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post #15941 of 24098
Booted into the 3333 dram ratio with 100 bclk on 9943. Some sub timings still look too tight but they are all accessible thumb.gif

After the flash and reboot I got stuck on Q-code 4f. Cleared cmos again and all good.
post #15942 of 24098
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Originally Posted by leareynl View Post

When I use a 100 MHz bclk, when at full load, I get a slight drop on 12v rail.
And I go way over 100 watts on power usage.
I have a 1700x at 4ghz at 1.417v

But when I use a 125 bclk (what I run with usually) at full load I don't go over 80 watts and my 12v rail stays the same voltage.
I have a somewhat crappy psu compared to yours, 1kw cooler master m2 silent pro.

I don't know why a different bclk uses less power but its worth a shot maybe on your end.
Also, I know from experience that the measurement on the 12v rail is very unreliable.

To be absolutely sure, use a multimeter.

My video card 12v sensor says I have only 11.51v going in to it and it drops to 11.3 under load.
But its just lying because I measured it with a multimeter, it stays around 12v.

Yes.
The first board I had was the Prime X370, my second was the Taichi and now the C6H.
When I noticed the +12V droop on software with the Prime I had it confirmed with the DMM. I then went to check my lane distribution and since everything was correct I assumed my PSU was going bananas. But then I got the Taichi, everything there was rock solid as it used to be, confirmed the +12V under load with a DDM. Now I got the C6H and that +12V behavior droop is going on again but then my system is nowhere close to extrapolate my PSU lane ratings, had solid +12V regulation with the Taichi. I must assume it is something with the asus boards or asus boards + the maxrevo.

I would appreciated to have a word from the OP@elmor on this behavior.
post #15943 of 24098
Seems to be a quite fast booting version. (9943)
But I can no longer boot with more than 2400MHz on my Micron memory.
With 1201 it was possible to run it at around 2780MHz, while it's stock speed is 2666MHz.
But sadly, it doesn't even boot with the XMP profile. :/

If anyone is interested, I'm using Crucial Ballistix Tactical 16GB 2666MHz.

@elmor : Maybe you could test this version with some Crucial memory in house? redface.gif

EDIT:

Nevermind! 9945 works perfectly with my Crucial sticks! thumb.gif
Even 2800MHz is possible now. smile.gif
Edited by biohaufen - 5/19/17 at 5:59pm
post #15944 of 24098
@elmor
What is the difference between 9943 and 9945? Is it 1T 2T?
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post #15945 of 24098
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Originally Posted by virpz View Post


I would like to have a word or two from the OP@elmor on this behavior.

Sorry for the misinterpretation, please check my edit smile.gif

it could be that due to some bug the VRM handling is different due to the spread spectrum when BCLK is on auto.
And due to this issue it could be that the Taichi set it specifically to 100 if auto is selected.
You always get some strange number like 99.8 or 101.3 or something like that when you have it on auto on the CH6 and also I have tried this on the gigabyte gaming K5 board.
Try to put it manually on 100 or even try 125.
post #15946 of 24098
set boot on 3466

but why cpuz cannot read speed ram?
post #15947 of 24098
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Originally Posted by hsn View Post

set boot on 3466

but why cpuz cannot read speed ram?

Same problem here. Hwinfo64 and aida64 are working fine though.
post #15948 of 24098
AMD (and ASUS) reveals Ryzen for laptops with new Vega graphics architecture (Computex 2017)

http://www.trustedreviews.com/news/amd-ryzen-mobile-laptops-vega-performance-price-release-date
post #15949 of 24098
So tempted to try out this new BIOS but system is stable already, id love to know if it fixes the random f9>boot loop issue. I may wait a while to see what it actually does, if its just bug fixes, ill pass haha.
    
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post #15950 of 24098
Finally!

With this bios now I can get my Hynix TridenZ to 3200 MHz! in 1T mode, the last bios I was able to do that was on a 2T mode!

Now I only wish for all the RGB leds to come back to life!

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