Important! After flashing the cards, you need to reinstall the drivers using DDU.
– Built-in timings from the developer – Quick and easy copying of timings – Timing editor – Unlocking additional RX460 shaders – Default GPU and MEM frequency editor – Voltage editor GPU – Other useful features
How to use SRBPolaris
Step 1 – Download the program
Official sources for download only: GitHub and the forum of the author of the program – BitcoinTalk.
Step 2 – Configure the program
Open the BIOS file of your video card.
Step 3 – Start flashing Bios
You have now successfully completely modified your Polaris graphics card and reduced the voltage.
– Removed donation – Added support for a few more cards – This is the latest version, happy use
– Added power control limit – Added mode selection for fan – Med-High temp and PWM are now editable – Added fan sensitivity and maximum limit – Bug fixes
– Added support for RX550 maps. – Minor bug fixes
– Added support for bios with 3 types of memory – Added more options in the VDDCI drop-down list
– Added option to set `Vddc state flag` (state pointer), in some cases changing this value can help you change voltage – Added support for several more cards
– Unlocking additional RX460 shaders – Added support for Sapphire RX460 2G and 4G cards – Added support for Sapphire RX560 2G and 4G cards
– Added support for PowerColor RX460 2G – Fixed bug with changing pointer VDDC
– Added support for PowerColor RX560 4G – Added support for Xfx RX560 4G – Added support for Msi RX560 4G
– Added support for a few more cards – Added some tips for manipulating voltage
– More efficient way to find vddc pointer – Fixed bug when editing vddc
– Added support for RX 460/560 Baffin cards – Added support for NCP81022 VRM – In addition, added support for multiple 4XX / 5XX cards
– Editable parameters: VendorID, DeviceID and VendorID Subsystem – Added “Low Power” option for Powertune – Added “Number of Clock Stretchers” option for Powertune
– Added support for ASUS Expedition RX570 – Added support for XFX RX580 GTR – Added more options for VDDC dropdown menu
– Fixed some bugs – Added more VDDCI voltages before voltage modification type
– Added support for ASUS RX470 8G – Added support for XFX RX580 8G – And also added support for SAPPHIRE PULSE RX580 4G
– Now added support for SAPPHIRE PULSE ITX RX 570 4G – Added support for MSI RX570 ARMOR 4G OC – Added support for HIS RX570 4G – Changed manufacturer detection code
– Added support for Sapphire RX570 4G Pulse – Added support for MSI RX570 ARMOR 4G OC – And also added length (in bits) displayed next to each field in the feed editor
– Added memory timing editor (BETA) – Added support for Asus RX570 4GB cards
– Added support for XFX RX570 4GB cards – Added support for editing unknown BIOS files (except def.frequencies and voltage)
– Added two types of modification for voltage change
– Added experimental support for RX5XX cards – Added option to set target temperature
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