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post #991 of 1780
Yep. I'm assuming Valley is hitting the shaders harder than Heaven and other games I've tried. Oddly the only game I've found that hits Valley 4K 0xAA levels of power draw is Firewatch at 4K - good god that thing is stupidly demanding for what it is haha
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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 .

thank you man thumb.gif

You think that the new timming mod will work ok with the nitro model?

I have currently my card memory at 540 mhz with undervolting.

cheers
post #993 of 1780
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Would this work on my XFX Fury Triple dissipation too?

Does it have any advantage to flash a bios with a newer version string on my reference fury. Atm i have 015.049.000.004. Think about flashing this one:

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/184647/184647
post #994 of 1780
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@subscribers

New Enhanced Protection ROM packs in OP smile.gif . These ROMs limit voltage as 1.36875V on loop 1 (GPU) and loop 2 (HBM). I have done this for the ROM I use 24/7 on my Fury X, reason being why is on a past card when testing HBM voltage mod I inadvertently set it as 1.4V redface.gif . SO regardless if you send i2c command / use OS OC tool / modify ROM you will not gain over 1.36875V VID for GPU and HBM, unless the protection hex value is modded. This hex value is independent of mods we do so no chance of inadvertently removing protection.

@MickyPearce

Thank you for results share smile.gif .

@alecuba16

All Fiji cards have same HBM, I do check VRAM_Info table whenever I view new to me ROM and so far all ROMs use the same table. If timings mod is an issue you can choose ROM without it wink.gif . I am doing Nitro ROM pack now and will PM you when added to OP smile.gif .

@Performer81

The ROM you have linked is Radeon Pro Duo Master ROM, I would not flash this ROM plus note the red box at top stating "unverified ROM", even if it was a Fury ROM I would not flash a unverified ROM to a card.
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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.

Woa, doesnt it get crazy loud? What case do you have?
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@subscribers

New Enhanced Protection ROM packs in OP smile.gif . These ROMs limit voltage as 1.36875V on loop 1 (GPU) and loop 2 (HBM). I have done this for the ROM I use 24/7 on my Fury X, reason being why is on a past card when testing HBM voltage mod I inadvertently set it as 1.4V redface.gif . SO regardless if you send i2c command / use OS OC tool / modify ROM you will not gain over 1.36875V VID for GPU and HBM, unless the protection hex value is modded. This hex value is independent of mods we do so no chance of inadvertently removing protection.

@MickyPearce

Thank you for results share smile.gif .

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All Fiji cards have same HBM, I do check VRAM_Info table whenever I view new to me ROM and so far all ROMs use the same table. If timings mod is an issue you can choose ROM without it wink.gif . I am doing Nitro ROM pack now and will PM you when added to OP smile.gif .

@Performer81

The ROM you have linked is Radeon Pro Duo Master ROM, I would not flash this ROM plus note the red box at top stating "unverified ROM", even if it was a Fury ROM I would not flash a unverified ROM to a card.

Silly question but do you have a rom i can use on my furyx quadfire to increase my scores. Im 300 points off from 1st place in 3x on hwbot but injust want to try to push my numbers higher on HOF.
post #997 of 1780
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@subscribers

New Enhanced Protection ROM packs in OP smile.gif . These ROMs limit voltage as 1.36875V on loop 1 (GPU) and loop 2 (HBM). I have done this for the ROM I use 24/7 on my Fury X, reason being why is on a past card when testing HBM voltage mod I inadvertently set it as 1.4V redface.gif . SO regardless if you send i2c command / use OS OC tool / modify ROM you will not gain over 1.36875V VID for GPU and HBM, unless the protection hex value is modded. This hex value is independent of mods we do so no chance of inadvertently removing protection.

Is this an actual limit or LLC/Vdroop related? I've have had some problems while setting individual DPM VDDC values. A rising tide lifts all boats and adjusting 1 DPM value raises observed VID of all others. I suspect I'm seeing LLC or Vdroop related problem.
Edited by bluezone - 7/25/16 at 11:12am
post #998 of 1780
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@dagget3450

TMOD ROM may help you gain some points over stock ROM. The TMOD ROM has HBM voltage offset so you could also increase it to gain further HBM clocks.

@bluezone

It's basically an output voltage limit, regardless of VID / offset / LLC on or off it will limit the output voltage. The card will not shut down like say when OVP OCP OTP is exceeded. So lets say I place 1300mV in a DPM and add an offset of 100mV then also get rid of vDroop, the output voltage in x loop will not exceed limit set. The output voltage is what IR3567B is monitoring within it's own self, there is a register for this, from IR3565B PDF +/- 0.5% accuracy. VMAX is per loop, each half byte is a loop, for example stock ROM is 66h, so loop 1 = 6h and loop 2 = 6h, I set it 55h.





I tested (semi cracked) VMAX ages ago when had my Vapor-X 290X and I used it to limit voltage whilst testing a ROM with no vDroop, now finally know how to set it after taking time to start marking as many registers as encountered via Hawaii mod and partial disclosure by "you know who" with his posts wink.gif .
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post #999 of 1780
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@bluezone

It's basically an output voltage limit, regardless of VID / offset / LLC on or off it will limit the output voltage. The card will not shut down like say when OVP OCP OTP is exceeded. So lets say I place 1300mV in a DPM and add an offset of 100mV then also get rid of vDroop, the output voltage in x loop will not exceed limit set. The output voltage is what IR3567B is monitoring within it's own self, there is a register for this, from IR3565B PDF +/- 0.5% accuracy. VMAX is per loop, each half byte is a loop, for example stock ROM is 66h, so loop 1 = 6h and loop 2 = 6h, I set it 55h.





I tested (semi cracked) VMAX ages ago when had my Vapor-X 290X and I used it to limit voltage whilst testing a ROM with no vDroop, now finally know how to set it after taking time to start marking as many registers as encountered via Hawaii mod and partial disclosure by "you know who" with his posts wink.gif .

Interesting and thank you. smile.gif

REP +1.
post #1000 of 1780
From the current trend of Async Computing Utilization Fiji based cards will age really well. Those massive amount of ALUs will shine once game developer transfers onto DX12/Vulkan. I am confident we won't even need to overclock Fiji cards that much at all. At 1050MHz with full 4096 Async Compute implemented ALU the FuryX will walk all over Maxwell and Pascal in DX12/Vulkan titles.biggrin.gif

Wait and see.
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