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The difference is so low its not even worth the hassle, at 1.45v or wtv it was only .019v difference. Unless youre planning on using 1.6v i wouldnt worry.

Maybe on your board...im on x370 pro...when software at llc lvl 3 says im .100 over my set voltage under load i kinda want to verify it lol...1.475 is shooting to 1.588 so yah 1.6v wink.gif

Reading at idle does not concern me. Testing at load verifies Load Line Calibration...
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Maybe on your board...im on x370 pro...when software at llc lvl 3 says im .100 over my set voltage under load i kinda want to verify it lol...1.475 is shooting to 1.588 so yah 1.6v wink.gif

Reading at idle does not concern me. Testing at load verifies Load Line Calibration...

Should be the same on both, the software is SO off i dont even trust it, and i dont even trust the bios. I measure at the measure points on the board and thats it and thats under load realbench, wtv the bios and hwinfo report i dont even take into consideration. Theyre all reading from the same sensors anyways.
    
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No measure points on pro so got to make my own...i only installed cpu-z. Those voltage readings concern me enough to get real readings.
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Update : ryzen 1700 on Gigabyte K7 game stable 3.9 ghz @ 1.33V, load line calibration on low. Looks like I got a good chip biggrin.gif Will be overclocking the ram soon but I gotta go to work. So far very impressed with ryzen. Even the stock cooler is good at 100% fan speed for overclocks.
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Yes. Need to put DRAM Voltage in manually. I left my VCORE SOC @ auto. Ryzen Master and HWMonitor show 0.912v-0.98v for my SOC and I have my Memory overclocked to 3200 via Ryzen Master since my Gigabyte AB-350M-Gaming 3 mATX board doesn't allow me to go up to 3200 in BIOS (2933 max)
Physically wont allow you or i just wont boot with anything past 2933? I may have to try this with my c14 kit. I got the same board btw biggrin.gif
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I've not actually tried Ryzen Master yet; I've just taken a quick look.

Can you set memory and CPU separately or do you have to do them together?

I'd only want to try it with memory as I can't POST at 3200 through BIOS.
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Can i get some tips on how to post higher than 2400?

I keep thinking im doing something wrong lol. At xmp timings (which set the volts to 1.35) i cant boot at any speed, which i find really odd. I can only boot at bios defaults or 15 15 15 36 2400.

Read somewhere in here SOC voltage could possibly be an issue? I just dont want to go messing with stuff if i dont have to, but will if its safe and produce results.
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From what I have read 1.05 SOC is safe and more than enough and also even-numbered timings work better. Personally I would try setting 1.05SOC, 1.40 RAM volts, and 18-18-18-38 timings just to see if it boots. If it doesn't boot with those settings then it's probably not worth bothering with until the bugs get worked out. If it does boot then you can start bringing down voltages/timings and testing for stability.
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Can i get some tips on how to post higher than 2400?

I keep thinking im doing something wrong lol. At xmp timings (which set the volts to 1.35) i cant boot at any speed, which i find really odd. I can only boot at bios defaults or 15 15 15 36 2400.

Read somewhere in here SOC voltage could possibly be an issue? I just dont want to go messing with stuff if i dont have to, but will if its safe and produce results.

Loosing your timings a bit, do everything manually. Set your dram voltage, boot dram voltage and anything else. Dont use xmp just set the speed manually. You should be able to get 2666 at least if not higher.
    
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From what I have read 1.05 SOC is safe and more than enough and also even-numbered timings work better. Personally I would try setting 1.05SOC, 1.40 RAM volts, and 18-18-18-38 timings just to see if it boots. If it doesn't boot with those settings then it's probably not worth bothering with until the bugs get worked out. If it does boot then you can start bringing down voltages/timings and testing for stability.

I will give this a go, ill try 2933 to start. If not boot ill just stop mucking til bios updates lol.
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