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Originally Posted by dorbot View Post

Powershell said use ".\" preceding the command due to not being allowed to run it in this location. Normal elevated command prompt (not Powershell) from a folder in the root of C\: does not require the ".\" but gives an identical error to the one below.
Ok in an elevated powershell I get..

C:\users\me\desktop\zenstates> .\asuszssrvman.exe /install
Installing AsusZsSrv ...

Unhandled Exception: System.InvalidOperationException: Exception occurred while initializing the installation:
System.IO.FileLoadException: Could not load file or assembly 'file:///C:\users\me\desktop\zenstates\AsusZsSrv.exe' or one of its depen
dencies. Operation is not supported. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131515).
at System.Configuration.Install.ManagedInstallerClass.InstallHelper(String[] args)
at AsusZsSrvMan.Program.Main(String[] args)


Very illuminating I'm sure, lol.

Will have to try to replicate this somehow, which OS and version?

You can also try this method http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8164859/install-a-windows-service-using-a-windows-command-prompt
post #10612 of 28878
@Benus74

Thanks for info smile.gif , +rep thumb.gif .

@kaseki

Not my rig mate wink.gif , post says "image courtesy of Serchio", his rig wink.gif . I did mention/tag him so fingers cross he will read your questions and reply smile.gif .

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Wow, being away from the forum for 2 days and got 500+ messages to read !!! guys calm down... I can't keep up here wink.gif

@Raja@ASUS do you think there could be a way to measure the correct ProcODT on my mobo using a DMM?
I know that you have to do some tweaking and long testing, but as this is a resistor value, I thought that maybe by measuring voltage and amperes at some precise points on the mobo I could then find the correct value smile.gif (the famous Ohm's law: R = V / I)
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Hello

Short answer, no.

Longer answer. Look up VSWR on web for background. Get multi-GHz-capable sampling oscilloscope. Look at traces performing transmission line to RAM and minimize ringing by setting ProcODT.

Or do like Raja suggests in a subsequent message and experiment.
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Powershell said use ".\" preceding the command due to not being allowed to run it in this location. Normal elevated command prompt (not Powershell) from a folder in the root of C\: does not require the ".\" but gives an identical error to the one below.
Ok in an elevated powershell I get..

C:\users\me\desktop\zenstates> .\asuszssrvman.exe /install
Installing AsusZsSrv ...

Unhandled Exception: System.InvalidOperationException: Exception occurred while initializing the installation:
System.IO.FileLoadException: Could not load file or assembly 'file:///C:\users\me\desktop\zenstates\AsusZsSrv.exe' or one of its depen
dencies. Operation is not supported. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131515).
at System.Configuration.Install.ManagedInstallerClass.InstallHelper(String[] args)
at AsusZsSrvMan.Program.Main(String[] args)


Very illuminating I'm sure, lol.

I recompiled it and maybe found the error. Can you redownload the files and try again?
post #10615 of 28878
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Fluctuating voltages at start-up is not something I'm aware of, but the software readouts can fluctuate up to 30-40mV without the actual output doing this. The issue is if you lower VID in P0 and then add an offset, because when the settings get reset you get default VID with the offset still applied. I recommend manual mode when overclocking to be 100% safe.

@elmor So this problem should only occur when you lower the Pstate default VID right? If VID is left at default the voltage shouldn't overshoot into dangerous territory?
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@elmor So this problem should only occur when you lower the Pstate default VID right? If VID is left at default the voltage shouldn't overshoot into dangerous territory?

Correct, lowered P0 VID + added offset voltage smile.gif
post #10617 of 28878
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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.

Wow, How? What exact settings in bios?
post #10618 of 28878
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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. *It's required to enable HPET or your system might act strange.

ASUS ZenStates v0.1


Nice app, thank you thumb.gif

Unfortunately it doesn't downclock when changing Ref Clock which I need to get my Samsung E-Die past 2667 MHz. sadsmiley.gif

Is it just me?
post #10619 of 28878
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Originally Posted by des2k View Post

Nice app, thank you thumb.gif

Unfortunately it doesn't downclock when changing Ref Clock which I need to get my Samsung E-Die past 2667 MHz. sadsmiley.gif

Is it just me?

Which BIOS? If you set P0-P2 to Custom under AMD CBS, but keep the original value, you should still get down clocking in the OS.
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0003 bios, running my ram at the rated speed with bclk overclocking

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