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Did they change anything since latest AMD driver in terms of device ID check vor sth linke that? Now i cant even use 1.5a anymore which did work with previous driver...
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Hi guys,

Whenever I try to run (by double-clicking) MemoryInfo 1005 or cuinfo16, the exe would immediately crash, with an "APPCRASH" error, I have full admin rights and disabled ULPS.
Got any ideas on this issue?smile.gif
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Originally Posted by skyrrd View Post

Did they change anything since latest AMD driver in terms of device ID check vor sth linke that? Now i cant even use 1.5a anymore which did work with previous driver...

1.7 is the BEST
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Hmm interesting... Maybe some of those values do indeed correspond to actual core and aux. voltage values? I'm sure if @gupsterg was in here he could shed some light on the subject.

- Insan1tyOne smile.gif

RE voltage table Link:- http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=5120204&postcount=582

I think DDSZ & Oneb1t have still left it in Hawaiireader for the reason if it's there perhaps someone changing values will discover their role. I recall Oneb1t doing some tests with it and initially it seemed edits worked but then he realised they didn't.
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Originally Posted by fyzzz View Post

I know that you could add an offset in a bios and then it might work, but i don't know how to do that (I migh investigate more on that). I can only change the 'base' voltage and with that only the core can be raised (atleast in my case).

You may recall in PM I sent you an image of what I call the "directory of tables" in rom, this required editing due to how when new addition data is added to a rom offset locations for beginning of a table change. For example when you add the 4 hex values to create gpu core voltage offset in VoltageObjectInfo table all offset locations for data / command tables after it will shift by 4. Plus you would need to edit the first hex value of that table to account for the increase in data and also 7th value (only viewed 290/X roms, may differ in 390/390X). Then also you must remove 4 empty hex values in the padding area after command tables to keep the rom the right size.

Atomdis orders tables differently to how they are located in rom, you need to place the data / command tables in order of offset so then you know which ones will shift. Then there is also this unknown table in command tables that atomdis does not list, it maybe due to old version of atomdis or it could be a feature to hide that table. From several roms that I viewed it is always located between the command tables shown in image.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
31acf47f_Markingunknowndatamodv2.jpeg

Lard has created a batch file which makes editing quicker but you still need to do the rest. Also so far no one has deciphered how the voltageobjectinfo table works and as it's to do with the VRM you could potentially cause damage to card.

I currently only edit roms which have gpu core voltage offset already to what I require.
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Originally Posted by fyzzz View Post

To overclock the memory you need a offset.

Not necessarily, why I use a rom with a GPU core voltage offset is then in MSI AB (other apps) you get a clear indication that the rom has extra voltage. For example in the rom I use for my card it has a gpu core voltage offset of 37.5mv which applies to all states, I then lower voltage in DPM 0 - 5 below stock so when the offset is added it becomes 1 step higher then stock.

ie DPM 0 stock is 0.96875V , in my rom I set it to 0.93750V, with offset it becomes 0.97500V ( 0.93750V + 0.03750V).

For DPM 6 - 7 I leave values set to 65287 and 65288 , which is EVV stock plus gpu core voltage offset.

IMO even with low gpu freq I think the IMC just starts needing more juice for higher freq ram. Rather than a gpu core voltage offset in rom just set voltage higher for each dpm state.
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Hawaii1.zip 198k .zip file

i tried to do a new one. now i copied only the voltage table form the stock vapor bios and the Limit Table. Can you look if i made a mistake? mabye it was the first time wrong because i didnt changed the limit table

Why you are not getting the same voltages is due to the Vapor-X rom having a gpu core voltage offset, this is not shown in hawaiireader. The XFX 390X rom does not have a gpu core voltage offset.

I would assume some people will get differing voltages with the XFX 390X rom if their voltage controller chip has a preprogrammed gpu core voltage offset.
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post #316 of 1872
Alright guys.

My card is the 290x, hynix mem, reference pcb, NON UEFI bios.
http://www.powercolor.com/global/products_features.asp?id=489#Specification


Can I still flash with the 290X_HYNIX_STOCK_V1.7.rom ?
post #317 of 1872
i would say; yes, just try it! But follow the guide, so you dont do anything wrong or forget a step
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I have tried every BIOS on my MSI 290 Gaming 4G card (Hynix memory) and none of them will display a picture after I install the drivers, it just black screens although I think Windows is still running in the background.

Card runs good clocks on stock voltage, actually I can run 1150Mhz core with negative voltage on the 290 BIOS, so not sure what is stopping it from displaying a picture with the 390 BIOS. frown.gif

EDIT: Just wondered, I think I had my card on the legacy BIOS switch (left side) when it maybe should of been on the right for hybrid BIOS? Would this make any difference?
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anyone figure out why when flashing lightning bios i cant add voltage in afterburner
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I don't believe those bios flash works on the lightning, I lost all kinds of functionality with both Bioses I couldn't even change the frequency
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