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post #2651 of 2736 (permalink) Old 06-29-2020, 03:19 PM
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Can anyone get there Vref (CHA/CHB) voltages above 0.68v? Dram calculator says to set it at 0.71Vbut it will not go above 0.68v. Thanks
On the C8H the cha/chb voltage works as a percentage of your DRAM voltage. So if you are running 1.4v dram then 0.68 will actually give you 0.95v for cha/chb. Took me a while to figure that out on mine.

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post #2652 of 2736 (permalink) Old 06-29-2020, 07:27 PM
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Their sites are messed up, depending on the region they display different bios.

Did anyone try 2103 on CH8 WiFi?
Here you go.
https://1drv.ms/u/s!AqVJ3UTCymvthoRh...6jMbA?e=OMfZOD

Anyone have the non WIFI 2103 BIOS? The singapore site doesn't seem to have the non WIFI as a option.
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This site is almost alawys up to date and provides the direct download link for bios versions.
https://www.hardwareluxx.de/communit...06-20.1228903/
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Quote: Originally Posted by Badgerslayer7 View Post
Can anyone get there Vref (CHA/CHB) voltages above 0.68v? Dram calculator says to set it at 0.71Vbut it will not go above 0.68v. Thanks
On the C8H the cha/chb voltage works as a percentage of your DRAM voltage. So if you are running 1.4v dram then 0.68 will actually give you 0.95v for cha/chb. Took me a while to figure that out on mine.
Thanks for that much appreciated
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can not apply old setting to 2103, be aware.

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I see the 2103 now for the formula. Completely different agesa too, and likely the desired upgrade. 2103 is V2 PI 1.0.0.2 while that 2010 was V2 PI 1.0.0.1 patch B. was totally bad for my system/processor and is likely designed for pro processors.

Gonna give 2103 a shot.

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can not apply old setting to 2103, be aware.
If you save your settings to a .CMO file you can apply them that way. The other profiles tend to fail after a bios update.

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Just updated BIOS to 2103. I noticed new settings: CPU Telemetry and SOC Telemetry. It seems to involve something about motherboard power reporting? Does this setting have something to do with Power Reporting Deviation that was discovered recently?
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Just upgraded my non-WiFi Hero from 2010 to 2103. I like it so far. Seems, for now at least, I no longer have to manually enter VDDP/VDDG voltages at the bottom of Extreme Tweaker to avoid 8d errors on warm boots that I had to enter on 1105 and 2010 (and from what I read a few months ago people were needing to change on 1201 and 1302). So they seem to have tweaked the auto voltages again or something. Though I swear Ryzen Master is reporting the same values for them as Auto on the 2010 BIOS so maybe there was something else cause it but the fix was changing the voltages. Gonna give it a day to check for random instability etc. then put some RAM tweaks back in.

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Just updated BIOS to 2103. I noticed new settings: CPU Telemetry and SOC Telemetry. It seems to involve something about motherboard power reporting? Does this setting have something to do with Power Reporting Deviation that was discovered recently?
It allows the user to offset both the VDDCR_CPU (CPU cores) and VDDCR_SoC telemetry that is seen by the CPU.
E.g. a positive offset of 10000mA for VDDCR_CPU will make the CPU to think it is drawing 10A higher current, than its actually drawing. A negative offset of the same magnitude will have an opposite effect.
At ±0A offset the reporting is generally extremely accurate on ASUS boards, always has been
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