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@Amir didn't you get you setup working properly and getting a descent CB score or are you still having issues?
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Its not fixed. If it was I would not have the email in my inbox straight from Taiwan @ 5:22 am this morning.

Thats EST. See I need to lose sleep to be on Taiwan time.

Whats 3.2 bios date? If not newer than todays date 5:22am well wink.gif

Your cpu may not have the bug as severe. Just because you recently bought it does not mean you are on the most recent glass. I have very recent glass like as recent as Pro 1700x just got released.

Change the voltage to fixed 1.40v right above the cpu LLC settings and boot.

Boards used to work fine like that...if it does not. Congrats your on your way to accurate bug reporting.
Edited by chew* - 10/20/17 at 12:04pm
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Originally Posted by sierra248 View Post

Chew, I been stable at 3.8ghz and 1.325 volts 24/7. If I even bump to 3825, I am not stable, no matter what Volts I throw at it. Do you think this is part of the bug or just the max overclock of my CPU. Also if they fix the bug, do you think I may be able to get a higher overclock, as that would be great as I bought the 1700, hoping for 4.0ghz, but even 3.9 would make me happy. Great Video btw! Very informative. Hope helps out all the guys I been telling shouldn’t be having problems, sorry amir007!
Again Thanks,
Sierra248

No clue tbh but I know for a fact its limiting my newer glass. Its quite possible p states just are not as stable.

On x399 fixed > pstate stability wise.
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Originally Posted by pschorr1123 View Post

@Amir didn't you get you setup working properly and getting a descent CB score or are you still having issues?

My issue isn't about that anymore as I now fully understand the issue with this mobo. The main culprit is the voltage between various amd chips and bios versions. I'm just trying to bring order on here because a lot of people come in here post their settings but not once do they highlight what bios version they are on. They are under the impression that all bioses are the same when that is not the reality. lol As you can see I followed exactly what chew did on his vid and I'm getting no multi bug at 4Ghz but he is bcuz he's on P3.0. Same CPU 1800x and I doubt it has anything to do with being diff glass. Nope.

We should all be trying to perfect the P3.2 bios firmware settings and anything before that is NULL to me.
Edited by Amir007 - 10/20/17 at 12:13pm
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I can swap another 1800x in and be bug free on 3.0.

Doing my video with it would have been counter productive.

Did you not see the tray of cpus in the video?

The 78 post codes are part of it. Sometimes it boots you think im good...

Shutdown. Power on. All good.

Do a restart 78.

You need a decent glass assortment to determine whats what.

You have any idea how many users complained a bug was causing there memory speed issues?

Bios buggy can not go over 3200. = wrong.
Edited by chew* - 10/20/17 at 12:27pm
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There are no major changes in 3.00 to 3.200. The only difference is the severity of the bug between cpus not the bios version.

Some chips must use p state some must use the main page top vcore/cpu multi.

Its a pain to back flash clean without a dos based flash so No I am not flashing newer nor am I bug reporting anything until they solve this issue.

Solving this issue can cause other issues or this issue can cause other issue and or false alarms bug wise. One must chase the source not the side effects.

Once the main problem is fixed only then will I continue to deal with new and or other issues.

Asrock engineers are on latest the bug exists they saw and confirmed on newer silicon so thats all i need.

The bug is not cpu-z...

Scores are = 2200.

See your doing what the engineers did...your second guessing me which is why this issue still exists 2 months longer than it should have.

AMD works with me and sends me cpus for the past 8 years for a reason. If you don't trust my judgement that is fine but you should trust theirs wink.gif
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

I can swap another 1800x in and be bug free on 3.0.

Doing my video with it would have been counter productive.

Did you not see the tray of cpus in the video?

The 78 post codes are part of it. Sometimes it boots you think im good...

Shutdown. Power on. All good.

Do a restart 78.

Fine I understand. This is why I asked if you could post this info for your bugged 1800x so I can compare it to mine stepping. Do you have HWiNFO64 app?


So do you think ASSrock will somehow come up with a bios that can read different stepping of the same 1700x/1800x silicon? I doubt it.
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Its pointless and I will tell you why.

It still B1 stepping.

The OPN is the model which has not changed.

If you wanted to actually compare the difference it would be found on the lid in the manufacture date smile.gif
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

Its pointless and I will tell you why.

It still B1 stepping.

The OPN is the model which has not changed.

If you wanted to actually compare the difference it would be found on the lid in the manufacture date smile.gif

hehe I do recall once buying a mobile/Opteron amd CPU back in the day with a very specific dd/yy batch due to overclock headroom but I don't think that applies for these cpu's. I'm very confident that if you updated to P3.20 right now and redid your vid you wouldn't have that bug. And don't touch the XMP settings on your first boot either.
Edited by Amir007 - 10/20/17 at 12:36pm
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Trust me, he knows what’s he’s doing. I spent past two weeks tweaking his super fast 3466 mem timings and other then one or two timings being a tiny bit different on my memory. He was spot on, even intel guys are using his sub timings. Now we’ll wait, I’m guessing within a month we get a bios update. Like I said he knows way more then most likely anyone on overclock.net about AMD. He also has direct contact with em. You’ve been working on your system for days, he’s been working with his since just about launch.
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hehe I do recall once buying a mobile/Opteron amd CPU back in the day with a very specific dd/yy batch due to overclock headroom but I don't think that applies for these cpu's. I'm very confident that if you updated to P3.20 right now and redid your vid you wouldn't have that bug. And don't touch the XMP settings on your first boot either.
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