Polaris Bios Editor (Download latest edition v3.5.)

Polaris BIOS Editor
  • Version 3.5.
  • Download 2871
  • File Size 2.8 MB
  • File Count 1
  • Create Date 12.04.2020
  • Last Updated 30.05.2020

Polaris BIOS Editor: Basic Features

The program Polaris BIOS Editor is designed for timings changes in flashing the BIOS. It is used for all types of video cards: Elpida, Micton, Hynix, and Samsung. Miners change timings in order to increase mining performance and the Polaris BIOS Editor is highly recommended.


Updates of PBE

  • New design of the program
  • New Micron, Hynix, Samsung and Elpida timings, better hashrate and stability
  • A number of fixes is made.
  • GPU vendor detection
  • RX560 detection due to different timings need



Windows 10/ 8/ 7,  activation might not work on other OS


Features of Polaris BIOS Editor 3

  • It recognizes a greater number of memory types and applies suitable timings (compared to its previous versions).
  • It is up to the user which timings to choose, timings are optimized for XMR, Universal and ETH.
  • The following features are done in the automatic regime: undervolting, overclocking, and underclocking.
  • It performs auto choosing of the best timings for user’s card memory size.
  • It is designed with a new power saving option.
  • Windows and Linux option, but Linus does not provide undervolting.
  • It provides the biggest hashrate boost compared to stock, as all the settings of the last are set manually.
  • It functions with automatic memory overclocking for better hashrate.

It supports almost all RX cards Polaris and Baffin.

How to use Polaris BIOS Editor

The program is easy to use. First, download the program, unpack it into the convenient place and then run the program.





Click Open BIOS in the upper left corner and then opens flashing.




Click on the way to choose timings: automatically or manually. Make steps according to the regime.




Having opened the flashing, click One click timing patch. All timings were edited automatically. Then press Save as. The entire flashing is saved.


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Users can also change the voltage in the GPU and memory.




Target temperature is the temperature that the card will try to maintain, either increasing the cooler speed or lowering the frequencies. The last one is used less often; it all depends on the manufacturer.


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Power control limit. In case a user does not use the afterburner, then this option is similar to the Power limit. It is necessary to lower it in the same way.




In order to turn on the fan, it is possible to configure it in the Fan column. In case with a downtime the fan does not turn on at all, then change Min pwm to a positive value; the value is estimated in percent.




Unlocking of additional shaders is not available for all cards. The best way to do it is using SRBPolaris.




Miners change timings in order to increase mining performance and the Polaris BIOS Editor is highly recommended.

That’s it, you have proper BIOS mod without making any unnecessary risks to your GPU. With OverdriveNtool you can adjust properly voltages and clock rates of your GPU individually to get maximum hahsrate for minimum power draw without risking stability or lifetime of your GPU’s.


Available versions

On the Internet resource, users can download Polaris BIOS Editor 1.6.7, Polaris BIOS Editor 1.6.6, and Polaris Editor 1.7.2 versions free of charge. Experts advise to use the last one in case a user has RX590. In addition, there are paid versions of the program, download Polaris BIOS Editor 3, BIOS Editor 2.0, and Polaris BIOS Editor 2.1. These programs are more simplified and more understandable for beginners. Let’s have a closer look at the latest updated version of 2019 Polaris BIOS Editor 3 PRO.



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2 thoughts on “Polaris Bios Editor (Download latest edition v3.5.)

    Hello everyone, there are Asus EVO RX 560 4Gb micron memory cards. From the box with the maximum possible memory overclocking in 1950 MHz they give out on windows 10.5, on hiveos they give 12.5. Should the card after firmware be identified as Radeon polaris? By the way, for timings of 1500 maximum, can the cards be defective? Who faced, tell me? Does anyone have a BIOS stitched for them?

    This is not a pure RX 560, but the so-called RX 560D
    According to the performance characteristics, they are 1 in 1 RX460 + underestimated memory frequencies for many manufacturers (the last strap is 1500, which gives an effective frequency of 6000 MHz versus 1750 and 7000 for the same 560 ones).
    As a result, low performance is in the red, especially on cards from ASUS, Gigabyte where a slow Micron is installed.
    In the plus, a very comfortable consumption – like the 550.

    Overclocking requires an increase in PL + high dependence on ASIC quality GPU.
    The crystals appear to be a rejection of the normal 560.
    Blocks are blocked programmatically like in 460, so there is a chance to unlock them (just like turning into a brick) in the same way as for 460.
    On Windows, from gigabytes it was possible to squeeze 14 per etash and 420 per kryptonite.
    On high 13.5, kryptonight 390.

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