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Is core voltage: 1.6V safe if it's just idling in BIOS?
i...i don't think so. that's kinda surprising its hitting 1.6v's...
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i...i don't think so. that's kinda surprising its hitting 1.6v's...

It's stuck at 1.35V in BIOS and any + offset pushes it further... I don't know if it will go up to 1.6V but it goes up to 1.5V so I assume it'll keep going up if I keep pushing the offset.
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Just wanted to say thanks for the 2T bios. All the other ones randomly fail training and give the 'overclocking failed' message if I push the DDR over default settings.
With the 83 bios, I'm running DDR-3000 ish. 14.67 x 102.2=1498.8 @ 15-17-17-35
I thought buying 16GB single rank memory would be fine, but after I found out that it's Hynix and barely works. I just bought them because they have RGB LEDs and work with ASUS Aura. Part number is GEX416GB3000C15ADC.
post #8584 of 16997
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Originally Posted by geoxile View Post

It's stuck at 1.35V in BIOS and any + offset pushes it further... I don't know if it will go up to 1.6V but it goes up to 1.5V so I assume it'll keep going up if I keep pushing the offset.

You cant change the VID? Best to leave it at default (3A) and use the offset as needed and then apply LLC as you deem fit.
Edited by madweazl - 4/11/17 at 7:02pm
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New issue:

Cpu ratios and vcore will not save in bios.

I can save the ratios and core voltsge and reboot, board will post but will be at default clock speed and voltage.

Anyone seen this before?
post #8586 of 16997
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New issue:

Cpu ratios and vcore will not save in bios.

I can save the ratios and core voltsge and reboot, board will post but will be at default clock speed and voltage.

Anyone seen this before?
i just experienced this but with my ram. i set my ram to 3200, 14-14-14-14-34, 1.35v's, saved, rebooted, it shutdown instead of rebooting, but booted itself back up, and didn't set 3200. ironically it did set 14-14-14-14-34, 1.35v's, and changed soc voltage to 1.15v's. i had to go back into bios, reset everything again, then saved, it told me i made no changes, but i saved anyways, and it finally booted at 3200.

edit - edit again for some clarification:
well interesting. seems like my flare x kit can't boot from a cold boot at 3200. does three boots then defaults back to 2400. previous bios.... usually with a cold boot it does boot twice at first start up, but the second boot, boots perfectly fine. my first crosshair did the same even at default ram speeds (2133mhz and now 2400mhz). it did this too with 3200mhz with bios 1002 since that was the first bios i had when i got my flare x kit. so the three boot and fail, default back to 2400 but keeps everything, when 3200mhz is set with a cold boot is new with 0081. when i say cold boot, i mean unplug the power cable.

semi edit:
boot from shutdown after being off ""seems"" ok. well, at least with 2400 i never had issues, even going two days straight powered off, but with the power cord plugged in. the few times i tried with 3200 though with 3200 its only been a few minutes.

edit:
well i tried a vboot of 1.35v's and that didn't help. i don't know why its able to do it from a warm boot and not a cold boot. odd.

edit: 2933mhz works. i'll keep it at 2933mhz until the next bios and try again.
Edited by orlfman - 4/11/17 at 8:40pm
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You cant change the VID? Best to leave it at default (3A) and use the offset as needed and then apply LLC as you deem fit.

I left all the VID stuff at default in pstates and the voltage under extreme tweaker was set to offset.

Right now I'm using manual voltage control set to 1.35V but I don't think it's working since I need to set LLC = 3 just to get it to 1.32V during load.

Edit: I'm a damn fool... Sort of. Apparently if you switch from Manual to Offset and apply it and restart, the BIOS will remember the manual voltage and then add the offset to that. Not sure if it'll fix itself over repeated reboots but I changed the voltage to auto, saved and restarted, and then set offset, saved and restarted, and now it's much better at 1.1 to 1.15V + the offset.
Edited by geoxile - 4/11/17 at 7:41pm
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don't mean to ask an annoying question, but could someone explain the importance of SoC voltage for dram? there's a lot of contradictory information about it on google. such as don't go over 1.0v's, don't go over 1.2v's, up to 1.25v's is fine, 1.25v's isn't fine, you don't need anything higher than 0.95v's for 3200, extra.

also has amd released, i couldn't find anything after googling, any docs about safe soc voltages? like an upper limit for 24/7, three+ years? i don't mean to bug elmor, but elmor?
Edited by orlfman - 4/11/17 at 8:43pm
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Got two crap overclocker 1700 chips here ... but they both can do 3200 all day every day on 0081 BIOS. Good trade I guess...

First 1700 I had. 3.85GHz stable at 1.381v, RAM at 3200 14-14-14-14-34-1T at 1.35v and 1.35v DRAM Boot. SoC at 0.95v.


New 1700. 3.85GHz stable at 1.362v, RAM at 3200 14-14-14-14-34-1T at 1.35v and 1.35v DRAM Boot. SoC at 0.969v.


Both boards and CPUs do the several-second pauses under stress tests, so it does seem to be a software/driver issue of some sort. Still need to try a clean install of Win10 Creator.
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Yea pretty sure mine wasn't that much. Ill give it a try now since its pretty fast and easy.

Edit: Yea nvm its a bit more haha. I get better benches in firestrike and some games using balanced instead of high performance though, due to core parking though. Works out better in some games and worse in others. I may change my hp core parking to 50% see how it does.

You can guess which is which.


But here check out firestrike physics.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12265592/fs/12265585/fs/12265577

weird that plain balanced plan could actually increase performance in gaming, tho AMD said its core parking settings was a cause of reduced performance. maybe in a select few games, on a good day.
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