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Hi,

I have not gotten around to playing with my bios as per your suggestions, so that is currently in process.

I was going to ask, do you plan to update your bios passed 0079? I heard there was a new bios that was released and then pulled on the asus thread by Elmor. Do you plan on upgrading to the next stable release?

Of course! I already tried the pulled BIOS and had to flashback to 0079. It kept my DRAM from posting at my set voltage, kept dropping it to 1.22v.
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Updated CPU-Z built in benchmark.

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Of course! I already tried the pulled BIOS and had to flashback to 0079. It kept my DRAM from posting at my set voltage, kept dropping it to 1.22v.

Great, I just wanted to get your opinion. I have been following your posts and threads on all of this. I assume you will keep us posted on your results as you go?

This weekend ill be trying out all your settings on my 1700x and I'll post back my results!
post #64 of 70
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Updated to BIOS 1107. Everything working fine so far. No performance differences with 0079. There is a new submenu under the DRAM timings.
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Not really relevant to my buildlog, but still something cool I just finished doing today. Here is a mod I did to one of my Dual Shock 4 controllers to better match my build.


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Well, Everything seems to have worked out for my 1700x according to your recommendations. My processor is now downclocking itself based on usage, and my CPU seems to be very stable!

I'm just curious now I rarely see the v-core drop, it seems that 1 or 2 cores are always at P0, while the rest will downclock and it maintains a high Vcore. Here is a screenshot of HWINFO sitting at my desktop for 5 minutes idle. Any suggestions? Note im on the newest bios with 2928 on the ram.

PS: Does HPET need to be on or off?


Edited by laterbreh - 5/6/17 at 9:45am
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Well, Everything seems to have worked out for my 1700x according to your recommendations. My processor is now downclocking itself based on usage, and my CPU seems to be very stable!

I'm just curious now I rarely see the v-core drop, it seems that 1 or 2 cores are always at P0, while the rest will downclock and it maintains a high Vcore. Here is a screenshot of HWINFO sitting at my desktop for 5 minutes idle. Any suggestions? Note im on the newest bios with 2928 on the ram.

PS: Does HPET need to be on or off?


A member in another thread told me to try the regular windows balanced mode, and it worked. Vcore now downclocks the way I would expect (after i changed min cpu state settings to 0 in the plan)!
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A member in another thread told me to try the regular windows balanced mode, and it worked. Vcore now downclocks the way I would expect (after i changed min cpu state settings to 0 in the plan)!
It did that for me in with the Ryzen Balanced plan, when I set the minimum to 10%. Down-clocked and down-volted like it was supposed to. I wonder why yours didn't work...

Of course, there is a difference -- I didn't use the software method. I did my P-States in the BIOS. The only overclocking I do with software is GPU ... and only because that's the only way to do it. If I could I would overclock my GPU in the BIOS too.

That, and I only customized P0 and left the rest at Auto.
Edited by MNMadman - 5/6/17 at 10:49am
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post #69 of 70
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It did that for me in with the Ryzen Balanced plan, when I set the minimum to 10%. Down-clocked and down-volted like it was supposed to. I wonder why yours didn't work...

Of course, there is a difference -- I didn't use the software method. I did my P-States in the BIOS. The only overclocking I do with software is GPU ... and only because that's the only way to do it. If I could I would overclock my GPU in the BIOS too.

That, and I only customized P0 and left the rest at Auto.

Well, I've noticed you can have the same chips, same board, etc but not the same settings to achieve the same results. The inconsistency is real through my experience on this platform, but hey, its new and we get 8 cores. I'll settle with some headaches for it. Otherwise everything seems stable on the balanced plan (non-ryzen).

Thanks for the tips everyone.
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Well, Everything seems to have worked out for my 1700x according to your recommendations. My processor is now downclocking itself based on usage, and my CPU seems to be very stable!

I'm just curious now I rarely see the v-core drop, it seems that 1 or 2 cores are always at P0, while the rest will downclock and it maintains a high Vcore. Here is a screenshot of HWINFO sitting at my desktop for 5 minutes idle. Any suggestions? Note im on the newest bios with 2928 on the ram.

PS: Does HPET need to be on or off?


Ryzen power plan more aggressively parks cores it seems. This would probably explain why you see the higher Vcore. HWinfo is reporting the voltage from those unparked cores. 50% tends to work for me, but I have noticed the same thing. System spends alot more time in P0 when using Ryzen Balanced. Likely do to core parking.

Edit. I just woke mine from sleep, but you can see mine downclock right away to P2.

Edited by S1L3N7D3A7H - 5/6/17 at 11:48am
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