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post #12621 of 17370
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Originally Posted by Demoniacstar View Post

you are....try setting procODT to 80ohms

where do I change that setting?
post #12622 of 17370
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

@Wolfpack

There are several in this thread with varying results on CPU with same board.

1TM1 has 1800X Hynix M used same setup on C6H + Asus Prime X370 Prime 3200MHz, 1700X 2993MHz. Tyrluk buy another CPU gain 3200Mhz. Disasterpiec99 1700 3200MHz 1700X 2933MHz, same board/ram.

For some newer UEFIs killed 3200MHz, I got those posts recorded as well.

Then besides me, SpecChum swap CPU to gain 3200Mhz consistently.

Yeah, I've had 2 CPUs and 2 boards.

First CPU very rarely booted 3200 and then only at 1.43 vboot voltage, new CPU much better.

However, this new board sometimes gives me an F9 during a Windows reboot, old board never did, but both boards always POST first time from off tho with the new CPU.
post #12623 of 17370
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

I've checked with Gskill and according to them it happens on other vendors DRAM and MB as well, seems to be a complete software fail with everyone refusing to use the same mutex. I'll try to push harder for it internally, just have to prove it somehow first.

Good luck and I can confirm the issues are all down to ASUS not using the locks.

In my testing of SIV as soon as ASUS Aura is stared SMBus retries are reported and this never happens when such as AIDA64 or HWiNFO are also active.

I will happily provide the information the ASUS software engineers need to correctly implement support.

post #12624 of 17370
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Originally Posted by stevester118 View Post

where do I change that setting?
advanced/amd cbs/umc common options/ddr4 common options
post #12625 of 17370
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Originally Posted by red-ray View Post

Good luck and I can confirm the issues are all down to ASUS not using the locks.

In my testing of SIV as soon as ASUS Aura is stared SMBus retries are reported and this never happens when such as AIDA64 or HWiNFO are also active.

I will happily provide the information the ASUS software engineers need to correctly implement support.


Cheers Ray, great to see you on this Forum smile.gif
post #12626 of 17370
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Originally Posted by Inkey View Post

Happy to see you got it working! I went back to square one and just tested idle Vcore with everything in the bios at Auto. Vcore dropped just like it's supposed to so I know there isn't anything interfering.

Then, I tried exactly what you did and my result was completely different and reverted to what I've been struggling with the entire time. Vcore in the C6H section of HWinfo stays at my P0 volts 99% of the time. I noticed it drop to between .6v &.9v a couple times, but only for a second before jumping back up to the P0 value. Shouldn't it be at idle Vcore all the time?

Should I just.. trust that the idle voltage is what I set for P2? It's bothering me that I'm not seeing the correct values being reported, but at this stage, I just feel like I'm slowly losing my mind and should move on.

All @ Auto (except ram, I guess):



Your bios settings (SOC to 1.1 volts, LLC to level 2, Vcore to offset (auto), P-states all on auto in bios, C-states to enable), default ram speed, with my P0 set in ZenStates and default P1/2:


Ah, yes, I understand your concern. No I would not just trust, I want to SEE a voltage. You will not see voltage changes under the CPU Core Voltage (SVI2 TFN) as they occur with P-state changes with this method of overclocking, which threw me off. You have to look under the Asus Crosshair section in HWiNFO at the Vcore sensor listed there. Just to make sure all things are equal:

I am on 1007 EUFI.

Since you have been tinkering, you might want to do a load optimized defaults, save and reboot.

For me, I then get my memory settings running as I want and stable, before doing any changes beyond that.

After that I did as described in previous post to do my CPU overclocking.

For me it is to easy to change something, and forget I did, and too many variables start coming in to play. So I like to start with "clean slates", and segregate changes to one function or process at a time.

Hope this helps smile.gif
Edited by CeltPC - 4/29/17 at 2:05pm
post #12627 of 17370
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Originally Posted by Demoniacstar View Post

advanced/amd cbs/umc common options/ddr4 common options

Changed it to 80ohms and still can't boot to 2933 or 3200. Why is it that my advanced AMD CBS settings are reset every time i go into my BIOS?
post #12628 of 17370
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Originally Posted by stevester118 View Post

Changed it to 80ohms and still can't boot to 2933 or 3200. Why is it that my advanced AMD CBS settings are reset every time i go into my BIOS?

Every time i change it and save the bios tells me that i changed nothing and so it doesn't work with 1107, i said that like 3 pages ago and no one replied or said anything.
post #12629 of 17370
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Originally Posted by red-ray View Post

Good luck and I can confirm the issues are all down to ASUS not using the locks.

In my testing of SIV as soon as ASUS Aura is stared SMBus retries are reported and this never happens when such as AIDA64 or HWiNFO are also active.

I will happily provide the information the ASUS software engineers need to correctly implement support.


Not seen you on this forum before, glad you took a leap to Ryzen, your expertise should be an asset here, as I saw on Corsair Link issues. So far the C6H and Ryzen issues have been interesting to say the least, and as someone who experienced the issue you are talking about, first hand, I hope you can assist getting that proven and fixed. I had returned my G.Skill RGB for that reason.
post #12630 of 17370
Yeah I figured something was a little strange. I thought there might be a save button somewhere under the advanced settings but I don't know why its resetting everything upon restart.
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