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post #1581 of 2021
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post

Is it me or did they make it harder to find the section in the BIOS that allowed you to manually set fan settings regarding Duty etc, where is it on this board? was easy to find on my last Asus board lol.
On the Monitor page scroll down to Q-Fan Configuration. (Click to show)
In the top level of this section you will find CPU_FAN (CPU_OPT uses same config), W_PUMP and stock VRM fan profile (COV Fan). (Click to show)

Chassis Fan(s) Configuration contains CHA_FAN1, CHA_FAN2 and H_AMP. (Click to show)
Ext. Fan(s) Configuration contains the addon board for fan headers if you use/need. (Click to show)

Edited by gupsterg - 11/10/17 at 4:20pm
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post #1582 of 2021
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Nobody to help me on that one?

The people with much better scores on that benchmark are running in NUMA mode. By default you are in UMA mode.



That's in UMA mode. Pretty close to your scores. In NUMA mode I'm able to get over 100GB/s in both read and write and like 98MB/s in copy. Basically your scores are fine. smile.gif
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post #1583 of 2021
What are the LLC Settings on the Zenith that i should be looking for a Quick - High Overclock Cinebench Run? Ty
post #1584 of 2021
Just wondering what voltage are people OC'ed at 4.0 Ghz running? I was wondering if my 1.35v is too much for that overclock?
post #1585 of 2021
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Just wondering what voltage are people OC'ed at 4.0 Ghz running? I was wondering if my 1.35v is too much for that overclock?
I think from what I understood around depends a lot on the motherboard...Asus board has apparently issues with LLc/Vdroop, so as long as You stay within Amds recommended 1.35 you should be fine and have the CPU healthy....I think its a bios software side issue and not a VRM thing..so You maybe wanna check if there is going to be any bios updates if u can get the voltages even lower lower......I think You might get better OC with same or lower Voltage if they improve the BIOS architecture
post #1586 of 2021
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Asus board has apparently issues with LLc/Vdroop, so as long as You stay within Amds recommended 1.35 you should be fine and have the CPU healthy....I think its a bios software side issue and not a VRM thing..so You maybe wanna check if there is going to be any bios updates if u can get the voltages even lower lower......I think You might get better OC with same or lower Voltage if they improve the BIOS architecture

AFAIK there is nothing wrong with LLC/VDROOP on the ZE. It seems as it was on C6H. There are share's from The Stilt/Raja@ASUS on LLC in OP of my Ryzen Essential thread.

When I was testing loading differing number of cores on ZE with StatusCore, it will give what is set in VBIOS, with say 1 core under load. As more cores are loaded the voltage will lower. Which I believe is load line effect and down to the looser AMD spec, but IMO this is so when the CPU goes to no load we may not see greater overshoots of VCORE.
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AFAIK there is nothing wrong with LLC/VDROOP on the ZE. It seems as it was on C6H. There are share's from The Stilt/Raja@ASUS on LLC in OP of my Ryzen Essential thread.

When I was testing loading differing number of cores on ZE with StatusCore, it will give what is set in VBIOS, with say 1 core under load. As more cores are loaded the voltage will lower. Which I believe is load line effect and down to the looser AMD spec, but IMO this is so when the CPU goes to no load we may not see greater overshoots of VCORE.

What LLC setting did you opt for??.......thx for the link...interesting to see stilt and raja using different approach, ... good to see Rajas detailed overshoot readings..
Edited by Aby67 - 11/11/17 at 1:18am
post #1588 of 2021
Currently I'm on LLC 5, though thinking of reducing that to 2 and increasing VID to 1.275v for 3.9GHz.
    
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post #1589 of 2021
Thanks bud,right in front of me !
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Is it me or did they make it harder to find the section in the BIOS that allowed you to manually set fan settings regarding Duty etc, where is it on this board? was easy to find on my last Asus board lol.
On the Monitor page scroll down to Q-Fan Configuration. (Click to show)
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post #1590 of 2021
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What LLC setting did you opt for??.......thx for the link...interesting to see stilt and raja using different approach, ... good to see Rajas detailed overshoot readings..

NP smile.gif .

I use [Auto] on ZE/C6H for OC use for a daily use context. When I did some HWBot subs for R7/C6H I used LLC3, I have not found the time to do so with TR/ZE.

I do not think The Stilt's/Raja's approach/advise is differing greatly. The bottom line is both advise set correct VID needed to sustain an OC, both advise against high LLC.

IMO The Stilt's advise of using [Auto] (ie AMD Spec) I believe is on the basis of best case for normal OC use. IMO Raja's advise of LLC1/2 on C6H is in a way to guide/appease a purchaser of ASUS product. In that they may not think the board is unable to give closer match of VCORE when under load. What I also understand is higher leakage CPUs will have higher load line effect. So the under/overshoot could vary more vs looking at say one set of sample data. Both have given very good advice and have great experience to give it.

Prior to editing your post I read you were after ripple information. I can not provide that, nor do I have the equipment or knowledge/experience to use it. From a post by Raja in the C6H thread, it seems to me this is no easy task.
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