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post #4751 of 6467 (permalink) Old 01-31-2019, 04:18 AM
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post #4752 of 6467 (permalink) Old 01-31-2019, 12:08 PM
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@kkrace , your CPU core voltage hits 2.35v and CPU+SOC power reaches 603 Watt. Is that normal? Isn't that way too much?
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@kkrace , your CPU core voltage hits 2.35v and CPU+SOC power reaches 603 Watt. Is that normal? Isn't that way too much?
it is probably HWInfo issue, I guess. I only set up the 1.1875v at Vcore voltage, and OC my CPU to 3.8G. the total power consumed is 150w. the temperature reached 55 degrees. I think it totally safe.


As before I use one set of b-die memory, only can reach to 3466 c14. but now with Hynix chip, it could run at 3600 without any issue.
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Quote: Originally Posted by kkrace View Post
it is probably HWInfo issue, I guess. I only set up the 1.1875v at Vcore voltage, and OC my CPU to 3.8G. the total power consumed is 150w. the temperature reached 55 degrees. I think it totally safe.


As before I use one set of b-die memory, only can reach to 3466 c14. but now with Hynix chip, it could run at 3600 without any issue.
Could you explain all configs and which memory?

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Could you explain all configs and which memory?

I am using the Kingston 2933 8gX2 kit. What I did is, tunning on the XMP profile first, the memory runs at 2933 C16, then I changed it to 18,22,22,42 and let rest of things as default. SOC voltage set to 1.1 with LL1 and memory voltage set to 1.36v.
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Quote: Originally Posted by kkrace View Post
it is probably HWInfo issue, I guess. I only set up the 1.1875v at Vcore voltage, and OC my CPU to 3.8G. the total power consumed is 150w. the temperature reached 55 degrees. I think it totally safe.


As before I use one set of b-die memory, only can reach to 3466 c14. but now with Hynix chip, it could run at 3600 without any issue.

Have you done any benchmarks between the 3600 cl 18, 22,22, etc hynix vs b-die 3466 14,14,14 etc? I am wondering if running the IF at higher speeds out weighs the higher latency. Just curious, congrats btw

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My problem with this ****ty board BIOS versions so far:

4.40: can't disable CSM (reverting back to enabled)
4.82A: can't control fan speed, cpu temp reads NA (changing fan speed settings makes it read again but doesnt affect fan speed, after restarting it goes back to NA)
5.10: random crashes in some games

all bios have problem with CSM and DP cable, sometimes they give black POST screen, re-flashing could fix it.

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Have you done any benchmarks between the 3600 cl 18, 22,22, etc hynix vs b-die 3466 14,14,14 etc? I am wondering if running the IF at higher speeds out weighs the higher latency. Just curious, congrats btw

edit:IF = Infinity Fabric

Yeah, it does affect the efficiency. At the same condition (CPU OC to 3.8G), the only difference is the memory speed, 3200 C16 vs 3600 c18. the cinebench r15 score is 1615 vs 1680.

but the soc power draw increase signification, 3200 only have 8~10w but 3600 comes with 20w.
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Hey! Now I call 3533mhz x370 Taichi stable
First no errors on 2 memory tests, any other config tested before throwed errors at least on 1 memory test.
Second no reboot when idle, and.
Eventually no problem when gaming until now!

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SOC 1.037v LLC5
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Hey guys, does someone know what´s up with this setting?

Advanced -> AMD CBS -> NBIO Common Options -> FAN Control -> FAN Table Control ?

I wanted to test this, but it seems that it doesn‘t do anything besides being there.
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