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Perfectly normal, that's the point of LLC. You want to set LLC to the level where it differs the least at load from your BIOS Vcore setting.
That's right but the problem is that even with the less agressive LLC mode, voltage fluctuation is really important.
I did not achieve to get the same voltage set on the BIOS, in manuel mode or by offset, in Windows. Voltage variation is quite important during load and LLC3-4-5 are just unusable, even LLC2 looks quite agressive.
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That's right but the problem is that even with the less agressive LLC mode, voltage fluctuation is really important.
I did not achieve to get the same voltage set on the BIOS, in manuel mode or by offset, in Windows. Voltage variation is quite important during load and LLC3-4-5 are just unusable, even LLC2 looks quite agressive.

Ah ok I see... well hopefully that's something they can adjust in the BIOS maybe? I haven't had much time to play with my 1700... just got the bracket for my Thermalright LGM the other day so my fun is about to begin!
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I just installed the latest Ryzen driver.

Testing with CB15 had a black screen, had to hit the power button. After rebooting it entered windows and got a black screen again while touching the Fan expert settings.

This time the power button won't do anything. Then turned the PSU off, then on, the power button won't do anything. (seemed dead)

Turned the PSU off again, but this time I waited till the MOBO LED's were completely off....turned on the PSU again, the power button worked again.

Now I'm in windows again and CB15 passed. Seems to be fine again.

SCARY ****!!! I honestly thought my CPU was toasted for some reason.
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I just installed the latest Ryzen driver.

Testing with CB15 had a black screen, had to hit the power button. After rebooting it entered windows and got a black screen again while touching the Fan expert settings.

This time the power button won't do anything. Then turned the PSU off, then on, the power button won't do anything. (seemed dead)

Turned the PSU off again, but this time I waited till the MOBO LED's were completely off....turned on the PSU again, the power button worked again.

Now I'm in windows again and CB15 passed. Seems to be fine again.

SCARY ****!!! I honestly thought my CPU was toasted for some reason.

Do you mean the latest chipset drivers released today?
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Yes.

After updating I advice you to fully turn off the machine, turn off the PSU, wait till the LEDs are off, then turn on again.

Seems like with every update the AM4+Ryzen system needs a full MOBO restart.

Last time it was the last BIOS causing the fans to act like crazy until I restarted the machine from scratch.

I think we have to be extra careful and very methodic until the platform matures.
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Yes.

After updating I advice you to fully turn off the machine, turn off the PSU, wait till the LEDs are off, then turn on again.

Seems like with every update the AM4+Ryzen system needs a full MOBO restart.

Last time it was the last BIOS causing the fans to act like crazy until I restarted the machine from scratch.

I think we have to be extra careful and very methodic until the platform matures.

Ah gotcha, I think I'm going to put on my cooler, OC it, and leave it for a bit. All my storage devices, LAN, lights, etc are working so I'm not going to touch the chipset drivers. I think in May we should be seeing some major BIOS updates and improvements, so I'll sit tight until then!
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Found this on reddit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZgpHTaQ10k great info from AMD about overclocking RAM, voltages to use and some settings explained.
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Yes, just saw that and adjusted some things accordingly. Specially the SOC at 1.1V....seems like everybody around is suggesting that.
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Found this on reddit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZgpHTaQ10k great info from AMD about overclocking RAM, voltages to use and some settings explained.

didn't really help. the agesa update made my ram to run @ 2666mhz (3200 kit and was at 2400mhz before the last bios update). I guess I'm waiting for another bios update. I hope I can atleast hit 2900+
     
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Yeah I cannot run my RAM at 2933 no matter what I tried and I better don't play too much with those obscure settings. Better let ASUS to deal with that part and burn their own stock.

OC wise for now I just settled for:

4Ghz OC (3.999Mhz)
TPUII
Vcore: 1.35V
SOC: 1.1V
Both LLCs at Level 3 (CPU vdroop is 1.325)
Both power phase: Optimized
RAM Speed 2666 (15,17,17,35)
RAM Volt: 1.35V
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