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post #43511 of 43566 (permalink) Old 11-09-2019, 01:45 AM
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Guys, can anyone tell me what setting in bios is responsible for dropping CPU frequencies in idle?
I had it working prior to bios update. But now, it`s always 4200 GHz. Even if system is idle.
Right now I have DOCP enabled. PBO and Core Enchantment disabled. Manually set CPU voltages and 42 ratio.
And rest, is pretty much on auto (except memory settings).


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Even after upgrading to 3700x CPU, for whatever reason, AUTO overclock setting yield poor results. Cores under load don`t go beyond 4.05 GHz.

While system sets rather high voltages.

Manually though, i managed to get working on 1,245v and 4200Ghz stable from the start. And i intend to keep playing with voltages and frequency more.
1usmus power plan does nothing to improve boosts, but gets CPU hotter, for sure.
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post #43512 of 43566 (permalink) Old 11-09-2019, 02:10 AM
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7601 is good

Guys 7601 best bios of 1. generation ryzen on x370
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post #43513 of 43566 (permalink) Old 11-09-2019, 02:11 AM
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Where can I find the option for memory page size?
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post #43514 of 43566 (permalink) Old 11-09-2019, 02:15 AM
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can somebody give me the set he has done to Asus Rog Crosshair VI Hero 3700χ Ι 3800Χ ?
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Guys 7601 best bios of 1. generation ryzen on x370
what makes it better than 7201 or older BIOSes ? I have 2700X

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Where can I find the option for memory page size?

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Can confirm with the new bios update AND 1usmus custom power plan my Ryzen 7 3700X is behaving like the CPU I paid for. With all things set to auto, I was seeing 4.395GHz on 2 cores and seeing a all core OC of about 4.1 to 4.2GHz. My Cinebench 20 score was 4781 which isn't groundbreaking but its the highest I've seen to date. Its amazing that this 2 year old board is still having room to stretch and provide same performance as its X570 counterparts.

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what makes it better than 7201 or older BIOSes ? I have 2700X
Ryzen 5 2600X OC Level 2 PE+ LLC LVL3 + b-die 3466 @cl14.


Guys I cant say what happened but Intercore Bandwith droped from 53 GB/s to 47 GB/s with BIOS 7601 while at start everything was fine.


I made a couple of tests in different days it seems BIOS ver. 7601 Inter-Core Bandwith is not stable for Ryzen 2000 series in SiSoftware benchmarks. And it varies a lot in my system from 45 GB/s till 53 GB/s which is a very big spread.

EDIT (more testing done, now in games)

But it is more stable in games like CoD MW where it provides for +5 FPS more and it more stable FPS comparison to 6401.

So i am a bit confused for now.

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post #43520 of 43566 (permalink) Old 11-09-2019, 03:44 PM
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7601 BIOS

Updated today to 7601 from 7403. Seems good, now it can do 3800.

Spoiler!

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