RED BIOS EDITOR for Windows (RBE version 18.104.22.168)
Download RED BIOS EDITOR for Windows (Editor)
With AMD massively restricting the use of SoftPowerPlayTables and thus indirectly MorePowerTool with Adrenaline drivers from 2020, the community bemoans the old overclocking or overclocking bonus that made Navi cards at least a little like the Radeon RX 5700 (XT). more interesting or effective, and we gladly took it with us as a free bonus. Unfortunately, with Adrenaline 2020 it was, at least temporarily, for a while. But the Red BIOS Rebellion Team, of course, took up the challenge. The result is RBE (Red BIOS Editor), thanks to R.B.R.T. and all active community members who have been testing for months and reporting bugs. The current, first version of the new tool will allow you to modify, adapt and save the BIOS entries of the Radeon RX 5700 (XT) in a direct manner similar to the MPT (More Power Tool).
However, there are still some limitations with other models at this time, and we also assume that everyone reads the disclaimer and preliminary notes carefully first, because what can be implemented with this tool clearly exceeds the capabilities of Wattman and other tools.
How to use red bios editor?
Currently MPT (MorePowerTool) works with all released Navi maps, as a result of which SPPT (SoftPowerPlayTables) stored in the registry get severely slowed down or artificially limited by drivers.
The current version of RBE (Red BIOS Editor) allows all MPT modifications to be written directly to the RX 5700, 5700 XT (X) and RX 5600 XT BIOS and output this BIOS as a writeable file. However, currently only one customized version of the ATI Flash Tool allows at least BIOS created in this way to be written to the RX 5700 and RX 5700 XT (X), while there is currently no suitable software for the RX 5600 XT.
At BTCNIX we are not responsible for problems, errors or breakdowns of the video card or other component resulting from the use of these programs, so if you do not know what is playing, it is better to leave it as it is, it’s safer. With that said, let's get started!