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Originally Posted by geoxile View Post

I believe I have performance boost disabled, anything having to do with auto performance boosts I disabled them all. Maybe that's why I haven't seen XFR. But it'd be nice to get some clarification for this.

Are you still using offset? I was using it up until I read about the failed boost issue and personally I had no problems with failed boosts after stress testing on y-cruncher and setting my voltage appropriately. That said I'm using manual at 1.4V now just in case there is some failure in the future.

Will test stock with CPB off and report back smile.gif , but it won't be for at least another ~2hrs redface.gif .

Yes, I use offset mode. My savior is "Sleep" mode. Manual I would use but I'm being a stickler to wanting down volting redface.gif .

Yeah I pass a lotta stuff for a lotta hours. I have narrowed it down to memory training = borked boot for me. Strange as for ~week or so on this new CPU and lower SOC with 3200MHz I never had borked boot issue redface.gif . Same UEFI for before issue and after it started happening redface.gif . Now it doesn't matter if I use 0902 or newer I will get issue intermittently on shutdown and restart (mains active to rig). I have increased SOC from 0.950V to 0.975V. Stock for my CPU is 0.875V. I loath to give the RAM more than 1.35V as I am at rated speed/timings. Even 1.35V set in UEFI is 1.375V for RAM on ProbeIt point. Upping VCORE does not help either. Tested ProcODT as well redface.gif . Passed ~6hrs/1000% HCI MemTest, doing TPU MemTest64 now for same hours redface.gif .
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Will test stock with CPB off and report back smile.gif , but it won't be for at least another ~2hrs redface.gif .

Yes, I use offset mode. My savior is "Sleep" mode. Manual I would use but I'm being a stickler to wanting down volting redface.gif .

Yeah I pass a lotta stuff for a lotta hours. I have narrowed it down to memory training = borked boot for me. Strange as for ~week or so on this new CPU and lower SOC with 3200MHz I never had borked boot issue redface.gif . Same UEFI for before issue and after it started happening redface.gif . Now it doesn't matter if I use 0902 or newer I will get issue intermittently on shutdown and restart (mains active to rig). I have increased SOC from 0.950V to 0.975V. Stock for my CPU is 0.875V. I loath to give the RAM more than 1.35V as I am at rated speed/timings. Even 1.35V set in UEFI is 1.375V for RAM on ProbeIt point. Upping VCORE does not help either. Tested ProcODT as well redface.gif . Passed ~6hrs/1000% HCI MemTest, doing TPU MemTest64 now for same hours redface.gif .

Gup, try also what helped for me. Maybe you will have luck with it.
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Same here. I'm on Win10 CU and am not having any issues between it and AI Suite 3. Note that my current setup (1800X, F4-3400C16D-32GTZx2, 960 PRO 1TB) is not overclocked as I'm waiting for the next official BIOS update w/AMD's AGESA update.
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

Will test stock with CPB off and report back smile.gif , but it won't be for at least another ~2hrs redface.gif .

Yes, I use offset mode. My savior is "Sleep" mode. Manual I would use but I'm being a stickler to wanting down volting redface.gif .

Yeah I pass a lotta stuff for a lotta hours. I have narrowed it down to memory training = borked boot for me. Strange as for ~week or so on this new CPU and lower SOC with 3200MHz I never had borked boot issue redface.gif . Same UEFI for before issue and after it started happening redface.gif . Now it doesn't matter if I use 0902 or newer I will get issue intermittently on shutdown and restart (mains active to rig). I have increased SOC from 0.950V to 0.975V. Stock for my CPU is 0.875V. I loath to give the RAM more than 1.35V as I am at rated speed/timings. Even 1.35V set in UEFI is 1.375V for RAM on ProbeIt point. Upping VCORE does not help either. Tested ProcODT as well redface.gif . Passed ~6hrs/1000% HCI MemTest, doing TPU MemTest64 now for same hours redface.gif .

If your memory isn't stable try higher SOC voltage. I raised it to 1.050V and I haven't had a problem. My boot problems disappeared and I don't get anymore BSODs. Also try y-cruncher's NTT tests.
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

I recompiled it and maybe found the error. Can you redownload the files and try again?

Yeah. OS is windows 10 just recently updated to creators. version 1703 build 15063.138
I had to do something else for a while. And French dinners take millennia. I'll try it now.

Cheers.
Edited by dorbot - 4/21/17 at 12:41pm
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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post

Weird Im on the creators update and ai suite is working fine.

Well, I loaded from the image I used for my Ryzen setup(Anniversary update), installed AI Suite and no trouble. Update to Creators and got a BSoD, followed by the whole attempt to automatically repair loop, failed. Could not go back to previous build, could not system restore(no restore points). So, loaded from image again, upgraded to Creators, installed all drivers, installed AI Suite, BSoD, and same result, the need to reload from image.

In theory, it might be a problem with my Adaptec 8405 RAID controller, but I was on anniversary update for over a month with AI Suite without a problem. Without AI Suite, all is stable, no BSoD issues on Creators Update.

I am not using anything tricky, as I mentioned, 99.8 at stock 36 multiplier, or 38.75 and no trouble.
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I'm skipping so many pages here but I don't care. ANYTHING that involves Linux support, count me in. 100% of my work, including my day job, requires Linux. My biggest benchmark/stability test is compiling AOSP and the like and if we can get even a basic *nix application that can tune settings on the fly, I'd be all over that and absolutely down to help wherever it's needed.

*continues to drool at the thought of Linux OC support*
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

TPU MemTest64, enabled for more RAM than my HCI MemTest, same rig settings.


Thanks, finally a Windows mem test tool that doesn't totally suck. This seems to try to allocate a continuous memory block though, so it may have problems with other programs running (memory fragmentation). Can only allocate 6 GB when Firefox is running on my system. Also my system crapped out when allocating the maximum (28 GB it was), and trying to open another application - could have something to do with Fury X system memory allocation.
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Hi,

I registered to report this, what just happened to me on the 0083 BIOS.

After trying to get a stable OC at another BCLK value, I reverted back to auto settings to do some more investigation on the matter as I wasn't having a lot of success.

I run 2 monitors and on my second monitor I have AIDA64 running with a OSD console that shows me all the voltages and clock speeds, temperatures, watts, etc etc of my system. because I'm paranoid and want to know everything all the time.

I noticed that SoC voltage was 1.45v.. shocked as I was I immediately rebooted and went in to the BIOS and put it on manual voltage of 1.0v.
Then went back in to windows, checked the SoC value again and it was 1.52v!

I switched off the PC completely and did a BIOS reset.
Now i'm running at defaults and SoC has returned to normal.

It was a serious scare... I hope it was just AIDA misreporting... but I got slight doubts...

So I guess as a warning, watch those voltages/temps constantly when OC-ing and even when not OC-ing. This being BETA BIOS and all.
post #10670 of 12359
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Originally Posted by r4m0n View Post

Managed to "port" @elmor's ZenStates app to Linux with his help: http://www.r4m0n.net/uploads/zenstates.py

You'll need to "modprobe msr" first, and it'll need root access as well (it works by writing to the CPU registers).
Code:
usage: zenstates.py [-h] [-l] [-p {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7}] [--enable] [--disable] [-f FID] [-d DID] [-v VID]

Sets P-States for Ryzen processors

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -l, --list            List all P-States
  -p {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7}, --pstate {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7}
                        P-State to set
  --enable              Enable P-State
  --disable             Disable P-State
  -f FID, --fid FID     FID to set
  -d DID, --did DID     DID to set
  -v VID, --vid VID     VID to set

I take no responsibility whatsoever if you accidentally set your VID to 0 and fry your CPU, so use with care :-)

Also, /proc/cpuinfo and derived stats don't change to reflect the edited FIDs, but if you run anything that directly calculates the CPU clock, you'll see the changes (like 7z's benchmark mode).

If anyone is interested in more features, lemme know and I'll stick it into github.

Nicely done, might as well put it up on github so it has a public home thumb.gif

Isn't that only changing the pstate on core 0?
Edited by jugs - 4/21/17 at 1:04pm
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