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Originally Posted by Valter84 View Post

Hello, Yes I have, the results are better with 3333 but nothing huge.
What I saw like other is that the latency`s with the latest bios are worst.

I have canceled my ch6 order. I was going to to buy it @ 174€ but I couldn`t justify the bought, I would have to sell my prime probably @ 125€, so it would have been +50€ diference. I am going to save that money.

So, I will stay here trying new bios.

Regards.

This is a really interesting post too with some impressive results for running 3333 together with CPU OC, you should try some of his settings.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1626011/my-experience-with-the-asus-prime-x370-pro/5990#post_26459553

and

http://www.overclock.net/t/1626011/my-experience-with-the-asus-prime-x370-pro/6010#post_26460409
Edited by makatech - 11/21/17 at 2:39am
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Originally Posted by makatech View Post

Wow, really good performance and very cool running 3333 with good timings. Hmmm, maybe best verified result I've seen on this board so far, not sure.

Please share some other BIOS settings like ProcODT, DRAM voltage, SoC voltage, phase control settings, LLC settings for both CPU and SoC, Gear Down Mode, Power Down Mode and other secrets, please share. :-)

I want to try your settings too, starting with RAM, but your current CPU OC clockings are very interesting too. :-)

You are running bios 3203 official, right (not a modded)?

(I have the 1600X which may be a different story though, not exactly the same ram either but I do have Samsung b-die which almost is a must have for really good performance.)

Here you go:

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I reached my maximum oc for daily.
My goal was to use LLC3 and stay around 1.35v max (the max safe value reccomended from AMD).

Now from this point, I hope for new bios in the future to get higher perfomance with ram... But as of now I'm really satisfied!
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Originally Posted by Keyan93 View Post

Here you go:

I reached my maximum oc for daily.
My goal was to use LLC3 and stay around 1.35v max (the max safe value reccomended from AMD).

Now from this point, I hope for new bios in the future to get higher perfomance with ram... But as of now I'm really satisfied!

Fantastic, thank you, really appreciate it. :-)

I will probably not be able to achieve same stability as you using your settings (because of other cpu, ram and variances in silicon lottery) but it will be fun trying and maybe it will help me.
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Fantastic, thank you, really appreciate it. :-)

I will probably not be able to achieve same stability as you using your settings (because of other cpu, ram and variances in silicon lottery) but it will be fun trying and maybe it will help me.

May luck be with you! thumb.gif
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May luck be with you! thumb.gif

1.36 dram and SoC 1.000 is impressive for stable RAM with your good/tight timings running 3333MHz.
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3203 is just not working out for me. Have to restart with turning off power 4 - 5 times to boot up to Asus screen. seems that something is wrong with recognizing drives. Once it boots up to OS (W10, W7 and Mint) drives get real slow with some programs although benchmark shows they run at normal speeds.
Is there a way to go back to 0902 BIOS ??? EZ Update doesn't recognize it (and other ones) as valid bios. I have reflashed 3203 twice already reset it and set factory defaults and it's still making problems.
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I've been meaning to ask: is there an editor for the CMO configuration BIOS files I could use do tweak some settings for a modded bios without actually flashing that modded bios to my motherboard?
Since people are saying you can load configs from a modded bios to a normal one I think what I'm asking might be also working.

in this post reous upload some profiles to Bios 1201:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1633955/bios-mod-asus-prime-x370-pro-0902-1-1001m-profile-mods

you can change hidden settings with CMO profile (but not show this settings).
The most usefull hidden settings are:
Spread Spectrum
BGS/BGSA
HPET
P-States

ps: The CMO file not need editor, this file is created with the BiOS when you save/export your "overclocking profile" (in this case is profile of Modded Bios)
Edited by ZeNch - 11/21/17 at 4:39am
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Originally Posted by Keyan93 View Post

Here you go:

171121102900.png 171121102910.png 171121102951.png 171121103007.png 171121103021.png 171121103036.png 171121103057.png 171121103117.png

I reached my maximum oc for daily.
My goal was to use LLC3 and stay around 1.35v max (the max safe value reccomended from AMD).

Now from this point, I hope for new bios in the future to get higher perfomance with ram... But as of now I'm really satisfied!
Promising - but I can't get these timing stable. Trying slower timings with correct (584) tRFC1/2/4 for my ram - almost completed a run of IBT which the faster timings couldn't do - not even 1 iteration. Now I get to 9!

Am going to try and tighten these timings and see if I can improve anything. I note you have VDDP Standby voltage at 0.97500 - I've never played with this before but it seems to be helping! Thanks for sharing. thumb.gif
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What about going to earlier BIOS, does anybody know the way or if it's at all possible ????
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What about going to earlier BIOS, does anybody know the way or if it's at all possible ????

I have same concern. I would like know if possible go to previous bios using AFUDOS.
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