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post #2541 of 3318
Hiya folks,

I was able to flash my MSI RX 480 Gaming X 8gb to the MSI RX 580 bios (1393/2025 clocks) that's been shared here. The flash was successful and thus far everything seems to be working fine and temperatures have been hovering around 67 degrees (give or take a few) while gaming. With that said, I did receive one error/blue screen while playing FFXIV (for about an hour or so), the error was: "Thread Stuck in Device Driver". I am unsure if this is related to the flash or the current 17.4.3 drivers.
post #2542 of 3318
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Originally Posted by Y0shi View Post

@generaleramon
Is there a way to slow down the cooler a bit but keep the speed? In comparison to the RX480 stock BIOS the modded one is really really loud...

Just change the max fan speed using the polaris bios editor. Reference stock is 2200rpm. I use 3200rpm
post #2543 of 3318
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Originally Posted by sinsinger77 View Post

Hiya folks,

I was able to flash my MSI RX 480 Gaming X 8gb to the MSI RX 580 bios (1393/2025 clocks) that's been shared here. The flash was successful and thus far everything seems to be working fine and temperatures have been hovering around 67 degrees (give or take a few) while gaming. With that said, I did receive one error/blue screen while playing FFXIV (for about an hour or so), the error was: "Thread Stuck in Device Driver". I am unsure if this is related to the flash or the current 17.4.3 drivers.

Try +12-25mv on the core and lower you mem to 2000mhz.
post #2544 of 3318
Just figured I'd chuck a few links here relevant to you guys:

OhGodATool - lets you edit PowerPlay in the VBIOS, or in the kernel's pp_table. You can edit clock, memory or voltage tables.

OhGodADecode - decodes an entire timing 'strap'. You know, the format of the timing values stored in hexadecimal. Has R9 support!

OhGodACsumFixer - corrects the checksum which is changed whenever you edit the straps.

OhGodATool and OhGodADecode are LINUX ONLY. OhGodACsumFixer is for both Windows and Linux.

Hopefully it helps out; saw no one has mentioned it, so figured I'd drop this in. It's heavily used in the mining community, and will be heavily updated as a result.
post #2545 of 3318
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Originally Posted by chris89 View Post

I'm trying the reference 580 to 480 conversion bios and get freezing and eventual black screen on reference rx 480. Is the bios using less voltage than normal? I'll see what I can do to make it work if possible... I see like 1137 I think in 65288 spot... that means it runs at less voltage? I think the issue is the card needs more core voltage for stability... As soon as I open AMD Settings it'll freeze a couple of times and black screen.

Sorry, my card can do 1350Mhz@1137mv but i see that is not common. I will increase the voltages
post #2546 of 3318
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Originally Posted by generaleramon View Post

Try +12-25mv on the core and lower you mem to 2000mhz.

I apologize for my ignorance on this as I am a bit new to this kind of editing generaleramon, but would you recommend just using afterburner or using the bios editing utility in your original post to edit the RX580 bios?
Edited by sinsinger77 - 4/24/17 at 11:37pm
post #2547 of 3318
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Originally Posted by generaleramon View Post

Sorry, my card can do 1350Mhz@1137mv but i see that is not common. I will increase the voltages

Well as I expected I have an unusual issue with the motherboard running AMD Opteron 1389. The gigabyte ga-880gm-ud2h_v1.4, which is only said to work with 16GB max.

I can run it fine with 2x modules of 8gb each (16gb). However when using 4 x modules 8gb for (32gb) it driver crash the graphics driver... Isn't that strange?

I edited the timings but will mess with it more until I fix it or don't haha... My card can do the same likely... It runs 1,416mhz on 65288 .. normally 1.15-1.219v up to 1.244v if needed on unlimited power limit.

So yeah haha it's a System issue or Incompatibility... Often want to blame the GPU when it's the AMD 880G chipset putting up a fuss about 32GB Ram installed. It's the memory timings I'm sure of that but it's extra fussy on memory timings with 4 x 8gb modules installed... timings that work on 2 x modules don't on 4 x modules... As far as what timings work... I have yet know that.. maybe none work haha

Know any tweaks or advice on this... LMK thumb.gif
Edited by chris89 - 4/25/17 at 12:02am
post #2548 of 3318
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Originally Posted by sinsinger77 View Post

I apologize for my ignorance on this as I am a bit new to this kind of editing generaleramon, but would you recommend just using afterburner or using the bios editing utility in your original post to edit the RX580 bios?
use afterburner to find your stable voltage, than you edit the bios thumb.gif
or try to change the voltages in Wattman. The voltages you see is the same the card is using,no offset like in afterburner(if you use an offset you don't really know the base voltage beacuse of vdrop ecc ecc). When you find you stable voltages you just have to put them in the bios.
post #2549 of 3318
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ReferenceRX480toRX580v2.1.zip 517k .zip file

MODv2.1.rom is the same a MOD.rom but :
-Core voltage is higher / 1168mv@1350Mhz
-Max fan speed is 2500rpm
-Mem Clock is 2000Mhz

MOD.rom is the bios i'm using on my Reference XFX RX480 8GB
-Low Voltages / 1137mv@1350Mhz
-High DPMs tuned for max performance in case of throttling
-Max fan speed is 3200rpm
-Mem Clock is 2100Mhz
-UberMix v2.3 Timings
-TDP is 165-170W
-1.200v Wattman Limit
-85°C Max Temp / 75°C Target Temp

GV-RX580GAMING-8GD.rom is the original Bios from MSI RX580 1340Mhz, Reference RX480 compatible
-Stock RX580 clocks / voltages
-Max fan speed is 3000rpm
-Stock RX480-580 Timings
-TDP is 145-150W
Try this if you have problems

@Y0shi
Edited by generaleramon - 4/25/17 at 12:09am
post #2550 of 3318
Can you please tweak the Nitro 570 bios to have tight timings in 1750+ Strap?

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191336/191336

My card has Hynix chips.
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