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post #24581 of 40834 (permalink) Old 07-27-2017, 05:09 AM
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So i tested TPU II ,but its not doing nothing special from what i saw,in my case he put x38.25 for CPU and vcore to 1.3v.
Maybe he change also some values what i can't see.But when i saw x38.25 at 1.3v i said *** for x39 i need 1.4V with LLC3.
Now i have 15H of p95 at 3.9Ghz with less voltage and without LLC.
Also under External DIGI+ everything is default,i do believe that changing something here actually will hurt the OC.

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Got my GSkill Trident Z 3600Mhz kit today. Got them running at 3333 using Stilt's B-die fast profile. No issues so far. Cold boot bug is still there though (because of course it is)
So i'm officially stumped. I have no idea what could possibly be causing it. It was stopping at q-code 55 this morning, even after I reset the cmos.
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Got my GSkill Trident Z 3600Mhz kit today. Got them running at 3333 using Stilt's B-die fast profile. No issues so far. Cold boot bug is still there though (because of course it is)
So i'm officially stumped. I have no idea what could possibly be causing it. It was stopping at q-code 55 this morning, even after I reset the cmos.
Go for 3466 it may be easy for you with that ram.
Cold boot bug i had and i will have forever,i doubt that will be fixed,i saw this problem long time ago for asus,others boards suffer the same.But i use this bug to make believe my child think that the PC is broken,so far so good:)
Assuming that you used the correct slots,and you load presets profiles you dram boot and dram volts are 1.4V,tests on the other 2 slots and see if 55 persist.
But at 2133Mhz(default settings) you have this 55 code?

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Hey guys,

Has anyone ever had their BIOS show the Motherboard Temperature really high.. as in really high.. It shows mine whenever I gonto it at like 127 degrees?! mad.gif
Is this a common bug because I'm on the offical latest 1403 bios and I've been upgrading to each one when new and it hasn't been fixed to show the right one.

Is there a fix for this?
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Top 10 HOF, Ryzen represent biggrin.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/12293759
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that's a very good 1080Ti! thumb.gif
so.. to get an even higher score, you should lock the gpu clocks in P0, if you are not doing this already here's how:

open MSI Abeta (use version 4.3.0)
set the clock and power offsets
place you mouse in the graph window click once, then hit "ctrl-F"
in the new window, select the freq point that corresponds to the voltage the card is running at (run MK11 once and look at the sensor window in gpuZ or AB) - one click on that point
Hit "ctrl-L", a dotted yellow line will drop to the x-axis
Click "Apply" in the main AB window.
The card is not locked in P0 state and the clocks will hold solid (except for thermal clock bin drops - this is why temp is sooo critical with Pascal)
run MK11 (or any bench this way)

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I just did two failed IBT AVX runs at 4.0 and 3.975 GHz, then repeated a successful run of 30 loops at 3.95 GHz using a step lower Vcore. Current settings:

Vcore +0.075 V offset LLC0
SOC 1.05 V LLC0
VRAM 1.4 V
VDDP 0.96 V (not CLPO)
ProcODT 53 Ohm

Maximum fan-speed of my AIO is 1430 rpm. I hit Tctl max = 93°C during the ITB AVX 12600 run.

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I tried to lower Vcore by one step (0.06x), but that failed the IBT AVX loops. So Vcore is back up and I will try a bit more memory OC (3466-C14 failed with 9920 already).

Cold-boots were all successful since updating to 9920.

Cold boot issue for me also has not occured on 9920, as it uses same extra posting method like the test UEFI Elmor gave to try.

Yesterday I even had erratic fails on 3333MHz Fast, on the 1800X redface.gif .

Mine basically sucks IMO. Just gonna try The Stilt's 9920-SP42M to see if this 1800X will start behaving. I'll try a VDDP increase like your setup.

Truly wanted this to beat the R7 1700, but it isn't IMO. 3.9GHz is pants IMO taking into consideration premium for this CPU vs R7 1700. Like that it "divider jumps" for RAM without CLDO_VDDP tweak, but not really a reason to keep if it's not as stable as my other CPU.

I also lapped my other HS today biggrin.gif. So plan to use that with R7 1700.
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OCN bench threads:

https://www.overclock.net/t/1518806/firestrike-ultra-top-30/0_20
https://www.overclock.net/t/1443196/firestrike-extreme-top-30
https://www.overclock.net/t/1464813/3d-mark-11-extreme-top-30
https://www.overclock.net/t/872945/top-30-3d-mark-13-fire-strike-scores-in-crossfire-sli
https://www.overclock.net/t/1235557/official-top-30-heaven-benchmark-4-0-scores
https://www.overclock.net/t/1360884/official-top-30-unigine-valley-benchmark-1-0
https://www.overclock.net/t/1361939/top-30-3dmark11-scores-for-single-dual-tri-quad
https://www.overclock.net/t/1406832/single-gpu-firestrike-top-30
https://www.overclock.net/t/1606006/3dmark-time-spy-benchmark-top-30/0_20

superpositon:
https://www.overclock.net/t/1627767/top-30-unigine-superposition-benchmark/0_20

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Mine basically sucks IMO. Just gonna try The Stilt's 9920-SP42M to see if this 1800X will start behaving. I'll tryDDP increase like your setup.
For me it is a decrease. Earlier BIOS versions set VDDP below 0.9 V on Auto, now it's around 1 V on Auto. No idea what VDDP does after CLDO_VDDP was introduced, but 0.96 V worked well for me before that.
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Truly wanted this to beat the R7 1700, but it isn't IMO. 3.9GHz is pants IMO taking into consideration premium for this CPU vs R7 1700.
Could be that while it doesn't clock higher for CPU it might work better for combined CPU + memory OC? Or it only is better for CPU oc without memory OC? No idea since I went straight for the 1800X to be on the "safe" side.
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Like that it "divider jumps" for RAM without CLDO_VDDP tweak, but not really a reason to keep if it's not as stable as my other CPU.
This changed with 9920 for me (different default CLDO_VDDP on Auto?), so it might not be the CPU but just the new BIOS.

I am currently in loop 12 of testing 3963 + 3366-C14 (around 190 gflops), using the same voltages as before.
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