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Originally Posted by Naeem View Post

do i need to update to 0079 first to get Micocode update or 0083 also had that update ?

As time goes on, newer BIOS versions will use the latest AGESA/microcode versions. 1.0.0.4a was used for 0079 through 0083, which is the latest. Some time in May, we will get a new set of BIOS updates based on 1.0.0.5. Note the differences between 0079 and 0083 as explained in the first post of this thread, since the RAM you have will find one of these to be "the best" for the moment.
post #11102 of 17798
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Originally Posted by arang View Post

thanks for kind reply
i did read your post before http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/8610
so my question was what degree is auto down temperature...
on sense mi skew disabled, my cpu is down at 76 degree sio, before with default cooler (not aio) my cpu is not down that temp although under sensemi skew enabled and offset 200 around

No problem smile.gif .

Do a comparison like I did. You do not need to load CPU with x264, use what you wish. Do start HWiNFO before loading CPU. Then post the screenshots, be easier to comment with those viewable.

What you need to set Sense MI Offset with Sense MI Skew [Auto] or [Enabled] only you can test and see what is right. Elmor has posted before Sense MI is a skew of temperature. So an offset that work for one person may not work for another IMO, if I have understood him correctly.
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Calling for more guinea pigs to try ASUS ZenStates 0.2 http://www.mediafire.com/file/ysz1lzvvbd2g14q/ASUS_ZenStates_0.2.zip

Adds Core/Package C-state control and some fixes behind the scenes, for example it now makes sure that the service running is the correct version.


Does it work with BCLK OC?
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post #11104 of 17798
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No problem smile.gif .

Do a comparison like I did. You do not need to load CPU with x264, use what you wish. Do start HWiNFO before loading CPU. Then post the screenshots, be easier to comment with those viewable.

What you need to set Sense MI Offset with Sense MI Skew [Auto] or [Enabled] only you can test and see what is right. Elmor has posted before Sense MI is a skew of temperature. So an offset that work for one person may not work for another IMO, if I have understood him correctly.

alright
then if i want to go above 76 like previous status,
test
i should enable sense miskew and make offset MIN value mobo temp == tidle similarily (within 2~3 degree)
then observe can go above 76
right?

i simply want to know other 1700 (with sensemi skew disabled users) also auto down that temperature rolleyes.gif
sorry for poor english
Edited by arang - 4/24/17 at 3:53am
post #11105 of 17798
Guys on the front page it says:
" EK Predator & Supremacy backplate issue

Using the EK Predator or Supremacy rubber gasket causes the board not to turn on or become unstable. Contact EK directly for a replacement. "

With all your help I got my board to work properly now but I'm still using the standard rubber gasket and backplate that came with the Supremacy. Should I change it for something? Right now everything seems to work fine but I don't want to end up with a new peoblem next week or whenever.

Also not really a board specific question but is it ok if I have my Reservoir Pump combo only mounted with 2 of the 4 screws? I only have one side screwed in to the Case the other one is just "hanging" in midair.
post #11106 of 17798
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

What Ram voltage are you using? I can replicate cold boot issue when I set the Ram voltage to high. For me the Sweet spot is 1.35-1.375v.

I'm also using vsoc @ 1.15v

Give it a try if you have set your dram voltage to high!!

voltage and timmings from my mems, CL14 1.35 tridentz rgb 3200

Will wait for next bios version, hope its fixed with the risky of 0003.
post #11107 of 17798
@arang

Accept my apologies, due to language barrier I can not understand this post fully and give a better reply.

I use R7 1700 with Sense MI Skew [Disabled], when it is [Auto] or [Enabled] I have not found a Sense MI offset which is correct in my opinion.

If you post two screenshots, with HWiNFO showing relevant data, with settings as:-

i) UEFI defaults.

ii) UEFI defaults but with Sense MI [Disabled].

Then the data in the screenshots will make it easier to comment and the language barrier will be lessened. Otherwise I will not comment anymore, as we will end up going in circles and not making any sense to one another. Again accept my apologies I mean no offense to you.
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

Calling for more guinea pigs to try ASUS ZenStates 0.2 http://www.mediafire.com/file/ysz1lzvvbd2g14q/ASUS_ZenStates_0.2.zip

Adds Core/Package C-state control and some fixes behind the scenes, for example it now makes sure that the service running is the correct version.

 

 

 

I replaced  the files in my zenstates folder with these  new ones, and started zenstates. It started first time without any errors.

Nice one.

 

I'll have a play with it later coz French lesson...

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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

Calling for more guinea pigs to try ASUS ZenStates 0.2 http://www.mediafire.com/file/ysz1lzvvbd2g14q/ASUS_ZenStates_0.2.zip

Adds Core/Package C-state control and some fixes behind the scenes, for example it now makes sure that the service running is the correct version.


Thanks. Will give it a try asap!
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Any idea why my Aurus lighting doesnt work at startup but works fine once i restart my pc?
    
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