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Hello!

Can anyone share link with @Stilt DRAM preset for 3466 s-rank b-die ? Can't find it.
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Hello!

Can anyone share link with @Stilt DRAM preset for 3466 s-rank b-die ? Can't find it.

Its in your BIOS... Look for RAM presents.
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Cold Boot.

Yikes, guys, this topic has been beaten to death in this thread -- I think more than once (which makes it a zombie topic).

What is happening is that with no power, certain training parameters are forgotten. When you repower and try to POST, the EC starts training over. Each training fail will cause it to try again. If the retry setting value is only 1, then you don't get more tries, and the DRAM frequency will be reset to 2133. Successful POST with OC timings will generally take three tries, so the retry value in the BIOS settings should be set to 3 or greater. I believe this setting is now at the end of the table of DRAM timings.

I cannot find the option to set the number of retrys in the 1403 bios. Is it named something obscure?
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I cannot find the option to set the number of retrys in the 1403 bios. Is it named something obscure?

Advanced\AMD CBS\DDR4 Common Options Fail_CNT.
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Advanced\AMD CBS\DDR4 Common Options Fail_CNT.

Thanks so much for that.
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That is correct. The readings from this EC sensor is not reliable and is extremely buggy. I did some testing this week and came to that conclusion with The Stilt. I Emailed Asus about this and like i said before, people with issues should report this to Asus.
I've been pointing out that this Super I/O chip has been a source of various problems for months.
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Advanced\AMD CBS\DDR4 Common Options Fail_CNT.

Thanks so much for that.

Sorry, I guess I misremembered where it is. I'm not at present able to delve into the BIOS at a whim.
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That is correct. The readings from this EC sensor is not reliable and is extremely buggy. I did some testing this week and came to that conclusion with The Stilt. I Emailed Asus about this and like i said before, people with issues should report this to Asus.

To clarify: Tctl and Tdie are reported directly via the CPU. The TE8665E has a 'CPU' value that is usually Tdie, but swaps to Tctl after sleep - which is likely a BIOS failure as it does not place the TE8665E back into a properly initialized state after sleep.

The TE8665E also reports the motherboard, socket, and other temperatures, ad well as fan RPMs and Vcore... none of those are problematic (and none require any logical configuration). The CPU temperature reported by the TE8665E on the CH6 is simply an integer version of Tdie (and Tctl when the BIOS doesn't update it after sleep). I'm not sure how the TE8665E acquires this temperature value, though.
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Its in your BIOS... Look for RAM presents.

Are these presets under the Overclocking Presets or the D.O.C.P Presets? I don't have B-die RAM, but just curious to where they are because I've never seen them.
    
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