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post #5201 of 5244 (permalink) Old 01-25-2019, 11:59 PM
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Hi all, long time since I was among the first to mod my Nitro+ RX470 4GB into RX 570 :-).
Recently sold my 1080Ti and I am back to my Nitro+ RX 470 4GB Hynix.
Any new recommend bios for it? (570/580?)
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post #5202 of 5244 (permalink) Old 01-26-2019, 12:23 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Hwgeek View Post
Hi all, long time since I was among the first to mod my Nitro+ RX470 4GB into RX 570 :-).
Recently sold my 1080Ti and I am back to my Nitro+ RX 470 4GB Hynix.
Any new recommend bios for it? (570/580?)
It's best to mod your own BIOS. The only thing you really need to do is mod the memory straps.

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I don't like the RX 470/480 bios since the performance is much lower then RX 570/580 Nitro, but since my voltage controller is different then what used in the new Sapphire Pulse/Nitro 570/580 the Power consumption readings are wrong, but the card works great even with Nitro 570 1410Mhz bios.
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post #5204 of 5244 (permalink) Old 02-03-2019, 05:28 PM
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i got an Asus rx 580 dual OC 8gb. i obeyed temps off my VRMs and wondering if its normal that just VRM1 goes up to 80 degree and vrm2 stays on like 25 degree all time?
and also i got Hynix memory and found so far no good timings for it main point is gaming
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i got an Asus rx 580 dual OC 8gb. i obeyed temps off my VRMs and wondering if its normal that just VRM1 goes up to 80 degree and vrm2 stays on like 25 degree all time?
and also i got Hynix memory and found so far no good timings for it main point is gaming
Just copy the 1500MHz strap to the 2000MHz strap.
I get about 205-207GB/s in OCLMembench at 2000MHz memory with the 1500MHz strap.

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another question that makes me wonder with OCLMembench. Why the last 5 Chunks are showing only 5.2gb bandwith from 7552 -8192MB that i got from the day i installed my card

Using platform AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
[1] Ellesmere 36 compute units
Using device Ellesmere . Memory available 4048 MB of 8192MB
Allocating chunk 64
Chunk 1 0 MB 0.6 ms 213.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 2 128 MB 0.6 ms 212.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 3 256 MB 0.6 ms 208.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 4 384 MB 0.6 ms 210.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 5 512 MB 0.6 ms 213.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 6 640 MB 0.6 ms 213.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 7 768 MB 0.6 ms 213.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 8 896 MB 0.6 ms 213.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 9 1024 MB 0.6 ms 212.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 10 1152 MB 0.6 ms 213.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 11 1280 MB 0.6 ms 214.1 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 12 1408 MB 0.6 ms 209.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 13 1536 MB 0.6 ms 204.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 14 1664 MB 0.7 ms 195.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 15 1792 MB 0.6 ms 209.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 16 1920 MB 0.6 ms 213.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 17 2048 MB 0.6 ms 213.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 18 2176 MB 0.6 ms 213.1 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 19 2304 MB 0.6 ms 213.1 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 20 2432 MB 0.6 ms 213.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 21 2560 MB 0.6 ms 213.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 22 2688 MB 0.6 ms 210.3 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 23 2816 MB 0.6 ms 209.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 24 2944 MB 0.6 ms 212.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 25 3072 MB 0.6 ms 210.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 26 3200 MB 0.6 ms 209.3 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 27 3328 MB 0.6 ms 213.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 28 3456 MB 0.6 ms 213.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 29 3584 MB 0.6 ms 213.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 30 3712 MB 0.6 ms 213.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 31 3840 MB 0.6 ms 213.3 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 32 3968 MB 0.6 ms 213.1 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 33 4096 MB 0.6 ms 213.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 34 4224 MB 0.6 ms 213.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 35 4352 MB 0.6 ms 210.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 36 4480 MB 0.6 ms 212.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 37 4608 MB 0.6 ms 213.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 38 4736 MB 0.6 ms 214.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 39 4864 MB 0.6 ms 214.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 40 4992 MB 0.6 ms 212.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 41 5120 MB 0.6 ms 212.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 42 5248 MB 0.6 ms 213.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 43 5376 MB 0.6 ms 213.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 44 5504 MB 0.6 ms 209.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 45 5632 MB 0.6 ms 209.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 46 5760 MB 0.6 ms 210.1 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 47 5888 MB 0.6 ms 212.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 48 6016 MB 0.6 ms 210.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 49 6144 MB 0.6 ms 213.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 50 6272 MB 0.6 ms 212.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 51 6400 MB 0.6 ms 213.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 52 6528 MB 0.6 ms 213.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 53 6656 MB 0.6 ms 213.3 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 54 6784 MB 0.6 ms 213.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 55 6912 MB 0.6 ms 213.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 56 7040 MB 0.6 ms 212.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 57 7168 MB 0.6 ms 210.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 58 7296 MB 0.6 ms 209.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 59 7424 MB 0.6 ms 211.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 60 7552 MB 24.8 ms 5.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 61 7680 MB 24.8 ms 5.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 62 7808 MB 24.8 ms 5.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 63 7936 MB 24.8 ms 5.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 64 8064 MB 24.8 ms 5.2 GB/s TRUE
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another question that makes me wonder with OCLMembench. Why the last 5 Chunks are showing only 5.2gb bandwith from 7552 -8192MB that i got from the day i installed my card

Using platform AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
[1] Ellesmere 36 compute units
Using device Ellesmere . Memory available 4048 MB of 8192MB
Allocating chunk 64
Chunk 1 0 MB 0.6 ms 213.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 2 128 MB 0.6 ms 212.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 3 256 MB 0.6 ms 208.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 4 384 MB 0.6 ms 210.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 5 512 MB 0.6 ms 213.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 6 640 MB 0.6 ms 213.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 7 768 MB 0.6 ms 213.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 8 896 MB 0.6 ms 213.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 9 1024 MB 0.6 ms 212.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 10 1152 MB 0.6 ms 213.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 11 1280 MB 0.6 ms 214.1 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 12 1408 MB 0.6 ms 209.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 13 1536 MB 0.6 ms 204.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 14 1664 MB 0.7 ms 195.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 15 1792 MB 0.6 ms 209.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 16 1920 MB 0.6 ms 213.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 17 2048 MB 0.6 ms 213.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 18 2176 MB 0.6 ms 213.1 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 19 2304 MB 0.6 ms 213.1 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 20 2432 MB 0.6 ms 213.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 21 2560 MB 0.6 ms 213.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 22 2688 MB 0.6 ms 210.3 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 23 2816 MB 0.6 ms 209.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 24 2944 MB 0.6 ms 212.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 25 3072 MB 0.6 ms 210.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 26 3200 MB 0.6 ms 209.3 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 27 3328 MB 0.6 ms 213.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 28 3456 MB 0.6 ms 213.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 29 3584 MB 0.6 ms 213.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 30 3712 MB 0.6 ms 213.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 31 3840 MB 0.6 ms 213.3 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 32 3968 MB 0.6 ms 213.1 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 33 4096 MB 0.6 ms 213.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 34 4224 MB 0.6 ms 213.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 35 4352 MB 0.6 ms 210.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 36 4480 MB 0.6 ms 212.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 37 4608 MB 0.6 ms 213.4 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 38 4736 MB 0.6 ms 214.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 39 4864 MB 0.6 ms 214.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 40 4992 MB 0.6 ms 212.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 41 5120 MB 0.6 ms 212.7 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 42 5248 MB 0.6 ms 213.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 43 5376 MB 0.6 ms 213.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 44 5504 MB 0.6 ms 209.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 45 5632 MB 0.6 ms 209.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 46 5760 MB 0.6 ms 210.1 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 47 5888 MB 0.6 ms 212.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 48 6016 MB 0.6 ms 210.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 49 6144 MB 0.6 ms 213.9 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 50 6272 MB 0.6 ms 212.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 51 6400 MB 0.6 ms 213.8 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 52 6528 MB 0.6 ms 213.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 53 6656 MB 0.6 ms 213.3 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 54 6784 MB 0.6 ms 213.5 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 55 6912 MB 0.6 ms 213.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 56 7040 MB 0.6 ms 212.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 57 7168 MB 0.6 ms 210.0 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 58 7296 MB 0.6 ms 209.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 59 7424 MB 0.6 ms 211.6 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 60 7552 MB 24.8 ms 5.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 61 7680 MB 24.8 ms 5.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 62 7808 MB 24.8 ms 5.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 63 7936 MB 24.8 ms 5.2 GB/s TRUE
Chunk 64 8064 MB 24.8 ms 5.2 GB/s TRUE
I think this is due to drivers memory reservation and such.

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Hi, I have a problem with Afterburner and OverdriveNTool, changing the core clock, the voltage is droped fron 1.206v to 1.15v, like you can see in this video:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1F0...52xqCg-j7kh1P8

Do anybody with an 590 or other polaris gpu see this?.

I think that the problem is that Afterburner and overdriveNTool are not using auto voltages like wattman. It seems that they are using manual voltages. Increasin the clock with wattman and voltage in auto, I don't have the problem. But if I have wattman activated, I see that sometimes the max memory clock is droped fron 2000mhz to 1750mhz, and it can cause instability, so I don't have it activated. I'm using the 18.12.1.1 drivers.
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My RX 470 Nitro+ just died :-(, the funny part is that it was with the original bios that I just edited the fun curve because off noisy bearings while surfing the web(unsuccessfully- still activated at 40C), I have placed silent 90mm Fan's under it so the card stayed cool & quiet while surfing web and I just made it to run 1300/1800 vs 1260/1750 stock.

Now who know's if I will get replacement, for no reason the PC just turned off while gaming even tho the temps were OK, now it's completely dead, not recognized by PC and only led's turn on (Fan off).
Back to R9 270 :-(.
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Hi, I have a problem with Afterburner and OverdriveNTool, changing the core clock, the voltage is droped fron 1.206v to 1.15v, like you can see in this video:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1F0...52xqCg-j7kh1P8

Do anybody with an 590 or other polaris gpu see this?.

I think that the problem is that Afterburner and overdriveNTool are not using auto voltages like wattman. It seems that they are using manual voltages. Increasin the clock with wattman and voltage in auto, I don't have the problem. But if I have wattman activated, I see that sometimes the max memory clock is droped fron 2000mhz to 1750mhz, and it can cause instability, so I don't have it activated. I'm using the 18.12.1.1 drivers.
I have found one way to solve the problem, is to change into ASIC Profiling table, ulEvvDefaultVdcc and ulEvvNoCalcVddc form 1.150v to 1.206v that is the highest value I see in dpm3. Also I have tested to change ulEfuseMin from 1200 to 1550 to lower the dmp 6 to 3 voltages, but voltages are to low. I have to test a value between 1500 and 1550, because with 1500 dpm 6 is 1.206v.

Afaik with my tests, those voltages are the manual voltages you can see in wattman and OverdriveNTool, and are a fixed voltages for per dpm clock. They are used if you are changing core clocks in Aferburner, trixx, OverdriveNTool, and wattman with manual voltages.

Changing clocks with auto voltages in wattman, or with a registry value in OverdriveNToo,l it is using the stock auto voltages, that can be increased or decreased changing the clocks.

Other thing I see is that if you are using OverdriveNTool without Wattman activated, and you change some value on it, a registry value is added and the manual voltages are used instead the auto voltage ones, so it can cause problems.

To increase or decrease auto voltages, that is a range of voltages per dpm clock. The easy way is to use a voltage offset with AB of Trixx. But there is a second way using some values into the powerplay named ucCKSVOffsetandDisable. It seems that increasing the value by a 6 dec value is incresing the voltage 6mv and decreasing it is dreceasing the voltage. I don't have tested negative values for it, I have tested only up to 00.
480s and 580s have these vales to 00 and I don't know if this is working for them.
You can see the location of these values in the second image. I don't have tested DPM 0 ucCKSVOffsetandDisable that is 80, but it seem it is not increasing the voltage.
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