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post #5591 of 10464 (permalink) Old 03-06-2019, 06:28 PM
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Same with me on all my C7H boards. Plug a USB stick into the front USB ports where the combo mouse/keyboard micro receiver resides and I kill the mouse and keyboard from responding.
You too eh Keith? I thought I was the only one with this poblem. I've tried all the different drivers for the ports, but nothing seems to make a difference....

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Okay solution time.So after bashing my head, i did the most basic thing reflashed bios once to gain access to bios, then i applied my setting.After which i changed the csm setting under boot and disabled it completely.No more b4 code issue
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I'd like to ask a question regarding 3d benchmarks. Now my overclock is constant or manual. 4.285mhz at 1.365v. Stable through any bench. Id did a good Timespy run a couple weeks ago.

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/5965452

Unfortunetaly I cannot do the same again. Mostly it falls below 15k and if lucky jyst over 15k.

What is the best power management and other settings to use when running 3d benchmarks with ryzen?

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I'd like to ask a question regarding 3d benchmarks. Now my overclock is constant or manual. 4.285mhz at 1.365v. Stable through any bench. Id did a good Timespy run a couple weeks ago.

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/5965452

Unfortunetaly I cannot do the same again. Mostly it falls below 15k and if lucky jyst over 15k.

What is the best power management and other settings to use when running 3d benchmarks with ryzen?

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The thing that immediately comes to mind is temps.

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The thing that immediately comes to mind is temps.
Temps are okay.... cpu max at 69 to 70c during physics test and gpu highest is 40 to 41c as it has a Nzxt Kraken G12 with Corsair H110 cw fitted. So I doubt temps is an issue.

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Temps are okay.... cpu max at 69 to 70c during physics test and gpu highest is 40 to 41c as it has a Nzxt Kraken G12 with Corsair H110 cw fitted. So I doubt temps is an issue.

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Kraken is a solid AIO. However, I think your temps are the issue as you may be expecting too much from your AIO. Your system is expelling heat and your ambient temp increases because of it. So try later after opening a window to allow that temp to decrease to its normal state. A custom loop would likely allow a couple more runs at it but I wouldn't expect much more from that either as the same rule applies for Custom as it ddoes custom. The main differences being the cold plate of the custom allows for better cooling over the AIO.

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Kraken is a solid AIO. However, I think your temps are the issue as you may be expecting too much from your AIO. Your system is expelling heat and your ambient temp increases because of it. So try later after opening a window to allow that temp to decrease to its normal state. A custom loop would likely allow a couple more runs at it but I wouldn't expect much more from that either as the same rule applies for Custom as it ddoes custom. The main differences being the cold plate of the custom allows for better cooling over the AIO.

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Thank Ceaderman, we've had abnormally cooler days for the end of summer here in Cape Town, South Africa which is why I tested the runs. At present CPU max 69 when running Time Spy Physics. Yesterday I even dropped half of the rad for the Corsair H110 into an ice bucket resulting in max 36c on the gpu during bench. This in itself should mean that the gpu should not downclock by much during the run. I actually saw the clocks can stay as is untill 40c. But TDP limit might also be an issue even though I am using the 380watt bios on the GPU.

Sorry for bringing this in here as it is basically a combination of gpu, cpu and mobo. At present I'm running tests with performance bias to see the impact. First run with CB11 performance bias gave me 15132 https://www.3dmark.com/spy/6517372 with gpu temps maxing out at 41C so not too bad.
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I'd like to ask a question regarding 3d benchmarks. Now my overclock is constant or manual. 4.285mhz at 1.365v. Stable through any bench. Id did a good Timespy run a couple weeks ago.

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/5965452

Unfortunetaly I cannot do the same again. Mostly it falls below 15k and if lucky jyst over 15k.

What is the best power management and other settings to use when running 3d benchmarks with ryzen?

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the problem you are experiencing is a windows 10 update KB4482887 it's a security patch, after this patch my 3DMark scores went down just like yours. I ended up uninstalling the patch and going back to a previous graphics driver.

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