If it is, without any optimizations for the albeit small differences, you might be looking at yields in the margin of last gen cards, or worse - same clock for clock performance as them. You would strive for forcing it to be recognized as another card, no?
0x1002:0x6790:1:5:Tahiti0x1002:0x6791:1:5:Tahiti0x1002:0x6792:1:5:Tahiti0x1002:0x6798:1:5:Tahiti XT [Radeon HD 7970]
0x1002:0x6790:1:5:Tahiti0x1002:0x6791:1:5:Tahiti0x1002:0x6792:1:5:Tahiti0x1002:0x6798:1:5:Tahiti XT0x****:0x****:1:5[Radeon HD 7970]
So with Blameless' post taken into account try adding this:Originally Posted by $ilent
My hardware IDs look nothing like that though.
Heres one of 4:
[Radeon HD 7790]
Got it. GCN is the architecture; Bonaire is the die codename.Originally Posted by Blameless
Bonaire is the code name for the much smaller 7790 die.
R290X uses the Hawaii XT part (which shares the same shader uarc as Bonaire).
Anyway, the name in the txt is probably just for reference. You could likely call it 'Samwise Gamgie PRO' without problems.