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post #21 of 1976 (permalink) Old 02-27-2016, 12:50 PM
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This thread should be an interesting read for you.
http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=153092


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Cheers for link smile.gif .

The bios that Buildzoid was using (in that thread) he only modded 2 out of 3 values IMO, originally way back in Nov 15 I thought those were the only 2. Now I have found the 3rd smile.gif , I'm hoping once he finds time to retest it has an effect smile.gif .
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Great news.
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Would there be any way to increase the other voltages and not only the Vcore with a modified BIOS on a Fury X in order to make it overclock higher? I am asking this because as people may know Fury X overclocking only scales to a certain point with more Vcore (for me personally that is about +120mV) and Xtreme Addict raised the other voltages in order to achieve his 1400MHz overclock, so I assume what the Fury X "needs" in order to overclock higher is more of the other voltages.
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Great news.
Best of luck.

I'm gonna do some OC'ing / tests but at present tweaking fan profile. Stock is great for really quiet operation, but temps were getting near 75C, which I didn't want TBH. Now I've got FL mode tweaked some what I'm seeing about ~65C. Still the card is "inaudible", I keep checking if the fans are actually spinning.
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Would there be any way to increase the other voltages and not only the Vcore with a modified BIOS on a Fury X in order to make it overclock higher? I am asking this because as people may know Fury X overclocking only scales to a certain point with more Vcore (for me personally that is about +120mV) and Xtreme Addict raised the other voltages in order to achieve his 1400MHz overclock, so I assume what the Fury X "needs" in order to overclock higher is more of the other voltages.

No I won't be able to mod bios to support changing the "other voltages", for example only card I know out of the box which allows say 0.95V rail voltage control is Matrix 290X (don't know about past gen cards) and this had extra voltage controller chip to allow it (AFAIK).

TBH I don't know if we'll nail voltage mods via bios but I will be trying. Hawaii was GEN 1 EVV card, Fiji is GEN 2 EVV and this was what The Stilt said about it on Guru3D a year or so ago.

First aim is just to see what can be done with PowerPlay, next would be to get VID mods via bios.

Due to IR3567B being used on Fury/X what was learnt in hawaii bios modding can be applied, that could mean potentially PT1/PT3 type ROMs for Fury/X.
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Here are my files.



atigpureg.txt 43k .txt file i2cdump.txt 26k .txt file



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OP has been updated:-

i) Heading How to edit fan mode has now a section within it Editing Advanced fan mode (FL).

ii) Heading How to edit Maximum ASIC Temperature added also.

On another note been getting VRM info via HWiNFO, I'm not getting a crash as highlighted in this thread (used info in post 24 to get stats); I'm using Crimson 16.2, UEFI install Win7 x64.

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Besides GPU temp (and consequentiality RAM I would think) VRM temp is seeing an improvement with FL profile mod. Noting some monitoring values error in log/screenie, but still gives a good idea.

3DM FS Demo looped for ~24min, room ambient ~18C.


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On another note been getting VRM info via HWiNFO

I don't see any VRm temps in HWinfo on my sapphire fury tri-x.. Am I missing something here?
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I don't see any VRm temps in HWinfo on my sapphire fury tri-x.. Am I missing something here?

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