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It seemed like older BIOSes used Tctl to control fan speed, while 1403 uses Tdie to control fan speed. Is this true? Does anyone know for sure?

With SenseMI Skew enabled, the fans never speed up. With it disabled, they function normally without a need for remapping the fan curve.

Tdie is just a value HWiNFO made up, it is just Tctl - 20C.

The default SenseMI Skew in the 1401/1403 BIOS does the same thing, -20C from the Tctl value on X SKU CPUs so software in your OS will reflect the 'real' temperature value without needing to do their own adjusting for the offset.
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I tried to install the sata and chipset drivers but in device manager it keeps stating that i am on an older sata driver from 2015.



This normal?
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I tried to install the sata and chipset drivers but in device manager it keeps stating that i am on an older sata driver from 2015.



This normal?

You shouldn't need that, it's for older AMD CPUs.
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@hughjazz44

tCTL is read by Super IO Chip, shown as CPU Sensor under heading Asus Crosshair VI Hero (ITE IT8665E), this temperature/chip controls fans smile.gif . It has been this was since the start and now wink.gif .

Super IO Chip has also been referred to as SIO, Asus EC, etc in this thread, there some more info available via the search. Chip used is ITE IT8665E.

@kaseki

Sweet to read some more testing of yours smile.gif .

Be aware when you remove power, mobo posts multiple times and does not show Q-Code: F9 (ie memory training failure) it is just a "normal" process based on UEFI options your using.

Fail_CNT is the value used by AMD code to know how many times to retry memory training when there is an error ie Q-Code: F9.

I have observed the board post process differs between:-

i) PSU inactive prior to posting from shutdown.

ii) PSU active prior to posting from shutdown.

iii) Resume from Sleep.

iv) Reboot when motherboard was already powered/posted previously.

Well 24 - 24 - 24 - 24 - 60 did not fail the first boot of the day from shutdown, always a good sign in my book smile.gif . Continuing further testing today on that setup smile.gif .
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You shouldn't need that, it's for older AMD CPUs.

Yeah i know but i can't get rid of the damn driver lol.

Its haunting me ever sins i have installed it and there is no way to get rid of it.. I tried AMD clean up tool but it doesn't work, i installed the newest X370 chipset driver and it said that its installed but WIndows keeps reporting the 2015 driver in device manager..
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Yeah i know but i can't get rid of the damn driver lol.

Its haunting me ever sins i have installed it and there is no way to get rid of it.. I tried AMD clean up tool but it doesn't work, i installed the newest X370 chipset driver and it said that its installed but WIndows keeps reporting the 2015 driver in device manager..

Does it reinstall itself when you uninstall it in Device Manager?
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It doesn't do anything when i try to uninstall it. I guess its Windows 10 itself that keeps installing it or prevents me from uninstalling.
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Using 1403 BIOS now. Can run my G.Skill Trident Z RGB at 2666MHz now although I seem to need 1.425Volts.... Anyone else find themsleves having to use higher voltages for their RAM? timings are relaxed as well. Sticks are stock speed of 3000mhz.

Also, with my overclock i'm running 3.75GHz on a custom watercooling loop at 1.395V @ 62C max load Prime95 for 30 minutes. When I try to reach 4GHz it seems to want alot more voltage. I've gone up a little past 1.4V but haven't went to like 1.45V or anything... Is something like that safe? What is the safest voltage I should realistically be aiming for, at which point my OC will obviously be done.

Thanks



Edited by CwStrife - 7/3/17 at 12:32am
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...Also, with my overclock i'm running 3.75GHz on a custom watercooling loop at 1.395V @ 62C max load Prime95 for 30 minutes....

wow, that is a lot of voltages! I only need 1.155v for 3.75ghz with my 1700 (LLC3).
post #21920 of 30366
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wow, that is a lot of voltages! I only need 1.155v for 3.75ghz with my 1700 (LLC3).

Any advice or help you can give? I see people posting about this, and it's not like i'm running a cheap air cooler either? Maybe my chip really just sucks, but I don't know...
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