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post #31 of 83 (permalink) Old 11-09-2018, 12:37 AM
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Can someone try to Enable Dr. Debug LED in Southbridge in BIOS if you are getting any (error) codes?
I have X470 Taichi with P1.50 Bios, 2700X and 2x 8GB 3200MHz C14 G.Skill, and even with Cleared CMOS and stock RAM settings (2133MHz) when I enable Dr. Debug LED, I am getting code 24 or 40. Even when I tried different RAM kit, or different ram slots, I am still getting that code when I enable that LED. Is something wrong with my MB, or is it normal? Thanks for good soul that would try it and answer my question.

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Hi did anyone here manage to get all 4 dimm slots occupied (32 gigs of ram) with DDR4 speeds around 3400 (maybe a little less or higher) with around a cas latency of maybe 14 (maybe a little less or higher)?


I currently have a corsair kit with samsung b die, it's an RGB non pro kit, and I can only run DDR4 3000 @ 14 cas, was hoping to get a different kit with different RGB (maybe corsair RGB Pro) or G Skill so I can run around DDR4 3400 @ 15, preferably lower with all 4 dimm slots occupied for 32 gigs of ram.


Can anyone help me out?


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Hey guys, are you interested for a new beta bios I´ve got from asrock? It´s version is P1.53 and fixes the offset bug and provides (me) better memory support.
In addition to that, PBO clocks now 200MHz higher at the same voltages.
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Quote: Originally Posted by detrophy View Post
Hey guys, are you interested for a new beta bios I´ve got from asrock? It´s version is P1.53 and fixes the offset bug and provides (me) better memory support.
In addition to that, PBO clocks now 200MHz higher at the same voltages.
I would definitely be interested. Is this for the Taichi Ultimate?

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Hey guys, are you interested for a new beta bios I´ve got from asrock? It´s version is P1.53 and fixes the offset bug and provides (me) better memory support.
In addition to that, PBO clocks now 200MHz higher at the same voltages.
Absolutely. Just getting to the point where I am ready to set mine up for the first time. Had it over a month and still have not got to it yet. Soon though.

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Hey guys, sorry for the delay.

This is the BIOS, which I'm using right now.
If proof is needed, I can provide it.

EDIT: Somehow, I can't upload any files. So a droplr link then. This is for the Taichi Ultimate.
https://d.pr/f/Sgh6c1

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Quote: Originally Posted by detrophy View Post
Hey guys, sorry for the delay.

This is the BIOS, which I'm using right now.
If proof is needed, I can provide it.

EDIT: Somehow, I can't upload any files. So a droplr link then. This is for the Taichi Ultimate.
https://d.pr/f/Sgh6c1
Got it thanks! I'm not seeing any difference in the temp readings though over 1.50. Tctl is still 10 degrees higher than Tdie in HWInfo. Are you seeing the same?

EDIT: Sorry, I misunderstood when you said they fixed the offset. I thought it was the temp offset. I believe you meant the ram voltage offset.
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No, I meant the VCore offset while using PBO. There was a bug that reset the offset always to -0.1V, even if you set the offset to +0.1V.

TCtl is always +10°C on Ryzen 2xxx. This value is used by motherboard vendors to control the fans. This is intended.
You can read a bit about it here: https://community.amd.com/community/...mmunity-update

Tdie is the actual temperature of your CPU.
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Recently I build a new pc with the following parts: Ryzen , asrock Taichi X470(using 1.52 bios beta version) , G.Skill Flare X 16GB 3200 14CLt, msi rtx 2080 gaming x trio, PSU seasonic 850w platinum, case nzxt h500i and for cpu cooling kraken x62. I have OC my memory with Ryzen dram calculator to 3466mhz with safe settings and on my cpu I can't pass 4.15ghz on all cores even if use the stock xmp settings on memory. The temp I'm seeing on idle is 35-40c and around 60-65c on load on my cpu (I don't know if those temps are normal either). I have seen many videos on YouTube ppl getting easily 4.2 - 4.3ghz without even using an AIO. Can anyone give an insight since it's my first time using an AMD cpu and asrock mobo maybe I'm doing something wrong.

I am no expert in this matter, but I hope I can help. What CPU model do you use? Did you increase CPU voltage accordingly? Did you increase CPU LLC? In my case I use just stock cooler Wrath Max, but my 2700x with XFR2 and with Enabled Overdrive in BIOS works pretty well on its own.


Try to disable C states, Cool'n Quiet, C3 State, etc... as it may not be stable with manual OC.
That's everything right know that I can think of. I hope it helps [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/thumb.gif[/IMG].
Sorry for the super delay answer. I'm using 2700x. Btw anyone used that new bios ver 1.53 I saw here, can be used aswell to the non ultimate version? I tried to increase the Vcore to 1.42v but still wasn't stable and llc at stage 2.

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