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post #4071 of 4102 (permalink) Old 01-07-2020, 03:59 PM
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Anybody here with Asus mobo, where changing eDRAM ratio works?
Sorry about the late reply, I use userbenchmark as a quick edram functionality test. Stock edram gives about 30ns latency for 32,64 MB, 2200 gives about 26ns for 32,64 and 2000 gives about 28ns latency for those 2. Edram not working would have those segments at ram latency. In the system memory latency ladder.

Also I've only gone as high as +.1v on agent, I/o-a, I/o-d and that was on accident. Giving a little less than that let me run almost as good of timings on Gskill Tridents as Groove2013. My Team Xtreem only runs a little tighter than xmp no matter what I do. But these chips vary a lot more than the core oc's indicate so just a little extra volts on those might not work for everybody.

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post #4072 of 4102 (permalink) Old 01-10-2020, 11:24 PM
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So I might be getting a replacement board from a friend and fellow forum member, but I’m not entirely sure how good Broadwell support is on Gigabyte boards, I don’t think it has the Broadwell bios yet, which is fine I can get a Celeron for $10 shipped and be on my way. But just thought I’d post this as I’ll like be able to do much more with this board than my current ASUS board.

If this indeed works then I might be able to put off whole system upgrade longer, which would be idea for me especially if 32GB of RAM works again. Or heck maybe snag a Pentium G3258 and use this ASUS board as my linux pc with a GTX 660 or my R9 380.

CPU’s I’ve owned: P4 630, P4 631, C2D E6320, C2D E6700, X3230, QX9650, X5470, i7 920, i7 3770K ES, Pentium 2020M, i5 4690K, i7 5775C, Athlon XP 3200+, Athlon 64 X2 1.8GHz, A10 4600M, Ryzen 5 2600X, Ryzen 7 3800X (soon to be)

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post #4073 of 4102 (permalink) Old 01-12-2020, 03:32 PM
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Each and every bios version for my Gaming 5 board is equipped with 10 microcode, only unreleased F8 has 1D. When it comes to 5775c support, I could only find non-working TDP setting, which does not apply at all and it needs to be set up in Intel XTU. And somehow I managed to disable L4 by switching something off without disabling eDRAM in bios, but I never managed to replicate it after resetting bios. There also is issue with allocating "too much" iGPU memory but I think it's none of your concern.

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post #4074 of 4102 (permalink) Old 01-14-2020, 07:01 AM
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Each and every bios version for my Gaming 5 board is equipped with 10 microcode, only unreleased F8 has 1D. When it comes to 5775c support, I could only find non-working TDP setting, which does not apply at all and it needs to be set up in Intel XTU. And somehow I managed to disable L4 by switching something off without disabling eDRAM in bios, but I never managed to replicate it after resetting bios. There also is issue with allocating "too much" iGPU memory but I think it's none of your concern.


Yeah the iGPU isn’t an issue as I have mine disabled anyway, not as much of a performance hit on my 1080 with dual monitors as I thought, actually I don’t think I notice any perf hit.

And yeah that’s what I thought I remembered reading about a few Gigabyte boards. Not sure if this Z97X will have the same fate but I might not have much of an option but to deal with it.

CPU’s I’ve owned: P4 630, P4 631, C2D E6320, C2D E6700, X3230, QX9650, X5470, i7 920, i7 3770K ES, Pentium 2020M, i5 4690K, i7 5775C, Athlon XP 3200+, Athlon 64 X2 1.8GHz, A10 4600M, Ryzen 5 2600X, Ryzen 7 3800X (soon to be)

GPU’s I‘ve owned: GeForce2 MX400, 8800GTX, GTX 285, 2 x GTX 660 SLI (sold 1), ATi x1300, R9 380, R9 290X, GTX 1070, GTX 1080.
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post #4075 of 4102 (permalink) Old 01-17-2020, 03:27 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by TwilightRavens View Post
Yeah the iGPU isn’t an issue as I have mine disabled anyway, not as much of a performance hit on my 1080 with dual monitors as I thought, actually I don’t think I notice any perf hit.

And yeah that’s what I thought I remembered reading about a few Gigabyte boards. Not sure if this Z97X will have the same fate but I might not have much of an option but to deal with it.


Scratch that, I went ahead and went the AM4 route, tired of the bullcrap this platform is giving me. No matter what I do I BSOD, set the RAM at stock (BSOD), CPU at stock (BSOD), everything default (BSOD). So I ordered an AsRock X570 Taichi, won’t be able to order a CPU for a few weeks but when I do I’ll get a 3700X most likely.

Been doing nothing but bandaids on it for years and its lasted me a few months at a time before I had to fix something else, so I think this is probably the wisest investment wise.

CPU’s I’ve owned: P4 630, P4 631, C2D E6320, C2D E6700, X3230, QX9650, X5470, i7 920, i7 3770K ES, Pentium 2020M, i5 4690K, i7 5775C, Athlon XP 3200+, Athlon 64 X2 1.8GHz, A10 4600M, Ryzen 5 2600X, Ryzen 7 3800X (soon to be)

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I bought some 2x8GB 1600MHz CL9 Ripjaws X sticks, either on Hynix BFR on Samsung B-Die. Hoping to get greater results than on previous MFRs...


X570 Taichi is known for screwed up chipset cooling solution, its fan position make it suck TONS of hot air coming from the GPU it actually makes the chipset overheat. There are a lot of documented cases where motherboard regularly shut down because of that. Apart from that - good luck on a new route on your life

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I bought some 2x8GB 1600MHz CL9 Ripjaws X sticks, either on Hynix BFR on Samsung B-Die. Hoping to get greater results than on previous MFRs...


X570 Taichi is known for screwed up chipset cooling solution, its fan position make it suck TONS of hot air coming from the GPU it actually makes the chipset overheat. There are a lot of documented cases where motherboard regularly shut down because of that. Apart from that - good luck on a new route on your life
I've seen nothing but good reviews of that board from the multiple sources I've looked at online that reviwed it. None of them ever mentioned anything like that. That sounds more like someone with really poor case cooling than the board's design. The Taichi boards are the top flagship boards from AsRock. Their flagship boards rarely have any serious flaws like you described.
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I've seen nothing but good reviews of that board from the multiple sources I've looked at online that reviwed it. None of them ever mentioned anything like that. That sounds more like someone with really poor case cooling than the board's design. The Taichi boards are the top flagship boards from AsRock. Their flagship boards rarely have any serious flaws like you described.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment...pset_overheat/


Just an example. As well as

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https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment...rheat/etsbfrg/

And here's someone else with an overclocked 1080 Ti in that same thread that says everything is perfectly fine, even with the video card blowing right on it and they have great airflow.

I think it's just like I suspected: Only people with poor airflow setups are going to have issues with that. Which if their computer's airflow is so crap that it's overheating the chipset they would have that issue with any X570 board. And that video's not in english, we can't understand anything he's saying. Anyway we're both very off topic for this thread, I'll stop here.

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Scratch that, I went ahead and went the AM4 route, tired of the bullcrap this platform is giving me. No matter what I do I BSOD, set the RAM at stock (BSOD), CPU at stock (BSOD), everything default (BSOD). So I ordered an AsRock X570 Taichi, won’t be able to order a CPU for a few weeks but when I do I’ll get a 3700X most likely.

Been doing nothing but bandaids on it for years and its lasted me a few months at a time before I had to fix something else, so I think this is probably the wisest investment wise.
Ryzen 3 comes with Game Cache -- no need to tinker with eDRAM

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