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Originally Posted by Safetytrousers View Post

Why is this happening?
Full load test on OCCT. GTX 1080FTW.
Is my 750w Supernova G2 reaching its limit?


No, this is called Vdroop. As load increases, voltage drops. There's compensating controls like load-line calibration but don't mess with LLC too much.
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Originally Posted by ProTekkFZS View Post

No, this is called Vdroop. As load increases, voltage drops. There's compensating controls like load-line calibration but don't mess with LLC too much.

I personally won't got over LLC2, but LLC3 appears to be ok.

I wish the vdroop was not so bad on this CPU/board combo...
post #9673 of 16810
I see, the droop caught in action. Thanks.

I went back down to 1.35v (I had gone to 1.6 to see if that helped the droop).
I was previously on LLC 2 and I changed to LLC 3. This is the result:


I'd say that is a victory for LLC3.
Is there anything to fear from LLC3 in light of the above result?
Edited by Safetytrousers - 4/16/17 at 12:22pm
post #9674 of 16810
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Originally Posted by Gadfly View Post

Another CH6. It is easily the best Ryzen board on the market right now. Some boards are bad, it happens; no matter which board or what brand you buy. I went to Fry's, exchanged the board for a new one, and bought a second board while I was there. I was up and running same afternoon.

I really must change mine over but I really can't be bothered ATM tongue.gif

It's obvious, to me, my lights have a hardware error. I've tried everything:
  • Cleared CMOS
  • Battery out for a good half hour
  • New BIOS
  • Back to older BIOS that worked before
  • Full remove and reinstall of all ASUS apps, including manually going through regedit to clear all references
post #9675 of 16810
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Originally Posted by Gadfly View Post

Another CH6. It is easily the best Ryzen board on the market right now. Some boards are bad, it happens; no matter which board or what brand you buy. I went to Fry's, exchanged the board for a new one, and bought a second board while I was there. I was up and running same afternoon.

Oh ok. Well here's hoping I get a good one. rolleyes.gif
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So anyone else have an idea what to do to solve the 0d Error on Boot LED? Is my board maybe dead aswell? The past few posts took down my hopes of solving this dramatically since the best solution here was to get a new Board...
post #9677 of 16810
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Originally Posted by Praz View Post

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.
I'm fine with that. Just tell us how to lower Trc then please, there should be some setting that I was missing.
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My T_sensor switched to VRM temps again and temp 4-6 again were detected as new sensors by HWinfo. I am using sensor 4 to monitor CPU socket temp now.
post #9679 of 16810
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Originally Posted by Karpata View Post

So anyone else have an idea what to do to solve the 0d Error on Boot LED? Is my board maybe dead aswell? The past few posts took down my hopes of solving this dramatically since the best solution here was to get a new Board...

Hold up there.

First: Are you cold booting, or restarting?

Cold booting you will get more 0d errors than restarting after a clean boot.

If your are cold booting, try the "press reset, hold, press retry, release both" trick. I find it works for random 0d's.

Second, Though the boards make a difference if something is wrong with them, CPU's more often than not make the biggest difference in booting memory.

I have one 1800x that will cold boot DDR4 3600 with tight timings, and one 1800x that can't cold boot ddr4 3200 unless the timings are SUPER loose. This is on the same board, with the same memory.

I have found it is best to cold boot with a safe default profile (power on, press the safe button, let it boot in safe mode, load safe profile, F10). Let the boot all the way into windows, then restart, enter bios, load your OC profile, f10, reboot.


If you get 0d errors even when warm booting, it is either you MB is bad, your memory can't handle the clock, or you CPU just does not have a good IMC.
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Originally Posted by Benus74 View Post

Good morning people,

Finally my Rizen ROG'ks is alive, just finished installed all windows with drivers, and some testing apps, and done a baseline bench.

About the RAM clearance issue with the NH D15SE AM4 and G.Skill F4-3600C16Q-32GTZR, there is really no problem at all.
I've had to mount the fan unbalanced from the radiator, but it does work very well in my case.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I'm surprised. I need a 120mm fan in front or else I cannot close my case (side wall will not fit):


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Originally Posted by YpsiNine View Post

So I've been playing with my 1800X the last couple of days trying to find a stable setup for 4 GHz by not using more than 1,35V at full load, which has failed.
Seems 4 GHz is a massive wall, perhaps a crappy CPU. frown.gif

So by looking at HWiNFO voltages, it reported the following during this IBT High run:

CPU Core Voltage (SVI2 TFN): 1,287 (at load), 1,381 (at idle)
SOC Voltage (SV2 TFN): 0,962 (at load), 0,975 (at idle)

Would you folks consider this safe settings and voltages for 24/7 use on air?
Also I'm nervous about the LLC1 since the consensus seems to be not to use LLC any longer.
Also, is it worth experimenting with VRM Switching Frequency?
Dude, 3Mbytes per picture, please think of the people with slow internet! I think these are really good voltages, you only need 1.287v under IBT High, that is amazing. Definitely safe voltages if you can cool it. Raja said until about LLC2 is fine. It's not much of a difference anyway. I need +0.06875v LLC Auto for 4Ghz or +0.05625v LLC 2. It behaves almost the same with vdroop and peak voltages.

To achieve no vdroop I need LLC5, but I'd rather not use that right now.
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

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.
I've owned the Prime, the Taichi and the CH6, and I agree.
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