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post #31861 of 43393 (permalink) Old 12-21-2017, 09:58 PM
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Good to see mainly positive reactions on the new BIOS. Most of that credit should go to AMD. I do recall that P-state overclocking might work better on this one.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/mqcrxxqsyuc2uc6/ROG-CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-WIFI-AC-ASUS-3101.zip SHA256 48ac8b04a54eff6c0054ee5c737aa41ad52f8ce9c03366cfc440fd730ed0961c

http://www.mediafire.com/file/6iemigljciff0p0/ROG-CROSSHAIR-VI-EXTREME-ASUS-3101.zip SHA256 785c4b5352756c54aa68873f2bc1c90457d54d8692be74f95754721d657bc3d0

Its a good BIOS Elmor, thnx for that. Its much better than 3008 for me although i still can't find stability for 3466 MHz but i am still testing today.

System feels much smoother with this new BIOS and browsing is also faster? Idk how browsing can be affected by BIOS but its what i notice right of the bat.

No new updates for browser or Windows, just new BIOS flash and everything feels smoother is only crashes in Memtest86 unfortunately.

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The Asus Prime Pro x370 have beta bios with AGESA update? or with other improvements? Thanks!

Different team doing that board, there seems to be at 3504 coming soon with 1.1.0.0.

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Elmor,

PState is better on the Retail bios, or the current beta?

Probably 3101, still not perfect though.

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Please, and South bridge Spread Spectrum control.

This would be awesome.

Latest Bios works good here to.

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The last couple of weeks i m getting something very strange.I encode videos overnight and when everything is done the cpu doesn't return to idle state meaning Vcore and core voltage and cpu temp are stuck as if under stress and fans are stuck at max speed. This has been happening in both 9920 and 1701.I am using p state oc 3975 off 0.05.
Yesterday I forgot to press the button to start encoding and in the morning i found the cpu stack at idle state voltage,when i tried to stress it it didn't apply any vdrop and the encoding instead of been 2-3 fps was 0.04 so it was actually encoding but not in the full potential of the cpu.
At first i thought it was stressing the cpu that caused the issue but after yesterday I assume it just happens after some time.
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I m just wondering if anyone else is having this issue and what could cause it.

Just a bump and a conclusion,
It was the P-State OC causing the issue.
If i just enable pstates and leave them at auto it doesn't happen.

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Definitely BIOS 3101 works better than previous ones.
My previous 3200 timings were completely stable, and now I can get stable 3333mhz and even 3600 (if I put 1.46V on the ram, thing that I don't know if it's safe, can anyone tell me?).
But on 3466 seems to be a hole, can't get it to boot without BSOD or freeze even with 3600 timmings and vcore.

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Definitely BIOS 3101 works better than previous ones.
My previous 3200 timings were completely stable, and now I can get stable 3333mhz and even 3600 (if I put 1.46V on the ram, thing that I don't know if it's safe, can anyone tell me?).
But on 3466 seems to be a hole, can't get it to boot without BSOD or freeze even with 3600 timmings and vcore.

In general for both Samsung B-Die and Hynix I believe the maximum recommended is 1.5v (which is also the maximum voltage XMP certification allows) so you should be ok at 1.46v smile.gif I got mine at 3466 with CL15 timings at 1.45v currently
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How are you measuring this? Are you using a multimeter and then checking what HWinFO reports? Or are you going purely by what you've set in BIOS and then checking what HWinFO reports? My motherboard seems to droop up to 60mV when going from idle to load even with LLC3 and I'm wondering if this is sensor related.

Im going by the Good vrm sensor SVI2 TFN that reads actual voltage and is accurate. Gives good readout of what is going in to cpu. Motherboard sensors ?? Not been looking at those last few months they are useles for voltage readout. TOTALY USELES in my case just have em on HWinfo for fun biggrin.gif
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@elmor I had a play with new toy Yesterday and:
1. Flashed with no problems Flashback just to clear up as much of 1.0.7 as possible with batery out ect. Booted no problem
2. I'm sure it reboots faster than older bioses
3. Quick copy of my 100% stable setings from 3008 and they are working and seem to score MORE like everywhere.
4. Overclocked using Pstate as I'w been doing since ages no problems there downclocks ect. System feels somehow more responsive.

Bad bits ?? On this bios cant boot up with 3733 no matter what settings I'm using. But on the other hand only on 3008 it booted up and loaded in to windows. And thats about it.

Even my nr1 issu with C6H aka FANNNNN set itself up in a good way just after ONE round of auto fan setting in bios.


All in all for what I'd consider early beta bios this looks very VERY Promissing !!!


BTW any news on EC310 update ?? Dunno if i should play around and get EC312 flashed if nothing out and about.
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I JUST got my hands on a set of the new 3200 "Ryzen Specific" Samsung B TridentZ RGB. So far it's set D.O.C.P. standard, set a bunch of timings and PLL/CLOVDDP on it's own, and didn't do the 3 try fail-boot I'm used to with my 3600 RAM. running solid at 14-14-14-14-34-50 1T @ 1.35v. I'll be running tests over the next few days.

I'd like to get my hands on one of those but I'm waiting for samsungs 10nm DDR4 kits before next upgrade smile.gif
https://wccftech.com/samsung-2nd-gen-10-nm-dram-production/


Some of You can remember LEGENDARY Samsing GREEN kits smile.gif

https://www.kitguru.net/components/memory/zardon/samsung-green-ddr3-8gb-1600mhz-30nm-memory-review/

I picked those up slammed ebay alloy heatsinks on and had em running @ 2400mhz 11-11-11 for few eyars.
Hoping thhose 10nm ones will be as epic smile.gif
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Which bios is stable for Ram 3600Mhz? I tried here bios 1701 3008 3101 or even one of them does not work. Any advice and help would fit.

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in the AGESA 1.1.0.0 code I found many new technologies

such as XFR 2.0 with options : Socket PPT Limit , TDC_VDDCR_VDD, TDC_VDDCR_SOC, EDC_VDDCR_VDD, EDC_VDDCR_SOC

Intelligent Overclocking Scalar Control

and support for overclocking the RAM to 4 GHz, guaranteed frequencies will increase by 2 steps. A lot of attention is paid to the frequency of 3733

The rest of the functions so far I will keep in secret smile.gif

Good to know that biggrin.gif
THX, and thanks for great Soft wink.gif

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