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Download area: New version of MorePowerTool (MPT) and final release of RedBIOSEditor (RBE)

I have combined the download sections into one page and instead link to the older articles with the tutorials in the software table. The download as such is only available on this page in a summarised form.

Preliminary note and introduction

Since AMD massively restricted the use of the SoftPowerPlayTables and thus indirectly also the MorePowerTool with the Adrenalin drivers from 2020, the community mourns the former overclocking or undervolting bonus, which at least made the Navi cards like a Radeon RX 5700 (XT) a bit more interesting or efficient and was gladly taken as a free bonus. Unfortunately, this has been the end since Adrenalin 2020, at least temporarily. But the community around the Red BIOS Rebellion Team has taken up this challenge.

The result is the RBE (Red BIOS Editor) and so my thanks go especially to the whole R.B.R.T. and all the active community members who have tested and reported bugs in advance over days and weeks. The current, first version of the new tool will directly allow to change, adjust and save the BIOS entries of the Radeon RX 5700 (XT) analog to the MPT (More Power Tool). However, there are still restrictions on the models at the moment and we also assume that everyone reads the disclaimer and the preliminary remarks carefully first, because what can be realized with this tool clearly exceeds the possibilities of the Wattman and other tools.

Currently, the MPT (MorePowerTool) works with all current Navi maps, whereby the SPPT (SoftPowerPlayTables) stored in the registry are extremely slowed down or artificially limited by the drivers. The current version of the RBE (Red BIOS Editor) allows to write the entire modifilations of the MPT directly into the BIOS of the RX 5700, 5700 XT(X) as well as RX 5600 XT and to output this BIOS then also as flashable file. However, currently only one customized version of the ATI flash tool allows to write at least the BIOSes created this way to the RX 5700 and RX 5700 XT(X), while there is currently no suitable software for the RX 5600 XT. If someone from the community would like to contribute and / or has the suitable software, they are welcome to contact the editorial team. We will of course document all progress and enhancements as usual and also update the article.

With the MoreClockTool (MCT), we now want to logically round off the MorePowerTool (MPT) and the Red BIOS Editor (RBE) upwards and replace the Wattman from AMD’s driver packages for simple overclocking. Which also makes it clear that the MCT can only be used for newer AMD graphics cards. Even if our software seems rather manageable at first glance: all necessary functions are still on board, but you can do without the complete overhead as long as you don’t really need it. With this, Hellm as the author of this tool followed the community’s wish for a small, lightweight program that directly builds on AMD’s libraries, logically complements the MorePowerTool and in some respects is even much more user-friendly, because many long ways can be shortened (and also modified).

DISCLAIMER – BE SURE TO READ!

  1. All procedures described in the following represent a massive intervention in the regulation of the graphics card as well as its software (BIOS)! The use of the RBE, the MPT and the MCT is exclusively at your own risk and in complete personal responsibility and may only be done by experienced users for pure evaluation purposes! Only those who agree to the following conditions may download this software.
  2. The publication igor’sLAB is not the author or commercial distributor of this software and therefore cannot assume any liability for the software, its use and the possible consequences of improper use. This also applies to possible program incompatibilities or data loss.
  3. Whoever uses these tools, such as the RBE or the MPT, fully agrees to these conditions already during the download and waives any claims resulting from the consequences of the use.
  4. A permanent operation of the components with values not intended by the manufacturer can lead to irreparable damage! The protective functions (shutdown limits) are all still enabled, which minimizes the risk somewhat, but components, such as the GPU, SOC, memory or voltage converters can still suffer unforeseen damage, of course!
  5. The software linked here in the article is a purely experimental intervention in the system and not intended for 24/7 use in productive systems with all settings!
  6. The higher voltages that are now possible are possibly capable of damaging or destroying the hardware modified in this way in the short or long term.
  7. The software accesses settings of service or third party programs, especially those of the AMD Wattman. This data may be copyrighted materials of their authors.
  8. For legal reasons, we cannot and are not allowed to offer the Flash software needed to flash the individualized experimental BIOSes created in this way for direct download, but we do offer links to versions that have been reported to us by the community as suitable. But again, we cannot take any responsibility for the content of third parties. If you download and use these programs, you do so at your own risk and within the limits of the restrictions mentioned at the beginning.

 

If you agree with all points of the disclaimer, you will find tutorials and the most important steps as an explanation in addition to the downloads. Due to the complexity of the matter and the very individual characteristics of each graphics card (chip quality, model series, cooling), we will intentionally not publish any generally valid settings, but leave it to the community in the forum. This way, we also prevent inexperienced users from possibly embarking on an adventure, the outcome of which they cannot estimate at all due to a lack of previous knowledge.

Compatibility list

  RED BIOS Editor MorePowerTool MoreClockTool
GCN 4 (Polaris) X X
GCN 5 (Vega 10) X X X
GCN 5 (Vega 20) X X(✓?)
RDNA 1 (Navi 1x) X(✓)
RDNA 2 (Navi 2x) X
RDNA 3 (Navi 3x) X X

Downloads

We have deliberately removed all previous beta versions, because some versions have been linked to third party sites without our permission and still contain bugs without this being obvious to the end user. This also contributes to the security of every user and we therefore ask for your understanding. This also applies to all the changelogs, which in the end have become completely obsolete with the current, final versions.

Whoever downloads and uses the software linked here automatically accepts the terms of use (“Disclaimer”) listed above! Should an error message occur when downloading or starting our installation programs for the MPT or the RBE, such as messages from inappropriate antivirus software, which our official and licensed installation programs with online downloader recognize as malware, this can be safely ignored. If in doubt, briefly disable the AV software during installation.

MorePowerTool (MPT) 1.3.19
MoreClockTool (MCT) 1.1.5 (20.01.2024)
MoreClockTool (MCT) Old
1.0.1  

Navi Curve Helper

This program allows you to calculate
the offset curve parameters to set the
“stock” voltages your RX Navi card via MPT.
 

Github

VGA Device Manager Detect and delete annoying graphics card duplicates in the registry
Red BIOS Editor (RBE) 1.0.8
Flash Tool 2.93+ Win
Works only for RX 5700 and 5700 XT(X)  

Mirror #1

Mirror #2

Flash Tool 3.04+ Win
Works for all AMD cards w/e of RDNA3,
please read the instructions first!
 

Mirror #1 (New)

Mirror #2

Flash Tool Linux
Works on Linux systems only  

Mirror #1

Mirror #2

 

Kommentar

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tOtErMaNn

Mitglied

17 Kommentare 8 Likes

VGA Device Manager und
Red BIOS Editor
teilen sich den selben Tutorial Link?

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exi78

Veteran

168 Kommentare 92 Likes

MCT funktioniert mit den RDNA3 Karten?

Damit kann man auch SPPT in die Registry speichern?

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Igor Wallossek

1

10,538 Kommentare 19,764 Likes

Ja, es funktioniert mit RDNA3 und nein, die Tabellen sind tot, das hat AMD alles verdongelt. Aber das MCT ersetzt den ganzen Treiber-Overhead.

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exi78

Veteran

168 Kommentare 92 Likes

Das würde/muss mir wohl genügen, aber besser, als dass der Treiber manche/alle Einstellungen "vergisst".

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ApolloX

Urgestein

1,687 Kommentare 955 Likes

Hier zur Info: Ich hab Igor gebeten, eine alte prä-ADLX-Version vom MCT ebenfalls hochzuladen für den Fall, dass jemand mit älterem Adrenalin Treiber (irgendwann Anfang 2023 und älter) arbeiten will. Diese ist in den Downloads jetzt auch verlinkt.

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al_bundy

Veteran

163 Kommentare 112 Likes

Hi,
ich habe ne Asus RX 5700 XT Dual und im Treibermenü lässt sich nur 33% als minimalster Wert der Lüftergeschwindigkeit einstellen. Könnte man das per Bios, oder anderen Treibern irgendwie auf 20% reduzieren? Das Ding is im IDLE zu laut.

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JayBee

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17 Kommentare 1 Likes

Probier halt mit dem mpt ansonsten kann es sein dass eben nicht niedriger geht als 33%. Hat die kein Zero Fan Mode?

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al_bundy

Veteran

163 Kommentare 112 Likes

Wenn ich MPT öffne is alles Grau. Muss ich da noch irgendwas reinladen oder anklicken?
Zerofanmode is nich zielführend. Dann rattert der alle paar Minuten los :-(

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JayBee

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Kann ich dir leider nicht sagen. Vllt liegt das an neuen Treibern dass da nichts geht.

Welche Temperatur hast du im idle?
Vllt zu wenig airflow im Gehäuse oder die Wärmeleitpaste gehört mal erneuert.

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al_bundy

Veteran

163 Kommentare 112 Likes

35°C.
Die IDLEtemp is eigentlich egal bei manuelle Angaben der Regelung.

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JayBee

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17 Kommentare 1 Likes

Und im Zero fan gehen die Lüfter bei 60 Grad an oder.
Dann ka warum die ständig an gehen sollten

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al_bundy

Veteran

163 Kommentare 112 Likes

Die können ruhig an sein, aber nicht wie von der Karte gewollt mit 33% -> 1000U/min.
40 oder 45'°C Idletemp reicht auch bei entsprechend niedriger Lüfterdrehzahl.

Ich hab ma nen Bild angehängt

View image at the forums

View image at the forums

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JayBee

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Dann schau dir das mal an.

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Igor Wallossek

Editor-in-chief and name-giver of igor'sLAB as the content successor of Tom's Hardware Germany, whose license was returned in June 2019 in order to better meet the qualitative demands of web content and challenges of new media such as YouTube with its own channel.

Computer nerd since 1983, audio freak since 1979 and pretty much open to anything with a plug or battery for over 50 years.

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