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post #11241 of 16819
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Originally Posted by CeltPC View Post

No definitely not, as Thaiphoon sees the same problem.

Ah, I see.

Maybe @Mumak can shed some light?

It certainly doesn't show in HWiNFO.
post #11242 of 16819
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

Ah, I see.

Maybe @Mumak can shed some light?

It certainly doesn't show in HWiNFO.

Here is what UEFI reads:







post #11243 of 16819
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Originally Posted by geoxile View Post

I believe I have performance boost disabled, anything having to do with auto performance boosts I disabled them all. Maybe that's why I haven't seen XFR. But it'd be nice to get some clarification for this.

Are you still using offset? I was using it up until I read about the failed boost issue and personally I had no problems with failed boosts after stress testing on y-cruncher and setting my voltage appropriately. That said I'm using manual at 1.4V now just in case there is some failure in the future.

This discussion we had several pages back maybe the "magic bullet" to solve overvolting when on PState OC and AMD CBS reset but Extreme Tweaker does not biggrin.gif .

So CPB off.





Is ~1.000V biggrin.gif . So if AMD CBS reset it would be 1.000V + offset which I use is +162mV = ~1.162V biggrin.gif .

With CPB on CPU is using PB/XFR, so will go to 1.35V and if borked boot happen, with offset, = ~1.5V .


With CPB off, CPU in OS for single thread only boost to 3000MHz. This fits perfectly with what I had been saying before that in the case of R7 1700 when we change PState 0 from [Auto] to [Custom] the 1185mV is ceiling of VID/VOLTAGE.

We have also seen VID is ceiling when lowering PState 2 to reduce idle voltage which has increased due to offset used for PState 0 OC to stabilise.

Am now gonna start switching off rig on 3.8GHz PState OC, but gonna have CPB off biggrin.gif . Come thee borked boots I am ready! biggrin.gif .
Edited by gupsterg - 4/24/17 at 2:18pm
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post #11244 of 16819
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

Ah, I see.

Maybe @Mumak can shed some light?

It certainly doesn't show in HWiNFO.

Here is what UEFI reads:









There are other discrepancies as well, such as which slots are reading the part number.
post #11245 of 16819
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Originally Posted by ggdfdgd3 View Post

Was "some time" longer than 60 seconds? Maybe increasing the timeout value even further would be the solution? It's possible to change the range of values accepted through the registry too though I'm not sure if windows would actually use a value that's over the default range. To uncap the value range you need to change ValueMax to 0xffffffff after which the timeout values can be set to 1569325055 milliseconds (~18 days). Here's the updated .reg files that do this too: NVMeIdleTimeoutRegistryTweaksv2.zip 2k .zip file

Gonna try this myself now and continue testing, hopefully this is it so there would be one less thing to worry about


Im on creators and got only 1 option even tho used both tweeks but even in registry i dont have that key for second option. Made it so much beter i was about to make a post I JOINED Windows 10 Stutter club biggrin.gif


Btw. For those on Samsung NVMe thats driver i'm using had 2 dig internetz to find it 05/08/2016 afaik there is no never one than this if so give me a shout.
https://ufile.io/i73v6



Basically Your fix with this driver Fixed my Stuttering under Aida IBT ect smile.gif Ofc IBT still freezes pc but it always did same on x99 w8.1 so thats that But Aida is properly fixed smile.gif
Edited by lordzed83 - 4/24/17 at 2:26pm
post #11246 of 16819
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Originally Posted by CeltPC View Post

Here is what UEFI reads:









There are other discrepancies as well, such as which slots are reading the part number.

Ah, OK, it goes deeper then. Doesn't sound good.

I'm on 1002 BIOS with F4-3200C14-8GTZR x 2
post #11247 of 16819
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

Ah, I see.

Maybe @Mumak can shed some light?

It certainly doesn't show in HWiNFO.

Reading SPD is a matter of correct interpretation and following the spec.
If HWiNFO doesn't show issues and the BIOS is showing correct values too, then I believe it's a bug in both CPU-Z and Taiphoon.
post #11248 of 16819
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Originally Posted by Mumak View Post

Reading SPD is a matter of correct interpretation and following the spec.
If HWiNFO doesn't show issues and the BIOS is showing correct values too, then I believe it's a bug in both CPU-Z and Taiphoon.

See my post just above yours, please, we probably were cross posting.
post #11249 of 16819
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Originally Posted by CeltPC View Post

+ Rep to Voodoo Jungle of Thaiphoon Burner. He saw that Thaiphoon was not reading my SPD's, did a new version, and notified me. It worked. I have never seen a developer respond to an issue like this, particularly as I did not assume the program was at fault or message him. Outstanding.

That just leaves me with the problem itself. I am thinking of returning both 16GB kits and ordering a 32GB kit. Here is the weird SMP stick.


What version of Thaiphoon Burner did you get? 0.4.1.3 is the latest 10.0.0.2 build on the website.

post #11250 of 16819
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Originally Posted by CeltPC View Post

See my post just above yours, please, we probably were cross posting.

Sorry, just saw those screenshots from BIOS. That looks indeed wrong - probably a problem with readout of DIMM SPD EEPROM.
Can you please run a let's say 3 times HWiNFO in Debug Mode and attach the Debug Files produced? I will then check the raw data to see what's going on there.
You might also try to use the RW-Tools and dump SPD data a few times. Then check the difference - for a particular module the content should not change. And if you have the same modules then the raw data should differ only by serial numbers and checksum.
Edited by Mumak - 4/24/17 at 2:30pm
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