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Some recent findings:

- 1701 and 0052 fix the PCI Express enumeration error of chipset connected PCIe slots. Using 9920 and earlier resulted in my LSI/Agere based Firewire card not being enumerated/detected anymore after a shutdown/soft-off, unless I changed slots. Now it's working properly.

- 0052 seems to include memory OC fixes similar to 9920. This means that on first short tests my memory OC is kept intact over shutdown/soft-off and cold-boot (power-switch), while with 1701 I would often lose my memory OC settings even over shutdown/soft-off.

- Windows 10 Fall Creators does *not* fix the CPU scheduling/priority issues of Creators that cause input (mouse + keyboard) and output (graphic-card) to be stuck for seconds even when only a single logical CPU core is maximized with certain loads. Too bad.
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Hey all - I want to set ProcODT to 60 ohm but on what page in bios should I resort to? I ask this because I see it in 'Extreme Tweaker" and reads as "ProcODT_SM" but under Advanced>AMD CBS>DDR5 Common Options, it reads as "ProcODT". I'm curious to find out where most of you are making these changes from.

I'm looking to try to boot using Stilt's Fast option at 3200Mhz first and see how it goes. Is there anything else I should modify besides setting ProcODT to 60 ohm for the ram?

Right now all is set to Auto below 'Power Down Enable' under DRAM via Extreme Tweaker. I want to accomplish 14-13-13-13 f@3200Mhz. My ram is G.Skill Flare X 3200Mhz and on latest bios.

I run both (Extreme and CBS) set to 60. Also have Fail_CNT set to 3. Bios 9920.
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Did some testing of my own.
Starting point for me were the below settings (in signature) on original 1501 bios.
Additional to this, i tweaked the memory timings.

Now let's see how the Memory Interleaving affected my system performance...

Interleaving settings at "auto" to get a baseline so we can see if specifying it improves or not. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Memory Interleaving Set @ Channel 256bytes auto-cached Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Memory Interleaving Set @ Channel 256bytes cached Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Now let's see if setting Cached to Uncached changes anything
Memory Interleaving Set @ Channel 256bytes UnCached Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Hmmm... so things get worse... Let's skip the Uncached testings as it suggests that on the other settings the result will also be worse then what we try to achieve.

Memory Interleaving Set @ Channel 512bytes auto-cached Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Memory Interleaving Set @ Die 256bytes auto-cached Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Memory Interleaving Set @ Die 512bytes auto-cached Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Memory Interleaving Set @ Socket 256bytes auto-cached Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Memory Interleaving Set @ Socket 512bytes auto-cached Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Now... For the fun of it... let's see what disabling Interleaving does
Memory Interleaving Set @ Disabled Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Now... that was interesting right?
Disabling it actually improved CPU performance, but as expected... the overall performance and the memory performance decreased.

The settings for 1k and 2k would not load for me.
Probably due to me having installed only 2 memory sticks (slot A2 and B2) and i'm not on a custom watercoolingloop but on a X62 NZXT cooler

How it will benefit real-life performance ... is up to you to find out.
This certainly gave some indication of what might be helpful to boost performance biggrin.gif

Nice work man thumb.gif

Will test this myself when i have more time.
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Also, really good latency in Aida with the CB15 bias, if it's stable like that I'll leave it on:



Just testing out stability right now.

Those are a lot tighter than my stable settings:




3466 MHz CL 14 simply isn't stable enough on my platform at 3.950 GHz. Maybe when adjusting some settings but i have no idea what i am doing with RAM to be honest lol.

This is my previous setting:
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The other problem is the lag and freeze with my mouse and keyboard when a launch or close a program, even sometimes the screen freeze too.

I hope some near BIOS and Windows Update help to finish this kind of problems because is really frustrating since first day I bought the "best Ryzen CPU" and the "best motherboard" in other to make a great Overclock and powerfull platform.
The issues I describe were introduced by Windows Creators and not fixed in Fall Creators. They affect all CPUs, not just AMD/Ryzen ones, I tested a whole bunch of very different PCs for that.
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I've been running and mining with @1usmus modified 1701 bios and the falls creator update for about.... half a week to almost a week? with very limited to none existant issues running a 104mhz blk oc of 4.108ghz cpu and 3466cas14 mem mhz so I'd figure I'd post my latency's



still having issues in memtest86+ with the 4th dim and it giving a bad bit at the 30g address range but thats only after 4 dedicated 28g-32g address passes on test 9 all core, given my lack of ability to mess with rqz as any changes to it other then setting it to auto or 7/3/1 causes memory training to fail I'm willing to accepts this as the point of true stability with these clocks. who knows maybe with the new memory training with the agesa update the damn thing will stop being a pain in my rear. Other than that my peak hashrate with all this ends up being around 640~645h/s at around 80-100 watts of cpu power draw or 100-120 watts if you include soc (probably should) in cryponight (paired thread to core count affinity)
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The same problem here, I'm on 1701, my CPU is Ryzen 1800X at 3975MHz, here where I live the electric service is bad, every week at least one day the power gone off, so my PC restart in a loop that took 2 or 3 times in order to stabilize the post and enter Windows.

The other problem is the lag and freeze with my mouse and keyboard when a launch or close a program, even sometimes the screen freeze too.

I hope some near BIOS and Windows Update help to finish this kind of problems because is really frustrating since first day I bought the "best Ryzen CPU" and the "best motherboard" in other to make a great Overclock and powerfull platform.

its gotta be said me doing the dumb thing of trying to run the ec microcode that drops blk done to 90 and then back up at boot while running 1usmus's calc timmings was quite the dumb thing to do as now my cold boot loops have been reduced to 1 at most with them and his modified 1701 bios and the update of the ec microcode to 0312

as for the screen freezing and lagging I had those issues at intial os launch and login when I tried updating to the fall creators update when I was perfectly fine in the original creators update. I ended up unistalling a bunch of stuff before updating and then reinstalling them afterwards and that has seem to help each time I've tried it. why microsoft would make it that you need to essential reinstall windows to run an update of all things the world may never know
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I did a full Windows reset (necessary due to blue screens after upgrade to Fall Creators), but I can still reproduce the input/output stalling issues.
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I did a full Windows reset (necessary due to blue screens after upgrade to Fall Creators), but I can still reproduce the input/output stalling issues.

had those since day 1and found no solution
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had those since day 1and found no solution

mine is only with unstable ram overclock

using newer set of timings from 1usmus and fast 3200 not had the problem
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mine is only with unstable ram overclock

using newer set of timings from 1usmus and fast 3200 not had the problem
full stable 1000% hci pass and still
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