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Also, any Idea why after supposedly installing the new Ryzen balanced power plan, it fails to show up in power options?
Edited by Reikoji - 4/7/17 at 11:18am
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Board does great with the m.2 slot in auto; currently at 140 BCLK without issue but like before, the RAM has to be below 3200 at this point (might be able to tweak that a bit later).

My drive in the m.2 slot is Gen 2, and if I keep it on Auto it runs at SATA speed. I have to manually set it to Gen 2 to go faster. It still is slower than it was with a PCIe adaptor in my old board.
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Also, any Idea why after supposedly installing the new Ryzen balanced power plan, it fails to show up in power options?

Did you run the installer as administrator?
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Did you run the installer as administrator?

I sure did. It even shows up in installed packages when i open Add or remove provisioning package.
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F4-3200C14 TridentZ and F4-3200C14 FlareX - these are the same RAM, right?
Suppose they have same OC potencial. I am purchasing C6H, R5 1600 next week and I will choose one of these 2 kits. Price difference is 8 EUR (FlareX has bigger price).

To save 8 EUR and buy TridentZ or FlareX? Idea is OC to as far as they or far as C6H can go.

Thanks.

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Would it be possible for a similar little program to make it match CPU (Tdie) instead?

Tdie is not a real sensor. HWiNFO on X CPU just take Tctl and deduct the offset highlighted by AMD that X CPU have and show as separate sensor.
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Tdie is not a real sensor. HWiNFO on X CPU just take Tctl and deduct the offset highlighted by AMD that X CPU have and show as separate sensor.

Isnt this supposed to be the other way around? Tctl coming with the added +20c set by AMD "so fans kick in sooner" ?

EDIT: Well... the i see why this change is happening. the 1.8V PLL voltage (normally at 1.8..) was at set to 2v, and this causes temperature reading to change.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/7/17 at 11:38am
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Similar to another member, ProcODT has enabled me to increase the BCLK above 100 which allows me to break past 3200. Prior to this, anything above 99.8 would result in an f9 reboot. Havent pushed to see how far I can take it yet (ProcODT currently set to 60).
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0081 didn't change much for me, compared to 0902, for RAM settings of higher than 2666 on 2x16 GB dual ranked memory. I think I'm running with exactly the same settings and results as before.

Only the memory latency seems to be 6-8ns lower, as promised by the fix from AMD.
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0081 didn't change much for me, compared to 0902, for RAM settings of higher than 2666 on 2x16 GB dual ranked memory. I think I'm running with exactly the same settings and results as before.

Only the memory latency seems to be 6-8ns lower, as promised by the fix from AMD.

For 2T, you may want to try 0083, since that is the 2T version of 0081. 0079 and later are the new ones based on the Agesa update from AMD.
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