Yes, the Red BIOS Editor (RBE) has once again undergone a major upgrade, as hellm has now also unlocked the DRAM and made it fully accessible. The depth of the settings is almost overwhelming and there is probably no value from the JEDEC specifications that cannot be changed by a single entry in a special mask. This makes it really easy to change the memory defaults, no matter whether modules from Samsung or Micron were used!
The operation is actually quite simple. I won’t go into the sequence of using the RBE at this point, though, because that’s what the download page is for. The only important thing is to pay attention to which RAM modules were installed on the card, whose BIOS you read in! The rest is actually almost self-explanatory. Switch to the tab “VRAM Timings” and you will first see the module selection (depending on the data read in so far) and the six strings for the individual clock stages.
Afterwards you can open the actual editing window via the button for the individual frequencies, because the string stored in the BIOS is initially completely cryptic and thus unusable for almost all users. But that’s where the RBE comes in: what you see after opening the timing editor looks like the BIOS of a better equipped motherboard, and the timing settings are actually similar to those of the memory.
However, one should not make any changes at a whim without some basic knowledge, because this will definitely go wrong and in the best case will only lead to instability. But this is exactly where i see the experienced and experimental community now! if you have tested your own settings and think they are worth to be made publicly available to other users – go ahead! our forum is exactly the right place for that. And maybe one day we’ll have a Hall of Fame of sorts with the best DRAM mods? come on, you’ve got the tools for it now!
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