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post #11051 of 16797
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Originally Posted by kazama View Post

Is there any fix? may 083 bios fix this? i try to find a solution, but is difficult to find something in 1000+ pages.
BIOS 0083 has the same issue and the BIOS 0003 is risky. I'm waiting for a safer beta BIOS.
post #11052 of 16797
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Originally Posted by Kildar View Post

Been there done that got the T-shirt....

System is stable.... This is probably tied to the ongoing cold boot issue.....

Hello

That's the reason for 0003 being released. With 0003 and a properly tuned system there should be no cold boot issue,.
post #11053 of 16797
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Originally Posted by FloppyDrive View Post

BIOS 0083 has the same issue and the BIOS 0003 is risky. I'm waiting for a safer beta BIOS.

Hello

No more risk then any other version.
post #11054 of 16797
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Originally Posted by FloppyDrive View Post

BIOS 0083 has the same issue and the BIOS 0003 is risky. I'm waiting for a safer beta BIOS.

It's "risky". It has an update to the EC code in it, which if interrupted may corrupt the EC and possibly brick your board (I don't think Flashback can recover from this). That said, I'm running it and it improves quite a bit the cold boot issue, and you're going to have to update the EC sooner or later. As long as your power is reliable it should be safe, the update only takes a few seconds.
post #11055 of 16797
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Originally Posted by r4m0n View Post

It's "risky". It has an update to the EC code in it, which if interrupted may corrupt the EC and possibly brick your board (I don't think Flashback can recover from this). That said, I'm running it and it improves quite a bit the cold boot issue, and you're going to have to update the EC sooner or later. As long as your power is reliable it should be safe, the update only takes a few seconds.

Hello

While EC updates don't happen with all BIOS version releases it is a common occurrence throughout the life of the product.
post #11056 of 16797
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Originally Posted by CeltPC View Post

I'm mystified. This is two kits of F4-3600C16D-16GTZR. UEFI settings for memory ATM are 1.4V for both DRAM and DRAM Boot. Timings are set to 18-18-18-38, with a speed of 2933 MHz.

Any assistance would be appreciated.
GSkill would tell you not to buy two sets of RAM even if they are the same.
I am using BIOS 0083 with F4-3600C16Q-32GTZR.
The only notable changes I have made to the settings are 3200MHz, DRAM 1.35v, VBoot DRAM 1.375v, timing 18-16-16-16-38. Check your VSOC and VDDP voltages.

The DIMM slots on this board are very tight. Maybe try reseating them carefully and maybe mix the sticks around.
post #11057 of 16797
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Originally Posted by Kildar View Post

@elmor


OK, I got a new one....

If I shutdown from Windows 10 and then hit the power button on the front of the case to start, the system will boot into 3200 Mhz for my RAM.

If I REBOOT/RESTART from Windows 10 the system will completely power down and upon self power up with power button it will fail to train and boot into 2133.

Mel

That's not new. Join the club.
post #11058 of 16797
So i am 2 days into my overclocking adventure but i have gotten nowhere.

I am trying to get a stable clock on my 1700x of 3.8 but even doing that seems to be a struggle.

So far i have,
set my cpu ratio to 38
upped the core voltage to 1.37500
upped the SOC voltage to 1.05000
and set both LLC to level 3

I thought it was mostly stable as i could run prime95 for 3 hours (wanted to do longer but had to use the computer)
but then i tried to do some cinebench runs but it cashed on the 3rd frown.gif

I have also had no luck in overclocking my ram. as soon as i change it off auto i get crashes about 10 mins into prime95
The best luck i have had with my ram is setting,
DRAM volts to 1.35
Speed to 2666
timings of 18,19,19,39
Which managed to get 3 runs of cinebench but crashed in prime95

I have also tried to get a clock of 3.9 on the cpu but it also crashes about 5 or 10 mins into a test even with upping the core voltage

I know i am probably doing something wrong just dunno what yet.
post #11059 of 16797
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Originally Posted by GrapeSlurpee View Post

So i am 2 days into my overclocking adventure but i have gotten nowhere.

I am trying to get a stable clock on my 1700x of 3.8 but even doing that seems to be a struggle.

So far i have,
set my cpu ratio to 38
upped the core voltage to 1.37500
upped the SOC voltage to 1.05000
and set both LLC to level 3

I thought it was mostly stable as i could run prime95 for 3 hours (wanted to do longer but had to use the computer)
but then i tried to do some cinebench runs but it cashed on the 3rd frown.gif

I have also had no luck in overclocking my ram. as soon as i change it off auto i get crashes about 10 mins into prime95
The best luck i have had with my ram is setting,
DRAM volts to 1.35
Speed to 2666
timings of 18,19,19,39
Which managed to get 3 runs of cinebench but crashed in prime95

I have also tried to get a clock of 3.9 on the cpu but it also crashes about 5 or 10 mins into a test even with upping the core voltage

I know i am probably doing something wrong just dunno what yet.

Just keep upping that vcore, 1.375 is still a bit low, might take you 1.4+ to get 3.8GHz stable.

It could also be the memory, but the settings look pretty decent. If you aren't sure, loose the timings some more.
post #11060 of 16797
Quote:
Originally Posted by GrapeSlurpee View Post

So i am 2 days into my overclocking adventure but i have gotten nowhere.

I am trying to get a stable clock on my 1700x of 3.8 but even doing that seems to be a struggle.

So far i have,
set my cpu ratio to 38
upped the core voltage to 1.37500
upped the SOC voltage to 1.05000
and set both LLC to level 3

I thought it was mostly stable as i could run prime95 for 3 hours (wanted to do longer but had to use the computer)
but then i tried to do some cinebench runs but it cashed on the 3rd frown.gif

I have also had no luck in overclocking my ram. as soon as i change it off auto i get crashes about 10 mins into prime95
The best luck i have had with my ram is setting,
DRAM volts to 1.35
Speed to 2666
timings of 18,19,19,39
Which managed to get 3 runs of cinebench but crashed in prime95

I have also tried to get a clock of 3.9 on the cpu but it also crashes about 5 or 10 mins into a test even with upping the core voltage

I know i am probably doing something wrong just dunno what yet.

My 1700X needs 2 more "ticks" over 1.375V to be stable. Not sure what the exact number is. If you're using offset + on the core voltage, it takes 6 "ticks" for mine to run with no Prime95 errors. I think I have my LLC on Level 2, also. Just give it slightly more volts. You're not close to 1.45V yet.
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