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New beta BIOS gives me a 0d code as well. Cleared CMOS, no luck.


Any ideas?

remove the RAM modules, then click the reset button and then you can return the modules again
Power off pc first and unplug it wink.gif
Drain capacitors before pulling sticks
This to prevent damage due to discharge
Then do as usmus suggested

My 2 cents
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I do not care about small problems, I'm only concerned with 2 questions:
1) why RAM overclocking is artificially limited (Many parameters are hidden, for example "DQS, data drive strength, processor on-die termination". procODT has a very tight adjustment, it's not enough to keep the memory stable. In the new bios we were forbidden to regulate CLDO).
2) what happens to M.2, 7 months without changes

we are held for idiots, and a month later we will see the advertisement of new motherboards and processors with fantastic "improvements"

If I get ban here, you'll be the first to know about it.

SAND BAGGING POS CORPORATIONS!!!!!!!!thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by 1usmus View Post

I do not care about small problems, I'm only concerned with 2 questions:
1) why RAM overclocking is artificially limited (Many parameters are hidden, for example "DQS, data drive strength, processor on-die termination". procODT has a very tight adjustment, it's not enough to keep the memory stable. In the new bios we were forbidden to regulate CLDO).
2) what happens to M.2, 7 months without changes

we are held for idiots, and a month later we will see the advertisement of new motherboards and processors with fantastic "improvements"

If I get ban here, you'll be the first to know about it.

I have to agree with you here, why limit features if you already know that people will mod the bioses eventually just not use them becouse you limited for example CLDO wich is a major feature that eventually could get your system stable and as he told they might just do this to get new products out there "improvements".

I'm so thankful we got you on this forum 1usmus, i would def be lost without your tool keep up the good work and ignore thoese people, i am one of many that knows what kind of effort you have put out for us.

Elmor i really hope you guys unlock CLDO fully, and eventually fix the drop in speeds.

Gonna hold of with this bios as for now as i see no point upgrading just becouse of the two reasons above
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I'm experiencing a weird problem. Every 3-5 boots, my BIOS fails to POST with my current OC settings and will reset to optimized defaults. I believe the settings to be stable as I've stress tested both the RAM and the CPU, so what could be causing this issue?
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Well, wont even try this test BIOS.

It has been a long journey (10+ different bios) for me to achieve these results:



So, I won't be flashing away from 1701 unless if it means to get more performance out of my hardware.

Higher latency on ram? no thanks

I don't want to... up-downgrade?

Wouldn't make any sense!
Edited by AmxdPt - 11/21/17 at 3:22pm
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This is how you find out which AGESA version you have:

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in fairness to all else, this agesa version probably was a pain as all heck to get work right with the clock gen and these are the bugs as a result (weird latency issues with certain settings be the result of them trying to get clock gen and other board features to play nice) gonna see if messing with a few other things helps anything for letting me run without gear down at cr1 and see what happens
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in fairness to all else, this agesa version probably was a pain as all heck to get work right with the clock gen and these are the bugs as a result (weird latency issues with certain settings be the result of them trying to get clock gen and other board features to play nice) gonna see if messing with a few other things helps anything for letting me run without gear down at cr1 and see what happens
Dunno what it does but perhaps the answer lies in these settings http://cdn.overclock.net/c/c9/c97075c3_171121114912.jpeg
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Dunno what it does but perhaps the answer lies in these settings http://cdn.overclock.net/c/c9/c97075c3_171121114912.jpeg

could be, but me thinks that just custom memory training options and that is something I believe non of us besides maybe 1usmus would touch with a ten foot pool
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Originally Posted by LightningManGTS View Post

in fairness to all else, this agesa version probably was a pain as all heck to get work right with the clock gen and these are the bugs as a result (weird latency issues with certain settings be the result of them trying to get clock gen and other board features to play nice) gonna see if messing with a few other things helps anything for letting me run without gear down at cr1 and see what happens

While I understand all of that, I bought my system back in March. I didn't have it stable until 1701 came....

I know for a fact that it hasn't been easy for Asus or any of the other manufacturers to push out agesa 1.0.7.1 bioses because it was a major refactor, I am a programmer for living and I knew that it was going to take a while when I read "oh, major new approach on agesa".

But, once again, I bought my hardware back in MARCH, I, and almost everyone in the forum, waited 8 whole months to have a "stable" machine with a "minor" OC.

Just so you understand how frustrated I am, I have been waiting for Asus to write back to me in this forum:

https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?94266-URGENT-SUPPORT-REQUIRED-PC-reboot-when-installing-driver-of-ESSENCE-STX-II/page8

Because I have an issue with my sound card.

"Oh its the overclock", I reset the bios settings to its defaults, record a small clip to show them the issue and to prove it is not from the OC and I haven't heard from them EVER SINCE! That was 2+ months ago. I even sent them a dump file....

I just hope Asus can pull a rabbit out of their magic hats with this new agesa and that AMD didn't **** up in its creation because I have had enough beta testing this platform.

I want a machine I can rely on and that won't random reboot because of some strange issue no one can help me with lol
Edited by AmxdPt - 11/21/17 at 4:01pm
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