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post #42541 of 42799 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 11:11 AM
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I was having a lot of inestability in my Memory OC (Gskill Trident Z 3200 E-Die) and when I try to use the D.O.C.P profile, it never boots, yesterday, I try to use the D.O.C.P. Profile and set DRAMM Vboot to 1.35v and after that, all is working fine, no inestability, no boot problems, no shutdown problems and (for a stock speed processor) I think my latency is aceptable.

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post #42542 of 42799 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 12:32 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Sideways2k View Post
7201/7106 AGESA 1.0.0.2 but the trade off is all the bugs and C5 errors.


7304 is 1.0.0.3 less boost, but better memory support and no C5 errors and it actually cold boots.


Pick your poison
Hmm how severe is the bugs in 7201/7106, is it only errors on cold boots or on restarts also?
i run 4x SR b die so i don't really care about memory as long i can get it to 3500-3600 with fast timings, my usual workloads requires faster core frequency as it's not easy to split the workload when using tons of VST plugins, and layers in my audio worksuite.
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Hmm how severe is the bugs in 7201/7106, is it only errors on cold boots or on restarts also?
i run 4x SR b die so i don't really care about memory as long i can get it to 3500-3600 with fast timings, my usual workloads requires faster core frequency as it's not easy to split the workload when using tons of VST plugins, and layers in my audio worksuite.

It depends. I only got it on shutdowns, but others have it far worse. But memory stability is poor. I couldn't even disable geardown mode at 3200 on 7201/7106. So 3600 could be optimistic with that bios.


7304 fixes most of the issues, but expect a 50-100mhz drop in boost. I would personally use the newer bios, the issues with 7106/7201 way out weigh the loss of boost, a stable system is far more important than one that has fractions of a second higher boost. Oh and the bios menus are a mess on the older bios. Zen 2 currently is lacking on clock speed and has caused some controversy, but I hope with a few bios updates it will get better.



I'm hoping the 1.0.0.3ABB bios will be released this week too.

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where can i download 7304?
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where can i download 7304?

https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...e23#post779329

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c6h more tested version of 07 fix
7304/7303 just number diff, same base between the 2.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ugloppevh7...-7304.rar?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/f5llvy419j...-7303.rar?dl=0
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Finally got my 3900X and I am very suprised how easy the RAM OC was with 64GB. It is doing 3733 RAM rather easy with sync Infinity. Tested with 3 hours of Memtest and 4 Hours Prime95 (using 58 GB RAM).
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how much of a difference is there between the various board revisions? how many revisions were there?
I am speaking of actual changes to the onboard hardware, and not UEFI revisions.
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Yay, I finally have a 3900X on the way (upgrading from my 1700) for my C6H. What bios is most recommended at the moment? I am assuming the thing would be to flash to 7304 prior to swapping to the new CPU. I am currently running 7201. Hopefully I will finally also be able to get my Trident Z running at it's spec'ed 3600 CAS 16 or better settings.

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Yay, I finally have a 3900X on the way (upgrading from my 1700) for my C6H. What bios is most recommended at the moment? I am assuming the thing would be to flash to 7304 prior to swapping to the new CPU. I am currently running 7201. Hopefully I will finally also be able to get my Trident Z running at it's spec'ed 3600 CAS 16 or better settings.

Any other suggestions for things that will make the upgrade process smoother?
Try this one (is the new AGESA)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ugloppevh7...-7304.rar?dl=0

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