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@xTesla1856

You have Sapphire Fury Nitro OC, is it possible you can share both ROM positions dumps? so I can see if you also have same issue as alecuba16 card. I know Sapphire Fury Nitro non OC edition has increased PL/target GPU temp ROMs but they are not malformed, as @danjal provided these to me a while back.

I can give you mine smile.gif. If I am not mistaken I've bought it from the same store than aleacuba16 did.

furybios.zip 212k .zip file
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Hi gupsterg, thank you for your awesome info.

I made a dump again for switchoff , but this time with atiwinflash and surprise, the md5 is different from the one that I sent you yesterday.

Would you check it again?

The new down (switch_off):

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/46919572/260w_75c_mode_switchoff.rom

I will check later, the information that you have provided about the switchon.

Thanks again man!

This matches @costilletas switch off ROM smile.gif , but now the switch on does not match with his frown.gif .





Something odd is going on on your system, what version of GPU-Z / ATiWinFlash are you using? cheer smile.gif .

*** edit ***

The area which you have hex values (ie not FF should be FF like in costilletas dump of ROM.

Shall I mod his copies for you?
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I can give you mine smile.gif. If I am not mistaken I've bought it from the same store than aleacuba16 did.

furybios.zip 212k .zip file

+rep smile.gif , thank you for these, yours are both fine from what I can tell, will do further checks and if there is issue will post smile.gif .

*** edit ***

Yours are definitely fine dumps as only bios header / bios signature / PowerPlay differ, like I have seen in:-

i) Sapphire Fury Tri-X STD & OC (stock/increased PL/temp ROMs)
ii) Sapphire Fury Nitro STD (stock/increased PL/temp ROMs)
Edited by gupsterg - 7/22/16 at 12:47pm
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This matches @costilletas switch off ROM smile.gif , but now the switch on does not match with his frown.gif .





Something odd is going on on your system, what version of GPU-Z / ATiWinFlash are you using? cheer smile.gif .

*** edit ***

The area which you have hex values (ie not FF should be FF like in costilletas dump of ROM.

Shall I mod his copies for you?
+rep smile.gif , thank you for these, yours are both fine from what I can tell, will do further checks and if there is issue will post smile.gif .

*** edit ***

Yours are definitely fine dumps as only bios header / bios signature / PowerPlay differ, like I have seen in:-

i) Sapphire Fury Tri-X STD & OC (stock/increased PL/temp ROMs)
ii) Sapphire Fury Nitro STD (stock/increased PL/temp ROMs)

For sure,I think that his copies will work well on mine's, because we bought the same card on same shop.

Maybe my system creating bad dumps because some antivirus analysis or something doh.gif I will check and compare the md5 to the costilletas one's to find the source of dump corruption, for sure is the antivirus.
post #984 of 1773
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@subscribers

OP has new ROM packs with timings mod smile.gif .

@alecuba16

Yes costilletas ROMs will work on your card and I will view, advise offset location for VDDC offset. I will also be creating a Fury Nitro ROM pack with HBM voltage offset and timings mod to add to OP smile.gif .
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Hey guys - Just wanted to share my results from benching and comparing the R9 Nano Stock Offset rom with the R9 Nano Stock Offset + tight timings modded bioses.







Overall there's a small gain in Firestrike Extreme - where the 512 GB/s bandwidth is obviously not a limiting factor, but is hammered enough to show a gain.

I have to say even at stock - once the power limits are upped (I have mine at 300w| 290A | 300w TDP) - and the card is adequately cooled the R9 Nano is a 6-inch, single fanned monster. I don't think I've ever admired a GPU this much before - I've been in the game since the the Geforce FX 5200 days and owned at least a good 10 cards in that time - but the Nano is just such an awesome bit of engineering, so much power in the smallest form factor possible. Hell even the cooler that appears dinky and undersized handles more wattage than the FE GTX 1080 and it manages to stay cooler too, absolute peak of 68 degrees in a closed room in my rig running Valley 4K 0xAA (runs hotter than 3dmark and Heaven as it pulls around 25 amps more current interestingly).

Great card - great support by the wonderful modding community!
Edited by MickyPearce - 7/24/16 at 2:59am
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I have to say even at stock - once the power limits are upped (I have mine at 300w| 290A | 300w TDP) - and the card is adequately cooled the R9 Nano is a 6-inch, single fanned monster. I don't think I've ever admired a GPU this much before - I've been in the game since the the Geforce FX 5200 days and owned at least a good 10 cards in that time - but the Nano is just such an awesome bit of engineering, so much power in the smallest form factor possible. Hell even the cooler that appears dinky and undersized handles more wattage than the FE GTX 1080 and it manages to stay cooler too, absolute peak of 68 degrees in a closed room in my rig running Valley 4K 0xAA (runs hotter than 3dmark and Heaven as it pulls around 25 amps more current interestingly).

Great card - great support by the wonderful modding community!

Did you make any changes to your cooling setup? Like reapply the paste, or stack fans?
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post #987 of 1773
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runs hotter than 3dmark and Heaven as it pulls around 25 amps more current interestingly

That's about 300W (12V X 25A) @ the card, or is this measured at the wall?
Edited by bluezone - 7/24/16 at 11:31am
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Just from HWiNFO64 sensor readout for GPU Core Current - its averages around 205A rather than 180A.
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No alterations to the card, but I have a 140mm 2000rpm fan blowing directly across the back of the card to cool the VRMs. The VRMs seem to cause throttling as soon as they hit 100 degrees in my observations - so I alleviated that problem. I also allow the fan on the card to ramp up to 100% once the card cracks 50 degrees.
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No alterations to the card, but I have a 140mm 2000rpm fan blowing directly across the back of the card to cool the VRMs. The VRMs seem to cause throttling as soon as they hit 100 degrees in my observations - so I alleviated that problem. I also allow the fan on the card to ramp up to 100% once the card cracks 50 degrees.

OK so more like 1.25V X 25A = 31.25W. Nice increase.
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