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I left it on auto for my 1700, working fine.

It works, it just doesnt work right.
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OK so after 10 minutes of resetting CMOS I still only get the 8 + Blank QCODE. Since I have to redo everything again anyways which BIOS version should I use now? 902 1002 or a beta version?
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@TwoBeers

Sweet thumb.gif , too many members with 1700 disable it to gain "realistic" temps, so I thought I'd mention it wink.gif .

@Benus74

1st R7 1700 needed +137mV for 3.8GHz, stability tested back to back for ~36hrs+. 3.9GHz was only tested for 10 loops x264, +181mV with LLC3 as info was not out on what variation LLC did as overshoot, this was ~1.465V on ProbIt point.

2nd R7 1700 needed +162mV for 3.8GHz, again back to back high hours stress testing. 3.9GHz it needs +250mV with LLC: [Auto], ~1.475V on ProbeIt, x264 20 loops.

Both did 4.0GHz bench stable with 3.9GHz voltage, not stress tested.

1st only did 2933MHz with stock VBOOT/VDIMM for RAM (1.35V), SOC: 0.900V in UEFI. 2nd 3200MHz with stock VBOOT/VDIMM for RAM (1.35V), SOC: 0.975V in UEFI after lengthy testing.

At stock 1st loaded with x264 ProbeIt point ~1.089V, 2nd ~1.119V, SOC also differed, 1st ~0.838V and 2nd ~0.893V on ProbeIt points. These stock voltage differences translated into similar voltage requirement for OC. etc. Idle differed for both, 2nd is higher, will look at my notepad (yeah paper & pen tools tongue.gif ).

3.7GHz ACB is a sweet spot IMO, I need only +50mV for 48 loops x264. Will be testing further. I was toying with getting a 3rd, but after seeing a lot of the OC result data I think I may pass on it.

Nice to read your enjoying your exploits thumb.gif .

Hey gups, finally got my ram to work at 3200, has to reset once to launch but will change my soc .01mv or more and see if it works lol.
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OK so after 10 minutes of resetting CMOS I still only get the 8 + Blank QCODE. Since I have to redo everything again anyways which BIOS version should I use now? 902 1002 or a beta version?

1002 is a good BIOS to run. I think qcode 8 is cpu related, maybe try reseating your cpu cooler.
    
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Hey gups, finally got my ram to work at 3200, has to reset once to launch but will change my soc .01mv or more and see if it works lol.
1002 is a good BIOS to run. I think qcode 8 is cpu related,
maybe try reseating your cpu cooler.
While you're at it, try reseating the CPU itself too wink.gif
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Ok, so after trying offset up to +0.250v my 4.0Ghz wouldn't complete a single cinebench run frown.gif
I guess I'm not a winner at the lottery, so then I think I'll go back to 3.9Ghz as I don't want to get over 1.40V, and already with +0.250v I could get up to 1.461 on my DMM... so I guess I'll now have to find the right offset for 3.9Ghz, and then start playing with memory wink.gif
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Ok I'll try reseatung everything again ... Code 8 is not in the manual the only thing I found in google was 80 which is appearently an ASUS software error. I'm not sure if that's it though since the 2nd LED is just blank
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Ok I'll try reseatung everything again ... Code 8 is not in the manual the only thing I found in google was 80 which is appearently an ASUS software error. I'm not sure if that's it though since the 2nd LED is just blank

Code 8 is "CPU not operational", so the problem is CPU related.
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Ok I'll try reseatung everything again ... Code 8 is not in the manual the only thing I found in google was 80 which is appearently an ASUS software error. I'm not sure if that's it though since the 2nd LED is just blank

code 8 is in the manual - system agent initialization after microcode loading, 1-14
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Had Code 55, updated to 0082 and that went away, could boot into Bios once, installed Windows.

Then it got stuck on 0d. Running CMK32GX4M2B3000C15, tried clearing CMOS, running 0083, but still stuck on 0d.

I figured I'd have to up DRAM Boot Voltage to 1.35 but I can't get into Bios. Any ideas?

Edit: Rebooted until 0d was gone and I had the Bios screen, put in 1.25 SoC and 1.35 dram boot voltage and 1.35. Now going to reinstall Windows correctly, what a ride honestly.
Edited by Pimpmuckl - 4/16/17 at 8:36am
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code 8 is in the manual - system agent initialization after microcode loading, 1-14

As said a number of times in this thread: the codes in the manual are not correct.

Edit: Please at least have a look at the OP and the the OC guide linked there.
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