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post #8021 of 17365
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

It was instructed by elmor to set global C-states to enabled when using P-state with manual bclk increase.

Yep I've been trying to set it to enabled like he said but as soon as I change the BCLK it blows away any custom pstates etc.
post #8022 of 17365
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Originally Posted by jugs View Post

Yep I've been trying to set it to enabled like he said but as soon as I change the BCLK it blows away any custom pstates etc.

what are your desired BCLK and frequency? and are you trying to change VID inside the pstates?
post #8023 of 17365
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

not with 1.28v under load they arent.

Can confirm, unfortunately wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

what are your desired BCLK and frequency? and are you trying to change VID inside the pstates?

I'm just trying something conservative like that guy posted earlier 106.4 BCLK with 98 FID (38x), DDR freq ~3400MHz @ CL14. No VID changes, just offset.
post #8025 of 17365
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Originally Posted by badhairguy View Post

This is after about 2 minutes of prime 95 blend. *edit* disregard the clock settings shown in bios, it never shows the right clocks in that panel. As a side note (bug?), any time i load an overclock profile, I have to manuall retype the bclk value and hit enter or it doesn't actually change the clocks.

That tdie looks plausible with the offset and ambient temps you're reporting.
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I'm just trying something conservative like that guy posted earlier 106.4 BCLK with 98 FID (38x), DDR freq ~3400MHz @ CL14. No VID changes, just offset.

At more than 106 BCLK if your PCIe GEN is set to auto, it goes back to 2.0.
post #8027 of 17365
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Originally Posted by Frikencio View Post

At more than 106 BCLK if your PCIe GEN is set to auto, it goes back to 2.0.

Yep, manually set it to GEN 3 as well. I've been following the thread since day 1 wink.gif
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Yep, manually set it to GEN 3 as well. I've been following the thread since day 1 wink.gif

But don0t know the implications on an NVMe drive. Is it safe?
post #8029 of 17365
so when you set that BLCK, Cpu voltage to offset mode, change the Pstate0 to your desired speed and save + reset, what does it show on the right when you re-enter bios?
post #8030 of 17365
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Are you guys getting random stutters while not under load? If you are while under load, especially things like IBT-AVX that use up all your memory, then that is completely normal. as long as I have at least 1000MB of free memory, I don't get any stutters.

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I doubt its a problem with anyones CPU or mobo that causes this. Theres probably something shadey going on in the backround of the creator update redface.gif

Also... this website seems to be trying to open a lot of shadey looking pages rapidly, which causes me to have stutter while its open. I'm using chrome.

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I get this when running realbench on Creator Update only. The display froze for a little while (sometimes a few second, sometime like a minute?) but no error, stability test passed.

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Only noticed it during stress testing and using creators update, might just be a driver that needs to be update for the newer windows version.

I checked out the windows feedback hub and it seems its not an isolated issue.
To go into more detail, it only happens when the system is fully loaded by a stress test, but is not limited to high RAM usage.

IBT causes the pauses on all settings. It happened even on the first pass on Standard.

IBT AVX Standard doesn't cause the pauses, probably because it's finishing too quickly.
IBT AVX High does cause the pauses.
IBT AVX Maximum does cause the pauses.
Haven't tried IBT AVX Very High but I assume it does cause the pauses.

RealBench Benchmark doesn't cause the pauses.
RealBench Stress Test does cause the pauses even on the 4GB setting. It usually happens within a minute or two.

AIDA64 causes the pauses with CPU/FPU/Cache/SystemMemory checked.
AIDA64 does not cause the pauses with just CPU/FPU/Cache checked.

The pauses don't happen in benchmarks or regular usage -- only on stress tests. The pauses don't cause the stress tests to fail.

Hopefully it is something simple like a driver.
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