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@mrgnex
give it more voltage
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Originally Posted by VxTuga View Post

dcu2.zip 97k .zip file @Ipak I did some timmings mods to that bios and added some mv to every dpm and got this score http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7979591
ill provide the bios so you can test it out and see if you like it smile.gif
btw ty @gungstar for that bios smile.gif

Ill try this bios on my locked Asus 290 elpida ram thank you.
I just flashed but how do i know all went well? i run the comands and it asked me to restart my pc but all finished too fast.
Is there a way to see that i have the new bios?
Edited by Thunderc8 - 3/24/16 at 3:05pm
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@Thunderc8 just test it out on some benchmark and check if you see some performance boost, or open hawaiibiosReader and check if the last 2 dpm states are at 1275 mv and the next two 1250 cuz that's what i set for my card..
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My beloved 290x died... axesmiley.png
     
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I run 3d mark and I got 9267 from 8889 when I was stock and 3d math reports my card as an r9 390 so I think the update worked.
I raised the clock to 1100/1376 and got 9679 all scores running fire strike.
I run an fx 8350 @4.73 ghz maybe I will get more this week when I will install an i7 4790k I will clock it the same @4.7 and see the actual difference using Intel CPU over AMD, im waiting for my z97 board.
Thx for the ready to flash BIOS +rep for you.
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Hey Guys I flashed the "290X_HYNIX_MOD_V1.8" bios to my reference asus 290x with Hynix memory and it works awsome I am running an XSPC full cover block with back plate, so I attempted to OC the card using Sapphitre Trixx I have adjusted the power limit to 50% and the gpu voltage to +150. It will work great and it will run benchmarks well but as soon as the pc goes to sleep, shuts down or windows has to restart it seems to be defaulting back to the +38mV of the modded bios and I get the back screen of death resulting in the removal of drivers in safe mode to get back up and running. I would like the Gpu voltage increase to be constant to avoid black screens is my only option to mod the bios further or do I have a problem somewhere else? Is the defaulting back to 38+ mV on startup normal?
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@Thunderc8 just test it out on some benchmark and check if you see some performance boost, or open hawaiibiosReader and check if the last 2 dpm states are at 1275 mv and the next two 1250 cuz that's what i set for my card..

Today I got artifacts and black screen while playing 3 times and I had to reset the PC.
So I returned back to stock can you suggest another BIOS to flash?
Or maybe I should run it stock without overclock because I did set the card to 1100/1375 without increasing the Volt's
Edited by Thunderc8 - 3/25/16 at 2:38pm
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Help us: we are in the lead by a very little margin. Submitting will keep us ahead.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1586140/3d-fanboy-competition-2016-nvidia-vs-amd/1150_50#post_25019282
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My mod bios based on asus strix 390xoc. Edit to work on 290/290x 4Gb, 3D clocks is 1000/1260, changed freqs and voltages, Stilt's Elpida BBBG timings for 1250&1375 straps, different fan profile, fSW set to 290kHz. After flash tools will detect Hynix, but it's not a problem.
asus290dc2oc_to_390x_A0fSW_by_gungstar.zip 99k .zip file
Edited by gungstar - 4/6/16 at 3:58am
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Help us: we are in the lead by a very little margin. Submitting will keep us ahead.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1586140/3d-fanboy-competition-2016-nvidia-vs-amd/1150_50#post_25019282

Yes, everyone go bench. Lets get the lead back. We are barely behind. Just barely.
     
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