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#166 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by bigguygeo 10.06.2021 23:52

I believe you. But I think that somebody will get it useful. Many users have successfully modded 5xx with simple decimal sum fix of unused bytes. Someone even succeeds with 5700 xt modding. This crc checksum verification applies only on file size of vrom (65 kbs) other modules like gop and gop table resource are away from crc check.

I found this:
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This FFFFF padding outside of the file is used to fill unexpected end of file and nothing more. Still can't understand how file size equals hexfile length

Ok, FILE SIZE?

73E9 = E973 = E600
74E9 = E974 = E800
76E9 = E976 = EC00
78E9 = E978 = F000
79E9 = E979 = F200
7FE9 = E97F = FE00
80E9 = E980 = 10000

Still can't understand how this is working, but maybe its sort of EFI image rules of file size
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////

So checksum check is limited by this value size. This value is simply after 55AA at the beginning of the vrom

#167 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by ket 11.06.2021 13:52

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I haven't looked at the state of RDNA modding a whole lot, I know its got some people working on it but anything like vBIOS mod tools are a way off still from what I've seen. If you have any useful links for 5700XT modding then I'll take a look at those to check in again on how its going.

#168 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by bigguygeo 12.06.2021 19:28

For some reason I can’t post links

So simply add www

mineshop.eu/2020/10/03/secret-sauce-bios-mod-for-rx-5700-graphic-cards/

igorslab.de/en/red-bios-editor-and-morepowertool-adjust-and-optimize-your-vbios-and-even-more-stable-overclocking-navi-unlimited/

techpowerup.com/review/flashing-amd-radeon-rx-5700-with-xt-bios-performance-guide/

#169 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by chris89 09.07.2021 14:24

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Can someone help me remember how to change the VDDC offset in hex? Thanks

I want to set 1.250v from 1.100v

https://www.mediafire.com/file/5j285ph64...-strap.rom/file

#170 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by chris89 11.07.2021 05:44

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Nevermind I got it. If anyone wants a 1.250v VDDC Sapphire Pulse RX 560 2GB BIOS lmk. I can clock my Gigabyte RX 560 4GB to 1480mhz on 1.250v btw.

#171 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by galkinvv 15.07.2021 02:06

Hey!
During a research, I've made a modification to a PolarisBiosEditor. The modification is called "PolarisBiosEditor-xml".
I'm not sure if I'm going to develop it further, but it is open source and I hope it maybe useful not only for me.

Dumping into XML-based stdout is done for more data that is not visible in a GUI.
About video outputs, i2c buses, VDDCI-related, generic option ROM headers.
The main intended usage is helping editing and interpreting data opened in external hex editor.

To connect with an external hex editor dumped structures are associated with their HEX offset from the start of VBIOS file.
So to edit some value just go to the shown offset in external hex editor, change it, then open file in PolarisBiosEditor-xml and check that the correct value in the XML dump is changed. Save VBIOS with the editor to fix checksum.

Spoiler: Example output, near 500 lines, and skept to fit in forum post limit


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<root-of-option-rom-dump name="bioses/Asus.RX580.8192.170417_1-stock.rom" dump-software-version="PolarisBiosEditor-1.7xml-2021.07">
<OptionRomAndAtomHeaders>
<EFI_LEGACY_EXPANSION_AMD_ROM_HEADER addr="0x0-0x4A len=74=0x4A">
<Signature55>85 = 0x55 = 0b1010101</Signature55>
<SignatureAA>170 = 0xAA = 0b10101010</SignatureAA>
<Bit8Length_in_512bytes>116 = 0x74 = 0b1110100</Bit8Length_in_512bytes>
<JmpRel16_OpCode_E9>233 = 0xE9 = 0b11101001</JmpRel16_OpCode_E9>
<Jmp_Target_Rel_To_0x6>685 = 0x2AD = 0b1010101101</Jmp_Target_Rel_To_0x6>
<reserved_legacy>18-bytes text:\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0</reserved_legacy>
<PCIRHeaderOffset>592 = 0x250 = 0b1001010000</PCIRHeaderOffset>
<PnPHeaderOffset>0</PnPHeaderOffset>
<TextsAfterHeaderNullPadding>0</TextsAfterHeaderNullPadding>
<TextIBM>3-bytes text:IBM</TextIBM>
<SimpleChecksum8ToZeroOverRegion_BeforeNextHeader>134 = 0x86 = 0b10000110</SimpleChecksum8ToZeroOverRegion_BeforeNextHeader>
<Unknown2_1>37508 = 0x9284 = 0b1001001010000100</Unknown2_1>
<Zeroes11>11-bytes text:\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0</Zeroes11>
<Unknown1>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</Unknown1>
<ATIAMDSignature_SP761295520>10-bytes text: 761295520</ATIAMDSignature_SP761295520>
<Zeroes6_1>6-bytes text:\0\0\0\0\0\0</Zeroes6_1>
<Unknown2_2>677 = 0x2A5 = 0b1010100101</Unknown2_2>
<Zeroes6_2>6-bytes text:\0\0\0\0\0\0</Zeroes6_2>
<AtomRomHeaderOffset>556 = 0x22C = 0b1000101100</AtomRomHeaderOffset>
<ComputedOffsetToNextHeader>0xE800</ComputedOffsetToNextHeader>
<ComputedJmpTarget>0x2B3</ComputedJmpTarget>
</EFI_LEGACY_EXPANSION_AMD_ROM_HEADER>
<MostlyText info=" 482bytes [0x4A-22C) values 00000000000030342F31372F3137..585C636F6E6669672E6800000090" as_text="\0\0\0\0\0\004/17/17 03:28\0\01\0\0\0\xE9\xB8\x03\0\xE9\xC7\x03\0\0\0\xF4\0\0\x13\0\0\0\xD0\x01\0B\x0A \xE1\x02\x80~\0\xE2\x10D\x02\x12\0\0\0\0\0\0<@\x0E\x02\x07<\x01\x1A\0\x04\0\0\0\xEE\xA0\xFF\x06\0\x080@\x0E\x01\0\0\0\0\0\0\x14\x03\0\0\0\0\0\0\xBE~\x11\0\xB9\x07\x1A\xD6P,\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\x14@AC\0\0\0\0\x10\0\0\0B\0\0\0\xF0}\xE6\x07 \0 \0\x12\0\x0E\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0115-D009PI2-101\0POLARIS20\0PCI_EXPRESS\0GDDR5\0\x0D\x0A67DFHB.15.50.2.1.AS14 \x0D\x0A\0\x0D\x0A \x0D\x0A\0(C) 1988-2010, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.\0ATOMBIOSBK-AMD VER015.050.002.001.000000\0AS14.BIN \01398877 \0381643 \0 \0ASUS_POLARIS20_D009PI2_DUAL_RX580_O8G_HYNIX\config.h\0\0\0\x90"/>
<ATOM_ROM_HEADER addr="0x22C-0x250 len=36=0x24">
<sHeader>
<usStructureSize>36 = 0x24 = 0b100100</usStructureSize>
<ucTableFormatRevision>1</ucTableFormatRevision>
<ucTableContentRevision>1</ucTableContentRevision>
</sHeader>
<uaFirmWareSignature>4-bytes text:ATOM</uaFirmWareSignature>
<usBiosRuntimeSegmentAddress>49152 = 0xC000 = 0b1100000000000000</usBiosRuntimeSegmentAddress>
<usProtectedModeInfoOffset>977 = 0x3D1 = 0b1111010001</usProtectedModeInfoOffset>
<usConfigFilenameOffset>460 = 0x1CC = 0b111001100</usConfigFilenameOffset>
<usCRC_BlockOffset>629 = 0x275 = 0b1001110101</usCRC_BlockOffset>
<usBIOS_BootupMessageOffset>288 = 0x120 = 0b100100000</usBIOS_BootupMessageOffset>
<usInt10Offset>1014 = 0x3F6 = 0b1111110110</usInt10Offset>
<usPciBusDevInitCode>0</usPciBusDevInitCode>
<usIoBaseAddress>0</usIoBaseAddress>
<usSubsystemVendorID>4163 = 0x1043 = 0b1000001000011</usSubsystemVendorID>
<usSubsystemID>1313 = 0x521 = 0b10100100001</usSubsystemID>
<usPCI_InfoOffset>592 = 0x250 = 0b1001010000</usPCI_InfoOffset>
<usMasterCommandTableOffset>38748 = 0x975C = 0b1001011101011100</usMasterCommandTableOffset>
<usMasterDataTableOffset>38914 = 0x9802 = 0b1001100000000010</usMasterDataTableOffset>
<ucExtendedFunctionCode>160 = 0xA0 = 0b10100000</ucExtendedFunctionCode>
<ucReserved>0</ucReserved>
</ATOM_ROM_HEADER>
<PCIR_2_3_DATA_STRUCTURE addr="0x250-0x274 len=36=0x24">
<Signature_PCIR>4-bytes text:PCIR</Signature_PCIR>
<usVendorID>4098 = 0x1002 = 0b1000000000010</usVendorID>
<usDeviceID>26591 = 0x67DF = 0b110011111011111</usDeviceID>
<DeviceListOffset>0</DeviceListOffset>
<HeaderLength>24 = 0x18 = 0b11000</HeaderLength>
<Revision>0</Revision>
<ClassCode_VGA_Controller_is_003>3-bytes text:\0\0\x03</ClassCode_VGA_Controller_is_003>
<ImageLength_in_512bytes>116 = 0x74 = 0b1110100</ImageLength_in_512bytes>
<CodeRevision>3890 = 0xF32 = 0b111100110010</CodeRevision>
<CodeType_PC_Compatible_is_0__UEFI_is_3>0</CodeType_PC_Compatible_is_0__UEFI_is_3>
<Indicator_last_is_0x80>0</Indicator_last_is_0x80>
<MaxRuntimeImageLength>0</MaxRuntimeImageLength>
<SomeTextWithAMD>12-bytes text:AMD ATOMBIOS</SomeTextWithAMD>
</PCIR_2_3_DATA_STRUCTURE>
<ATOM_CMD_TABLES addr="0x975C-0x9802 len=166=0xA6">
<sHeader>
<usStructureSize>166 = 0xA6 = 0b10100110</usStructureSize>
<ucTableFormatRevision>1</ucTableFormatRevision>
<ucTableContentRevision>1</ucTableContentRevision>
</sHeader>
</ATOM_CMD_TABLES>
</OptionRomAndAtomHeaders>
<AtomMasterDataTables>
<ATOM_DATA_TABLES addr="0x9802-0x984C len=74=0x4A">
<sHeader>
<usStructureSize>74 = 0x4A = 0b1001010</usStructureSize>
<ucTableFormatRevision>1</ucTableFormatRevision>
<ucTableContentRevision>1</ucTableContentRevision>
</sHeader>
<UtilityPipeLine>0</UtilityPipeLine>
<MultimediaCapabilityInfo>0</MultimediaCapabilityInfo>
<MultimediaConfigInfo>0</MultimediaConfigInfo>
<StandardVESA_Timing>38988 = 0x984C = 0b1001100001001100</StandardVESA_Timing>
<FirmwareInfo>39216 = 0x9930 = 0b1001100100110000</FirmwareInfo>
<PaletteData>39324 = 0x999C = 0b1001100110011100</PaletteData>
<LCD_Info>39376 = 0x99D0 = 0b1001100111010000</LCD_Info>
<DIGTransmitterInfo>0</DIGTransmitterInfo>
<SMU_Info>43522 = 0xAA02 = 0b1010101000000010</SMU_Info>
<SupportedDevicesInfo>0</SupportedDevicesInfo>
<GPIO_I2C_Info>39454 = 0x9A1E = 0b1001101000011110</GPIO_I2C_Info>
<VRAM_UsageByFirmware>39674 = 0x9AFA = 0b1001101011111010</VRAM_UsageByFirmware>
<GPIO_Pin_LUT>39686 = 0x9B06 = 0b1001101100000110</GPIO_Pin_LUT>
<VESA_ToInternalModeLUT>39718 = 0x9B26 = 0b1001101100100110</VESA_ToInternalModeLUT>
<GFX_Info>39834 = 0x9B9A = 0b1001101110011010</GFX_Info>
<PowerPlayInfo>39858 = 0x9BB2 = 0b1001101110110010</PowerPlayInfo>
<GPUVirtualizationInfo>0</GPUVirtualizationInfo>
<SaveRestoreInfo>43498 = 0xA9EA = 0b1010100111101010</SaveRestoreInfo>
<PPLL_SS_Info>0</PPLL_SS_Info>
<OemInfo>40692 = 0x9EF4 = 0b1001111011110100</OemInfo>
<XTMDS_Info>0</XTMDS_Info>
<MclkSS_Info>0</MclkSS_Info>
<Object_Header>40698 = 0x9EFA = 0b1001111011111010</Object_Header>
<IndirectIOAccess>41772 = 0xA32C = 0b1010001100101100</IndirectIOAccess>
<MC_InitParameter>41048 = 0xA058 = 0b1010000001011000</MC_InitParameter>
<ASIC_VDDC_Info>0</ASIC_VDDC_Info>
<ASIC_InternalSS_Info>43358 = 0xA95E = 0b1010100101011110</ASIC_InternalSS_Info>
<TV_VideoMode>43398 = 0xA986 = 0b1010100110000110</TV_VideoMode>
<VRAM_Info>41898 = 0xA3AA = 0b1010001110101010</VRAM_Info>
<MemoryTrainingInfo>0</MemoryTrainingInfo>
<IntegratedSystemInfo>0</IntegratedSystemInfo>
<ASIC_ProfilingInfo>43020 = 0xA80C = 0b1010100000001100</ASIC_ProfilingInfo>
<VoltageObjectInfo>43288 = 0xA918 = 0b1010100100011000</VoltageObjectInfo>
<PowerSourceInfo>0</PowerSourceInfo>
<ServiceInfo>43578 = 0xAA3A = 0b1010101000111010</ServiceInfo>
</ATOM_DATA_TABLES>
<ATOM_FIRMWARE_INFO addr="0x9930-0x9992 len=98=0x62">
<sHeader>
<usStructureSize>108 = 0x6C = 0b1101100</usStructureSize>
<ucTableFormatRevision>2 = 0x2 = 0b10</ucTableFormatRevision>
<ucTableContentRevision>2 = 0x2 = 0b10</ucTableContentRevision>
</sHeader>
<ulFirmwareRevision>254935553 = 0xF320201 = 0b1111001100100000001000000001</ulFirmwareRevision>
<ulDefaultEngineClock_in10khz_asic_init_arg0>30000 = 0x7530 = 0b111010100110000</ulDefaultEngineClock_in10khz_asic_init_arg0>
<ulDefaultMemoryClock_in10khz_asic_init_arg1>30000 = 0x7530 = 0b111010100110000</ulDefaultMemoryClock_in10khz_asic_init_arg1>
<ulSPLL_OutputFreq_in10khz>0</ulSPLL_OutputFreq_in10khz>
<ulGPUPLL_OutputFreq_in10khz>360000 = 0x57E40 = 0b1010111111001000000</ulGPUPLL_OutputFreq_in10khz>
<ulReserved1>0</ulReserved1>
<ulReserved2>0</ulReserved2>
<ulMaxPixelClockPLL_Output_in10khz>600000 = 0x927C0 = 0b10010010011111000000</ulMaxPixelClockPLL_Output_in10khz>
<ulBinaryAlteredInfo>0</ulBinaryAlteredInfo>
<ulDefaultDispEngineClkFreq_in10khz>62610 = 0xF492 = 0b1111010010010010</ulDefaultDispEngineClkFreq_in10khz>
<ucReserved3>0</ucReserved3>
<ucMinAllowedBL_Level>0</ucMinAllowedBL_Level>
<usBootUpVDDCVoltage_in_mV>900 = 0x384 = 0b1110000100</usBootUpVDDCVoltage_in_mV>
<usLcdMinPixelClockPLL_Output_inMHz>2970 = 0xB9A = 0b101110011010</usLcdMinPixelClockPLL_Output_inMHz>
<usLcdMaxPixelClockPLL_Output_inMHz>6000 = 0x1770 = 0b1011101110000</usLcdMaxPixelClockPLL_Output_inMHz>
<ulReserved4>0</ulReserved4>
<ulMinPixelClockPLL_Output_in10khz>297000 = 0x48828 = 0b1001000100000101000</ulMinPixelClockPLL_Output_in10khz>
<ucRemoteDisplayConfig>0</ucRemoteDisplayConfig>
<ucReserved5>5-bytes text:\0\0\0\0\0</ucReserved5>
<ulReserved6>0</ulReserved6>
<ulReserved7>2621440000 = 0x9C400000 = 0b10011100010000000000000000000000</ulReserved7>
<usReserved11_usMaxPixelClockDAC_in10khz>2500 = 0x9C4 = 0b100111000100</usReserved11_usMaxPixelClockDAC_in10khz>
<usMinPixelClockPLL_Input_in10khz>10000 = 0x2710 = 0b10011100010000</usMinPixelClockPLL_Input_in10khz>
<usMaxPixelClockPLL_Input_in10khz>850 = 0x352 = 0b1101010010</usMaxPixelClockPLL_Input_in10khz>
<usBootUpVDDCIVoltage_in_mV>16414 = 0x401E = 0b100000000011110</usBootUpVDDCIVoltage_in_mV>
<usFirmwareCapability>10000 = 0x2710 = 0b10011100010000</usFirmwareCapability>
<usCoreReferenceClock_in10khz>10000 = 0x2710 = 0b10011100010000</usCoreReferenceClock_in10khz>
<usMemoryReferenceClock_in10khz>10000 = 0x2710 = 0b10011100010000</usMemoryReferenceClock_in10khz>
<usUniphyDPModeExtClkFreq_in10khz>0</usUniphyDPModeExtClkFreq_in10khz>
<ucMemoryModule_ID>0</ucMemoryModule_ID>
<ucCoolingSolution1IsLiquid>0</ucCoolingSolution1IsLiquid>
<ucProductBranding>14 = 0xE = 0b1110</ucProductBranding>
<ucReserved9>6 = 0x6 = 0b110</ucReserved9>
<usBootUpMVDDCVoltage_in_mV>0</usBootUpMVDDCVoltage_in_mV>
<usBootUpVDDGFXVoltage_in_mV>0</usBootUpVDDGFXVoltage_in_mV>
</ATOM_FIRMWARE_INFO>
<ATOM_GPIO_I2C_INFO__skept_in_forum_post/>
<ATOM_POWERPLAY_TABLE addr="0x9BB2-0x9BFF len=77=0x4D">
<sHeader>
<usStructureSize>833 = 0x341 = 0b1101000001</usStructureSize>
<ucTableFormatRevision>7 = 0x7 = 0b111</ucTableFormatRevision>
<ucTableContentRevision>1</ucTableContentRevision>
</sHeader>
<ucTableRevision>0</ucTableRevision>
<usTableSize>77 = 0x4D = 0b1001101</usTableSize>
<ulGoldenPPID>1665 = 0x681 = 0b11010000001</ulGoldenPPID>
<ulGoldenRevision>10394 = 0x289A = 0b10100010011010</ulGoldenRevision>
<usFormatID>25 = 0x19 = 0b11001</usFormatID>
<usVoltageTime>0</usVoltageTime>
<ulPlatformCaps>17203200 = 0x1068000 = 0b1000001101000000000000000</ulPlatformCaps>
<ulMaxODEngineClock>200000 = 0x30D40 = 0b110000110101000000</ulMaxODEngineClock>
<ulMaxODMemoryClock>225000 = 0x36EE8 = 0b110110111011101000</ulMaxODMemoryClock>
<usPowerControlLimit>50 = 0x32 = 0b110010</usPowerControlLimit>
<usUlvVoltageOffset>25 = 0x19 = 0b11001</usUlvVoltageOffset>
<usStateArrayOffset>77 = 0x4D = 0b1001101</usStateArrayOffset>
<usFanTableOffset>673 = 0x2A1 = 0b1010100001</usFanTableOffset>
<usThermalControllerOffset>664 = 0x298 = 0b1010011000</usThermalControllerOffset>
<usReserv>0</usReserv>
<usMclkDependencyTableOffset>437 = 0x1B5 = 0b110110101</usMclkDependencyTableOffset>
<usSclkDependencyTableOffset>315 = 0x13B = 0b100111011</usSclkDependencyTableOffset>
<usVddcLookupTableOffset>119 = 0x77 = 0b1110111</usVddcLookupTableOffset>
<usVddgfxLookupTableOffset>249 = 0xF9 = 0b11111001</usVddgfxLookupTableOffset>
<usMMDependencyTableOffset>478 = 0x1DE = 0b111011110</usMMDependencyTableOffset>
<usVCEStateTableOffset>774 = 0x306 = 0b1100000110</usVCEStateTableOffset>
<usPPMTableOffset>0</usPPMTableOffset>
<usPowerTuneTableOffset>721 = 0x2D1 = 0b1011010001</usPowerTuneTableOffset>
<usHardLimitTableOffset>0</usHardLimitTableOffset>
<usPCIETableOffset>800 = 0x320 = 0b1100100000</usPCIETableOffset>
<usGPIOTableOffset>826 = 0x33A = 0b1100111010</usGPIOTableOffset>
<usReserved>12-bytes text:L\x11\x02\0S\x07\0\0\0\0\0\0</usReserved>
</ATOM_POWERPLAY_TABLE>
<AtomVoltageTables_skept_in_forum_post/>
<AtomClockTables>
<ATOM_SCLK_TABLE_skept_in_forum_post/>
<ATOM_MCLK_TABLE addr="0x9D67-0x9D69 len=2=0x2 Name=MclkDependencyTable">
<ucRevId>0</ucRevId>
<ucNumEntries>3 = 0x3 = 0b11</ucNumEntries>
</ATOM_MCLK_TABLE>
<ATOM_MCLK_ENTRY addr="0x9D69-0x9D76 len=13=0xD">
<ucVddcInd>0</ucVddcInd>
<usVddci>800 = 0x320 = 0b1100100000</usVddci>
<usVddgfxOffset>0</usVddgfxOffset>
<usMvdd>1000 = 0x3E8 = 0b1111101000</usMvdd>
<ulMclk>30000 = 0x7530 = 0b111010100110000</ulMclk>
<usReserved>0</usReserved>
</ATOM_MCLK_ENTRY>
<ATOM_MCLK_ENTRY addr="0x9D76-0x9D83 len=13=0xD">
<ucVddcInd>8 = 0x8 = 0b1000</ucVddcInd>
<usVddci>850 = 0x352 = 0b1101010010</usVddci>
<usVddgfxOffset>0</usVddgfxOffset>
<usMvdd>1000 = 0x3E8 = 0b1111101000</usMvdd>
<ulMclk>100000 = 0x186A0 = 0b11000011010100000</ulMclk>
<usReserved>0</usReserved>
</ATOM_MCLK_ENTRY>
<ATOM_MCLK_ENTRY addr="0x9D83-0x9D90 len=13=0xD">
<ucVddcInd>11 = 0xB = 0b1011</ucVddcInd>
<usVddci>950 = 0x3B6 = 0b1110110110</usVddci>
<usVddgfxOffset>0</usVddgfxOffset>
<usMvdd>1000 = 0x3E8 = 0b1111101000</usMvdd>
<ulMclk>200000 = 0x30D40 = 0b110000110101000000</ulMclk>
<usReserved>0</usReserved>
</ATOM_MCLK_ENTRY>
</AtomClockTables>
<AtomMMDependencyTable_skept_in_forum_post/>
<ATOM_FAN_TABLE addr="0x9E53-0x9E80 len=45=0x2D">
<ucRevId>9 = 0x9 = 0b1001</ucRevId>
<ucTHyst>3 = 0x3 = 0b11</ucTHyst>
<usTMin>4000 = 0xFA0 = 0b111110100000</usTMin>
<usTMed>6500 = 0x1964 = 0b1100101100100</usTMed>
<usTHigh>8500 = 0x2134 = 0b10000100110100</usTHigh>
<usPWMMin>2000 = 0x7D0 = 0b11111010000</usPWMMin>
<usPWMMed>4000 = 0xFA0 = 0b111110100000</usPWMMed>
<usPWMHigh>6000 = 0x1770 = 0b1011101110000</usPWMHigh>
<usTMax>10900 = 0x2A94 = 0b10101010010100</usTMax>
<ucFanControlMode>1</ucFanControlMode>
<usFanPWMMax>100 = 0x64 = 0b1100100</usFanPWMMax>
<usFanOutputSensitivity>4836 = 0x12E4 = 0b1001011100100</usFanOutputSensitivity>
<usFanRPMMax>2150 = 0x866 = 0b100001100110</usFanRPMMax>
<ulMinFanSCLKAcousticLimit>90000 = 0x15F90 = 0b10101111110010000</ulMinFanSCLKAcousticLimit>
<ucTargetTemperature>70 = 0x46 = 0b1000110</ucTargetTemperature>
<ucMinimumPWMLimit>44 = 0x2C = 0b101100</ucMinimumPWMLimit>
<usFanGainEdge>150 = 0x96 = 0b10010110</usFanGainEdge>
<usFanGainHotspot>150 = 0x96 = 0b10010110</usFanGainHotspot>
<usFanGainLiquid>100 = 0x64 = 0b1100100</usFanGainLiquid>
<usFanGainVrVddc>150 = 0x96 = 0b10010110</usFanGainVrVddc>
<usFanGainVrMvdd>150 = 0x96 = 0b10010110</usFanGainVrMvdd>
<usFanGainPlx>150 = 0x96 = 0b10010110</usFanGainPlx>
<usFanGainHbm>100 = 0x64 = 0b1100100</usFanGainHbm>
<usReserved>12801 = 0x3201 = 0b11001000000001</usReserved>
</ATOM_FAN_TABLE>
<ATOM_Polaris_PowerTune_Table addr="0x9E83-0x9EB8 len=53=0x35">
<ucRevId>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</ucRevId>
<usTDP>145 = 0x91 = 0b10010001</usTDP>
<usConfigurableTDP>0</usConfigurableTDP>
<usTDC>132 = 0x84 = 0b10000100</usTDC>
<usBatteryPowerLimit>145 = 0x91 = 0b10010001</usBatteryPowerLimit>
<usSmallPowerLimit>145 = 0x91 = 0b10010001</usSmallPowerLimit>
<usLowCACLeakage>0</usLowCACLeakage>
<usHighCACLeakage>0</usHighCACLeakage>
<usMaximumPowerDeliveryLimit>145 = 0x91 = 0b10010001</usMaximumPowerDeliveryLimit>
<usTjMax>90 = 0x5A = 0b1011010</usTjMax>
<usPowerTuneDataSetID>0</usPowerTuneDataSetID>
<usEDCLimit>0</usEDCLimit>
<usSoftwareShutdownTemp>94 = 0x5E = 0b1011110</usSoftwareShutdownTemp>
<usClockStretchAmount>2 = 0x2 = 0b10</usClockStretchAmount>
<usTemperatureLimitHotspot>105 = 0x69 = 0b1101001</usTemperatureLimitHotspot>
<usTemperatureLimitLiquid1>80 = 0x50 = 0b1010000</usTemperatureLimitLiquid1>
<usTemperatureLimitLiquid2>80 = 0x50 = 0b1010000</usTemperatureLimitLiquid2>
<usTemperatureLimitVrVddc>115 = 0x73 = 0b1110011</usTemperatureLimitVrVddc>
<usTemperatureLimitVrMvdd>115 = 0x73 = 0b1110011</usTemperatureLimitVrMvdd>
<usTemperatureLimitPlx>95 = 0x5F = 0b1011111</usTemperatureLimitPlx>
<ucLiquid1_I2C_address>0</ucLiquid1_I2C_address>
<ucLiquid2_I2C_address>0</ucLiquid2_I2C_address>
<ucLiquid_I2C_Line>144 = 0x90 = 0b10010000</ucLiquid_I2C_Line>
<ucVr_I2C_address>96 = 0x60 = 0b1100000</ucVr_I2C_address>
<ucVr_I2C_Line>150 = 0x96 = 0b10010110</ucVr_I2C_Line>
<ucPlx_I2C_address>0</ucPlx_I2C_address>
<ucPlx_I2C_Line>144 = 0x90 = 0b10010000</ucPlx_I2C_Line>
<usBoostPowerLimit>0</usBoostPowerLimit>
<ucCKS_LDO_REFSEL>6 = 0x6 = 0b110</ucCKS_LDO_REFSEL>
<ucHotSpotOnly>0</ucHotSpotOnly>
<ucReserve>0</ucReserve>
<usReserve>0</usReserve>
</ATOM_Polaris_PowerTune_Table>
<AtomVideoOutTables>
<ATOM_OBJECT_HEADER_V3 addr="0x9EFA-0x9F0C len=18=0x12">
<sHeader>
<usStructureSize>350 = 0x15E = 0b101011110</usStructureSize>
<ucTableFormatRevision>1</ucTableFormatRevision>
<ucTableContentRevision>3 = 0x3 = 0b11</ucTableContentRevision>
</sHeader>
<usDeviceSupport>3720 = 0xE88 = 0b111010001000</usDeviceSupport>
<usConnectorObjectTableOffset>72 = 0x48 = 0b1001000</usConnectorObjectTableOffset>
<usRouterObjectTableOffset>0</usRouterObjectTableOffset>
<usEncoderObjectTableOffset>251 = 0xFB = 0b11111011</usEncoderObjectTableOffset>
<usProtectionObjectTableOffset>0</usProtectionObjectTableOffset>
<usDisplayPathTableOffset>18 = 0x12 = 0b10010</usDisplayPathTableOffset>
<usMiscObjectTableOffset>0</usMiscObjectTableOffset>
</ATOM_OBJECT_HEADER_V3>
<ATOM_DISPLAY_OBJECT_PATH_TABLE_skept_in_forum_post/>
<Connectors>
<ATOM_OBJECT_TABLE>
<ATOM_OBJECT_TABLE addr="0x9F42-0x9F46 len=4=0x4">
<ucNumberOfObjects>5 = 0x5 = 0b101</ucNumberOfObjects>
<ucPadding0>0</ucPadding0>
<ucPadding1>0</ucPadding1>
<ucPadding2>0</ucPadding2>
</ATOM_OBJECT_TABLE>
<ATOM_OBJECT addr="0x9F46-0x9F4E len=8=0x8">
<usObjectID>
<KindInNamespace>CONNECTOR_OBJECT_ID_DISPLAYPORT = 0x13</KindInNamespace>
<Namespace>GRAPH_OBJECT_TYPE_CONNECTOR</Namespace>
<Index>1</Index>
</usObjectID>
<usSrcDstTableOffset>116 = 0x74 = 0b1110100</usSrcDstTableOffset>
<usRecordOffset>122 = 0x7A = 0b1111010</usRecordOffset>
<usReserved>0</usReserved>
</ATOM_OBJECT>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9F74-0x9F76 len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>12 = 0xC = 0b1100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_CONNECTOR_DEVICE_TAG_RECORD_TYPE = 0x4</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 10bytes [0x9F76-9F80) values 01001002000008000000"/>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9F80-0x9F82 len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_I2C_RECORD_TYPE = 0x1</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 2bytes [0x9F82-9F84) values 9100"/>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9F84-0x9F86 len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_HPD_INT_RECORD_TYPE = 0x2</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 2bytes [0x9F86-9F88) values 0100"/>
<ATOM_OBJECT addr="0x9F4E-0x9F56 len=8=0x8">
<usObjectID>
<KindInNamespace>CONNECTOR_OBJECT_ID_DISPLAYPORT = 0x13</KindInNamespace>
<Namespace>GRAPH_OBJECT_TYPE_CONNECTOR</Namespace>
<Index>2 = 0x2 = 0b10</Index>
</usObjectID>
<usSrcDstTableOffset>143 = 0x8F = 0b10001111</usSrcDstTableOffset>
<usRecordOffset>149 = 0x95 = 0b10010101</usRecordOffset>
<usReserved>0</usReserved>
</ATOM_OBJECT>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9F8F-0x9F91 len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>12 = 0xC = 0b1100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_CONNECTOR_DEVICE_TAG_RECORD_TYPE = 0x4</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 10bytes [0x9F91-9F9B) values 01002002000080000000"/>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9F9B-0x9F9D len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_I2C_RECORD_TYPE = 0x1</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 2bytes [0x9F9D-9F9F) values 9300"/>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9F9F-0x9FA1 len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_HPD_INT_RECORD_TYPE = 0x2</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 2bytes [0x9FA1-9FA3) values 0500"/>
<ATOM_OBJECT addr="0x9F56-0x9F5E len=8=0x8">
<usObjectID>
<KindInNamespace>CONNECTOR_OBJECT_ID_HDMI_TYPE_A = 0xC</KindInNamespace>
<Namespace>GRAPH_OBJECT_TYPE_CONNECTOR</Namespace>
<Index>1</Index>
</usObjectID>
<usSrcDstTableOffset>170 = 0xAA = 0b10101010</usSrcDstTableOffset>
<usRecordOffset>176 = 0xB0 = 0b10110000</usRecordOffset>
<usReserved>0</usReserved>
</ATOM_OBJECT>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9FAA-0x9FAC len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>12 = 0xC = 0b1100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_CONNECTOR_DEVICE_TAG_RECORD_TYPE = 0x4</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 10bytes [0x9FAC-9FB6) values 01003002000000020000"/>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9FB6-0x9FB8 len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_I2C_RECORD_TYPE = 0x1</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 2bytes [0x9FB8-9FBA) values 9000"/>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9FBA-0x9FBC len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_HPD_INT_RECORD_TYPE = 0x2</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 2bytes [0x9FBC-9FBE) values 0600"/>
<ATOM_OBJECT addr="0x9F5E-0x9F66 len=8=0x8">
<usObjectID>
<KindInNamespace>CONNECTOR_OBJECT_ID_HDMI_TYPE_A = 0xC</KindInNamespace>
<Namespace>GRAPH_OBJECT_TYPE_CONNECTOR</Namespace>
<Index>2 = 0x2 = 0b10</Index>
</usObjectID>
<usSrcDstTableOffset>197 = 0xC5 = 0b11000101</usSrcDstTableOffset>
<usRecordOffset>203 = 0xCB = 0b11001011</usRecordOffset>
<usReserved>0</usReserved>
</ATOM_OBJECT>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9FC5-0x9FC7 len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>12 = 0xC = 0b1100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_CONNECTOR_DEVICE_TAG_RECORD_TYPE = 0x4</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 10bytes [0x9FC7-9FD1) values 01004002000000040000"/>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9FD1-0x9FD3 len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_I2C_RECORD_TYPE = 0x1</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 2bytes [0x9FD3-9FD5) values 9200"/>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9FD5-0x9FD7 len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_HPD_INT_RECORD_TYPE = 0x2</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 2bytes [0x9FD7-9FD9) values 0400"/>
<ATOM_OBJECT addr="0x9F66-0x9F6E len=8=0x8">
<usObjectID>
<KindInNamespace>CONNECTOR_OBJECT_ID_DUAL_LINK_DVI_D = 0x4</KindInNamespace>
<Namespace>GRAPH_OBJECT_TYPE_CONNECTOR</Namespace>
<Index>1</Index>
</usObjectID>
<usSrcDstTableOffset>224 = 0xE0 = 0b11100000</usSrcDstTableOffset>
<usRecordOffset>230 = 0xE6 = 0b11100110</usRecordOffset>
<usReserved>0</usReserved>
</ATOM_OBJECT>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9FE0-0x9FE2 len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>12 = 0xC = 0b1100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_CONNECTOR_DEVICE_TAG_RECORD_TYPE = 0x4</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 10bytes [0x9FE2-9FEC) values 01005002000000080000"/>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9FEC-0x9FEE len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_I2C_RECORD_TYPE = 0x1</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 2bytes [0x9FEE-9FF0) values 9500"/>
<ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER addr="0x9FF0-0x9FF2 len=2=0x2">
<ucRecordSize>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</ucRecordSize>
<RecordType>ATOM_HPD_INT_RECORD_TYPE = 0x2</RecordType>
</ATOM_COMMON_RECORD_HEADER>
<extra desc=" 2bytes [0x9FF2-9FF4) values 0300"/>
</ATOM_OBJECT_TABLE>
</Connectors>
<Encoders_skept_in_forum_post/>
<Routers>
<Table-not-present name="ATOM_OBJECT_TABLE"/>
</Routers>
</AtomVideoOutTables>
<AtomVRamTables_skept_in_forum_post/>
<ATOM_VOLTAGE_OBJECT_INFO_V3_1>
<ATOM_VOLTAGE_OBJECT_INFO_V3_1 addr="0xA918-0xA91C len=4=0x4">
<sHeader>
<usStructureSize>70 = 0x46 = 0b1000110</usStructureSize>
<ucTableFormatRevision>3 = 0x3 = 0b11</ucTableFormatRevision>
<ucTableContentRevision>1</ucTableContentRevision>
</sHeader>
</ATOM_VOLTAGE_OBJECT_INFO_V3_1>
<atom_voltage_object_header_v4 addr="0xA91C-0xA920 len=4=0x4">
<ucVoltageType>VOLTAGE_TYPE_VDDC_0x1</ucVoltageType>
<ucVoltageMode>VOLTAGE_OBJ_VR_I2C_INIT_SEQ_0x3</ucVoltageMode>
<usSize>18 = 0x12 = 0b10010</usSize>
</atom_voltage_object_header_v4>
<atom_i2c_voltage_object_v4_fields addr="0xA920-0xA928 len=8=0x8">
<regulator_id>8 = 0x8 = 0b1000</regulator_id>
<i2c_id>
<gpio_id>150 = 0x96 = 0b10010110</gpio_id>
<bfHW_Capable>true</bfHW_Capable>
<bfHW_EngineID>1</bfHW_EngineID>
<bfI2C_LineMux>6 = 0x6 = 0b110</bfI2C_LineMux>
<Description>150 = 0x96 = 0b10010110</Description>
</i2c_id>
<i2c_slave_addr>
<shifted_i2c_slave_addr>96 = 0x60 = 0b1100000</shifted_i2c_slave_addr>
</i2c_slave_addr>
<i2c_control_offset>0</i2c_control_offset>
<i2c_flag>0</i2c_flag>
<i2c_speed>0</i2c_speed>
<reserved_0xA>0</reserved_0xA>
<reserved_0xB>0</reserved_0xB>
</atom_i2c_voltage_object_v4_fields>
<atom_i2c_data_entry addr="0xA928-0xA92C len=4=0x4">
<i2c_reg_index>50 = 0x32 = 0b110010</i2c_reg_index>
<i2c_reg_data>204 = 0xCC = 0b11001100</i2c_reg_data>
</atom_i2c_data_entry>
<FINAL_atom_i2c_data_entry addr="0xA92C-0xA92E len=2=0x2">
<final_entry_index>255 = 0xFF = 0b11111111</final_entry_index>
</FINAL_atom_i2c_data_entry>
<atom_voltage_object_header_v4 addr="0xA92E-0xA932 len=4=0x4">
<ucVoltageType>VOLTAGE_TYPE_VDDC_0x1</ucVoltageType>
<ucVoltageMode>VOLTAGE_OBJ_SVID2_0x7</ucVoltageMode>
<usSize>12 = 0xC = 0b1100</usSize>
</atom_voltage_object_header_v4>
<atom_voltage_object_header_v4 addr="0xA93A-0xA93E len=4=0x4">
<ucVoltageType>VOLTAGE_TYPE_VDDCI_0x4</ucVoltageType>
<ucVoltageMode>VOLTAGE_OBJ_GPIO_LUT_0x0</ucVoltageMode>
<usSize>36 = 0x24 = 0b100100</usSize>
</atom_voltage_object_header_v4>
<atom_gpio_voltage_object_v4_fields addr="0xA93E-0xA946 len=8=0x8">
<gpio_control_id>0</gpio_control_id>
<gpio_entry_num>4 = 0x4 = 0b100</gpio_entry_num>
<phase_delay_us>0</phase_delay_us>
<reserved>0</reserved>
<gpio_mask_val>1081346 = 0x108002 = 0b100001000000000000010</gpio_mask_val>
</atom_gpio_voltage_object_v4_fields>
<atom_voltage_gpio_map_lut addr="0xA946-0xA94C len=6=0x6">
<voltage_gpio_reg_val>0</voltage_gpio_reg_val>
<voltage_level_mv>800 = 0x320 = 0b1100100000</voltage_level_mv>
</atom_voltage_gpio_map_lut>
<atom_voltage_gpio_map_lut addr="0xA94C-0xA952 len=6=0x6">
<voltage_gpio_reg_val>1048576 = 0x100000 = 0b100000000000000000000</voltage_gpio_reg_val>
<voltage_level_mv>850 = 0x352 = 0b1101010010</voltage_level_mv>
</atom_voltage_gpio_map_lut>
<atom_voltage_gpio_map_lut addr="0xA952-0xA958 len=6=0x6">
<voltage_gpio_reg_val>2 = 0x2 = 0b10</voltage_gpio_reg_val>
<voltage_level_mv>900 = 0x384 = 0b1110000100</voltage_level_mv>
</atom_voltage_gpio_map_lut>
<atom_voltage_gpio_map_lut addr="0xA958-0xA95E len=6=0x6">
<voltage_gpio_reg_val>32768 = 0x8000 = 0b1000000000000000</voltage_gpio_reg_val>
<voltage_level_mv>950 = 0x3B6 = 0b1110110110</voltage_level_mv>
</atom_voltage_gpio_map_lut>
</ATOM_VOLTAGE_OBJECT_INFO_V3_1>
</AtomMasterDataTables>
<AtomMasterCommands>
<CMDS-NOT-IMPLEMENTED>
<EnableCRTCMemReq tbindex="6"/>
<DVOEncoderControl tbindex="8"/>
<DAC_LoadDetection tbindex="21"/>
<LVTMAEncoderControl tbindex="22"/>
<HW_Misc_Operation tbindex="23"/>
<DAC1EncoderControl tbindex="24"/>
<DAC2EncoderControl tbindex="25"/>
<DVOOutputControl tbindex="26"/>
<GetConditionalGoldenSetting tbindex="28"/>
<SMC_Init tbindex="29"/>
<Gfx_Harvesting tbindex="32"/>
<GetPixelClock tbindex="36"/>
<SetCRTC_Timing tbindex="39"/>
<ExternalEncoderControl tbindex="50"/>
<TMDSAOutputControl tbindex="66"/>
<DAC1OutputControl tbindex="68"/>
<ComputeMemoryClockParam tbindex="70"/>
<GetDispObjectInfo tbindex="73"/>
<DIG1EncoderControl tbindex="74"/>
<DIG2EncoderControl tbindex="75"/>
</CMDS-NOT-IMPLEMENTED>
<ASIC_Init tbindex=" 0" header="0xAA90" code=" 143bytes [0xAA96-AB25) values 020102005247520202650207520D..02010EE50208520B0D65D005025B" format_content_rev="1.2" work_stack_in_4bytes="0" params_stack_in_1bytes="8"/>
<GetDisplaySurfaceSizetbindex=" 1" header="0xAB26" code=" 81bytes [0xAB2C-AB7D) values 37000052140208000D1A3208000B..2D08405C1B020A0141028A01405B" format_content_rev="1.2" work_stack_in_4bytes="0" params_stack_in_1bytes="0"/>
<ASIC_RegistersInit_For_ASIC_Init tbindex=" 2" header="0xAB7E" code=" 177bytes [0xAB84-AC35) values 37000001050E0002004001370300..159CA40D200105EA15209587005B" format_content_rev="1.1" work_stack_in_4bytes="4" params_stack_in_1bytes="0"/>
<MemoryControllerInit_For_ASIC_Init tbindex=" 5" header="0xAC36" code=" 269bytes [0xAC3C-AD49) values 3700000301000054202415012500..FC521E5C22800A0300520752485B" format_content_rev="1.1" work_stack_in_4bytes="4" params_stack_in_1bytes="0"/>
<GPIOPinControl tbindex=" 9" header="0xAD4A" code=" 249bytes [0xAD50-AE49) values 370000660C030C4100002D0A4142..4543FA000D020100445B5520005B" format_content_rev="2.1" work_stack_in_4bytes="0" params_stack_in_1bytes="4"/>
<SetEngineClock tbindex="10" header="0xAE4A" code=" 422bytes [0xAE50-AFF6) values 3700004BE5000844230001058200..50C0140350C0280350C02C0350C0" format_content_rev="1.2" work_stack_in_4bytes="20" params_stack_in_1bytes="0"/>
<SetMemoryClock tbindex="11" header="0xAFF6" code=" 284bytes [0xAFFC-B118) values 3700005C252B08F8015420241507..EB090107252B08F80D252415035B" format_content_rev="2.1" work_stack_in_4bytes="12" params_stack_in_1bytes="4"/>
<SetPixelClock tbindex="12" header="0xB118" code="1221bytes [0xB11E-B5E3) values 3700003D2501FF4495043D250119..640024833200A3761900A3760C00" format_content_rev="1.7" work_stack_in_4bytes="8" params_stack_in_1bytes="8"/>
<EnableDispPowerGating_For_ASIC_Init tbindex="13" header="0xB5E4" code=" 385bytes [0xB5EA-B76B) values 3700003D65000744BC0056004020..4C0D41020044B7000DA5C905045B" format_content_rev="2.1" work_stack_in_4bytes="0" params_stack_in_1bytes="0"/>
<ResetMemoryDLL tbindex="14" header="0xB76C" code=" 1bytes [0xB772-B773) values 5B" format_content_rev="1.1" work_stack_in_4bytes="0" params_stack_in_1bytes="0"/>
<others_skept_in_forum_post>
</AtomMasterCommands>
<EfiGopPart>
<EFI_PCI_EXPANSION_ROM_HEADER addr="0xE800-0xE81C len=28=0x1C">
<Signature55>85 = 0x55 = 0b1010101</Signature55>
<SignatureAA>170 = 0xAA = 0b10101010</SignatureAA>
<Bit16Length_in_512bytes>114 = 0x72 = 0b1110010</Bit16Length_in_512bytes>
<EfiSignature_0x00000EF1>3825 = 0xEF1 = 0b111011110001</EfiSignature_0x00000EF1>
<EfiSubsystem_0x000B_IMAGE_SUBSYSTEM_EFI_BOOT_SERVICE_DRIVER>11 = 0xB = 0b1011</EfiSubsystem_0x000B_IMAGE_SUBSYSTEM_EFI_BOOT_SERVICE_DRIVER>
<EfiMachineType_0x8664_IMAGE_FILE_MACHINE_X64>34404 = 0x8664 = 0b1000011001100100</EfiMachineType_0x8664_IMAGE_FILE_MACHINE_X64>
<EfiCompressionType_1_for_EFI_compression>1</EfiCompressionType_1_for_EFI_compression>
<reserved_efi>8-bytes text:\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0</reserved_efi>
<CompressableEfiImageHeaderOffset>88 = 0x58 = 0b1011000</CompressableEfiImageHeaderOffset>
<PCIRHeaderOffset>28 = 0x1C = 0b11100</PCIRHeaderOffset>
<PnPHeaderOffset>0</PnPHeaderOffset>
<ComputedOffsetToNextHeader>0xE400</ComputedOffsetToNextHeader>
</EFI_PCI_EXPANSION_ROM_HEADER>
<PCIR_2_3_DATA_STRUCTURE addr="0xE81C-0xE840 len=36=0x24">
<Signature_PCIR>4-bytes text:PCIR</Signature_PCIR>
<usVendorID>4098 = 0x1002 = 0b1000000000010</usVendorID>
<usDeviceID>26591 = 0x67DF = 0b110011111011111</usDeviceID>
<DeviceListOffset>0</DeviceListOffset>
<HeaderLength>24 = 0x18 = 0b11000</HeaderLength>
<Revision>0</Revision>
<ClassCode_VGA_Controller_is_003>3-bytes text:\0\0\x03</ClassCode_VGA_Controller_is_003>
<ImageLength_in_512bytes>114 = 0x72 = 0b1110010</ImageLength_in_512bytes>
<CodeRevision>0</CodeRevision>
<CodeType_PC_Compatible_is_0__UEFI_is_3>3 = 0x3 = 0b11</CodeType_PC_Compatible_is_0__UEFI_is_3>
<Indicator_last_is_0x80>128 = 0x80 = 0b10000000</Indicator_last_is_0x80>
<MaxRuntimeImageLength>0</MaxRuntimeImageLength>
<SomeTextWithAMD>12-bytes text:GOP AMD REV:</SomeTextWithAMD>
</PCIR_2_3_DATA_STRUCTURE>
<MostlyText info=" 24bytes [0xE840-E858) values 20782E782E782E782E780078787878007878787800000000" as_text=" x.x.x.x.x\0xxxx\0xxxx\0\0\0\0"/>
<EFI_COMPRESSED_FORMAT_HEADER addr="0xE858-0xE860 len=8=0x8">
<CompressedLengthAfterHeader>57898 = 0xE22A = 0b1110001000101010</CompressedLengthAfterHeader>
<DeCompressedLength>105272 = 0x19B38 = 0b11001101100111000</DeCompressedLength>
</EFI_COMPRESSED_FORMAT_HEADER>
<FromLastToSectionEnd info=" 374bytes [0x1CA8A-1CC00) values FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF..FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF" FF_count="374" NonFF_count="0"/>
</EfiGopPart>
</root-of-option-rom-dump>
</pre>
 
 




To distinguish the role of a program from other PolarisBiosEditor forks the "xml" is added in a version. It is named 1.7xml.
The source and .Net binary (windows + linux/mono) are avaiable at github:

https://github.com/galkinvv/PolarisBiosEditor-xml

I'm not going to discuss issues, but maybe will accept Merge Requests. Feel free to fork!

The only GUI addition is displaying more columns for VDDCI (only displayed in GUI, no editing enabled)


P.S. There is mining-related Ad link in app (just a link). It was added before me, I've just kept it paying respect to previous author. I'm not affiliated with it in any way.

#172 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by bigguygeo 30.07.2021 12:25

Thank you! Your xml version is really incredible and useful for builds! Thank you for it!

Can you explain how to save xml to file? Because I cannot find any other option then copy paste from command line...

#173 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by galkinvv 30.07.2021 18:20

To redirect xml to file:
* Open cmd in a folder with PolarisBiosEditor.exe
* start application with a redirection to a file via >
like

1
 
PolarisBiosEditor.exe path\to\input-file.rom > outfile.xml
 


* close gui window to finish application and finalize/flush file writing.

Opening more than one file with redirection woudl lead to catting several xmls from different VBios in same file. This is possible, but don't look useful

#174 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by galkinvv 30.07.2021 20:31

bigguygeo, I haven't enough posts on this forum to anwser your PM. The PM feature is still locked for me.
Please mail me on galkin-vv@yandex.ru (I failed to find your email).

After posting this message the PM feature enabled - see anwser)))

#175 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by TheVic1600 31.07.2021 00:59

Zitat von ket im Beitrag #125
Updated the guide with some new info. In short at least for Samsung memory if you keep getting EDCs you can't iron out TCCDL is most likely the culprit, this value is incorrectly set by default, it should be 4 not 3, but with Samsung memory being the obstinate oddball on Polaris a setting of 4 might not be enough, setting it to 5 or 6 should clean things up and allow for higher OCs with no notable impact on performance. @TheVic1600 you have Samsung memory on yopur card if I recall correctly right?


Returned to this thread after a while. And yes, my TCCDL is currently 4 and I have Samsung memory. Will try 6 and will also try your previous suggestion to loosen either TRCDW/TRCDWA(16 to 17) or TRCDR/TRCDRA(26 to 27). Already have TRP_RDA at 27. Very happy with the mod still, tho I've had to come up with a 'summer fan config' as I began seeing artefacts in some games in June when the weather became hot enough here. The card sounds like a jet engine while gaming again, but it is completely stable and error-free. Maybe loosening TCCDL will allow me to use the quiet fan config again, or maybe aim for 2100mhz(currently at 2050).

#176 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by ket 06.08.2021 00:24

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@TheVic1600 it will depend on what type of artifacting you are getting, if its core artifacts the only thing you can do it back down the core clock and voltage, if it is memory artifacts then loosening a few key timings a bit should see you right again or you could make those cooler mods I suggested so the memory is much more effectively cooled which would likely also cure your artifacts if they are indeed memory ones.

#177 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by TheVic1600 19.08.2021 13:01

I first put TCCDL to 5 and didn't notice any performance impact. Didn't have any memory errors either. But yesterday while playing Days Gone, I began noticing green dots in some parts of the game and HWiNFO reported about 30 memory errors. So today I also loosened TRCDW and TRCDWA to 17, which completely got rid of the issue. Managed to play 3h today without any artifacting and without any errors. I noticed the game uses almost 6GB of VRAM, more than anything I've played before, which might explain why it artifacted when other games didn't. I'm not going to try to push the GPU/memory any further as I'm pretty sure I'm right on the limit with it.

#178 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by ramyr0 24.08.2021 14:05

Hey guys!
While searching for information on my Rx 570, I stumbled on thread and thank love that i did it!
I've seen @ket and @TheVic1600 test configs and memory timings, and this is what i needed to read.
I'm new here in the forum so cant post images and stuff, but i would like to tell my story and see if you guys could help me. I'll re-read the thread this week and to try to trim the timings on the weekend.
I just bought a used ASUS RX 570 Expedition 4GB, and it got hot. So i decided to learn about radeon software and see what it could do to me, and i was happy to see the Wattman adjust settings. Tried to fiddle with some specs and found something that i was not expecting. My card is now at 1420Mhz @ 1080mv on the last stage and memory is at 1750Mhz @ 850mv, power is +50%, and the fan curve gets aggressive after 60C. Was not really believing the core stability and thought that ive hitted the famous silicon lottery there. I decided to play with Vram frequency to see what i could get, and on Wattman i could not use 2000Mhz without getting errors on HWinfo, decided to leave ate 1900Mhz and was stable until last night, when I've faced myself on a black screen. I was really frustrated that i could not see or mess with the timings on my VRAM over wattman, and could not see what I was doing wrong, since i did see some performance gains from going from 1750Mhz to 1900Mhz, but mostly on the benchmark that i've been using, which is the Superposition.
I am going to use this GPU to play and record, but was wanting it to hit the bandwidth speed that is expected of 220Gbps, while it's now doing 160Gbps on 1750Mhz @ 850 mv on the VRAM.

Do you guys have any suggestions or ideas to help me? Do you guys think i can reach those bandwidth speeds? Could the undervolt be stressing the card?
Anyway, this was a awesome read, and thanks for the following attention. I'll be back during the week. You all have a nice one!

#179 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by TheVic1600 25.08.2021 22:28

Hi @ramyr0

If you look here you can see that your RX570 has Elpida VRAM. Sadly, that's really not going to overclock well as it's the worst sort of memory you can get on any graphics card. The VRAM chips on your card are the Elpida EDW4032BABG. Here you can see they are rated for 1.75ghz=1750mhz, which is the stock VRAM frequency on the RX570. Sadly you will not be able to get these chips to 2000mhz. Even 1850-1900mhz will probably be hard to achieve. Your best bet is probably staying at 1750mhz and tightening the timings.

As for overclocking the GPU Core, run GPU-Z and look for ASIC Quality value in the Advanced tab. The higher the ASIC Quality, the more you'll be able to undervolt or overclock your GPU. For reference, my RX570 has an ASIC Quality of 72.3% and I'm at 1350mhz @ 1068mv. Your card at 1420 @ 1080mv should have an ASIC Quality higher than mine if it really is stable. I remember I could push my RX570 to 1400mhz with MSI Afterburner and play Wreckfest with it, but it would crash in a lot of other games.

Also, what you're seeing as 850mv is not the VRAM Voltage but the IMC(Integrated Memory Controller) Voltage, which is also around 800-900mv on my card. The VRAM Voltage can't be changed on these cards and you don't need to change it anyway.

Because your card doesn't have 2 BIOS chips, I recommend following this guide so you can blindly un-brick the card in case you need to after a BIOS flash. It's important that you have a way to un-brick the card before you start modifying the BIOS. That guide may be for the RX5600XT and Navi GPUs but it works in pretty much the same way for Polaris.

#180 RE: [Guide] How Do I? : Modify a Polaris (Radeon RX Series) GPU. by ket 07.09.2021 16:32

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Zitat von ramyr0 im Beitrag #178
Hey guys!
While searching for information on my Rx 570, I stumbled on thread and thank love that i did it!
I've seen @ket and @TheVic1600 test configs and memory timings, and this is what i needed to read.
I'm new here in the forum so cant post images and stuff, but i would like to tell my story and see if you guys could help me. I'll re-read the thread this week and to try to trim the timings on the weekend.
I just bought a used ASUS RX 570 Expedition 4GB, and it got hot. So i decided to learn about radeon software and see what it could do to me, and i was happy to see the Wattman adjust settings. Tried to fiddle with some specs and found something that i was not expecting. My card is now at 1420Mhz @ 1080mv on the last stage and memory is at 1750Mhz @ 850mv, power is +50%, and the fan curve gets aggressive after 60C. Was not really believing the core stability and thought that ive hitted the famous silicon lottery there. I decided to play with Vram frequency to see what i could get, and on Wattman i could not use 2000Mhz without getting errors on HWinfo, decided to leave ate 1900Mhz and was stable until last night, when I've faced myself on a black screen. I was really frustrated that i could not see or mess with the timings on my VRAM over wattman, and could not see what I was doing wrong, since i did see some performance gains from going from 1750Mhz to 1900Mhz, but mostly on the benchmark that i've been using, which is the Superposition.
I am going to use this GPU to play and record, but was wanting it to hit the bandwidth speed that is expected of 220Gbps, while it's now doing 160Gbps on 1750Mhz @ 850 mv on the VRAM.

Do you guys have any suggestions or ideas to help me? Do you guys think i can reach those bandwidth speeds? Could the undervolt be stressing the card?
Anyway, this was a awesome read, and thanks for the following attention. I'll be back during the week. You all have a nice one!


Upload a copy of your vbios to something like mega and post a link, I can then make a bunch of changes for a baseline configuration of sorts for you to work from. Unless you're playing with some things using a hex editor you really don't need to worry about bricking your card as even if you use a "bad" memory strap that strap is only used at the defined memory frequency and as we only need to adjust the last few straps for the highest frequencies its not something thats a problem when flashing the card from a DOS prompt or Windoze flasher. Elpida memory blows so don't even try OCing it by far the best way forward there is to stick with stock frequency and optimise the memory timings. 1.4GHz or so for the GPU core is pretty average for an RX570/580 I wouldn't recommend pushing for higher as you'll likely only gain another 30-50MHz and need a lot more voltage to do it, the small increase in performance absolutely wouldn't be worth it considering you'd be throwing power efficiency out the window and generating a lot more heat. As the card is second hand I would absolutely recommend giving the card and HS a thorough clean and applying new TIM and thermal pads, higher conductivity ratings are obviously better but you don't need insanely high spec stuff to maximise thermals, something around 8w/m-K for the paste and 6w for the thermal pads will be fine.

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