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post #46 of (permalink) Old 08-24-2019, 05:22 PM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by l0rdraiden View Post
I have been using Ryzen master to test a few things.
If I go to the bios and from a clean load optimized defaults i change vcore to 1.325 and oc to just 4GHz. The PC boot to windows but vcore settings don't save.
I am using the latest BIOS on a x570 master
How can a fix this? can you manually change the vcore voltage and save the settings?

What mess is this? after years of working with Ryzen master a agesa releases gigabyte still can make it compatible.
I am starting to regret of not getting an asus board. I might get a refund.

Would be helpful if you provided more background info - your system specs and what settings you are using and software.

The picture you posted in the AORUS Owner thread shows you are using Auto Overclocking in Ryzen Master. Ryzen Master overwrites BIOS settings [SMU].
Sometime bad enough that one has to flash the BIOS to clear Ryzen Master settings and gain BIOS level control. Not to be a dick but it has been mentioned
on 4 out of the 5 pages in this thread.

I would strongly recommend not using auto overclocking features in BIOS nor Ryzen Master unless you have a specific need for it.

Pretty sure all AMD motherboard partners get the same micro code libraries to build BIOS out of. GIGABYTE has been rolling out new BIOS on the latest AGESA faster than any other maker.

try CLR CMOS and the load default profile, then set vcore. If that doesn't clear try flashing BIOS to stop Ryzen Master taking over BIOS setting.

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