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The P-States are still bugged.
I tried to set all of them with VIDs, but the result was the same than before: only the P1 and P2 are applied outside the bios.
Do I went back to my previous P-States settings, by setting only P0 FID and a CPU offset in AI Tweaker, which works fine.

If the P-States got no improvement, the required CPU voltage got a big one: about 0.025 V less is needed to be stable at each frequency.
This is almost enough to increase the frequency by 50 MHz while keeping the same voltage.

I did'nt play with the RAM yet, but this CPU voltage improvement is already awesome.

EDIT: I tried again to stabilize my RAM at 3333 Mhz but it still looks like an unreachable goal.
The IMC of my 1700 are too lazy to work fine above 3200 MHz.
Edited by Lermite - 9/21/17 at 10:08am
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Yes, first time I'm able to keep under 1.4v with 40.25 multi and be all stable, have to use Llc5 though. AGESA 1.0.0.6b is also on the way up, first time manged to BOOT and run W10 at 3066MHz on my Kingston 3000 RAM but it's not all stable as normal 2933. It even booted with 3200MHz but only to be greeted by GSOD in W10.
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post #203 of 530
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Originally Posted by Lermite View Post

The P-States are still bugged.
I tried to set all of them with VIDs, but the result was the same than before: only the P1 and P2 are applied outside the bios.
Do I went back to my previous P-States settings, by setting only P0 FID and a CPU offset in AI Tweaker, which works fine.

Is the P-States got no improvement, the required CPU voltage got a big one: about 0.025 V less is needed to be stable at each frequency.
This is almost enough to increase the frequency by 50 MHz while keeping the same voltage.

I did'nt play with the RAM yet, but this CPU voltage improvement is already awesome.
So although it's not bricking the board any more - it's still not working right!
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post #204 of 530
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Thank you so much Reous!

I used to mess around with bioses, and I have been having a look but I can't be using the right tools - I can't even see the hidden CBS items in AMIBCP. It is some time since I did this so I figure I've just forgotten something important! Could you point me in right direction, to a guide and the correct tools for our bios please? I've been using AMIBCP5.x.x


In my Hardwareluxx Thread is a BIOS Modding Tutorial with pictures. I think with google translate it is possible for you to understand it.
You have to use different tools to see or edit the CBS file.
post #205 of 530
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In my Hardwareluxx Thread is a BIOS Modding Tutorial with pictures. I think with google translate it is possible for you to understand it.
You have to use different tools to see or edit the CBS file.
Ah ha! I knew I'd forgotten something! Thank you!
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DeepL usually provides better translations than Google: https://www.deepl.com/translator
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In my Hardwareluxx Thread is a BIOS Modding Tutorial with pictures. I think with google translate it is possible for you to understand it.
You have to use different tools to see or edit the CBS file.
Thanks again for doing this for us! Nice to be back to a normal bios!
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post #208 of 530
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If the P-States got no improvement, the required CPU voltage got a big one: about 0.025 V less is needed to be stable at each frequency.
This is almost enough to increase the frequency by 50 MHz while keeping the same voltage.

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.
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post #209 of 530
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
post #210 of 530
Is there any chance of a modded version of the latest X370 Strix BIOS with the CBS menu enabled again? I don't really need anything moving around just the CBS enabled and/or the stuff AMD themselves unlocked in the previous release.
Edited by st0neh - 9/21/17 at 10:27am
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