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Is 1.9v PLL considered high for a bclk overclock of 135?

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^ completed a super pi test at 135 bclk oc + 2666 strap to get 3600Mhz cl16 on the ram. But I had to increase the pll voltage and I don't know what is considered safe or not smile.gif

Also, HWMonitor is reporting max voltages of 2.790 for both ram and cpu, I'm on the latest bios (0003), should I worry about that?

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Maybe it's a software bug, 2.7 seems way too high.
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Is 1.9v PLL considered high for a bclk overclock of 135?

1m6ob5.png

^ completed a super pi test at 135 bclk oc + 2666 strap to get 3600Mhz cl16 on the ram. But I had to increase the pll voltage and I don't know what is considered safe or not smile.gif

Also, HWMonitor is reporting max voltages of 2.790 for both ram and cpu, I'm on the latest bios (0003), should I worry about that?

35yqbe.png

No, but note increase/decrease in PLL voltage from 1.8v has the effect of altering your CPU tctl temperature reading.
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No, but note increase/decrease in PLL voltage from 1.8v has the effect of altering your CPU tctl temperature reading.

So the temperature readings are incorrect if I increase the pll voltage? Is it a noticeable difference?
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So the temperature readings are incorrect if I increase the pll voltage? Is it a noticeable difference?

Yes they'll be incorrect, and its quite noticeable. Drop it down to 1.7 v and you'll be close to/below 10c. less noticeable increases from increasing PLL voltage. For me raising it from 1.8 to 2.0v had the effect of ~8c increase on the reading.

Note while the temp isn't really increased, just the reading, it will effect how hot you can really get your processor as Throttling (or CPU shutdown) will begin based on the incorrect reading, or fail to begin if your temperature reading is on the abnormally low side.
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post #10855 of 17244
Hey guys,

Sorry for the dumb question but I have just got my C6H today and there is ALOT of information to go through here.
What is the newest BIOS available here at the mo?

As well I was wondering if anyone elses RGB has stopped working? When I first started the PC up the RGBs and the strips plugged into the headers worked but now I have nothing. They are enabled in the BIOS.

And last thing, what speed should I be able to run my F4-3600C17D-16GTZR at?

Thanks
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Do I need to reinstall windows when going from an fx 8350 board to crosshair vi with ryzen? Or will windows 10 take care of the switch?

I did it in w10 from Phenom X4 to Ryzen, and it works. But so I intalled other new disk SSD pcie that its my OS actually. Other HD is secundary now, but I can started with it from Bios or key funcion F. Sometimes w10 updates give a headache.
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My experience with both versions.

0.1 initial release:

With HPET off, It still changed voltages and frequencies. HOWEVER, it caused other things to go haywire, such as my monitor blacking out periodically and my kbd multi-typing single key presses. But, it changed the frequencies and voltages according to HWinfo (which also started having stuttered polling).

With HPET on, it works totally fine.

0.1b

HPET off, the changes function as 0.1 with HPET on, without the crazyness.


Either:

Conflicts with AI suite 3 (not surprising) as in AI suite 3 won't show the new P0 frequency, even tho it is showing the correct multiplier.

This program only works with BIos 0079 an go on or so with 1002 oficial from Asus website?
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Hey guys,

Sorry for the dumb question but I have just got my C6H today and there is ALOT of information to go through here.
What is the newest BIOS available here at the mo?

As well I was wondering if anyone elses RGB has stopped working? When I first started the PC up the RGBs and the strips plugged into the headers worked but now I have nothing. They are enabled in the BIOS.

And last thing, what speed should I be able to run my F4-3600C17D-16GTZR at?

Thanks

1 - Start with the 0081 BIOS, depending on how your memory reacts, you might try 0083 as well (2T command rate, vs 1T on 0081)
2 - Some people had issues with the LEDs as well, the newer BIOS may help with that as well, but it seems AURA software isn't working right
3 - You *might* get that memory up to the rated speed, but right now that will require quite a bit of BCLK increasing. Around 3400 is more reachable, and you probably should be able to run it at 3200 with decent timings on 100 BCLK. See if you can boot at 3200 with manual timings of 18-18-18-38 and work from there
    
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This program only works with BIos 0079 an go on or so with 1002 oficial from Asus website?

It should work on 1002 as well. Just make sure you turn on HPET and you should be alright.
    
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post #10860 of 17244
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This program only works with BIos 0079 an go on or so with 1002 oficial from Asus website?

That you will have to ask Elmor, but he never specified as much so i assume it's not bios version dependent. Tho how you want to run your Pstate is. before 0079 you cant alter Bclk in extreme tweaker as Pstate wont work if you do, while 0079 and beyond you can.
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