Monday, April 18th 2016

AMD Outs Video BIOS Update for R9 Fury Series with Improved UEFI Support

AMD released an official video-card BIOS update for the Radeon R9 Fury X and Radeon R9 Nano graphics cards, which improve UEFI BIOS support. End users on our forums are also reporting improved overclocking stability. UEFI support at the video-BIOS level is required for the card to run without CSM at the system-BIOS end, in turn enabling useful OS features such as Secure Boot. Several of AMD's add-in board (AIB) partners already ship their cards with UEFI-ready BIOS. AMD is distributing the BIOS as ROM images, and it takes thorough knowledge of how to flash your graphics card's BIOS, to make use of these ROM images.

DOWNLOAD: AMD Video BIOS Update for Radeon R9 Nano | Radeon R9 Fury X | From AMD Website
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12 Comments on AMD Outs Video BIOS Update for R9 Fury Series with Improved UEFI Support

#2
Fluffmeister
Fabio Pisco said:
Better overclock ;)
Is it an overclockers dream?
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Fabio Pisco
Fluffmeister said:
Is it an overclockers dream?
Thats not what im saying. Iam just saying that we get more stability and a little more overclock headroom wich is allways nice :)
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#4
INSTG8R
My Custom Title
No love for regular Fury?
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#5
GhostRyder
INSTG8R said:
No love for regular Fury?
Yea, kinda surprised its not on the list. Wonder if there is one for it or if its coming soon.
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#6
uuuaaaaaa
Fluffmeister said:
Is it an overclockers dream?
Is this wccftech?
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#8
Kanan
INSTG8R said:
No love for regular Fury?
Fury has custom bioses depending on manufacturer of the custom card, maybe that's why not. Compared to Fury X or Nano they are not all the same.
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#9
OneMoar
There is Always Moar
no bios is gonna fix the issues with furys oc-ablity
thats a limitation of process HBM is built on
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#10
GhostRyder
Kanan said:
Fury has custom bioses depending on manufacturer of the custom card, maybe that's why not. Compared to Fury X or Nano they are not all the same.
'Slaps head'

Totally forgot about that, good point that's probably the reason!
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INSTG8R
My Custom Title
Kanan said:
Fury has custom bioses depending on manufacturer of the custom card, maybe that's why not. Compared to Fury X or Nano they are not all the same.
True enough. TBH I have no issues with my card and I prolly wouldn't flash it anyway.
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#12
gupsterg
Surprising thing is the AMD Updated Fury X ROM has UEFI / GOP module dated 2015 o_O ....



But there is a solution ;) ....

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