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So I guess a current bug with 082 is that half the memory is sometimes not usable?

Hello

Not a bug. Training is not successful on both modules when only one is reported as usable..
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Are you placing both DIMMs in the same channel (A1/A2 or B1/B2) or one on each? The way you wrote made it sound like you are placing them in A1/B1 or some other mix. Dual channel works with both DIMMs in the same colored sockets.


A1 and B1 for me, the black slots. I suppose I could move them as per the manual, A2 and B2 the grey ones. Dont think it makes a difference what colour you use. But I could try it.

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Thanks again. As to other utilities, while waiting with bated breath for Elmor, how about taking on the challenge of emulating CPU-Z? biggrin.gif

Crossover Linux shows the actual CPU-Z scored as one star, which I suspect means it doesn't really run under Wine.

Sadly, else than a direct port to Linux by the authors, getting CPU-Z working on Linux and reporting anywhere near the same benchmark results is pretty much unfeasible.

Making it run under Wine would already be quite hard, as it probably accesses several low-level routines to get all the information it needs, and those are unlikely to be emulated right now.

It's probably better to stick to multiplatform tools for benchmarking like y-cruncher, and hope we can get the sensors working soonish (in that I'll try to help a bit).

Are you referring to "lmsensors"?
     
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Are you referring to "lmsensors"?

That too. It's more of a front-end, really, most of the readings come from kernel drivers of the multiple sensors around. The it87 has recently added support for the SIO chip on the C6H, but most voltage readings are still quite wrong. Else than that we need a new driver for the EC to get the proper core voltage and PLL info at least. Sooo much stuff to do...
    
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Inputed 1.145 soc in bios (0081 bios)....ended up getting 1.45 SOC somehow. Didn't notice right away, had it like that for 35 mins. System is still working (changed to .9 now)
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OOPS

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root@ryzen:~/y-cruncher v0.7.2.9468-static# zenstates -p0 -f A5 -v 1F
Current P0: Enabled - FID = A5 - DID = 8 - VID = 20 - Ratio = 41.25 - vCore = 1.35000
Setting FID to A5
Setting VID to A5
New P0: Enabled - FID = A5 - DID = 8 - VID = A4 - Ratio = 41.25 - vCore = 0.52500

I better test this stuff better before releasing XD

Already fixed in github, btw
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Are you referring to "lmsensors"?

That too. It's more of a front-end, really, most of the readings come from kernel drivers of the multiple sensors around. The it87 has recently added support for the SIO chip on the C6H, but most voltage readings are still quite wrong. Else than that we need a new driver for the EC to get the proper core voltage and PLL info at least. Sooo much stuff to do...

And to complicate matters, I think it has been reported here that changes made to one of the voltages causes changes to the temperature reports. This suggests that the temperature sensitive diodes are deriving their currents from a voltage that can be set at the whim of the user. tch tch.
     
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Inputed 1.145 soc in bios (0081 bios)....ended up getting 1.45 SOC somehow. Didn't notice right away, had it like that for 35 mins. System is still working (changed to .9 now)

Didn't you do that in like 1002 bios as well redface.gif or was it someone else..
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Didn't you do that in like 1002 bios as well redface.gif or was it someone else..

Nope.
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Is anyone using an AM3+ cooler with this board? Did you need to use the old screws or were the new ones fine?
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