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Ok I'll give those a try in a few minutes already ran difference between 1303 2000 and 1250 2067 was about 2fps on avg max and min so no big deal instead of reloading bios I just set stock .153 bios to 1250 2067 letting it run for a few to see if it still gets as hot.

so at those settings 1250 2067 core topped 87 and vrm 93 so not much difference. gonna load up those bios you said to try now. Oh and about the foam if you look at my profile there's a decent gap there already of about 1 inch.

Ok I just took this with my phone so you could see in game this is with your newest bios 1306 2167 85,88,85 the bench lost a few fps over stock .153 bios vrm topped at only 78° I should note I ran a bench before gameplay and it scored avg 53 max 93 min 23 then in game after a minute or so the top core dropped when I went back to run bench again that was the results in the pic.


This is a major improvement over stock .153 bios in temperature and really close in performance only losing a few fps we went from 89° core to about 75° and vrm from 95° to about 78°

Here's rise of the tomb raider dx12 mgpu 4k very high preset smaa

Batman arkham knight 1440p maxed out single card


40fps witcher 3 4k ultra


Liking what I see Chris I'm gonna go run some synthetic benches and I'll report back looking excellent so far though. I do need to get off these old drivers though cause having problems running deus ex MD now and ghosts is my current game and these old drivers don't have the crossfire profile for it.
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This is a major improvement over stock .153 bios in temperature and really close in performance only losing a few fps we went from 89° core to about 75° and vrm from 95° to about 78°
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Yeah? I have a tutorial... on how to use new drivers.

Nice. So I think we have more headroom for some more speed if you want?

Got YouTube? Make a bunch of DeLimited Crossfire vids... only same olds on now nothing like DeLimited bios thumb.gif

AMDDRIVERPATCHERDIRECTIONS.rtf 2k .rtf file
Jeztur2003_1333mhz_2167Mhz_88C_88C_88C.zip 110k .zip file
Jeztur2003_1333mhz_2167Mhz_87C_88C_87C.zip 110k .zip file
Jeztur2003_1333mhz_2167Mhz_86C_88C_86C.zip 110k .zip file
Jeztur2003_1333mhz_2167Mhz_85C_88C_85C.zip 110k .zip file
Edited by chris89 - 3/28/17 at 4:04am
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Awesome sauce I'll give these a try and bet on youtube videos I have a channel I'll definitely have to follow tutorial for drivers so I can get relive going again.

Top bios result 88,88,88 core topped out at 77 vrm 80




What's your thoughts chris I didn't feel necessary to try the others cause everything is within range and produced the highest bench results thus far. Scratch that scaling at 1080 sucks top core is hanging around 800mhz. So the previous ones 1306 2167 85,88,85 are best yet and scale good in all resolutions guess i'll try the 1333 2167 85,88,85 and see what those do.

ok i tried the 1333 2167 85,88,85 scaling was better in 1080 but had hanging freeze ups for 1/2 second about 10 times on valley bench. the end results

1306 2167 85,88,85
valley 1080p
77fps score 3253
smooth

1333 2167 85,88,85
valley1080p
76fps score 3205
freezing

I'm really happy with the 1st scores there they're very comparable to stock .153 bios with no where near the heat on core or vrms. Not sure we can beat that and I'm perfectly fine with that. I'm gonna go work on getting the drivers switched to newer version now.

Just picked up an MSI RX480 4GB with 8 physical blocks of Hynix RAM on the PCB. Has anyone tried flashing one of these to an 8GB yet? I'm real interested in trying



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Just so I don't get flamed too hard, I did take the time to read through a lot of the posts in this thread but saw nothing about an MSI getting flashed, hence me asking. If I missed it somewhere, though, let me know...
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Just picked up an MSI RX480 4GB with 8 physical blocks of Hynix RAM on the PCB. Has anyone tried flashing one of these to an 8GB yet? I'm real interested in trying

EDIT:
Just so I don't get flamed too hard, I did take the time to read through a lot of the posts in this thread but saw nothing about an MSI getting flashed, hence me asking. If I missed it somewhere, though, let me know...
4GB cards also have 8 chips. Number of chips is not indicative of capacity. Halving chips would be halving the bus. Read the part number on the chip and see what capacity they are before flashing the wrong rom. Anyway, it's unlikely. Only some reference models at launch could be flashed.
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Hi all, I picked an XFX rx480 GTR and I would change the ram strap but I haven't get enough informations. Have I just to modify the strings in first topic page ? Sorry for my english
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 4GB cards also have 8 chips. Number of chips is not indicative of capacity. Halving chips would be halving the bus. Read the part number on the chip and see what capacity they are before flashing the wrong rom. Anyway, it's unlikely. Only some reference models at launch could be flashed.

 

 

I'll check the P/N then, thanks!

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Hi all, I picked an XFX rx480 GTR and I would change the ram strap but I haven't get enough informations. Have I just to modify the strings in first topic page ? Sorry for my english

Hi, yes you need to replace 2000: string. My strong adivce is to set mem clock to 1750 to let card boot with timings which you are sure that are correct. You will avoid difficulties if it find out that timings are to tight for 2000+ speed. Then manually overclock to destined speed 2000+. Once you test stabilty you can reflash card with proper mem clocks.

BTW guys i have noticed that WattMan is messing with 3rd party software like Trixx or Afterburner and reset the setup of memory. Time to time i'm running OCLmembench and i found out that sometimes mem is overclocked but i have results characteristic for stock frequencies. Did you experience something like this?
Edited by Na1l - 3/28/17 at 1:37pm
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Hi, yes you need to replace 2000: string. My strong adivce is to set mem clock to 1750 to let card boot with timings which you are sure that are correct. You will avoid difficulties if it find out that timings are to tight for 2000+ speed. Then manually overclock to destined speed 2000+. Once you test stabilty you can reflash card with proper mem clocks.

BTW guys i have noticed that WattMan is messing with 3rd party software like Trixx or Afterburner and reset the setup of memory. Time to time i'm running OCLmembench and i found out that sometimes mem is overclocked but i have results characteristic for stock frequencies. Did you experience something like this?

Thank you, in first page I only see 2000 timings 2000 and 2000 timings 1750, what have I to modifiy to have 1750 timings 1750 ?
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Hi all, I picked an XFX rx480 GTR and I would change the ram strap but I haven't get enough informations. Have I just to modify the strings in first topic page ? Sorry for my english

Below you will find a screenshot from Polaris Bios editor. In the first highlighted field input 1750, after reboot card will boot with memory frequency set to 1750 with strap assigned to this speed (unmodified). This way you will be sure that you will do not have any BSOD or other crashes including lack of possibility to start up the windows.

In second field paste strings from the first page of this thread, only in 2000 field. 1750 has to stay as it is.

In the bios you have preset with timings according to each speed step 1625, 1750, 2000 etc. If you will boot a card with 1750 clock, card will set timings for 1750 (for sure stable as these timings are stock), then you can manually overclock the card and check the stabilty of 2000+ clocks. The best is to check the performance increase by OCLMembench. If all stabilty check went well reflash the bios and replace 1750 with 2000 or 2100 whatever will be stabile.


Edited by Na1l - 3/28/17 at 3:00pm
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