Polaris BIOS Editor

Polaris BIOS Editor — One of the most important programs for increasing the performance of your graphics card.

Benefits of Polaris BIOS Editor

  • Versatility — Suitable for all types of memory.
  • Security — Our site is official. All the latest updates and detailed instructions — only at polaris-bios-editor.com
    Never download programs from comments, forums or other third party resources.
  • Acceleration — Significantly increases the performance of your graphics card.
  • Availability — Polaris Bios Editor is completely free software, including all previous and future updates!
  • Updates — The latest version at the moment is 1.7.2. All other versions on third-party resources are not official, version 1.7.3 does not exist! Be careful! Versions 1.6.4, 1.6.5, 1.6.6, 1.6.7 are considered deprecated and not optimized.

How to Use Polaris BIOS Editor 1.7.2

  • Download the latest version of the program
  • Unpack the .zip archive to any place convenient for you
  • Launch PBE — Press the Open Bios button (Upper left corner)
  • Your firmware opens, where your timings are circled in red on the kart.
  • After opening the firmware, click on the One click timing patch (red arrow).
  • All timings were automatically edited. Now press Save as and the firmware will be saved.
  • You can change the voltage in the gpu and memory graphs, (Section for experienced users only!)
  • Target temperature — this temperature, which the card will try to maintain, either by increasing the fan speed or lowering the frequencies, which is used less often, it all depends on the manufacturer.
  • Power control limit — if you don’t want to use Afterburner, then this is the same Power limit, lower it in the same way.

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Latest version Polaris BIOS Editor 1.7.2

Update history:

What’s New in 1.7.2:
Fixed applying timings for Hynix memory
Added support for RX590
Added support for new Hynix H5GC8H24AJ memory
Added time for new Hynix H5GC8H24AJ

What’s New in 1.7.1:
Updated timings for Elpida

What’s New in 1.7.0:
Added new timings for Hynix.
Added ability to select timings on hynix between universal Hynix timing.
Hynix universal timing mechanism works on: H5GC8H24MJ, H5GQ8H24MJ, H5GQ4H24AJ.

What’s New in 1.6.9:
Fixed user interface (updated design)
Added the ability to select timings for samsung between uber-mix 3.1
and 3.2, and on Micron between good Micron time and Micron S time.
Added Icon
Added option for max. Memory. frequency. (after one press timing patch button, press automatically change max. memory. up to 2300MHz)

What’s New in 1.6.8:
Fixed Samsung Uber-Mix
Added support for Hynix H5GQ4H24AJ

What’s New in 1.6.7:
0x67ef Device ID support
Best timings for micron memory
Firmware signature test / firmware signature in ascii
Editing bios message (experimental)
Online check for new versions
Online display of developer notification

What’s New in 1.6.6:
Support for rx550 device ID 0x699F

What’s New in 1.6.5:
Supports up to 48 entries in the timing table (more than 2 memory providers)

What’s New in 1.6.4:
Fixed elpida timings
K4G41325FS memory support

What’s New in 1.6.3:
Time change now starts from 1500 instead of 1750
Device ID 67FF is now also supported

What’s New in 1.6.2:
Experimental: ubermix timings now also apply to 4g SAMSUNG vram (K4G41325FC, K4G41325FE)

What’s New in 1.6.1:
Hynix H5GC8H24MJ memory is now recognized (same timings as H5GQ8H24MJ)

What’s New in 1.6:
Now the window resizes correctly
Defining a memory provider
One click sync patch (samsung, hynix, elpida, micron)

What’s New in 1.5:
Added FanControlMode setting
Implemented some code related to sync editor (not used yet)

What’s New in 1.4:
Replaced WPF with Windows Forms components for archiving mono compatibility