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tried the above mentioned as admin... same result :/

Well if that don't work the second solution you have its.-
Put the custom Bios in the video card, and just apply this patch as Admin

https://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-AMD-ATI-Pixel-Clock-Patcher

Remember every time you flash a new bios, or install a new driver must apply the patch until AMD admit custom bios, sometimes when the drivers are "mature" usually admit custom bios.-
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How you enable EVV voltage with Trixx?

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Whats the problem with the Gaming X ? I have a reference card with a Gaming X bios!


You cannot really enable or disable the voltage set by the EVV of the card, its always on since its the default voltage the card is set to.(determined by asic) Trixx just uses the default voltage(set by EVV) and overvolts based on that.

Theirs alot of reasons, different PCB, different timings, different VRM's, etc and the Gaming X already seems like it can do 1.4V, its just the software limiting it.
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You cannot really enable or disable the voltage set by the EVV of the card, its always on since its the default voltage the card is set to.(determined by asic) Trixx just uses the default voltage(set by EVV) and overvolts based on that.

Theirs alot of reasons, different PCB, different timings, different VRM's, etc and the Gaming X already seems like it can do 1.4V, its just the software limiting it.

I see, yes I have a crossfire and one video card have 1100 mv at stage 7 and the other 1150 mv - How you enable in trixx 200mv of overvolt, I only can 100 mv with other software like GPU Tweak II can rise 1.40v.-
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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

 

Thanks for the answer, just got around to flashing it yesterday and everything worked perfectly fine.  Currently have it running at 1500 MHz and 1.35 V until I have some time to start either reducing the core voltage and stress testing it, or see if I can stretch more clocks out of this thing.

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Thanks for the answer, just got around to flashing it yesterday and everything worked perfectly fine.  Currently have it running at 1500 MHz and 1.35 V until I have some time to start either reducing the core voltage and stress testing it, or see if I can stretch more clocks out of this thing.

Well probably not too much, more than 1.25v the gain per voltage it's not good - My recommendation it's stay in 1.24/1.25v max and try to find the best core freq for that - I don't have a water in the VRM only the core, so I don't go more than 1.20v.-
Im using the same Bios.-
Edited by GecKoTDF - 1/15/17 at 3:30pm
post #1166 of 3400
Hey guys.

I'm looking of a way to edit/add the voltage offset in my card's bios instead of using wattman.
I know i should search for it using atomdis, then if it's not there add the value and change other tables positions and data to accomodate the new value, but i'm still in need of some clearer example.
The last time i tried to locate a table using atomdis was when trying to edit my hawaii table, searching for the timings secion, and when i went to the offset that atomdis specified for the table, the memory frequency definitions were not there, so either i don't know the table's structure (which may have more data at the beggining or something like that) or i just can't relate the offsets that atomdis is showing with actual offsets in the bios, so i'm a little bit lost.
Any howto or example is welcome here.

Thanx in advance!
post #1167 of 3400
Hello,

I'm trying to edit the bios of my XFX RX480 GTR Black Edition and for whatever reason in the mV field on the core clocks it does not seem to show the correct values in mV instead it shows a value I'm not really familiar with (please see screenshot).
Is this normal?! Should I just delete those values and write whatever voltage I need for a certain clock speed in mV?


Edited by Steve27 - 1/16/17 at 3:36pm
post #1168 of 3400
It's normal that values in the voltage of Core are because with that numbers, the voltage of the 7 stages are calculated by de VRM with the ASIC quality - If you set it manual will work OK.- example Stage 7 1150mv
post #1169 of 3400
Awesome. I'm really new to Polaris. I recently jumped ship from Nvidia (GTX1060 6GB) and I'm really liking this card even though it's a bit hotter than Nvidia's offering. Anyway, my GPU has an ASIC quality of 80,4%. Do these values indicate the potential of the cards overclocking characteristics? Also, what would be absolute max voltage for GPU and memory, with the stock cooler, for daily use considering that on stock clocks and voltage the absolute max temp I'm seeing in DOOM with Vulkan is 72 ~ 73°C?
post #1170 of 3400
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Awesome. I'm really new to Polaris. I recently jumped ship from Nvidia (GTX1060 6GB) and I'm really liking this card even though it's a bit hotter than Nvidia's offering. Anyway, my GPU has an ASIC quality of 80,4%. Do these values indicate the potential of the cards overclocking characteristics? Also, what would be absolute max voltage for GPU and memory, with the stock cooler, for daily use considering that on stock clocks and voltage the absolute max temp I'm seeing in DOOM with Vulkan is 72 ~ 73°C?

Well the ASIC quality it's just a reference of the pure quality of the GPU Chip sorry my english it's not good - But in basic when you have more ASIC quality you need less voltage, but it's more sensitive to voltage changes, so probably you can't rise too much the overclock to win stability, for example if you get at stock voltage 1350 Mhz, it's probably you not win stability rising the voltage to get more frequency, but with the stock voltage you will have more freq than lower ASIC cards, and by the way it's less hotter so, with air you can work fine.-

About the stock cooler, that video card have a good cooler, my recommendation it's use the "RX 480 unlocked bios" you can go to 1.40v - In my personal opinion the max voltage for air cooler its 1.25v ideal 1.20v the VRM will not be very hot, but with that asic may be you can get decent overclock with less voltage than 1.20v.-

You can put the unlocked bios, and just overclock using GPU Tweak II, to get the mem freq, core and voltages, the mem voltage left it original 1000 mv no difference in stability you can get 2150 / 2160 Mhz without memory errors (HWinfo will show you that) - When you finally have the freq of Core, Mem and voltages of core, you can set it in a custom bios.-
The problem about custom bios it's not signed, so you need to patch the driver and all that stuff, the "unlocked bios" it's signed by AMD, so you don't need to patch the driver, and you can overclock by software.-

The last thing you must check it's your stock voltage with original bios in stage 7, some GPU have 1100 mv and others have 1150 mv, check that, because usually the overclock software detects 1150mv and if your video card is 1100 mv you will thing you are getting 1200 and in fact you are in 1150 mv.-
But always check the Real voltage in load (games, benchmarks, etc) with GPU-Z.-

Thats all!
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