I'm in search of stock ASUS DUAL-RX480-4G bios or voltage values

ponyportal2

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I bought used ASUS DUAL-RX480-4G, but bios is flashed to the oc version(DUAL-RX480-O4G), and it's not operating properly, probably because voltages or clocks are higher than it capable of. And I can't find what voltages this original card uses(memory and core). My bios now has 1.150v core and 1.0v memory voltages.
 

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Your card suppose to run at 1266 MHz / 1750 MHz.

If you wish to restore the orginial BIOS, first check which memory chips are used.

Samsung

Hynix

Elpida

Use flash instructions from this thread.
 
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ponyportal2

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Your card suppose to run at 1266 MHz / 1750 MHz.

If you wish to restore the orginial BIOS, first check which memory chips are used.

Samsung

Hynix

Elpida

Use flash instructions from this thread.
Thank you! I flashed hynix version, though it didnt' help with crashes and instability, I guess I'll have to try old drivers with compatibility option, maybe power draw issues (I have corsair cx500 and i7 4770k with asus motherboard).

Thank you for your help! :)
 

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Try older drivers after a cleanup with DDU.

Recent Corsair PSUs are known to cause trouble after some time. Try another PSU or PC.

Clean the graphic card with isopropyl alcohol and cotton swabs. Especially the GPU area, memory chips and PCIe pins.

When you're done, reapply thermal paste on the GPU, remount the heatsink, plug it back in.
 
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And if none of that works, try underclocking, starting with the memory, then the core too, if needed. If a significant underclock of both does not result in stability either, the card is too damaged, most likely the ram.
 

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