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post #951 of 1994
Very strange.

You will see after post 590 Krahll used that same bios and had same Samsung IC on a Sapphire 290 Tri-X New Edition.

I edited the DEVICE ID to 290 for Krahll, I posted same tested good bios with just 290X DEVICE ID for you.

I just checked posted MODDED ROM for you and checksum is correct, I've also taken the VRAM_Info table of your stock ROM and compared with the MODDED one I posted and they are identical. I know all pointers to tables are correct as I manually checked and also ran a parse of ROM via ATOMDIS.

It has 947MHz GPU and 1250MHz RAM just for initial testing.

Don't know why it blackscreen for you.
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post #952 of 1994
Thanks for all the time you took. I'll retry tomorrow.

edit: I tried installing your file over the UEFI bios but the result is exactly the same.

After flashing is done, I reboot and there is just no signal to the screen. It just stays black.


I wonder what the problem is. Is there any information that I could give you that could help?
Edited by colorfuel - 12/12/15 at 3:48am
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Cheers for info, in the coming week when I have time will look at it again for you.
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Uhm, excuse me.Can I have a proper reply to my questions?I've been waiting curiously for some time D:
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Has anyone noted higher VRM 1 temperatures when running modded bios, particularly running 1287 in both gpu/memory tables?
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Hello to everyone. I`ve tried 390X bios with MEM mod on my sapphire r9 290 elpida. When i install new bios, i got artifacts on stock speeds, but when i add +25mv in afterburner, then artifacts go away. After 2 day gaming artifacts come back, then i add to +50mv and then artifacts go away for 3 days and come back again today. Can anyone help me with this? Any tips or help with editing bios. Please.

I use this bios in attached files.

290_ELPIDA_MOD_V1.7.zip 99k .zip file
post #957 of 1994
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Originally Posted by Dekkerlion View Post

Uhm, excuse me.Can I have a proper reply to my questions?I've been waiting curiously for some time D:

Uhmm.

And what is that again?

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Originally Posted by GDDR5 View Post

Hello to everyone. I`ve tried 390X bios with MEM mod on my sapphire r9 290 elpida. When i install new bios, i got artifacts on stock speeds, but when i add +25mv in afterburner, then artifacts go away. After 2 day gaming artifacts come back, then i add to +50mv and then artifacts go away for 3 days and come back again today. Can anyone help me with this? Any tips or help with editing bios. Please.

I use this bios in attached files.

290_ELPIDA_MOD_V1.7.zip 99k .zip file

You add +75 again. On the 3rd day, you add +100 again.

One day, the card will die. Next 3 days it will live again. tongue.gif

Serious now. The BIOS seemed too problematic for elpida. smile.gif
post #958 of 1994
I think about keeping my 290x default bios on the 290x tri-x new ed 8gb because of this. It has elpida mems and only memory strap up to 1375 (default clocks anyway). If no performance gain is expected for it and drivers now are the same for both hawaii and grenada, maybe it would be better to stay default. What do you think? This card is just amazing with 1130 core clock and default memory clocks. I talk about my card, not 4gb editions where performance gain is great.
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post #959 of 1994
Regarding the "voltage lock" on Gigabyte 390 cards, jaydude was able to provide me the G1 bios.

This bios is certainly not voltage locked. There is a voltage limit, but it certainly is not locked. The voltage limit is high enough to allow +125mV - +312.5mV voltage offsets, depending on the leakage (stock voltage). Even it the worst case you´ll have +125mV margin.
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Regarding the "voltage lock" on Gigabyte 390 cards, jaydude was able to provide me the G1 bios.

This bios is certainly not voltage locked. There is a voltage limit, but it certainly is not locked. The voltage limit is high enough to allow +125mV - +312.5mV voltage offsets, depending on the leakage (stock voltage). Even it the worst case you´ll have +125mV margin.

Can you point which or where to find the Voltage Limit set in the BIOS?

I have tested different BIOSes into my card and no other factory BIOS can give me more than 1.36Volts at load no matter how much I add thru software. thumb.gif
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