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post #11421 of 11852 (permalink) Old 05-29-2020, 02:08 AM
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I haven't used sleep on this board for some time because when the displays sleep, they come back with all the windows re-sized and not where they were before.

I use hybrid sleep/hibernate which seems to work fine....

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Holy Moley!

There's a NEW file on our Product Page!

Version - 2020/05/20 479.09 KBytes

Armoury Crate Installer
Note: Left double-click to run the ArmouryCrateInstallTool .exe file after download and unzip the “ArmouryCrateInstallTool.zip” file. The .exe file will install Armoury Crate app automatically.


They removed the bugged out useless installer from the 'Utils' section quietly replacing it with it's very own section at the bottom. I have to say AISuite is a DREAM compared to the last version of this they posted, which was bugged more than you can imagine, installed LOADS of crap services, and didn't even really work with our boards at all.

I'll not be the rushing to try this release out. Once burned and all that....

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I believe that Windows own Balanced powerplan in Windows 2004 is now the best, best performance anyway compared to 1usmus, Ryzen Balanced and the computerbase community plan 1004B. Windows powerplan gives 100p more in Cinebench R20 than the others and also feels more responsive.

I have also activated Hardware accelerated Scheduling, for now only supported on Intel IGP and Nvidia, with Nvidia using the Developer driver 450.99. It doesn't affect CPU benchmarks, but the desktop feels more smooth, in particular browsers.

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1904 - top

2004 - bottom

exactly the same configuration/services/priorities/cooling/ambient/windows power plan etc. Literally an Apples to Apples comparison of the same computer a few days apart...
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Could some voltage settings, perhaps combined with lower ambient temperature, cause instability?

Lately, once every few weeks I find my system, which stays on 24/7, has become unresponsive or rebooted overnight. The wireless keyboard and mouse can't connect to the receiver, and there is no SSH response from another computer. System logs show no errors or crashes. It seems to happen at the coldest time of the night/early morning, around 6-8am, with the system idle, though not sure if that's coincidence.

Most settings are on Auto, with just the following voltages changed manually:

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CPU Core Voltage [Offset mode]
CPU Offset Mode Sign [-]
- CPU Core Voltage Offset [0.06875]
CPU SOC Voltage [Manual mode]
- VDDSOC Voltage Override [1.00000]
DRAM Voltage [1.35000]
1.8V PLL Voltage [1.80000]
1.05V SB Voltage [1.05000]
I'm thinking of reverting to Auto one by one (except for DRAM voltage of course) until the instability ceases, though it's difficult to test since it happens very infrequently. The CPU undervolting is the most meaningful change to me, with the purpose of having as quiet a computer as possible by keeping heat down.
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Could some voltage settings, perhaps combined with lower ambient temperature, cause instability?

Lately, once every few weeks I find my system, which stays on 24/7, has become unresponsive or rebooted overnight. The wireless keyboard and mouse can't connect to the receiver, and there is no SSH response from another computer. System logs show no errors or crashes. It seems to happen at the coldest time of the night/early morning, around 6-8am, with the system idle, though not sure if that's coincidence.

Most settings are on Auto, with just the following voltages changed manually:

I'm thinking of reverting to Auto one by one (except for DRAM voltage of course) until the instability ceases, though it's difficult to test since it happens very infrequently. The CPU undervolting is the most meaningful change to me, with the purpose of having as quiet a computer as possible by keeping heat down.
This sounds like the lightest loads at the highest frequency isn't getting enough voltage. That happens to me and the temp does contribute to that as it tries to boost higher when cooler.

What you can do instead of only undervolting as much is coupling it with a reduced PPT.

Edit:
I initially said to reduce EDC (which you can), but I meant PPT.

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I have yet to try to get the highest Single Core Scores, but give me a minute and I will send you what I have.

Regarding the CCX Bloatware, whats awesome about it is you don't have to use it to set your CCX at boot. You can literally use it over and over to change your clocks on the fly. And its much better than Ryzen Master because it doesn't set other settings in your BIOS, it leaves you BIOS completely alone, and you can try changing your CCX Clocks on the Fly until you find what is right, and can completely close it once you set you clocks. (In fact, it doesn't stay open, because you change the clocks in the settings.csv file, then you launch set.exe, it literally opens for less then 3 seconds, it changes your clocks then closes, so its awesome to just change your clocks and your voltage on the fly -if voltage is set to auto in the bios.)

Also, you don't have to even technically have to Per CCX OC, you can set all CCX to the Same Clock, and just allcore OC, completely up to you.

Anyways, let me see if I can dig up my latest Benchmark run with CPUz.
May you send tool please?
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Quote: Originally Posted by oreonutz View Post
I have yet to try to get the highest Single Core Scores, but give me a minute and I will send you what I have.

Regarding the CCX Bloatware, whats awesome about it is you don't have to use it to set your CCX at boot. You can literally use it over and over to change your clocks on the fly. And its much better than Ryzen Master because it doesn't set other settings in your BIOS, it leaves you BIOS completely alone, and you can try changing your CCX Clocks on the Fly until you find what is right, and can completely close it once you set you clocks. (In fact, it doesn't stay open, because you change the clocks in the settings.csv file, then you launch set.exe, it literally opens for less then 3 seconds, it changes your clocks then closes, so its awesome to just change your clocks and your voltage on the fly -if voltage is set to auto in the bios.)

Also, you don't have to even technically have to Per CCX OC, you can set all CCX to the Same Clock, and just allcore OC, completely up to you.

Anyways, let me see if I can dig up my latest Benchmark run with CPUz.
May you please send tool? Thanks!
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