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post #10331 of 10447 (permalink) Old 12-02-2019, 02:37 PM
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Didn't someone like the The Stilt say the 1.0.0.4 AGESA wasn't anything special and that the SMU was the same or basically the same?
i think he did mention something in these lines in a reddit post i saw a few days ago yeah, it was regarding whether 3950 would work without it.

to be honest im not expecting anything spectacular its just on principle im disappointed, i asked if they plan to offer, when would that be and if they would consider the lack of it being a valid reason for me to RMA the board
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Didn't someone like the The Stilt say the 1.0.0.4 AGESA wasn't anything special and that the SMU was the same or basically the same?
https://www.notebookcheck.net/Latest....440380.0.html nothing special but i still want it, 300 eur premium board experience should not be this

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https://www.notebookcheck.net/Latest....440380.0.html nothing special but i still want it, 300 eur premium board experience should not be this

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post #10334 of 10447 (permalink) Old 12-02-2019, 09:56 PM
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Guys, I got a 3900x on a CH VII non-wifi. Latest BIOS 2901.

Settings on Level 4 (OC). PBO on manual +200.

Voltage on auto.

I'm getting 1.48v on Ryzen Master, single core load.

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Guys, I got a 3900x on a CH VII non-wifi. Latest BIOS 2901.

Settings on Level 4 (OC). PBO on manual +200.

Voltage on auto.

I'm getting 1.48v on Ryzen Master, single core load.

What am I doing wrong?
nothing, 1.50v spike is normal, use hwinfo last beta to monitor voltages

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Guys, I got a 3900x on a CH VII non-wifi. Latest BIOS 2901.

Settings on Level 4 (OC). PBO on manual +200.

Voltage on auto.

I'm getting 1.48v on Ryzen Master, single core load.

What am I doing wrong?
L4 shows very little if any performance improvement to me nothing like the Zen+ behavior on L4 or L3. PBO also shows little improvement when on.

Voltage being on auto and bursting 1.5V single supposedly is fine but i prefer a small offset since i will hit the same boosts single on 1.47V or 1.45V for example.

One thing i noticed from your printscreen is i think you dont have C-States enabled because you have Peak Core V=Average core V. Although i ve seen a few crashes with C-States enabled i use it, i think it all runs cooler with it on
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Quote: Originally Posted by speedgoat View Post
L4 shows very little if any performance improvement to me nothing like the Zen+ behavior on L4 or L3. PBO also shows little improvement when on.

Voltage being on auto and bursting 1.5V single supposedly is fine but i prefer a small offset since i will hit the same boosts single on 1.47V or 1.45V for example.

One thing i noticed from your printscreen is i think you dont have C-States enabled because you have Peak Core V=Average core V. Although i ve seen a few crashes with C-States enabled i use it, i think it all runs cooler with it on
to work as 1usmus states all c states should be enabled, total new platform, i never used c states before :-) but it boosts as should
have you tried 1usmus power plan and recomendations?

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to work as 1usmus states all c states should be enabled, total new platform, i never used c states before :-) but it boosts as should
have you tried 1usmus power plan and recomendations?
in my case the plan defo works better in SC boost, the 2nd version of it especially the "universal" because the 1st one also increased boost but didn't allow the cores to drop to 2200MHz on idle, or in anycase this is how Hwinfo displayed them.

But in general the bios optimizations he suggested for the plan they all improved my system
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in my case the plan defo works better in SC boost, the 2nd version of it especially the "universal" because the 1st one also increased boost but didn't allow the cores to drop to 2200MHz on idle, or in anycase this is how Hwinfo displayed them.

But in general the bios optimizations he suggested for the plan they all improved my system
the universal is for 3000 series the other is for 2000 series, i think mine dont go that low as welçl ( hwinfo also) but keep working better than amd latest balanced plan included in chipset drivers 1.11.22.454 and the boost is great allmost all cores 4400+ some 4450

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the universal is for 3000 series the other is for 2000 series
i didnt know that i thought both were for 3000 series.

im getting regularly 4.600 MHz on my best 2 cores, and all of them always over 4.500 even at 1.45V max so the plan defo improved my system
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