XFX released the new XTXH 6900XT, is it possible to flash the bios to my toxic extreme 6900XT?
Have you tried unlocking the power limit with morepowertool? I would do that instead of flashing the bios.ID: hhz4mbs
Nope, I didn’t try it.ID: hi0c77h
It’s pretty easy.
You can't flash bioses across different board partners. Why would you want to do it anyway? Doesn't the toxic extreme have the unlocked(4000mhz limit) chip as well?ID: hhz2fiz
cuz my toxic is like a trash anyway. I can‘t even boost to 2.7Ghz sadly.ID: hhz2lec
A different vbios won't make your chip clock higherID: hhz3gdp
With the Toxic Boost Mode enabled?ID: hi1dxjf
Maybe it's your system configuration + temperatures holding the boost back and not the bios issueID: hi04c3y
Mine consistently hits 2.7. Return yours if it doesn’t.
Why simply not use morepowertool?ID: hhzfcbk
This will not work unfortunately, all non-XTXH cards have hardware locks on their maximum GPU operating voltages, so who says impossible to increase the maximum GPU voltage says not possible to overclock the GPU a little more, at the same time. limit in MPT the only thing that can be done is to increase the maximum amperage value for the GPU (TDC Limits for GFX) and also increase the value of Power Limit stock, this allows to boost higher and longer (but in return the card will heat up more), that's what I did on my RX 6800 XT (Gigabyte Gaming OC model): I set my GPU TDC Limit which was 300 Amps by default to 350 Amps and I modified my Power Limit which from 254 Watts stock to 289 Watts which allows to authorize a maximum consumption of 332 Watts when I set my Power Limit in the AMD drivers to +15%.ID: hhzfiv9
I see man. You learn something new everyday lolID: hhzgkkx/comments/qervmb/working_voltage_unlock_with_more_power_tool_and/" class="reddit-press-link" target="_blank" rel="noopener">https://www.reddit.com/ /comments/qervmb/working_voltage_unlock_with_more_power_tool_and/
This may not be true anymore..
Why would you want to do that?
The Toxic Extreme is the highest pre binned GPU on the market with a guaranteed boost of >2700 Mhz via Trixx software.
There's no reason to flash it with any other bios.
If you want to increase limits use MPT.
Anyway, to answer your question, yes you can do it, via Linux or an hardware flasher directly on the bios chip.
thanks mate, I would try the MPT now.
My 6900xt eats a nice 380w during timespy benchmark. MPT works well.
What settings you run on the TE in Rad Soft?