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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

The Good
I got my second kit of F4-3600C16D-16GTZR delivered today, and so I have 32 GB, and so far have it running at 3200 MHz at 18-18-18-38. I have not been able to tighten the timings yet, trying 16-16-16-36 would not post. I am happy with the frequency until the May update hopefully opening things up a bit more. I would like to improve the timings.



The Bad
No matter what I have tried, I cannot get Asus Aura 1.04.29 to reinstall without crashing, it just opens a "Doctor Dump" website that tells you around 27,000 other instances of the problem have been reported. I did manage after registry cleaning and manual file deletions to install Aura 1.04.26, and have it running and controlling the onboard leds and the RBG headers, but unfortunately, the G.Skill RGB simply does not appear in Aura and cannot be controlled from it.

Very frustrating, any help would be most appreciated!

The Ugly
This is obviously not just a CH6 problem, as googling shows the same problem has been chronic with Aura since Asus came out with it, including Intel based boards. I am patient with things that are due to the Ryzen platform being so new, but clearly Asus has not resolved this in a year of complaints. That is ugly. I'd hate to RMA this board, but if there is no solution soon, I will.
post #9332 of 17462
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Originally Posted by CeltPC View Post

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

The Good
I got my second kit of F4-3600C16D-16GTZR delivered today, and so I have 32 GB, and so far have it running at 3200 MHz at 18-18-18-38. I have not been able to tighten the timings yet, trying 16-16-16-36 would not post. I am happy with the frequency until the May update hopefully opening things up a bit more. I would like to improve the timings.



The Bad
No matter what I have tried, I cannot get Asus Aura 1.04.29 to reinstall without crashing, it just opens a "Doctor Dump" website that tells you around 27,000 other instances of the problem have been reported. I did manage after registry cleaning and manual file deletions to install Aura 1.04.26, and have it running and controlling the onboard leds and the RBG headers, but unfortunately, the G.Skill RGB simply does not appear in Aura and cannot be controlled from it.

Very frustrating, any help would be most appreciated!
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Use version from the Intel z270 boards. That worked for me.

Now I can't seem to find where this is answered is the AGESA 1004a only in 0079?
post #9333 of 17462
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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post

Use version from the Intel z270 boards. That worked for me.

Now I can't seem to find where this is answered is the AGESA 1004a only in 0079?

Aura 1.04.29 is from an Intel board. That is the version that worked until a crash, and nothing seems to be able to re-install it now.
post #9334 of 17462
4.0Ghz just passed RealBench, only 15 minutes as I can't be bothered at the minute, but will see how it goes. I'll just use the PC for a day or 2.

Average of about 1.4v in SVI2.
post #9335 of 17462
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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post

Use version from the Intel z270 boards. That worked for me.

Now I can't seem to find where this is answered is the AGESA 1004a only in 0079?

0079, 0081, 0082, and 0083 are all based on AGESA 1004a.
post #9336 of 17462
After running into some random crashes that I thought might be due to upping my 1800X to 100x40.0, the problem is that 0083 is NOT running my RAM stable at 2667, even though 0902 did. All seems good, things test and work fine, but when I leave the computer on overnight, I will often wake up to find my machine "dead" with an 8 code. Turned my memory down to 2400 and that has solved the problem. I am sure that if I really tweaked with it I could resolve the problem, but with the May update right around the corner(even one month is soon enough), I can live with 2400 for now.

I admit, Ripjaws V 16 latency 2x16 memory isn't easy stuff right now, so I am not complaining. This is the bleeding edge type of thing that will frustrate some people, things work in one release, break in the next, and it takes 3 more BIOS versions to get it working again. I just shrug and go with it.
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Im leaving it att this. Cant get any more out of 081 and my hardware. Passed 5xibt max played WoW for 10 hours wgile dowbloadig some movies loads of **** open.

And remember tgis is on windows 8.1 that has bees installed on my 5820k. No format no nothing just registry cleanup ect. Today i burned new version of windows 10 next weekend payday so SM961 NVme will join be last missing part of my Ryzen build with fresh w10 on it smile.gif
post #9338 of 17462
32GB:

post #9339 of 17462
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

I would think it is always going to have this imprecision. As there are 20 sensors in die, we see highest value and rotating is going on from what The Stilt said. It would have been great if AMD allowed all 20 to be seen.
Well, if it reads less temperature than my room's ambient then either my Fluke 289 is to imprecise or Tctl (by 0.5 - 1 C). Both possibilities are realistic. The accuracy of the Fluke is 1 % + 10, with the "+ 10" effectively being 1 C, so maybe I should trust Tctl more than the Fluke?! wink.gif

Concerning the "20 sensors in die, we see highest value": If that is so, why do I consistently get different temperatures on different cores for same load? This looks like the sensors are placed at different distances to the cores, which seems strange if there were 20 sensors spread around, does it not?!
Edited by Timur Born - 4/14/17 at 3:01pm
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

32GB:


Wow can you share all your memory related settings? I'd love to see how you got those timings with 32MB,
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