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post #10971 of 16756
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Originally Posted by TwoBeers View Post

With HPET off you can cheat scores in CB, CPU-Z, etc. by entering "sleep" and come back from it. Looks like your "BCLK down" setting is doing the same.

is it really HPET off cheating the scores? or is HPET on cheating the scores redface.gif I think the cenebench run should let on that its an actual performance gain, or does cinebench go by some weird calculation and not how fast the processor completes the task? I certainly don't know for sure, but what I do know is HPET off + bclk change + sleep = doom.

Whats needed is some gaming benchmarks done in this scenario do come to better conclusion.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/23/17 at 7:05am
post #10972 of 16756
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Originally Posted by 1nterceptor View Post

The same thing happens to me as well, only i have 2x8Gb G.skill 3000mhz cl15 (sammy e-die). I cant get both sticks to work above 2133mhz no matter what i try. @2133mhz pc boots fine (takes a bit longer to post - probbably due to mem training), when i load up win10 (CU) system shows 16Gb - but only 8 available. The other 8Gb is HW reserved rolleyessmileyanim.gif. I'm on 0083 atm, my CH6 came with 0902 and i flashed it shortly after to 1002. Don't know what to do, the only thing i haven't tryed is procODT but somehow i doubt it will help as the loose latencies and higher voltage did nothing. But i am willing to try...

That happened me with my Phenom II system, HW detected 16Gb but only 12Gb usable (4x4Gb sticks). Turned out that one stick of ram was not seated properly.

post #10973 of 16756
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Originally Posted by 1nterceptor View Post

Don't know what to do, the only thing i haven't tryed is procODT but somehow i doubt it will help as the loose latencies and higher voltage did nothing. But i am willing to try...

Hello

The accessible memory timings have no impact on an incorrect ProODT setting. Memory voltage will impact ODT only if the reflections are marginally over the limit of stability.
post #10974 of 16756
On Asus support site, QVL list shows F4-3200C16Q-32GFX (4*8GB at 3200MHz).
It's weird because I thought that having 4 DIMMs was a disadvantage vs 2 DIMMs.

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM4/CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO/CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO_DRAM_QVLforAMDRyzenProcessors_0316.pdf
post #10975 of 16756
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Originally Posted by psychok9 View Post

On Asus support site, QVL list shows F4-3200C16Q-32GFX. 4*8GB at 3200MHz.
It's weird because I thought that having 4 DIMMs was a disadvantage vs 2 DIMMs.

It is, somewhat. 32gb in 2x16 or 4x8 and 64gb in 4x16 work so long as you relax the timings a bit, and use likely lower DRAM ratios. How much relaxation needed depends on lottery. QVL isn't and end-all either. Kit thats on there may be poop for you, Kit that isnt may work like a charm, such as the should-work 2x8 samsung B kits that are on the QVL needing to be relaxed with lower ratios for some.
post #10976 of 16756
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Originally Posted by Gadfly View Post

New personal best CB15 for me tonight (1912). I almost have 4.2 stable (Fails prime after 66 min), I just don't want to go over 1.43v...

http://i.imgur.com/AMaNhYj.jpg

Validation from that run:

http://valid.x86.fr/vt2nhc

That chip is amazing! Could you post your settings and refinements since last time?
post #10977 of 16756
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

Can someone check if this version works when changing P0 ratio with HPET disabled? If you have the previous version installed, you need to remove the service first by running uninstall.bat.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/iqob7psr3zzvttk/ASUS_ZenStates_v0.1b.zip

bit late but Does work. All setting's work in my case windows 10 HPET off.


BTW. U scared everyone off noone even thinks about asking for new bios smile.gif BTH With fantastic job done on 081 i could stay on this till Zen 2 comes out. Very stable small bugs that dont bother me much smile.gif
post #10978 of 16756
Ran The Division benchmark in DX12 with a few different bclk and target freq settings with HPET off:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



4022mhz, 101.2 bclk (initial boot)


4149mhz, 101.2 bclk



4026mhz, 98.8 bclk


4001mhz, 98.8 bclk


4149mhz, 98.8 bclk


Seeing a tiny increase in fps by reducing the base clock, not so much with increasing the frequency.
Not nearly as much of an improvement as with synthetic benchmarks.
post #10979 of 16756
QUESTION!!!

Which Ram kit should I go with?

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820232488

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820232492

Mainly doing premier, after effects, and gaming. thumb.gif
post #10980 of 16756
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

QUESTION!!!

Which Ram kit should I go with?

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820232488

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820232492

Mainly doing premier, after effects, and gaming. thumb.gif

With the 3600mhz kit, you have a high ability to hit the 3200mhz kits speed and timings, 3600mhz with relaxed timings and bclk increasing (if youre lucky). With the 3200mhz kit you'll have to relax the timings are run at 2666 or 2933 or ratios for the timings.
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