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post #3101 of 3255 (permalink) Old 02-07-2019, 01:46 AM
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post #3102 of 3255 (permalink) Old 02-11-2019, 01:19 AM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by Keith Myers View Post
I don't see any link for the 1601 BIOS on the first page. Only seen mention of the 001 BIOS that has some sort of WMI implementation. Anywho . . . . does anyone with the ZE and the 1601 BIOS want to test the new asus-wmi-sensors kernel mode driver in Linux?? There is a new driver that replaces the defunct it87 driver that fully supports ASUS WMI BIOS' and reports all of the sensors just like it does for monitoring programs like SIV or HwInfo64. Tested so far on the C6H, C7H and C7H WiFi boards and the developer I'm sure would like a report from a ZE owner with the latest WMI implementation. Here is the link to the developer repository. I and a few other C7H owners are using it and it works great. Nice to have all the fans, temps and voltages available.

https://github.com/electrified/asus-wmi-sensors
I have not updated OP for a while, but it most definitely has link to Elmor's modded 1601 with WMI , it's the very 1st UEFI in the UEFI spoiler .

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Guppp i need help lol.. well anyone really.. so i finally cracked down and got a vega.. the 64 lc edition.. well actually i got two lol.. and i having stability issues... think i need to hook up with pcie power molex on the board?

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nevermind gup.. i looked around online and found mixed info and said ehh screw it and plugged it in.. wont hurt anything having it plugged in... thanks anyways bud!!!.. hope all is well with you and the other guys bro!!
Sorry chap was taking a break from OCN. Using the molex won't hurt. Sorta wouldn't have thought it would have helped either as it's just 2 GPUs, not really pushing them and VEGA doesn't draw much from PCI-E slot at all to need extra juice to them.

Gotta agree with other's comment the rig looks menacingly good .
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How's the reliability on the updated Alpha board? Did they increase VRM capacity?

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How's the reliability on the updated Alpha board? Did they increase VRM capacity?

Double the amount of VRM components, 16x IR3555.
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How's the reliability on the updated Alpha board? Did they increase VRM capacity?

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Double the amount of VRM components, 16x IR3555.
SOC phase count went to 4 as well with IR3555 vs CSD97374M on ZE.

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Does anybody turn off MI Skew on the Threadripper motherboards? Can you believe Tdie temps if everything is on Auto? I wonder if my reported Tdie temp of 68° C. under 3/4 full core loading can be believed. I still run all cores at north of 4.1Ghz. But the air coming through the radiator is room temperature like it is not pulling any heat out of the IHS. The duplicate separate custom loop for a 2080 and 1080Ti definitely has hot air coming through the radiator and is warmer than the room ambient. I realize the wattage being dissipated in the separate gpu loop is at least double the cpu loop, but I wonder if the cpu loop is performing properly. When I unload the cpu, the Tdie temp rapidly drop into the low 40's. Someone on another OCN forum suggested going with liquid metal TIM for the IHS and cpu block cold plate. But I wonder if my temps are to be believed. My cpu loop temperature is 32°C. under load.

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I always set Sense Mi Skew as [Disabled] regardless if use C6H/C7H/ZE.

Originally C6H UEFIs used to have [Auto] default to [Enabled] this would cause unrealistic temperatures for me. They did make [Auto] default to [Disabled] later on. Also if Sense Mi Skew was [Enabled] or [Auto] defaulted to [Enabled] and PLL was not 1.8V, tCTL/tDIE was affected and not realistic.

So I just got into a habit of manually always setting it as [Disabled] regardless of AM4/sTR4.

P95 v28.10b1 & v29.4b8 1950X using PState 0: 3.9GHz VID: 1.312V LLC: [Auto], room ambient ~23C.

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[email protected] needed bump in VID to 1.318V, room ambient ~23C.

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Thanks for the spoilers gupsterg. Interesting to see your Tdie temps at 68° C. also with P95 loading. It almost seems to me that the TR and the XFR2 and PBO boost mechanisms default just to running the cpu right up to the 68° C. Tjunction point no matter what and whatever clocks you get depends on the ability to keep shedding heat load at 68° C. I wonder if it is possible to get any lower Tdie temps at full load with extreme cooling or would the temp just go to 68° C. no matter what with extreme clocks achieved.

I guess a test would be to disable XFR2 and PBO and lock all cores at a fixed multiplier of say 38 and see if the temps drop below 68° C. or still go to the set Tjunction temp.

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NP , anytime for you Keith .

I don't have gen 2 TR, but do have some test data on 2700X, only CPU on a 360mm slim rad, DDC pump ~20%, room ambient ~13C.

PE: Default PBO: Enabled, it starts off close to 4.2 - 4.23GHz ACB, after 18min the average all core frequency is not vastly different than say air cooler at higher room ambient.

WC Setup

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At the time I did not check air cooler in same fashion so compare the average CPU MHz of WC which has length with below.

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If I introduced a minor negative VCORE offset, the air cooler setup can get with ~5MHz averaged all cores boost as WC setup.

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How does your 2920X respond to negative VCORE offset?
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