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post #7051 of 7415 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 06:27 PM
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So when use userbenchmark, I noticed @ 32mb that there is a bit of a hill there. Is this considered normal?

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18290829
Yep - I have 16GB, have the same 'hill' as you starting just after 8GB... https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/16682359

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Quote: Originally Posted by crakej View Post
Yep - I have 16GB, have the same 'hill' as you starting just after 8GB... https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/16682359
Well, not really the hill but the "bump" where it then curves down after 32mb.
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Does anyone use the DRAM Training Control After Training? It doesn't seem to work on 2406.

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Same thing on 2304. Am I doing something wrong? Are they supposed to be hex values?
I do. They're supposed to be hex values. Most work, some don't. For whatever reason, these timings (tCL, tRCWR/RD, tRP, tRAS, tRC, and tWR, ProcODT, MemFreq) don't take hold, but the rest do. I'd take a a few printscreens, but I'm not sure how to do so from within the BIOS. I leave the most of the actual DRAM menu on Auto now with those exceptions above as it fills correctly from the training menu. [EDIT=Figured it out]
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Also, for those who keep experiencing multiple motherboard resets after a cold boot (supposedly memory training) enabling everything within
the MBIST test menu and selecting Data Eye prevents that. 1st bootup always works, and I've found it prevents POST-to-POST memory errors - when it's stable one POST, but unstable on another. Enabling that fixed that annoyance for me.
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I do. They're supposed to be hex values. Most work, some don't. For whatever reason, these timings (tCL, tRCWR/RD, tRP, tRAS, tRC, and tWR, ProcODT, MemFreq) don't take hold, but the rest do. I'd take a a few printscreens, but I'm not sure how to do so from within the BIOS. I leave the most of the actual DRAM menu on Auto now with those exceptions above as it fills correctly from the training menu. [EDIT=Figured it out]
Spoiler!




Also, for those who keep experiencing multiple motherboard resets after a cold boot (supposedly memory training) enabling everything within
the MBIST test menu and selecting Data Eye prevents that. 1st bootup always works, and I've found it prevents POST-to-POST memory errors - when it's stable one POST, but unstable on another. Enabling that fixed that annoyance for me.
Spoiler!

Ok, setting everything in MBIST did NOT actually set things for me. And what are the hex values for After Training?

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Do you need to drain the caps and remove the CMOS battery before using bios flashback?
Sorry just now checked the forum again and saw your question. No that is not a requirement at all. That is just recommended when trying to clear out corruption from the UEFI, 99 percent of the time though you are just trying a different UEFI, not trying to fix corruption, and in those cases draining the caps or removing the CMOS battery is not necessary.

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How are idle temps looking for you guys? My cpu just shipped won’t be here until next week but I see people are idling at 50C is this normal or is it monitoring temps causing it?


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I was idling at around 50C but tweaked my watercooling setup and now idling at around 40C, tops out after a 30 min Aida64 stress test at 77C based on a case ambient of 34C. That's with watercooling with pump on max, low noise fans on 90% on a 240mm rad.


Have to be super careful when monitoring idle temps as you can cause it to start boosting the cores, Ryzen master doesn't seem to trigger the boost as much so I am using that for idle temps. Load temps are not as hard to measure.

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Ok, setting everything in MBIST did actually set things for me. And what are the hex values for After Training?
Just the usual hex values which will correspond to real numbers. Ignore the 'h' on the end for dropdown lists.
e.g '0Eh' in a dropdown box refers to 14. Just remove the h.

Hexs start from 0 count up to 9 like normal numbers, before becoming letters. They go up to 'F' before resetting back to zero. Think of A,B,C,D,E,F as 10,11,12,13,14,15 'normal' numbers. Then they roll over and start again. e.g after F --> 10, 11, 12, 13 etc.
'10' = 16.

It's easier to visualize on this this hex sheet. Just match the number you're after 'DEC' to the corresponding 'HEX' value. https://ascii.cl/conversion.htm

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How are idle temps looking for you guys? My cpu just shipped won’t be here until next week but I see people are idling at 50C is this normal or is it monitoring temps causing it?


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My 3700x boosts if I even move the mouse. If I dont do anything then it settles around 35C, otherwise it goes up to 50C. With corsair h150i pro.
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