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post #1131 of 3451
Chris, you're doing what I had to do with my 7950, I squeezed it out for efficiency.

The straps sometimes help more than clock speed when you aren't worried about bandwidth, but latency. Since 460 has less cores, delay might give a bigger hit than burst speeds.
post #1132 of 3451

So I'm new to BIOS flashing, closest I've done is updating my motherboard BIOS.

 

I have a PowerColor Reference RX 480 8 GB and looking to get past the 1150 mV limit since I have a full cover EK block on it.  Would the BIOS available here http://overclocking.guide/download/amd-radeon-rx-480-unlocked-air-bios/ work with my PowerColor card even though it's an Asus BIOS?

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post #1133 of 3451
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Originally Posted by axipher View Post

So I'm new to BIOS flashing, closest I've done is updating my motherboard BIOS.

I have a PowerColor Reference RX 480 8 GB and looking to get past the 1150 mV limit since I have a full cover EK block on it.  Would the BIOS available here http://overclocking.guide/download/amd-radeon-rx-480-unlocked-air-bios/ work with my PowerColor card even though it's an Asus BIOS?

Yes
post #1134 of 3451
hi i have a msi armor 4gb OC and would like it edited for mining

stock clock is 1291mhz
stock ram is 1750mhz

here is the bios from GPU-Z

http://colesrepair.voidbits.com/ellesmere.rom
post #1135 of 3451
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Originally Posted by Vento041 View Post

That could be really too much xD btw: 3584432a_mod.png

Tried this with the new driver. It is not working for me. Can someone else confirm?

I used HxD to change the values.

EDIT:
This worked for me, thanks! 16.2.2 WHQL release, confirmed working!
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Originally Posted by ToastyX View Post

I've added the BIOS signature check to the pixel clock patcher: https://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-AMD-ATI-Pixel-Clock-Patcher

1. Install the driver normally. Do not reboot when asked.
2. Run atikmdag-patcher.exe to patch the driver.
3. Reboot.

I haven't tested it with a modified BIOS, so let me know if it works. You can undo the patch by running the patcher again. If you don't need any of the pixel clock limits, you can rename the file to atikmdag-patcher-bios.exe to patch only the BIOS signature check.

Edited by jenxrj - 1/10/17 at 5:44am
post #1136 of 3451
Pixel Clock Patcher did not work! Said it patched it but the bottom said no BIOS Signature found. Stop screwing around with all this baloney and a patcher that does not work half the time. Just kill the damn signature checker permantly this way.

To disable driver signature enforcement permanently in Windows 10, you need to do the following:

Open an elevated command prompt instance. Type the two command lines below.

bcdedit.exe -set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING ON
bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy
Edited by molitar - 1/11/17 at 1:52am
post #1137 of 3451
Good Info, In my personal opinion never install drivers from external official support so, dont care about the driver signature, and its a problem with the custom bios.-
post #1138 of 3451
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Originally Posted by molitar View Post

Pixel Clock Patcher did not work! Said it patched it but the bottom said no BIOS Signature found. Stop screwing around with all this baloney and a patcher that does not work half the time. Just kill the damn signature checker permantly this way.

To disable driver signature enforcement permanently in Windows 10, you need to do the following:

Open an elevated command prompt instance. Type the two command lines below.

bcdedit.exe -set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING ON
bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy

The problem is related to a bios signature check done by the driver. What you said is useful only to load usigned driver. It's true that by patching the driver files you break the driver signature so windows wont load it, and that's why you need that driver signature enforcment. That tool works (i tested it on my win 10 x64, amd driver 16.2.2-Jan3), the manual patch probably doesn't work anymore couse amd could have changed offsets. Are you sure that you used that tool properly? (That tool also take care of driver signature, the createor use his own certificate, so you'll not need to enable driver signature enforcment with bcdedit)
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Originally Posted by GecKoTDF View Post

Good Info, In my personal opinion never install drivers from external official support so, dont care about the driver signature, and its a problem with the custom bios.-

Nobody is making new unofficial drivers. What you see is just a well documented mod that you can replicate by yourself with any hex editor.
post #1139 of 3451
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Originally Posted by Vento041 View Post

The problem is related to a bios signature check done by the driver. What you said is useful only to load usigned driver. It's true that by patching the driver files you break the driver signature so windows wont load it, and that's why you need that driver signature enforcment. That tool works (i tested it on my win 10 x64, amd driver 16.2.2-Jan3), the manual patch probably doesn't work anymore couse amd could have changed offsets. Are you sure that you used that tool properly? (That tool also take care of driver signature, the createor use his own certificate, so you'll not need to enable driver signature enforcment with bcdedit)
Nobody is making new unofficial drivers. What you see is just a well documented mod that you can replicate by yourself with any hex editor.

I Mean... Its a good idea disable the signature check from Windows, because we never use drivers unnoficial so, I don't think AMD will destroy our pc's with bad drivers - So I like the idea to disable the check, because when you are using custom bios its a problem.-
post #1140 of 3451
Can someone make me a bios for a gaming x rx480 4gb by msi, I want the ability to have unlocked voltages so I can get into 1400mhz and 2000 on mem since on the wattman limit its stable like that during benchmarks but crashes during games and its running pretty cool so I know the problem is not enough voltage thanks
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