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Sorry I'm not introduced me.

I'm R718000XSS and this would must my first post, but is the second in resply to:

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Originally Posted by Spartoi View Post

I have 2x16GB Corsair LPX RAM Version 5.39 (CMK32GX4M2B3000C15) and can overclock my RAM to 2666 via 2666 memory strap but anything above it will cause a boot-loop. I think my RAM is Hynix-based. If I wanted to overclock higher than the 2666 I'm getting, what settings should I change. Is REFCLK the same thing as BCLK? My 1700x is overclocked via P-States so I don't want to use adjust BCLK as it will remove my overclock.
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Originally Posted by NotAgain View Post

Do you have "Global C-state Control" enabled in the Advanced\AMD CBS\Zen Common Options section of the UEFI?
I'm sure that having HWiNFO polling every 100ms was interfering with this, but Vcore is constantly changing on my system using the stock Ryzen Balanced profile.

i have it enabled. if youre looking at Vcore in the Asus crosshair VI hero section of hwinfo, that vcore reading fluxuates when idling even with high performance plan.

the one and only thing ryzen balanced plan does is put a middle ground betweed windows high performance and windows balanced plans to achieve power saving levels that dont bork ryzens performance (such as the allowance of 90% parked cores in windows balanced core parking setup) and performance levels when you need it. it doesnt add any new power options.

overall, i dont think ryzen balanced power plan is perfect, and you can very well make a custom plan that does better performance and power saving so long as you can unlock all the power options and are willing to do your own tweaking.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/22/17 at 8:13am
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Originally Posted by Pimpmuckl View Post

I've got the exact same RAM as you have. I've set 1.2v SOC, 1.35 Boot- and DRAM Voltage and 80 Ohms ProcODT.

This lets me boot (and is stable!) with 2933 18-18-18-38


Thanks for it, perhaps help me,

but I have read that your voltaje SOC is very high, it must be 1,1 like a lot high, for Hynix Ic's I have readed in anterior post ProcODT must be 60 Ohms for better?
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Originally Posted by wolfpack122 View Post

Did you try manually setting the PCIE slot to GEN1 or GEN2?
Try to reinstall the display drivers. Use DDU to remove the display drivers and do a clean install.

Thanks, done as you suggested, it made no difference... I tried a completely different BCLK and couldn't get the board posted at all anymore.
I had to clear CMOS, even safe boot wasn't working no more.

After clearing CMOS, I was not able to reproduce my previous "stable-ish" OC. after pondering I noticed that the timings are now 1T.. and that even with the 0083 BIOS.
So I flashed the 1002 BIOS and then back to 0083... no change, even with the 0083 BIOS that supposed to give me 2T, still 1T... I'm kinda at a loss atm.
post #10775 of 17024
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Originally Posted by skullbringer View Post

Ok, "unblocked" the AISuite Setup.exe, still wont install. Tried downloading different versions, turned uac off and on, just does not install.

No other application behaves like this p o s, w t f?! Am I really that retarded, is there a click by click guide on how to use this abomination of a software installer?

I just want oc control from the os, PLEASE.

Do the following for each .exe file in the Install Folder (including subfolders):

  • Right click on .exe file
  • Switch to "Compatibility" tab
  • Checkbox: "Run this program as an administrator"
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Originally Posted by R71800XSS View Post

Thanks for it, perhaps help me,

but I have read that your voltaje SOC is very high, it must be 1,1 like a lot high, for Hynix Ic's I have readed in anterior post ProcODT must be 60 Ohms for better?

I would check all ProcODT values to know which one could help you!
post #10776 of 17024
Thanks. I will do it.
post #10777 of 17024
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Do the following for each .exe file in the Install Folder (including subfolders):

  • Right click on .exe file
  • Switch to "Compatibility" tab
  • Checkbox: "Run this program as an administrator"

nope, doesnt work. the cursor shows the "loading" circle for half a second, then nothing happens, no user feedback, no open process in task manager.
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Originally Posted by skullbringer View Post

nope, doesnt work. the cursor shows the "loading" circle for half a second, then nothing happens, no user feedback, no open process in task manager.

hmm, i find the article i read with same problem as you :
http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-1782754/asus-suite-iii-setup-start.html

See post from: ur6beersaway

hope this helps you 2!
post #10779 of 17024
I was working on getting a stable overclock (3500) on the memory last night while enjoying some tasty beverages (empty bottle of Sailor Jerry suggests some might have been quite a bit) and noticed my SOC was set to 1.6+v this morning headscratch.gif That was intended for the DRAM, oops lachen.gif Explains why the CPU was running warmer than normal (about 15° higher). It ran HCI all night at that setting but there doesn't appear to be any immediate signs of damage. Oh, it failed memtest by the way biggrin.gif

I resumed testing this morning with intended settings and it looks like PLL (currently 1.86) is providing some benefits to memory stability (119.2 BCLK). 1.85 was error free until 325% which was considerably better than 1.84. I haven't encountered any memory holes up to this point.
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Originally Posted by skullbringer View Post

nope, doesnt work. the cursor shows the "loading" circle for half a second, then nothing happens, no user feedback, no open process in task manager.

did you try also changing the run compatibility in the .exe's? And, make sure everything from the old 'failed' installations has been deleted. I put mine on windows 7 compatibility and run as administrator before it finally started working, as well as manually deleted everything it installed in prior fails.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/22/17 at 9:42am
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