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Originally Posted by TwoBeers View Post

Did you try to change the VID of p2?

Cause OC via p0 also works for me, there's no issue.

But I want to downclock p2 and this doesn't work anymore.

On my usual OC profile, then changed PState 2 VID, no issue on booting, etc.

I change frequency of PState 2 and board got stuck on Q-CODE OC with Q-LED VGA.
Edited by gupsterg - 4/7/17 at 4:57pm
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@elmor

I have a question, will we have BIOSes in the future that allow us to turn 1T or 2T on or off? My past Motherboards allowed this, is there a reason it has not been implemented?
post #7713 of 17462
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

On my usual OC profile, then changed PState 2 VID, no issue on booting, etc.

I change frequency of PState 2 and board got stock on Q-CODE OC with Q-LED VGA.

So downclocking p2 also doesn't work for you?
post #7714 of 17462
Was on Bios 1001, rolled up to BIOS 0083 , restored optimized defaults rebooted installed, cleared BIOS reset everything. Windows works, but crashes quickly with the great Black Screen of Death when any load is placed on it, while the same settings for 1001 was stable for over 8 hours of stress testing. Not sure what I'm going to do yet, but wanted to post my findings.

ERIC


EDIT:



As you can see the CPU Voltage is running about 1.35, this while I have the offset set to 0.05 (was previously 0.025 on 1001), it appears that the offset is not being used as the system is at 100%, and yet the CPU voltage was not adjusted from the default for P0 1.35, this seems like a possible bug in the BIOS it also explains the lack of stability as this 1800X is junk and can not even do 3950 without 1.375v and I try to give it 1.38v to be certain.
Edited by egandt - 4/7/17 at 5:35pm
post #7715 of 17462
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Originally Posted by TwoBeers View Post

So downclocking p2 also doesn't work for you?

Yep.

It did work on 0902, didn't try it on 1002. As it made little difference to power used at idle from wall plug readings I'm not fussed to implement it now.

Not saying it doesn't need to be fixed wink.gif , I want fully functioning so if change my mind I can use it wink.gif .
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

Yep.

It did work on 0902, didn't try it on 1002. As it made little difference to power used at idle from wall plug readings I'm not fussed to implement it now.

Not saying it doesn't need to be fixed wink.gif , I want fully functioning so if change my mind I can use it wink.gif .

For me, I couldn't undervolt it. Coming from 0.8xV + 0.15V offset to 0.4xV (max undervolt) +0.15V makes a big difference. That's why I wanna keep it.
And also, I intend to keep settings that once work. But dialing back on the Voltage cause now it doesn't work anymore, is not really an option. wink.gif

Edit: But maybe you're right, maybe it was the FID, not the VID. I've to test that now.
Edited by TwoBeers - 4/7/17 at 5:08pm
post #7717 of 17462
using bios 0082

4x8 32gb Gksill f43200c16q-32gtzb booted right into windows with Dccp standard. 3200mhz biggrin.gif:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D Made my day asus

Until i open cpuz, hardwareinfo and it's showing 2133 lol kidding me.
Edited by nycgtr - 4/7/17 at 5:13pm
post #7718 of 17462
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Originally Posted by LittleVulpix View Post

This is very interesting. With Windows 10 Creator's Update, the board will "hard crash" into code 8 when the GPU part of initialization begins. I have an RX460 without external power. What happens is, when windows starts booting, there's a part during which the driver is loaded (the fans spin at max speed for a brief moment and then the system loads). With Anniversary Update, no problem. Everything works. With Creator's update, the board will get into repeated 8 state, and when I observe the card, I can see the GPU fans get a little jolt every second or so, as if trying to spin up again. I rolled back to AU, no problem again. Went to CU - hard crash. Also when this 8 code happens, I can't do anything. Safe boot doesn't work, boot retry doesn't work - I have to clear cmos and then try it, but anything other than the default values will always result in code 8 again - and default values do half the time.

I tested this twice (reinstalling and uninstalling CU) and it's always the same; so I doubt it's an accident.

@elmor any idea why Creator's Update would be crashing my C6H ?

I have the creator update. same problems here. with minimal overclock I get the code 8 after a few seconds that are in the desktop and if I put the default settings work well but I also saw 1.56v on the core. with 1002 works all right to 4GHz and 1.393v. unfortunately I have a clean install and I can not rollback. Tomorrow, if I have time, I install the 'anniversary
post #7719 of 17462
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

Anyone else sometimes have issues displaying the BIOS?

It boots into BIOS fine, it just doesn't turn the monitor on.

I just normally ctrl-alt-del until it works, but it's annoying.

Only at initial boot, took a bit to appear.
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Yeah it's very strange. Not sure what causes it at all, it just seems like something makes the system at lot more "twitchy" biggrin.gif
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