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Specchum i just tried it and pressing f10 and enter brings it back. I will try to shutdown and see if it comes back or if its just a bios restart/restart that fixes it. A bit weird as it just started randomly happening after i cleared cmos a few times and/or my creators update borked itself.

Edit: Nope, after a shutdown still stays off haha. Not a big deal i dont really care much for LEDs.

Have you tried recent version of Aura? dated 19th April, from Asuse web. It helped to solve my issues (heatsink RGB lights were on when PC was off, now sorted)
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Anyone elses fans fail to spin up under load after resuming from sleep?

Sorry if its been covered before.

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Anyone elses fans fail to spin up under load after resuming from sleep?
Sorry if its been covered before.

What BIOS? What type of overclocking are you doing?
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Does it work with BCLK OC?

You can't change BCLK from this application, but yes it works when setting BCLK in the BIOS. You need to set P-states to custom under AMD CBS to keep downclocking enabled though.

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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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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.

I forgot to mention the condition for it to be applied was that you have to have apply at system start checked. You can try this version which doesn't have it: ASUS ZenStates 0.2.2

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Heh just installed 0.2 and 0.2.1 is out lol

Anyway in my case it DOES NOT change volts on p03 if i want to lower it down since on offset. And till its all fixed im avoiding changing volts on Pstates in bios. Dont want to boot up again with 1.65 on core tongue.gif

Ill wait till next bios and see how that works biggrin.gif

P3? You mean P2? What are you trying to set and what do you get?
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Have you tried recent version of Aura? dated 19th April, from Asuse web. It helped to solve my issues (heatsink RGB lights were on when PC was off, now sorted)

Thats a setting in the BIOS for the rgb lights being on when PC is off. I havent downloaded any aura software at all. No reason a reset would make it work and a cold boot not, don't think its software related.
    
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Anyone elses fans fail to spin up under load after resuming from sleep?
Sorry if its been covered before.

Nope, all good here wink.gif . Otherwise I would have been moaning as usual tongue.gif .
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Some folks on Utube just like to brag, to compensate for other things. Some on this thread are genuinely sharing information and trying to help others.
There are several levels of testing your CPU:
1. does it boot to BIOS at a given speed/voltage combination
2. does it load and run Windows
3. can it run easy benchmarks as CPU-Z
4. can it run intermediate such as Cinebench 15
5. can it run torture tests such as Intel Burn-in Test for 8-24 hours
My early posts here only reported BIOS speeds such as this one:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1624139/official-ryzen-7-1800x-1700x-1700-owners-club-4ghz-club/5980#post_25955041
Now I know more. Keep reading this thread and you will also learn more as well as find links to other relevant threads.

Some silicon crystals happen to have fewer defects and can run at lower voltages (below 1.4V), but those are rare.
1800X is designed to go to 4 GHz on one thread only with momentary (milliseconds) peaks to 4100. Pushing an average 1800X to 4100-4200 on all cores is way past its design of 3600 and requires excellent water, Freon-based air conditioner or liquid nitrogen cooling (impractical other than for short-duration enthusiast runs). Besides, a 10-15% gain of CPU speed raises the total system cost.
Someone posted percentages for CPUs reaching 4GHz on all cores and it was (I believe) 75-80% for 1800X, and 20-30% for 1700.
Found that post:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1624139/official-ryzen-7-1800x-1700x-1700-owners-club-4ghz-club/7950#post_25987946



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You can't change BCLK from this application, but yes it works when setting BCLK in the BIOS. You need to set P-states to custom under AMD CBS to keep downclocking enabled though.

I forgot to mention the condition for it to be applied was that you have to have apply at system start checked. You can try this version which doesn't have it: ASUS ZenStates 0.2.2
P3? You mean P2? What are you trying to set and what do you get?

Works beautifully now elmor. Works no matter it being restarted, shut down, or put to sleep. thumb.gif




I can now highly recommend everyone use ZenStates 0.2.2 or newer for their overclocking needs. Leave your cpu voltage on auto, and all p states on auto in BIOS.
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4 GHz CPU works ITB AVX stable.

3300-CL14 RAM works ITB AVX stable.

Both combined, nope.
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You can't change BCLK from this application, but yes it works when setting BCLK in the BIOS. You need to set P-states to custom under AMD CBS to keep downclocking enabled though.

I forgot to mention the condition for it to be applied was that you have to have apply at system start checked. You can try this version which doesn't have it: ASUS ZenStates 0.2.2
P3? You mean P2? What are you trying to set and what do you get?


Ye typo p2. Well it does not change AT ALL does not matter if i upper or lower the P02 volts. Multiplier works fine down clocking works fine. does not mater if i set 0.5 or 1.2 stays at standard 0.900 + offset. In screenshot with offset it should be around 0.800

Is that cause i got only p0 custom set ?? Well cant change p1/p2 in bios or stuck with 56 code as You know.

Full fresh windows 10 HPET ON. But it was same with previous version and on windows 8.1.

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