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December 09, 2019, 07:53:01 PM
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Hi,

Im writing to ask for help with finding original vbios for my ASUS-STRIX-RX470-O8G-GAMING is there anyone on reddit or knows someone who can help me get this vbios file ? Im not trusting techpowerup because gpu-z changes sha-1 of files they upload to their website and i would like to get it extracted by atiflash.

link to atiflash : https://www.techpowerup.com/download/ati-atiflash/
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December 10, 2019, 01:51:44 AM
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Asus got something called PPID inside of bios of any amd card or nvidia, if u are gonna use it for warranty and card was moded before u gonna need to edit that ppid inside stock bios and replace it with one that is on written on sticker of the card.
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December 10, 2019, 06:55:11 AM
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No one will be able to help you find the original bios for your card if you haven't backed it up in the first place.
People who have this exact card can backup the bios and send it to you but even then it won't be the same that came installed in the card.
I understand this well because as one of my RX580s, even though they were exactly the same model, the one had higher core frequency and the other did not which resulted in a successful flash but soft brick after running them through an intensive workload.
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April 26, 2020, 03:23:02 PM
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Asus got something called PPID inside of bios of any amd card or nvidia, if u are gonna use it for warranty and card was moded before u gonna need to edit that ppid inside stock bios and replace it with one that is on written on sticker of the card.
Could you tell me where is PPID number in these 2 bios?

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April 26, 2020, 03:27:12 PM
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Asus got something called PPID inside of bios of any amd card or nvidia, if u are gonna use it for warranty and card was moded before u gonna need to edit that ppid inside stock bios and replace it with one that is on written on sticker of the card.
Could you tell me where is PPID number in these 2 bios?


Press Ctrl+F and swtich to text and type PPID, that should find ppid inside bios. Or in hexcode 50504944, after that u will see 13digit number which u will need to replace with one that is on your card sticker.
https://gyazo.com/f746efa729cb2b2ccc6cb8a524aa443d
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April 26, 2020, 03:40:43 PM
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Asus got something called PPID inside of bios of any amd card or nvidia, if u are gonna use it for warranty and card was moded before u gonna need to edit that ppid inside stock bios and replace it with one that is on written on sticker of the card.
Could you tell me where is PPID number in these 2 bios?


Press Ctrl+F and swtich to text and type PPID, that should find ppid inside bios. Or in hexcode 50504944, after that u will see 13digit number which u will need to replace with one that is on your card sticker.
https://gyazo.com/f746efa729cb2b2ccc6cb8a524aa443d
Thank you but if I edit bios with Hex Editor and flash it to card, will windows regconize it as "unofficial" bios file and can not install driver normally?
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April 26, 2020, 03:42:49 PM
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U can pretty much have edit it and fix your checksum with all stock settings in bios and replace it, and it should show as unmoded card with right ppid. U will need stock bios for model of that card or bios that u saved before moding that card.
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April 26, 2020, 03:44:59 PM
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U can pretty much have edit it and fix your checksum with all stock settings in bios and replace it, and it should show as unmoded card with right ppid. U will need stock bios for model of that card or bios that u saved before moding that card.
Thank you. My last question, how can i fix my checksum Cheesy
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April 26, 2020, 03:59:27 PM
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Download CRC anorak checker, open bios that u moded with it, and it will show you concurrent value, and expected value. Then u need to replace concurrent with expected one if they are not same.
https://github.com/AnorakTech/Anoraks-AMD-VBIOS-CRC-checker
https://gyazo.com/e5052a4fb7c2a2926477e05a3f96667f
Value after IBM if what u need to replace, u see it on screenshot.
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April 26, 2020, 04:21:03 PM
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Download CRC anorak checker, open bios that u moded with it, and it will show you concurrent value, and expected value. Then u need to replace concurrent with expected one if they are not same.
https://github.com/AnorakTech/Anoraks-AMD-VBIOS-CRC-checker
https://gyazo.com/e5052a4fb7c2a2926477e05a3f96667f
Value after IBM if what u need to replace, u see it on screenshot.
Thank you very very much!
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