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You guys think 1468 in heaven and 2353 is good for a 4GB RX 480?
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@ bardacuda
This version look´s better than my version. But now i got 2 versions of mhz.

So you are seeing both supported RAM ICs? Cool it works good then.
post #2433 of 3328
Little warning, 17.4.3 doesn't BSOD or kill your windows on a modded BIOS, but it will simply not load, falling back a windows basic display adapter like state. You still need the bios signature patch from the first post even on the latest driver!
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So.. I did some tests. This is with my flashed Strix 480 with Weeezy91s AS06 RX580 Bios and I also used Uber Extreme timings. That peak power draw though, lol

So this is interesting. Apparently with polaris when ya give it some voltage and a big overclock.. it runs almost exactly the same as my R9 290X (heavy 1.4v and an overclock) does gaming. Seems when both cards are "stretched to their limits" the power usage is almost the same. Mine averages 275 - 325 watts under gaming load in a modern DX-11 game (like GTA-V).
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Originally Posted by kithylin View Post

So this is interesting. Apparently with polaris when ya give it some voltage and a big overclock.. it runs almost exactly the same as my R9 290X (heavy 1.4v and an overclock) does gaming. Seems when both cards are "stretched to their limits" the power usage is almost the same. Mine averages 275 - 325 watts under gaming load in a modern DX-11 game (like GTA-V).

Yeah dude, exactly my thoughts, too. Though I'm not gonna run this 24/7. The jump from 1430Mhz to 1460Mhz pulls an additional 80-100Watts at peak while the performance gain is relatively small. Better to run 1430Mhz at 1.2V - 1.22V at least for my card. Probably a Vram bottleneck anyway. Still I'm impressed what the 480s can pull off on air.
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Originally Posted by p4block View Post

Little warning, 17.4.3 doesn't BSOD or kill your windows on a modded BIOS, but it will simply not load, falling back a windows basic display adapter like state. You still need the bios signature patch from the first post even on the latest driver!

I can't confirm this.
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Im scary, i dont know if my XFX RS RX480 with 4 phases VRMS, can handle more time this rx580 sapphire BIOS, the 1411mhz one, max voltage on this bios is 1.22v and i undervolt it -12mv and now my max power draw its 133w in msi after burner..
    
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post #2438 of 3328
I do need the driver patch with a sapphire rx 480 modded bios with gop. Used DDU and no difference. Device remains with a warning in device manager. Works in linux.
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@ bardacuda
Hey i tryed now a loot off moddes but nothing work´s.
Can u take a quik look via teamviewer ?
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Sorry if I seem like a noob but.. why are you folks "Patching" after a driver install? I have a custom bios on my 290X and I just load the latest drivers and it works right off without doing anything, all the games run perfectly fine, zero issues. And I don't have to use -any- 3rd party software what so ever for anything, and no touching AMD Wattman or any of that.. It just works like a normal stock card.. just faster. I have custom voltages, clocks, ram clocks and a custom fan curve for the OC plugged into the card's custom bios.

I thought with a "proper" custom bios, this is how it should be for all cards?
Edited by kithylin - 4/22/17 at 2:39pm
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