On the previous BIOSes GTAV would not play for me without crashing after 20 minutes. I tried everything, volts up, volts down, default settings, re-flash, re-install of the game etc. and nothing worked. 0079 and the game works.
GTAV is flying so high for me on Ryzen, far better than on my old 4790K, and my 1080 clocks a bit higher than it would before. Edited by Safetytrousers - 4/7/17 at 3:55pm
Not tried upped RAM from 3200MHz C14 1T, had had 134MHz BCLK on 1002 so think will get that on 0079.
Besides not having to wait to launch HWiNFO, which I believe the resolution is the new SMU FW in UEFI for me on Win 7. I feel the system is more responsive when it is "loaded". For example a few times I noted on 0902 / 1002 that app windows that I would load whilst f@h was on rig felt stuttery, now not seen that pretty much all day, all smooth and responsive.
Had no issues in few Y-Cruncher N32/N64 loops and done ~9.75hrs f@h on 0079 .
SIO sensor held the tweak via app during this run.
3200MHz C14 has slightly improved performance in AIDA64 as well.
Got nice 1x mobo boot as well like when on 0902 / 1002.
what is your voltage for that BCLK of 134?did urise any other one?ty 😊 Edited by icyeye - 4/7/17 at 3:54pm
My led strip have a mirror effect in asus aura. If I want to have green, I click blue. if I want blue, I click green. the back IO and Asus logo at the bottom is working correctly. Is it possible that the new BIOS 083 did that?
You may need to calibrate the rgb-header in Aura software.
1800X here with gskill trident Z F4-3200C16D-16GTZB
with 0083 i can finally use my memory at 3200, docp standard and voila
i tried 0079 to 0083, so i think that my kit is unable to sustain command rate = 1T, only 2T
so i am now happy with my system, it is very good
i can push beyond 4.1 but voltage is too much
4GHz with pc at 3200 is very good for me
Can we also get that with the 1700X/1800X offset reduced? I really don't like my custom water loop ramping up fully just because the CPU is hitting around 60°C TJ, because the fan curves end at 75°C :/