Originally Posted by Deepcuts
It seems 20A is a champ for me.
Onboard audio started crackling. Never had this one on older version.
Hey Gigabyte, pay your engineers!
It's related to the SoC & VDDP & VDDG voltages, as I mentioned, F20a behaves differently with FCLK, wants different voltages than before from what I can wrap my head around. A little problematic to be said.
It can use lower procODT than before and the RZQ values can use combinations I've never seen work before.
This is completely altered for MEM & FCLK settings it will accept to earlier. Your old settings might just not work any more with the new AGESA behaviour, it's causing me trouble to troubleshoot issues for my earlier 4800Mhz stable results. Has made it easier but also more problematic with erratic behaviour I've not seen before.
SoC voltage seems utterly weird thus far. Go above 1.100V and it's just a mess. But lower seems better now?
Still trying to figure out the change in behaviour.
EDIT: For example I'm trying out 1.000V SoC right now. Seems functional, just earlier tried 1.050V and was fine in regard to SoC at least. [4800/1900] MEM/FCLK
EDIT2: 1.000V SoC was fine and working, now testing how 0.950V functions, booted at least. [4800/1900] MEM/FCLK, 900/950 VDDG_CCD/VDDG_IOD
EDIT3: 0.925V SoC booted but was ~SLOW~. Gone too low, 0.950V was a little slow as well, but not that noticeable, ~0.975V seems minimum if you care for benchmarks to give normal scores.