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post #2011 of 3451
right-click and run as administrator isn't an option?

I would use the administrator command prompt anyway.
post #2012 of 3451
it is but it keeps asking for me to open it as admin and then after that critical file missing
post #2013 of 3451
guys does anyone know why OCLMembench is giving me only 177 GB/s bandwidth with 2050 mhz memory? I have 4gb 480 msi gaming x with Hynix memory modules.
Is there something wrong with my card?

Init OpenCL...
Create platforms...
[1] AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
Using platform AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
[1] Ellesmere 36 compute units
[2] AMD FX(tm)-6300 Six-Core Processor 6 compute units
Select device (enter number 1-1):
1
Using device Ellesmere . Memory available 2880 MB of 4096MB
Allocating chunk 32
Chunk 1 0 MB 0.7 ms 179.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 2 128 MB 0.7 ms 177.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 3 256 MB 0.7 ms 176.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 4 384 MB 0.7 ms 176.1 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 5 512 MB 0.7 ms 176.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 6 640 MB 0.7 ms 176.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 7 768 MB 0.7 ms 178.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 8 896 MB 0.7 ms 177.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 9 1024 MB 0.7 ms 177.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 10 1152 MB 0.7 ms 176.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 11 1280 MB 0.7 ms 177.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 12 1408 MB 0.7 ms 177.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 13 1536 MB 0.7 ms 177.1 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 14 1664 MB 0.7 ms 177.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 15 1792 MB 0.7 ms 177.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 16 1920 MB 0.7 ms 177.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 17 2048 MB 0.7 ms 176.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 18 2176 MB 0.7 ms 177.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 19 2304 MB 0.7 ms 178.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 20 2432 MB 0.7 ms 177.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 21 2560 MB 0.7 ms 176.3 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 22 2688 MB 0.7 ms 178.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 23 2816 MB 0.7 ms 176.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 24 2944 MB 0.7 ms 177.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 25 3072 MB 0.7 ms 177.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 26 3200 MB 0.7 ms 177.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 27 3328 MB 48.7 ms 2.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 28 3456 MB 48.8 ms 2.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 29 3584 MB 48.8 ms 2.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 30 3712 MB 49.0 ms 2.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 31 3840 MB 49.2 ms 2.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 32 3968 MB 48.7 ms 2.6 GB/s TRUE
All done. Press ENTER...
post #2014 of 3451
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Originally Posted by kekate View Post

it is but it keeps asking for me to open it as admin and then after that critical file missing

I was about to try it and see but it seems I forgot to backup my winflash folder when I formatted. God damnit! lol (Lost all of my BIOSes)
Let me try and download it and see if I can run it in safe mode.
post #2015 of 3451
the bsod what it throws is: system service exception when trying to boot to win 10.
post #2016 of 3451
Ok I get the same critical file error when I try to run it in safe mode. My guess would be to use DDU to wipe your drivers. That way windows should use the same generic driver it uses in safe mode and should detect that you have a graphics card in the same way.
post #2017 of 3451
@AngryWifeBeater
If you overclocked using one of the AIB programs or WattTool you could try uninstalling all of them, removing the driver with DDU, reinstalling the new driver and re-running the benchmark. I guess ~170GB/s is what you should be getting at stock, which would mean your memory overclock isn't actually applied. Used to happen to other people on older driver as well.
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post #2018 of 3451
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http://i.imgur.com/7XoJBjp.png and black screen. Its switched to the first switch where the faulty bios is.

I hope I don't sound condescending when stating this but.. if your motherboard has two video card slots, you should always have some sort of spare video card around that you can put in the first slot, and move your currently-attempting-to-flash card to the second slot, so you can boot up something else (preferably a different vendor.. like nvidia card.. trying to flash your AMD one, so you don't accidentally flash the wrong card) and then use I think it is -p1 in the flash tool (position 1, instead of position 0) and flash out the AMD card without it being in active use. This way you should (and I think could) boot up in to the OS even with a corrupt or bad bios on the second (AMD) card, re-flash it, then shut down and remove spare one and put AMD one back in the primary slot.

Although on Intel systems, the other way is just set motherboard bios and tell it to prefer the onboard video as primary and boot up to that and then flash the AMD GPU again.

A 3rd way is just use an old spare computer with the two video card method too.

But in general.... it's not a good idea to bother with the bios on your gpu if you only have one and no way to repair it.
Edited by kithylin - 4/12/17 at 11:29pm
post #2019 of 3451
Removed the stock thermal pad from my VRM heatsink and replaced it only with thermal paste. Increased the pressure by removing the 1mm washers.
This gained only 5-8 degrees on the VRM`s so it seems the issue is not about only a bad contact.

Today i will install a 120mm FAN to blow towards the VRM`s and this should fix my temperature issues and i will be finally able to squeeze every bit of the card, hoping to hit atleast 1450mhz on core , 24/7 rock solid.


post #2020 of 3451
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Originally Posted by kithylin View Post

I hope I don't sound condescending when stating this but.. if your motherboard has two video card slots, you should always have some sort of spare video card around that you can put in the first slot, and move your currently-attempting-to-flash card to the second slot, so you can boot up something else (preferably a different vendor.. like nvidia card.. trying to flash your AMD one, so you don't accidentally flash the wrong card) and then use I think it is -p1 in the flash tool (position 1, instead of position 0) and flash out the AMD card without it being in active use. This way you should (and I think could) boot up in to the OS even with a corrupt or bad bios on the second (AMD) card, re-flash it, then shut down and remove spare one and put AMD one back in the primary slot.

Although on Intel systems, the other way is just set motherboard bios and tell it to prefer the onboard video as primary and boot up to that and then flash the AMD GPU again.

A 3rd way is just use an old spare computer with the two video card method too.

But in general.... it's not a good idea to bother with the bios on your gpu if you only have one and no way to repair it.

kinda y ive been holding off dont want to be left with no card/ have to run up to a m8s steal his for an hour to bring back and such especially how amd run driver sig check now. just seems like thats going to create more issues. you could still do the same if you had the FM2+ range on amd eg use the onboard gpu like you do the intel. this would of been perfect for my a10 6800k but in the end it died at a whooping respectable 6.3 so cant complain too much. hehe really fancy getting in to mb bios's too but this unit is now reached a cost that i cant afford to replace if it does not power bk on. much respect to all them that, attempt it. my pockets just dont run that deep im afraid.

would you believe ive done ample bios mods in the past too. just like i say cost stops me
Edited by Mgrandy - 4/13/17 at 2:58am
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