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post #1091 of 1994
Hi Guys,

Just wanted to say thank you for all the help I got on this forum. It was a fun and challenging experience to make a 390x rom work on my tri-x new edition.
I was ready to give up a week ago, when I got some new insights becouse of the posts I read on this forum and the hawaii bios editing forum.

There is still much to learn for me in terms of voltage editing and such but one step at a time biggrin.gif

Special thanks to Gupsterg who took the time to explain and reffer me to the posts that got it working for me, could not have done this without you!

I'm going to stop posting here, but if someone has anything to ask or want me to make a rom, feel free to ask biggrin.gif

Regards,

Henk.
post #1092 of 1994
Hey ppl,

Also wanted to thank everyone that made this kinds of bios mods possible.

I've been lurking in r9 290/X related forums for a while but its my time posting, been following closely this thread and hawaii bios editing thread, and got some nice scores for all the mods i could do to my stock and the modded r9 390 bios.
Just got around to editing the r9 390 bios so its more compatible to my r9 290 dcu2 (voltageobjectinfo mod)and modded timmings a bit (stilts timming in 1250 and 1375 straps and 1250stock strap for everything up from there, and got a nice jump in performance in stock clocks from my stock bios and the new r9 390 modded one : http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7662761/fs/7645360#, ill test OC scores later when i have time .
My all time highest score was with a v1.5 bios if im not mistaken with a crazy overclock in the stock cooler : http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6688063
Not too shabby smile.gif

Still have alot to learn specially in the hawaii bios editing thread though...

Ill leave here my Elpida r9 390 v1.8 bios that seems to be working well for my dcu2 r9 290 just in case a fellow dcu2 elpida r9 290 user needs it (mind you that the dpms are not set and voltage seems quite low, and timmings are modded also.

Regards to everyone and once again Thanks for everything.

(btw don't mind the TIME MEASURING INACCURATE and driver errors, i just allways skip the demo on firestrike and usually have the latest beta driver.)

r9290DCU2.zip 97k .zip file
Edited by VxTuga - 2/23/16 at 12:51pm
post #1093 of 1994
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Originally Posted by grifers View Post

Thanks so much!!. This Modded bios is very good. I have 2 290x reference in crossfire, but one freeze my pc with 1450 MHz memory. Im wait another revisión of this fantastic moded bios.

P.D - "XFX 390x with powerplay" bios is completely stable at 1450 MHz memory, but with that bios I have 10º degrees more. Im wait your moded bios with new revisión. The card cause me freeze at 1450 MHz memory have "Elpida" memory, only in 3 minutes of unigine valley, repeat my pc freeze no black screen

P.D 2- Sorry my language im not english XD. I hope understand me biggrin.gif. Anyway thanks so much for this fantastic bios.

HI. Thanks again, but I have same problem again with this new revisión, crashing again my 290x with elpida memory, I dont understand frown.gif. Anyway thanks again for this fantastic bios. Sorry my language again.
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post #1094 of 1994
Hello,

I have a Powercolor R9 290X 4GB TurboDuo (Bios 2015) with 6 + 8 pin power connector and get none of biose of page 1 on my card .... every time when the driver installation I just get a black screen and that's it.

In Techpowerup I've already successfully uploaded my bios, see https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/180909/180909.html

On my card as you can see already the memory Samsung K4G20325FD is installed.
The Samsung FD Bios I naturally tried first, but as it is written above without success, it is the stock or mod Bios.

The Lightning, Samsung FS biose I also tried, every time Black Screen.
It also does not matter if I enable UEFI Fast Boot from the motherboard or not.

Could perhaps a more capable BIOS modder look at my Bios precisely to convert it into a Bios 390X 4GB?
org290xbios.zip 98k .zip file

Thank you in advance.

P.S .. sorry for the poor Google translation ^^
post #1095 of 1994
Sorry for the late reply,
290MOD1.8 will not allow me to OC my card(s)
I was getting artifacting at 1050 (stock card clock is 947)

(also sorry can't remember my old oc before win10, I have ran oc since then)

Will try the 290 stock ram rom tonight


ps running CFX with latest crimson driver, and msi afterburn tweaks
post #1096 of 1994
@henkdeman

Glad to read you have made progress in modding smile.gif. I'm sadsmiley.gif by reading you will not post, I would like to encourage you to keep posting smile.gif. The more people that getting into modding the better, how I see it is there are things one may miss but another may see. So the more active modders there are posting/sharing the better.

@i2CY

Have you edited per DPM voltage/GPU frequency as per your 290 ROM in 390 ROM? This will aid you IMO, then if ROM work stable I would concentrate in finding highest GPU clock and set DPM7 as that (+voltage needed). It doesn't matter if DPM0-6 have lower frequency as the idea is to keep card from not throttling so it use highest state. I hope I make sense by what I write.

Once DPM7 is nailed then one can concentrate on improving other DPMs. You can see in hawaii bios mod thread heading Making ROM like factory OC'd card how to improve per DPM freq. Then there is another heading near top of OP with some info on setting voltage per DPM with edited GPU frequency.
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post #1097 of 1994
@gupstergOk I will not stop posting then biggrin.gif I am a bit busy with work now so don't have much time to make rom or learn atm.

@dman1980

You probally have a non-referwnce pcb. That could be the reason why it doesn't work. I saw some powercolor 390 bios on techpowerup which can have a almost or identical pcb. I could modify one of those bios for you but as stated above it's going to take a couple of days
post #1098 of 1994
Thanks you sir.
post #1099 of 1994
these bioses have 0.38V offset...
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post #1100 of 1994
Yes and VDDCI +31.25mV.

V1.7 and lower ROMs where using the combined offset (ie register 26 in VoltageObjectInfo) plus this did not show in MSI AB sliders. Only way a person knew was if they knew what the real VID / VDDCI was set and compared it with monitored value.

As v1.7 and lower ROMs had these voltage offsets I thought it best to leave them in there to make stability before a person start edits/testing.

As ROM is using EVV and people are flashing on 290/X their DPM VID end up lower.

With the included guide user can edit VDDC / VDDCI offset easier than the combined offset register 26.
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