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thanks for testing.
yeah, best to play safe.
you filed a bug report?

Nope not yet. I will this weekend when I'm home and can give them the specs when I'm not stuck at work between night shifts.
post #262 of 509
Don't have any issues with Bios 2.0 besides the SSD detection. I will wait a week or so before I flash to 2.2 to make sure other people aren't having some catastrophic issues.
post #263 of 509
Hi All,

I have just registered to join this party here:
MB:Asrock Taichi
Bios: 2.0
CPU:Ryzen 1700
Ram: GALAX HOF DDR4-3200 16G(8G*2)D4-3200 8G C14-14-14-34 1.35V
Cooler: Wraith Spire

Try to run 3200Mhz with Load XMP Setting XMP 2.0 Profile 1 and get error with post time. Please help.
post #264 of 509
Did you try to:
1) Loosen the timings (+1-2 on each, 15 15 15 35 for example)
2) Up the SoC voltage (1.2v max)
3) Up RAM voltage to 1.4
?
post #265 of 509
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Did you try to:
1) Loosen the timings (+1-2 on each, 15 15 15 35 for example)
2) Up the SoC voltage (1.2v max)
3) Up RAM voltage to 1.4
?

I have tried the timing 16 18 18 18 36
RAM voltage to 1.350
SoC voltage 1.2

have same problem . May be due to IMC of CPU ??
post #266 of 509
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I don`t understand these things, so I ask noob question again rolleyes.gif So pstate is not important for regular user overclocking? If I clock with multiplier and voltage increase everything will be ok like on fx platform, in idle voltage and frequency will be lower but as someone stated before that most programs don't show correct frequency for Ryzen, because it can switch states very fast.

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With regular overclocking frequency stays at max. But it seem that p-states overclocking works for everyone now, though you need to fiddle a bit.
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With regular overclocking frequency stays at max. But it seem that p-states overclocking works for everyone now, though you need to fiddle a bit.

Since I am not sure will I buy Taichi and don`t know does other cheaper board support pstate I was wondering will OC without pstate shorten lifespan of CPU by big margin? User who have x370 Gigabyte K5 with 1700 3.9ghz (OC without pstate) told me that his frequency stay the same in idle and load. In idle power consumption is 66.5W and in load is 187W. With that information I think there is no big difference with and without pstate...
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does other cheaper board support pstate
At least ASRock Gaming K4 supports it
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I was wondering will OC without pstate shorten lifespan of CPU by big margin?
Unless you go YOLO on the voltage and temps, I'd expect CPU to last at least 10 years with something like 3.9@1.35
post #270 of 509
I'm running bios 2.20. My x370 Taichi need a long time to post. About 20s till the Asrock logo appear. Is this normal?
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