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post #531 of 1874
Just tested the Nitro bios and the system doesn't even post biggrin.gif

Not sure if that could be related to the ram, I can do 1115 core and 1400 mem at +0 mv (stock for this card in trixx is +13 mv) and 1150 core 1550 mem at +75 mv fully stable (the card probably could do better in terms of mv used, but I've been busy to deep testing the card), so probably I'm going to need more V for the bios to work.

Regards.
post #532 of 1874
Hi guys.. İs there any instructions for change to gpu name? i want to change my 290x gpu name to 390x. is it possible?

Thanks..
post #533 of 1874
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Originally Posted by Krahll View Post

Just tested the Nitro bios and the system doesn't even post biggrin.gif

Only has Hynix AJR support (H5GC4H24AJR) .

Your factory rom shows Samsung K4G20325FS , IIRC 290Xs with Samsung ram usually have K4G20325FD.

Your stock rom also has Elpida EDW2032BBBG support.
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Originally Posted by Krahll View Post

I've tested the bioses at the OP pack (290 Tri-X new edition, Samsung ram), and the only one that lets me boot into windows is the 290_SAMSUNG_MOD_V1.7 but wont let me install drivers, either got black screen or install ends and after reboot it tells me "no amd gpu detected" or "driver not installed" so I think for this custom pcb at least they are not working.

Besides the custom PCB I think now looking at your rom it may also be due to the differing Samsung IC from usual 290X with Samsung.
Edited by gupsterg - 9/5/15 at 12:24pm
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post #534 of 1874
Hello, I need help, well first english is not my languange, sorry for my mistakes

I have msi r9 290 gaming 4 with Hynix memory and this bios
http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/155514/msi-r9290-4096-140218.html

First use DDU, reboot and flash gpu, reboot, windows start correctly but when I try install drivers take black screens.

I tried differents bios of hynix memory and the same result.
Can you help me?

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Originally Posted by Faster_is_better View Post

You know what, I just discovered that you can actually control 0-100% with Afterburner!! You have to use the custom fan curve, you can set it however you like. I have full control, just stopped my fans and adjusted them below 25% no problem biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

It's very strange you can't adjust them manually via the slider, that has 25% minimum, but just set them to Auto and create your own fan curve and off you go! Super excited, I can make this totally silent now I bet.

I tried that way on my cards (when had others) they had stock rom and even under custom profile not work, which rom are you using? cheers for info thumb.gif .
I am using this one: R9_390X_Stable_v1.5MEM_HYNIX

It is the Hynix MEM Mod version for r9 290. Using MSI AB 4.1.1
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Hello, I need help, well first english is not my languange, sorry for my mistakes

I have msi r9 290 gaming 4 with Hynix memory and this bios
http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/155514/msi-r9290-4096-140218.html

First use DDU, reboot and flash gpu, reboot, windows start correctly but when I try install drivers take black screens.

I tried differents bios of hynix memory and the same result.
Can you help me?

Enviado desde mi D6603 mediante Tapatalk

I think the r9 290 MSI Gaming cards use a non-reference designed layout, so these altered BIOS may not work for you.
post #536 of 1874
Hi!

could my bios be modified?

my bios: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ons70assjz6mm2c/hynix_uefi.rom?dl=0

-without drivers
original uefi:


-with drivers
original uefi



-without drivers
290_hynix_mod_v1.7:

Edited by manuhr - 9/6/15 at 3:31am
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Is VDDCI moded? After flash GPU-Z show 1.031V (should 1.000V). 1.7 elpida stock on DirectCU II. Do you have also VDDCI a little higher after flash?
Edited by JooTheNoo - 9/7/15 at 7:39am
post #538 of 1874
Same for me, VDDCI is 1.031V. I made mistake and had Vcore voltage offset in MSI Afterburner before I modified bios, it now shows me as 1.023V for Vcore. I am not sure it that reading is bugged or Vcore is really higher now. I didn't touch any voltage setting in modded bios. I used R9 390 bios with only different memory timings, with default voltages for R9 290.
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Is VDDCI moded? After flash GPU-Z show 1.031V (should 1.000V). 1.7 elpida stock on DirectCU II. Do you have also VDDCI a little higher after flash?
I think the 1.031 is default for the 390 bios. The vddci is not changed in this bios it is default what the 390 bios has.
post #540 of 1874
Not too sure what seems to be the issue: -

I have a Reference 290X using Elpida VRAMs and I used the respective BIOS (mem modded one) but I wasn't able to break 1050Mhz on the core @ +100mV. Memory clocks were untouched at 1250Mhz.

On the contrary, the stock BIOS coupled with MSI AB V4.0.0 voltage tweak to 150mV yielded 1200Mhz on the core.
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