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post #41431 of 41800 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 04:30 PM
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Something is weird here, I have 1.35V set for CPU in bios but according to Ryzen Master its reading 1.49-1.5ish. But in CPU-Z its reading 1.33-1.35ish.
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3000 series has been worse than the first series

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post #41433 of 41800 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 04:40 PM
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What I did at the very start for the basic DDR4-3200 settings:

1. Enable DDR boot-up voltage to the voltage I need at the very least to ensure stability (1.38v)
2. Enable GearDownMode and PowerDownMode in DRAM Timings section (without GearDownMode, I couldn't tighten timings or run above DDR4-3200). Saved profile at this point to a USB.
3. Manually input timings, just ran the 'safe' timings from DRAM calculator. Saved profile which will serve as my base.
4. Overclocked and tuned timings. Reload safe profile whenever necessary.

Hey dude, cheers for that. Worked for me!

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post #41434 of 41800 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 05:01 PM
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3000 series has been worse than the first series
Hahaha I don't know about that.

Remember when you couldn't find motherboards for months? C6H launched with a brickable BIOS. Memory speeds over 3000MHz just wasn't happening unless if you had Samsung B-Die (and even then that might not save you). Probably other issues I'm forgetting as well as well
Definitely had its fair share of early adopter headaches.

I haven't really looked much into the current motherboards but Zen 2 launch definitely looks like a more stable. Us people sticking to their X370 or other boards from the 1000 series chips are just experiencing some backwards compatibility issues.
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post #41435 of 41800 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 05:29 PM
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Hey dude, cheers for that. Worked for me!
after apply the boot voltage, can i know how you change the memory frequency and timing, at amd cbs or extreme tweaker?

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post #41436 of 41800 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 05:59 PM
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I was just coming to post about this. I set 1.3v in the bios but its still going as high as 1.49!

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Quote: Originally Posted by dev1ance View Post
What I did at the very start for the basic DDR4-3200 settings:

1. Enable DDR boot-up voltage to the voltage I need at the very least to ensure stability (1.38v)
2. Enable GearDownMode and PowerDownMode in DRAM Timings section (without GearDownMode, I couldn't tighten timings or run above DDR4-3200). Saved profile at this point to a USB.
3. Manually input timings, just ran the 'safe' timings from DRAM calculator. Saved profile which will serve as my base.
4. Overclocked and tuned timings. Reload safe profile whenever necessary.
HEY! I set a higher than usual DRAM Boot Voltage and now the C5 issue is gone! I'm a happy camper! Thanks for the tip!
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https://www.asus.com/sg/Motherboards.../HelpDesk_CPU/

Finally see the 3800X on the list, hopefully the new bios for 1.0.0.3 will be coming soon.
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Quote: Originally Posted by KWSW View Post
https://www.asus.com/sg/Motherboards.../HelpDesk_CPU/

Finally see the 3800X on the list, hopefully the new bios for 1.0.0.3 will be coming soon.
Nice, also listed for the Wifi version.
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Anyone seen a new beta bios floating around that might fix the 07 code? Ill try it out!

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