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Maybe because some people with bclk are already hitting speeds of close to 3600mhz on the ram and getting huge boosts?

Maybe those people are just lucky with their data fabric?
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Ok something a bit different. BIOS 1107. 1800x. f4-3600 c16.

 I turned off fast boot, just to see what it did and got a bit of an odd result.

When I boot the machine, before the POST screen, the words "Evaluation Copy" are displayed. Perhaps to do with the 90 MHz 0003 BIOS EC hack?

I thought that was a bit bizarre.

 

 It seems to make the RAM only run at 2133 unless I go into BIOS and change nothing, then save and restart. So its failing training.

 

Also getting black screen boots with the associated "line of garbage" displayed before it goes dark.

 

Its all quite interesting, every time I turn it on I seem to get different behaviour! 

I suspect turning off fast boot has not a lot to do with any of this, its just what I did immediately prior to noticing all the weirdness.

But there is a lot of weirdness with Ryzen, particularly on the RAM front.

 

I'll turn fast boot back on and see if it reverts to more sensible behaviour.

 

The May update will fix all the weirdnesses and zenstates will spontaneously start to work again..

lol.

I live in infinite hope.

:)

post #13543 of 17328
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Originally Posted by Kriant View Post

Black screen isn't though

I get this to sometimes. Turning the monitor off and on and reset system works for me. No idea why it happens tho:o
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Originally Posted by dorbot View Post


Ok something a bit different. BIOS 1107. 1800x. f4-3600 c16.
 I turned off fast boot, just to see what it did and got a bit of an odd result.
When I boot the machine, before the POST screen, the words "Evaluation Copy" are displayed. Perhaps to do with the 90 MHz 0003 BIOS EC hack?
I thought that was a bit bizarre.

 It seems to make the RAM only run at 2133 unless I go into BIOS and change nothing, then save and restart. So its failing training.

Also getting black screen boots with the associated "line of garbage" displayed before it goes dark.

Its all quite interesting, every time I turn it on I seem to get different behaviour! 
I suspect turning off fast boot has not a lot to do with any of this, its just what I did immediately prior to noticing all the weirdness.
But there is a lot of weirdness with Ryzen, particularly on the RAM front.

I'll turn fast boot back on and see if it reverts to more sensible behaviour.

The May update will fix all the weirdnesses and zenstates will spontaneously start to work again..
lol.
I live in infinite hope.
smile.gif

The "Evaluation Copy." line was introduced with BIOS 0079 and it's variants. I have it ever since. It seems not many disable fast boot and/or full screen logo, but I'd bet everyone would get this if they would.

I honestly don't know if fast boot would change anything in regards to memory training for me. I never boot with either fast boot or the full screen logo. I might try it just to see.
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The boot logo is a waste of time. If its off you can see what speed your RAM has managed this particular boot before bios. If its 2133.... reset.......  Saves time.

Especially since we are all rebooting about 500 times a day.

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Maybe because some people with bclk are already hitting speeds of close to 3600mhz on the ram and getting huge boosts?

Shame i dont have better kit than 3200 to mess about with 3600 at cl16 cause cl18 is just too slow heh
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guys someone with a water cooling setup please tell me if your cpu block is warm at all? ive just done a 2 hour stress test where it say my temps were at 67, the block is ice cold and i even went as far to remove the block to make sure it was in contact and it was but even the cpu is ice cold ( about 3 mins removing the block flexi lines )

the exact same setup on my 8350 never went above 60 and it used to be piping hot along with hot air out of the rad but with this at 67 its like its not even running, its nearly hotter when i have it off......
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guys someone with a water cooling setup please tell me if your cpu block is warm at all? ive just done a 2 hour stress test where it say my temps were at 67, the block is ice cold and i even went as far to remove the block to make sure it was in contact and it was but even the cpu is ice cold ( about 3 mins removing the block flexi lines )

the exact same setup on my 8350 never went above 60 and it used to be piping hot along with hot air out of the rad but with this at 67 its like its not even running, its nearly hotter when i have it off......

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guys someone with a water cooling setup please tell me if your cpu block is warm at all? ive just done a 2 hour stress test where it say my temps were at 67, the block is ice cold and i even went as far to remove the block to make sure it was in contact and it was but even the cpu is ice cold ( about 3 mins removing the block flexi lines )

the exact same setup on my 8350 never went above 60 and it used to be piping hot along with hot air out of the rad but with this at 67 its like its not even running, its nearly hotter when i have it off......

My water temp never goes up more than a few degrees, block and rads feel cold.
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My water temp never goes up more than a few degrees, block and rads feel cold.

but yet your cpu temp is showing 60-70 yeah?
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