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If you do crack the signature in the legacy section of AMD rom please do share smile.gif. I did post a few posts back that any mod to legacy section means "pure UEFI" mode will not work. SP unlock is done in the legacy section of ROM.

We can add an updated UEFI/GOP to a ROM manually or using GOPupd tool but:

a) no mod to legacy section.

b) must be a UEFI ROM from factory.

Reading that forum where the UEFI GOP updater came from, looks like someone is trying to.

I honestly don't think it's worth the trouble. These are the times that hacking up something gives you zero benefit. Hacking an already hacked rom, which is expecting stock roms. I must choose unlocked card giving me exactly Fury X performance and can be overclocked even more, or 2 seconds faster boot time. I keep the former and I'm happy.
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@sygnus21 My mobo is a Z170X-Gaming 6. Using the latest F6b at the moment.

The only last thing I had left was to get rid of the unlock mod.

I flashed "official" BIOS without any mods (3584 SP's) and CSM now stays disabled. The splash screen even gets correctly scaled as a result, instead of streching to the whole screen.

Some signature gets messed up. Something I wasn't aware at beginning because my Z170 system is still new (coming from a Z68XP-UD5 so no UEFI). I need to research a way to mod this without messing up some signature, if at all possible.

Thanks for all the help. Got it sorted out for now.

Thanks, but you've still not said what Gigabyte "bug" you were experiencing? If you're talking about mods... well I'm not familiar there, but mods to anything outside of their intended operations wouldn't be bugs if they failed. It would simply mean anything outside intended design specifications is not guaranteed to work. That in and of itself is not a bug, but an intended consequence to keep the item operating within its design specs.

Anyway I was just curious as to the bug you were referring to???
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GPU temp up to 81C from 74C max. VRM temp down to 70C from 81C max. GPU Core Power usage up to 389 Watts from 300 watts Max. 3DM FS GPU score 18023 up from GPU score 17122.
So VRM temperature is holding Nano back. If this wasn't a fluke.

Nice 3DM FS score thumb.gif , you have link to bench?
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Nice 3DM FS score thumb.gif , you have link to bench?

Sorry I didn't save the link. mad.gif
I already need to clear so many links to different runs in my browser that it is quite cluttered.

That is GPU score only. I only ran this experiment to see if thermals were effecting power delivery.
I didn't actually didn't intend to post any of this yet and intended to test some more.
post #905 of 1810
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That is a cracking 3DM FS GS score IMO thumb.gif .

I get ~17.5K without tess.tweak, (ie driver defaults) when using 1145/545 which is not throttling.

Were you using driver defaults?
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That is a cracking 3DM FS GS score IMO thumb.gif .

I get ~17.5K without tess.tweak, (ie driver defaults) when using 1145/545 which is not throttling.

Were you using driver defaults?

Yes driver defaults. If I recall I usually get around 18.7k with Tess off.
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WOW smile.gif , truly sweet score IMO smile.gif .

I haven't done a tess tweak run on 1145/545 yet, I get ~19.5K when had 1135/535 setup (link).

Only done so far 2 runs using driver defaults for 1145/545, run1, run 2.

At present running some testing on PowerLimit "stuff" to perhaps update Hawaii/Fiji PL sections.
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Thanks, but you've still not said what Gigabyte "bug" you were experiencing? If you're talking about mods... well I'm not familiar there, but mods to anything outside of their intended operations wouldn't be bugs if they failed. It would simply mean anything outside intended design specifications is not guaranteed to work. That in and of itself is not a bug, but an intended consequence to keep the item operating within its design specs.

Anyway I was just curious as to the bug you were referring to???

I thought it was a bug. It could be it wasn't for modded/hacked roms.

Each time I disable CSM and then reboot, the mobo would automatically enable CSM, because something is wrong with the graphics card rom (mods). I tried to trick the mobo, by:

1) Flashing Sapphire-supplied BIOS, then reboot.
2) Disabling CSM, so full UEFI
3) Flashing modded rom again, and reboot.

The result is that mobo would issue a long beep, and would not post for like 30 seconds until mobo resets itself, enabling CSM. Yes UEFI isn't that stupid.
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I thought it was a bug. It could be it wasn't for modded/hacked roms.

Each time I disable CSM and then reboot, the mobo would automatically enable CSM, because something is wrong with the graphics card rom (mods). I tried to trick the mobo, by:

1) Flashing Sapphire-supplied BIOS, then reboot.
2) Disabling CSM, so full UEFI
3) Flashing modded rom again, and reboot.

The result is that mobo would issue a long beep, and would not post for like 30 seconds until mobo resets itself, enabling CSM. Yes UEFI isn't that stupid.

Did you actually see my post here about getting UEFI and Secure Boot set up???
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Getting a little overwhelmed here but with using Fiji Bios Editor 1.2 if i'm wanting to just undervolt stock voltages to reduce temps I go to PowerPlay and reduce the DPM0 vid correct or do I need to manually set them all? Any assistance would be appreciated using a rvz02b case and just like to try an get the temps down on it some more.

Should mention i'm using a Asus R9 Nano White.
picture of powerplay below nothing else in the bios is fiddled with
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