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By the way. Just remembering everybody again and again:

Reset always back to defaults, save and reboot > Then enter your settings or Load from a profile before you go further with new/old settings or whatever.

Sometimes im even re-flashing it when i try something new, or go back to my Stable settings!

Im owning a few boards for ryzen right now, but can say this with 100% guarantee: The Asus Crosshair is far the best on the market for the Ryzen! (Performance wice and rep-support)
It has some bug fixes and improvements to go, but yeah this is very normal.
Edited by majestynl - 4/16/17 at 10:51am
post #9652 of 17578
After reflashing the BIOS (from 0079 to 0081) my T_sensor still shows up as reading N/A in BIOS, no idea if it ever showed something else there. But in HWinfo it now reads the real socket temperature again. It also put all temp 4-6 sensors back that I disabled and hid before, so it seems to have identified them as "new" sensors again. Not quite right, but not the worst bug out there.

I still cannot get 3600-CL16 stable, no matter the various voltage settings I tried. Also makes no difference whether I use the 3200-CL14 or 4000-CL18 dimms. Raja's screenshots suggest that Asus is already working on/with a better BIOS for ram sub-timings (his Trc is below 60), so my current plan is to just go 4.0 P0 + 3300-CL14.

Funny side note: While 3300-CL14 works easily, 3300-CL16 always falls back to slower frequencies in POST. rolleyes.gif
post #9653 of 17578
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

Yes.
What happens is there is "Auto Rule" in ROM.

Example UEFI defaults, RAM is 2133MHz, SOC: [Auto] you will see reading perhaps of ~0.850V (this is default loosely speaking). You change only RAM to say 2400MHz and SOC: [Auto] you will see 1.050V and this may not be needed.

So on both CPUs I used UEFI defaults SOC as my baseline. Measure SOC on ProbeIt at defaults, then manually set SOC so you match that, then increase as required for higher RAM. 1st was 0.825V > 0.900V for 2933MHz. 2nd was 0.875V > 0.975V for 3200MHz.

Thanks, for info, I'll try up'ing soc and see if that helps me reduce timings.
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Is it 0d with amber Q-LED for RAM?


No it's the green BOOT Q-LED it goes 99 - A2 - 0d and get's stuck there. I just installed the bios 0082 and cleared CMOS again with the same result. Also the orange/yellow HD-LED at the bottom right of the MB flashes once or flickers sometime around the A2 step
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See first page of this thread. I'm currently running 0081 but I never had any memory related issues. Maybe try 0082 as it contains some compatibility patches.

Now on 0082 with same results
Edited by Karpata - 4/16/17 at 11:01am
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@elmor

Will there be a new BIOS with all the fixes of the following bioses included?

BIOS 0083 0081 + "2T" DRAM mode
BIOS 0082 0081 + specific DRAM patches
BIOS 0081 0079 + ProcODT = 53.3 ohm
BIOS 0079 AGESA 1004a test version, with bugfixes

Happy Easter!
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And now to something completely different: My Asmedia based Startech USB 3.1 (SDOCK2U313) drive bay does not work properly when connected to the CH6's Asmedia USB 3.1 port, I get I/O errors. No such problems when it's connected to the 3.0 ports.

Unsurprisingly and unfortunately I don't own a cable to use the chipset connected front-panel USB 3.1 port yet. I might get me one next week.
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And now to something completely different: My Asmedia based Startech USB 3.1 (SDOCK2U313) drive bay does not work properly when connected to the CH6's Asmedia USB 3.1 port, I get I/O errors. No such problems when it's connected to the 3.0 ports.

Unsurprisingly and unfortunately I don't own a cable to use the chipset connected front-panel USB 3.1 port yet. I might get me one next week.

Is there a cable adapter for the on board usb 3.1 connector to front usb 2.0 connectors? Bc the board is missing two additional front usb 2.0 4 pin connectors.
    
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Raja's screenshots suggest that Asus is already working on/with a better BIOS for ram sub-timings (his Trc is below 60), so my current plan is to just go 4.0 P0 + 3300-CL14.

Hello

Raja's screenshots clearly show that he is using a BIOS version that is readily available to everyone.
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Hello

Raja's screenshots clearly show that he is using a BIOS version that is readily available to everyone.

Dont think so mate!biggrin.gif They are constantly in development. Yep, his screenshot is showing 0079 but I think 0079 is the base version they are using for testing and further tweaking! Thats why there is 0081 / 0082 / 0083.
The screenshot is showing a different Bank cycle time as timur is saying.
Edited by majestynl - 4/16/17 at 11:18am
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Dont think so mate!biggrin.gif They are constantly in development. Yep, his screenshot is showing 0079 but I think 0079 is the base version they are using for testing and further tweaking! Thats why there is 0081 / 0082 / 0083.
The screenshot is showing a different Bank cycle time as timur is saying.

Hello

That is not how things work at ASUS. 0079 modified would have a different designation. Also Raja does not post using misleading info. If his screenshots show 0079 it is the same version that is posted in this thread.
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