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I am sorry to hear that man, its no fun and people mostly don't understand.

The best way to deal with depression is to workout or get a dog or cat. The main thing is that you have to have distraction. I know this from personal experience.

Man i'm a machine. I run 10k EVERY DAY and work out 30-60 minutes EVERY DAY. I eat all self cooked meals no takeaway no sugar ect. I'm ripped can do 20k like it was a walk. As i NEED endorphin for breakfast to gete me in good mood for rest of the day.

Dont drink any alcohol anymore. Smoke some shire herbs in evenings to get my mind off things and fall asleep. And when i really got enough of existence its time for tea with mad hatter in the Acidlan.




Anyway back on Ryzen topic. That 12nm upgrade looks juicy. What You think guys ?? 4.4 max clock on new process ??
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Only if i pull the plug or theres a power outage


thats normal more or less its how Ryzen is and most of us have it. Same here been like that day one and afaik THERE IS NO FIX
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thats normal more or less its how Ryzen is and most of us have it. Same here been like that day one and afaik THERE IS NO FIX

Dam seriously :/
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Dam seriously :/

Yup as that data is stored in chip itself that does not have any backup battery or something.
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Dam seriously :/

No that's complete and utter nonsense..

Flash new 1602 BIOS and all is well.

Put the BIOS on your USB stick and insert it in your BIOS flashback port on the back side of your board.

Boot in BIOS and load default settings and reboot in BIOS. Shut PC down and pull the power cord from your PC and hold down the power button for like 10 seconds, this way the EC sensor and other things can reset. Boot in to BIOS and flash new BIOS and reboot in BIOS again.

Than apply your overclocking settings and you should be golden.
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No that's complete and utter nonsense..

Flash new 1602 BIOS and all is well.

Put the BIOS on your USB stick and insert it in your BIOS flashback port on the back side of your board.

Boot in BIOS and load default settings and reboot in BIOS. Shut PC down and pull the power cord from your PC and hold down the power button for like 10 seconds, this way the EC sensor and other things can reset. Boot in to BIOS and flash new BIOS and reboot in BIOS again.

Than apply your overclocking settings and you should be golden.

Hey hurricane28 iam on 1602 Bios but used the Easy flash thing on bios menu to flash it do i definitly have to use the usb flashback port method ?
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Hey hurricane28 iam on 1602 Bios but used the Easy flash thing on bios menu to flash it do i definitly have to use the usb flashback port method ?

That is recommended yes. Its highly recommended to reset to default settings in BIOS BEFORE you flash the BIOS and reset EC sensor like i mentioned in my previous post. And you should be good to go.
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In case you're not aware HCI with 16GB on a R7 should be setup as 16 instances x 850MB each.
Most consider 1000% a safe place to start from for memory stability. Doesn't mean you stop here, but chances are good you'll be very close. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Which mem kit are you running?
Please give this a read when you have time, it'll save a lot questions http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig


I used 24 days uptime with work play and so on as test and never hang before. I was just curious if some of my values were wrong or too relaxxed.
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That is recommended yes. Its highly recommended to reset to default settings in BIOS BEFORE you flash the BIOS and reset EC sensor like i mentioned in my previous post. And you should be good to go.

It does not work with TOTAL POWER CUTOFF like hes tryuing. I do flashback method every time and its my video how to do it in Elmor's first post. Does not help with memory dropping to 2133 then u load profile and u back at whatever You had before.

On that note i need tu update my Video with link to New bios
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Can't for the life of me enable Bankgroupswap.

2x8 Samsung B
Bios 1602

The option is only in one place in the bios options, right?

I enabled it and Ryzen timing checker still tells me it is disabled.
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