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post #761 of 1456 (permalink) Old 11-06-2017, 10:27 PM
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Does anyone know what Q code 29 is my computer randomly hangs on q code 29 at boot and i can't find out what it is.

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Does anyone know what Q code 29 is my computer randomly hangs on q code 29 at boot and i can't find out what it is.

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Apparently, some IMCs are sensitive and throw that POST code. Setting the following values is known to help:


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Is there a bug in latest BIOS version ? For 4500MHz CPU speed a manual voltage setting at 1.11V for all cores(i9 7900X) working flawlessly.

But if I change this setting to offset and setting minimum core voltage to 1.11V is not working and crashes randomly while playing games. But Realbench 2.43, Prime95(none AVX version) all pass one hour mark with no problems with 1.08V minimal core voltage. But again in games crashes everywhere.

Is there a bug in the BIOS with idle CPU voltages, because at %100 load everything is fine, but again in games crashes, crashes everywhere.

Also adaptive voltage settings not working as intended like Z170 platform.
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By the way CPU also crashes while playing games at 1.11V minimal core voltage setting.
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Also adaptive voltage settings not working as intended like Z170 platform.

Can you elaborate on this? No issues with adaptive voltage here. Might go some ways to explain why you're not able to get offset working correctly...
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Thanks Raja when I get home I will give that a try.

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Try adding some voltage to vccio like 1.0500. Try setting tfaw to 16 and trfc to 374. Got to get those rlt's and io's in line. Are all your io's 6?

Will do. Honestly I don't remember, I'll have to check tonight.

Everything is on auto except for primaries, tras and trpt. I may try the 4000 preset in the BIOS and adjust my primaries & tras/trpt to the above settings to see if that works and helps get the secondary/tertiary timings in order without manually doing each one.

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Is there a bug in latest BIOS version ? For 4500MHz CPU speed a manual voltage setting at 1.11V for all cores(i9 7900X) working flawlessly.

But if I change this setting to offset and setting minimum core voltage to 1.11V is not working and crashes randomly while playing games. But Realbench 2.43, Prime95(none AVX version) all pass one hour mark with no problems with 1.08V minimal core voltage. But again in games crashes everywhere.

Is there a bug in the BIOS with idle CPU voltages, because at %100 load everything is fine, but again in games crashes, crashes everywhere.

Also adaptive voltage settings not working as intended like Z170 platform.

From the description, it sounds as if you're using a negative offset to obtain the load voltage you want. Negative offsets can cause issues when the CPU comes out of idle or if the voltage is insufficient when the load modulates. As for Adaptive, as always, you can't set it lower than the base VID for a given ratio.

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Yes I use -0.108V offset value for all cores, but also -0.103V not working either. Manual voltage setting has no problem but I don’t want to use this setting because idle and load voltages are the same.

OK then, with my old ASUS Z170 Maximus VIII Formula board I can set load voltage to 1.340V for all cores for 4700MHz speed and I set an offset value of +0.005V. It resulted 1.345V CPU load voltage for all cores when they are working at full speed.

I can not set adaptive voltage like that at this platform, this simple logic is not working, how can I set adaptive voltage for the i9 7900X properly ?
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Yes I use -0.108V offset value for all cores, but also -0.103V not working either. Manual voltage setting have no problem but I don’t want to use this setting because idle and load voltages are the same.

OK then, with my old ASUS Z170 Maximus VIII Formula board I can set load voltage to 1.340V for all cores for 4700MHz speed and I set an offset value of +0.005V. It resulted 1.345V CPU load voltage for all cores when they are working at full speed.

I can not set adaptive voltage like that at this platform, this simple logic not working, how can I set adaptive voltage for the i9 7900X properly ?

running a negative offset even with some additional turbo voltage (mixed adaptive) can cause issues. Honestly, there is nothing wrong with using manual vcore. Idle voltage is pretty meaningless since there is very low current/wattage. You can always use manual vcore with c-states. I'm finding that with my 7980XE, manual vcore just works cleaner, and allows me to run the cores at a voltage lower than the VID. The VIDs for 4.4 on this rig are 1.18 to 1.2-ish volts (varies by core) but the system is very happy running 1.17V manual.
So basically... if you have a chip that is stable at voltages below the VID - use manual vcore. smile.gif

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