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post #51 of 498
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Originally Posted by Lance01 View Post

I could not really tell you on the XMP but if it is stable I would just leave it set to XMP. XMP does not work for me on the 16GB x 2 sticks yet but hoping it will with additional bios updates. Well if you can do 3.9 at 1.3 that is great!! Good speed and safe voltage for sure. Here was my Cinebench score at 4.0:
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Nice scores. Once you enable full 3200 on both sticks Cinebench score will improve. I think I will settle for 3.9 for now, there is no way I can do 4.0 on this chip. I had too many crashes on all kind of voltages.

Look at this screen shot @4.0 and 3.9 overclock scores are almost identical.
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What do you think of that score? This is with ram running at 3200 and 3.9 at 1.3 volt.
post #52 of 498
Hey guys,

Just updated to the 2.0 BIOS. Everything seems good except the only weird thing is that for some reason HWMonitor is reading double my vcore now. It scared the hell out of me but HWInfo64 was reading it normally. Anyone else experience something like that?
post #53 of 498
My 3.9 oc at 1.3 volt and ram running at 3200 passed 8 hours aida but when I shutdown the system and start again i get 3 to 4 post attempts and then i could POST. When I boot up windows cpu- z shows stock speed etc.

I even try to increase the voltage etc but same happens. I think system is not liking 3200 ram frequency with 3.9 overclock.

Another thing i dont like is if i use any overcloking method including pstate where i have put idle clock at 2200 but in windows it stays overclocked to 3.8 or 3.9 there is no power saving enabled even though i have enabled c6 and global cstate in bios.

Does anyone know whats happening?

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post #54 of 498
Hello to all,

I would like to ask you if you are using vcore offset, fixed or p-states.

I'd like to maintain on the power saving and oc with offset vcore, it might work?

During this weekend I will build my new config:

Asrock X370 Taichi
Ryzen 1700
Corsair LPX 3200 ver.5.39
Intel 600P 256gb
Arctic Liquid Freezer 240
Sapphire RX 480 8GB
post #55 of 498
Hi, I'm new here.

I have a x370 Taichi (Bios Version 2.00) with a 1700x cooled by a Alphacool Eisbaer AiO.

1. Project memory 3200

Today I will get my third "supported" RAM kit (G.Skill Trident Z 3200 CL14 RGB kit).
I already tried a G.Skill Trident Z 3200 CL14 Kit and the new "Ryzen supported" G.Skill Flare X 3200 CL4 Kit.

All kits could not be configured by XMP.

It is impossible for me to set 3200 manually too.
I set DRAM Voltage to 1,350V, DRAM Frequency to 3200, VDDCR_SOC Voltage to 1,25V, VDDCR_SOC LLC to 2.

The result is always a short F9 message with an endless boot loop.

I read somewhere, that the reason could be the memory controller of the CPU, so i ordered a second 1700x arriving today.
Another reason could be my activated Cool n Quiet mode.
Will try these two things later.

Anyone got an idea concerning my RAM problem?


2. Project Ryzen 4,0

At the moment the 1700x is running on 3,9 with CPU Voltage (V) 1,375, LLC5 all stable.
My goal is to reach 4,0.

In the OC Tweaker Settings CPU Voltage (V) is 1,375.
There is another Setting called CPU Vcore Voltage which is Auto.

Can someone explain me these two parameters?

Ryzen runs on 4,0 with CPU Voltage (V) 1,45V.
I think there are several other parameters to get a better V value for 4,0 beside CPU Voltage (V) and LLC.

Anyone got an idea concerning my CPU problem?





Sonicslide
(Not a native Speaker.)
Edited by sonicslide - 4/12/17 at 6:15am
post #56 of 498
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Originally Posted by sonicslide View Post

Hi, I'm new here.

I have a x370 Taichi (Bios Version 2.00) with a 1700x cooled by a Alphacool Eisbaer AiO.

1. Project memory 3200

Today I will get my third "supported" RAM kit (G.Skill Trident Z 3200 CL14 RGB kit).
I already tried a G.Skill Trident Z 3200 CL14 Kit and the new "Ryzen supported" G.Skill Flare X 3200 CL4 Kit.

All kits could not be configured by XMP.

It is impossible for me to set 3200 manually too.
I set DRAM Voltage to 1,350V, DRAM Frequency to 3200, VDDCR_SOC Voltage to 1,25V, VDDCR_SOC LLC to 2.

The result is always a short F9 message with an endless boot loop.

I read somewhere, that the reason could be the memory controller of the CPU, so i ordered a second 1700x arriving today.
Another reason could be my activated Cool n Quiet mode.
Will try these two things later.

Anyone got an idea concerning my RAM problem?


2. Project Ryzen 4,0

At the moment the 1700x is running on 3,9 with CPU Voltage (V) 1,375, LLC5 all stable.
My goal is to reach 4,0.

In the OC Tweaker Settings CPU Voltage (V) is 1,375.
There is another Setting called CPU Vcore Voltage which is Auto.

Can someone explain me these two parameters?

Ryzen runs on 4,0 with CPU Voltage (V) 1,45V.
I think there are several other parameters to get a better V value for 4,0 beside CPU Voltage (V) and LLC.

Anyone got an idea concerning my CPU problem?





Sonicslide
(Not a native Speaker.)

You are correct that it could be the processor or my hopes are that future bios updates will fix the ram stability. You asked some good questions about the bios and am hoping someone else can answer them for you. I am new to the asrock bios and was also wondering why they had the CPU voltage in 2 different areas on the bios.
post #57 of 498
Having the same issue with my 1700, 8gb x 2 gskill b die and taichi. Each stick will run 3200 by itself but F9 reboots with both sticks in dual channel. I'm very curious to see what you find out with the new cpu.
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Originally Posted by sonicslide View Post


Today I will get my third "supported" RAM kit (G.Skill Trident Z 3200 CL14 RGB kit).
I already tried a G.Skill Trident Z 3200 CL14 Kit and the new "Ryzen supported" G.Skill Flare X 3200 CL4 Kit.

All kits could not be configured by XMP.

It is impossible for me to set 3200 manually too.
I set DRAM Voltage to 1,350V, DRAM Frequency to 3200, VDDCR_SOC Voltage to 1,25V, VDDCR_SOC LLC to 2.

The result is always a short F9 message with an endless boot loop.

Edited by gergregg - 4/12/17 at 3:52pm
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I7970 / 23 x 200 / 4.61 GHz HT Rampage III Formula 3 Asus 5850 1GB / 1050 core 1250 mem 1.3v Gskill F3-12800CL7T-6GBPI / 1002 MHz 7-9-7-24 
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X25-M G2 80GB W7 64 Corsair HX850 TJ07 
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post #58 of 498
Has anyone been able to successfully OC on this motherboard using P States? I tried to do it but apparently if you alter the VID in P State 0 you'll be locked out of it and it will never be accessed. I attempted to overclock to my regular 3.975GHz without altering the VID and using a voltage offset instead. It didn't work and when I'd try to put high load on my CPU, it would instantly fail-safe so I'm assuming the voltage didn't increase with the load. It was idling ~1.23V. It's getting incredibly aggravating.
post #59 of 498
Taichi is available at Newegg now :

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157757

Just got one smile.gif

Guys any recommendation for least expensive Ram? I am OK running at 2933.
How is https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231929
Edited by RyzenMan - 4/12/17 at 3:59pm
post #60 of 498
I'm a bit confused and hope you'll can give me some awnsers.

I'm running an 1700x @ 3.9 at stock vcore voltage (1.35) through PStates on air cooling on the X370 Taichi. The computer will change it's speed according to the workload and thereby I can have a quieter computer when doing non-intensive workloads. So far exactly what I want!
The thing is that Windows will report warnings about hardware corrections on one or multiple cores with a stock vcore voltage of 1.35 running 3900 Mhz for extended periods. Changing the VCore to something greater than 3.5 makes the warnings disappear like snow before the sun.

I figured out is that if you deviate from the default VID "20" value in one PState. (As an example change the FID to 9C (3900mhz) and VID to 1C (1.375) of PState0) the computer will not run in PState0. So you need to change the VID for all the Pstates if you want to run with a higher voltage. Here comes the 'CPU VCore Voltage' settings in the OC Tweaker screen of the bios. At-least, I think?
I also want to run the VCore in offset mode. Less heat, tear and unnecessary power usage when I don't need the performance of Ryzen.
My big question is what do I need to put there to get the VCore voltage to a maximum of 1.375 volts?
Edited by LamaPopo - 4/13/17 at 2:34am
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