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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

Extreme Tweaker Core Performance Boost may knock it out, I have not tried changing that from [Auto] or viewed it for options.

I would check but am still on TPU MemTest64 run just to see if it show any error on RAM, HCI MemTest did not for me on ~6hr run.

My rig only does borked boot from shutdown and startup. A reboot is no issue.

Also if on your rig is working for "Sleep" mode is working use that. I have had no borked "Resume" from "Sleep" in over 2 days. I am on 3.8GHz PState 0 OC with 3200MHz C14 1T via UEFI. My rig at full shutdown with mains active to PSU is ~4.0W power draw from wall. "Sleep" mode is only ~5.0W, that extra 1.0W is inconsequential considering I have 0 hassle now and instantaneous "go to" desktop.
Sleep is great when all my devices have zero issue waking from sleep. On my previous setup some of my external audio devices wouldn't wake. I haven't tested on the Ryzen system yet.
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So I used bclk oc to get to my rated speeds on the ram and I also set the PCIe for the GPU on gen 3 in the bios because it automatically dropped to gen 2 when I used bclk. I haven't read any info about this and if it is safe or not, so is it?
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I think it's just dependent on your RAM/CPU. I can't get mine to run at 3200 with anything less than 1.1v. Granted that was on 1001. I might work on it this weekend, but I'm sort of at the point where I'd like to use my system not tinker with it so much.

Yes, I think CPU IMC is a big factor here. Well, all my B-Die is good, so I can replicate it with FlareX 3200C14, TridentZ 3600C17 and TridentZ 3600C17.
Next I want to try 2x16 B-Die, but the price is too high, so I'm still considering it.

The tests above are all air. I don't even set DRAM boot voltage, it just cold boots next day without resetting. Maybe I'm just lucky with the CPU.
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So I used bclk oc to get to my rated speeds on the ram and I also set the PCIe for the GPU on gen 3 in the bios because it automatically dropped to gen 2 when I used bclk. I haven't read any info about this and if it is safe or not, so is it?

Don't think it makes it less safe than what it is at gen2. If it runs and your hw can handle it, then why not.
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Sleep is great when all my devices have zero issue waking from sleep. On my previous setup some of my external audio devices wouldn't wake. I haven't tested on the Ryzen system yet.

Yes mate plenty members have issue with "Sleep", been noting the posts. Sorry nothing to share to help. Fingers crossed yours is AOK smile.gif .

I had issue on clean install of W7 Pro with 0 "bloatware", etc, etc. I was on 0902 at the time, ie older microcode/SMU FW, etc.

On W10 Creators edition clean install with 0 "bloatware, etc, etc it's working. UEFI 0079, 0081, 0082, as you aware has newer microcode/SMU FW, etc, etc.

In both cases above I changed nothing in UEFI relating to "Power Saving" etc. I changed nothing in OS relating to "Sleep" either.

W10 PP has "Hybrid Sleep" active.
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Hello

One needs to use the right tool for the right job. DOS based Memtest has been irrelevant for several years now when testing for in-operating system memory stability. With the exception of cache-memory interaction having a minor influence on testing HCI tests the memory subsystem only. Experience in tuning and an understanding of the components will dictate which test needs to be used to uncover and correct any instability of the system.


I run Everything for hours and hours. From PRime custom runs blends 3d marks on loop realbench on loop aida on loop. Only thing Extra i use that noone does here is 10 hours of CyberlinkPowerdirector 4k encoding as last test. Got saved few projects for that single purpose..

Passed EVERYTHING besides this new Memtest thats why im amazed biggrin.gif


You got anything better to test purely Memory sticks give it to me biggrin.gif
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my
1700x
crosshair hero
and g skill trident z rgb ram 32gb 4 x 8gb 3000mhz

came today i put up the system it boots on stock speed

ram =2133mhz and cpu @ 3.4 ghz

and i tested cinebench r15 and only got like 933cb


so i tried to overclock it but unable to do anything even Asus own software failed to overclock it just crashes on any overclock and voltage i went upto 1.38v with 39 core ratio


i have updated the bios to latest from Asus website
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Hello

Short answer, no.

Hehe, that was kind of expected... but I have had to ask wink.gif
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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.

OK ok, got it, I'll put my DMM back in the drawer smile.gif
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Don't mean to stifle your enthusiasm, but, you cannot measure this with a DMM. These are tiny networks are on the CPU and the DRAM ICs. You'd need to use a suitable oscilloscope and probes (big $$$$$$) to check the associated signal lines for ringing.

Anyway, have fun tuning.

Yep yep, gonna tune this little guy smile.gif
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Any update on the new amd chipset drivers making any improvements?
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TPU MemTest64, enabled for more RAM than my HCI MemTest, same rig settings.

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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




Massive thanks for this i can finally have 8x.1.6ghz on windows where as i mentioned and u know it pc would not boot if i changed p02 in bios. Another reason 2 buy this great motherboard biggrin.gif
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