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Multiple graphics cards, different slots, ultimately everything leads to a qcode 55 for me on 9943. Two different hd7950 cards and a gt630. Tried setting to gen 3 and gen 2. Tried a few different BCLKs.


Back to 1201 I go.
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

We're waiting for two boards to come back. The first is en route, the second is looking like it will take another 1-2 weeks. After that, we'll have to see what can be done etc. If you cannot wait (and you should not have to), RMA it.

Thanks for the feedback, I can wait, it's not a big deal.

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I'm only an enthusiast so no one burn me like you did with gtbtk tongue.gif but have you tried reinstalling and uninstalling Aura and the same method for any other offending RGB programs and then doing a decent registry clean? Then flash a new BIOS.

I had an issue with RGB failing inc. on my ASUS Strix GPU and Corsair RAM LEDs and I have always used C Cleaner with its registry cleaner feature with quite some success over the years. I cant remember for the life of me precisely what fixed my issue but it was something similar to the above.

Again im not trying to sound like a professional and what I have said is reasonable even though i know there are some deeper issues with the whole RGB thing so please dont burn me on a crucifix next to gtbtk! devil.gif That was ruthless lol even if it was warranted.


I tried another version of Aura, but I suspect it's a problem with aura. I'll try cleaning the registry with CCleaner, thanks for the tips. I'll give you a feedback monday.
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My situation is idem to @Wally West. Explain in english is a little dificult to me, but I would like describe I happened in case it helps you (google traductor helps but not much...rolleyes.gif):

In bios 1107 all ok, motherboards' leds worked, then I update to 1201 and at first mobo's leds look work. Then I run Aura sotfware and when I push a button mobo's leds off.
I reinstalled Aura (two versions) but it doesn´t work yet. I push on/off/on in Bios and nothing.

What I can not understand is that if Bios 1107 is similar 1201 (like @Elmor said) why it happened.

I wait ASUS' TEAM can find bug and repair it, althougt I understand memory cool boot is most important question at date.

Un saludo a todos.

For me it happened after I flashed 1107, it was working at first, but when I reboot the same day it wasnt working anymore.
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I know super flower is really good, just wanted a HWinfo64 reading that was not run in the last minutes of the test.

Thanks anyway.

Sure, here is another try.
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I just put my 1700 under water, and under a mild OC I'm locked at 47C under load (3.7Ghz @ 1.35v). Memory is at 3200 14-14-14-14-34 1T. I flashed 0003, then 1107. So far being in a proper case with proper airflow under a good CPU block is doing my 1700 wonders.

Elmor: any details on those 2 99xx bioses? Are they 2T / 1T variations?
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Using Bios 9943 with 1700 @ 3.8ghz
Refclk 100
CPU offset 0.075v
SOC 1.05v
DDR 1.4v

2x8gb Samsung B-Die at 3466 @ 14-14-14-34-1T
Passed 200% coverage with HCI.

Need to test 4x8gb which is what I really want. Also might try to get 3600 with 100 refclk. Both may be difficult.

Anyone know how much improvement the infinity fabric is with 3466 instead of 3200? I know up to 3200 improves FPS a lot.
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Does this mean that now 4000MHz ram will work with Ryzen?

On AIDA64 it notes that real clock is 1600MHz and effective clock is 3200MHz, and on CPU-Z it also notes 1600MHz. Does this still mean that my ram is running at 3200MHz? Thanks.
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Does this mean that now 4000MHz ram will work with Ryzen?

On AIDA64 it notes that real clock is 1600MHz and effective clock is 3200MHz, and on CPU-Z it also notes 1600MHz. Does this still mean that my ram is running at 3200MHz? Thanks.

1)
2) yes.
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Wow 9943 is currently allowing me to boot up with 3200 @ 14-14-14-34-1T (32gb 4x8) running HCI as we speak.

SOC at only 0.975v
DDR at 1.35v
CPU (1700) at 3.8ghz offset 0.075v
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I just put my 1700 under water, and under a mild OC I'm locked at 47C under load (3.7Ghz @ 1.35v). Memory is at 3200 14-14-14-14-34 1T. I flashed 0003, then 1107. So far being in a proper case with proper airflow under a good CPU block is doing my 1700 wonders.

Elmor: any details on those 2 99xx bioses? Are they 2T / 1T variations?

I see options for 1T/2T in the bios now, so I assume it is no longer dependent on a separate bios version for command rate.
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