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I've a couple of question about p-state overclocking, right now i'm changing only P0 state to target frequency and then handling Vcore via offset mode.
However in the first post I've read this:
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Beware of this issue and expect your CPU Core Voltage to be default P0 VID + CPU Core Voltage offset + SMU increase from XFR when this happens. To be safe we recommend using Manual mode for CPU Core Voltage when overclocking.

It's still the case with latest UEFI? Using manual mode is the way to go right now with P0 overclocking?
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Since it's the 3rd of May and we were promised that next AGESA update that should be memory related, I'm just curious if we should expect it in the first half of the month?
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Since it's the 3rd of May and we were promised that next AGESA update that should be memory related, I'm just curious if we should expect it in the first half of the month?
@elmor

And with that question you just delayed the release by one more day ;-)
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maybe i am just a bit of a retard but i was under the impression that there was really no need for the 8+4 pin cpu power to be connected, i had just the 8 pin and was thinking that the extra 4 pin was for people trying to get high with ln2, but there really wasnt a need for the 4 pin for normal use

well plugging in the extra 4 pin has taken away my wall at above 3.9ghz with the 1700x, before i wasnt able to hit 3.925 with upwards of 1.4-1.45v, with hitting 3.9ghz with 1.312v. just by adding the extra 4 pin im hitting the .025 extra with the same voltage pretty stable. even looking at hwinfo the voltage is rock steady it used to flux about 0.0125, vdroop is still the same

psu is a hx850i so there should be no prob delivering power with the single 8 pin but obviously the chip needs the 4 pin aswell...... well doesnt need it but defo benefits from it even with such low power draw
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Sorry for asking,

Been out of the loop, but what does the Asus Zenstates app do exactly?
post #13266 of 17247
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Sorry for asking,

Been out of the loop, but what does the Asus Zenstates app do exactly?

Stated simply, it lets you setup and modify your P-states overclocks within Windows simply and reliably, making dialing things so much easier. It's a fantastic tool.
post #13267 of 17247
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Hi Guys.

I'm new to this board despite I'm following this thread quite a while to keep being updated on BIOS information and updates.

Also I made my first attemption on Ryzen overclocking and just wanted to report my results for the statistics.

First I was on the 0902 BIOS and couldn't get my RAM to run on XMP settings. Then I tried 0083 and now I'm running:


- RAM: D.O.C.P. Standard (3200 Mhz / CL14-14-14-34 / 1.35V)
- CPU: BIOS Custom PState P0 @ 3.8 Ghz @ 1.35V

Nothing else changed except of RAM Boot Voltage @ 1.35V.


I've also tried 4.0 and 3.9 Ghz P0.
4.0 does POST and runs in BIOS but can't boot into Windows.
3.9 boots into Windows, but load on all cores (i.e. Prime95) instantly crashes.

As I said I'm new to Ryzen overclocking and overclocking in general. I've read about things like SoC Voltage, LLC and such stuff, but have no experience with it and not really a good idea what the stuff is doing and what is good and what bad. So I didn't mess with this.

Also since my rig is a daily gaming machine I want something stable 24/7 safe setup.


I have one question since I'm curious about it:
The TRC timing in the XMP profile for my RAM is 48, but on D.O.C.P Standard HWInfo shows me 73.
In UEFI there is a page where you can set timings "after training". When I set TRC there manually to 48 nothing changes. Do I missunderstand what this page is doing?
Why is the XMP timing even wrong?

Since this thread is kinda exploding it probably has gone down.
But is anyone able to answer my question there?
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Since this thread is kinda exploding it probably has gone down.
But is anyone able to answer my question there?

Set timings manually and dont worry about post training, that doesn't seem to work anymore but its still there for future cases i think. My trc shows up as 75 but nowhere on Corsairs tech specs can i find trc specs so i figured thats just left alone.

As long as your other timings are in spec or lower then youre fine.
    
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Set timings manually and dont worry about post training, that doesn't seem to work anymore but its still there for future cases i think. My trc shows up as 75 but nowhere on Corsairs tech specs can i find trc specs so i figured thats just left alone.

As long as your other timings are in spec or lower then youre fine.

You can't set tRC in the page before, that's the problem.
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You can already boot to bios using Windows. Hold Shift when you power down the computer and it'll give you a menu.
need to check that then. Is taht windows 10 option ?? since i'm new to this system only week on it so fer.
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