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Sometimes the adapter bios is locked and gives an error when trying to flash your new bios.

You''ll need to enter "Atiflash -unlockrom X" , where "X" is the adapter.

Thanks for the guide

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do you know what error it gives specifically.... I want to add it to the flash guide. Thanks.

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Can i use this with my 5970?
You should be able to. I havent seen anyone do it with a 5970 yet, though.

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Would I be able to change voltage on the display port with this? That's supposedly how to fix my DP adapter.
I dont think you RBE allows you to change the DP voltage. I only see voltage settings for the core. ill look into it though for you and see if i can come up with anything

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Last i checked you cant edit fan settings. I changed it for my HD 5850 and fans gets stuck at 21%. I have to use MSI AB for fan.
did you lower the starting temp for the fan function? I have noticed that if you leave the transfer function start at stock, then the fan doesnt get really loud until really high temps.
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I concur w/ZK. Unless things have changed, the mods you make to the bios fan profile only work when there's no driver installed. Once a driver comes into play, it overrides what ever is set in the bios with it's own version of a fan profile.

The only way I know of to modify fan profile and have it work in Windows w/a driver installed is using AB, although I'd imagine there's some driver file cfg file (one in XML perhaps?) somewhere one may be able to manually edit and make it 'full time' w/o AB.
    
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do you know what error it gives specifically.... I want to add it to the flash guide. Thanks..
error 0fl01
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is the true? because you modified the voltage when the pc boots no where else... in clock 0!
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is the true? because you modified the voltage when the pc boots no where else... in clock 0!
lolwut?
    
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This looks like an interesting guide. I have stated in my own post that I'm having problems with raising the volts on the MSI 5870 lightning through afterburner.
I was wondering if anyone has experienced the same voltage problem through this method.
If not, I think I'll give it a bash!
The trouble is that I can't find a stable overclock yet through afterburner (because of the voltage issues), so I may have to flash more times than Linsey Dawn Mckenzie.
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error 0fl01
Thanks, Ill add it in!

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I concur w/ZK. Unless things have changed, the mods you make to the bios fan profile only work when there's no driver installed. Once a driver comes into play, it overrides what ever is set in the bios with it's own version of a fan profile.

The only way I know of to modify fan profile and have it work in Windows w/a driver installed is using AB, although I'd imagine there's some driver file cfg file (one in XML perhaps?) somewhere one may be able to manually edit and make it 'full time' w/o AB.
This is somthing im looking into... It seems to me that when CCC is used, BIOS fan settings are not used....

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is the true? because you modified the voltage when the pc boots no where else... in clock 0!
Clock 0 is used in most (if not all) the profiles.

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This looks like an interesting guide. I have stated in my own post that I'm having problems with raising the volts on the MSI 5870 lightning through afterburner.
I was wondering if anyone has experienced the same voltage problem through this method.
If not, I think I'll give it a bash!
The trouble is that I can't find a stable overclock yet through afterburner (because of the voltage issues), so I may have to flash more times than Linsey Dawn Mckenzie.
Understand your delemma... thats what forced me to learn to edit and flash. My advice would be to find some voltage/clock combos that work for others (with a simalr card, of course) and give them a try.

NOTE
Im going to put additional editing of the guide on hold for a bit until i get some answers for some of the harder questions (such as fan control...). It is still good for changing clocks and voltages, I just want to make it more accurate so more can benefit from it.
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post #28 of 52
I've used RBE with (3) different 5970's successfully. Depending on what you are modifying, you may need to modify/flash both the primary and secondary GPU bios images. For instance, if you change the default 3d clocks, you'll want to modify and flash each separately.

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Can i use this with my 5970?
post #29 of 52
This isn't what I've observed on the 5970. If you flash a custom fan profile, it's used even if CCC is running. Obviously, if you have CCC set to manual fan speed, that will over-ride this. But I've confirmed that my custom fan profile took effect -- I made a profile that was modelled based on the VRM temperatures leading the GPU temperatures in order to keep the VRMs cooler. I've since moved to water cooling to keep the noise down and push the clocks further.

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Thanks, Ill add it in!

This is somthing im looking into... It seems to me that when CCC is used, BIOS fan settings are not used....
post #30 of 52
This isn't what I've observed on the 5970. If you flash a custom fan profile, it's used even if CCC is running. Obviously, if you have CCC set to manual fan speed, that will over-ride this. But I've confirmed that my custom fan profile took effect -- I made a profile that was modelled based on the VRM temperatures leading the GPU temperatures in order to keep the VRMs cooler. I've since moved to water cooling to keep the noise down and push the clocks further.

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Thanks, Ill add it in!

This is somthing im looking into... It seems to me that when CCC is used, BIOS fan settings are not used....
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