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This is one buggy board. Fingers crossed the next BIOS kicks butt!

On 2.0
post #222 of 471
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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.
How did you set your voltage? Have you seen my post on previous page? In my case Pstate0 was working ONLY if I set the voltage as an offset on OC page, if I touched the voltage on the pstates page, pstate was never chosen.
post #223 of 471
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Originally Posted by hankmooody View Post

hey guys, has someone achieved 3200+ ram on the taichi yet?

I'm able to run my Corsair LPX(CMK16GX4M2B3200C16W) memory at 3200mhz but just selecting its XMP profile in the UEFI.
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post #224 of 471
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Originally Posted by iRUSH View Post

This is one buggy board. Fingers crossed the next BIOS kicks butt!

On 2.0

Well...its probably the less buggy atm to be honest.
post #225 of 471
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Originally Posted by RaduZ View Post

Any of you guys using HWinfo to check temps? What is the temperature I should be looking at? Tctl or CPU reported under the motherboard tab? The one under the motherboard tab matches the temp reported in the A-Tuning utility but the Tctl temp is ~6C higher.

Found the answer in earlyer posts. Thx

From memory, even though Tctl is listed in degrees, it is not actually an objective measure of temperature at all - it is calculated differently between intel and AMD and should be generally ignored, preferring your core or die-temp instead. It measures SOMETHING, but it isn't temp as such, it is kind of a dark art.
post #226 of 471
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Originally Posted by bl1tzk1213g View Post

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.
How did you set your voltage? Have you seen my post on previous page? In my case Pstate0 was working ONLY if I set the voltage as an offset on OC page, if I touched the voltage on the pstates page, pstate was never chosen.

I have it on offset mode but still no go. How did you set your voltage on pstate0?


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I have it on offset mode but still no go. How did you set your voltage on pstate0?
At first I reseted pstates (1-3) and set frequency (4) and vcore (5):
1) OC Tweaker Tab in UEFI -> frequency and vcore on auto 2) All pstates on auto 3) Save and reboot into UEFI. After that if I open pstates and set one of them to custom, the figures are the default ones.
4) Change p-state 0 frequency, ignore the voltage 5) OC Tweaker tab: don't touch the frequency, set VCore to desired offset. In my BIOS I have two places where to set VCore on OC Tweaker tab, the first is located at the top of the screen and usually hidden and only appears when you change frequency. In this case as the frequency is set on auto, it's hidden, and you need to change the VCore, that is grouped together with other voltages (SoC, RAM, and so on). 6) Reboot to Windows, change power plan's min cpu state to 10%.
If it's exactly how you did it and it still does not work for you, I don't think I will be able to help, sorry. It was trial and error for me, based on p-states overclocking guide for Asus Crosshair, and I still consider this magic smile.gif
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At first I reseted pstates (1-3) and set frequency (4) and vcore (5):
1) OC Tweaker Tab in UEFI -> frequency and vcore on auto 2) All pstates on auto 3) Save and reboot into UEFI. After that if I open pstates and set one of them to custom, the figures are the default ones.
4) Change p-state 0 frequency, ignore the voltage 5) OC Tweaker tab: don't touch the frequency, set VCore to desired offset. In my BIOS I have two places where to set VCore on OC Tweaker tab, the first is located at the top of the screen and usually hidden and only appears when you change frequency. In this case as the frequency is set on auto, it's hidden, and you need to change the VCore, that is grouped together with other voltages (SoC, RAM, and so on). 6) Reboot to Windows, change power plan's min cpu state to 10%.
If it's exactly how you did it and it still does not work for you, I don't think I will be able to help, sorry. It was trial and error for me, based on p-states overclocking guide for Asus Crosshair, and I still consider this magic smile.gif

Can you please take a picture of you bios settings and post here?
post #229 of 471
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Can you please take a picture of you bios settings and post here?
Once again, I don't have Taichi, I have X370 Gaming K4, but this should be roughly the same. Step by step as in previous post. (Click to show)
1) OC Tweaker Tab in UEFI -> frequency and vcore on auto


2) All pstates on auto

3) Save and reboot into UEFI. After that if I open pstates and set one of them to custom, the figures are the default ones.

4) Change p-state 0 frequency, ignore the voltage

5) OC Tweaker tab: don't touch the frequency, set VCore to desired offset. In my BIOS I have two places where to set VCore on OC Tweaker tab, the first is located at the top of the screen and usually hidden and only appears when you change frequency. In this case as the frequency is set on auto, it's hidden, and you need to change the VCore, that is grouped together with other voltages (SoC, RAM, and so on)


Edited by ruspartisan - 5/1/17 at 11:57pm
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Still cant get pstate to work lol


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