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Originally Posted by Naeem View Post

everyone i seen on you tube was able to do 4.0 ghz its only me maybe i am not doing it right ? and if it don't do 4.0 atleast it a fail for me

I don't mean this as harsh as it probably sounds, but that is a ridiculous attitude to have.

NINJA EDIT: Also, most (almost all?) claims you see on Reddit, YouTube, wherever, who claim 4.0Ghz at stupidly low voltage would most likely fail the stress tests people on here run.
Edited by SpecChum - 4/24/17 at 4:58am
post #11122 of 16997
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

Well, that's gigabyte for a start lol

Seriously tho, don't get me started on aura issues, I had to RMA my board.

I had this issue as well tho.

Try going into bios, then, without changing anything, press F10 and enter, see if that brings them back.

Edit: it's the Aura app causing this, is setting your lights to off when the pc is off for some reason, then when you load windows and the Aura service starts again, it's turning them back on.

Nice ninja edit, funny thing, i not once in the entire month ive had this have installed the aura app, ive installed ZERO asus apps on this pc seeing all the bugs and issues people are having. Happened out of the blue after i updated to w10c, still happening after a clean install so im guessing something changed itself in the BIOS somehow but why would a reset fix it you know. It is what it is, ill try the f10 enter later, if i restart to get into BIOS will already be working so no point.
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

I don't mean this as harsh as it probably sounds, but that is a ridiculous attitude to have.

NINJA EDIT: Also, most (almost all?) claims you see on Reddit, YouTube, wherever, who claim 4.0Ghz at stupidly low voltage would most likely fail the stress tests people on here run.

True as well but the ones we see on youtube are all press kits, guessing most of em are very early release probably even engineering samples or cherry picked for press kits?

Its how amd is and the same with their gpus, they'll get it close to the edge and back it down and give you no OC room.
    
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everyone i seen on you tube was able to do 4.0 ghz its only me maybe i am not doing it right ? and if it don't do 4.0 atleast it a fail for me

Basic rule: Processors are rated for a given speed. Anything above that is a bonus. Just because everyone around you gets a LARGE bonus does not mean you will be that lucky.
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I don't know how or when it happened, but apparently my voltage spiked to 2.950V according to HwInfo.



I'm overclocked via P-States to 3.9Ghz using +0.3125 offset and LLC 3. Was this caused by using LLC 3 and should I lower it LLC 2?

EDIT:

I've checked the Vcore read out from HwInfo (not SVI2) and it's max voltage read was 1.395V. So which is more accurate?
Edited by Spartoi - 4/24/17 at 5:23am
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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.


Still doesn't apply when system wakes from sleep.

Thanks for you efforts, I put in the time to overclock using the stock P1 and P2 voltages.

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I don't know how or when it happened, but apparently my voltage spiked to 2.950V according to HwInfo.



I'm overclocked via P-States to 3.9Ghz using +0.3125 offset and LLC 3. Was this caused by using LLC 3 and should I lower it LLC 2?

EDIT:

I've checked the Vcore read out from HwInfo (not SVI2) and it's max voltage read was 1.395V. So which is more accurate?

That is a software bug and it reports higher voltage than actual: http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/710#post_25909619
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Still doesn't apply when system wakes from sleep.

Thanks for you efforts, I put in the time to overclock using the stock P1 and P2 voltages.


Currently the software runs as simple auto start application. I guess it would be better as planned task on every login event, or something like that.

Edit: But as it is running as service: The Windows service handler has its own events for suspend- and shutdown actions.
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Still doesn't apply when system wakes from sleep.

Thanks for you efforts, I put in the time to overclock using the stock P1 and P2 voltages.


So if you sleep and resume, the applied settings are reverted to defaults?
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Basic rule: Processors are rated for a given speed. Anything above that is a bonus. Just because everyone around you gets a LARGE bonus does not mean you will be that lucky.

i am on overclockers,net asking for people to tell me if it by chance a bad chip for overclocking as i might send it back i know what basic rule is that is somthing AMD would tell me didn't expected it from you guys all i wanna know that it's my chip and not ther motherboard as if a new cpu comes and that one does same thing and than i had to get my motherboard replaced
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That is a software bug and it reports higher voltage than actual: http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/710#post_25909619

So should I ignore the SVI2 CPU Core voltage and only look at the Vcore voltage?

Side note: Can anyone explain why my 1700x boosts to 4.0Ghz on all cores when it is clocked at 3.9Ghz? I'd love to run at 4.0Ghz but when I tried the amount of voltage was too high and yet I frequently see in in HwInfo that my CPU has boosted to 4.0Ghz. Shouldn't XFR be disabled and doesn't that only apply to one core? The boost I'm getting is on all cores but it seems to be random because it doesn't boost when stress testing.
Edited by Spartoi - 4/24/17 at 7:46am
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