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Would someone with Bios 1602 be so very kind and post a screenshot of their cpu multi, divider and that page? Take a picture where you see the target speed in the upper left corner like this picture.
Speed doesn't matter, as long as it is manual or DOCP.


Something is fundamentally changed in this bios as far as cpu overclocking goes.

The only thing i see wrong is that you load up DOCP 3603 profile and you set ram frequency to 3333.. You set ratio to 39x and get 3.9 GHz, what seems to be off according to you than?
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The DOCP is the standard one if you look one more time. DOCP standard have always defaulted to the memory set spd. Memory speed isn't the issue i'm asking about, it's the cpu speed.
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The DOCP is the standard one if you look one more time. DOCP standard have always defaulted to the memory set spd. Memory speed isn't the issue i'm asking about, it's the cpu speed.
You didn't specify FID value
Maybe that why it's showing some thing else then you expected
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FID is specified and it is the only value i could set that had the target speed of 3900 mhz if you look in the upper left corner. Yet in Windows, it is definitely not 3900. What happened to the normal multis of 30-40?
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sorry.. i ment "DID" rolleyes.gif
You could check Ramad his settings
He uses the FID and DID also for specifying the speed

I'm still on 1501 and the following give me 4Ghz
  • Ai Overclock Tuner [Default][Manual]
  • BCLK Frequency [100.0000]
  • Custom CPU Core Ratio [Auto]
  • > CPU Core Ratio [Auto][40.00]

Edited by DarkLordThe1st - 9/23/17 at 2:31am
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The worst part is that, apparently, Asus KNOWS about the issue, and HAS KNOWN for several BIOS revisions. I guess they can't be bothered to implement a fix.

That's disappointing. I like the ASUS Q-Fan control stuff, it's one of the reasons I've used ASUS boards for my last 2 builds and went with them again for my current Ryzen one. I wish they'd fix it.
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Found out that it is 2XFID/DID that is the Multi and Auto DID turned out to be something totally different. 8 DID is the lowest manual you can set which makes sense. 2X156/8 is 39.
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Found out that it is 2XFID/DID that is the Multi and Auto DID turned out to be something totally different. 8 DID is the lowest manual you can set which makes sense. 2X156/8 is 39.
Those fields are for Pstate i think
Check this if you want to know how to set Pstate
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Found out that it is 2XFID/DID that is the Multi and Auto DID turned out to be something totally different. 8 DID is the lowest manual you can set which makes sense. 2X156/8 is 39.

Changing the setting "Custom CPU Core Ratio" to AUTO will show the traditional multiplier (x38, x39...etc).
CPU speed will be bugged and stuck at P-state 1 if P-stat 0 settings are changed to values the CPU does not agree with or understand.
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That's disappointing. I like the ASUS Q-Fan control stuff, it's one of the reasons I've used ASUS boards for my last 2 builds and went with them again for my current Ryzen one. I wish they'd fix it.

Yes it is..

This is a known issue which they know of for a very very long time. The reason i think they do not fix it is because not all systems are affected by it..

I discussed the EC sensor issues i am having with The Stilt and in my own testing it only happens when i try to access it via hardwareinfo64.. I run Aida64 for a couple of days and i have zero issues and temps, fan speeds are normal. As soon as i launch hardwareinfo64, i get this crazy stuff like weird temp readings like -79 and fan speed is all over the place or set at 100%.

It appears that hardwareinfo64 triggers the option from hardware fan control to software control and than the sensor gets overloaded and craps out which is causing these issues. I don't personally think its hardwareinfo64 to blame but rather Asus for adding this stupid sensor which is extremely buggy and cheap..

I send Asus an email about it and i would suggest anyone that is having this problem to do that too in order to gather more info and to show them that there are a lof of us affected by it. Its own software called ALsuite is extremely buggy and you need an external removal tool to get rid of it.. IMO this is unacceptable for such high end hardware and they need to look in to this or perhaps remove the EC sensor entirely and find another solution to monitor temps etc.
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