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This can be a risky procedure, and you can damage your cards (bricked gpu) if not done properly.We take no responsibility for your use of this information. Keep in mind this will probably void your warranty, and if you RMA be sure to put the original bios in place. For the last generation of AMD cards, please see info from here for Hawaii chips, and Tonga chips. The best resources and forum on this subject is without a doubt the website. If you have a bios switch, place it to the second position, usually towards the ports on the back of the card.You can not re-program it so need to prepare a new ROM for programming.) (3) Use a ROM-programmer to load in Si S6326 BIOS then program it into the BIOS-ROM prepared in step (2).(4) Put the new programmed ROM back to the VGA card.This is a basic guide, see the above links to actually understand what you are doing. You can only edit your bios with Polaris Bios Editor if its Hynix or Samsung memory. Do not flash a reference bios on an aftermarket card, this will not end well.Some experienced miners have uploaded their own bios for everyone to use. Make sure you have the exact model the bios is made for, with the same memory type: hynix, elpida or samsung. For those with 470 Sapphire Nitro 4g and Elpida memory, and those with the 4gb 480 Elpida Sapphire Nitro, follow the links.If you use them please donate a little to show your appreciation. If your card is unstable, try copying only the straps for 1625 and over, or 1750 and over (especially if you have samsung memory. Don’t forget to set memory at 2000 for example in MSI afterburner, then reboot the rig. Check your HW errors/incorrect shares – if you have some – reduce memory clock. You can also check out Anoraks VBIOS Collection here.For those with older cards this method will not work.

Consult your Motherboard Manual Before Making Changes Editing the system BIOS and motherboard settings improperly can result in system failure.

It is important to keep the components on your motherboard in good working order, not just for playing games but for general system performance.

The best way to accomplish this is to keep your motherboard's BIOS and chipset drivers up to date.

: Forth PCIe Slot So if you have 4 Cards you will have to enter those commands (No need to reboot between each flash, but very important to reboot at the end of the last flashed card) atiwinflash -f -p 0 7970atiwinflash -f -p 1 7970atiwinflash -f -p 2 7970atiwinflash -f -p 3 7970If you are flashing BIOS #1, you need to put the BIOS switch at #1. Lets say your borked your BIOS flashing and the BIOS #1 is now corrupted and you can't boot into windows using that BIOS -Turn Off PC -Put the swtich back to BIOS #2 -You restart PC running "Locked" BIOS (#2) -Under Windows: You flip the GPU Bios switch back to #1 -Proceed to a normal flashing of the BIOS -BIOS#1 is now repaired Bookmarked and repped. Are there any BIOS for 7970 that allow you to increase voltage above 1.3?

Does anybody have any recommendations for different ones to try?

Sometimes, it is possible to get it improved but it is pretty rare. A: If the applied BIOS can not match the character of your VGA card, you would encounter display problem. Therefore, it is suggested to keep one copy of the old BIOS when you plan to do it.