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08-25-2019 01:44 AM
datspike
Quote: Originally Posted by Pitatone View Post
Hello again!

I just did a clean windows 10 1903 install on my new C6H with Ryzen 1200 on Bios 6401 . I did no cpu or ram overclocking because I want to check my DPC latency.
Then i noticed that in Bios and in Windows with HWiNFO64 the voltage readings are off from the voltages i manually inputted. Is this normal? I searched the forum and the net but i found mixed answers.

CPU SOC Voltage Manual: 1.1 Reading: 1.11
DRAM Voltage Manual: 1.2 Reading: 1.22
1.8 PLL Voltage Manual: 1.8 Reading: 1.853
1.05V SB Voltage Manual: 1.05 Reading: 1.035
Perfectly normal, superio chip's ADC accuracy is just not that high. It has around 22-44mv stepping depending on the sensor
08-25-2019 01:30 AM
Pitatone Hello again!

I just did a clean windows 10 1903 install on my new C6H with Ryzen 1200 on Bios 6401 . I did no cpu or ram overclocking because I want to check my DPC latency.
Then i noticed that in Bios and in Windows with HWiNFO64 the voltage readings are off from the voltages i manually inputted. Is this normal? I searched the forum and the net but i found mixed answers.

CPU SOC Voltage Manual: 1.1 Reading: 1.11
DRAM Voltage Manual: 1.2 Reading: 1.22
1.8 PLL Voltage Manual: 1.8 Reading: 1.853
1.05V SB Voltage Manual: 1.05 Reading: 1.035
08-25-2019 01:15 AM
xAD3r1ty
Quote: Originally Posted by Amir007 View Post
I solved all my issues with this mobo + 3700x by purchasing a new x570 mobo. I believe x570 should have been mandatory with these 3000 series cpu's. Maybe its placebo but all my apps/games feel smoother. It's obvious these 3000 series CPU's are built on the x570 chipset exclusively. Guys, I'm afraid its never going to happen where you can brag about your CPU running on CH6 100% stable since this uncertified backward compatibility is not without problems.
The only issue with new cpu's (For me and my experience) is the boost and the cold boot issue (the reboots and etc), and even then the boost doesn't work correctly on the x570 for most people due to agesa or **** silicon, and yes it's placebo that your games feel smoother, and no zen 2 is not built on x570 chipset exclusively, and yes my cpu is running 100% stable on my CH6, sure the board has it's issues, but it's one of the best x370 motherboards and was overkill for it's time, you should have gotten a 3900x and keep the x370 tbh, but everyone's choice, I'm glad you now don't have any problems, enjoy your new rig
08-24-2019 09:38 PM
Takla
Quote: Originally Posted by Amir007 View Post
I solved all my issues with this mobo + 3700x by purchasing a new x570 mobo. I believe x570 should have been mandatory with these 3000 series cpu's. Maybe its placebo but all my apps/games feel smoother. It's obvious these 3000 series CPU's are built on the x570 chipset exclusively. Guys, I'm afraid its never going to happen where you can brag about your CPU running on CH6 100% stable since this uncertified backward compatibility is not without problems.
My cpu and memory runs perfectly stable. I never had any error codes or boot issues (or issues with this mainboard at all) It run smooth since the first bios with ryzen 3000 support. But sure, buy something new if it brings you peace of mind.
08-24-2019 09:32 PM
CeltPC Sorry, an incorrect post
08-24-2019 08:42 PM
Dr. Vodka
Quote: Originally Posted by Cloudpost View Post
This can't be right... 6.8Ghz. I was just testing my ram oc and got this after 2 days.

hwmonitor is not reliable on this platform. Your CPU never got to 6.8GHz



Use hwinfo, or ryzen master.
08-24-2019 08:00 PM
Cloudpost This can't be right... 6.8Ghz. I was just testing my ram oc and got this after 2 days.
08-24-2019 05:48 PM
dlbsyst
Quote: Originally Posted by Amir007 View Post
I solved all my issues with this mobo + 3700x by purchasing a new x570 mobo. I believe x570 should have been mandatory with these 3000 series cpu's. Maybe its placebo but all my apps/games feel smoother. It's obvious these 3000 series CPU's are built on the x570 chipset exclusively. Guys, I'm afraid its never going to happen where you can brag about your CPU running on CH6 100% stable since this uncertified backward compatibility is not without problems.
Nice! Which motherboard did you get.?
08-24-2019 05:37 PM
CeltPC
Quote: Originally Posted by Amir007 View Post
I solved all my issues with this mobo + 3700x by purchasing a new x570 mobo. I believe x570 should have been mandatory with these 3000 series cpu's. Maybe its placebo but all my apps/games feel smoother. It's obvious these 3000 series CPU's are built on the x570 chipset exclusively. Guys, I'm afraid its never going to happen where you can brag about your CPU running on CH6 100% stable since this uncertified backward compatibility is not without problems.
"Your mileage may vary." Glad you like your new X570. For me, there have been no issues to solve on my C6H, it has been a very smooth transition to my 3900X.

Addendum: I did have a weird problem with the Corsair Strafe keyboard refusing to let me into bios. It seemed clear that something in the keyboard was screwed up, so I replaced it with a Steelseries Apex 7 TKL. Problem solved and I was able to get rid of that darn iQUE software!
08-24-2019 05:19 PM
Amir007 I solved all my issues with this mobo + 3700x by purchasing a new x570 mobo. I believe x570 should have been mandatory with these 3000 series cpu's. Maybe its placebo but all my apps/games feel smoother. It's obvious these 3000 series CPU's are built on the x570 chipset exclusively. Guys, I'm afraid its never going to happen where you can brag about your CPU running on CH6 100% stable since this uncertified backward compatibility is not without problems.
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