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post #1991 of 4256 (permalink) Old 02-26-2016, 09:34 AM
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just compared your VRAM_Info table from XFX390X Black Edition and other one from Sapphire R9 390 8192 MB Nitro(Elpida BABG) - 23 registers differs(except density, volume and ic name). all 23 in area before straps-timings. have you tried it?
Sapphire_Nitro_390_BABG_8G.zip 1k .zip file .

edited above for correct density, volume and ic name + BBBG Stilt timings for 1250&1375 straps
390MC_Sapphire_Nitro_390_BBBG_4G_stiltTimings.zip 1k .zip file
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I know this is a bit off topic for this thread, but it's where most of this discussion happened.

Just wanted to report success of the .95v rail hard mod on my reference 290. Bumped it to 1.1v and seems i can pump as much as i wish through the core.

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I know this is a bit off topic for this thread, but it's where most of this discussion happened.

Just wanted to report success of the .95v rail hard mod on my reference 290. Bumped it to 1.1v and seems i can pump as much as i wish through the core.

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Nice one. No black screens past 1.45 on the CORE?

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+rep thumb.gif , if you have time can you add more pics/detail please, I wish to create heading in OP and link to your mod smile.gif .

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Added heading 0.95 rail volt mod to OP, currently added some background info plus link to @rt123's original post regarding 0.95V rail mod for Lightning card and added @Enzarch post above.
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I'm interested to know more about this as well.....

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And RAM voltage to if we can. thumb.gif

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just compared your VRAM_Info table from XFX390X Black Edition and other one from Sapphire R9 390 8192 MB Nitro(Elpida BABG) - 23 registers differs(except density, volume and ic name). all 23 in area before straps-timings. have you tried it?
Sapphire_Nitro_390_BABG_8G.zip 1k .zip file .

edited above for correct density, volume and ic name + BBBG Stilt timings for 1250&1375 straps
390MC_Sapphire_Nitro_390_BBBG_4G_stiltTimings.zip 1k .zip file
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Cheers for info smile.gif , +rep.

I will hopefully find time this weekend and update 390 MC files for BBBG & BABG same as yours (v3.2) smile.gif.

Are you still using 3 state VDDCI? I am, just did 70hrs+ continous [email protected] run on my Vapor-X 290X with my 24/7 use modded ROM (no errors).
Here you go, 390 ELPIDA MC. Taken from XFX390X Black Edition ROM. The original unedited XFX390X Black Edition VRAM_Info table also included for reference.
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https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B_32SYawOggYNnRUWDk3RUNCRGc&usp=sharing

No, I no longer use 3 state VDDCI since I'm using multi-monitor.
I'm using it. VRAM_Info file included in the download link is the original unedited file. The modified one is XFX390X BLACK EDITION 390MC ELPIDA 1250 MEM MOD file.

The differences that you'll see are, importance ones:-
  • EMRS3 value that can be either 23 61 or 00 61 or 20 61 or any other values that I did not yet discover. From testing, I don't see any difference in performance, so I just stick with 00 61.
  • Memory revision & vendor ID: 13 for BBBG & 03 for BABG. 1 & 0 at the beginning is the revision number. Also from testing no difference in performance between them. You can use either one.
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Nice one. No black screens past 1.45 on the CORE?

I have only tested up to 1.36v yet, but this is 110mV beyond where i would blackout before. And if i do hit a wall, all I have to do is adjust the pot. for a bit more rail voltage.
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+rep thumb.gif , if you have time can you add more pics/detail please, I wish to create heading in OP and link to your mod smile.gif .

*** edit ***

Added heading 0.95 rail volt mod to OP, currently added some background info plus link to @rt123's original post regarding 0.95V rail mod for Lightning card and added @Enzarch post above.

@gungstar takes the credit for linking me HERE
The first download link is just images of all the volt mods for the 290(X) (including RAM voltage @mus1mus)

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@gungstar takes the credit for linking me HERE
The first download link is just images of all the volt mods for the 290(X) (including RAM voltage @mus1mus)

Ahh yes Shammy's great thread smile.gif , so many times that's been linked. I've viewed the volt mods doc for another reason, surprising what you miss when you're viewing doc in another context. Great to read you've got a fix after so long for your card smile.gif .
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guys what about that PCI-ID change? someone know which part of bios is required to modify to achieve change from 67B0 to 67B1 when doing it by hand?

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