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AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher
05-24-2018, 10:56 PM
Post: #881
RE: AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher
(05-24-2018 03:25 PM)keksik Wrote:  Again sayning i ised fresh windows install and full update, then instaling new driver and patcher thats all. Before patch all wokra normaly after patcher stuttering occur. Hovewer i need patcher because i bios moded my gpus..so...
Bios have 4G decode enabled and all pcie settings set to gen 2,audo disabled, main gpu is pice(not auto or internal gpu)
If you modded the BIOS, how can it be working normally before the patch? The driver won't even load with a modded BIOS unless you patch the driver. That's why you don't see the stuttering until after you apply the patch. The stuttering is a driver issue that has nothing to do with the patch. I've seen lots of people report stuttering with 18.4.1 and 18.5.1. I'm not sure why older drivers aren't working for you. Maybe it's a driver issue with 1803.
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05-25-2018, 05:22 AM
Post: #882
RE: AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher
(05-24-2018 10:55 PM)ToastyX Wrote:  
(05-24-2018 09:49 PM)Iamtutut Wrote:  Either the Vega cores inside the Ryzen 2400G can be used, either the bios moded RX 570s.
But I can not have the Vega cores as main display and the bios moded RX 570 properly setup. I tried with 18.3.4 then 18.4.1 then 2018 Q2 then 18.5.1

When I install the driver that's design to support both Ryzen APU (edit in " ") "and Radeon discrete GPUs", wether it's the 2018 Q2 or the 18.5.1, along with the Vega cores inside the Ryzen, they can't work together.
If I have the Ryzen as main display, I have to patch the driver so that my RX 570s can compute. But as soon as I do it and restart, the Vega cores show a code 43 error.
That's strange. They should all use the same driver, so it doesn't make sense for it to flip-flop like that. Plugging in a monitor shouldn't affect whether the driver loads. If that's the case, you might need a dummy plug.

What I had in mind buying the 2400G was to use it for display (web, games, videos...) and let the RX 570s compute at the same time. What would a dummy plug change ?
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05-25-2018, 09:30 PM
Post: #883
RE: AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher
(05-25-2018 05:22 AM)Iamtutut Wrote:  What I had in mind buying the 2400G was to use it for display (web, games, videos...) and let the RX 570s compute at the same time. What would a dummy plug change ?
Never mind. I thought you were saying it depended on where you plugged in the display. I don't see why the driver would only allow one or the other to work. Can you check how it behaves without the modded BIOS?
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05-26-2018, 06:11 AM
Post: #884
RE: AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher
I wish I could, but atiwinflash 2.77 can't operate with build 1803, I'm stuck. Tried all compatibility modes, command lines...
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05-26-2018, 04:55 PM
Post: #885
RE: AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher
(05-26-2018 06:11 AM)Iamtutut Wrote:  I wish I could, but atiwinflash 2.77 can't operate with build 1803, I'm stuck. Tried all compatibility modes, command lines...
Do the cards have BIOS switches? You could just flip the switches.
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05-26-2018, 07:48 PM
Post: #886
RE: AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher
(05-26-2018 04:55 PM)ToastyX Wrote:  
(05-26-2018 06:11 AM)Iamtutut Wrote:  I wish I could, but atiwinflash 2.77 can't operate with build 1803, I'm stuck. Tried all compatibility modes, command lines...
Do the cards have BIOS switches? You could just flip the switches.

They don't have dual bios, none of them.
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06-10-2018, 02:14 PM
Post: #887
RE: AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher
(05-24-2018 10:56 PM)ToastyX Wrote:  
(05-24-2018 03:25 PM)keksik Wrote:  Again sayning i ised fresh windows install and full update, then instaling new driver and patcher thats all. Before patch all wokra normaly after patcher stuttering occur. Hovewer i need patcher because i bios moded my gpus..so...
Bios have 4G decode enabled and all pcie settings set to gen 2,audo disabled, main gpu is pice(not auto or internal gpu)
If you modded the BIOS, how can it be working normally before the patch? The driver won't even load with a modded BIOS unless you patch the driver. That's why you don't see the stuttering until after you apply the patch. The stuttering is a driver issue that has nothing to do with the patch. I've seen lots of people report stuttering with 18.4.1 and 18.5.1. I'm not sure why older drivers aren't working for you. Maybe it's a driver issue with 1803.


Same exact problem here. Fresh install of windows 10 (1803). Created restore points along the way. Every time I apply the patch, OS becomes inoperable. Had no problems before. Looking for a older windows 10 build (1703). Any suggestions? Thanks for the help.
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06-16-2018, 05:26 PM (This post was last modified: 06-16-2018 05:27 PM by FaddieB.)
Post: #888
RE: AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher
Same problem for me to.
Did not find a solution yet...
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Today, 09:27 AM
Post: #889
RE: AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher
Great it worked sooo frustrated thanks a million
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