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post #41901 of 43073 (permalink) Old 07-19-2019, 11:51 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by datspike View Post
3800C14 with tight subtimings @ 1.52v
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That's very impressive datspike.
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post #41902 of 43073 (permalink) Old 07-19-2019, 01:02 PM
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Best BIOS for 1st gen?

Hey, I'm replacing my C6H/1700 setup with an X570 board and 3700X while I use the old stuff to upgrade my home server (my original plan was to buy a cheap B450 board for the server and move the 1700 to that while putting the 3700X in the C6H, but I'm getting a bit impatient with the reported issues getting 3rd gen processors to run on the C6H and would rather just spend extra to get something that ought to at least POST now).

I skipped several of the BIOS revisions for the C6H, so I'm wondering if there's some generally accepted "best"/"most stable" BIOS for 1st gen parts that I should reflash the board with before I put it in my server and hopefully not think about it again for a good long while. Maybe the last BIOS before they started fiddling with things for 3rd gen processors (6401?)? Thanks.
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Hey, I'm replacing my C6H/1700 setup with an X570 board and 3700X while I use the old stuff to upgrade my home server (my original plan was to buy a cheap B450 board for the server and move the 1700 to that while putting the 3700X in the C6H, but I'm getting a bit impatient with the reported issues getting 3rd gen processors to run on the C6H and would rather just spend extra to get something that ought to at least POST now).

I skipped several of the BIOS revisions for the C6H, so I'm wondering if there's some generally accepted "best"/"most stable" BIOS for 1st gen parts that I should reflash the board with before I put it in my server and hopefully not think about it again for a good long while. Maybe the last BIOS before they started fiddling with things for 3rd gen processors (6401?)? Thanks.
Yes ometoch, that's the BIOS that I was using with my 1700x before upgrading. It seemed to offer the best performance and stability for 1st Gen Ryzen.
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post #41904 of 43073 (permalink) Old 07-19-2019, 01:26 PM
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Well just install the 3700X on my Crosshair VI Extreme X370 without cero issues. I was able to overclock my memory 4 modules of 8GB from 3200mhz all the way up to 3720mhz with no problem. So keep your Crosshair VI Extreme boards is working just fine on Ryzen 3000
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Is this OK for R5 3600 @ 4033MHz all core fix + 3200C14 B-Die RAM DOCP? I found 77 ns latency quite high. Am l doing something wrong in BIOS?
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has anyone gotten a normal CH6 board working with 3700X yet?
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post #41907 of 43073 (permalink) Old 07-19-2019, 04:43 PM
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has anyone gotten a normal CH6 board working with 3700X yet?
Yes. Some people have no problems with the Hero at all, others are having no luck at all. Seems to be a roll of the dice at the moment.

The Extreme seems to be consistently working, though.

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post #41908 of 43073 (permalink) Old 07-19-2019, 04:45 PM
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Yes. Some people have no problems with the Hero at all, others are having no luck at all. Seems to be a roll of the dice at the moment.

The Extreme seems to be consistently working, though.
Yeah will be interesting to see what asus says it is. If they say... Seems so random on who works and who doesnt.

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My personal limited testing with various RAM and the C6H BIOS 7106 shows

1. Hynix C die - no problems with POST and can overclock
2. Hynix A die - no problems with POST and can overclock
3. Samsung B die - no problems with POST and can overclock
4. Samsung E die - 1 stick OK, 2 sticks = C5 error (argh!)
5. Micron ?B die - mostly no problems with POST and can overclock, occasional C5 error

So if you ever run into problems with present early Matisse BIOS, consider trying another make of RAM or wait till better BIOS versions come along. Just assess wallet size meanwhile to decide which path to take.

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hey guys, are you able to help OC my ram? I have a G SKill trident 3200mhz, when I tried to increase it with DOCP with 3600MHZ it freezes on games.

Is there a guide on how to OC the memory properly? Not sure if its Bdie?
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