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on creator win 10 CPU stress bench,
any body there? who not suffer from temporary freezing or sttuturing
or any solution exists ?

Just updated to Creator Win 10, same issue with freezes when cpu is taxed. It is like the desktop loses focus and is locked out. Looks like Microsoft will need to fix this.
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I'm running W10 CU, I haven't noticed any freezeing.
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I'm running W10 CU, I haven't noticed any freezeing.

Could you please run the RealBench Stresstest and see what happens? Would be great to narrow it down.
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I'm sure this has been mentioned several times already, but if you are having issues with improper temps and/or fan curves because of the +20 offset, play around with the SenseMI skew number in the bios. My 1700X at stock clocks and voltage with an H110i was idling at 60C which I knew couldn't be right, so I set senseMI skew to 288 from 272 and now I'm getting 35-38C at idle, 60C under load.

Having said that, you are never really going to know what your temperatures are, but with the offset we are already in that boat only with senseMI skew adjusted, now you won't get throttling or the crazy fan oscillations.
if you still have it on auto / stock settings but with the skew changes, can you try monitoring voltages? i'm curious to see if voltages stay below 1.5v's and what the average is just idling around with something like firefox open and browsing the web. not so much gaming. also are you using the ryzen balance plan?
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if you still have it on auto / stock settings but with the skew changes, can you try monitoring voltages? i'm curious to see if voltages stay below 1.5v's and what the average is just idling around with something like firefox open and browsing the web. not so much gaming. also are you using the ryzen balance plan?

Im using Ryzen balance plan with minimum CPU state at 60%. P state overclock @ 4.0Ghz, +.05 offset voltage. Ive had HWinfo open in the background for the last 20 hour or so and my voltage at SVI2 TFN varies from 1.319-1.400.

Sorry, no stock clocks for now.
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post #10016 of 17692
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Could you please run the RealBench Stresstest and see what happens? Would be great to narrow it down.

Yes Realbench stress does freeze / stutter. That is why I switched to OCCT for stressing the system.
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Originally Posted by badhairguy View Post

I'm sure this has been mentioned several times already, but if you are having issues with improper temps and/or fan curves because of the +20 offset, play around with the SenseMI skew number in the bios. My 1700X at stock clocks and voltage with an H110i was idling at 60C which I knew couldn't be right, so I set senseMI skew to 288 from 272 and now I'm getting 35-38C at idle, 60C under load.

Having said that, you are never really going to know what your temperatures are, but with the offset we are already in that boat only with senseMI skew adjusted, now you won't get throttling or the crazy fan oscillations.
I have the ASUS Prime X370 so don't have the same tools in the BIOS to play with. I idle at 27° C with my brand new H110i on my 1700X@3.85Ghz. It is running around 58-62° C loaded with SETI. So far I am just using the H110i with the default fan settings. I have made some custom curves but they really aren't all that different from default it appears.

Does the CH6 have any fan smoothing function? The Prime does and can be used to get rid of fan speed oscillation by increasing hysteresis.
Edited by Keith Myers - 4/19/17 at 12:39am
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Originally Posted by CeltPC View Post

Yes Realbench stress does freeze / stutter. That is why I switched to OCCT for stressing the system.

Thanks for the feedback. Do you use an NVMe SSD as system drive?
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And that probably has to do with it not being an "update" for you.
From a clean install its probably fine, but doing it the update way has commonly yielded negative effects probably caused by it not agreeing with programs and drivers already installed when you update.
And, I dont feel like clean installing just yet or dealing with the highly likely wonky update issues.
"Updates" for Windows 10 are clean installs which migrate all your existing data over.
None of your drivers etc. persist.
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Thanks for the feedback. Do you use an NVMe SSD as system drive?

Yes, a 960 EVO.
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