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Any word on next official bios release date?

It was one day sooner than when you asked that biggrin.gif
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Does anyone else have problems with USB units, especially card readers?

I have multiple card readers from Lexar that have always worked flawlessly, but after the Ryzen/CH6 upgrade, they disconnect randomly, all the time. It's really killing me, as I'm a professional photographer, and it makes it really messy to import files. It doesn't matter if I use a 3m USB extension, or plug them diretly into the motherboard.
What ports do you use? There are USB 3.0 chipset, USB 3.0 CPU, USB 3.1 Asmedia and USB 3.1 chipset (if you've got a fitting cable for the front-panel connector).
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Another behaviour I observed that I did not expect:

Currently running 106.2 BCLK for a mild 3400 RAM overclock. While I use to have some weird instabilities that I thought were related to my GPU I started testing different settings for the PCIE generation. I noticed that with this BCLK Auto results in Gen 2 as described by the OC guide. But when "forcing" Gen 3 by setting it directly it will actually fall back to Gen 1 effectively.
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not sure if this has been posted... but amd released new chipset drivers: https://support.amd.com/en-us/download/chipset?os=Windows%2010%20-%2064

Who wants to be the first guinea pig biggrin.gif
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not sure if this has been posted... but amd released new chipset drivers: https://support.amd.com/en-us/download/chipset?os=Windows%2010%20-%2064

Who wants to be the first guinea pig biggrin.gif

Saw that earlier today, but it din't say much about any change, except the Ryzen Powerplan. So I'm waiting for any good or bad news and then decide to install it.
I think it doesn't change anything except the Powerplan (and maybe some bugfixes, for bugs I'm not aware of).
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With the way the platform is setup currently, getting 3200+ often requires a kit that is binned for a higher frequency. For me, getting DDR4-3200 stable with 32GB requires the use of a DDR4-3600 kit (Intel validated kit, not AMD). Also note, I'm using UEFI build 0079 for my results. And one last thing is that the SoC voltage can be sensitive, with higher values resulting in instability (same as when it's set too low).
Hey Raja, what high SoC voltages have you noticed instability at? I ask since the Crosshair is autoing to 1.15v's on its own with 2933 / 3200 frequencies when set.
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Okay a few observations:

0082

I have been struggling to boot my F43000C14D-32GTZ at anything above 2666 mhz strap. Having said that, I could run it at 3200MHz overclock with 2666 strap, 120.2bclk. Today I reset all settings and started fresh. 2933 strap, DRAM boot 1.4v, ProcODT 80ohm, 18-18-18-18-38 timings (loose). SUCCESS! POST! BOOT!

I increased the bclk until it wouldn't boot any more and backed it down 1mhz; final value of 111.0 with ram 3254mhz. Increased multiplier to 37.0, 4105mhz, 1.45v. I still have room to play with timings, but I got a CPU-Z validation at my record clocks thus far.

http://valid.x86.fr/hc9l4n

Just want to let everyone know to not give up. ProcODT has been a godsend.
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not sure if this has been posted... but amd released new chipset drivers: https://support.amd.com/en-us/download/chipset?os=Windows%2010%20-%2064

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Originally Posted by badhairguy View Post

Okay a few observations:

0082

I have been struggling to boot my F43000C14D-32GTZ at anything above 2666 mhz strap. Having said that, I could run it at 3200MHz overclock with 2666 strap, 120.2bclk. Today I reset all settings and started fresh. 2933 strap, DRAM boot 1.4v, ProcODT 80ohm, 18-18-18-18-38 timings (loose). SUCCESS! POST! BOOT!

I increased the bclk until it wouldn't boot any more and backed it down 1mhz; final value of 111.0 with ram 3254mhz. Increased multiplier to 37.0, 4105mhz, 1.45v. I still have room to play with timings, but I got a CPU-Z validation at my record clocks thus far.

http://valid.x86.fr/hc9l4n

Just want to let everyone know to not give up. ProcODT has been a godsend.

Try HCI Memtest

I have similar RAM (f4-3200c14d-32GTZSW) and was able to boot with ProcODT 96 and 80, but the RAM threw errors immediately
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