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So this new BIOS was released primarily to enable the new APU's to be used in our motherboard. Correct? Nothing really improved over the 1201 BIOS?
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So this new BIOS was released primarily to enable the new APU's to be used in our motherboard. Correct? Nothing really improved over the 1201 BIOS?
Yes.....and no......they've restructured the bios and done some work on it. Personally I've been able to boot with timings that did not boot before and i've read that others have had some luck like this too.
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Thanks for the reply. I don't know unless I try whether I can get anything more out of my memory I guess. My first Prime board is running stable at 3333 Stilts Safe timings with the 3600 G. Skill kit. And my latest Prime addition is running with 3200 Stilt Safe settings on the 3200 G. Skill kit. I wasn't able to get that one to 3333 stable though which may just prove that the higher binned kits do have more headroom in them. I think I have seen other posts saying that they have been able to get those kits to 3333 also. That would be the one that could possibly benefit from the newest BIOS I guess.
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Thanks for the reply. I don't know unless I try whether I can get anything more out of my memory I guess. My first Prime board is running stable at 3333 Stilts Safe timings with the 3600 G. Skill kit. And my latest Prime addition is running with 3200 Stilt Safe settings on the 3200 G. Skill kit. I wasn't able to get that one to 3333 stable though which may just prove that the higher binned kits do have more headroom in them. I think I have seen other posts saying that they have been able to get those kits to 3333 also. That would be the one that could possibly benefit from the newest BIOS I guess.
Lermite discovered that the default value for CLDO_VDDP has changed to 700mv, much lower than most of us thought it should go, so that might help some users.

Edit: if you have b-die memory, you're not going to be any worse off.
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hello my friends i have o/c at 3.8Ghz with 1.375Volt and my ram is at 2800 (hynix) bios 1201 and a lot of settings at auto
now my question is because i can not remember right now, in task manager windows 10 the cpu clock speed jumping like crazy when pc not doing any work (idle) and when goes full load it's going up and stable ...
all others programs says is stable at 3.8 (idle - full load) ryzen master - hwinfo - hwmonitor - cpuz

and a video it's a bit a lagy whens goes full load i record it with relive
https://youtu.be/ocD0ddSL1gE
is this normal ?
thank you all for your time
Edited by Rewind84 - 11/18/17 at 5:03pm
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hello my friends i have o/c at 3.8Ghz with 1.375Volt and my ram is at 2800 (hynix) bios 1201 and a lot of settings at auto
now my question is because i can not remember right now, in task manager windows 10 the cpu clock speed jumping like crazy when pc not doing any work (idle) and when goes full load it's going up and stable ...
all others programs says is stable at 3.8 (idle - full load) ryzen master - hwinfo - hwmonitor - cpuz

and a video it's a bit a lagy whens goes full load i record it with relive
https://youtu.be/ocD0ddSL1gE
is this normal ?
thank you all for your time
Yes, this appears to be normal since Fall Creators Update
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I was just searching Google for what is going on with the Task Manager CPU Frequency readout in the FCU which was just pushed on me. Good to hear that it is messed up. I don't see irrationally low readings in either SIV or HwInfo64 when fully loaded which I always am.
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Lermite discovered that the default value for CLDO_VDDP has changed to 700mv, much lower than most of us thought it should go, so that might help some users.

The accepted values range is displayed in the help string in the modded bios 3203:

CLDO_VDDP_3203.png

But the 1201 allows to set a much lower value, such the 425 mV I have tested.
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Lermite discovered that the default value for CLDO_VDDP has changed to 700mv, much lower than most of us thought it should go, so that might help some users.

Edit: if you have b-die memory, you're not going to be any worse off.
Interesting ..... hmmmm. That would seem to address ASUS trying to move the memory hole around to better fit all the high XMP rated RAM and possibly provide Intel like memory clock capabilities.
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The accepted values range is displayed in the help string in the modded bios 3203:



But the 1201 allows to set a much lower value, such the 425 mV I have tested.
So not 700mV by default but the lower limit.
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