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Anyone up for trying BIOS 1107? Same deal as 1106 except it should work as intended. I tested it and voltages adjustments are OK, 2x8GB B-die works at 3200 CL14 with 3200 DRAM Ratio, 4x8GB works at 3200 CL14 with 2666 DRAM Ratio.
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.

Hello,

I tested Bios 1107 from 1002 and results are very good.

My setup:
- R71800X
- CH6
- Noctua NH-S12 AM4 with two fans NF-12.
- Fan1: Noctua 4 pin pwm, fan2: Noctua 3 pin on 4, fan3: Noctua 92mm pwm.
- SSD M2 Samsung Evo 960 (with W10)
- SSD 840 (with Ubuntu).
- Memory Corsair: CMK32GX4M2B3000C15R (Hynix).
- PSU Corsair HX-850.
- Others HD and components.

The install was easy from USB flashback (before I turn off and clear CMOS).

My last config (optimized for more highest DDRAM velocity) is:

Target-> CPU : 3704 Mhz (...up to 3800 as highest and stable in my setup)
Target-> Memory: 2998 Mhz
BCLK Frequency : 102.2
CPU Core ratio : 36.25 (or Auto for more OC)
Mem. frequency : DDR4-2997
CPU Core Voltaje Override: 1.3750
VDDSOC Voltaje Override : 1.1
DRAM Voltaje & Vboot DRAM : 1.35
1.8v PLL Voltaje : 1.72 (it let me good temperature control, but less CPU speed)
Others in windows-> Energy options: Ryzen balanced.
Ambient Tª =25ºC

Problems:
- High Bios Tª (66ºC idle) to 87ºC at full with high PLL voltajes > 1.8 or CPU speed > 3800 with error o reset.
- When I turn on my PC, bios stop,start,stop again, after go to windows correctly (is it cool boot?)
- Fan2 don´t detect in FanExpert4, so I setup manually in AI suite 3 (Already happened before with 1002, I think it is a FanExpert4 bug (but at first it worked, I don´t know why).

Other problem: last version of RealBench give me error on run, but 2.43 works fine. Any idea why?

Anyway, good job. thumb.gif

PD1: other error is code in motherboards : 24 (prepost), 44 (post) and OC (reserved for future errors).
PD2: error id 35 Kernel-Processor-Power (Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Processor-Power) in W10's events:
Does anyone know how to fix this event error?


Edited by R71800XSS - 5/2/17 at 8:48am
post #12842 of 17681
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Originally Posted by Kriant View Post

Looking for help. I am still getting Q-code 24 and black screen upon cold boot.
I've tried flashing multiple bioses. I've tried re-seating ram and cards, I've tried setting everything to default or using manual vcore/vram/vram boot/ vsoc.
When I push reset, the second time the system boots just fine.

Any idea what might be causing this behavior?

24 is normal so is 40. I had the same reset issue, your ram is the issue its failing its initial training. Its not a pll issue and changing pll may also mess with your tctl temps.

Try bios 1107 if it still needs a reset to boot then up soc slightly. Its a ram issue for sure.
    
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Anyone had Q-code 0C ? I'm on latest bios and just glanced at it as I do from time to time and its the first time I've seen it. Google tells me its a reserved code for future errors.

Not having any problems with my rig, it runs stable all the time, just an unusual code to see.
    
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Anyone had Q-code 0C ? I'm on latest bios and just glanced at it as I do from time to time and its the first time I've seen it. Google tells me its a reserved code for future errors.

Not having any problems with my rig, it runs stable all the time, just an unusual code to see.

If you pay attention to every code youll see em all. Its normal. I see 55 22 26 27 f9 0d 14 15 etc etc. Unless it gets stuck on 0d then youre fine.
    
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If you pay attention to every code youll see em all. Its normal. I see 55 22 26 27 f9 0d 14 15 etc etc. Unless it gets stuck on 0d then youre fine.

This code isn't during boot though, its sitting at 0C currently with up-time 1 day 15 hours. I'm used to seeing it as 24 all the time.
    
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This code isn't during boot though, its sitting at 0C currently with up-time 1 day 15 hours. I'm used to seeing it as 24 all the time.

Might be normal with such a long up time. Ive seen it go from 24 to 40 randomly. Could be a stability issue but i doubt it. On my z97 0d was a boot error. Don't think i've seen 0d while running. If its fine i wouldnt worry.
    
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Might be normal with such a long up time. Ive seen it go from 24 to 40 randomly. Could be a stability issue but i doubt it. On my z97 0d was a boot error. Don't think i've seen 0d while running. If its fine i wouldnt worry.

Just read the first post again as I seen elmor had updated it. Q codes are listed in the extreme overclock guide and 0C is there

0C: Displays at runtime when CPU enters “OC Mode”

I have a feeling 0C may mean Overclock smile.gif

Not sure the reason for it as I am using the same P-State overclock, 3.75ghz at 1.2v on 1700 and processor is clocking up and down as needed. I though "OC" mode was a locked higher freq and voltage.

May be something to do with the ZenStates program as thats my latest addition. This is actually quite a short uptime for me. When I did last reboot I think it was 15 days. Its on 24/7 mostly with the odd restart to flush it out lol
    
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Just read the first post again as I seen elmor had updated it. Q codes are listed in the extreme overclock guide and 0C is there

0C: Displays at runtime when CPU enters “OC Mode”

I have a feeling 0C may mean Overclock smile.gif

Not sure the reason for it as I am using the same P-State overclock, 3.75ghz at 1.2v on 1700 and processor is clocking up and down as needed. I though "OC" mode was a locked higher freq and voltage.

May be something to do with the ZenStates program as thats my latest addition. This is actually quite a short uptime for me. When I did last reboot I think it was 15 days. Its on 24/7 mostly with the odd restart to flush it out lol

Ok im half blind not sure why i saw 0d. Yea 0c sounds perfectly fine. I've never seen it on my end but yea you're good. Might be the new bios. Not sure why i was thinking 0d.
    
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I have two quick questions:

1) Is BIOS 0083 is the temp offset issue already meant to be fixed? Or did I still need to adjust the BIOS settings to make it proper? It seems like my CPU temps are a bit high...

2) Is it worth me flashing to BIOS 1007 from 0083 (I just spent the weekend tweaking my settings for best performance)?

Thanks!
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24 is normal so is 40. I had the same reset issue, your ram is the issue its failing its initial training. Its not a pll issue and changing pll may also mess with your tctl temps.

Try bios 1107 if it still needs a reset to boot then up soc slightly. Its a ram issue for sure.

PLL didn't work as you've predicted. 1107 also didn't fix the issue, will try pushing SOC.

Hopefully it's not because of that one instance where SOC was running at 1.4v after bios flash and now it's busting out on cold boot.
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