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Author Topic: [UPDATE] RX480 (Ref) 31+Mh, Custom Rom - VDDC OFFSET + Custom timing  (Read 229892 times)
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September 06, 2016, 07:03:37 PM
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27mhash 80 watt Huh

which original BIOS is that?

Can share?

http://i.imgur.com/4iq5uQl.jpg here you go! (how can i show it as a picture?)

Oh Scheizen! So that is just you tweaking the wattman settings and not running a custom ROM?

Yes  Grin
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September 06, 2016, 07:15:18 PM
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let me guess: 1500-timings to 2000MHz-strap?  Grin
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September 06, 2016, 07:17:09 PM
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Here you go Smiley

Still running, took the screenshot pretty quickly because i was kind of happy haha..



Let's see if i can break 34+ Mh :p

you need to also put your PC environment, CPU, mobo, etc

see if it throttles down like the previous lowenergy rom.... i am suspecting temps to be the culprit...

you got to list down a checklist for the device signing thing because many members have some issues and cannot use the rom.

I measured ATW, 0.58A, so 130watt.

Did you see the temp? not going over 60 degrees mate Smiley

It's stable as a rock Wink

WoW that's great!!! Congratulation for this hash! Who has the fastest R9 480x? What's the record with it on ethash?

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September 06, 2016, 07:27:25 PM
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WoW that's great!!! Congratulation for this hash! Who has the fastest R9 480x? What's the record with it on ethash?
Say thx to Samsung K4GB0325FB GDDR5 memory
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September 06, 2016, 07:31:06 PM
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WoW that's great!!! Congratulation for this hash! Who has the fastest R9 480x? What's the record with it on ethash?
Say thx to Samsung K4GB0325FB GDDR5 memory

Wink thanks for sharing the ref. No elpidia on this gen? On a hash that need fast Gddr5 it's clear that the best gram will lead in perf.

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September 06, 2016, 07:32:43 PM
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WoW that's great!!! Congratulation for this hash! Who has the fastest R9 480x? What's the record with it on ethash?
Say thx to Samsung K4GB0325FB GDDR5 memory

Wink thanks for sharing the ref. No elpidia on this gen? On a hash that need fast Gddr5 it's clear that the best gram will lead in perf.

Eliovp --- what brand 480 did you use?


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September 06, 2016, 07:36:22 PM
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WoW that's great!!! Congratulation for this hash! Who has the fastest R9 480x? What's the record with it on ethash?
Say thx to Samsung K4GB0325FB GDDR5 memory

Wink thanks for sharing the ref. No elpidia on this gen? On a hash that need fast Gddr5 it's clear that the best gram will lead in perf.

Eliovp --- what brand 480 did you use?



4 posts up, he said saphire ref.  Roll Eyes you are welcome!

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September 06, 2016, 07:41:18 PM
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WoW that's great!!! Congratulation for this hash! Who has the fastest R9 480x? What's the record with it on ethash?
Say thx to Samsung K4GB0325FB GDDR5 memory

Wink thanks for sharing the ref. No elpidia on this gen? On a hash that need fast Gddr5 it's clear that the best gram will lead in perf.

Eliovp --- what brand 480 did you use?



4 posts up, he said saphire ref.  Roll Eyes you are welcome!

oh wow.... i have a rig 6 x RX480 Sapphires with his previous lowenergy.rom.... which basically cant hold 29MHs.

safe to assume Sapphires use Samsung GDDR5?

I dont like this "device signing" thing and the other bypasses and experimenting using CDM/Ubuntu.

Anyone has tutorial for CDM-Ubuntu?

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September 06, 2016, 07:46:15 PM
Last edit: September 06, 2016, 11:47:35 PM by anatolikostis
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WoW that's great!!! Congratulation for this hash! Who has the fastest R9 480x? What's the record with it on ethash?
Say thx to Samsung K4G80325FB GDDR5 memory
No elpidia on this gen? On a hash that need fast Gddr5 it's clear that the best gram will lead in perf.
RX 480 4GB - Hynix H5GC4H24AJR equipped
RX 480 8Gb - Samsung K4GB0325FB equipped
may be we are going to see some elpida-equipped "low-cost"  Grin versions of RX 480 from XFX/TUL
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September 06, 2016, 07:46:32 PM
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let me guess: 1500-timings to 2000MHz-strap?  Grin

Not really no ;-)

Completely changed the memory block.

I'll show a screenshot later :-)

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September 06, 2016, 08:11:06 PM
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let me guess: 1500-timings to 2000MHz-strap?  Grin

Not really no ;-)

Completely changed the memory block.

I'll show a screenshot later :-)

Well Eliovp, you've got the best result of RX 480 so far which I've seen. It'd be great if you could tell us about the version of that RX 480, your OS, the driver you're using and the ROM you're using at the moment. If you could share your other hardware configuration, then it'd be even better. Tongue

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September 06, 2016, 08:50:38 PM
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let me guess: 1500-timings to 2000MHz-strap?  Grin

Not really no ;-)

Completely changed the memory block.

I'll show a screenshot later :-)

Well Eliovp, you've got the best result of RX 480 so far which I've seen. It'd be great if you could tell us about the version of that RX 480, your OS, the driver you're using and the ROM you're using at the moment. If you could share your other hardware configuration, then it'd be even better. Tongue

Sure.

Here's a screenshot of the rom opened in PolarisEditor so you'll have an idea what i've done with the memory block.

http://oi64.tinypic.com/24onigy.jpg

It's just a Reference Sapphire 480, Samsung 8GB memory (like almost all of them).
OS = Windows 10 Pro
Driver = 16.8.2
Rom = a new one Smiley

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September 06, 2016, 11:48:55 PM
Last edit: September 07, 2016, 12:00:26 AM by anatolikostis
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+2 memory straps & custom (or not?   Wink ) timings - nice!  Smiley
just like a stilt/community custom ones for elpida/hynix/samsung
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September 07, 2016, 02:54:32 AM
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let me guess: 1500-timings to 2000MHz-strap?  Grin

Not really no ;-)

Completely changed the memory block.

I'll show a screenshot later :-)

Well Eliovp, you've got the best result of RX 480 so far which I've seen. It'd be great if you could tell us about the version of that RX 480, your OS, the driver you're using and the ROM you're using at the moment. If you could share your other hardware configuration, then it'd be even better. Tongue

Sure.

Here's a screenshot of the rom opened in PolarisEditor so you'll have an idea what i've done with the memory block.

http://oi64.tinypic.com/24onigy.jpg

It's just a Reference Sapphire 480, Samsung 8GB memory (like almost all of them).
OS = Windows 10 Pro
Driver = 16.8.2
Rom = a new one Smiley

hollyshit that's very cool
so you use only stock room with polaris editor ? or you use boysie/heliox rom?

anyway can you share your cooling room?

i hope you can share more detail about the step to reach 33mhs
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September 07, 2016, 03:21:30 AM
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2350MHz.. wow thats like a magic...
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September 07, 2016, 07:16:17 AM
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let me guess: 1500-timings to 2000MHz-strap?  Grin

Not really no ;-)

Completely changed the memory block.

I'll show a screenshot later :-)

Well Eliovp, you've got the best result of RX 480 so far which I've seen. It'd be great if you could tell us about the version of that RX 480, your OS, the driver you're using and the ROM you're using at the moment. If you could share your other hardware configuration, then it'd be even better. Tongue

Sure.

Here's a screenshot of the rom opened in PolarisEditor so you'll have an idea what i've done with the memory block.

http://oi64.tinypic.com/24onigy.jpg

It's just a Reference Sapphire 480, Samsung 8GB memory (like almost all of them).
OS = Windows 10 Pro
Driver = 16.8.2
Rom = a new one Smiley

hollyshit that's very cool
so you use only stock room with polaris editor ? or you use boysie/heliox rom?

anyway can you share your cooling room?

i hope you can share more detail about the step to reach 33mhs

I think a lot of people may not know this but....

Eliovp is Heliox.

Heliox is Eliovp.


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I think he uses Eliovp at his work PC.

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September 07, 2016, 08:06:43 AM
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I think a lot of people may not know this but....

Eliovp is Heliox.

Heliox is Eliovp.


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I think he uses Eliovp at his work PC.

ahh im not upto date -_-
that's nice to know who is heliox  Grin
im still waiting the full review for 24hours

my friend using boysie rom (30mhs+) running dualmode now 1 of some card burned-out, he running 2week,  im not know more detail about temp, etc. he just saying his vga burned-out and now his trying to refund his card, but im not sure he get new device because he mod the bios.
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my friend using heliox rom (31mhs+) running dualmode now 1 of 2card burned-out, he running 2week,  im not know more detail about temp, etc. he just saying his vga burned-out and now his trying to refund his card, but im not sure he get new device because he mod the bios.
Why am I not surprised?
new-bee miners with a lack of electricity rules knowing  Cheesy
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September 07, 2016, 11:30:36 AM
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Why am I not surprised?
new-bee miners with a lack of electricity rules knowing  Cheesy


Could you please teach us on the basics of electricity?
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September 07, 2016, 11:55:57 AM
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my friend using heliox rom (31mhs+) running dualmode now 1 of 2card burned-out, he running 2week,  im not know more detail about temp, etc. he just saying his vga burned-out and now his trying to refund his card, but im not sure he get new device because he mod the bios.
Why am I not surprised?
new-bee miners with a lack of electricity rules knowing  Cheesy


I was waiting for these reports.  I mean hell let's put these to the absolute max and cross our fingers they don't burn up.  What your friend needs to do is flash it back to factory if possible before he sends it in else they find the bad rom he will not get warranty.  Like I said in a previous post here.  If you want long term this isn't the route.  Good luck

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