Polaris Bios Editor 3 Pro is a tool with simple settings for modding the BIOS of AMD GPUs. The new version of PBE 3 Pro with improved performance timings, automatic overclocking and lower voltage (power saving), ETH, XMR (CN), as well as special timings to increase the mining speed of all miners. PBE 3 PRO recognizes and applies custom performance timings for more memory types (compared to PBE 1.6.7), for example, H5GC8H24MJ and H5GQ4H24AJ, timings for this type are also available for ETH or XMR mining, you just select the one you need .
What else can the Polaris Bios Editor 3 Pro do?
The timings are optimized for ETH and XMR or Universal, you can choose which one you want (available only for some types of memory);
Timings for 4 GB or 8 GB cards automatically selects the best time settings for the card size (available only for some types of memory);
Detection of more memory types and the use of suitable timings (compared to PBE 1.6.7 and 1.7.0), new added support for H5GQ4H24AJ;
It gives the largest increase in hashrate compared to the standard ones, since for 100% performance it is still necessary to manually adjust the memory clock frequency and core voltage, the editor cannot predict the quality of the card, therefore it is impossible to automatically use the upper values;
Supports Windows and Linux (x32 / x64 bit);
Supports almost all RX Polaris and Baffin cards (RX 460/470/480/560/570/580), (RX550 only a few of them, contact me before buying);
In future releases, a more intuitive timer patcher and low voltage;
Energy Saving Option:
New energy saving option! Automatically lower the voltage in the memory and core.
Auto Control OC:
Automatic memory overclocking for better hashing speed;
Windows 10 is recommended (Windows 7 and 8 should be fine too), activation might not work on other OS)
PBE 3 PRO 2020
New Samsung memory K4G80325FC
New device 6FDF AMD Radeon RX 580 2048SP
PBE 3 PRO 2019 changes and updates
Support for RX 590
New memory type H5GC8H24AJ
PBE 3 PRO changes and updates
New Micron, Hynix, Samsung and Elpida timings, better hashrate and stability
License checking fixes
Some fixes and bugs (Including Hynix typo)
RX 560 detection due to different timings need
GPU vendor detection (Logo is showing now)
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