4890 1000mhz core lock

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by Darkiee, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. Darkiee

    Darkiee Master Guru

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    Whats the trick to overwrite that 1000mhz lock? I just want to test how far i can push this card...
     
  2. Jae-So

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    probably need to flash a different bios from the 1Ghz core cards or sumthin
     
  3. Darkiee

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    Meh... Owell, i get to work then to seek better bios
     
  4. gurusan

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    most seem to crap out around 1040-1050mhz until you go to extreme cooling.
     

  5. Jae-So

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    ^ yeh because oh heat + stability etc, but I think he means the OC programs or CCC won't let yu put the slider past 1000Mhz
     
  6. Darkiee

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    What Jae-So said ^^
     
  7. Darkiee

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    I´m sitting at 1000/1200, cpu at 3600, and i get 11880 for gpu on Vantage...
    Now, i want to break that 12000 barrier for me, so, please please give a hand on getting that another bios for this card if that is what i need to get to break 1000 core... :(

    I just need those 20-50mhz more core speed to get that 12000 ><

    Memory is running pretty much at the limits amt and if i´m not totally wrong, memory is running at 1.2375v, as i believe thats the memory voltage, atleast it helped abit when i increased it, to get memory to 1200.

    Now, you gurus and pros, help meh to get that 12000 gpu vantage points.
     
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    MSI Afterburner can go beyond 1000 MHz I believe.
     
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    Yeah I can slide it up to 1275 on mine. But that needs crazy voltage though.
     
  10. Darkiee

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    Yes, it can, but when i slide it to for example 1050, apply it, it goes back to 1000mhz.

    Edit: I got my hands on Sapphires Atomic cards bios. How much does basic 4890 difference from Atomic model other than Atomic has higher clocks?
     
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  11. ndude555

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    Its probably got a higher base voltage to work off of.
     
  12. Jae-So

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    Atomic also has vapor X cooling
     
  13. Monster_Marvin

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    You should be able to use Rivatuner to go above 1000Mhz. I've a XFX Black Edition as one of my two cards and it will go to 1045Mhz (the will only do 900Mhz). In Rivatuner the highest I can set either of my cards is 1305 (not that either will do anywhere near that!) as opposed to the 1000 in Catalyst Control Panel (even on the BE). Afterburner does not work with either card.
     
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    Yeh, used gputool to get past 1000mhz, but it drasticly went so unstable after that, i did one vantage run at 1020mhz and it seemed that it was so close of tossing a black screen, volts were at 1.4v.

    I´ll leave this experiment later, when i´m intending to buy new card, can´t afford to fry the card yet ;p
     
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    You can just edit the bios of your card to remove the lock and then flash it back, no?
     

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    Who knows the one bios can I get to raise to more than 915... I got a Powercolor HD4890... and MSI Afterburner dont rise voltage... any trick?
     
  17. 3T3RN4L

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    you don't have to change the bios at all really. you simply use msi afterburner for the voltage tweak and use amd gpu clock to overclock it as far as you want. i use those 2 all the time and work well. take in mind using those software to override the CCC panel clocks will cause your clocks to run at consent speed and won't downclock itself,so if your worried bout your card temps you can simply down clock it your self to save power and run cooler.i do
    that with my 5870
     
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    i just intall the latest version 1.41 and try... and nothing works.. disabled voltagem modification...
     
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    If you're interested in breaking the 1.35V limit, you can use this program:
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=227628

    It allows > 1.35V.

    To use in conjunction with MSI Afterburner, simply set your clocks in Afterburner, and then set the voltage in the Voltage Tuner program.

    Simple as that.

    Repeat if you are changing the clock again.
     

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