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I have a feeling AMD intends it to be that way, and if your board is allowing downclocking without doing P state overclocking something is wrong with that bios.

Asrock used to clock down using offset and multi, now you have to do P states just like the asus.
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asrock has cool and quiet setting. and c states. shut them off if you don't want it to downclock.
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asrock has cool and quiet setting. and c states. shut them off if you don't want it to downclock.

No i want it to downclock lol.

Im just saying, at release asrock was the only board where downclocking was working using offset+multi method, since the new bios that does not work anymore and you need to overclock with P states to get downclocking to work.
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hello's,
has anyone found a official voltage range for the ryzen cpu's please?
been looking for it but cant find it.
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There are no official voltage ranges -- only what we get from the overclocking guides and such. On ambient (air or water) cooling, 1.40v-1.45v should be the high range. Supposedly 1.45v+ will cause longevity issues.
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thank you.thumb.gif

Officially 1.35V - 1.45V you may see degradation smile.gif . OP of thread linked in my sig, section VID/VCORE info wink.gif , you'll also find a link to an official doc there and page 34 has info.

It appears that 1.45 volts input to the cpu is about where the default cpu ovp protections kick in for the Titanium ( EDIT bios 1.1) . Reminds me of the long duration wattage setting on my MSI p67 board.

Any way to alter that? I have a 370 SLI coming supposedly for review and never had an MSI board for any current tech

Here's a look a bios 1.1's basket of goodies as far as power is concerned.

Hmm looks like some bonus stuff in there too lol
Sorry @Johan45 forgot about this untill just a minute ago.

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I have a feeling AMD intends it to be that way, and if your board is allowing downclocking without doing P state overclocking something is wrong with that bios.

Asrock used to clock down using offset and multi, now you have to do P states just like the asus.

Yeah, for some reason the default overclock just creates two identical pstates and the rest, set to auto, do nothing. If you add in the rest of the states it does work, but at that point you might as well do the standard Pstate overclock.

Funny though that the second state (pstate1), at least when normal overclocking, is the actual clock speed. I would have guessed that pstate0 would then turn into boost clock, but in my limited testing it doesn't appear to do anything.

The pstate1 issue is the reason why we have to not touch the VID when we do pstate overclocks. If we just pulled an ASRock and did a double pstate we could mess with the VID all we want tongue.gif


Loaded up AIDA64 and the memory scores seem a bit low, though the latency seems ok. Ideas?


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Yeah, for some reason the default overclock just creates two identical pstates and the rest, set to auto, do nothing. If you add in the rest of the states it does work, but at that point you might as well do the standard Pstate overclock.

Funny though that the second state (pstate1), at least when normal overclocking, is the actual clock speed. I would have guessed that pstate0 would then turn into boost clock, but in my limited testing it doesn't appear to do anything.

The pstate1 issue is the reason why we have to not touch the VID when we do pstate overclocks. If we just pulled an ASRock and did a double pstate we could mess with the VID all we want tongue.gif


Loaded up AIDA64 and the memory scores seem a bit low, though the latency seems ok. Ideas?

yeah that's pretty low. those scores are about the same as my kit at 2400mhz cas 16. its probably your high timings.
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weird.. my 2400 cl15 has 90nS latency
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Yeah, for some reason the default overclock just creates two identical pstates and the rest, set to auto, do nothing. If you add in the rest of the states it does work, but at that point you might as well do the standard Pstate overclock.

Funny though that the second state (pstate1), at least when normal overclocking, is the actual clock speed. I would have guessed that pstate0 would then turn into boost clock, but in my limited testing it doesn't appear to do anything.

The pstate1 issue is the reason why we have to not touch the VID when we do pstate overclocks. If we just pulled an ASRock and did a double pstate we could mess with the VID all we want tongue.gif


Loaded up AIDA64 and the memory scores seem a bit low, though the latency seems ok. Ideas?


I hit about 43-45,000 in read write at 2933mhz so its a bit low but nothing outrageous.
    
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weird.. my 2400 cl15 has 90nS latency
Are you on the latest BIOS?
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I hit about 43-45,000 in read write at 2933mhz so its a bit low but nothing outrageous.

So like 20% less than normal... Lol
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Are you on the latest BIOS?
So like 20% less than normal... Lol
yes.. 0515 on Prime X370 Pro
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