 for tonga?


My bios files (original that works, mod that has my bios edits which don't work)
bios.zip 198k .zip file
Edited by Shodin10k - 7/1/16 at 7:43am
post #487 of 1077
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Originally Posted by Shodin10k View Post

I'm having a weird issue with editing my tonga bios. I have a MSI R9 380 2gb card, and when I edit the clocks on dpm7 (+dpm3 for the memory) I end up with 0/0 for the gpu and memory clocks after I flash the bios. Flashing back to the original bios fixes the problem.

Do I need to do anything else other than edit dpm7/dpm3 for tonga?


My bios files (original that works, mod that has my bios edits which don't work)
bios.zip 198k .zip file


Try with this, it's on Fiji Bios Editing thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1592384/fiji-bios-editing-fury-fury-x-nano-radeon-pro-duo:
Quote:
Having issues after a flash like clocks, etc not being correct?

1st step reset drivers to default, so far I have not needed to reinstall drivers for a bios mod to take as default.

https://youtu.be/2PJy8tSd_Mk

Next if you have profiles and settings saved in MSI AB / GPU Tweak / TriXX , etc you may need to either delete the settings files for those apps or uninstall them without keeping profiles, etc and then reinstall. I'd also make sure install folders for those apps are empty / deleted after uninstall prior to reinstalling. Looking at Asus graphics card support pages GPU Tweak II uninstaller does not remove everything so they have a special uninstaller on their site.

Another thing that has come to light is it's best to not set "Extend Official Overclocking Limits" in MSI AB prior to a flash of ROM, as clocks,etc maybe wrong after flash.

But I think that is better to use trixx, AB or other OCing utilities, because VDDCI and VDDC is automaticaly increased with core clock changes, and acording to HWinfo64 VDDCI is going up to 1.181 with bios mod, and it can be dangerus if is higher than 1.2V, and VDDCI can go higher if you change voltage on bios and don't change what I had said here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1563409/software-for-r9-285-bios-edit/460#post_25197286.

With 1010 mhz if you don't change voltage in bios, VDDC will go up to 1.225v, and VDDCI up to 1.181v, and then if you change offset on OCing utilities, VDDC will be rised or lowered, but VDDCI not. With higher valoes than 1010 mhz VDDC and VDDCI will be locked, with lower than 1010 mhz they will be lowered.

And the other strage thing is that, for example I need 1.181v VDDC for 1100mhz with OCing utilities, and VDDCI is going up to ~1.13v or 1.15v, but with powerplay or bios mod I need 1.225v VDDC, and if i don't change on bios the things that I had explained in the post I have linked, VDDCI is going up to ~1.181v.
Edited by mynm - 7/2/16 at 3:12am
post #488 of 1077
whats strange is I just copied the sapphire r9 380 stock nitro bios settings, which is identical other than dpm7(core)/dpm3(mem) which is set to the clocks seen above. I don't have any other OC programs running (ab, trixx, etc) and this is with a fresh driver install.

But your right. I can just set the clocks using AMD's overdrive, and the clocks are good. Just wanted to make the overclock setting stock for the card.

Just wanted to see if there was an explanation on why this is happening.
post #489 of 1077
Hi again, doing test I see that usVddgfxOffset ff b4= -76mv in ATOM_Tonga_MCLK_Dependency_Record is subtracting vddc table 1 dpm1 975mv, so 900mv is the min voltage for core when memory core is maxed. And Vddci seems to be vddc table 1 dpm1. You can't see this voltage in aidas64 vddgfx dumps because is the same as dpm0 900v, but if you change dpm0 first column voltage in vddc table1 and vddcgfx table2 to a lower value you can see it.

Edited: This vddc is only used if vddcgfx voltage is less than it. The max voltage droop when core clock is blocked seems to be 100mv less than vddcgfx voltage, and I don't know how to change it.
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I bought a new PSU and the GPU VRM voltage min is 11.5v, and max is 11.7v, so like gupsterg said it will under read voltage.
I'm still having some freezings waching videos with strange sounds from the speakers mad.gif (even without hardware acceleration), but rarely, so I think it could be a gpu or othe driver problem.
Now with the new PSU I can get 1140 core mhz with + 65v AB offset ~1.235v, seems to be stable, but I see sometimes some white or red artifacts. So I think is better for my going up to 1100mhz with 1.181v, because I can't get 1120mhz even with +50mv.

I'm trying this to solve the problem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcAlLBLKFLs (Edited: I'm trying only this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGwtT2MsCJ8) , so maybe is a windows problem with pciex. If in one week I don't have had this problem I will edit to say it.

Edited: nope it isn't... I installed 16.7.2 drivers and I start to have the problem again (after one week with no problems, before I was using 16.7.1)... with every html5 web video in firefox (but before I have the same problem in chrome, mpchc, or flash videos, so it is not only a firefox problem)..., I have reinstaled 16.7.2 again (after using DDU) to see if it was caused by a bad insalation. I will say if now I don't have problems. (Sorry for the off topic)

Edited: More than one week without problems, so I think the problem is the windows problem with pciex, plus problems with intallation and uninstalls (even using DDU). I think that the problem starts after a windows reintallation and not changing power plan to high performance (like I have before reinstallation) instead of balanced, so maybe the main problem is the windows problem with pciex. Now I have balanced plus the change on pciex.
Edited by mynm - 7/28/16 at 3:45am
post #490 of 1077
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Originally Posted by mynm View Post

As you can see in my post, gpuz vddc is higher than in bios, and hwinfo vddc is lower than in bios, changing usClockStretchAmount to 00 from 03 is lower an the same in both.

For DPM07 = 1,22500 V (1.256v in gpuz, 1.206v in hwinfo) usVddcOffset (ff28 = -126) is changing VDDC DPM10 to 1,10000 V and DPM7: GPUClock = 1100 MHz, VID to 1.10000 V and it is 1.13 - 1.106v vddci in hwinfo. So aida64 VID is like vddci and not vddc, or it is the same.

Edited 1.181v is 1.168v bios + 10mv~12.50mv in trixx or AB, gpuz vddc is higher than 1.181v, and hwinfo vddc is lower than 1.181v.

usClockStretchAmount is part of Adaptive Clocking IMO.

Tonga = 03 00 USHORT usClockStretchAmount;

Fiji = 00 00 USHORT usClockStretchAmount;

Polaris 10 XT = 02 00 USHORT usClockStretchAmount;
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