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post #9701 of 17247
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

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.

Put the tinfoil hat away. It's the same 0079 as you guys have.
post #9702 of 17247
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Originally Posted by finalheaven View Post

You'll be pulling the same volts irregardless to get the CPU on full load. And while at idle, the voltage might "seem" higher, without much current flowing through (since you're at idle vs full load) a higher voltage will not have much effect. Further, you'll actually have less voltage applied at idle anyways assuming you're using p-states.

And as someone pointed out above, its not the motherboard you should be concerned about, but the CPU.

I don't overclock with P states, I am old school, and that to me is only for laptops on battery. I set the bclk and multiplier and 1.45v manually with LLC 3 (I don't mind if I am spending $10 more in electricity/year to have full 4 ghz at all times). And I get your point except for the fact that 1.45v with LLC 3 is NOT going to overshoot so much that the cpu is getting over 1.5v which you would have to set if LLC 1. And even if so, if your cpu is occassionally hitting 1.5v but your cooling is good enough to keep it at 70 C or below, I fail to see how you will kill your cpu. I've had an overclocked 4.7ghz 2500k for SIX YEARS at high voltage and LLC, always kept it under 70 C, and it hasn't degraded yet. Do you really think anyone is going to keep a first run Ryzen over six years? Maybe, and guess what, unless there is a defect in the cpu/architecture, it will last that long, as long as it is cooled well and not ridiculously overvolted past 1.5v like some of you want to achieve LLC 1
Edited by hotstocks - 4/16/17 at 2:06pm
post #9703 of 17247
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

hehe How do you know that for sure. anyways!
He was just showing 32GB and a screenshot. Nobody is talking about misleading something.

Praz knows as he works with me closely. We don't pull stunts like that.
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I don't overclock with P states, I am old school, and that to me is only for laptops on battery. I set the bclk and multiplier and 1.45v manually with LLC 3 (I don't mind if I am spending $10 more in electricity/year to have full 4 ghz at all times). And I get your point except for the fact that 1.45v with LLC 3 is NOT going to overshoot so much that the cpu is getting over 1.5v which you would have to set if LLC 1. And even if so, if your cpu is occassionally hitting 1.5v but your cooling is good enough to keep it at 70 C or below, I fail to see how you will kill your cpu. I've had an overclocked 2500k for SIX YEARS at high voltage and LLC, always kept it under 70 C, and it hasn't degraded yet. Do you really think anyone is going to keep a first run Ryzen over six years? Maybe, and guess what, unless there is a defect in the cpu/architecture, it will last that long, as long as it is cooled well and not ridiculously overvolted past 1.5v like some of you want to achieve LLC 1

Hahaha. I was told not to think too hard about overshoots when wondering if the overshoot of 1.5v LLC1 was greater than 1.45 LLC3, since they both end up with the same load voltage of around 1.425.biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by wolfpack122 View Post


Thanks. 2666 ratio = 63 tRC.
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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.


Just to clear up this mess. Here are the screenshots I posted:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/9330#post_26016077

http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/9110#post_26012816

tRC = 63 in both. Nothing special going on here.
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

By default, they are both set to the same value. The only reason to change both is if you want to set different values.

After conducting more tests, it appears that my computer cannot boot up unless I set DRAM Vboot to 1.35 manually even though my Vdram is already set at 1.35v. Is this a bug?
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After conducting more tests, it appears that my computer cannot boot up unless I set DRAM Vboot to 1.35 manually even though my Vdram is already set at 1.35v. Is this a bug?

According to what Elmor said, yes it is. Once AMD iron out their problems, the Vboot and DRAM voltage should track when on Auto (like it does on other platforms).
post #9710 of 17247
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

tRC = 63 in both. Nothing special going on here.
I'm very sorry then, I thought they were tRC = 57. Too bad, though, because that means that you did not already have some pre-release Agesa to play with, which was all that I said about this anyway.
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