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post #11 of 1991 (permalink) Old 02-26-2016, 12:25 AM
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For TDC I recommend not going over 420A. The MOSFETs are 70A at 125C and 90A at 100C but the chokes are 71A at all temps as far as I can figure out. I have a new BIOS ready to test for myslef based of the Stilt BIOS you posted but I'm leaving for an LN2 even this weekend and don't want to potentially kill my PC before I leave.

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+rep for info thumb.gif .

Agree, I think I read AMD state good for 400A in some PR material.

Mind doing a little test for me?

I have added heading Gaining per DPM VID information and i2cdump to OP, IR3567B is responding on bus 6 id 30.
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I wanna compare VID and i2cdump, strangely the dump is looking familiar to hawaii. Do you have oscilloscope to see if we change fSW of VRM what is result? looking at dump I suspect it is currently 480kHz like Hawaii.

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@NBrock & @Noirgheos

Any chance of you guys also providing dumps? Do at stock for whichever ROM you guys are on, please attach both txts as will make comparing easier. I will attach mine also to relevant post ASAP.
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+rep for info thumb.gif .

Agree, I think I read AMD state good for 400A in some PR material.

Mind doing a little test for me?

I have added heading Gaining per DPM VID information and i2cdump to OP, IR3567B is responding on bus 6 id 30.
My dumps (Click to show)

I wanna compare VID and i2cdump, strangely the dump is looking familiar to hawaii. Do you have oscilloscope to see if we change fSW of VRM what is result is gained? looking at dump I suspect it is currently 490kHz like Hawaii.

*** edit ***

@NBrock & @Noirgheos

Any chance of you guys also providing dumps? Do at stock for whichever ROM you guys are on, please attach both txts as will make comparing easier. I will attach mine also to relevant post ASAP.


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Ok so I got the debug from AiDA 64. Where do I get the info to turn on the MSI afterburner I2C dump tool?

This is what I found....but where do I get the values to add in here. MSIAfterburner.exe /i2cd[[],[],[]]

it doesn't seem to paste/post correctly.



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need to keep my eye on this... Might try it on my fury x if you figure something good out!
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Hey sorry for not responding. I also don't know how to dump. I think I'll wait until you guys get some good mods going on, and then I'll flash that BIOS to one of the switches.

Can we make requests?

1040MHz stock,
500W power limit default (will this possibly make things unstable?)

Pretty sure stock is 450W right?

Maybe using 500W will help me achieve 1100MHz without extra voltage, because thanks to AMD adding voltage lowers FPS. I already did try out maxed power limit sliders on stock though...
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Heading Gaining per DPM VID information and i2cdump has been updated with MSI AB i2cdump video and shortcut properties info.

Hoping today to test some edits as have been marking / viewing PowerPlay table .



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How to dump = view heading Gaining per DPM VID information and i2cdump in OP.

Yes you can make requests and I will fulfil ASAP; but bare in mind that takes time away from me viewing ROM and furthering modding. Main idea is to document all mods in OP and then each person does their own modding. Whilst people do their own modding I'm hoping they will learn to explore ROM themselves and thus point out mods; this is how we progressed with hawaii bios modding smile.gif .
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