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Originally Posted by Glazos View Post

@elmor with 1107 i am again able to achieve 3200 with CMK16GX4M2B3200C16W (hynix)
in auto timings (16-16-16-39) it was not stable (prime95 workers not working from the start)
when manually setting timings (16-18-18-36) all works great !!!
Thank you the update biggrin.gif

Same here, worked on 1002 but not reliably (cold boot wouldnt boot unless i hit reset), not it boots fine not even retraining itself. I may try lower SOC and see if it still works.
    
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I'm on 1002 now and about to update to 1107. My idle watts jump around from 8-15.

I'll report back after I get 1107 up and running.

Mel

CPU Watts on 1107 @ 15-22 with a peak of32.

May try and drop vcore on next boot.
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CPU Watts on 1107 @ 15-22 with a peak of32.

May try and drop vcore on next boot.

Ok so it's not just me there is a slight difference in wattage between 1002 and 1107, then again we are using hwinfo64 to check so could all be off haha. I'm not using p-states or anything just an offset of -.100v same as on 1002. Went from around 19-20w to 29w at idle and load used to be around 126w on realbench and now around 139. Maybe hwinfo needs another calibration for the new bios I'm not sure. I'm not worried either 10w won't make any difference in temps.
    
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Oh its definitely a british thing, i dont ever unplug my PSU though or hit the switch so not gonna mess with that just yet.

Well the power down PSU and then up boot issue isn't biggie for me currently. But can be as well. Normally I never remove power to PSU.

For example on my previous setup i5 4690K/M7R I could power down PSU, remove GPU for testing another for OC'ability and just powered PSU back up/rig and did not have to re-setup OC. On the R7/C6H I would need to basically use either a lower RAM clock prior to shutdown/removing power and swapping out GPU. Then re-setup RAM OC.

So for some people who could be changing HW like above it can become a pain. I also sometimes swap drives around. I usually like to remove power at that time, so again few extra steps with this setup.
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Ok so it's not just me there is a slight difference in wattage between 1002 and 1107, then again we are using hwinfo64 to check so could all be off haha. I'm not using p-states or anything just an offset of -.100v same as on 1002. Went from around 19-20w to 29w at idle and load used to be around 126w on realbench and now around 139. Maybe hwinfo needs another calibration for the new bios I'm not sure. I'm not worried either 10w won't make any difference in temps.

I'm actually seeing lower temps (only 1-2c) under load so who knows? thinking.gif
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my cpu temp got stuck at 65° after 1 hour aida64 stability test....

http://imgur.com/a/6nWM2

edit: seems to be working after reboot : http://imgur.com/a/l5eAj

but never seen it locked before...
Edited by MingBee - 4/29/17 at 5:58am
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i can no longer run 32gb ( 4 x 8GB ) G skill trident z rgb 3000 mhz c 16 ram at 2666 mhz anymore with 1107 it always boots with 2133mhz c15
Edited by Naeem - 4/29/17 at 5:56am
    
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Hey guys! I am super new to the AMD and OC community. I have been trying read up on everything I can here but I am clearly still missing some of the finer details of a smooth OC. Can somebody please help me to get my OC groove on?

My system specs are the following:

- CH6 running 1107 bios
- 1700X
- Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3200C16
- Windows 10 x64 latest build
- GTX1080
- Kuhler H20 620

I really want to have my system running at 3.9 or higher with 3200Mhz ram whatever timings I can get. I have the latest Zen States installed
and currently running stable at 38.00 1.4v(which seems high to me) and 2933MHz 16-18-18-18-36 1.35v .

I am confused about the p-states settings and also frankly about proper timings settings on the ram.

I would be super appreciative for any help showing me the light here as I am on day 4 of banging my head against the wall.

Thank you! If I need to provide any other info please let me know..
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Well the power down PSU and then up boot issue isn't biggie for me currently. But can be as well. Normally I never remove power to PSU.

For example on my previous setup i5 4690K/M7R I could power down PSU, remove GPU for testing another for OC'ability and just powered PSU back up/rig and did not have to re-setup OC. On the R7/C6H I would need to basically use either a lower RAM clock prior to shutdown/removing power and swapping out GPU. Then re-setup RAM OC.

So for some people who could be changing HW like above it can become a pain. I also sometimes swap drives around. I usually like to remove power at that time, so again few extra steps with this setup.

Surprisingly i reset cmos and re-loaded my saved profile for 3200mhz and it booted right up, before id have to load 2933 then change soc, save/reset then do 3200mhz. This time just loading up the profile does it in one shot so very good BIOS for me so far.
    
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Hey guys! I am super new to the AMD and OC community. I have been trying read up on everything I can here but I am clearly still missing some of the finer details of a smooth OC. Can somebody please help me to get my OC groove on?

My system specs are the following:

- CH6 running 1107 bios
- 1700X
- Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3200C16
- Windows 10 x64 latest build
- GTX1080
- Kuhler H20 620

I really want to have my system running at 3.9 or higher with 3200Mhz ram whatever timings I can get. I have the latest Zen States installed
and currently running stable at 38.00 1.4v(which seems high to me) and 2933MHz 16-18-18-18-36 1.35v .

I am confused about the p-states settings and also frankly about proper timings settings on the ram.

I would be super appreciative for any help showing me the light here as I am on day 4 of banging my head against the wall.

Thank you! If I need to provide any other info please let me know..

I have the same exact memory, upping soc (if you havent tried yet) should get you to boot at 3200mhz, 1.15v is what did it for me but will be different for every cpu.
    
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