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I'm at 3.8 and 3200 and as happy as a lark....

I'd be tickled pink if they would just fix the cold boot issue.....
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Actually I'm running 100% stock right now, and my memory is running under it's rated max speeds. You know why....because everything is buggy and every BIOS past 1002 hasn't allowed me to even run 3200 on my ram (which was on the CVL by the way).

Overclocking is a waste of time until AMD fixes it's microcode, then I will try again.

So no, I can't run my stock build how it should run...so step off your high horse.

3200 on the memory is an overclock and not a guarantee. It is operating how AMD said it would operate, it just isn't operating how you hoped it would operate. Contrary to your results, this was the single easiest build I've ever had in the sense that I plugged everything in and it worked as advertised first try. I've spent a lot of time tinkering with the BIOS to get things where they are now (3.9ghz and 3500 RAM) but that is something I enjoy. Things are improving little by little (platform hasn't even been out two months contrary to the three months previously posted).
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Hey man, could you please share that awesome wallpaper with the rest of us eagerly waiting for VEGA? tongue.gif
That's terrific news! What settings did you use to accomplish it?
Thanks @elmor and the rest of the ASUS team for your continuing support! It's really appreciated as we do not walk in the dark smile.gif

https://www.dropbox.com/s/eic5c3nkq0xoww2/Vega%20wallpaper.png?dl=0

click the 3 little dot on the top right corner and download it wink.gif
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Just wow, we're in a great position with people like elmor allowing us to test new stuff. Yeps there are problems, for me that's a fair trade for the performance of the platform overall.

There is a solution if you don't want to play with a new platform.

elmor is doing a great job...this isn't his issue.

This is a rushed and un-finished product. There is no way around that. There isn't any excuse for 2-3 months in and things going this poorly. This is ground-breaking in levels of unfinished.

I don't know why everyone is defending AMD so hard...I'm one of the bigger AMD fanboys, but Ryzen is a buggy, rushed, should-not-be-out-right-now product.

I've been playing with new platforms for 17 years...I'm telling you this is the worst I have experienced. This has set a new "low bar" and I'm supposed to be OK with it?
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After verifying again that my CPU won't post with increased baseclock below 104.8 I again tried to get stable with this. Memory errors are not a problem but my Fury X absolutely does not like the higher baseclock. With some increase in VDDP I could get it to just BSOD instead of code 8 most of the time but in the end only lowering to PCI-E generation 2 for the 16x slot fixes this. I increased VDDP up to 1.095V, not sure if I want to try any higher.

But the lengthy freezes during RealBench reappeared to some degree even though they were mostly gone after the power plan fix. Guess this is somewhat related.

 

 

Chew recommends getting everything working with PCIe Gen1 set first. Then you can go back and start increasing pcie gen versions later.

 

My i7-2600 with a 105.8 BCLK OC would take a long time to start the first section of realbench on the first run. I found that after the gimp screens start to appear, if you stop the run and restart it and it would all run smoothly without the delayed start

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ProcODT plus the retry count are your friends. By default, 0083 will only try to train memory once before it either works or fails(resetting back to 2133). Try a ProcODT of 80 and giving it at least 3 attempts to train before giving up.

Flashed to 0082 and set ProcODT to 80 with 3 retries. After allowing the retry's I was able to boot just fine at 3200 with 16-17-17-35 on my timings. Stress tested all night with 0 failures (CPU at 1.4V @ 4000). Awesome advice thank you again.

Any recent breakthroughs on the CPU side? with my BCLK at 100, core ratio set to 40, and voltage at 1.4, I can't seem to get stable when going higher with the voltage and core ratio. I can't toy with my BCLK at all because setting it higher than 101 causes my M2 drive to no longer be seen at boot.
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after installing bios 1106 and after making a clear cmos (battery out for 10 minutes), everything is at default - Auto
1) Cpu temp is wrong, now bios shows 58°; with bios 1002 temp was 40°...it seems that + 20 offset is come back (my CPU is 1700X);
2) with hwinfo (v5.51-3141 or CPUZ) i see voltage spikes of 1.570 mad.gif as max value for Vcore in the Asus Crosshair VI Tab...in the SVI2 TFN max voltage is 1.537v...which is real? which is correct? I hope that spikes of 1.570 (once 1.591 with hwinfo) doesn't fry my CPU....
Everything is at default....
Edited by Randa71 - 4/27/17 at 1:30pm
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How do I do that? Under tools in the bvios all I see is the EZ Flash 3 utillity.
Read this post: http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/11970#post_26051060
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after installing bios 1106 and after making a clear cmos (battery out for 10 minutes), everything is at default - Auto
1) Cpu temp is wrong, now bios shows 58°; with bios 1002 temp was 40°...it seems that + 20 offset is come back (my CPU is 1700X);
2) with hwinfo (v5.51-3141 or CPUZ) i see voltage spikes of 1.570 mad.gif as max value for Vcore in the Asus Crosshair VI Tab...in the SVI2 TFN max voltage is 1.537v...which is real? which is correct? I hope that spikes of 1.570 (once 1.591 with hwinfo) doesn't fry my CPU....
Everything is at default....

The temperature offset never went away but that isnt why you're seeing the increase in temperature, that is due to the increased vcore you've noted. As for 1106, the last few pages indicate there is an issue with DRAM voltage so you'll probably want to switch back to what you were running previously.
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Actually I'm running 100% stock right now, and my memory is running under it's rated max speeds. You know why....because everything is buggy and every BIOS past 1002 hasn't allowed me to even run 3200 on my ram (which was on the CVL by the way).

Overclocking is a waste of time until AMD fixes it's microcode, then I will try again.

So no, I can't run my stock build how it should run...so step off your high horse.

Anything above 2667MHz is not guaranteed on the AMD platform, regardless what the RAM is rated at (It's probably rated for the Intel platform)

Yeah it's annoying because people (reasonably) expect RAM to run at speeds higher than 2667MHz but this is the reality with brand new platforms.
I don't know what platforms you've built over the past 17 years, but a lot of brand new platforms experience issues like this. Remember SATA corruption with Sandy Bridge?
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