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uck intel.  f

 

I have no time for a company that behaves the way they do.

 

They will never clean themselves from the things they have done and the the things they have failed to do.

 

The reason your RAM does not work is because of Intel's  abuse of the tech.

 

Your Ram works fine as long as it is intels way, it is synonymous with apple and the church of jobbies.

 

..... Let us not forget or be deceived, all RAM thus far was pandered to Intel.

 

Their billions of bribes to Dell and others has stopped. Or so it is said. 

 

This is the reason your RAM does not work right.  We must not forget how badly Intel has behaved and why we are in the mess we are in.

It is Intel's fault.

 

Given a fair Ten years of development without bribes I hope to see the end of Intel. They have had their evil day..


Edited by dorbot - 7/29/17 at 10:13pm
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Originally Posted by The Stilt View Post

It seems that during the past eight hours several AV scanners started reporting RTC version 1.01 as a malware. It is expected that a software like this is flagged as a malware by some of the lesser AV scanners, but in this case also Kaspersky (which I personally) has started to block it within the last couple hours. The original release was compressed using the most recent UPX version, which most likely is the issue. This version is otherwise obviously identical, but lacks the UPX compression. No issues with Kaspersky with this version, at least for the time being.

Unless you use AV on your systems, there is no need to re-download the file as obviously neither of them contain any actual malware in the first place.

Ryzen Timing Checker 1.01

PW: "RyzenDRAM"

I know it's a conspirancy to steal all our RAM and put it on the Internet for the people to download.

BTW: Download more RAM
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I know it's a conspirancy to steal all our RAM and put it on the Internet for the people to download.

BTW: Download more RAM

Yeah, its intel's latest strategy, lol.

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Yesterday I have flashed 1501, finally I found stable settings for me (kinda). None of mine previous stable base overclocking settings, that I'm used for 1401-1403-9920, didn't work. In 1501 I had to leave few voltages on [Auto], to keep system stable. Will keep looking, but in my opinion this bios version is a little more unbalanced. At least for my config.




P-States0 = 9D [3925MHz]
BIOS Settings
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Ryzen Timing Checker 1.01

PW: "RyzenDRAM"

- Added support for BankGroupSwapAlternative.

I originally intended to hold any further updates until I'm able to support reading the low-level controller parameters (such as ProcODT). Unfortunately it is currently impossible to support reading these parameters, since the current configuration of the PSP prevents it. We'll see if this is going to change, however there is really no ETA (that I'd know of).

EDIT (7/30/2017): The link to 1.01 has been updated. The original version was compressed with UPX and few hours after the initial file was uploaded, several AV scanners started to flag the .exe as malware (including the reputable ones). The repacked version lacks UPX compression.

Kaspersky Internet Security deletes the executable because of Trojan.W32.Fakeoff.ir.
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Originally Posted by The Stilt View Post

It seems that during the past eight hours several AV scanners started reporting RTC version 1.01 as a malware. It is expected that a software like this is flagged as a malware by some of the lesser AV scanners, but in this case also Kaspersky (which I use personally) has started to block it within the last couple hours. The original release was compressed using the most recent UPX version, which most likely is the issue. This version is otherwise obviously identical, but lacks the UPX compression. No issues with Kaspersky with this version, at least for the time being.

Unless you use AV on your systems, there is no need to re-download the file as obviously neither of them contain any actual malware in the first place.

Ryzen Timing Checker 1.01

PW: "RyzenDRAM"

Norton Security reported, that archive is clear. Thanks for RTC update, Stilt thumb.gif
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Did I found a bug in BIOS 1501? VTTDDR is not saved/restored in/from profiles? Can someone else confirm that so we can make an PM to elmor.
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Kaspersky Internet Security deletes the executable because of Trojan.W32.Fakeoff.ir.

With the old version (UPX packed), but not with the new one.

All of the reputable AVs clear it, as they should.

https://virustotal.com/en/file/d2adfc3ebb0a4f60ebd9621ad892c4564d70baa504e6faac674edc761441d945/analysis/1501400685/
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Does ANYONE know what is going on here?
Use less memory for ITB (not max, but more like 12 GB with 16 GB in your system. You will still get regular freezes, because that's part of the nature of this bench.
For Realbench either use 8 GB test size, or free up memory before you start RB (kill tray processes and the like). You will still get freezes at one point shortly before RB calculates a hash checksum (if I remember correctly).

You can try to lower their CPU priority, which can help some. Prime95 runs on lowest idle priority 1 by itself and usually doesn't use all your memory (unless you ask it to).
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Did any of you conected an AIO through BIOS/Board management?
Yes, but I use the CPU fan header for the pump (DC controlled) and fan 2 header for the fans (PWM).
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