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I have updated to the new bios that landed on Asus website today and now none of my overclocking settings will apply, does anyone know what's going on, my fan profiles will apply but any overclock settings won't stick, using ryzen master will apply an overclock but nothing else will. Can anybody help

if it's 1106 you better revert back to your last working one using bios flashback!
1106 is a bad/bugged release.
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but the one problem I'm having is that my P2 Vcore doesn't budge. Even idling at the set P2 frequency, my Vcore is stuck at the P0 value, 1.4v. I've tested so many different combinations of settings, but nothing I try gets the idle Vcore down to the 0.9v +offset I have set for
Try the Power Saver profile, maybe some software keeps your rig from lowering voltage. What your CPU load during "idle"?

Why are you using such a high offset and lowered the VID instead of using a high VID (1.35 V) plus lower offset? The offset is applied for all P-states (can have their VID lowered) and full idle voltage (cannot belowered), so you want offset low.
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I have updated to the new bios that landed on Asus website today and now none of my overclocking settings will apply, does anyone know what's going on, my fan profiles will apply but any overclock settings won't stick, using ryzen master will apply an overclock but nothing else will. Can anybody help

1106? That bios is problematic for a lot of us. Try going back to 1002 or the other variants on the first page, you have to use the flashback feature to do it thumb.gif
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I get that a lot, being in the middle of the Pacific. smile.gif You can see my current time in the bios screenshots. So, I wasn't able to work on this particular build today, but I do have one issue with my personal build that maybe you can help with. It's been rather frustrating and I can imagine that it's something simple I've missed. I have an R5 1600. On bios 0081.

I have my Pstate overclock set up, P0 with an updated FID in bios, untouched P1/2, offset +, and generally every other setting set to what it should be (as far as I know, anyway). I've been running ZenStates 0.2.2 and fine tuning from there, which is great, but the one problem I'm having is that my P2 Vcore doesn't budge. Even idling at the set P2 frequency, my Vcore is stuck at the P0 value, 1.4v. I've tested so many different combinations of settings, but nothing I try gets the idle Vcore down to the 0.9v +offset I have set for P2.

I have some screenshots of my bios and of HWinfo, so hopefully there is something I'm not seeing. Thanks.
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Sorry I'm the wrong person to ask IMO redface.gif . I have not used ZenStates at all. I'm more of a ROM tweaker than OC SW person.

If I was in your shoes to see why it's not down volting I'd do each step progressively of your OC setup (ie one step at a time).
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Try the Power Saver profile, maybe some software keeps your rig from lowering voltage. What your CPU load during "idle"?

Why are you using such a high offset and lowered the VID instead of using a high VID (1.35 V) plus lower offset? The offset is applied for all P-states (can have their VID lowered) and full idle voltage (cannot belowered), so you want offset low.

Power Saver profile unfortunately didn't have an effect. The CPU is running at essentially 0% usage when clocked to idle frequency.

I have a higher offset because the 1600 has a default P0 VID of 1.2375v. Changing the P0 VID in the bios currently breaks Pstate functionality, so I need a bit more juice to boot into Windows at 3.9ghz. I get into Windows at 1.4v, then with LLC3 under full load, I run stable at 1.381v. Am I understanding the concept correctly?
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I'm the wrong person to ask redface.gif . I have not used ZenStates at all. I'm more of a ROM tweaker than OC SW person.

If I was in your shoes to see why it's not down volting I'd do each step progressively of your OC setup (ie one step at a time).

Thanks. Maybe I'll go back to square one, uninstall ZenStates, and try step by step without any software assists.
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sooo anyone here have experiences burning samsung b die? doing a quick bench my 2 x 8 GB 3200C14 is doing fine at 3600C14 @ 1.5v. Thinking of using it for 24/7
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sooo anyone here have experiences burning samsung b die? doing a quick bench my 2 x 8 GB 3200C14 is doing fine at 3600C14 @ 1.5v. Thinking of using it for 24/7


Hi, 1.5v for the modules should be ok, however, I would keep from increasing that further.

Also feel free to share some stability results in the link in my signature smile.gif
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Thanks. Maybe I'll go back to square one, uninstall ZenStates, and try step by step without any software assists.

NP smile.gif . When nothing makes sense it is best to start again wink.gif . And go "step by step" wink.gif .
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Power Saver profile unfortunately didn't have an effect. The CPU is running at essentially 0% usage when clocked to idle frequency.
The SVI2 sensor does not display Vcore drops due to C-state changes, you need to look at te C6H sensor for that. SVI2 should drop to the P-state VID when you use the Power Saver profile, though.
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Hi, 1.5v for the modules should be ok however I would keep from increasing that further.

Also feel free to share some stability results in the link in my signature smile.gif
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Thanks! I'm poop for the night, too tired from trying to get anything over 3600mhz to post.
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