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post #681 of 1077
I cant boot at 0.7 volts, also, Chris, can you make me the bios that I requested in PM
actually MYNM bios was PERFECT, I just need to make sure in some way that vddc will be at 1.175 max, and not jump, that all I need
Edited by smartrior - 9/17/16 at 1:52am
post #682 of 1077
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Originally Posted by chris89 View Post

Nice dude glad to hear it... Throw up some in game screenshots bro



had the best round for long time, smooth hitdetection, no drops, lags, hitching or loosing a 1 vs 1 fight
110+ FPS all the time with high settings (AA is disabled)

Thank you very much. its exactly what i want smile.gif
post #683 of 1077
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Originally Posted by smartrior View Post

I cant boot at 0.7 volts, also, Chris, can you make me the bios that I requested in PM
actually MYNM bios was PERFECT, I just need to make sure in some way that vddc will be at 1.175 max, and not jump, that all I need

Your bios have 1.331v core and 1.175v vddci, if you see more than that in hwinfo it will be an error or a driver thing. If you think that these voltages are high I will lower it if you want.
I see that with driver 16.9.1 voltages in hwinfo are going higher. With 16.8.1 and 16.8.2 driver, voltages are going lower.
Maybe you could test 16.8.2 driver version to see if you don't see these voltages jumps. I will test 16.8.2 driver as well to see again if driver is causing that voltage jumps.

@ chris89.
I have tested your bios values at windows registry, changing dpm 0 voltage to 800mv and core to 100mhz, and I had a black screen while web browsing. I have changed as well fan profile to my stock profile becuse for me your profile is to loud.
I see also memory erros while gaming. So 1563mhz will be a to high OC:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I see that AB and trixx are using a "memory timings adjustment implementations" acording to Unwinder: http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=5330065&postcount=2384
So memory OC with AB or trixx will be more stable because they are adjusting memory timings.
post #684 of 1077
I have 16.7.3 driver now, I will try to Update now smile.gif
post #685 of 1077
Hi there!

I read the thread... but it seem a lot confusing to mee:wackosmil vddc, vddci, vddgpu... a lot of values to change.

I my case, I have a r9 380, mynm has already helped me in other thread, because the idle clock was 755mhz locked in bios, and a fix editing the registry PP_PhmSoftPowerPlayTable entry.

As far as I understood, a lot of the changes can be done either in register or bios, for the same effect, so I think I would prefer do my changes in register than flashing bios. If I want to just apply a safe undervolting in my card, in all power states, where should I edit? I think my priority is make the card colder in idle and low load, I don't need to overclock it just to my old 955 hold it back even more.
post #686 of 1077
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Originally Posted by bakasan View Post

Hi there!

I read the thread... but it seem a lot confusing to mee:wackosmil vddc, vddci, vddgpu... a lot of values to change.

I my case, I have a r9 380, mynm has already helped me in other thread, because the idle clock was 755mhz locked in bios, and a fix editing the registry PP_PhmSoftPowerPlayTable entry.

As far as I understood, a lot of the changes can be done either in register or bios, for the same effect, so I think I would prefer do my changes in register than flashing bios. If I want to just apply a safe undervolting in my card, in all power states, where should I edit? I think my priority is make the card colder in idle and low load, I don't need to overclock it just to my old 955 hold it back even more.

Hi, this is a guide of how to edit the power play table, PP_PhmSoftPowerPlayTable is the same table, you have to edit it like if you were using an hexdecimal editor (the left table on the image) http://www.overclock.net/t/1563409/lightbox/post/25493991/id/2866074

You will have to edit al the dpms I have explained how to do it here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1610770/r9-380x-bios-edit .

But I think that it is better to use AB, trixx, ect, because they aren't changing the VDDCI. And because I need more voltage with bios mod or PP_PhmSoftPowerPlayTable than with trixx or AB, but I don't know why nobody is seeing the same.
post #687 of 1077
Let me guess, the only one who tried the bios I posted was Blackfirehawk.

Yeah you can't adjust the values without setting usVddcoffset to 00 00 or yes black screen... for the 300mhz clock @ 675mv works easily no issue... Decode can't be any less than 875mv with 0 offset or Black Screen... I faced many-a black screens, which were also resolved.

Plus booting to black screen is failed flash... These BIOS have a Boot clock and voltage that cant be changed so there's no way to Black Screen without a failed flash.

Yeah Im happy to help but yeah your guys cards cant run at low voltage because your 12.000v rail is drooping too much at idle to hold the voltage.

I can idle at 675mv but the next voltage can't be any lower than 875mv. I also found you have to leave idle and decode clock at 300, 473 or the bios will skip the clocks all together.

Plus you can't change the decode voltage unless you set it's usVddcOffset to 00 00 or yes it'll all go to heck. Meaning 0 offset of 875mv, with an offset 875 could be way less in vddci.

It's all running fine for me but having this issue that I'm sorting out with max overclock bios. Still working out the kinks, so I'm on the 1000Mhz bios but had to go to 140w tdp because 120w limited 1000mhz. Also 1075mv was too low, it ran but needed more voltage. So basically 1000Mhz needs between 1100 and 1150mv and 140w gives big overhead. Plus I game at 39C at 1000Mhz and 1125mv.

I just need to take a break on this BIOS for a day because it gets very complex kind of and the mind needs to rest after hex editing for a long time.


@Blackfirehawk
Can you record your game? be interesting to see how a souped up r9 380 runs like.
Edited by chris89 - 9/17/16 at 8:43am
post #688 of 1077
I tried your previous bios, CHRIS89 I was barely able to make very fast +100 mv in afterburner to make it stable at windows, otherwise, my gpu crashes... idle voltage was too low
Remember, every GPU is different, you get lucky with yours friend! smile.gif
Edited by smartrior - 9/17/16 at 10:55am
post #689 of 1077
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Originally Posted by chris89 View Post

Let me guess, the only one who tried the bios I posted was Blackfirehawk.

Yeah you can't adjust the values without setting usVddcoffset to 00 00 or yes black screen... for the 300mhz clock @ 675mv works easily no issue... Decode can't be any less than 875mv with 0 offset or Black Screen... I faced many-a black screens, which were also resolved.

Plus booting to black screen is failed flash... These BIOS have a Boot clock and voltage that cant be changed so there's no way to Black Screen without a failed flash.

Yeah Im happy to help but yeah your guys cards cant run at low voltage because your 12.000v rail is drooping too much at idle to hold the voltage.

I can idle at 675mv but the next voltage can't be any lower than 875mv. I also found you have to leave idle and decode clock at 300, 473 or the bios will skip the clocks all together.

Plus you can't change the decode voltage unless you set it's usVddcOffset to 00 00 or yes it'll all go to heck. Meaning 0 offset of 875mv, with an offset 875 could be way less in vddci.

It's all running fine for me but having this issue that I'm sorting out with max overclock bios. Still working out the kinks, so I'm on the 1000Mhz bios but had to go to 140w tdp because 120w limited 1000mhz. Also 1075mv was too low, it ran but needed more voltage. So basically 1000Mhz needs between 1100 and 1150mv and 140w gives big overhead. Plus I game at 39C at 1000Mhz and 1125mv.

I just need to take a break on this BIOS for a day because it gets very complex kind of and the mind needs to rest after hex editing for a long time.


@Blackfirehawk
Can you record your game? be interesting to see how a souped up r9 380 runs like.

Flashing and using PP_PhmSoftPowerPlayTable is the same. Adding this (is you bios power play):
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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at [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4d36e968-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}\0000] and restaring windows, is the same as flashing the gpu.

The only chage I have made is the 100mhz and 800mv for DPM0, because 300mhz clock @ 675mv is to low for me. An I don't have edited the other table 1 and 2 voltages because it isn't needed.

12v rail isn't drooping is an hwinfo error. I can se in hwinfo the 12v rail on my mobo shown values and it is OK.
post #690 of 1077
Nice. Yeah I have a special power cable I made to power my 380X.

This cable goes...
1x 6 pin pcie power
1x 6 pin pcie power
1x 8 pin pcie power
1x 4 pin molex power
1x sata power

5 Power cables into the x2 6 pin power, that way I have a couple hundred extra overhead watts and better rail stability.

It's crazy that you guys cant run at 675.... If you take a stock bios .rom and change Top DPM0 and Bottom DPM0 to 675 it should and will work without issue... Its meant for 2d only...

If you can't do 675mv there's no point to saving power on the R9 380 then & just suck down as much power as it possibly can starting out at 900 Milli Volts and just go up from there. I'm not a fan of the idle power consumption... 675mv gives me about 1 Watt of core usage compared to like over 10 Watts by stock.

If the card can't handle the under volt then thats puzzling.

I'm the only one trying to save power and have succeeded as much. Just working on what is the Max Watts and Amps of Current... Because not only Watts matters but the Amps does too... Too little amps causes issues.
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