Try to ask for the gigabyte support which bios version your gpu came with from factory. They need to know.. based on the model name and serial number they've got this info. This bios version (FA0) is known for its unstability.. mostly if your gpu isn't suitable for it. We've read that not all GV-R56XTGAMING OC-6GD are suitable for this bios version, just ones the came with F1 bios originally.
Gigabyte tells you to contact the store that sold you the product to process the RMA. What is not covered by warranty. Bios updates are at the user's expense. But here you have the factory version and the two new ones. Giggabyte is kidding us with these GPUs.
Hello, I have the bios version F60, and I suffer from crashes (the screen turns off, and it doesn't work until I turn off the PC and turn it on again). I have the latest controllers (without adrenaline). How did you solve it? Do I need to change the parameters with MorePowerTool to stop it freezing? I really don't need any more power. Thanks.
So I followed your instructions and it worked perfect! Better than the F2 BIOS for sure! I stress tested with Total War 3 Kingdoms which would always generate a crash at some point. Normally 3-4 hours into the game. I've played for two huge sessions and not a single crash.
It was super frustrating that the F2 BIOS was so close to working well. I wouldn't experience any crashes and then randomly, normally in long game sessions *boom* I would get the crash, red lights on the motherboard and a reboot. Once in a blue moon I might even get a crash in Windows but that was pretty rare.
Anyway just wanted to say thanks for creating the .mpt file and posting your success! It works amazingly well and really isn't far off the performance of the FA0 BIOS. Happy Camper here!
Today Gigabyte Support told me this:"The bios of the page which you comment on is no longer available, and another update will be available shortly which solves the problems caused"
Gigabyte removed the FA0 BIOS from its website. If you search their website, you will find two RX 5600 XT gaming OC, but only one of them has a BIOS to update.
I can confirm this. So far MorePowerTool fixed the my problems with this gpu.
Also I noticed windows update clears settings set by MorePowerTool so you might wat to use it again.
So apparently there's two version for the same model, the "default" and the 2.0
How do I know wich one I have bought?!
And the "default" will ever get the frequency bios update?