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post #211 of 505
sorry if this sounds like a blogpost,
just wanted to say that changing from r7 1700, to 1700x did not help me in reaching the 3200mhz on my flare-x kit, so far.
I'll be tinkering with it some more, but I'm considering swapping the ram as well now.
I realise it's a bit nonrational at this point but I just really want that 3200mhz.
Any chance the board itself is holding back my ram speed?
I would think the wiring and everything wouldn't be subject to the variance like the controller or ramchips themselves would be.

thanks
post #212 of 505
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I'd like to try 1.94 and see if it will help me reach 3200 with xmp biggrin.gif

I put it on my dropbox. Let us know if it helped:P, it's a beta rom but with better ram support.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6wn005wdijbmtqc/X370%20Taichi_L1.94A.zip?dl=0
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post #213 of 505
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As far as I can understand, p-states overclocking won't give any better results in terms of frequency.

I don't have Taichi, but have X370 Gaming K4. I overclocked with p-states like this: found stable frequency and voltage (3,9 and 1.3), changed p-state 0 frequency to 3.9 (9c, as far a i remember) and didn't touch the voltage. If I changed p-state voltage, p-state 0 was never used, only p-state 1 (2,6GHz). Instead I noted down the default voltage (1.1875), switched to OC page in UEFI, set Vcore from auto to offset +0.1125, and now everything seems to be working, though I had to meddle with Ryzen Power Plan: it has 90% min cpu state, and cores still weren't downclocking in idle, changed it to 10%, now CPU frequency stays within 1.6-3.9 depending on the load.

Thanks a lot for your suggestion. I was facing the same issue, if I put in manual overclock on the main page , system will always work at max frequency and if I used P0 state overclock(changing frequency and voltage), it will never get to max state.
Did what you suggested, changed only frequency but left voltage alone for P0 state, and then things work as expected, but I am having some issues.
How are you seeing if Vcore Voltage is taking effect at all? I did set my offset voltage to 11250 but in Ryzen master it still says 1.1875. Can anyone please help me here?
Thanks in advance!!
post #214 of 505
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I put it on my dropbox. Let us know if it helped:P, it's a beta rom but with better ram support.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6wn005wdijbmtqc/X370%20Taichi_L1.94A.zip?dl=0

thanks. my board is coming tomorrow. dunno what bios version it's coming with. at least i got 1.94 and 2.0 to compare with.
post #215 of 505
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I put it on my dropbox. Let us know if it helped:P, it's a beta rom but with better ram support.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6wn005wdijbmtqc/X370%20Taichi_L1.94A.zip?dl=0

How come UEFI won't recognize the bios from my USB? It scans my USB but says "no image file could be found" or something like that
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How are you seeing if Vcore Voltage is taking effect at all? I did set my offset voltage to 11250 but in Ryzen master it still says 1.1875. Can anyone please help me here?
Firstly, my system is stable at 3.9GHz, so I know it's not running at 1.1875 smile.gif Secondly, I used HWINFO to see the voltage. According to it, the voltage is 1.312 - 1.344 under load (I used LLC1, so no surprises here).
post #217 of 505
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Originally Posted by realtomatoes View Post

thanks. my board is coming tomorrow. dunno what bios version it's coming with. at least i got 1.94 and 2.0 to compare with.

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How come UEFI won't recognize the bios from my USB? It scans my USB but says "no image file could be found" or something like that


Welcome! Did you unpack the file? Works fine for me
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hopefully they work for you.

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Confirming that updating to this version of the Realtek drivers fixed my crackly, popping sound (especially noticable in Dawn of War 3).
post #219 of 505
How come when I overclock using Pstate0 (leaving other pstates on auto) my max frequency is 2700mhz but does downclock to whatever i want it to? When I do change Pstate 0, 1, 2 it clocks all the way to 3900 but does not downclock and I lose the "minimum cpu frequency" on windows power management.
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hey guys, has someone achieved 3200+ ram on the taichi yet?
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