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post #1311 of 3452
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Originally Posted by ku4eto View Post

Guys.

I tried searching for, but i couldn't find any info, on HOW EXACTLY to mod the AMD driver .sys file.

I mean, i do not want to be stuck with only 1 version of the drivers. Currently using 17.2.1. and i am trying to unlock the RX460 shaders/TMU's

This tool signs the driver for custom builds. Use it after installing any driver. There is no longer need for tweaking the atikmdag.sys.

https://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-AMD-ATI-Pixel-Clock-Patcher
post #1312 of 3452
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Originally Posted by elzohery View Post

as i said in my post i`m already useing atiwinflash useing save button

and it extracted it to me 256 kb

now if i edited it in polaris and flashed it useing atiwinflash , is there any something wronge will happen to my gpu ?

Yes, it wont work most likely.

You said you bought 4 nitro+ cards, do they have the same VRAM brand? If they do, use the BIOS you used for the other cards that did have a 512kb when you saved it.
post #1313 of 3452
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Originally Posted by elzohery View Post

as i said in my post i`m already useing atiwinflash useing save button

and it extracted it to me 256 kb

now if i edited it in polaris and flashed it useing atiwinflash , is there any something wronge will happen to my gpu ?

Just saying on my RX 480 and others some bios are 512 and some are only 256. When I extract it with atiwinflassh original powercolor red devil bios and then open in the polaris bios editor it gives me the same warning...I just click okay change what I want, save, then run through the UEFI adder batch program.

As I have read on these cards all the bios are are actually only 256kb the ones that are 512 have 256kb of zeros at the end.

Flashing and using my modifeid bios have not been issue, only had the rx 480 for a couple months unlike my previous hawaii cards.

Also make sure you dual bios switch is the same as I have seen difference in size between the bios that are on the cards from the manufacturers.
Edited by mtrai - 2/18/17 at 5:06pm
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post #1314 of 3452
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Mix i am testing at the moment

555000000000000022CC1C00AD615A41C0570E15B00B450A006AE7000B031420FA8900A003000000190F2F39B22D3517

231-233GB/s (216GB/s Stock) +7.5%! WOW
1375 - 1500 - 1625 Mix
No EDC Errors Mem@2100Mhz (1000mv) / Core @1350Mhz
Tested with 3DMark ,Valley,BF1,FC Primal
post #1315 of 3452
How does that string get broken down in actual timings? I.e., how did you "mix" the timings?
post #1316 of 3452
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by SSBrain View Post

How does that string get broken down in actual timings? I.e., how did you "mix" the timings?

i read them this way, i hope is the right way rolleyes.gif seem to work anyway

55 50 00 00 00 00 00 00 22 CC 1C 00 AD 61 5A 41 C0 57 0E 15 B0 0B 45 0A 00 6A E7 00 0B 03 14 20 FA 89 00 A0 03 00 00 00 19 0F 2F 39 B2 2D 35 17
post #1317 of 3452
Thread Starter 
555000000000000022CC1C00AD615A41C0570E15B00B450A0068E7000B031420FA8900A003000000190F2F39B22D3517

235GB/s biggrin.gif
post #1318 of 3452
Wouldn't it make more sense to subdivide it in order to show groups that appear to increase in a consecutive manner? E.G. here are the default timings for my 4GB RX480 card with Samsung memory (from Polaris Bios Editor)
Code:
 250 - 111000000000000022CC1C00628C 11 0B 2057 09 080DC 36 00 10 02 04 20 021011420A A8800A 000000 00004 03 08 09 16 0D 0E 0E
 600 - 333000000000000022CC1C00A520 24 19 4057 0B 0B16C 55 10 30 02 26 40 03A051420C A8800A 000000 00009 06 11 14 35 14 17 10
 900 - 333000000000000022CC1C00E730 36 25 8057 0B 0F9D8 60 20 50 02 48 50 05A091420D A8800A 000000 0000D 08 19 1E 50 1B 1E 12
1000 - 333000000000000022CC1C0008B5 36 29 9057 0B 101FC 79 20 50 04 48 60 0620A14206 A8900A 000000 0000E 09 1C 21 59 1D 20 13
1125 - 333000000000000022CC1C0029BD 47 2F A057 0C 11234 85 30 60 04 6A 60 06A0C14206 A8900A 000000 00010 0A 20 26 65 20 24 14
1250 - 333000000000000022CC1C004AC5 48 34 B057 0C 12A68 80 30 70 04 6A 70 0720E14207 A8900A 000000 00012 0B 23 2A 70 22 27 14
1375 - 333000000000000022CC1C008CCD 59 3A C057 0D 13AA0 9B 40 70 04 8C 70 07A0014207 A8900A 002000 00014 0D 27 2E 7B 25 2B 15
1500 - 555000000000000022CC1C00AD51 5A 3E C057 0E 142D4 A6 40 80 04 8C 70 0030114207 A8900A 003000 00015 0E 2A 31 86 27 2E 16
1625 - 555000000000000022CC1C00CE59 6B 44 D057 0F 1531C B2 40 90 04 AE 70 00B0314207 A8900A 003000 00017 0F 2E 36 92 2A 32 17
1750 - 777000000000000022CC1C001062 6C 49 D057 10 16B50 BD 50 90 04 AE 70 0140514207 A8900A 003000 00019 11 31 39 9D 2C 36 17
1900 - 777000000000000022CC1C00106A 7D 4F E057 11 17B98 CA 50 A0 04 C0 70 11C0714207 A8900A 003000 0001B 11 35 3F AA 2F 3A 18
2000 - 777000000000000022CC1C0031EE 7D 53 F057 11 183BC D3 50 B0 04 C0 70 1240814207 A8900A 003000 0001C 12 38 42 B3 31 3C 19

Edited by SSBrain - 2/19/17 at 10:04am
post #1319 of 3452
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by SSBrain View Post

Wouldn't it make more sense to subdivide it in order to show groups that appear to increase in a consecutive manner? E.G. here are the default timings for my 4GB RX480 card with Samsung memory (from Polaris Bios Editor)
Code:
 250 - 111000000000000022CC1C00628C 11 0B 2057 09 080DC 36 00 10 02 04 20 021011420A A8800A 000000 00004 03 08 09 16 0D 0E 0E
 600 - 333000000000000022CC1C00A520 24 19 4057 0B 0B16C 55 10 30 02 26 40 03A051420C A8800A 000000 00009 06 11 14 35 14 17 10
 900 - 333000000000000022CC1C00E730 36 25 8057 0B 0F9D8 60 20 50 02 48 50 05A091420D A8800A 000000 0000D 08 19 1E 50 1B 1E 12
1000 - 333000000000000022CC1C0008B5 36 29 9057 0B 101FC 79 20 50 04 48 60 0620A14206 A8900A 000000 0000E 09 1C 21 59 1D 20 13
1125 - 333000000000000022CC1C0029BD 47 2F A057 0C 11234 85 30 60 04 6A 60 06A0C14206 A8900A 000000 00010 0A 20 26 65 20 24 14
1250 - 333000000000000022CC1C004AC5 48 34 B057 0C 12A68 80 30 70 04 6A 70 0720E14207 A8900A 000000 00012 0B 23 2A 70 22 27 14
1375 - 333000000000000022CC1C008CCD 59 3A C057 0D 13AA0 9B 40 70 04 8C 70 07A0014207 A8900A 002000 00014 0D 27 2E 7B 25 2B 15
1500 - 555000000000000022CC1C00AD51 5A 3E C057 0E 142D4 A6 40 80 04 8C 70 0030114207 A8900A 003000 00015 0E 2A 31 86 27 2E 16
1625 - 555000000000000022CC1C00CE59 6B 44 D057 0F 1531C B2 40 90 04 AE 70 00B0314207 A8900A 003000 00017 0F 2E 36 92 2A 32 17
1750 - 777000000000000022CC1C001062 6C 49 D057 10 16B50 BD 50 90 04 AE 70 0140514207 A8900A 003000 00019 11 31 39 9D 2C 36 17
1900 - 777000000000000022CC1C00106A 7D 4F E057 11 17B98 CA 50 A0 04 C0 70 11C0714207 A8900A 003000 0001B 11 35 3F AA 2F 3A 18
2000 - 777000000000000022CC1C0031EE 7D 53 F057 11 183BC D3 50 B0 04 C0 70 1240814207 A8900A 003000 0001C 12 38 42 B3 31 3C 19

thumb.gif you are way ahead of me here

i'll do more test using this "map"
post #1320 of 3452
I think that the question really is: "how do you determine which timing is more giving/detrimental to performance AND stability of the whole sequence?"

Using pure straps on my sk hynix ones is simple, but having it stable even at stock 1750mhz on 1500 strap is hard. What timings should you mix from other straps and in which order to have timings loose where performance doesnt count (but adds to stability), and which have tighter to gain performance (without losing stability)?

On System RAM things are really presented to yourself and we all know what the first 4 timings do, and what do they do to performance and with trial and error, to stability given your memory module's particularities, VRAM timing mod is a lot fresher topic in this regard, so I dont think that what I know of system ram timings really apply here since DDR1-4 and GDDR5 are kind of different. So to the people mixing timings: what do you look after when doing it? Or is it sheer trial and error and flashing like 100 times different bioses and see if the spaghetti sticks to the wall or not?

Thanks in advance.
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