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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Seems that we have same CPU characteristics ! I have the same wall! And also some weird happenings with temps vs emergency shutdowns...
Im starting to think it has something to do with temp spikes or somethings. These spikes are also in IDLE,
but probably not reaching a certain level to push the emergency shutdown..
If you are seeing +10C spikes (and some +20C) spikes during idle than the reason is that some background process caused the *dynamic* temp offset to fire off and then it settles down to real temps gradually. You can try to switch to the default Balanced or Power Safer profile, this can keep the spikes during real idle in check. It's still just an offset thing, so it doesn't really matter for real temps, though.
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Originally Posted by jugs View Post

To get from 4.00 to 4.05 I need to add +0.050V offset, massive wall over 4GHz
When I tested this I had to use +0.1 V more on Vcore to get from 4.0 to 4.05. That was with older BIOS, so I will repeat that once I am through with RAM tests. Currently I am mostly busy testing 3200-CL12 stability.
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Was just reading the C6H thread on HWBot and what I have thought Q-code 8 has meant is what Elmor has stated on there.

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Manual is completely wrong regarding Q-codes, blank-8 means the CPU is not operational (for example has crashed due to instability).


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My BCLK was also rock solid @100MHz as well as at 106.2, but when I checked now (currently on 104.8) it's between 104.7 - 105.5.
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Hey everyone, just wondering if anyone can shed some light on my predicament. I currently just finished my build and have all settings set to optimzed defaults but there are times when the cpu core voltage can spike up to 1.515 from 1.212 and hover around 1.4 volts during light to heavy loads. So its often spiking to these voltages. I had once set the voltage manaually to 1.35 volts with everything else at auto including LLC, but eventually crashed after 12 hours of normal use (idle, no load, ironic) . i was just wondering if thess voltages are normal on auto to accomodate for the vdrooop?

Bios:0082
Ram: gskill trident z
Cpu :1800x

Thanks.

On Auto that's pretty normal I would say, did some stock testing with mine today and also got up to 1.495 VCore for example (single core turbo + xfr to 4.1).
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Well I hope the manual is updated, at least the Q Codes but also bios section is rather weak. Some OCing examples would help as well as more advance OC ways such as PStates.
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Originally Posted by malitze View Post

My BCLK was also rock solid @100MHz as well as at 106.2, but when I checked now (currently on 104.8) it's between 104.7 - 105.5.

100MHz in the past when using 2400MHz has also been solid for me, below is 0902.

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Another 5hrs f@h today on 0079.





Dunno about all the anomalies we see comparing this aspect headscratch.gif .
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Second 1700x is miles better then the first. Will do 4ghz with 1.425v, LLC 2 RealBench and CB15 at the same time. Ram at 3200 14-14-14-14-34. Unfortunately I just don't have the cooling capacity to run at those speeds unless upper 80's is OK for cpu temp. I just cooled my room down to 60F to see what the processor will do which kept CPU just under 80F, normal room temperature would be high 80's - not good.

Also experimented with BCLK, got up to 109.4mhz with ram at 3500mhz which pass 15 min of RealBench. Going for 113mhz BCLK Windows would not load (I have the M.2 drive set for PCIe 2 but that did not help).

Rather happy at the moment, bios 81 looks the best so far. Looks like 3.85ghz using PStates will be the daily driver.


damn i need 1.425 to run my daily 3950 oc frown.gif
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building a benchmarking Windows 7 install atm and will test memory data corruption towards the end of this week.

I wonder what AMD / Asus did to get 3600+ ram posting, but then have it be unstable af in Windows...
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damn i need 1.425 to run my daily 3950 oc frown.gif
That does seems rather close, now if I had better cooling 3.95ghz would be great. Once more AM4 AIO are more readily available I may take the plunge.
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