**The HD5770 Thread**

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by keenan, Nov 7, 2009.

  1. Maximus1

    Maximus1 New Member

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    hi i own a 5770 (VTX VX5770 1GBD5-H) since today but can not read or change the voltage in any tool.
    do you have an idea why and can i vmod it?

    if yes how can i do that?
     
  2. Extraordinary

    Extraordinary Ancient Guru

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    Flash to ASUS or MSI BIOS
     
  3. Maximus1

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    can i flash it back when it does not work?
    i mean flashing it back so that VTX will not see that there was another bios on that card.
     
  4. *Bio*

    *Bio* Master Guru

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    If the PCB is not the same as the asus or msi it may/most likely brick the card.
     

  5. Maximus1

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    ok thanks, i bring that card back on monday.
     
  6. Extraordinary

    Extraordinary Ancient Guru

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    Flashed my Sapphire to the ASUS BIOS

    AFAIK I havent heard of any issues flashing between BIOSs
     
  7. *Bio*

    *Bio* Master Guru

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    IF the PCB is a cheap stripped down version of the original SKU i would not recommend flashing it with a bios for a fully loaded card like MSI,ASUS,Sapphire REV1. ect.
     
  8. sajibjoarder

    sajibjoarder Master Guru

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    use msi afterbuner and go to configaration file(MSIAfterburner.cfg) edit it.

    EnableUnofficialOverclocking = 1

    and

    UnlockVoltageControl = 1
    UnlockVoltageMonitoring = 1

    but u will lose the amd power play


    edit: ur pcb is non standrad. dont flush..,,
     
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2010
  9. sverek

    sverek Ancient Guru

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    Most problems I see with 5770 is automatic clock change:

    Problem is in video card itself. It crashes as it changes frequences and voltages.
    So I enables overclocking in CCC made new profile with it. After I edited lines that are in my new profile, which located in - C:/Users/Account Name/app data/local/ATI/ACE/Profiles/ (just type %data% to get that secret folder) -

    Code:
           <Feature name="CoreClockTarget_0">
              <Property name="Want_0" value="85000" />
              <Property name="Want_1" value="85000" />
              <Property name="Want_2" value="85000" />
            </Feature>
            <Feature name="MemoryClockTarget_0">
              <Property name="Want_0" value="120000" />
              <Property name="Want_1" value="120000" />
              <Property name="Want_2" value="120000" />
            </Feature>
            <Feature name="CoreVoltageTarget_0">
              <Property name="Want_0" value="1200" />
              <Property name="Want_1" value="1200" />
              <Property name="Want_2" value="1200" />
            </Feature>
            <Feature name="MemoryVoltageTarget_0">
              <Property name="Want_0" value="0" />
              <Property name="Want_1" value="0" />
              <Property name="Want_2" value="0" />
    However those are my values, be don't copy paste it. Idea is, to make stable voltage and frequences, so CCC doesn't automatically changes values.

    Hope it helps to whoever who got sent here with same problem. Worked for me and other people.

    TAGS : ATI Radeon 5770 Flickering Crash
     

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