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After several days of test, mainly with x265 encoding, I found out I was wrong by writing the 0902 requires less voltage.
I've faced black screen crashes again and again, while increasing step by step the voltage until its reaches the one I had with 0810.
The 0902 requires exactly the same voltage to make the CPU perfectly stable.

So, finally, I haven't found any improvement brought by the 0902 yet.
At least, it doesn't worsen anything, except the AMD CBS setting that are available only thank to Reous.

Same here. I need the exact same volts to run stable, not less.

I think the ones with that improvement hace chinese Ryzen? mine's from malay
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Thanks Reous, i flash it and all is working great with my hynix m-die single rank at 3200@16-16-16-36-75-1t:D

try to 16-18-18-18-38 (or 36 i dont remember)-56
and ajust your voltage i have same chip and i can run with this timmings at 3200
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I think the ones with that improvement hace chinese Ryzen? mine's from malay

The truth must be somewhere else because my 1700 is made in China.

Perhaps the bios 0902 makes a too low voltage a bit less unstable, but it is still unstable.
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The truth must be somewhere else because my 1700 is made in China.

Perhaps the bios 0902 makes a too low voltage a bit less unstable, but it is still unstable.

i can low my vCore 0.00625 (1 step) with perfect stable
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i can low my vCore 0.00625 (1 step) with perfect stable

With the same voltage gap, the one I had until another black screen less than one hour ago, I thought I was stable too, because it looked like it for several days.
As a black screen usually becomes from the CPU, most of the time when its core voltage is too low, I'm almost sure the required voltage is exactly the same with the 0902 than with any previous bios.
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try to 16-18-18-18-38 (or 36 i dont remember)-56
and ajust your voltage i have same chip and i can run with this timmings at 3200

Why?? if im stable with tight timings i dont see a reasoon to loose them.

1.395 mV for RAM
1.05 mV for SOC
Standby VDDP .94 mV
VDDP .95

16-16-16-36 all else in auto, (including PRODT and CR)
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Damn, another back screen...
I went back to 0810 to check if I get a new one, because I'm more and more suspicious about the 0902.
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Damn, another back screen...
I went back to 0810 to check if I get a new one, because I'm more and more suspicious about the 0902.

Im about to post that too xD

I went from 1.356 stable on 0810 to 1.369 to be stable on 0902 making deep testeing. (handbreak coding)rolleyes.gif

On the other side this bios let me tigh timings on RAM.
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Im about to post that too xD

I went from 1.356 stable on 0810 to 1.369 to be stable on 0902 making deep testeing. (handbreak coding)rolleyes.gif

On the other side this bios let me tigh timings on RAM.

My timings and DRAM frequency are the same with both bios.

I got the black screens while Handbrake was working under the 0902.
As Handbrake has a few days to work yet under the 0810 and the same settings, I'll know soon if the 0902 is implied in my stability issues.
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Did you try putting your SoC up a little - I did and black screens gone.

When I tried getting CPU faster, I noticed that at 4.025, 4.050, my benchmarks were slower than 4.0GHz...
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