Overclock.net › Forums › Graphics Cards › AMD/ATI › Software for R9 285 bios edit
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Software for R9 285 bios edit - Page 54

post #531 of 1077
Sure it's okay actually. I can adjust the core voltage myself.

I found out 1100vddci yield 1.25v on the ram when upping the core voltage to 1375 which puts the core at max 1.356v.

So basically if you can just make a 1025vddci and 1050vddci, I believe when set to 1400mv on the core the memory will run about 1.15v which is great.

Thanks again man no worries on changing to 1400mv.. just need lower vddci

Thanks yet again

R9_380X.zip 42k .zip file
post #532 of 1077
Quote:
Originally Posted by chris89 View Post

Sure it's okay actually. I can adjust the core voltage myself.

I found out 1100vddci yield 1.25v on the ram when upping the core voltage to 1375 which puts the core at max 1.356v.

So basically if you can just make a 1025vddci and 1050vddci, I believe when set to 1400mv on the core the memory will run about 1.15v which is great.

Thanks again man no worries on changing to 1400mv.. just need lower vddci

Thanks yet again

R9_380X.zip 42k .zip file

I have sent you the Bioses, don't change other dmp voltages, only dpm 7 or 0, if not vddci could rise up to 1.375v. TDP, TDC, MPDL are stock values. DPM0 voltage is at the value you have changed.

If you whant to change other dpm voltages you have to change per dpm usVddcOffset to adjust it to don't go above the previous vddci voltage.

I see one error at fist 1.100v vddci http://www.overclock.net/t/1563409/software-for-r9-285-bios-edit/500#post_25475493, but nothing to be worry about, I will correct it and upload it again.
Quote:
Originally Posted by mynm View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by ducegt View Post

I edited my BIOS to those values and my TimeSpy score was good with only 1.063 VDDCI. But at core clock 1195 I saw a type of screen corruption I have never seen before, so I actually increased VDDCI +25mV over stock and what happened is my VDDC voltage went up from 1.2v maximum to 1.225v.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


chris89, updating HWINFO will change MVDDC to VDDCi... it was mislabeled. Everything can be changed by HEX editors alone; while tongabiosreader can only change some. gupsterg's 290/390 bios modding thread is a gold mine if your curious to learn.

usVddcOffset have to be always negative and below 1.2v. 1.175v seems to be the max voltage for VDDCI with EVV voltages and it is achieve at 1010mhz, with 1.225v for core is 1.225 - 50 (ffcd usVddcOffset). So I prefer not to go over 1.175v for VDDCI. If you whant to go below 1.175v for VDDCI you have to edit usVddcOffset for lower DPMs, and that is what I did on the above image. I respected the diference between usVddcOffset, if DPM7 usVddcOffset is ffcd, and lower DPM are ffd8, to achieve a max of 1.1v for max DPM, I have changed it to ff69-->-151, so for DPM7 1.250v for core I will have 1.175v for VDDCI, and ff82-->-126 for lower DPMs.

The above I have stated is wrong you only have to change lower usVddcOffse if you change manualy lower dpm voltages.
Edited by mynm - 9/3/16 at 12:45am
post #533 of 1077
Thanks man yeah it's like when you set the vddci, it stays low if u set the core volts and vddci in hex.

I also found you need about 1175 to 1225vddci for higher clocks since it wouldn't stabilize anything on 1025, 1050, 1100 basically.

Maybe you can PM me 1200vddci/ 1425 core volts.

The actual voltage when you set in hex is -50mv from above so about 1375v.

Can you tell me what the hex location is for vddci and dmp 7 core volts?... Should be like 0000a650 or something, thanks. I may try it myself but appreciate the ones you send very much.

Thanks man
Edited by chris89 - 9/2/16 at 7:59pm
post #534 of 1077
Quote:
Originally Posted by chris89 View Post

Thanks man yeah it's like when you set the vddci, it stays low if u set the core volts and vddci in hex.

I also found you need about 1175 to 1225vddci for higher clocks since it wouldn't stabilize anything on 1025, 1050, 1100 basically.

Maybe you can PM me 1200vddci/ 1425 core volts.

The actual voltage when you set in hex is -50mv from above so about 1375v.

Can you tell me what the hex location is for vddci and dmp 7 core volts?... Should be like 0000a650 or something, thanks. I may try it myself but appreciate the ones you send very much.

Thanks man

vddci usVddcOffse for dmp 7 is located at a6a9 and a6aa, on your bios, it can vary position between bioses. I will sed you one bios with 1.175vddci, if it isn't enough I will send you a bios with more, but I don't know if it is safe.
post #535 of 1077
oh, finaly I get word here biggrin.gif
Mynm. I dont know if you read your PM so I will copy a letter here smile.gif

Hey! I was reading the http://www.overclock.net/t/1563409/software-for-r9-285-bios-edit/530 topic, I have a question, since I didn't use anything else than tonga bios reader, I found you a true master of BIOS editing. For some reason, I can't reply in a thread, even if I approve my email address frown.gif . So I have an MSI R9 380 4G, right now I have this bios mod, and seems like its work ok, but I wonder, what voltages is the MAX for everyday use? https://s17.postimg.org/96rubiydr/New_Bitmap_Image.jpg and https://s21.postimg.org/irn3dkr13/afasdf.jpg - here is my screens after playing some Tomb Raider and 3dmark time spy, also I made +100mv in afterburner and max power limit +70%
So my question is, is it safe values? what can I improve there? and If needed I can send you original bios! also, 1 more question, after I made GPU clock more than 1050 GPU-z can't read bios, what's wrong with it? and as I saw you can make stock power limit much more than 150, or 190, I live in a pure country so here electricity is cheap, the thing is, I would like to have the bios, with a max overclock I can get, without use of any other programs, so can you help me with it?
Sorry for a big text, and thank you for reading this article from a noob

P.S. one more sorry if I had a grammar issues




For anyone other qhestion is: does tonga bios reader is ok? am I doing everything right? what the minuses of tonga bios reader compare to other way of redacting bios? (sadly Im to dumb to understand how other bios redactor work, and sincethere is no .exe file I dont know what to do LOL). What is the highest save 24/7 voltages I can set in this lanes? or if you can help me to redact bios? (would be just great) And also there is a screens, is that boltages are dangerous?
post #536 of 1077
Quote:
Originally Posted by smartrior View Post


R9 380 and R9 380X are similar though it seems the non-sapphire cards are doing less than 1000Mhz core stock.

Sapphire clocks the 380X at 1040Mhz and 1500Mhz on the ram... That's done easily on the stock power limit and about 1.219v core max stock, and 1.194v vddci max stock.

Knowing this, the 380 should be able to do what the 380X can do.

Adjusting the power limit above stock should only be used for brief benchmarking, not long gaming runs.

180 Watts is enough to clock it safely.

Mynm is the man, upload your bios here and have mynm adjust the vddci to 1175, and core to 1250.

You can then run without ever touching Trixx or MSI Afterburner.

The 380 and 380X can do 1094Mhz Core stable with 1175vddci/1250 core. I run 1563Mhz on the ram, but 1500 is enough.

Upload your stock bios file here. thumb.gif

By the way : Mynm*** Maybe send 1175vddci/1450vcore/200w tdp? biggrin.gif

Check it out bro :::::: Running at an epic 3840x2160 resolution all high : Check out the temps/ volts/ clocks in game














Edited by chris89 - 9/3/16 at 7:07am
post #537 of 1077
Tonga.zip 99k .zip file Right now, on what you see there, I run on 1200HMZ core and 1580MHZ memory with afterburner overclock, but I want to make this overclock on bios, without use of any software (1200mhz no artifacts or anything like this, with temperatures you see on screen, but also I was managing fan curve as well, where can I upload my bios?
Here is my native bios, so I would like to completely delete any possibility of power limit throttling, on this bios, and I would like to know, what the core voltage exactly maximum for everyday use? as I understand core voltage is the vid+50mv offset? something like that?
what the vddci voltage is exactly? as I assume its memory voltage? if its a stock that I would like to make it 1200, because I need so little to reach 1600MHZ
Right now as you can see on the screenshots my GPU voltage was 1.400 maximum is that critical? I feel like its the voltage I need to make a 1200 (I was experimenting with the voltage in the tonga bios reader, you can see it there 1.250 on the screens)
But the main thing is, can I make the unlimited power limit, or maybe like 250watts limit on my GPU without running any programs, increase a little bit memory voltage (earlier in this thread I saw that people say its impossible) and also what the max voltage I can put on GPU bios without using any programs for overclock to run the GPU?




do you see there 1250, this is the core voltage I suppose?
Edited by smartrior - 9/3/16 at 6:43am
post #538 of 1077
Quote:
Originally Posted by smartrior View Post


Leave the bios stock as a rock, Mynm is a vddci guru... 24/7 stable on stock thermal pads is only safe up to 1.250v core and 1175vddci (memory/aux) for 1094Mhz core 35 Billion Pixel's per second.

That can be done on the stock 180 watt limit.

From stock to upwards of 1250Mhz is only good for breaking records, not 24/7 365 usage.

Only after you mod the card with FrozenCPU.com fujipoly extreme 17 watts per meter kelvin pads, but only if gap between components is reduced or it's pointless to push the limits. My card is totally decked out and I can run it at 1250Mhz but the TDP goes sky high and the risk of blowing the Power Supply is evident. That's why I don't like to run too high too long even with my card modded.

So if Mynm can mod your bios to 1175vddci/1250vcore for 1094Mhz core is ideal and very good performance for a low tdp and low power consumption.

From 1094Mhz to 1250Mhz, were talking a couple frames per second.

I find for every 1 billion pixel's per second is about 1 frame per second... 1094Mhz 37fps - 1125Mhz 38fps - 1157Mhz 39fps - 1188Mhz 40fps - 1219Mhz 41fps - 1250Mhz 42fps...

Here's my edit of your bios, which for the moment just needs +25mv in Trixx and nothing else.

The fan profile set is ideal if you want your card to live. You had it setup to last less than a year.

Once Mynm can edit this file I upload, when he edits the vddci and core voltage via hex, don't adjust via tonga or it'll overvolt the vddci and ruin the card.

Try it with +25mv and post temps from HWInfo64

thumb.gif
Smartriors_Tonga_edit.zip 99k .zip file
Edited by chris89 - 9/3/16 at 7:30am
post #539 of 1077
why its 1094? Can't it be 1100? biggrin.gif so what actually you change there? I can change fan curve in the tonga bios reader, but the main thing I wanted that change a stock power limit, so I don't want to have any sort of throttling from it.
Actually power limit doesn't change anything except throttling, right?
Anyway, I will try this bios right now, and check it, thanks smile.gif but would be nice to hear the main guy MYNM, and what he can say about this smile.gif
Actually I don't care about power consumption, because electricity is very cheap here where I live, I just want maximum performance out of my card
post #540 of 1077
can you somewhere download whole pack of programs that I need to edit it? I was downloading the packs from the MYNM's link, but there is no .exe file and I dont know what to do lo l:D
Actually how do you open a bios to edit it?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: AMD/ATI
Overclock.net › Forums › Graphics Cards › AMD/ATI › Software for R9 285 bios edit