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post #761 of 3267 (permalink) Old 09-28-2017, 01:13 PM
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AFAIK, 4K performance aren't great on Ryzen either. Possibly, some kind of limitation within the chipsets storage interface. However, good to know that on DIMM.2 performance get a good 5-10% increase, I'll probably go RAID 0 with 2x 960EVO 250 GB, as one seems to be fast, yeah, but not with enough storage space.

No, the boost is from being 1TB and not 512GB.
Both of mine (960 Pro 512GB and 960 Evo 1TB) are on the DIMM.2 card.
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post #762 of 3267 (permalink) Old 09-28-2017, 03:17 PM - Thread Starter
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post #763 of 3267 (permalink) Old 09-28-2017, 04:05 PM
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Hey there everybody. I've been lurking around for about a week after finishing by Treadripper build using the Asus Zenith Extreme motherboard. I was able to get everything working on Bios 503. Even my ram ran at the 3200mhz rated speed.

The only problem I had was my Temps (Tdie) were very high while idle 37-47F as reported by HWiNFO64 and also ryzen master utility, temps were high while having everything at stock speed and defaults settings, also my vcore was very high 1.356v to 1.500v and this is while having everything on default on the Bios. When I decided to overclocked my 1950x to 4.0Ghz using .200v offset my idle temps came down to 26-31F System was stable on everything but Prime95 will crash after exactly 9Mins with Temps arround 53-57F also my voltages were more under control.

I decided to update the Bios to Version 603 and return everything to stock. I'm still experiencing the same issues with high idle temps and extremely very high voltages same as Bios 503.

Is this a bug on the Bios or is Asus Intentionally setting these crazy voltages? How can I keep the vcore under control without starving my cpu?

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Look at the option "Core performance boost" in BIOS. Turning off that option lowers my temps a lot.
It shuts off cores not needed and raises clock on used cores. When more cores are used it lowers clock to compensate.
So at load your temps should be the same but idle might be high.

At least thats how i understand it. smile.gif
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post #764 of 3267 (permalink) Old 09-28-2017, 04:44 PM
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Here is my Samsung 960 Evo 1tb, Dimm.2 Slot 1



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Asus is just slow to update their list the 1900x does work with the Zenith. I guess Asus just likes to lose customers.... 


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Is there any indication of the AGESA 1.0.0.6c update coming to Zenith? Or is that Ryzen specific rather than ThreadRipper?

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Is there any indication of the AGESA 1.0.0.6c update coming to Zenith? Or is that Ryzen specific rather than ThreadRipper?

Ryzen 3/5/7 only. Threadripper does not run on the same agesa code.
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Ryzen 3/5/7 only. Threadripper does not run on the same agesa code.
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I'm getting really terrible speeds with my 960 Pro 2TB on the motherboard:




960 Pro 2TB connected to M.2:

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