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Yes, Q-Code stays at 30 when woken. Doesn't change back to OC code.

Can you try if this version fixes it? ASUS ZenStates 0.2.1
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an 1800x that needs 1.46 for 4ghz to avoid errors in realbench is a baddie.

Dont really know what to think about RealBench Stress-test and the WHEA Errors it throws!

Few days ago i tested these errors for a while and didn't really get a perfect sense about it.
No errors when running:

AIDA64 (>1hr) // Y-cruncher // CineBench multiple runs // IBX // RealBench Benching // +4hr Gaming // Intensive PC usage...

but when trying Realbench stress-test, i got often WHEA errors, even when i push way more voltage then needed for above tests/benches.
Edited by majestynl - 4/24/17 at 6:44am
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

Can you try if this version fixes it? ASUS ZenStates 0.2.1

Same thing. Just in case, after running the uninstaller for the previous version, I rebooted, ran ccleaner to clean up any registry files and rebooted again before installing the new version.

Works just fine on reboot, but my q-code still stays at 30 when waking from sleep, and my pstates reverted to stock.

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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Dont really know what to think about RealBench Stress-test and the WHEA Errors it throws!

Few days ago i tested these errors for a while and didn't really get a perfect sense about it.
No errors when running:

AIDA64 (>1hr) // Y-cruncher // CineBench multiple runs // IBX // RealBench Benching // +4hr Gaming // Intensive PC usage...

but when trying Realbench stress-test, i got often WHEA errors, even when i push way more voltage then needed for above tests/benches.

More voltage cured my WHEA errors for Realbench.
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Can you try if this version fixes it? ASUS ZenStates 0.2.1

How can I use the tool? I set the values and nothing happens. Do I need to change something in the BIOS also?
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More voltage cured my WHEA errors for Realbench.

Same here and i didn't even need to use that much more voltage either.
    
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Same here and i didn't even need to use that much more voltage either.

Yep, one notch up on vcore gets rid of WHEA errors reliably for me.
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More voltage cured my WHEA errors for Realbench.

I know i can get them disappear but why that much difference with other applications!
Even different behavior when starting the RB tests from long time idle vs hot loops!
Anyways... i do have mixed feelings about it..

Edit: i need + 0.03 more voltage for error-free on RB stress-test compared to Error free on AIDA / IBX / Y-cruncher / CB Multiple runs....
Edited by majestynl - 4/24/17 at 7:06am
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Can you try if this version fixes it? ASUS ZenStates 0.2.1
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Originally Posted by S1L3N7D3A7H View Post

Same thing. Just in case, after running the uninstaller for the previous version, I rebooted, ran ccleaner to clean up any registry files and rebooted again before installing the new version.

Works just fine on reboot, but my q-code still stays at 30 when waking from sleep, and my pstates reverted to stock.


So I just did another quick test for you @elmor

The settings seem to only stay upon reboot. If I start up from a cold powered off state, I stay at a Q-Code 40 at all stock P-States until I re-apply with ZenStates.
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I know i can get them disappear but why that much difference with other applications!
Even different behavior when starting the RB tests from long time idle vs hot loops!
Anyways... i do have mixed feelings about it..

Edit: i need + 0.03 more voltage for error-free on RB stress-test compared to Error free on AIDA / IBX / Y-cruncher / CB Multiple runs....

.03 is NOTHING in voltage, i would def add that to it, WHEA errors are hardware related errors so its a sign of things to come.
    
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