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My CPU Z score is at 400 single and 4450 at multi, compared to the video thats really low, did I do something wrong?
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My CPU Z score is at 400 single and 4450 at multi, compared to the video thats really low, did I do something wrong?

Scores have changed on 1.79 version, try 1.78 to get higher results.
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Can I downgrade my BIOS somehow? Im at F5
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Ok nevermind, it was my fault I didn't install the realtek drivers, I must say I am impressed with the audio quality, no buzz sound with the front panel and the weird sound I was experiencing with the speakers when stressing the board is now gone.

Audio quality is superb I must say.

Yes audio is quite nice, a big step up from my old am3+ sound, I'm impressed especially the smart headphone amp feature.

The Bass is solid and loud on my speakers. It really is a great improvement!
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Yes audio is quite nice, a big step up from my old am3+ sound, I'm impressed especially the smart headphone amp feature.

The Bass is solid and loud on my speakers. It really is a great improvement!

Yes I've been listeting to some music with my Senheiser Momentum over-ear and it's spectacular, sound is really terrific I didn't expect it to be this good tbh.

BTW do you experience a crackling sound when the system starts? It's as if the audio device was turning on a few seconds after you press the power button and then makes this sound, I don't know if it's bios related and can be configured, because the sound is quite loud (only happens when booting or rebooting the system)

First time I heared (because I had my speakers on) it startled me.
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Working on adding support for the K7 in OpenHardwareMonitor because I Hate Hwinfo:

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Finally found out how todo the downclock ,
Not sure if needed but started simple AMD spec CPU speed
Changed in Windows the power option to balanced and minimum power state to 5% (or any number offcourse , also might by doable with Ryzen powerplan but didnt test that so far)
Then do a OC but also use a ,25 setting so 40,25 multiplier did it for me


Edited by Dokoram - 4/23/17 at 7:47am
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Doesn't work on Ryzen Balanced. Only works on Balanced.

Great catch. Too bad it does not adjust vcore.

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Got it also on Ryzen plan

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My observations about the front audio crackling:

If I connect my headphones to the front green jack and mic to the front pink jack, audio crackles.

Now, it gets interesting...

If I connect my headphones to the front pink jack and set it to speaker out on Realtek Audio Control Panel, no crackles whatsoever.

If I connect my headphones to the front prink jack and set it to speaker out and mic to green jack (unfortunately this one cannot be configured as a mic or etc, it stays out) no crackles with a much higher volume.

If I connect my headphones to the front green jack and do not connect anything to the front pink jack I get crackles again.

So whatever is messed up, I think it definitely has to do with line in/mic in inputs (of front panel). When there is no audio input used, there are no crackles.

EDIT: To add, It has come to my attention that when you plug my headphones to the rear port and just touch the mic to the rear pink (just touch, not full plug) there is no crackle, pop or anything. However, when I try the same on the front panel, the moment I touch the mic to the front pink the sound goes crackling with a loud hissing in the background.

So, I guess it has something to do with it detects plugged jacks etc?
Edited by furkandeger - 4/23/17 at 8:49am
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