Why download SRBPolaris Bios Editor

If you decide to lower the voltage of your video card or make an additional adjustment to the vdroop parameter, you need to do one more thing and that is to change the offset (offset). The easiest way to do this is to use the SRB Polaris v3.5, load the firmware image into it, and click the Voltages tab.

SRBPolaris version 3.3 info

How to use SRB Polaris

In the lower left corner you will see a drop down box where you can select an offset. After choosing, just save the image of your BIOS. Be aware that SRB Polaris has the ability to automatically interfere with video card speed and voltage, especially with modified firmware images, to do this, save a copy of your firmware and compare them with PBE to “edit” anything SRB Polaris messed up.

SRBPolaris frequencies

SRBPolaris is a program designed to edit bios on AMD cards. Supports graphics cards: RX460, RX470, RX480, RX560, RX570, RX580

– Removed donation
– Added support for more maps
– This is the latest version, happy use

– Added power control limit
– Added fan mode selection
– Med-High temp and PWM are now editable
– Added fan sensitivity and max limit
– Error correction

– Added support for RX550 cards
– Minor bug fixes

– Added support for bios with 3 types of memory
– Added more options in the VDDCI dropdown

– Added option to set Vddc state flag (status indicator), in some cases changing this value can help you change the voltage
– Added support for more maps

– Unlock 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 VDDC pointer

– Added support for PowerColor RX560 4G
– Added support for Xfx RX560 4G
– Added support for Msi RX560 4G

– Added support for more maps
– Added some voltage manipulation tips

– A more efficient way to find the vddc pointer
– Fixed bug when editing vddc

– Added support for RX 460/560 Baffin cards
– Added support for NCP81022 VRM
– Added support for multiple 4XX/5XX cards

– Editable parameters: VendorID, DeviceID and VendorID Subsystem
– Added “Low Power” option for Powertune
– Added “Number of watch stretches” 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 to voltage modification type

– Added support for ASUS RX470 8G
– Added support for XFX RX580 8G
– 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 the 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 to change the voltage

– Added experimental support for RX5XX cards
– Added option to set target temperature

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