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post #1021 of 1022 (permalink) Unread 05-13-2019, 11:24 AM
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Greetings hellm, I got a POWERCOLOR RED DEVIL RX 480/8GB, I downloaded and flashed your Original 480-580 bios mod, did some benchmark and looks stable, But when Idle I see that the sensors from Radeon Overlay, GpuZ and HwInfo shows that when idle is constant 30W. Is that normal? Even tho I'm going to attatch some screenshots. Thanks in advance, and great work for all these years with it.

EDIT: I tested the bios with games and after 10-15min of gameplay the textures in-game started to fail, they show terrain, dust, snow, etc in other colors, and some characters too, roof and lights started to flick and shine a lot so i had to flash back the stock Bios. What could be causing this in the mod bios?
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post #1022 of 1022 (permalink) Unread 05-18-2019, 08:10 AM - Thread Starter
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hey, sorry my answer took a while..

no idea. But i suggest to keep the temp below that value, temp limits are there for a reason. Also take a look at your VRM temperature.

the answer is in the thread, sorry i can't say on what page.. look for IMC voltage, because that second voltage is a voltage floor, can't go under that value with your vcore.

same here, your answers are in the thread, i suggest to read it backwards and search for power limit or something. The 30% is indeed a software bug, and there are more infos about temperature, power limits and so on. I made sure the VRM is working as it should, so any change would be through different voltage and power limit, at least at maximum load.

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