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post #44301 of 44795 (permalink) Old 02-10-2020, 09:30 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by janice1234 View Post
why?

btw, can anyone get IF stable at 1900MHz on C6H?

by stable, i mean the system at least can pass hci memtest 1000% and no intermittent hang or reboot.
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Increasing VSOC sometimes helps with random black screens / hangs at hight FCLK. Increasing SB voltage helps with those weird 150-200ms stutters some people are getting on high FCLK.
I run both at 1.12v for 3800MT/s

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If I set it to 100.2 my turbo is gone, it just stays at 3607MHz, no sleep either
I set 100.0 in the BIOS (7704) and boot to Windows where turbo and all that is verified working and then I change the bclk with TurboV Core. I don't know about sleep but turbo is still working after setting the bclk to 100.2 or more in the OS with TurboV Core.

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You know you can fix that by setting your bclk to Auto instead of 100MHz, right?
IIRC on Auto (100MHz) bclk = 99,98 MHz as seen by CPU-Z and it is also not available to change in TurboV Core

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And what other settings, none auto do you have?

I bios flashbacked to 7501 and now this is stable, so something is definitely changed in the 7704 bios that makes it less stable than older versions. Also tried changing PBO to +200 but it wont exceed 4200mhz, thought that would be possible on the 3600 with its low standard boost, R20 hits 3980-4000MHz and gets about 3600 points in R20 with these memory settings
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Increasing VSOC sometimes helps with random black screens / hangs at hight FCLK. Increasing SB voltage helps with those weird 150-200ms stutters some people are getting on high FCLK.
I run both at 1.12v for 3800MT/s
is SB voltage and vsoc the same? And do you run 7704 with 3800? My stability died with 7704 compared to previous

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Quote: Originally Posted by Mech0z View Post
is SB voltage and vsoc the same? And do you run 7704 with 3800? My stability died with 7704 compared to previous
I have not found any stability changes with 7704. I think south bridge voltage is called "1.05v SB" in the bios.

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To help settle any confusion on the Bclk topic (99.8 etc showing rather than 100).
This should clear things up once again. Simply trust what you enter into Bios.

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Quote: Originally Posted by cbjaust View Post
IIRC on Auto (100MHz) bclk = 99,98 MHz as seen by CPU-Z and it is also not available to change in TurboV Core
Well, I don't know what to tell you. On my computer it's an even 100MHz, and all my sensor data is in even 25MHz increments.

If setting it to Auto doesn't fix it for you, try also disabling Spread Spectrum.

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Hello, is that normal that I have 40°C in Idle and 77°C in Cinebench with the watercooling? Full EKWB with 1x 360XE and 1x 240XE, D5 pump, all in push-pull NF-F12 Industrial

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Hello, is that normal that I have 40°C in Idle and 77°C in Cinebench with the watercooling? Full EKWB with 1x 360XE and 1x 240XE, D5 pump, all in push-pull NF-F12 Industrial

3800x @ 4.4ghz @ 1.312V bios 7704

When I had 32°C Idle and 55°C Full load with the 1700x @ 3.925Ghz @ 1.35V
I think the sensors are placed differently in 3xxx series, plus you go from 14 to 7nm so the chip that produces the heat is much smaller meaning the heat generation area is much more concentrated making it harder to cool

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