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I have no issues I think...

Mine only gets errors while gaming or 3d mark , when its in the desktop ofc it doesnt since its not in stress biggrin.gif , tho you might get lucky , while i dint
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Atikmdag - Patcher is with still necessary with modded 480 bios + 17.4.3 ? not with the 580 bios. Can someone confirm?
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Atikmdag - Patcher is with still necessary with modded 480 bios + 17.4.3 ? not with the 580 bios. Can someone confirm?

No it's not smile.gif
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@seikon23 Your memory errors are coming from the memory being at 2025 just lower it to 2000 and bam no errors! Here's 2 runs i did in crossfire on firestrike top one 1303 core 2025 mem bottom one 1303 core 2000 mem(stock msi 480 clocks) Something with these bios has helped my vrm's tremendously in crossfire I have finally found the sweet spot I have to give them +75mv and +50 power check out the vddc max and watts being drawn!



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@jeztur2003 1300Mhz@1.22v?
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@jeztur2003 1300Mhz@1.22v?

Yep it's necessary to crossfire these cards and get good performance every +25mv I went up scores and hitches stutters went away. We tried a bunch of different custom bios on here and the performance was there but vrms through the roof one run of firestrike I'd be over 100c with the same scores basically as I get with these bios and 20° less on the vrms. I couldn't even run firestrike on stock msi 480 bios without it throttling unless I downclocked to 1200mhz or so. Crossfire is a while nother beast man. If i run the 1393 2025 stock in crossfire it crashes had to add at minimum +25mv +50 power to run them at all without crashing so started adding more mv and scores got better but heat went to high so i downclocked to my 480 stock clocks gave them the extra juice and so far so good.
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what if i tell you my rx480 gaming x reaches 1390/2100 with stock bios with only 1.18v and its rock solid ?
and it scores a bit better then the 580 bios
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Mine only gets errors while gaming or 3d mark , when its in the desktop ofc it doesnt since its not in stress biggrin.gif , tho you might get lucky , while i dint

Just so you know, you should -NEVER- have -ANY- memory errors in any program. If you do then your overclock is unstable. So either like the other user said above back the clocks down or add more voltage or something. But don't run with what you have if you're getting errors somewhere.
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what if i tell you my rx480 gaming x reaches 1390/2100 with stock bios with only 1.18v and its rock solid ?
and it scores a bit better then the 580 bios

I'd believe it in a heartbeat my results with one card are great when i go crossfire they are just so power hungry! My whole reason for wanting to use these 580 bios is the extra power for crossfire no 480 stock bios will let me get the mv's i need and chris89 made me some nice delimited bios to let them draw whatever they wanted but then you have to do the whole signature bypass for drivers and that's a pain. These 580 bios are a blessing for crossfire users.
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Flashed my RX 480 8GB ROG Strix Oc to Rx 580 8GB ROG Strix OC
Asus RX 580 bios:

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