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Originally Posted by lordzed83 View Post

I think it depends on IMC and Memory. In my case anything lower than 1.137 is not 100% stable not for long rendering periods. I had pc crash 3 times when rendering same 3 hour long project around 88% at 1.130 bumped to 1.137 rendered 3 hour project and another 2 projects NO PROBLEMS. And on 1.130 i passed memtests ibt aida and like everything tongue.gif

Power Director is still best stress test biggrin.gif


The more time i spend tweekeing more im sure that one cant really recommend any settings for this platform. Everyone needs different volts and settings ATM. With more bioses and microcodes it will change. But not at this stage.

3200Mhz with SOC at 1V works fine for me. Will try that memtest64 later.
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im having a terrible time with the audio skipping when playing games and listening to music at the same time, sometimes it happens also when just playing games

the game and audio freezes for a millisecond, fps also tanks for that and goes back to normal. ive tried different bios, turning down the freq of the cpu, clean install of the audio drivers, 2 gpus with ddu but ive had no luck

is there anyone else having this issue? or even recommend a area to look into cause im just lost atm, its been like that since day 1 and i dont see anyone else saying the same....
post #12983 of 17756
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Originally Posted by pig666eon View Post

im having a terrible time with the audio skipping when playing games and listening to music at the same time, sometimes it happens also when just playing games

the game and audio freezes for a millisecond, fps also tanks for that and goes back to normal. ive tried different bios, turning down the freq of the cpu, clean install of the audio drivers, 2 gpus with ddu but ive had no luck

is there anyone else having this issue? or even recommend a area to look into cause im just lost atm, its been like that since day 1 and i dont see anyone else saying the same....

I have some similar issues when using increased base clocks.
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post #12984 of 17756
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Originally Posted by malitze View Post

I have some similar issues when using increased base clocks.

I sometimes have sound issues and stuttering when in chrome loading some pages and watching YouTube videos. Looks like the same and only thread is doing all that instead of multitask it.
post #12985 of 17756
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Originally Posted by pig666eon View Post

im having a terrible time with the audio skipping when playing games and listening to music at the same time, sometimes it happens also when just playing games

the game and audio freezes for a millisecond, fps also tanks for that and goes back to normal. ive tried different bios, turning down the freq of the cpu, clean install of the audio drivers, 2 gpus with ddu but ive had no luck

is there anyone else having this issue? or even recommend a area to look into cause im just lost atm, its been like that since day 1 and i dont see anyone else saying the same....

Basics for issues like this: BIOS version, Windows version, and how are you overclocking(refclk, pstate, etc). Your memory overclock may be the source of the problem as well, where you MAY need to increase voltage to SOC and/or RAM.
post #12986 of 17756
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Originally Posted by Frikencio View Post

I sometimes have sound issues and stuttering when in chrome loading some pages and watching YouTube videos. Looks like the same and only thread is doing all that instead of multitask it.

It is difficult to be sure what is causing it. Since Chrome uses GPU acceleration, if your refclk settings are too high and the video card doesn't like it, that can cause issues. RAM overclock as well, where things may WORK, but you are not 100 percent stable. Windows 10 Creators Update has caused some issues for some people as well.
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Any word on the next bios release? rolleyes.gif
post #12988 of 17756
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Any word on the next bios release? rolleyes.gif

You just delayed release by 1 day! frown.gifbiggrin.gif
post #12989 of 17756
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Originally Posted by Targonis View Post

It is difficult to be sure what is causing it. Since Chrome uses GPU acceleration, if your refclk settings are too high and the video card doesn't like it, that can cause issues. RAM overclock as well, where things may WORK, but you are not 100 percent stable. Windows 10 Creators Update has caused some issues for some people as well.

I don't think that is the problem, I don't do refclk OC and the computer is pretty stable. It only happens in Chrome. I can play any game (favorite one CS:GO >300fps). I think is something related to HTML5 that when I use multiple instances of it sometimes glitches.

I also recorded with OBS 50mbps and 60fps WHILE rendering with Sony Vegas a 1080p@60fps clip and more things.
Edited by Frikencio - 5/1/17 at 2:29pm
post #12990 of 17756
That sound stuttering/robo voice happens to me too, and I use Firefox, which grows ram forever and I have to close processes. That said I do have like 20-100 tabs open, so probably my fault. Though I think flash or something in Firefox is using way too much memory when I am not even using the tabs, like it keeps loading stuff forever till crashes or slows down to a halt, but this was happening on my 4 core intel also, so I think it is more to do with ****ty browsers not cleaning up their memory, prefetching the wrong tabs that you are not even open, etc. Hope new version of Firefox fixes this stuff, and yes since browser are gpu acccelerated (though I have turned that off and no help), who knows what is really going on.
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