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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?
Yup I can but nope, did the same thing with the new download, the one that is 354 KB uncompressed with the 21:43:17 timestamp.

I'll try it using the other method that was posted earlier.
I suspect it is some demon that is particular to my machine.

I wouldn't bust your nut over it Elmor, I'm sure you have better things to do.
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Also I had a starting problem again but using the hairdryer on the PSU only, seemed to make it go.
Annoying as it is the most expensive PSU I have ever owned and it seems to be about as keen to wake up as I am in the morning...
Edited by dorbot - 4/21/17 at 1:04pm
post #10672 of 17435
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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.

Thanks. It will be a while before I can use this, but I will store it for then.

Does this require kernel 4.10 or higher? I believe that was the first kernel to incorporate Ryzen parameters.
     
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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?

Here you go: https://github.com/r4m0n/ZenStates-Linux

I'm changing the MSR on the first CPU/Core, yeah. AFAIK, those settings are shared, but I'll test some more to be sure.
    
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Thanks. It will be a while before I can use this, but I will store it for then.

Does this require kernel 4.10 or higher? I believe that was the first kernel to incorporate Ryzen parameters.

Developed and tested on 4.6, so I'm pretty sure anything that has the MSR module should run, and that should be QUITE old.
    
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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.

Did you do a CMOS reset with the button on the I/O board or just the reset to default optimal settings in BIOS?
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post #10676 of 17435
@ Elmor

The other install method yielded this result.

C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319>installutil.exe c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.exe
Microsoft (R) .NET Framework Installation utility Version 4.7.2046.0
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.


Running a transacted installation.

Beginning the Install phase of the installation.
See the contents of the log file for the c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.exe assembly's progress.
The file is located at c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.InstallLog.
Installing assembly 'c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.exe'.
Affected parameters are:
logtoconsole =
logfile = c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.InstallLog
assemblypath = c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.exe
No public installers with the RunInstallerAttribute.Yes attribute could be found in the c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.exe assembly.

The Install phase completed successfully, and the Commit phase is beginning.
See the contents of the log file for the c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.exe assembly's progress.
The file is located at c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.InstallLog.
Committing assembly 'c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.exe'.
Affected parameters are:
logtoconsole =
logfile = c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.InstallLog
assemblypath = c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.exe
No public installers with the RunInstallerAttribute.Yes attribute could be found in the c:\zenstates\asuszssrvman.exe assembly.
Remove InstallState file because there are no installers.

The Commit phase completed successfully.

The transacted install has completed.

C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319>



But when running AsusZenStates.exe gives the same "error installing service" message.
I'll do a reboot.
post #10677 of 17435
I noticed that it does NOT change P02 volts in my case at least. And does not apply settings at startup either gotta open and do it manual way.

But this could be due to having Custom state set in bios ??
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Still the same "error installing service" after reboot and I cant see asuszssrvman in the list of services in task manager.
Oh well. Such is life.
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I'm not being really dumb and assuming HPET is on by default in the bios when its not, am I. I had a quick look for it but couldn't find it in the bios.
And wintimertester showing queryperformancefrequency of 14.3.....MHz seems to suggest its is working.



On an unrelated subject, about half the time on 0003 only 8 of my 16 gigs of ram are usable. POST screen shows 8Gb not 16Gb and windows says only 8 of 16 is usable.
I cant say with any certainty if it is any worse or better in this regard than any other bios.
In the bios one stick is at 14 14 14 14 34 and the other channel is at some other much looser set of timings.
Its fine on the next boot but its a bit weird.

My rig is full of demons and gremlins I tells ya!
Edited by dorbot - 4/21/17 at 3:10pm
post #10679 of 17435
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Originally Posted by geoxile View Post

Did you do a CMOS reset with the button on the I/O board or just the reset to default optimal settings in BIOS?

After I saw this insane high SoC, I turned it off and pressed the button on the back. cleared all of CMOS.
post #10680 of 17435
I have an apparently stable (one hour of Prime95, 67°C) 4.0ghz all-cores overclock on my 1800X. vcore is 1.40, vsoc 1.0, 32gb of ram running at 2666mhz, blck 100. Do you feel that this is reasonable for long term usage (hopefully I'll be able to get a faster ram frequency in the future, too)?
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