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post #11201 of 17075
I get those random pauses under load or even sometimes playing youtube videos micro pauses making voice sound like robots. I am on Win 10 Anniversary, so it is not just with Creators.


Also to the Asus employees,

One thing that is real annoying and should be easy to fix is the motherboard RGB lighting when set to temperature is completely useless because it is always red. Even idling at 35C with a water cooler it is red because 35C on an X chip is read as 55C. So either the code needs to take in account the fake +20C or it should be like Corsair Link software where you can change the slider values for green, yellow, and red temperatures. I would like to look into my case window and see red ONLY when the cpu or motherboard is hot and loaded, not when idling. When idling it should be green, minimal load should be yellow, only full loads should be red.
post #11202 of 17075
Oh and to the guy thinking his 1700X is bad, well here's the thing about Ryzen chips and youtube/forum guys.
I have an 1800X that I think is bad because it maxes out at 3.95ghz with 1.45v LLC 3 in order to pass an hour of
all four stress tests I use. However it can pass everything for an hour EXCEPT IBT crashes the computer off
in 7-20 minutes. But I can probably do 4ghz at 1.4v LLC 3 if I didn't care about IBT passing. Now I'm not the guy
who says IBT needs to pass for 8 hours or 24, lol, but it should pass one 10 pass run at maximum for me to consider
it totally stable for everyday 24/7 use, because even though it may never happen, I don't want corrupt data, freezes, or
crashes when I happen to being running a crazy similiar load as IBT in the future. So everyone saying they get 4ghz
is very relative to how stable you want your computer and how many volts you are willing to pump into it. I have no
problem putting in 1.45v LLC 3 and expect the chip to last a long time, seeing as running stock/auto it pumps move than
that, hell up to 1.52v I have seen. And if my Ryzen doesn't last 5 years I don't care, it will certainly last 2 years for me to get Ryzen gen 2, which I will want anyways. That said I wouldn't pump 1.5v into it to get 4ghz over 3.95ghz, makes no sense.
post #11203 of 17075
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Originally Posted by Johan45 View Post

Most likely need more core voltage. I find the harder I push the ram I need to add core to compensate
I am giving it a try now. Others reported about DDP and PLL helping with RAM and BCLK OC, but that doesn't seem to make any difference, same goes for SOC. So maybe VCore does indeed help with this combination of CPU and RAM OC.
post #11204 of 17075
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Originally Posted by BUFUMAN View Post

I have also no issues, so far set Proc0Dt to 53ohm, Vdimm Voltage 1.34v or 1.35v, Soc to 0.975v.

Can some one explain what happens whe i rise Pro0Dt? Change of subtimming?

Regards

Something happend, without changing any settings.

Cold Start bug, reset OC setting,

RGB Lights dont go off anymore after shutdown....

WT*..

Cleared CMOS, did not help....
post #11205 of 17075
Hi,
AMD reported back regarding my BSOD in Windows 10x64 caused by the RAID driver.

The new AMD driver pack together with the correct uninstall of the old AMD drivers did the trick.

Here the essential information from AMD:
"Once you have fully updated Windows, please download and run the DDU utility which will safely and quickly remove all AMD drivers from your system. http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html

The latest Chipset drivers are available to download here > http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/chipset?os=Windows%2010%20-%2064 "

Maybe this information is useful for others.

By the way, the raid driver in this package are the same, but all other drivers are newer.
post #11206 of 17075
did u use Raid? The driver did not change any Drivers @ Windows after installing.
post #11207 of 17075
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Originally Posted by S1L3N7D3A7H View Post

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.

Anyone tried this on 1002?

I'm having no system issues so don't want to update BIOS yet.

I wouldn't mind the downclocking tho...
post #11208 of 17075
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

Anyone tried this on 1002?

I'm having no system issues so don't want to update BIOS yet.

I wouldn't mind the downclocking tho...

Elmor already stated, this will only work on BIOS' with the latest AGESA code, so 0079 and higher.
post #11209 of 17075
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Originally Posted by S1L3N7D3A7H View Post

Elmor already stated, this will only work on BIOS' with the latest AGESA code, so 0079 and higher.

Did he? I thought he just said you need HPET on if you're using 1002 or older.
post #11210 of 17075
Hi,
yes I'm using the raid drivers. Whatever changes are done in the new driver pack, it fixed my BSOD. The Windows minidump from the old driver pack stated a power state problem in the raid driver.
Now Windows is stable at the first cold boot. No more BSOD. That's the important stuff for me smile.gif
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