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I'm trying to create the conditions for these pauses. I'm running 100 runs of IBT AVX on High. Haven't noticed anything, no pauses yet, its passed 10 runs ATM. Memory usage 4.9/15.9GB

Edit: Clarify, I am running creators update.

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Just finished 100 runs. Didn't notice any hitching or pauses of my cursor.
Lucky. Just like with your CPU overclock. tongue.gif:D

I'm definitely going to do a clean install of Creator. Not sure that's actually the cause anyway, as I think this was happening before I upgraded.

Still thinking about trying new components. Might just head over to MicroCenter and grab a CPU and board. I'm going to use the 1700's air cooler as I want to eliminate the EK AM4 backplate and rubber gasket (plus any potential damage from their use) as a factor.
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Are you using the tctl offset in BIOS?
No.
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Still doing ice bucket tests?
Not in the case of this screen.
With Ice bucket, situation is as below (always at 3.85 Ghz all-cores 1.25 V):


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Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post

Your temps are reading correctly, tdie is with the offset but since your idle is already at 30 then youre fine.

If they're true, 53°C for T° max is great.
I have a max T° of 49°C after 1 hour of BF1 multiplayer, everything maxed out at 4K 2160p.
Still seems to me a little bit strange.
Edited by Crysis90 - 4/9/17 at 2:00pm
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Can those with a successfull BCLK / mem oc also share their settings? Especially SoC / DRAM voltage etc. would be interesting smile.gif
R7 1700, F4-3600C16D-16GTZR 2x8GB, BIOS 0081, LLC3 for CPU and SoC.
CPU: 3.877GHz (37 x 104.8 P-States OC) at 1.381v.
RAM: 3353 16-16-16-16-36-1T (3200 memory strap) at 1.35v. DRAM Boot 1.35v.
SoC: 0.9875v.

No warm boot issues.
No cold boot issues.
Might have boot issues on power loss, but haven't tested lately as I never remove power completely.
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CPU: 3.877GHz (37 x 104.8 P-States OC) at 1.381v.

Your CPU voltage is a little bit high, isn't it?
My 1700X is 100% stable at 3.85 Ghz with just 1.25 V.
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Your CPU voltage is a little bit high, isn't it?
My 1700X is 100% stable at 3.85 Ghz with just 1.25 V.

Shhh don't let em hear you say that, youll need to run 360hrs of IBT to prove it lol.
    
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Shhh don't let em hear you say that, youll need to run 360hrs of IBT to prove it lol.

wheee.gif

R u kidding me? tongue.gif

2 straight hours playing BF1 Multiplayer at 4K for me is enough. biggrin.gif
Edited by Crysis90 - 4/9/17 at 2:29pm
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That's the max I can push from my rig right now. Getting this thing stable-ish was a headache. Particularly when error 8 code seems to be related not only to CPU fail due to voltage, but also CPU fail due to unstable ram.
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wheee.gif

R u kidding me? tongue.gif

2 straight hours playing BF1 at 4K for me is enough. biggrin.gif

Yea. I've done a few passes of realbench all passed after i changed my offset im at -.100, ive played probably a total of probably 10-12hrs of bf1, been hammering it with games, firestrike, cinebench blah blah. Have not had any code 8s (except when msi ab freezes) no WHEA errors after the new offset nada. 1.199v
    
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Standard: The CPU controls the power phases based on load. Low load = less phases enabled. Higher load = more phases enabled.
Optimized: Phases controlled by ASUS instead of by CPU, based on their own testing on Ryzen platform.
Extreme: All phases all the time, no matter the load.

I run mine on Extreme for CPU, SOC, and RAM.
Thanks, does anyone know more about that "Asus optimized" option? What's the difference compared to the Standard one? What's the benefit of switching phases, less power consumption with less phases?
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Yea. I've done a few passes of realbench all passed after i changed my offset im at -.100, ive played probably a total of probably 10-12hrs of bf1, been hammering it with games, firestrike, cinebench blah blah. Have not had any code 8s (except when msi ab freezes) no WHEA errors after the new offset nada. 1.199v
I sometimes have code-8, code-0d or code-55 error when turning on the PC after having left it turned off for some hours (for example, in the evening I turn off PC and go to bed and the next day I turn on the PC).
Why this happens? Anyone has this strange problem?
I always need to Clear CMOS and then re-apply OC with the specific customized Profile.
It's incredibly frustrating.
Edited by Crysis90 - 4/9/17 at 2:47pm
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