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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

1.395 is not an default VID ! Not for the 1700, and also not the for X versions!

I'm not sure then, it definitely says 1.395v when I set auto.

I just assumed that's the "base voltage" that the internal offset gets subtracted from.

Anyway, the voltage I saw in BIOS when the OC failed was 1.395v + 0.2525v; so maybe it wasn't as bad as it seemed.
post #9902 of 16852
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

1.395 is not an default VID ! Not for the 1700, and also not the for X versions!

I'm not sure then, it definitely says 1.395v when I set auto.

I just assumed that's the "base voltage" that the internal offset gets subtracted from.

Anyway, the voltage I saw in BIOS when the OC failed was 1.395v + 0.2525v; so maybe it wasn't as bad as it seemed.

As I said in my last post look here for default voltage as you can see mine for 1700x is 1.35v

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It's 1.1875v
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Hey there, getting my CH6 soon but the bios naming confuses me. What is the latest now, 0083 or 1002 from the homepage?
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post #9905 of 16852
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Hey there, getting my CH6 soon but the bios naming confuses me. What is the latest now, 0083 or 1002 from the homepage?

1002 official one.
post #9906 of 16852
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Tried above, Auro crashed within a half second after reinstallation after reboot. Removed again with Advanced Uninstaller, rebooted and now Aura hangs at 4% when trying to install (did this multiple times). I've never seen a program not install after it installed before several times - not sure what to do now.
I had the 4% thing after I tried 1.04.29.

Went back to the right version for this board after.
1) going into an elevated command prompt and typing "sc delete ascomsvc" and "sc delete Asrogauraservice" to remove the services.
2) going to task scheduler and removing AsrogAuraGPUDllserver scheduled task.
3) uninstall Aura with the 3rd party uninstaller as suggested before. Allow deep uninstall scan after.
4) delete Asus directory.
5) reboot.
6) reinstall.


Dont know how to kill AI suite or what other garbage gets left behind in the registry after all of the above.
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Another interesting point...

This board, whilst it's never failed to boot 3200 completely yet (as in reset to defaults), gives me code F9's sometimes...other one didn't since I changed CPU.

1.4v on both VDIMM and VBoot.

So to recap my 3200Mhz DDR journey:
Old board + old CPU = Constant F9 boot loop unless VBoot is 1.43+, then only ever booted on 3rd go
Old board + new CPU = Booted pretty much every time; although I do recall 1 or 2 freak F9 reboots
New board + new CPU = Boots 7 out 10 times, other times F9, but only one reboot needed, not 3 like old CPU. Not failed a windows reboot yet tho

This just gets weirder!
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Originally Posted by AlKappaccino View Post

Hey there, getting my CH6 soon but the bios naming confuses me. What is the latest now, 0083 or 1002 from the homepage?

If you mean Asus support page its the 1002

If you mean the first page on this tread, there are 4 new. All same but with some tweaks as stated below!
  • 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
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

Another interesting point...

This board, whilst it's never failed to boot 3200 completely yet (as in reset to defaults), gives me code F9's sometimes...other one didn't since I changed CPU.

1.4v on both VDIMM and VBoot.

So to recap my 3200Mhz DDR journey:
Old board + old CPU = Constant F9 boot loop unless VBoot is 1.43+, then only ever booted on 3rd go
Old board + new CPU = Booted pretty much every time; although I do recall 1 or 2 freak F9 reboots
New board + new CPU = Boots 7 out 10 times, other times F9, but only one reboot needed, not 3 like old CPU. Not failed a windows reboot yet tho

This just gets weirder!

Did you ever bumped the vsoc ?
post #9910 of 16852
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Did you ever bumped the vsoc ?

I've set it to 1.0v like I did with old board.

Not tried other values yet.
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