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I'll give this a shot. Ty

That was with a 16gb 2 stick set tho. GL with that smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

Have you tried going back to using a setup P0 in bios and using Zenstates along with?

I don't know if Zenstates is doing a good job (or designed to do) of activating selected Pstates when Pstates aren't already activated and you weren't using them before using zenstates. That would be an Elmor question.

My first attempts with ZenStates were with the Pstates set up in the bios, but then again, that was with version 0.1. As soon as I updated to 0.2.2, I set bios Pstates to Auto based on feedback in this thread.

I'll give that a shot and will report back tonight. Thanks for the suggestion.
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ZenStates does not work anymore. In bios BCLK is 102, offset minus voltage, all pstates auto. CPU speed is sitting 100%. Is there something I could try? Uninstalling does not seem to do anything for ZenStates. HPET is enabled in Windows 10 even WinTimerTester show 14,3 MHz clock. I have 0079 bios with AGESA 1004a.

I have the same issue with any BCLK over 100. I'm on bios 0081, HPET is off.
post #11703 of 17131
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

I've flashed both sticks using the database version and my SPD's are now good, but I'm still getting CRC error.

Does yours still show that?

Oh, heh, it looks like the database version of F4-3200C14-8GTZR has a CRC error in it, the checksums are wrong.

Can be correct in TB tho.
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I'll give this a shot. Ty

Try 1.4v boot voltage for dram and 1.375v for 24/7 use as well, I'm also using 1.15v soc.
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Oh, heh, it looks like the database version of F4-3200C14-8GTZR has a CRC error in it, the checksums are wrong.

Can be correct in TB tho.

There's an option under EEPROM to correct the checksums when using the full version.
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Aaah I dont have those sticks. Where did you find the Cyclic Redundancy Check result? I wondered what you were on about and am hoping the F4-3600 entry in the database does not have an error too. 

 

Could you clarify a bit, walk us through?

 

Edit:

Nevermind, found it. Its displayed on the bottom line of the TB window. Also found the option to correct in the EEPROM menu..

But seems fine anyway.


Edited by dorbot - 4/26/17 at 1:16pm
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Aaah I dont have those sticks. Where did you find the Cyclic Redundancy Check result? I wondered what you were on about and am hoping the F4-3600 entry in the database does not have an error too. 

Could you clarify a bit, walk us through?

Just open up the .thp file you got and go to "Report", should be under SPD Protocol.
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I'd like to point something out about this video. Take a look at the guys shirt. Let that sink in.... 1600w or bust smile.gif

Ha, I noticed that Tim referenced JonnyGURU in regard to the T-shirt - my favorite website for power supply reviews. I have an EVGA G3 850 - the combination of build quality, mythic level test results, decent price, and compact size for this build made me go for it. When you see a 9.8 jonnyGURU score, you know it's a hell of a power supply. Seasonic was the only alternative I considered, the prime series are awesome.
post #11709 of 17131
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Originally Posted by Clukos View Post

There's an option under EEPROM to correct the checksums when using the full version.

I know yeah, I meant corrected above.
post #11710 of 17131
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Ha, I noticed that Tim referenced JonnyGURU in regard to the T-shirt - my favorite website for power supply reviews. I have an EVGA G3 850 - the combination of build quality, mythic level test results, decent price, and compact size for this build made me go for it. When you see a 9.8 jonnyGURU score, you know it's a hell of a power supply. Seasonic was the only alternative I considered, the prime series are awesome.

EVGA G2 1600 supernova here smile.gif
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