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post #1141 of 3318
You can use the unlocked bios http://overclocking.guide/download/amd-radeon-rx-480-unlocked-air-bios/ and overclock with GPU Tweak II from Asus - You can up to 1.40v and power limit to 150% other softwares don't be able to do that.-
By the way that bios it's signed by AMD so you will not have problem with drivers and validation.-
post #1142 of 3318
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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 end up having to use that tool AND test mode enabled on Windows 10. Is there anywhere's that documents how to do it yourself I prefer to do my own hex editing but I could not find the info where that info came from to do my own mode. So at this time I have to run Windows 10 in test mode as well as use the patch tool.
post #1143 of 3318
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Originally Posted by UncleP View Post

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

You can try MSI afterburner if you want to get over 1175mv, just set it to 1175mv in wattman and then go into afterburner and increase the voltage ontop of that and you will be able to use about 1250mv

If you want more than that you can use watt tool.


if your crashing in games you might want to try harder stability tests really.
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post #1144 of 3318
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Originally Posted by UncleP View Post

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

The limit is likely not the bios, but Wattman, since it has a max voltage of 1175mv, you're gonna have to use either Afterburner or Trixx to up the voltage offset. Not sure about MSI, but the Sapphire Nitro has a 200mv max, where I believe Wattman's max is 100mv. With Afterburner I was able to hit 1500 no problem (on water) with 170mv offset.
post #1145 of 3318
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Originally Posted by KainXS View Post

You can try MSI afterburner if you want to get over 1175mv, just set it to 1175mv in wattman and then go into afterburner and increase the voltage ontop of that and you will be able to use about 1250mv

If you want more than that you can use watt tool.


if your crashing in games you might want to try harder stability tests really.

I try that that metod trust me, it's a pain in the ass - Wattman do a mess sometimes just reset the values just because he wants and you have problems all the time - I recommend use Asus GPU Tweak II you can rise to 1.40v with a unlocked and signed bios - I can't believe how software like MSI or TRIXX are not able to put more than 100mV.-
post #1146 of 3318
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Originally Posted by GecKoTDF View Post

I can't believe how software like MSI or TRIXX are not able to put more than 100mV.-

Afterburner allows me to go 200mv over, for whatever reason it says 100mv, but in reality it's 200mv, as it's going to 1.256v.
post #1147 of 3318
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Originally Posted by jeb101 View Post

Afterburner allows me to go 200mv over, for whatever reason it says 100mv, but in reality it's 200mv, as it's going to 1.256v.

Probably because in Wattman you have 1175 volts - I will check it in a bit to see.-

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Test it and no the MSI don't go more than 100mv if you have 1.256v it's because you have 1.175v in Wattman, the only software this days who can give you all the voltage you want without use of wattman its Asus GPU Tweak II.-
Edited by GecKoTDF - 1/12/17 at 8:54am
post #1148 of 3318
Hi,I have an xfx 480 gtr xxx. Is it safe to flash the bios of the black version?
post #1149 of 3318
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Hi,I have an xfx 480 gtr xxx. Is it safe to flash the bios of the black version?

Specs of you GPU and the Black version?
post #1150 of 3318
I have an xfx 480 gtr xxx, 1288 on core and 2000 on memory. The black version is 1328 on core. It's supposed to be same board.
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