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Im testing the new BIOS versions ! will post results + screenshots later..

Sneakpreview: 0079 needs more vcore passing IBT for me frown.gif

Is the Pstates working with BCLK above 100 on the new bios versions ?
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Using 0082 bios, I'm still seeing Tctl and even "CPU" temp in HWiNFO reporting 60C idle temp. Doesn't matter if i'm overclocked or stock clocks & voltages. I have an H110i for reference. I've tried enabling SenseMI skew @ 272, disabling, nothing seems to make a difference. What is going on?
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Could those of you with DMMs see if the higher Vcore offset requirement of the new BIOSes actually results in higher voltages? I'm seeing something suggesting the default might just be lower so the offset requires a higher number.
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Originally Posted by S1L3N7D3A7H View Post

Both + more vcore. Memory tested stable, but I was getting code 8 crashes in a standard IBT-AVX run. Too much voltage to make it pass for me, so I'll settle for my 24/7 proven overclock.

Interesting, one would think you RAM should not need more voltage since it's rated for higher frequencies. Do not see a direct correlation to core voltage either. But I would suspect SoC voltage to be a factor with increasing fabric clocks. Going to test a bit myself.
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Can you list Aura software version and show the Main tab in the BIOS showing BIOS & iROG versions? Which strip or chassi is it you're connecting to the RGB header? As you say it looks like Green/Blue pins are inverted, but strange that it's working in calibration. Looks like a very nice setup there smile.gif

@elmor

edit: I wasnt using the cablemod adapter that switch the green and blue.

I'm currently using the version available on the Asus website. V1.04.26. I also tried the Intel version you link earlier this week (V.1.04.29 or 31 if I remember correctly), but it doesnt change anything except I have more crash/freeze with it.
The iROG versio is (look at the picture below?)
CableMod magnetic rgb, so they are suppose to be aura ready? I have 6 strip and all of them is doing that.
Case: Inwin 303
Thanks you biggrin.gif If you want to see more pictures of the build: http://imgur.com/a/Kl0vh


I also tried with the stock RGB cooler. when I'm choosing a static color, it's working (blue is blue, green is green, etc..), but the rainbow effect isnt synchronize (ninja edit: yes it is sync if I'm calibrating it)
edit: One thing I noticed is when I was calibrating the stock cooler, when it was asking for the color. The order was 1-3-2 (red-blue-green). But now with the cablemod RGB led it's 1-2-3(red-green-blue). What's suppose to be the right order in the calibration setting? red-blue-green or red-green blue in the calibration?

I updated my BIOS and the new windows version (with the gaming mode) at the same time. Yesterday, I tried (in order) 1002 -> 0082 -> 1002 -> 0079 (now I have 0079). I also tried a reset of the PC (but I still have the last windows version)


Edited by Wally West - 4/8/17 at 5:59am
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Okay, the 1T is producing memory errors with 2x16 GB dual ranked at 3200 for me. 2T seems to be better so far. Timings can't be lower than 18-16-16-16-36 at 3200 it seems.

Edit1: Still flipped a bit at 2T with vSOC 1.175v, going one notch higher now.

Edit2: 2T and 1.18xx vSOC seems promising.
Edited by BoMbY - 4/8/17 at 6:17am
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Originally Posted by Serchio View Post

0083, what do you mean by chip? smile.gif

1700/1700x/1800x lol.
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A couple of comments related to a few posts I read while trying to catch up:

1. I was getting the provisioning error on the AMD power plan installer until I ran it from my Desktop. I was initially trying to run it from a network drive.
2. I need higher Vcore as well on 0081. When I checked with a DMM it seems like maybe the higher settings don't actually produce a higher voltage than 1002 (maybe there's an internal offset difference)
3. I'm excited to see people having some luck with the ODT setting. I'm going to play with that today.

For anyone unfamiliar with ODT, it's a termination setting for signal integrity purposes. It's not going to affect performance (directly) or degrade your chip but it will affect your ability to run at higher clock speeds. Both DRAM and DRAM controllers (IMCs) have ODT (on-die termination) resistors that are configurable to a few different settings. Nominal ODT values are often set based on trace impedances, but other factors often come into play. I can imagine things like: number of DIMMs installed, DIMM PCB design, VDIMM and VTT voltages, etc all having an effect on which ODT setting works best. I would shy away from very high settings because the signal will overshoot/ring a lot and potentially cause problems.

Interesting. I wonder if theres any downside to people who are changing it to 80ohms instead of 53.3.
    
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Interesting. I wonder if theres any downside to people who are changing it to 80ohms instead of 53.3.

There shouldn't be. They're most likely just dialing in an optimal setting for their configuration.
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Feedback on BIOS 0081 (coming from 1002):

Overclocking CPU requires more Vcore (haven't determined exactly how much yet).
Auto SoC is higher now (1.09v versus 0.95v), forcing a switch to negative offset to get the same SoC as 1002.
Still booted at 3200 14-14-14-14-34-1T first try and have no problems with restarts or cold boots.

Need me some o' them higher speed straps for RAM, since my other hardware doesn't like BCLK overclocking.


I was about to pust same thing. I needed to add more cpu volts for same clock.. So from 1.418 im now at 1.425 aka max recomended for luquid cooling by asus
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1700/1700x/1800x lol.
Interesting. I wonder if theres any downside to people who are changing it to 80ohms instead of 53.3.

Sorry, I'm unconscious today. It's 1700X smile.gif
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