Originally Posted by seiferoth10
Whoa, how did you manage to change the command rate? I do have the Taichi and not the Fatality Gaming, but I cant imagine they'd only allow the latter to have a newly modifiable command rate?
I did a quick look in the OC section to see IF they had that option yet but didn't see one. When I FINALLY got a stable mem OC and was able to post/boot to windows CPUz & hwinfo 5.50 were both showing that the memory was running at 2T, so I guess that they're doing it automagically now, or more likely parsing more of the JEDEC/XMP info maybe.
It HAD been running PERFECTLY HAPPILY at 2667 1T though, so I'm thinking that I'd like a manual override especially IF I can ever get to 2933 or 3200 and it doesn't give much(any) extra perf, I MIGHT be happier at 2667 and 1T which BTW did pass and hour or so of intel burn.
I see that 1.93D beta BIOS is now missing, but the release 2.0 is still up. I think that I saw a post on reddit where someone claimed that 2.0 bricked their fatal1ty but it sounded like they were doing a great deal of monkeying around while I'm REALLY waiting for BIOS/AGESA to stabilize. i.e. I'm reluctant to mess w/ANY voltage settings ATM and am pretty much sticking w/modding timings but man this reboot cycle crap has just got to go as it ALWAYS just ends back up @ 2133(or at least I've NEVER see ANYTHING other than 2133 after cycling) or phailwhales -> manual reset/reboot to recover. I'd like to see dump to BIOS or straight reset to defaults on failure. The boot cycling wastes too much time for nothing at all.
Speaking of AGESA I HAD been looking at the INCORRECT section in hwinfo. There's another AGESA specific labelled field buried somewhere else in the tree than CPU, but I've forgotten where and will have to search it out again. All I remember is that it seemed an incredibly illogical place for it... (It's 1.3.0 [something] now)