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The latency of 3700x should be lower than 3900x, because just one CCD.
Idk, seems that 3900x is just stronger, has more 3000mbs read and 30000 write bandwith for free...

I can't get this stable, idk why... it's just 45mhz over 3800 which i've been running 15-16-17-15-30-45-294TRFC at 1.445 1000% HCI stable, i losened timings and bumped voltage to 1.46, it gave 2 errors at 420% of HCI memtest
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Idk, seems that 3900x is just stronger, has more 3000mbs read and 30000 write bandwith for free...
for free??? the 3900x is 170$ more than the 3700x no **** its stronger..
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Need help here. This settings are 98% out of the calculator.
Kahru over night stable
TM5 Musimus settings 15 Cycles stable
4 Days with GTA5 and other games of gaming and now i got a reboot while gaming

SOC 1.125V LLV High(Hwinfo reads 1.11V)

what else can i do to get that 100% stable?

63.8 Latency with around 60Gig speed.
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I want to appeal the owners of Zen 2, who still for some reason have problems with the boost. Make it a rule to reinstall the driver chipset with each BIOS. CPPC2 technology is quite demanding on the coordination of Windows and BIOS. Due to the fact that the BIOS ecosystem is not able to adapt to Windows - this must be done manually by uninstalling the driver chipset and installing with each update SMU.
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IMPORTANT!

I want to appeal the owners of Zen 2, who still for some reason have problems with the boost. Make it a rule to reinstall the driver chipset with each BIOS. CPPC2 technology is quite demanding on the coordination of Windows and BIOS. Due to the fact that the BIOS ecosystem is not able to adapt to Windows - this must be done manually by uninstalling the driver chipset and installing with each update SMU.
I had some DPC latency with latest chipset. Does this still hold true for 1.07 chipset?

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Do you recommend using AMDs latest chipset drivers or (the often out of date) drivers provided by the motherboard vendor?
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I did that last month, but just updated my BIOS a few nights ago. I didn't realize that was something that could help. As I seem to be experiencing some instability with my sound since Windows update to 1903 or whatever that crap was. Maybe it's the BIOS and update, so I'll give that a go, thanks for the heads up!

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Need help here. This settings are 98% out of the calculator.
Kahru over night stable
TM5 Musimus settings 15 Cycles stable
4 Days with GTA5 and other games of gaming and now i got a reboot while gaming

SOC 1.125V LLV High(Hwinfo reads 1.11V)

what else can i do to get that 100% stable?

63.8 Latency with around 60Gig speed.
Do you absolutely need VDDP, VDDG & SoC to be what you have to be stable?

In my system 1.125vSoC causes issues with 1900FCLK. I get memory errors. The higher I go the more issues. Just around 1.100V is safest.
VDDP much above 1000mv causes issues, same VDDG to much above 1000mv causes issues. Values as high as 1050mv refuse to post at higher speed memory but might work at lower speeds.

I found reboots often related to VDDP when I had that too low as in 700-800mv range.

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I need some help. It's weird I can do 101.5 blck for 1895 IF perfectly stable, but soon as I try 102 blck it won't post. Any ideas? Do I need to change CPU voltages? My cpu settings are on auto, and so are the LLC stuff.

I've also tried just 3800/1900IF but if I can get it to boot it will randomly reboot pretty often. What voltages should I be trying? VDDG and SOC voltage doesn't seem to help much. I haven't touched VDDP just yet but I will try that next, any other ideas would be appreciated though.

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Do you absolutely need VDDP, VDDG & SoC to be what you have to be stable?

In my system 1.125vSoC causes issues with 1900FCLK. I get memory errors. The higher I go the more issues. Just around 1.100V is safest.
VDDP much above 1000mv causes issues, same VDDG to much above 1000mv causes issues. Values as high as 1050mv refuse to post at higher speed memory but might work at lower speeds.

I found reboots often related to VDDP when I had that too low as in 700-800mv range.
VDDG 1000mV = wont boot. Yes i need it that high xD
SOC the same.
VDDP is on auto. maybe i try to lower it a bit

Went for VDDG to 1075mV(Max in calculator). Will lower vddp to 1000mV tonight

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