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post #10541 of 17221
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Originally Posted by Targonis View Post

The big May update will improve the ability to clock memory to 3200 and beyond. There is a definite chance that future updates will improve overclocking, but at this point, I wouldn't expect a clear yes or no answer. Keep in mind that there are two parts to this, you have AMD working to release AGESA updates, and those updates are then taken by motherboard makers and rolled into the BIOS releases we get from Asus. The 0079-0083 BIOS versions are based on AGESA 1.0.0.4a I believe. 1.0.0.5 is the one that many believe will "fix" the ability of most of us to run our memory at 3200MHz easily.

Keep in mind that a lot of overclocking is a function of the CPU itself, and then there is the connection from CPU to the rest of the system. BIOS updates can do only so much, and a new chipset or CPU would be needed to address certain limitations that MIGHT be holding things back.
I can already set my Trident Z F4-3200C14D-16GTZ at 3600 Mhz CL13 via BCLK OC.
My question was related to CPU frequency OC.
post #10542 of 17221
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Originally Posted by Ashura View Post

which led(s) is the 0d stuck with? white? green? or both?

Mine was both white & green, the culprit was the HDMI Cable, switched to a DVI cable & it booted up fine.

Because of your suggestion I decided, why not try switching to an HDMI cable from the DVI cable? It worked!! Weird that the DVI cable went just as I was playing around in the bios, But I guess weird things happen. You saved me from what was probably going to be a not fun experience with newegg or an RMA. Thank you!
Edited by serfeldon - 4/21/17 at 6:35am
post #10543 of 17221
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Originally Posted by jhmorpheus View Post

I have an asus rog ch6 motherboard with bios 0083 and my ram only shows 2133 no matter what settings i change. Before i was able to get my ram to change. Any one have any idea why or what i can do to fix it? I even tried the automatic settings for ram in the bios.

Go into the BIOS, aim for 2400 and after you save and reboot, go straight into the BIOS and verify if the memory is running at the 2400. 2133 will happen if you try to clock your memory and things were not stable. ProcODT setting(under advanced and the UMC if I remember correctly. I am at work at the moment). Also, make sure to change your retry attempts from 1 to 3 or 5(older BIOS versions were set to 5 by default, so if it took a couple of attempts to train memory, it would get there).
post #10544 of 17221
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

Ok will check.
No I haven't heard anything like that. F9 then 0d or are you stuck at 0d with boot device LED on? You could try reseating the CPU as well.

Because of one of the users suggestion in this thread I decided to try switching to an HDMI cable from my DVI cable? That worked! I guess it was just a fluke I was adjusted fan curves when the DVI cable went bad. Anyways I am super happy I don't have to RMA!
Edited by serfeldon - 4/21/17 at 6:34am
post #10545 of 17221
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Originally Posted by Crysis90 View Post

I can already set my Trident Z F4-3200C14D-16GTZ at 3600 Mhz CL13 via BCLK OC.
My question was related to CPU frequency OC.

And I responded on that front as well. I am sure work is going on at AMD to let people get the most out of their Ryzen CPUs, but there are limits on what a BIOS update can do on its own.
post #10546 of 17221
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

Beta software for P-state overclocking from OS

Can set P0/P1/P2 frequency and voltage, and is able to loading settings at boot. Should work on W7/8/10 x64. If you're on W7 you might have to install .NET 4.0.

To install, just run the main executable AsusZenStates.exe and it should take care of it.

ASUS ZenStates v0.1


This looks fantastic. I can't wait to try it tonight. Hopefully Windows won't scream about it in the event viewer.
post #10547 of 17221
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

Beta software for P-state overclocking from OS

Can set P0/P1/P2 frequency and voltage, and is able to loading settings at boot. Should work on W7/8/10 x64. If you're on W7 you might have to install .NET 4.0.

To install, just run the main executable AsusZenStates.exe and it should take care of it.

ASUS ZenStates v0.1


Like that's cool and all, except p-state OC only barely works right now...
post #10548 of 17221
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Originally Posted by Targonis View Post

Go into the BIOS, aim for 2400 and after you save and reboot, go straight into the BIOS and verify if the memory is running at the 2400. 2133 will happen if you try to clock your memory and things were not stable. ProcODT setting(under advanced and the UMC if I remember correctly. I am at work at the moment). Also, make sure to change your retry attempts from 1 to 3 or 5(older BIOS versions were set to 5 by default, so if it took a couple of attempts to train memory, it would get there).
I looked an i can't find that procodt setting at all.
post #10549 of 17221
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Originally Posted by Targonis View Post

but there are limits on what a BIOS update can do on its own.
Sure.
But mine was just a question. wink.gif
post #10550 of 17221
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Originally Posted by r4m0n View Post

Beautiful app :-)

Just a note: on the first time running it installed the service, but failed to detect it afterwards. Running the app again worked fine.

Could you document the service interface, or have a simple command line version? This would be handy for some automated testing.

Is there any chance this could be updated in the future to actually adjust the BIOS settings
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

Beta software for P-state overclocking from OS

Can set P0/P1/P2 frequency and voltage, and is able to loading settings at boot. Should work on W7/8/10 x64. If you're on W7 you might have to install .NET 4.0.

To install, just run the main executable AsusZenStates.exe and it should take care of it.

ASUS ZenStates v0.1


Is there a chance this can be used to set the BIOS settings for us at some point in the future(so it wouldn't need to be run except when we want to make adjustments from within Windows)?
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