Monday, October 25th 2010

TechPowerUp Radeon BIOS Editor (RBE) 1.26 Released

TechPowerUp announced the latest version of Radeon BIOS Editor (or RBE), the popular ATI/AMD Radeon graphics card BIOS manipulation utility. Version 1.26 is designed to offer early support for AMD Radeon HD 6800 series graphics processors, stability improvements for the Hex editor, and a more stable flashing procedure. It also corrects compatibility bugs related to Winflash.

DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp Radeon BIOS Editor v1.26

A change-log by the software's creator follows.

  • Added (preliminary) support for Radeon HD 6850 and 6870. Everything _should_ work, except for voltage modding.
  • Fixed minor WinFlash version detection bug.
  • Improved built-in hex editor search functionality (again).
  • Improved flashing procedure for more stability.
  • Fixed Dell Subvendor-ID - thanks to Clinton for the tip!
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6 Comments on TechPowerUp Radeon BIOS Editor (RBE) 1.26 Released

#1
arnoo1
can't the people of tpu make a understandle bios editor for nvidia card?, it does not makes any sense to me, and those stupid gtx275's of mine needs be to faster
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W1zzard
by: arnoo1
can't the people of tpu make a understandle bios editor for nvidia card?, it does not makes any sense to me, and those stupid gtx275's of mine needs be to faster
just need to find a developer willing and somewhat able to work on a project like it. i dont have time to take on more work, but could help with info
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#4
arnoo1
by: W1zzard
just need to find a developer willing and somewhat able to work on a project like it. i dont have time to take on more work, but could help with info
i understand that you have enough to do, in programs, works and stuff like that,
but one question, if i updated my gpu clocks with nibitor and saved the file, what do i have to do next,
is there a forum for it?
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#5
LAN_deRf_HA
by: BAGZZlash
What about NiBiTor?
It's been awhile since I used RBE, but for whatever reason I found it much more straight forward to use compared to my recent dealings with nibitor. Can't place it off hand.
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#6
Tatty_One
Super Moderator
by: arnoo1
i understand that you have enough to do, in programs, works and stuff like that,
but one question, if i updated my gpu clocks with nibitor and saved the file, what do i have to do next,
is there a forum for it?
Search and ye shall find ;)

NVTurboFlash an easy way to flash your bios
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