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post #2151 of 2706
let me clarify

i would never suggest anything liable to harm anybodys property

i would only suggest something if i have used it myself and know it to be fine

the video shws bios version 1.6 and early days

we have moved on and some things now are known to be better

eg i run amd boot training = auto

and as for voltage i know mine rigidly sticks to 1.325 volts using the settings i wrote
post #2152 of 2706
Quote:
Originally Posted by datonyb View Post

he *should* have just done as i suggested and set it up in bios with PART2 OF VIDEO ......................

it sounds like he may have a buggy cpu and as far as i know using proper p states will allow it to run as desired
and yes cool an quiet etc should be turned off

i literally wrote out all settings and steps to follow to match mine


cinebench_zpshn6zj8dh.png

*** is happening with posts..can't keep up with me sorry about the dup posts
Edited by Amir007 - 10/19/17 at 5:05pm
post #2153 of 2706
IDK, Micro Center is pretty cool and will let you bring your stuff in to test to see which component you need to swap.
post #2154 of 2706
its cheaper to get a threadripper than to keep a girlfriend !

even at 7k dolla !


ps it may be the cpu has the speed bug ...............
post #2155 of 2706
Quote:
Originally Posted by datonyb View Post

he *should* have just done as i suggested and set it up in bios with PART2 OF VIDEO ......................

it sounds like he may have a buggy cpu and as far as i know using proper p states will allow it to run as desired
and yes cool an quiet etc should be turned off

i literally wrote out all settings and steps to follow to match mine


cinebench_zpshn6zj8dh.png
Quote:
Originally Posted by datonyb View Post

he *should* have just done as i suggested and set it up in bios with PART2 OF VIDEO ......................

it sounds like he may have a buggy cpu and as far as i know using proper p states will allow it to run as desired
and yes cool an quiet etc should be turned off

i literally wrote out all settings and steps to follow to match mine


cinebench_zpshn6zj8dh.png

I would have to be the most unlucky person to get a buggy CPU. I don't believe it is the CPU one bit. It's the motherboard 100% that's making me mad here. All day ive been reading horror stories with these mobos and thank god I didn't go with TR and x399. I hear people are losing girlfriends.

I have cool an quiet disabled. I follow direction well I think. I'm in the bios right now and I have set 9c,8,24 for both Pstate0 and 1 and left Pstate 2 = Auto. I will be booting up to windows soon until I get more confirmations if I should leave CPU Vcore Voltage to Auto or Fixed Mode. The dude in video says Auto but some of you are saying Fixed and at the same time telling me to watch the video lol Cmon now
post #2156 of 2706
as i said the video was made in bios v1.6

the pstate bit is right
just a few tweaks as we have moved on (in the last 6 months)

i now run amd boot at auto

any difference i wrote out for you

have some bl00dy faith man
post #2157 of 2706
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Originally Posted by datonyb View Post

as i said the video was made in bios v1.6

the pstate bit is right
just a few tweaks as we have moved on (in the last 6 months)

i now run amd boot at auto

any difference i wrote out for you

have some bl00dy faith man

Well then why post a video to follow if it doesn't apply because then it creates more confusion. The dude is saying opposite of what you're all telling me.

When you are doing the Pstate stuff please tell me this:
Do you keep Overclock Mode to auto or or manual?
Do you keep CPU Frequency and Voltage Change auto or manual?

Voltage Mode Stable mode or OC Mode?
CPU Vcore Voltage Auto or Fixed?

The dude in the video put everything back to Auto when he gave instructions on how to use Pstate so please understand the difference from part 1 of the video and part 2. Did you watch it?
post #2158 of 2706
did i watch it ?
yes the day it was made
yes everytime i update my bios

the video shows you how to set PSTATES

i added some extra updated experiance

in the 6 months i have linked many people to this video NEVER have any found cause to complain

to be fair when someone is trying to help you at 1.20 am local time, your not exactly making me feel very happy
cpu vcore fixed !
cpu load line level 2
am4 boot training auto
voltage mode stable

cnq off
and the other 3 settings in that page/tab off

you can leave global c state to auto

this applies to bios 1.6/2.0/2.2/2.3/2.4/3.0/3.1

you think i might have done this myself a few times now with all those bios versions ? ................................

actually no your right

its 1.25 am here
forget what ive wrote out over the last few hours for you

your board is trash/ryzen is trash/asrock is trash/im trash its all garabage and your wonderful

take the entire lot back to the store and buy intel

good luck !
Edited by datonyb - 10/19/17 at 5:26pm
post #2159 of 2706
I did everything as shown in 2nd half of video and my CPU speed and vcore did not change. The preview in Pstate says 1.4 When I run Cinebench now in CPU-z shows Multiplier 5.5 with Core speed 549mhz and now on idle it is showing x22.0 99.98 Mhz = 2199.49 Mhz. Unbelievable. Not sure who said it on here but isn't this that bug you were talking about?
post #2160 of 2706
Quote:
Originally Posted by datonyb View Post

did i watch it ?
yes the day it was made
yes everytime i update my bios

the video shows you how to set PSTATES

i added some extra updated experiance

in the 6 months i have linked many people to this video NEVER have any found cause to complain

to be fair when someone is trying to help you at 1.20 am local time, your not exactly making me feel very happy
cpu vcore fixed !
cpu load line level 2
am4 boot training auto
voltage mode stable

cnq off
and the other 3 settings in that page/tab off

you can leave global c state to auto

this applies to bios 1.6/2.0/2.2/2.3/2.4/3.0/3.1

you think i might have done this myself a few times now with all those bios versions ? ................................

actually no your right

its 1.25 am here
forget what ive wrote out over the last few hours for you

your board is trash/ryzen is trash/asrock is trash/im trash its all garabage and your wonderful

take the entire lot back to the store and buy intel

good luck !
I appreciate the help but cmon you don't have to give up on me so fast. Look man, this mobo require a lot of TLC it looks like. The bios you gotta admit is very unstable. The god damn load line changes on its own if u go from auto to fixed so im just frustrated how a product can be this flaky.
I Just set everything up as you stated but you left one thing out..You wrote "cpu vcore fixed !" but just below it is asking for a value. What should this be? It reads "Fixed Voltage (V) and mine shows 1.36875. I guess this is what I set it at when I watched the first half of the video. What should this be?

I set the "Global C-state Control"l to Auto now.
Edited by Amir007 - 10/19/17 at 6:06pm
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