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post #7801 of 17778
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Originally Posted by LBManiac View Post

With the wraith cooler it doesn't have a 12v power lead just the 3 RGB which is how it caused the problem when I plugged it in wrong. The plug can be put on either way and will still use the signals. I wasn't sure if the strips drew power from the header separately, just ordered a strip to add in to PC. I don't know why though as it is a solid black silent case lol- few vents in the top though so may give it a nice glow smile.gif

Aah, sorry, I misunderstood you were referring to the cooler rgb not the strips. That's what happens when you skim 700 pages.......
It must get the 12v from the fan header then.
Edited by dorbot - 4/7/17 at 11:38pm
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Well, I took a first dive into some basic overclocking with my 1700 and this board and the 0082 UEFI - no BCLK or p states - just straight CPU and memory adjustments. CPU first and then the memory after I reached my goal.

CPU is at 4 GHz, using 1.461 volts. Right now, just browser and a couple of other things like Kodi running, my CPU temp from HWMonitor shows 34 C for package. Running 5 Cinebench tests in a row temps never got over 67 C. Replacing the stock fans on the H110i GT was a good decision, the Noiseblocker E-Loop are WAY quieter and seem to perform better as well. Sitting right next to the case at ear level, I can barely hear it, and when they ramp up it's very tolerable. All fan control done in bios.

Memory (F4-3600C16D-16GTZR) is running at 3200 MHz using 14-14-14-34 at 1.375 volts and reasonable dimm temp (41 C).

I did set the SOC volts to 1.0, and the dram boot volts to 1.375.

Oh, the Cinebench, just to get a rough idea how things are performing, at current settings scored 1734.

For a first evening, I'm very happy. I'm sure I will keep tinkering of course, but my hopes for a level of performance seem quite attainable, particularly as new updates keep coming.
post #7803 of 17778
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Aah, sorry, I misunderstood you were referring to the cooler rgb not the strips. That's what happens when you skim 700 pages.......

I know what you mean, skimmed so much in here smile.gif

It may be I was wrong when it comes to the strips but thought I would mention it as it seems to match the problem I was having and the logic of it showing blue instead of green and vice versa does agree with the pins being reversed. Didn't realise the pin layout could be changed in the software but I've had many issues with it either freezing up and the lights getting stuck and then not working until reinstalled. Just installed the newer intel build so fingers crossed it works better.
    
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Well I thought it was Fixed

29 loops into IBT and a 170v on 1.05V Sb and Instant fail on IBT. All recorded in HW64... The rig didn't crash thou. biggrin.gif

@elmor please if you have time can you have a quick look at my situation and Advise me please


Even if it is just a read out error . It seems to be messing with stability



I have CSV file too but its over 5m
Edited by Ubardog - 4/8/17 at 12:55am
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Same settings 4 GHz (well 3999 to be exact) except lowered CPU voltage to 1.39, booting and running fine so far. Left memory at 3200 MHz using 14-14-14-34 at 1.375 volts.

Oh forgot that I did add level 2 LLC when dropping voltage.
Edited by CeltPC - 4/8/17 at 1:51am
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Dude, you are going to fry your ram. I'm trying to stabalize a G.skill 3600 C16 8X2 kit at 3450 mhz and is taking about 1.4v, check in Hwinfo, dimm temp is like 58C and burning to the touch. I can't imagine how hot yours are. What dimm temp do you have in Hwinfo?

nah man, this was just for testing and making sure dram voltage wasnt the bottleneck. On my 24/7 setup with 3600 14-34 I am also just running 1.4V.

HWinfo reads a max of 15C above ambient, so no worries. I have an open bench and also only 2 sticks, so lot of breathing room for them. I have seen people oc binned teamgroup sticks with 2V on ambient, so memory temps with the limited memory controller of ryzen should not be a problem at all.
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Just updated from 1001 to 0083. Great results so far!

Able to use the 2933 DOCP profile on my 3200 cl16 trident z ram. Previously could not boot on anything above 2400 biggrin.gif 3200 profile still doesn't work but I'm sure someone can hit those speed with a bclk boost. I personally use pstates so not going to try.

Anybody with non samsung b die ram try out the DOCP profiles!
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Updated to 0078. At 3.8Ghz and 2x8GB DDR4-3200 14-14-14-34. Seems solid.
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Just updated from 1001 to 0083. Great results so far!

Able to use the 2933 DOCP profile on my 3200 cl16 trident z ram. Previously could not boot on anything above 2400 biggrin.gif 3200 profile still doesn't work but I'm sure someone can hit those speed with a bclk boost. I personally use pstates so not going to try.

Anybody with non samsung b die ram try out the DOCP profiles!

Hynix F4-3000C15-8GTZB. With 0083 and vddr at 1.37 and ddrboot at 1.41v its stable at 3200 DOCP! Finally!

Thank you ASUS and thank you Elmor!! biggrin.gif
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These new BIOSes seem to be going alright, lots of people going from 1t to 2t though.

Seems like 0079-0083 needs more voltage for vcore can anyone confirm? i may just wait for the official BIOS, I'm enjoying my 1.199 vcore stability and 2933 ram at 16-16-16-16-36.

Still no audio fix though.
    
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