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post #11261 of 17055
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Originally Posted by ggdfdgd3 View Post

After some more testing sadly I've confirmed the stuttering still isn't completely gone. I did however notice something I hadn't noticed before; I got a warning in RealBench just when the stuttering started about running low on ram and something about the pagefile. I was running with "Up to 16GB RAM" (have 32gb) I'm gonna try temporarily disabling the page file next and see if that fixes it.

What NVME drive u got and have you installed drivers for it ?? Iw set my time for 10 minutes long enuff tongue.gif


Just seen u posted stock and samsung drivers no cahnge hmm. At lest its better before Aida in my case wal like freeze fest !!!
post #11262 of 17055
How do I undo the Zen State program? I was playing with it on 3.9. I deleted the folder, and reloaded my saved OC profile on the board, but it's stuck on 3.9.
post #11263 of 17055
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Originally Posted by ggdfdgd3 View Post

Sadly it didn't completely get rid of the problem for me after some more testing. I also tried to disable the page file completely and that didn't help either sadsmiley.gif

There's something more to this than that but it certainly seems to have something to do with how windows 10 handles NVMe SSD's. I've tried both the Samsung NVMe driver and the stock windows driver and that didn't change anything.

NVMe drivers on W10 are kinda buggy right now....not sure how much Ryzen plays into it.
post #11264 of 17055
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Originally Posted by Mumak View Post

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.

I've done 3 runs, not allowing me to post on here for some reason, JSON error.

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AipiGCTl1HL_g6EtM-EvaXSISw_21A
post #11265 of 17055
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Originally Posted by malitze View Post

+rep for the stutter fix, after a quick test it seems I am rid of it. Thanks mate thumb.gif

Sadly it didn't completely get rid of the problem for me after some more testing. I also tried to disable the page file completely and that didn't help either sadsmiley.gif

There's something more to this than that but it certainly seems to have something to do with how windows 10 handles NVMe SSD's. I've tried both the Samsung NVMe driver and the stock windows driver and that didn't change anything.
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Originally Posted by lordzed83 View Post

What NVME drive u got and have you installed drivers for it ?? Iw set my time for 10 minutes long enuff tongue.gif


Just seen u posted stock and samsung drivers no cahnge hmm. At lest its better before Aida in my case wal like freeze fest !!!

I didn't try this tweak with the stock driver yet, gonna try that now smile.gif Hopefully the reason this didn't seem to fix the problem for me was that the timeout changes only apply when using the stock windows driver. I did try the stock driver before but without this tweak.
post #11266 of 17055
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Originally Posted by XEKong View Post

How do I undo the Zen State program? I was playing with it on 3.9. I deleted the folder, and reloaded my saved OC profile on the board, but it's stuck on 3.9.

Not sure if you ran the uninstaller but I did notice it doesn't delete the server file from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run

Run regedit and delete it manually.
post #11267 of 17055
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Originally Posted by ggdfdgd3 View Post

Sadly it didn't completely get rid of the problem for me after some more testing. I also tried to disable the page file completely and that didn't help either sadsmiley.gif

There's something more to this than that but it certainly seems to have something to do with how windows 10 handles NVMe SSD's. I've tried both the Samsung NVMe driver and the stock windows driver and that didn't change anything.

I got another idea. Im running extra volts on SB 1.075 and VDDP 0.960 try that ??


Odd i got option and 10 minutes on samsung driver lol freeking windows 10 man.... and dont have that SECOND power plan option at all even tho creators lololol
post #11268 of 17055
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Originally Posted by lordzed83 View Post

I got another idea. Im running extra volts on SB 1.075 and VDDP 0.960 try that ??

I'm currently using 0.95 SOC and other volts apart from vcore on auto, gonna try increasing the SOC voltage next if switching to the standard nvme driver doesn't help and if that doesn't help either probably gonna give a shot to increasing the other voltages although I've been hesitant to mess with those. Thanks for the tip smile.gif
post #11269 of 17055
I'm coming over from the Gigabyte thread to ask a question.

While trying to reach 3600Mhz RAM (Usually by setting BCLK to 135) I get QCode 15 pre-Post. This should mean that the Northbridge/SoC initialization failed. Has anyone ran into this problem? What would be the solution?
post #11270 of 17055
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

Not sure if you ran the uninstaller but I did notice it doesn't delete the server file from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run

Run regedit and delete it manually.

I deleted it, and still stuck at 3.9
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