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03-30-2020 08:30 AM
ManniX-ITA
Quote: Originally Posted by Ufuk Özsaran View Post
first of all thank you for your answers.

@Streetdragon ;

dude there's nothing I haven't tried to fix this issue. I have asked for help many times on previous pages. I tried all kinds of soc voltage. If you do pci express 4.0 and 3733 mhz ram frequency, give the soc voltage you want, sound crack continues.. If you do pci express 3.0, 3600 will work without cracking. soc voltage, cpu voltage, ram voltage, vddp, vddg I tried them all for days unfortunately not resolved and had to sell. I hope I have no problems with the new master and the new 3900x I have.

1,325 urban legends appeared and misunderstood. so I wonder if I can choose the voltage normally and use it with pbo + auto oc without any problem..


@PopReference

no problems with safe speeds and voltages. it was just problematic in the scenario I said above and it never improved.


@ManniX-ITA

how do you use your processor? choosing the normal from the voltage part, pbo + auto oc seems to be very logical actually. I think we should observe.
The 1,325V is also mentioned in the reddit thread I referenced above, it's not urban legend
It's the most common value found with the open PBO method; most avid overclockers all around which tested more CPUs than us commoners told it's the median value.
More or less all samples are around that value on average, sometimes bit less or bit more.

I live dangerously with the PBO turbo boost bug with EDC at 1 and I'm quite satisfied
Very tricky to find the best profile but the best single core boost with very good multi threaded performance.
With all core load I have around 1,375V (1,325V + 50 mV from PBO scalar at 10x), down to 1,344 with IBT workload.
I have verified the 1,325V value with the open PBO method.

Compliments for your bravery buying another Master; I would have give up immediately and switched to MSI at your place
03-30-2020 06:35 AM
Ufuk Özsaran first of all thank you for your answers.

@Streetdragon ;

dude there's nothing I haven't tried to fix this issue. I have asked for help many times on previous pages. I tried all kinds of soc voltage. If you do pci express 4.0 and 3733 mhz ram frequency, give the soc voltage you want, sound crack continues.. If you do pci express 3.0, 3600 will work without cracking. soc voltage, cpu voltage, ram voltage, vddp, vddg I tried them all for days unfortunately not resolved and had to sell. I hope I have no problems with the new master and the new 3900x I have.

1,325 urban legends appeared and misunderstood. so I wonder if I can choose the voltage normally and use it with pbo + auto oc without any problem..


@PopReference

no problems with safe speeds and voltages. it was just problematic in the scenario I said above and it never improved.


@ManniX-ITA

how do you use your processor? choosing the normal from the voltage part, pbo + auto oc seems to be very logical actually. I think we should observe.
03-30-2020 04:55 AM
ManniX-ITA
Quote: Originally Posted by Streetdragon View Post
Sound cracking with mem/IF overclock? not enough SOC voltage.
This has nothing to do with the board or the CPU.

If you wanna run fixed voltage 24/7 i would stay under 1.3V. More at 1.28V or so.
The 1.325V that someone posted will kill your ship, if you run AVX2 or so. To much stress. Just let the CPU do its thing and PBO
Well, you are being very conservative and that's ok but really shouldn't be a problem running 1.325V.
Most people doing OC around here are running at 1.4V since day one and got zero problems.
Yes some ultra overclockers fried their CPU but honestly they are a very extreme edge case, I wouldn't take it as a baseline...

I don't think this voltage is going to kill your CPU, probably not even if you run it 100% for 24h/365d.
Unless you have some cooling issues maybe.

Quote of AMD's Robert, who's probably the only one who can give an "authoritative" answer:

"It is perfectly okay if your CPU is periodically using 1.4-1.5V to achieve boost frequencies, and you should see dips into sub-1.0V as the CPU goes into idle. These dips may be brief, and that's okay. Load voltages of around 1.2-1.3V are perfectly okay also. This is the processor working as expected."

And they are already being conservative. Adding a 25 mV is not going to change from day to night.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment...3rd_gen_ryzen/
03-30-2020 04:54 AM
atmorell I can run Prime95 for 12+ hours with no errors and play games. If I put Windows into sleep and wakes it, it gets really unstable. Prime95 crashes after 15-30 seconds and all games and programs randomly close - sometimes with no errors in the Event log. If I reboot my PC, everything is rock solid again. Compared memory timings and voltage with Ryzen Master after going to sleep, but all the values look exactly the same.

I have no idea what is causing this. Any suggestions?

CPU: 3700X
Memory kit: cmk16gx4m2b3000c15 running at XMP3000. Everything else is stock settings besides fan profiles.
03-30-2020 04:50 AM
PopReference
Quote: Originally Posted by Ufuk Özsaran View Post
Hello everyone.


My old system consisted of X570 aorus master and 3900x. I sold it because I could never solve the sound crackling problem. now i got a new 3900x with a new master board. I haven't even opened the boxes yet. I'm afraid to have the same problem but I hope I don't

.
I've come across sound cracking and popping from Infinity fabric OC over 1800 but it depends on the bios. Increasing SOC can also cause cracking and popping audio exact cause is not really clear but I suspect heat as an issue.

However if you still have audio issues at safe speeds/volts then it's more likely to be driver issues.
03-30-2020 03:52 AM
Streetdragon Sound cracking with mem/IF overclock? not enough SOC voltage.
This has nothing to do with the board or the CPU.

If you wanna run fixed voltage 24/7 i would stay under 1.3V. More at 1.28V or so.
The 1.325V that someone posted will kill your ship, if you run AVX2 or so. To much stress. Just let the CPU do its thing and PBO
03-30-2020 01:58 AM
Ufuk Özsaran Hello everyone.


My old system consisted of X570 aorus master and 3900x. I sold it because I could never solve the sound crackling problem. now i got a new 3900x with a new master board. I haven't even opened the boxes yet. I'm afraid to have the same problem but I hope I don't


there is something i want to ask


I think the safe voltage range for 3900x is unknown to anyone. AMD doesn't say that either. PBO + Auto OC is open and you can find safe voltage everywhereAMD says that if you open PBO you will be out of warranty. I think he wouldn't say that if he was safe Frankly, I'm surprised what to do.

At what voltage does using this cpu not kill the cpu? or how can I find the safe voltage range of my own processor?


and I hope that the volume crack problem has improved at 3733mhz or 3800mhz.


Thank you all..
03-29-2020 10:13 PM
ManniX-ITA
Quote: Originally Posted by ryouiki View Post
Is this the reading from the BIOS? I do not trust the BIOS for the primary display... mine will read 1 slot PCIE 1.0 x16 w/ a 1080Ti. I assume this is due to some power saving the card is doing, AIDA/HWINFO etc. show the correct configuration once the machine is in Windows.
Hope not. But just in case, to check the PCI-e speed use GPU-z and start the render test from the question mark.
03-29-2020 02:59 PM
ryouiki
Quote: Originally Posted by patryk View Post
I replaced GPU 2 and now the motherboard has set up
1 slot pcie 1.0 x8
2 slot pcie 3.0 x8
Is this the reading from the BIOS? I do not trust the BIOS for the primary display... mine will read 1 slot PCIE 1.0 x16 w/ a 1080Ti. I assume this is due to some power saving the card is doing, AIDA/HWINFO etc. show the correct configuration once the machine is in Windows.
03-29-2020 01:33 PM
ManniX-ITA
Quote: Originally Posted by Waltc View Post
To clarify my issue a bit further, the USB port had nothing to do with the situation.... I only needed to use the USB cooler cable to turn off the Prism LED's, that are all on by default. No other way to turn them off. So far, so good--no more of the bios failure boots! I had used the motherboard since July 09 '19, with every successive bios from F3--am now on F12e. Only had this trouble when moving to the Prism, with its LED's.
...
Word on latest AGESA--I'm satisfied with the 4.625-4.657 GHz boosts I'm getting on 3-5 cores, but I have noticed that the Power Plan I'm using has quite an impact on the max boosts that I get--I'm using the 1usmus Ryzen Universal power plan because it consistently gives me higher PBO boosts. (I found this one better than the 1usmus non-Universal power plan.)
Sorry, I'm confused now
I understood you had BIOS resets while the USB cable for the LEDs was connected to the internal USB header.
What do you mean with the USB port had nothing to do with it?

Quote: Originally Posted by patryk View Post
Hi

I come back

I replaced GPU 2 and now the motherboard has set up
1 slot pcie 1.0 x8
2 slot pcie 3.0 x8

In the witcher 3 4k uber detal hair x8 and I have 70-110 fps it's much better now

But my old i7 5930k could run 2x pcie x16 GPUs and there was more fps but it's ok

I put the original cooling on the faulty GPU and I will send it back for repair, maybe it will work

I have a question about the motherboard post display once in windows it shows 40 and once AA the computer is working properly in both cases?
That's not normal... they should go both x8.
I wouldn't say it loud but maybe the faulty video card could have damaged the slot.
Did you try again forcing PCI-e to 3.0?
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