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Originally Posted by ku4eto View Post

Vento, i assume the R_Timings_R9 is correct one, when comparing to the Ohgodadecode? There seems to be way too much differences.

R_Timings_R9 is meant for timings strap coming from R9 GPUs.
R_Timings_RX is meant for timings strap coming from RX GPUs.

Do you have any example? mind sharing your Ohgodadecode binaries?

Also, if possible explain/give:
  • What GPU do you have?
  • Bios file
  • Strap
  • Step to reproduce the "bug"
  • Are you on Windows/Linux/Mac?
  • 32 or 64 bit?

Edited by Vento041 - 8/22/17 at 3:25pm
post #42 of 54
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Originally Posted by Vento041 View Post

R_Timings_R9 is meant for timings strap coming from R9 GPUs.
R_Timings_RX is meant for timings strap coming from RX GPUs.

Do you have any example? mind sharing your Ohgodadecode binaries?

Also, if possible explain/give:
  • What GPU do you have?
  • Bios file
  • Strap
  • Step to reproduce the "bug"
  • Are you on Windows/Linux/Mac?
  • 32 or 64 bit?

Its an R9 290 Sapphire Tri-X, 4GB Hynix.

Windows 10 64bit.

1250Mhz strap. The stock one :

77713320000000008CC5583160550F0F251E17050048C40022CC1C085C0B14204A8900A000000120120D2025511F2613

Using the only available Windows binary from Ohgodagirl from her git.

Thats the BIOS i am using.

r9stock.zip 98k .zip file

Output from your older R_Timings, without separate R9 binary returned results, similiar to Ohgodadecode.

Updated to new binaries.

See screenshot below:



PS: Someone got Windows Binaries on Nerdralph tool? His 2nd domain is not working as well.
Edited by ku4eto - 8/23/17 at 10:50am
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post #43 of 54
Nerdralph tool always just sets 4 values:

  • tRRD = 5
  • tFAW = 0
  • t32AW = 0
  • ACTRD = 0x10

For mining I've found that lowering tRC helps (and you may have to lower tRP and/or RASMACTRD too, because I think tRC isn't supposed to be lower than those 2 added together, but don't quote me there) and also tRFC and/or RAS2RAS (dunno which one gives the boost but they always equal each other). Nothing much else helps except making the first 3 timings 999 (or maybe 777) if they started as BBB.

Also I've found setting tFAW to ~10 (A) can actually be slightly faster than 0. I usually set that and 32AW to 10/5 or 8/4.
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post #44 of 54
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@ku4eto

Share also the Ohgodadecode binary that you use. I might have the solution, I just need to be 100% sure.
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OhGodADecode.zip 7k .zip file

I dont think there any other official ones.
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post #46 of 54
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ku4eto did you try my ohgodadecode_R9.exe? is the original ohgodadecode compiled to support R9 cards, no changed has been done to the original sources. You can find the binary in the "
Troubleshooting" section of the first post.
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ku4eto did you try my ohgodadecode_R9.exe? is the original ohgodadecode compiled to support R9 cards, no changed has been done to the original sources. You can find the binary in the "
Troubleshooting" section of the first post.
Ah, sorry, forgot to return reply. Yea, tested it and it runs correctly, values are the right ones.
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post #48 of 54
Vento, it seems that Elpida straps from the RX500 series do suffer from the same thing.

For some reason, r_timings_rx doesnt calculate properly the TRP_RDA.

For example, this is the stock 2000Mhz strap:
999000000000000022AA1C0018F77E4FD055121946501708006C07011D0C1420FA8980AC030000001E19323781364718

The thing that you need to look out for in that strap is:

999000000000000022AA1C0018F77E4FD055121946501708006C07011D0C1420FA8980AC030000001E19323781364718
Those are the values for TRP_RDA, it consists of 2 bits.

The first bit (as seen right now), seems to be the one causing the issues. It has 4 values - 0 to 3 cycles in Hexa result to +16,32,48, and at 4 it reaches 64 and gets zeroed again.

Or just copy/pasted out of my notes:
1st bit X, 2nd Y.
XY , Xe[0,48] at 0,1,2,3,4 and so on. 0 = 0, 1 = 16, 64 = 0, 40hex=0dec, 3F = 63. Ye[all]. 2xhexa bits (pair) limitation.

No idea how only i see the issue biggrin.gif Using v1.03.
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Hello! How can I run R_Timings_RX in win10 x64?
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You need to open a command prompt and use the syntax in the OP:
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Code:
Decode with:
   R_Timings_RX.exe <96-char hex string> <output_file generated from an RX strap>
   R_Timings_R9.exe <96-char hex string> <output_file generated from an R9 strap>
Encode with:
   R_Timings_RX.exe <input_file generated from an RX strap>
   R_Timings_R9.exe <input_file generated from an R9 strap>

To copy right-click, mark, drag, then right-click again

To paste easily use Alt+space, e, then p.
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