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post #10151 of 11739
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Originally Posted by bl1tzk1213g View Post

Does vcore have any bearing with able to post with 3200mhz?

I'm able to post 2933mhz by memory boot training with the FF settings

Vcore - 1.25v
Multiplier - 36
DramV - 1.35
Soc V - 1.15/1.2
LLC / Soc LLC - level 2

Dram timings 14-14-14-34

Only when I go up the final step to 3200 mhz where I get boot loops then reverts back my settings (though it would appear the settings were saved in the bios)

Tried increasing dramV to 1.36/1.4, Soc V to 1.2v, loosened timings to 20-20-20-40, 24-24-24-44 to no avail

Will increasing my vcore help?

R7 1700
X370 Taichi
Trident Z 3200 mhz CL14 quad channel (i have four sticks of 8gb 3200mhz 14-14-14-34, I'm assuming these are identical to the dual channel kits stick per stick no?)


If you haven't, you may find some insight in the taichi overclocking thread

http://www.overclock.net/t/1627407/asrock-x370-taichi-overclocking-thread/0_100

A far better systems' tuner than I. (I know it's a low bar!), chew*, has recently done some work with the Taichi. He's a member here so you might search for his posts about it.

Try the last few pages of this thread, for possible insight as well regarding your board, and its bclk limitations at present including the effects on your nvme. couple of hints about the bios as well.

You've tapped a lot of the options trying to hit that speed goal. Reasonably sure that it's close. Methodology of getting there. ah that's one I see people miss.

As chew* phrases it differently, shotgun approach vs baby steps. He's not kidding about baby steps. And you can't argue with the results.
post #10152 of 11739
Alright I am going to try this again.



I have Vcore set to 1.45v in the bios. Does anyone see anything weird about this? I am using High LLC and the Vcore is switching between 1.416v and 1.404v so I am looking at a Voffset of almost 0.05v idle.
post #10153 of 11739
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Originally Posted by Secret Dragoon View Post

Alright I am going to try this again.



I have Vcore set to 1.45v in the bios. Does anyone see anything weird about this? I am using High LLC and the Vcore is switching between 1.416v and 1.404v so I am looking at a Voffset of almost 0.05v idle.

not sure what you are actually asking....
and it seems no one can guess your question either.


what power plan? offset voltages? pstate0 overclocked?
post #10154 of 11739
hit llc to auto, it seems to work right this time, was not so good on the fx.
mine has held and pushed every voltage i have tried so far.
Edited by MrPerforations - 4/26/17 at 2:12pm
    
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post #10155 of 11739
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Originally Posted by hotstocks View Post

I don't have your motherboard, but I have had the same problem and had two solutions.
1)I had an 1800X that would not run 3200 ram no matter what, yet my 1700 and other 1800X did! And the funnier thing is the 1800X that would not run 3200 ram was just fine running 3300-3340 ram, so if you can use the 2666 strap and have a mobo that lets you raise BCLK, that might work for you. Also I needed about 1.39v for a 1.35v kit.

2)The motherboard ram training needs to work in steps with power off. Try this:
A)set timings manually 16-16-16-38 or 14-14-14-34 whatever your kit says and put it at the 2133 strap
B)Completely unplug it after bios save and then restart.
C)Go back into bios and move ram strap up one notch to 2666 save bios exit and pull the plug immediately, then plug back in.
D)if that works raise it to the final 3200 strap with the same method of pulling the plug before it can train warm, you want to have it train from a cold no power boot.

If either of these methods gets you 3200 or higher ram, pm me for my paypal address wink.gif
this info is public but killing power does nothing....
post #10156 of 11739
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Originally Posted by drdrache View Post

not sure what you are actually asking....
and it seems no one can guess your question either.


what power plan? offset voltages? pstate0 overclocked?

F3 has a vcore bug. Mine got stuck @ 1.3 once...

Had to hard clear to fix it.

Was watching pc health status setting vcore multiple times it remained @ 1.284...

Its got a few bugs... Im going to have to break out a notepad for this one lol.
Edited by chew* - 4/26/17 at 2:18pm
post #10157 of 11739
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Originally Posted by drdrache View Post

not sure what you are actually asking....
and it seems no one can guess your question either.


what power plan? offset voltages? pstate0 overclocked?



- Power Plan doesn't seem to make a difference but to answer your question - Ballanced (not Ryzen Ballanced).
- Setting a voltage instead of an offset gives me a more accurate output vcore so that is probably my problem.

Gigabyte board only has P-state OC if you set a fraction of a multiplier (e.g. x40.25)
post #10158 of 11739
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Originally Posted by drdrache View Post

not sure what you are actually asking....
and it seems no one can guess your question either.


what power plan? offset voltages? pstate0 overclocked?



- Power Plan doesn't seem to make a difference but to answer your question - Ballanced (not Ryzen Ballanced).
- Setting a voltage instead of an offset gives me a more accurate output vcore so that is probably my problem.

Gigabyte board only has P-state OC if you set a fraction of a multiplier (e.g. x40.25)

so, it's not downclocking the voltages?
post #10159 of 11739
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Originally Posted by drdrache View Post

so, it's not downclocking the voltages?

Nope. Only downclocks the voltage if you set a fraction multiplier.

Setting 1.45v manually still does the same thing:





I am trying to find out why i have such a huge discrepency in core voltage while idle.
post #10160 of 11739
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Originally Posted by Secret Dragoon View Post

Nope. Only downclocks the voltage if you set a fraction multiplier.

Setting 1.45v manually still does the same thing:





I am trying to find out why i have such a huge discrepency in core voltage while idle.

Check pc health....

Is vcore stuck?
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