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post #101 of 505
Glad to see someone else with the same concern. I updated yesterday to 2.0 BIOS and am seeing the same issue of nearly double vcore showing in hwmonitor. I used a meter to check voltages from the back of the motherboard and they're what they should be for me (1.3V).
Edited by Hotfix - 4/17/17 at 7:38am
post #102 of 505
So if you read the voltage behind the motherboard at LLC level 1,2,3 you get "normal readings" but if you do it at the far capacitor you will get "abnormally high readings."
post #103 of 505
So should I be concerned about using 4.0 at 1.3875 at level 2. His video seems to show it would shorten the lifespan of the processor. I did find that 3.9 at 1.331 at level 4 is also stable for me. I guess I will stick with that for now. Not sure whether to believe the concerns on that video or not.
post #104 of 505
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Originally Posted by Lance01 View Post

So should I be concerned about using 4.0 at 1.3875 at level 2. His video seems to show it would shorten the lifespan of the processor. I did find that 3.9 at 1.331 at level 4 is also stable for me. I guess I will stick with that for now. Not sure whether to believe the concerns on that video or not.

I'm currently 3.9 @ 1.28 level 3 which has been stable.
post #105 of 505
Can Ryzen overclock and still work normal? Idle back down with all of the power saving features?

Similar to Intel is what I'm asking.

I see people having to run performance mode awhile back. Didn't know if some of this has been ironed out ☺
post #106 of 505
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I'm currently 3.9 @ 1.28 level 3 which has been stable.
I normally test with Aida64 only fpu checked for a few hours and then with all checked for about 12 hours. I could pass at a lower voltage using all checked for 12 hours but normally have to raise the voltage a bit when testing with fpu only as it it requires a little more voltage.

Have not tried level 3 at 3.9 yet but you might just have a better chip than me. After testing 1.331 was as low as I could go without crashing using aida 64.
Edited by Lance01 - 4/17/17 at 12:46pm
post #107 of 505
Taichi is an awesome board, TridentZ 3200C14 worked as specked with original P1.50 bios, i updated bios to newest P2.00 after about hour of testing, and still goin', even more tight rolleyes.gif

post #108 of 505
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Originally Posted by Yolavi View Post

Taichi is an awesome board, TridentZ 3200C14 worked as specked with original P1.50 bios, i updated bios to newest P2.00 after about hour of testing, and still goin', even more tight rolleyes.gif


Link to RAM kit?
post #109 of 505
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Originally Posted by iRUSH View Post

Link to RAM kit?

I bought these from Amazon, couldnt found those from there anymore, its an 16GB (2x8) G.Skill Tridentz kit.

Exact model is; F4-3200C14D-16GTZ.
Edited by Yolavi - 4/17/17 at 9:25pm
post #110 of 505
@ people who wondering about 2 different v-Cores, i got this answer from Asrock

It is our BIOS extra setting instead of a bug.
Normally, users could only modify CPU internal voltage.
But on this model, we mounted with extra PWM IC to let users control CPU external voltage.
In BIOS \ OC Tweaker \ CPU Configuration \ CPU Voltage, this option is to adjust CPU internal voltage.
In BIOS \ OC Tweaker \ Voltage Configuration \ Fixed (Offset) Voltage, this option is to adjust CPU external voltage.

Note: If users set CPU internal voltage and CPU external voltage at the same time, CPU voltage would only change based on CPU external voltage setting.

good question what to do now with this information, but i set both cores to the same voltage i think
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