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So, should I return my 1800X and get a 1700 so that I have only one temperature and the correct one so there is no fake cpu shut off? Or is the next bios going to fix this issue or at least give an option to make them the correct lower value on X chips? You just can't have chips thermally shutting off 20C too soon, that is RI****INDICKULUS.

Asus needs to go by tdie not tctl on X chips, that is why the fans are way to ramped up and Aura temperature light is always red even at idle. You can't just use 20C higher than your real cpu temp for everything, @ASUS STAFF are you guys working on fixing this?
Edited by hotstocks - 4/26/17 at 7:23pm
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Originally Posted by hotstocks View Post

So, should I return my 1800X and get a 1700 so that I have only one temperature and the correct one so there is no fake cpu shut off? Or is the next bios going to fix this issue or at least give an option to make them the correct lower value on X chips? You just can't have chips thermally shutting off 20C too soon, that is RI****INDICKULUS.

or you can change your sense mi offset to make tctl temp read lower smile.gif Try setting it to 280, with sense mi skew enabled or auto.

AMD is supposedly going to remove the x series offset in a future update. Tho i don't remember where I read that at.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/26/17 at 7:25pm
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P.S.

I think you have been trying out various bios revisions. I notice you are now on a 2T version. 083? Probably not the best for your memory, which should do 1T just fine. Remember, it not just about frequency. You may find better performance on a 1T timing.

How do I change to 1T? Is that what's messing me up?
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I've been made aware of an issue on a friend's new build (CH VI, Ryzen 5, etc) that I'm hoping someone in this community can help figure out.

I can't seem to find the Min/Max Processor States (%) in any of the power plans in Windows 10. I've been searching for an answer, but haven't come up with anything solid. Can't set up Pstates properly if Windows won't allow minimum % adjustments.

Bios is currently reset to optimized defaults.



Thanks.

I believe you may be set to a fixed frequency for your CPU. Windows will "see that" and therefore not show those options. Try your P-States setting, then look at your power plan again. It may well be there then.
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I'm gonna give 82 a shot.
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I believe you may be set to a fixed frequency for your CPU. Windows will "see that" and therefore not show those options. Try your P-States setting, then look at your power plan again. It may well be there then.

Ok, thanks. Will set up pstates and check Windows afterwards. Might have approached this backwards.
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How do I change to 1T? Is that what's messing me up?

Your Command Rate is set by the bios version you are using. If you changed to 083, for instance, you will be on 2T. I believe you experienced your best results with another version. I would suggest returning to the bios version that had the best outcomes for your particular setup. Being on a 2T UEFI may well not be the root cause, but as you know what has worked better, do that again.
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Your Command Rate is set by the bios version you are using. If you changed to 083, for instance, you will be on 2T. I believe you experienced your best results with another version. I would suggest returning to the bios version that had the best outcomes for your particular setup. Being on a 2T UEFI may well not be the root cause, but as you know what has worked better, do that again.

Here's hopping in the next bios they add the option to change between 1-2.
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Originally Posted by CeltPC View Post

Your Command Rate is set by the bios version you are using. If you changed to 083, for instance, you will be on 2T. I believe you experienced your best results with another version. I would suggest returning to the bios version that had the best outcomes for your particular setup. Being on a 2T UEFI may well not be the root cause, but as you know what has worked better, do that again.

Ez update progress bar isn't moving anymore, I'm scared to restart and have a brick... what do I do? It's been 10 minutes...


Edited by alucardis666 - 4/26/17 at 7:42pm
post #11799 of 17579
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or you can change your sense mi offset to make tctl temp read lower smile.gif Try setting it to 280, with sense mi skew enabled or auto.

AMD is supposedly going to remove the x series offset in a future update. Tho i don't remember where I read that at.

Ok I tried Enabled and Auto, and raised it from default 272 to 280 and it did absolutely nothing.
Hwinfo still reports two different temperatures 20C apart like before. Any other ideas or values?
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Ok I tried Enabled and Auto, and raised it from default 272 to 280 and it did absolutely nothing.
Hwinfo still reports two different temperatures 20C apart like before. Any other ideas or values?

it doesnt matter that there are still 2 temperatures, as long as the tctl changed. You can just ignore the tdie reading.
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