I have ASUS STRIX RX 560. I tested some vbios mods. Everyone gives me POST error sound (no internal intel graphics - chipset X79). I have black screen until windows loads his amd (patched - signed) drivers.
How can I fix the problem to run modded bioses without patching windows drivers and run this graphics from PC start (not from windows loads modded drivers)?
I tested forum modded bioses and manual bios modders from Polaris Bios Editor.
In this thread author says that RX500 series have no bios verification... but after i patched windows driver the GPU magicly started...
I'm complete new to this all mining and if possible I would like to get some help from this community. I've started mining today with my PC and so far I've noticed that I'm getting really poor results. With my MSI RX480 Gaming X 8GB I'm only getting around 19-20 Mh/s. I've noticed that everyone here is getting much better results.
Here is some details about my PC:
Can anyone help me as when I'm trying to use ATIWinFlash I'm getting error: Cannot find discrete ATI Video Card. I've already used atikmdag-patcher-1.4.6 and still unable to do anything with BIOS. Please help.
No, this is not about the Aorus, is about the MSI armor, which I never talked about before, so it is not about the bios you made.
Look at this please,
Here at 54° fans are not spinning, something is stopping them, i dont know what...although I set the speed at 30%
Here at 55° fans are enabled and they spin according to the speed I set in the mining software.
See? When the temp goes back to 54 or below it the fans stop again, when the temp is at least 55 they spin again...
and it is a constant stop-start-stop-start-stop-start-stop-start-stop-start-stop-start-stop-start.
I do not like this, is this possible to do that from 50° onwards the fans spin?
Look at the aorus please, it has not this problem...even low temp as 49° lets the fan spin at the speed I decided in the mining software.
How can I have the same on my MSI Armor, please?
It's the Zerofan enabled in the bios. If we can find the location of that bit with an Hex editor we can disable that feature.