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post #491 of 510 (permalink) Old 02-07-2020, 09:42 AM
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Here is a great place to start.

https://www.techpowerup.com/review/1...-2-processors/

https://www.techpowerup.com/review/1...-developments/

I have been using the 1usmus international power plan with as many of the bios settings i can find. I consistently hit 4600 MHz on 2 to 3 cores, and after testing, windows 10 uses these cores all the time for single and low thread count tasks.
It seems windows uses these 2 fastest cores even in single threaded tasks, jumping back and forth so 1 core doesn't get hammered all the time.

This is a great place to start, to get your system running the way it should be running. The other one is Ram, and there is nothing better than Ryzen DRAM Calculator 1.7.0, and typhoon burner. If you search YouTube, you'll find some videos on how to get the info from your ram using typhoon burner to import into dram calculator.
Also, you can find most of the advanced settings from Ryzen Dram Calculator in the bios, just have to do some searching around, like memory training, etc.

Lots of reading to do lol, good luck, and let us know how it goes.

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Figured I'd chime in on this.

I ran into some cooling issues after swapping from a radial flow to axial flow GPU. Not water cooled this time around (lack of time), but the little fan was audible and annoying at whatever speed. My resolution was to change the heatsink to something else.

I had to remove the giant plate to gain enough space, and had to fashion my own NVME drive heatsink in the process. What I wound up using was an old heatpipe cooler from the "fat" Xbox 360s. I milled it down and cut to size, drilled and tapped a couple holes, as well as rotated the little heatpipe cooler up and away, so it sits in front of the CPU fan. Constant airflow, the chipset sits from 31-35C, regardless of hours of gaming, and I no longer have that droning fan noise.

Just a thought for someone else to try if they're handy. My fix isn't pretty, but it works reasonably well.

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Im still having issue with the fan speed ramping up, i do not understand why my X570 Taichi is doing this, all fans are now connected to Phantenks Fan splitter and that is connected to Chassis fan 1 header, i have set my fans to work always at 50%, they still can ramp up to higher even at idle and they wont go down until system is powered off. My solution for this is now to buy fan controller (aquaero Quad) and never touching the Asrock fan control.

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Hey @Tonza , before doing that give Argus Monitor a try. It's software based but it's what I use. Very barebones but works perfectly at least for me.
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Id love to see some pictures.

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Ya, i notice the noise too, and its spontaneous high rpms, its weird, i guess i just got used to it.
Not sure what the issue is, see what the next bios brings.

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X570 Taichi BIOS v2.70 Bug??

This board is recently new to me for running an additional Ryzen 3000 series setup (3900X). I have another combo currently running with a 3950X/ASUS CH8-wifi.

After setting up the board for the first time I updated BIOS to most current version 2.70. In the advanced tab under AMD Overclocking section They now have per CCX core ratio section! Previous BIOS v2.10 doesn't have this feature... Just straight voltage and overall cpu speed settings.

The Bug I have encountered is that when using this Per CCX setting some of 3900X cores will default/lock speed @3300MHz while others will run at designated core ratio speeds... i.e. 41.25x for 4125MHz.

Could any one else here please test this BIOS feature to confirm this is a BIOS Bug or perhaps it is something else with just my particular Taichi sample or this particular CPU?

Note: I can manually override this bug with Ryzen Master in Windows by manually setting to desired per CCX overclocks.

Also... I updated/tested Beta BIOS v2.73 which also has this same bug for my setup.
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Bump: I'm still looking for someone to test (confirm) X570 Taichi BIOS v2.70 for a possible bug with per CCX overclocking located in the BIOS Advanced Tab under "AMD Overclocking"... See my previous post.

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Don't have this issue however only have a 3800x.
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Im running 2.73, and having great results, maybe try it? It is very solid.

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