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post #40421 of 40638 (permalink) Old 04-24-2019, 02:39 PM
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AGESA 0070 was the release for the C6H
Update AGESA 0070 for the upcoming processors and improve CPU compatibility.
AGESA 0072 is an addition to that and improve RAM compatibility for the C6H

The C6E skipped 0070 for whatever reason so I would say its safe to assume that yes it does, but would be nice to have confirmation.
0070 introduces support for Ryzen 3xxx. There were inter-CCX latency problems with 0070. 0072 improves things. I understand there's yet another AGESA working its way through - 1.0.0.0

On CH7, 0070 also screwed up a few of our Ram OCs, 0072 improved that a bit too.

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Quote: Originally Posted by crakej View Post
0070 introduces support for Ryzen 3xxx. There were inter-CCX latency problems with 0070. 0072 improves things. I understand there's yet another AGESA working its way through - 1.0.0.0

On CH7, 0070 also screwed up a few of our Ram OCs, 0072 improved that a bit too.
my RAM oc went out the window with 0072 still tweaking now. seems what was stable on 1.0.0.6 is not stable on 0072

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my RAM oc went out the window with 0072 still tweaking now. seems what was stable on 1.0.0.6 is not stable on 0072
Well, dont know if ill update then...is it worth?

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Well, dont know if ill update then...is it worth?
at the moment im struggling to get my ram stable at 3200mhz which worked at 16-16-16-38-75 1.4v on agesa 1.0.0.6

seems that the ram voltage supply for the board is drooping quite a bit, I set 1.4v in the bios and min is 1.325 > max 1.375v that is new in 0072 I set to 1.425 to offset and it gives me 1.395v the voltage seems a lot more sensitive for RAM now, I've never had so many BSOD in 1 day, think I'm up to 20, All RAM related. Checked RAM at stock and its fine.

Is it worth it, I haven't decided yet as the CPU OC requires less voltage than 1.0.0.6 agesa so cooler running,

Its late here now so Ill try again tomorrow, if still the same after another day of tweaking ill roll back to 6401.

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How is everyone else getting on, any success with the C6E and 6903 BIOS ?
No problems here with 6903, running all the same settings as 6401.

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My board was unstable with 3200 MHz on 6903. I went back to 6401. It seems to be more stable. Don't know the exact issues though.

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No problems here with 6903, running all the same settings as 6401.
Do you have Samsung IC?




Quote: Originally Posted by hvora70 View Post
My board was unstable with 3200 MHz on 6903. I went back to 6401. It seems to be more stable. Don't know the exact issues though.
Do you have Hynix IC ? Im on Hynix and 4x8Gb sticks



Just out of curiosity I left my timing on auto at 3200 and they have really slackened and have defaulted to 16-22-22-22-53-75-1T will test for stability and try and tighten up

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Do you have Hynix IC ? Im on Hynix and 4x8Gb sticks

I have Samsung B-Die currently, but even those were giving issues on 6903. To be safe I went back to 6401.


My earlier Hynix AFR (A-die) would not stay stable at anything above 2133 MHz and I must have tried so many combinations. This was before the 2XVega64 were installed and the subsequent overheating issues also. The Hynix would not work at the rated 3000MHz even on 6401.

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Quote: Originally Posted by SaLSouL View Post
Do you have Samsung IC?
Yep, B die.

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Yep, B die.
seems with every passing BIOS for this board that the compatibility and stability slider is moving away from Hynix


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