Polaris BIOS Editor 1.7.2 (1.6.7) - setting BIOS timings

In order to significantly increase the efficiency of mining due to the improvement in the operation of video cards, it is worth setting up BIOS timing.

Polaris BIOS Editor - the most efficient program in the field of setting BIOS timings.

Polaris BIOS Editor 1.7.2 (1.6.7) - BIOS Timing Settings

Getting Started Polaris BIOS Editor:

  1. Download the latest version, unpack, and run

  2. Next, open the saved BIOS by clicking Open Bios.

  3. Now select One click timing patch and the program recognizes the timing and type of memory, after which it substitutes the necessary timing.

  4. By clicking “Save AS” save the new BIOS, while it is advisable to leave the original version of the BIOS, since you may need it later.

Version Polaris BIOS Editor 1.7.2 offers the ability to select timings, as well as their automatic recognition. This version also allows you to manually change the timing and gives almost the same features as the previous version 1.6.7, but a little more, especially for those just starting:

-Now can work with RX 590

-Improved timings for elpida and hynix

-Get a more convenient interface

If you have any option except the RX 590, then you can safely use version 1.6.7

What has changed in version 1.6.7:

Auto update, new timings, and also now the program works with the latest video cards

In addition, version 1.6.7 should be used in cases where something goes wrong with version 1.7.2.

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