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post #191 of 735
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Originally Posted by Keith Myers View Post

One big change in the 0604 BIOS is a big whack to default VDD_SoC voltage from the default of previous BIOS' The previous Auto default was 0.881 V. It is now 1.10V in the 0604 BIOS. So anyone like me that was adding a offset needs to check that before automatically adding it back in. We also got the new ProcODT parameter to play with for better memory compatibility. Don't see much else that is new. Glad that the SMU bug is fixed though. That really bugged me. Also the FMA3 bug is fixed but I don't believe I ever ran into that problem.

Yep, good summary thanks Keith.
I'm using offset mode too and i figured that VSoC default value changed while trying to get 3200 fully functional.
But i don't see how to use ProcODT yet.
post #192 of 735
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Originally Posted by Olivon View Post

Yep, good summary thanks Keith.
I'm using offset mode too and i figured that VSoC default value changed while trying to get 3200 fully functional.
But i don't see how to use ProcODT yet.
You need to go over the ROG Crosshair VI Overclocking Thread
and give it a read for what the Elmor says ProcODT is used for. Search on ProcODT for the specific posts.
post #193 of 735
My latency running at 3200 was 89ns
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Originally Posted by Keith Myers View Post

One big change in the 0604 BIOS is a big whack to default VDD_SoC voltage from the default of previous BIOS' The previous Auto default was 0.881 V. It is now 1.10V in the 0604 BIOS. So anyone like me that was adding a offset needs to check that before automatically adding it back in. We also got the new ProcODT parameter to play with for better memory compatibility. Don't see much else that is new. Glad that the SMU bug is fixed though. That really bugged me. Also the FMA3 bug is fixed but I don't believe I ever ran into that problem.

Thats interesting, i was always wondering why it seemed like most other boards (not just the CH6 ) had their SOC running much higher than mine when set to auto. Excited to play some more with my mem speeds.
post #194 of 735
One of the things I checked for in the new 0604 was any higher XMP or D.O.C.P. memory profiles. Nope. Still maxes out at 3200. I will still have to wait for May to see if I can use my 3600 memory at spec. Bit of a bummer that we don't have a BCLK generator like the CH6 to goose the bus clock like they can do. Maxim of you gets whats youse pays for still applies I guess.
post #195 of 735
Well use this BIOS at your own risk. Just updated mine. I can no longer boot my system with RAM above 2133. So I was like to hell with that and went to flash back to 0511 that I was using. No bueno.
It will not let me flash back down. It says it isn't a valid BIOS file. So I tried all of the ones saved on my USB stick, same thing. Looks like jumping up to the new Agesa won't allow going back to the old. Lucky me! Nothing like a BIOS update performance downgrade
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post #196 of 735
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Originally Posted by OzzyRuleZ View Post

Well use this BIOS at your own risk. Just updated mine. I can no longer boot my system with RAM above 2133. So I was like to hell with that and went to flash back to 0511 that I was using. No bueno.
It will not let me flash back down. It says it isn't a valid BIOS file. So I tried all of the ones saved on my USB stick, same thing. Looks like jumping up to the new Agesa won't allow going back to the old. Lucky me! Nothing like a BIOS update performance downgrade
That sux thought you could downgrade on my old asrock board you could flash any version but at least mine still works @ 3200
post #197 of 735
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Originally Posted by OzzyRuleZ View Post

Well use this BIOS at your own risk. Just updated mine. I can no longer boot my system with RAM above 2133. So I was like to hell with that and went to flash back to 0511 that I was using. No bueno.
It will not let me flash back down. It says it isn't a valid BIOS file. So I tried all of the ones saved on my USB stick, same thing. Looks like jumping up to the new Agesa won't allow going back to the old. Lucky me! Nothing like a BIOS update performance downgrade

Wow that sucks! I tried 0604 today and had issues booting above 2400 whereas my RAM was fine on 2933 on 0515. I was able to immediately downgrade to 0515 though without issues and return to 2933Mhz.
post #198 of 735
Well that sucks muy malo! Thanks for the info about this GOTCHA of moving between AGESA firmware platforms. Hadn't seen this mentioned ANYWHERE on the CH6 thread. Glad I had no issues keeping my memory at 3200.
post #199 of 735
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Originally Posted by Malogeek View Post

Wow that sucks! I tried 0604 today and had issues booting above 2400 whereas my RAM was fine on 2933 on 0515. I was able to immediately downgrade to 0515 though without issues and return to 2933Mhz.

What did you do if anything from the poster that had issues?
post #200 of 735
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Originally Posted by Keith Myers View Post

What did you do if anything from the poster that had issues?
Purely from his post, it looks like he went 0511->0604->0511, whereas I went 0515->0604->0515. So perhaps 0515 may help in going back a version?
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