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post #71 of 515
Finally I have received my aio cooler H110i and here is the next level of my overclocking.
First for the RAMs, as I stated in my first post the main culprit in my case is the value for cas latency. So I had it run at 3200 18-16-16-34 but changed to 18-14-14-34 as the next 2 values don't seem to cause any issues which is stable, 16 for cas will not work no matter what settings I try or what voltage I set. But this is for now good.

CPU
Once I installed the cooler (which was a pain as I had mounted in front of the R5 and the screws don't align, had to break the corners of top fans to fix at least with 6 screws) I went straight to 4000 GHZ and had 2 iterations of voltage setting, this setting is super stable, had aida run over night for 8 hours without a crash. 4050 turned out be also very stable with slight voltage adjustment. Then I made the jump straight to 4100 after a crash in aida after 1 1/2 hours I upped the voltage to 1.418V which actually is a bit high for my taste. I think the sweet spot for my CPU is 4050 or 4075 with acceptable voltage but I'm stubborn as it currently runs fine with 4100 should it die due to wear and tear from power it'll be time for Ryzen 2 biggrin.gif .

Temps are also great (I think).
After the 8 hour test in aida with the 4050 overclock I noticed the max clock value for all clocks showed 4162, not sure how to read this. Can go to 4150 ?? rolleyes.gif

btw all overclocking done via p-states except drams

Benchmarks finally look nice;

http://valid.x86.fr/yg2zuv




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Where in Taichi bios can we change dram boot voltage?
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Originally Posted by Nocturnal-ru View Post

Where in Taichi bios can we change dram boot voltage?

go to OC Tweaker, down you will see "voltage mode" change to OC Mode, further down you will see "DRAM Voltage" standard is on auto. Either first change to XMP profile and then adjust speed, timings and voltage manually as you like

sorry missed the word boot in your Q, I haven't found that one either yet, as far as know you would need to go through BCLK and that's what I don't want to do
Edited by MrMajestyk - 4/14/17 at 3:51am
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Originally Posted by ninjewz View Post

If you're putting all the VIDs on all the P States to the same value, then you're essentially overclocking your CPU in the same way of someone just entering a voltage in "Fixed Mode." The only difference is that you get to customize what frequencies your P States function at. I feel like the point of having access to P States, and the purpose of buying a more expensive motherboard, is the potential to customize your P States are the most efficient voltage settings for its corresponding frequency for heat management/longevity. It's been a very aggravating process.

So my computer not running in PState0 after I changed the VID of PState0 to 1C and leaving all the other PStates on Auto is a bug?
post #76 of 515
Hey all,

In the middle of building a new PC (Taichi mobo, ryzen 1700X, aorus xtreme 1080ti, gskill trident 3200 16gb cl16). - CPU is water cooled via a corsair AIO.

Been a LONG time since I did any OC'n, reading about the thread a lot of stuff is lost on me right now, ie pstates etc??

Can anyone advise on when I set my PC up, what sort of things in the bios should I have enabled/disabled, how to get the memory to 3200 stable / what timings?

What to change to get 4ghz+ on the cpu

Or if anyone has a suitable OC profile they can share?

Appreciate any input!

Cheers
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Hi everyone, I'm new to this site and to overclocking. I need some help with troubleshooting. My PC will try to Post 3-5 times after I overclock. Have tried 3.9,4.0,4.1. I was able to run cinebench on all speeds. I ran 4.1 with 1.45 volts. 4.0 1.4 volts and 1.35. And 3.9 at 1.35V. Before I ran any stress tests I wanted to make sure the settings stayed saved in the BIOS when I reboot.

That's the problem. With each speed, and each voltage settings, They all would to Post multiple times then boot to windows at stock speed/settings.

I run the Flare x 8gbx2 3200 memory at that speed.

Cooling inst the issue as idle temps are 35C. (haven't ran stress test yet to see under load). It's the thermaltake ultimate 3.0 so cooling isn't a problem. ( Bought the bracket on their website)

I used this video as a "guideline" to help me along with various other information on the web https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52Tw-wcT7o4&t=108s

Anyone that can help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by Chrissr6 View Post

Hi everyone, I'm new to this site and to overclocking. I need some help with troubleshooting. My PC will try to Post 3-5 times after I overclock. Have tried 3.9,4.0,4.1. I was able to run cinebench on all speeds. I ran 4.1 with 1.45 volts. 4.0 1.4 volts and 1.35. And 3.9 at 1.35V. Before I ran any stress tests I wanted to make sure the settings stayed saved in the BIOS when I reboot.

That's the problem. With each speed, and each voltage settings, They all would to Post multiple times then boot to windows at stock speed/settings.

I run the Flare x 8gbx2 3200 memory at that speed.

Cooling inst the issue as idle temps are 35C. (haven't ran stress test yet to see under load). It's the thermaltake ultimate 3.0 so cooling isn't a problem. ( Bought the bracket on their website)

I used this video as a "guideline" to help me along with various other information on the web https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52Tw-wcT7o4&t=108s

Anyone that can help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

I've noticed the board likes to reset itself to default after going through a couple failed bootcycles, as it shoud. Even when you go back into the BIOS and you still see that all your settings are there, and you change one setting only that one setting you just altered will actually take effect when you exit and save settings. Everything else is still going to behave like its on default so if you have a 3900Mhz OC set and it shows 3900 you'll still boot into stock speeds.

Best way around this is to save your settings at the bottom of the OC tweaker page and load the last stable overclock from there if you have it fail to boot.

I found this out after having 2933Mhz ram speed working and then trying to go to 3200Mhz which failed to boot. When i went back into BIOS i set it back to 2933 and it failed again, 2666 failed, 2400 failed. I was confused how this could be since i just had 2933Mhz working fine, and the culprit was that all my voltages were reset to their defaults even though i still saw them set to what i had. After loaded my last stable OC all the settings were behaving as normal.
Edited by Malinkadink - 4/14/17 at 12:10pm
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post #79 of 515
Ok looking for some help.
I see others have been able to get ram to run at 3200 but all i am getting is 2400 to post. Any thing more will not post.

I am running G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 16GB F4-3200C16D-16GTZR - chose this from the QVL.
BIOS is 2.0
XMP will set the speed voltage and timing to what the ram is rated to. Still wont post.

I read some one post the issue is with CR being 1T and it needs to go to 2T to support the higher speed. Cant find out where to set this.

Any advise on getting this up to 3200?

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There's currently no way to set the command rate, it seems to be an AMD feature due to the infinity fabric. For now, command rate will always be 1T. There were a few random bioses for the Crosshair VI Hero with a built in 2T command rate, but I don't think that helped any more people reach full memory speed, so take that with a grain of salt.

There's a few things you can try to get your ram to boot at higher speeds: Ryzen seems to like the CAS Latency (CL) in multiples of two, as my system is usually more stable if CL is an even number, so you can try that. Increase ram voltage. Loosen the ram timings. Try bumping up the SoC voltage.

Your ram is in A2 and B2 (or A1 and B1, I personally never saw the difference) right?
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