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Unfortunately that does not help me and the rest of the Linux users.

Which situation you have that can't be solved by keeping the P0 VID unchanged, using vCore offset to set the proper vCore for P0 and setting P1/P2 as you will?

Sure it's a lot messier to configure it that way than to just set the proper values, but the final result is the same.
    
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This is mostly AMD area of the bios and work, so the answer would be, I do believe AMD. ASUS is doing some extraordinary stuff here and very Cool! The program does work getting pass AMD's issues on exposing PStates.

I'm not sure who sets what so I just ask the single point of contact that we have. If it's AMDs fault then ASUS can't fix it until next AGESA, which isn't what I've understood thus far.

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Which situation you have that can't be solved by keeping the P0 VID unchanged, using vCore offset to set the proper vCore for P0 and setting P1/P2 as you will?

Sure it's a lot messier to configure it that way than to just set the proper values, but the final result is the same.

Well, it's not the same but it is close, granted. That's another workaround though, and not the correctly functioning pstate settings. Changing settings in P1/P2 has issues as well.
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Which situation you have that can't be solved by keeping the P0 VID unchanged, using vCore offset to set the proper vCore for P0 and setting P1/P2 as you will?

Sure it's a lot messier to configure it that way than to just set the proper values, but the final result is the same.

That works for us well in Windows but he is using Linux, is he saying that does not work in Linux? Plus isn't it better to get something that is useful to as many folks as possible which in this case would be Window users and of course Linux users also if possible. My two cents.
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That works for us well in Windows but he is using Linux, is he saying that does not work in Linux? Plus isn't it better to get something that is useful to as many folks as possible which in this case would be Window users and of course Linux users also if possible. My two cents.

I agree, as I said initially.. It's a great app and all BUT... It doesn't help out anyone using only BIOS pstate OC.
It's better than nothing for people with windows, but still nothing for everyone else.
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It's funny how you keep changing your story. First it was an issue because I didn't say it was explicitly pstates "in BIOS" were not functioning.
Now I'm toxic to the community because... I don't kiss ass enough?

The app is 100% useless to me and anyone else not using windows as I commented in my reply directly to Elmor. Him and the team behind the scenes are the reason that most people buy Asus, that doesn't mean everything that he puts out is gold, nor that one can't point out shortcomings (which he acknowledged many times).

Don't cry, it will be okay.

Elmor posts a utility to help those in the community, and you complain because you personally are not getting a benefit from it. Don't expect them to go out and make a Linux version. As I said in my last post, these features will be added to the BIOS as soon as it makes sense to do so. If being hostile and antagonistic toward the Asus employees drives them to not post, then YOU are partially responsible for that, and THAT is what is toxic.

This is NOT an Asus forum, they are not obligated to do a single thing here, and they sure as hell don't deserve to get grief for doing more than their job actually expects them to do. When it comes to this sort of thing, it isn't always about what you say, it is how you say it. Asking if/when this stuff would be added to the BIOS is fine, but being demanding that because Linux doesn't get this program is what sets a negative tone.
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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. *It's required to enable HPET or your system might act strange.

ASUS ZenStates v0.1


Can someone add this to the op?
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I'm not sure who sets what so I just ask the single point of contact that we have. If it's AMDs fault then ASUS can't fix it until next AGESA, which isn't what I've understood thus far.
Well, it's not the same but it is close, granted. That's another workaround though, and not the correctly functioning pstate settings. Changing settings in P1/P2 has issues as well.

AMD CBS is AMD stuff, ASUS to get stuff not working has to work around it, add functions/features etc. So for PStates not working 100%, look at AMD. There is no other motherboard I know of that has it working 100% and if they are working pretty much does the offset voltages as well for P0.
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Well, it's not the same but it is close, granted. That's another workaround though, and not the correctly functioning pstate settings. Changing settings in P1/P2 has issues as well.

Which issues, care to point any? They work fine here.

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That works for us well in Windows but he is using Linux, is he saying that does not work in Linux? Plus isn't it better to get something that is useful to as many folks as possible which in this case would be Window users and of course Linux users also if possible. My two cents.

It works in Linux fine as well, it's just the ZenStates app that doesn't.
    
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I agree, as I said initially.. It's a great app and all BUT... It doesn't help out anyone using only BIOS pstate OC.
It's better than nothing for people with windows, but still nothing for everyone else.

If was asus I'd tell you to just stop buying products so you could quit crapping. Gripping over officially supported stuff that isn't working is one thing, gripping over extras is just ridiculous. Talk about self entitlement.
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Can someone add this to the op?

That would be Elmor....not a bad idea for this to be added to the OP, but we shall see. Elmor may want to get more feedback before it goes "up top".
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