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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

what frequency were you running at?
My 24/7 is 3.95GHz but I tested multiple values. 3400, 3600, 3800, 3950...
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Originally Posted by ProTekkFZS View Post

The BIOS isn't dangerous. What's dangerous is assuming that previous values of a previous BIOS still apply. Don't blindly go setting old values on a new BIOS that's undergone a drastic update.

To further expand on this, my "old" voltage for 4GHz was 1.4V with LLC 5. I'm now running stable at 4GHz with 25mV less than before.

True. Still does not explain the Pstate failing. It's not working at all.
post #7592 of 16868
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Originally Posted by mRkukov View Post

My 24/7 is 3.95GHz and tested multiple values. 3400, 3600, 3800, 3950...
Still does not explain the Pstate failing. It's not working at all.

Did you change the VID in the pstate? if so it will get ignored.
post #7593 of 16868
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

Did you change the VID in the pstate? if so it will get ignored.

Nope. Only FID.
Edited by mRkukov - 4/7/17 at 9:26am
post #7594 of 16868
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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post

The one I had that suicided went right back to microcenter. That's one of the benefits of buying in store.

Well at the time Microcenter didn't have stock. I was hoping Asus would...what a mistake.
post #7595 of 16868
Finally passed ibt max @3.8Ghz 1.33v set in bios llc1, took 17hours with 64GB smile.gif
Bios 0038 would like to test out 0083 but doesnt allow the same fan control as 0038 it seems bugged.


Edited by SNAiL3R - 4/7/17 at 9:35am
post #7596 of 16868
Some more information on Tctl offset and throttling:

- Offsets are not applied over 95C Tctl.
- If an offset shoots Tctl over 95C then the offset is dialed back quickly to match Tctl = 95C.
- As real CPU temperature keeps rising the offset decreases accordingly to match 95C.
- When real CPU temperature increases over 95C Tctl increases accordingly without offset.

- "Soft" throttling (down to around x30) is applied when Tctl + offset = 95C. The higher the real CPU temp increases towards 95C the more soft throttling is applied.
- "Hard" throttling (down to x0.5) is applied when real CPU temp hits 95C.

- Emergency temperature shutdown on my CH6 happens when SIO CPU temp hits 110C, Tctl can increase to slightly higher than SIO CPU over 95C. I saw 113C Tctl before shutdown hit.
post #7597 of 16868
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Originally Posted by S1L3N7D3A7H View Post

I would try first setting an SOC of 0.95v, and set your VTTDDR to 0.6798v. Save and exit. Re-enter BIOS. Set your DRAM and DRAM boot voltage to 1.35v. Save and exit. Re-enter BIOS. Set loose timings on your current bootable RAM settings, like 18-18-18-18-48. Save and exit. Re-enter BIOS. Now raise your RAM setting to 3200. Save and exit. Re-enter BIOS. Set your timings, for that set use 14-14-14-14-34. Save and exit, cross your fingers you passed RAM training.

Edit. Do not use DOCP. Set your BCLK manually. Sometimes you have to overclock your CPU to get higher RAM speeds to train as well. So maybe even try a light overclock to 3.6 or 3.8ghz.

Thank you, I'll try it after work. Yes, my cpu was at stock since I figured I try to find out the best stable ram settings first.
post #7598 of 16868
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Originally Posted by ProTekkFZS View Post

So, either Samsung B-Die chips are really beast or this new EFI update is magical. Probably both. 3000MHz rated kit going strong at 3600 with only 1.4V.

What are your timings for 3600MHz?
post #7599 of 16868
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Originally Posted by RaptormanUSMC View Post

What are your timings for 3600MHz?

Left the timings to Auto. Didn't catch them and bumped my speeds back down since it crapped out during a compile.
post #7600 of 16868
Flashed 0082 from 1002 and am no longer able to run at 3200. I didnt do any extensive testing but tried with very relaxed timings (up to c20) and up to 1.5v on the memory but didnt try the newly available options. With the 2t command rate of 0083 I am able to run 3200 with the same settings as 1002. I'll try 0079 in a bit to see if I can isolate the memory compatibility adjustments as a potential cause.
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