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10-07-2019 07:13 AM
mongoled Hi, found this on the Internet

It was uploaded today.

I have NOT tested this.

I do not have this motherboard.

http://msi-ftp.de:8080/main.html?dow...e=7A32_1NR.zip

Please post back if the BIOS is ABBA.

Thanks

** EDIT **
Confirmed NOT ABBA
08-22-2019 03:36 AM
kondziowy Are there any improvements for Ryzen 2000 (or 1000) on new bioses released after Agesa PinnaclePi 1.0.0.6 (like 0.0.7.2 / 1.0.0.1 / 1.0.0.3 AB) ?

Like memory compatibility or stuff? Is it better to stay on the last pre-Ryzen 3000 bios?
08-06-2019 02:09 AM
MGTG How well does the LLC work in the latest beta BIOS (for ryzen 3rd gen)? I faced severe vdroop (for literally any past BIOS...) for both 1600 and 2700 processors while using them in this mobo even with LLC 1.
07-27-2019 12:40 PM
FireyFly
Corrupt bios files?

Am I the only one who cannot download the bios files anymore? All of them seems corrupt?
07-11-2019 11:08 PM
jon666 If I didn't just get done stress testing my 1700x I'd try it out for grins.
07-11-2019 07:59 PM
Irev looks to be some screen shots of the new GSE lite bios on the 16mb bios boards.... I actually prefer it over the GUI bios
https://www.techpowerup.com/257201/b...?cp=4#comments
07-09-2019 06:24 PM
Irev anyone using a Ryzen 3000 series CPU in this motherboard?
05-15-2019 05:18 PM
mosso
Quote: Originally Posted by weirdmo View Post
thanks. vrm temps are okay between 55 and 65

and even on auto in bios stock clocks voltage is like 1.46 to 1.48 and soc is like 1.16(even after cmos reset)
but it windows it avreges like 1.275 to 1.3 although xfr boosts up to even 1.5 for short bursts
i think something is wrong with my board or sensors are wrong or bios is faulty

There's nothing wrong with your board, the voltage can go as high as this but this will stress your vrms and your cpu temperatures will be higher. this is why i was pointing out the VRM temps, and honestly 65 is...... pretty high.
I don't really understand how this board works or if other boards have the same system. But i had the same issue of having the voltages hover in the 1.4V range for the cpu in the bios, then in windows they would go down.
After flashing .1K bios i settled for offset voltage overclocking. and in the bios now the default voltage shows as 1.2V, then you'll work your offset from there. my recommendation is to leave loadline calibration as auto and use offset mode for overclocking, you'll get much lower voltages for the overclock you have now. my 1700 is at 3.8ghz with 1.3V (with all stress tests done), this gives me VRM temperatures in the 45 to 55 degrees range, and cpu depending on your cooling solution, but mine never goes above 65 under any load. This has been the most stable setting without stressing my system. then upgrade to the new cpus once they're out.
the first generation ryzen cpus aren't really good for desktop and gaming use.
Cheers
05-13-2019 10:48 AM
weirdmo
Quote: Originally Posted by mosso View Post
usually vcore is the correct one, i use hwmonitor and vcore is the one to read there.
also 1.4V is pretty high for a 3.8ghz overclock, but i can't tell since i have the 1700, not the 1700x.
keep an eye on the voltage regulators (VRM), in HWmonitor, their temp is under motherboard (or mainboard), i personally never let it go higher than 60 degrees.
thanks. vrm temps are okay between 55 and 65

and even on auto in bios stock clocks voltage is like 1.46 to 1.48 and soc is like 1.16(even after cmos reset)
but it windows it avreges like 1.275 to 1.3 although xfr boosts up to even 1.5 for short bursts
i think something is wrong with my board or sensors are wrong or bios is faulty
05-10-2019 02:06 PM
mosso
Quote: Originally Posted by weirdmo View Post
what u guys use to monitor vcore?

im on .1k bios and voltage differs alot in ryzen master bios and hwinfo

im at 3.8(1700x) using offset vcore + 0.0125 and llc3
and under load ryzen master says 1.35 hwinfo reports vcore 1.4 and svi2 tfn 1.312 command center also reports 1.4

which one is real vcore?

usually vcore is the correct one, i use hwmonitor and vcore is the one to read there.
also 1.4V is pretty high for a 3.8ghz overclock, but i can't tell since i have the 1700, not the 1700x.
keep an eye on the voltage regulators (VRM), in HWmonitor, their temp is under motherboard (or mainboard), i personally never let it go higher than 60 degrees.
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