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This is at least the third time this thread has gone through this headscratch.gif
This was posted less than two days ago. How much easier can it be said?



http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/29930#post_26460278
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Hiya Gup, nice to see you around again, thought you left this thread thumb.gif

Any news you can share with us?

Hi ya chap! smile.gif.

Never left, just read/observe thread mainly, nothing new mate on my end. TBH Ryzen/C6H I'm not using at present, TR/ZE is in use. I may in a week or two find time to build the C6H up.
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Would also like clarification on this

Just let me know if you get back to EC 310 successfully.
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I get to choose from three different BIOS versions now:

9920: 3950 + 3333-C14, about 67 ns latency, shutdown stable, PCIe enumeration bug
1701: 3950 + 3333-C14, about 67 ns latency, *not* shutdown stable, PCIe enumeration bug fixed
0020: 3950 + 3333-C14, about 70 ns latency, shutdown stable, PCIe enumeration bug fixed

I was not able to compensate the slower memory latency with higher memory or CPU clocks in 0020, so I am currently back to 9920 and have to live with the PCIe enumeration bug.
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What is the stock EC version that came with the motherboard? 

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I get to choose from three different BIOS versions now:

9920: 3950 + 3333-C14, about 67 ns latency, shutdown stable, PCIe enumeration bug
1701: 3950 + 3333-C14, about 67 ns latency, *not* shutdown stable, PCIe enumeration bug fixed
0020: 3950 + 3333-C14, about 70 ns latency, shutdown stable, PCIe enumeration bug fixed

I was not able to compensate the slower memory latency with higher memory or CPU clocks in 0020, so I am currently back to 9920 and have to live with the PCIe enumeration bug.

I think you better stay at 9920. Some users are saying that they are facing higher latency with bios 0020 version. I don't know if this is due to AGESA 1071 however it seems that this bios version increases little bit of memory latency which is undesirable.
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I get to choose from three different BIOS versions now:

9920: 3950 + 3333-C14, about 67 ns latency, shutdown stable, PCIe enumeration bug
1701: 3950 + 3333-C14, about 67 ns latency, *not* shutdown stable, PCIe enumeration bug fixed
0020: 3950 + 3333-C14, about 70 ns latency, shutdown stable, PCIe enumeration bug fixed

I was not able to compensate the slower memory latency with higher memory or CPU clocks in 0020, so I am currently back to 9920 and have to live with the PCIe enumeration bug.

Why do you revert back? Only for that .3 lower RAM latency?
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What is the stock EC version that came with the motherboard? 

i think it depends on the date you purchase the C6H. I think the first ones came with EC 310.
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I think you better stay at 9920. Some users are saying that they are facing higher latency with bios 0020 version. I don't know if this is due to AGESA 1071 however it seems that this bios version increases little bit of memory latency which is undesirable.

Its undesirable yes, but i don't think you will ever notice it in every day tasks other than benchmarks to be honest.

I finally got my system stable and working perfectly so i am not going to try this BIOS after these horror story's in order to get tangled in endlessly tuning and fixin what wasn't broken in the first place. I wait for stable release.
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Its undesirable yes, but i don't think you will ever notice it in every day tasks other than benchmarks to be honest.

I finally got my system stable and working perfectly so i am not going to try this BIOS after these horror story's in order to get tangled in endlessly tuning and fixin what wasn't broken in the first place. I wait for stable release.

Yes I agree it is not easy to notice the difference in every day tasks. However, we are overclockers, and we work on to improve every figures which we feel valuable. To me or maybe to some people, reducing memory latency by 3 may mean something.
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