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post #9631 of 9638 (permalink) Old 11-03-2019, 02:51 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by opethdisciple View Post
That's odd to still have these issues with a 3000 series chip after so many years of updates.

You should be good at 3200MHz at those timings.

1. Make sure your on the latest BIOS.
2. You could try increasing the amount of retries the mobo will make to train the memory. I think default is 3. Increase it to say 6.
How can I increase the number of retries?

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Are you using the VRM spread spectrum off profile? I stopped using it because I think it caused the same blue moon idle bsods.
I had VRM Spread Spectrum disabled since ocing my 1700x back when i bought the board.

Changing PCI-e power management in windows power options did nothing, but it seems that changing the VRM options in BIOS had helped (from optimized phase controls back to default/normal and spread spectrum from "off" to "on").
Not sure yet, if this really solved the problem, as only 2 days have passed since I changed those settings and some times it can take 3-4 days until I encounter the next BSOD.

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Do we have the last three options in the BIOS?

* CPPC Preferred Cores = Enabled
* AMD Cool'n'Quiet = Enabled
* PPC Adjustment = PState 0

Beside these 3 settings I tried this on my 3600 and found 0 difference
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Do we have the last three options in the BIOS?

* CPPC Preferred Cores = Enabled
* AMD Cool'n'Quiet = Enabled
* PPC Adjustment = PState 0

Beside these 3 settings I tried this on my 3600 and found 0 difference
Methinks it is for AGESA 1004.

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In latest bioses for Asus boards (1.0.0.4B on X570 boards) CPPC switch is present at last, Cool&Quiet is there also (under different name) but PPC Adjustment is not there still. I guess it will trickle down to X370 too in a few days.
According to 1usmus it is not really needed.
Anyway boosting behavior on 1.0.0.4 is broken again anyway - I can't get 3900X to boost above 4.5Ghz at all regardless of whether PBO is disabled or enabled, even on a clean system without any apps that would impact XFR algorithm.
At least per CCX overclocking is present so I got CCX0 to 4.6Ghz, CCX1 to 4.5Ghz and CCX2-3 to 4.4Ghz (bye bye Ryzen Master and setting clocks on every boot and standby). Voltage is FIT compatible at 1.47V. With good cooling (in games only, no rendering and no Prime95 AVX2 at all) I have a perfectly stable CPU with temps below 80C. I only wish they would include "per CCX" voltage regulation, but beggars can't be choosers I guess...

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Quote: Originally Posted by mat9v View Post
In latest bioses for Asus boards (1.0.0.4B on X570 boards) CPPC switch is present at last, Cool&Quiet is there also (under different name) but PPC Adjustment is not there still. I guess it will trickle down to X370 too in a few days.
According to 1usmus it is not really needed.
Anyway boosting behavior on 1.0.0.4 is broken again anyway - I can't get 3900X to boost above 4.5Ghz at all regardless of whether PBO is disabled or enabled, even on a clean system without any apps that would impact XFR algorithm.
At least per CCX overclocking is present so I got CCX0 to 4.6Ghz, CCX1 to 4.5Ghz and CCX2-3 to 4.4Ghz (bye bye Ryzen Master and setting clocks on every boot and standby). Voltage is FIT compatible at 1.47V. With good cooling (in games only, no rendering and no Prime95 AVX2 at all) I have a perfectly stable CPU with temps below 80C. I only wish they would include "per CCX" voltage regulation, but beggars can't be choosers I guess...
Guess I will have to wait for 1004 For my BIOS for that 1usmus PP to work as right now it has opposite effect although CPCC Preferred cores, C&Q and PPC adjustment are not visible. I'm still getting better performance even with AMD Ryzen Balanced PP I customized.

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If anyone is thinking about playing Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC I can confirm that it works fine on x370 PRO as the reddit thread suggests. Not had a single crash or fail to open the launcher.

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