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post #1901 of 2422
Hey here is Samsung E Die Dual rank running cas 15/1t @ 3466, key is to set the cad stuff as per the process 1usmus (all linked in the PSA post in my sig) and also going too high with VSSOC will cause your computer to be unstable, period. Enjoy!

post #1902 of 2422
For anyone who is looking for the latest Aura software and OLED Firmware, check the downloads in the OP here:http://www.overclock.net/t/1642825/asus-x399-the-rog-zenith-extreme-a-complaint-bug-tracking-thread

This may fix temp misreads, not sure but this has been the case historically.
post #1903 of 2422
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Originally Posted by keng View Post

Hey here is Samsung E Die Dual rank running cas 15/1t @ 3466, key is to set the cad stuff as per the process 1usmus (all linked in the PSA post in my sig) and also going too high with VSSOC will cause your computer to be unstable, period. Enjoy!
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Can you upload that as PNG or JPG at least. Downloading and XM-S-BMP image is not fun.

I'm running E-Die so I'm interested in this.
    
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post #1904 of 2422
Redoing my memory OC on 0804 beta to see if there are any improvements. So far I got 3200MHz with SOC=1000mV and 3466MHz with SOC=1025mV, both with ProcODT=60Ω. Stability test is HCI MemTest Pro, 31 instances, 400MB per instance (I only got 16GB), 2000% coverage. Rolling on E-Die too.
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post #1905 of 2422
@Bartouille - What are the rest of the settings you have for the RAM and voltages? Cause.. maybe this weekend il get the nerve to try 0804 again and see if I can boot without BSOD or insta-resets right away. Also if its possible for you to test.. see if 3333 15-15-15-35-50 2T @ 1.351 with VDDSOC around 1.1 works.. cause thats what im currently running at with 0801.

Id be interested to see if you go 3 days with moderate to heavy use without issues with 0804.
post #1906 of 2422
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@Bartouille - What are the rest of the settings you have for the RAM and voltages? Cause.. maybe this weekend il get the nerve to try 0804 again and see if I can boot without BSOD or insta-resets right away. Also if its possible for you to test.. see if 3333 15-15-15-35-50 2T @ 1.351 with VDDSOC around 1.1 works.. cause thats what im currently running at with 0801.

Id be interested to see if you go 3 days with moderate to heavy use without issues with 0804.

Haven't had any problems with 0804 thus far. Never had any problems with 0801 or 0701 either. Right now I'm just shooting for the highest possible frequency. I can't get 3600MHz stable no matter what I do, however 3466MHz is rock solid, so I'm playing with BCLK to get something between 3466MHz and 3600MHz. smile.gif As you can see my settings are pretty basic. I'm willing to bet 3333MHz with your timings would run fine since I was running 3466MHz C14 at 1.4v on 0701.
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Stress test: HCI MemTest Pro (31 instances, 400MB per instance, 2000% coverage)
BIOS version: 0804 Beta

CPU Core Ratio: 36.00
CPU Core Voltage: 1.20000
DRAM AB Voltage: 1.40000
DRAM CD Voltage: 1.40000
DRAM VBoot Voltage AB: 1.40000
DRAM VBoot Voltage CD: 1.40000

3200MHz (100.0*32.00)
[ATTEMPT #1 - PASS]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.00000
ProcODT: 60Ω

3333MHz (100.0*33.33)
[ATTEMPT #1 - PASS]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.00000
ProcODT: 60Ω

3466MHz (100.0*34.66)
[ATTEMPT #1 - FAIL (froze)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.00000
ProcODT: 60Ω

[ATTEMPT #2 - PASS]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.02500
ProcODT: 60Ω

3500MHz (101.0*34.66)
[ATTEMPT #1 - FAIL (froze)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.02500
ProcODT: 60Ω

[ATTEMPT #2 - PASS]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.05000
ProcODT: 60Ω

3600MHz (100.0*36.00)
[ATTEMPT #1 - FAIL (boot failure)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.02500
ProcODT: 60Ω

[ATTEMPT #2 - FAIL (errors detected)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.05000
ProcODT: 60Ω

[ATTEMPT #3 - FAIL (froze)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.05000
ProcODT: 60Ω
Gear Down Mode: Disabled
Cmd2T: 2T

[ATTEMPT #4 - FAIL (froze)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.07500
ProcODT: 60Ω
Gear Down Mode: Disabled
Cmd2T: 2T

[ATTEMPT #5 - FAIL (froze)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.10000
ProcODT: 60Ω
Gear Down Mode: Disabled
Cmd2T: 2T

[ATTEMPT #6 - FAIL (errors detected)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.11250
ProcODT: 60Ω
Gear Down Mode: Disabled
Cmd2T: 2T

[ATTEMPT #7 - FAIL (errors detected)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.11250
CLDO_VDDP voltage: 980
ProcODT: 60Ω
Gear Down Mode: Disabled
Cmd2T: 2T

(btw core voltage is pretty high for given frequency but it's just to get the CPU out of the equation)
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post #1907 of 2422
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Haven't had any problems with 0804 thus far. Never had any problems with 0801 or 0701 either. Right now I'm just shooting for the highest possible frequency. I can't get 3600MHz stable no matter what I do, however 3466MHz is rock solid, so I'm playing with BCLK to get something between 3466MHz and 3600MHz. smile.gif As you can see my settings are pretty basic. I'm willing to bet 3333MHz with your timings would run fine since I was running 3466MHz C14 at 1.4v on 0701.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Stress test: HCI MemTest Pro (31 instances, 400MB per instance, 2000% coverage)
BIOS version: 0804 Beta

CPU Core Ratio: 36.00
CPU Core Voltage: 1.20000
DRAM AB Voltage: 1.40000
DRAM CD Voltage: 1.40000
DRAM VBoot Voltage AB: 1.40000
DRAM VBoot Voltage CD: 1.40000

3200MHz (100.0*32.00)
[ATTEMPT #1 - PASS]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.00000
ProcODT: 60Ω

3333MHz (100.0*33.33)
[ATTEMPT #1 - PASS]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.00000
ProcODT: 60Ω

3466MHz (100.0*34.66)
[ATTEMPT #1 - FAIL (froze)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.00000
ProcODT: 60Ω

[ATTEMPT #2 - PASS]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.02500
ProcODT: 60Ω

3500MHz (101.0*34.66)
[ATTEMPT #1 - FAIL (froze)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.02500
ProcODT: 60Ω

[ATTEMPT #2 - PASS]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.05000
ProcODT: 60Ω

3600MHz (100.0*36.00)
[ATTEMPT #1 - FAIL (boot failure)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.02500
ProcODT: 60Ω

[ATTEMPT #2 - FAIL (errors detected)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.05000
ProcODT: 60Ω

[ATTEMPT #3 - FAIL (froze)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.05000
ProcODT: 60Ω
Gear Down Mode: Disabled
Cmd2T: 2T

[ATTEMPT #4 - FAIL (froze)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.07500
ProcODT: 60Ω
Gear Down Mode: Disabled
Cmd2T: 2T

[ATTEMPT #5 - FAIL (froze)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.10000
ProcODT: 60Ω
Gear Down Mode: Disabled
Cmd2T: 2T

[ATTEMPT #6 - FAIL (errors detected)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.11250
ProcODT: 60Ω
Gear Down Mode: Disabled
Cmd2T: 2T

[ATTEMPT #7 - FAIL (errors detected)]
CPU SOC Voltage: 1.11250
CLDO_VDDP voltage: 980
ProcODT: 60Ω
Gear Down Mode: Disabled
Cmd2T: 2T

(btw core voltage is pretty high for given frequency but it's just to get the CPU out of the equation)

Cool, thanks for the info. If i can go about a week and a half without issues, i might then try 3466 again and adjust things more to match yours and see if 3466 is then stable long term. Before when it would reset/bsod intermittently.. i guess its possible a slight timing or voltage mismatch on it. Il give 3333 a few more days, hitting 4.5 days now so far so good, il give it more time then tweak with it.

Thanks.
post #1908 of 2422
all this talk of something higher than 3200 makes me wish there was ANY sort of actual overclocking higher than what DOCP/XMP profiles are set to for this board.
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post #1909 of 2422
Well yea, sadly it seems the actual DOCP settings dont seem to work right "out of the box" for most people. Doing manual setting of the RAM along with the timings and voltages, leaving the DOCP off, setting it to manual and leaving BLCK at 100.00 has been more successful than using the preset DOCP stuff. Lame for sure.
post #1910 of 2422
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Been away for ~week+, just updated OP today and caught up with thread smile.gif .

For me UEFI 801-SP42M by The Stilt has been sweet so far smile.gif . I have had zero issues of posting at 3333MHz Fast, which had been an issue with ASUS UEFIs, not tested 0007/804 yet. Stability again seems sound. I have yet to rerun P95 (which had an error before, I have tweaked setup again so will rerun). RB Stress mode I have ran 3x of 2hrs runs and all well, then done ~24hrs each of f@h/Bionic without issue. Memtest/Y-Cruncher was not an issue before but will be retesting as well.
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Where i can find on the Zenith BIOS the Options to Disable Cores and Dies? Thanks.
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Looks like Downcore Control is Disabled on the Zenith Extreme, another unexpected surprise.

Messing around with Ryzen Master i was able to somehow (can't replicate it anymore) Enable a [4+0] Config that was boosting a lot my 'Gaming Benchmark's. Can't get it to work again. Tried changing it manually on the ZE BIOS and for no one's surprise, another feature Disabled.

I am not sure what ASUS is thinking. This Board wasn't a cheap acquisition for many people. Even claiming that it was 'Similar' to Rampage VI Extreme. But the Rampage gets all the love and the Zenith fades into oblivion.

What a buyer's remorse.

This has been working for a fair while, I have added section in OP how to play with setting.
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For anyone who is looking for the latest Aura software and OLED Firmware, check the downloads in the OP here:http://www.overclock.net/t/1642825/asus-x399-the-rog-zenith-extreme-a-complaint-bug-tracking-thread

This may fix temp misreads, not sure but this has been the case historically.

The OLED FW is same as we have had for months linked in OP. I recall people were updating UEFI and not the FW and getting temp issues. When both were done all was fine. AURA I've only used once to set RGB on 1st install of mobo and never again. Ai Suite is something I have never needed. Tempted to test LiveDash as don't know what this is. Probably something I don't need, as usual before installing SW like this I'll image my OS and revert back if needed smile.gif .

TBH ASUS bundled SW I never really ever used, for me I get/want ASUS for the HW.
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