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07-07-2020 01:09 PM
Neoony
Quote: Originally Posted by Shenhua View Post
Are you sure about c-states? Cool'n quiet used to be the p-states. Why is now c-states which usually has to do with the sleep, and other stuff.
I'm not trying to debate, I'm just asking if you are 100% sure, because it sounds odd.

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At least in BIOS it is called C-state control.
In there you set up your pstates.


But I think that should be enabled on stock.
Usually the other culprit is the Windows power settings and its min / max CPU %



Example custom pstates for 1800X:

Spoiler!



EDIT:

Quote: Originally Posted by Shenhua View Post
Fixed that. I was at 99%. Tnx.

07-07-2020 01:05 PM
Shenhua
Quote: Originally Posted by Neoony View Post
Your power settings are good?



Fixed that. I was at 99%. Tnx. Now it drops at 2200. But the other issue with prime95 still remains. It starts with 3700mhz 60°C+ and never goes up from there. Even power consumption it's low for prime95 at barely scratching 120w.

While cinebench goes at 70°C+ 140w and the first run, goes at 4.15-4.2ghz.
07-07-2020 01:00 PM
Shenhua
Quote: Originally Posted by xeizo View Post
Cool'n Quiet is called Global C-states now and it is in the bios, you better enable it. And use the AMD Ryzen Balanced Powerplan in Windows, it drops frequencies and uses the best cores when needed.
Are you sure about c-states? Cool'n quiet used to be the p-states. Why is now c-states which usually has to do with the sleep, and other stuff.
I'm not trying to debate, I'm just asking if you are 100% sure, because it sounds odd.

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07-07-2020 12:53 PM
xeizo
Quote: Originally Posted by Shenhua View Post
7803. Ryzen 3900x Cant find cool'n quiet. The CPU doesn't drop clocks.

Also on stock configuration it doesn't drop bellow 3.5ghz on idle which is strange because other ryzens go at much lower, and on load with prime95 small fft, sits at 62-63°C and 1.05v with 3,725ghz despite in cinebench it's running at 4.1ghz 1.25v and reaches 73°C which is the normal behavior.
Cool'n Quiet is called Global C-states now and it is in the bios, you better enable it. And use the AMD Ryzen Balanced Powerplan in Windows, it drops frequencies and uses the best cores when needed.
07-07-2020 12:52 PM
Neoony
Quote: Originally Posted by Shenhua View Post
7803. Ryzen 3900x Cant find cool'n quiet. The CPU doesn't drop clocks.

Also on stock configuration it doesn't drop bellow 3.5ghz on idle which is strange because other ryzens go at much lower, and on load with prime95 small fft, sits at 62-63°C and 1.05v with 3,725ghz despite in cinebench it's running at 4.1ghz 1.25v and reaches 73°C which is the normal behavior.

Your power settings are good?




07-07-2020 10:52 AM
Shenhua 7803. Ryzen 3900x Cant find cool'n quiet. The CPU doesn't drop clocks.

Also on stock configuration it doesn't drop bellow 3.5ghz on idle which is strange because other ryzens go at much lower, and on load with prime95 small fft, sits at 62-63°C and 1.05v with 3,725ghz despite in cinebench it's running at 4.1ghz 1.25v and reaches 73°C which is the normal behavior.
07-07-2020 06:25 AM
Jesaul
Quote: Originally Posted by Fanu View Post
3x00XT CPU reviews are out - seems its not worth spending extra money on these CPUs..
Yeah, they are "corn" cpus.
07-07-2020 06:13 AM
Fanu 3x00XT CPU reviews are out - seems its not worth spending extra money on these CPUs..
07-06-2020 05:31 AM
T[]RK
Quote: Originally Posted by Fanu View Post
What does "official" support mean? Did these CPUs not work on C6E until now?
If you got last BIOS update - they will work, but a lot models was just missed on support page. How do you know that CPU will work on you motherboard? Easy way - check motherboard support page. And if it not in list - you probably will not buy it OR start chat with support about it.

Quote: Originally Posted by Fanu View Post
Btw https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RO.../HelpDesk_CPU/ still does not list 2300X, 2500X, 2600E, 2700E, 3x00XT
They rolled back page. I check all CPUs and they was there. I may guess because XT will appear only tomorrow. It also possible that something broken on page again, i saw it before.

You may see XT on Hero page for example.
07-06-2020 03:15 AM
Fanu
Quote: Originally Posted by T[]RK View Post
Gentlemens (and Ladies)!

I want to congratulate us all with one small won. After continuous communication with ASUS support (especially with Margarita!) now your may see ALL current Ryzen processors supported officially for ROG Crosshair VI Extreme. List now included even not so common 2300X, 2500X, 2600E, 2700E. I also must say that this apply not only for consumer products, but also for "Pro" business products! In total there are 61 Ryzen processor! New Ryzen 3000XT models also wasn't forgotten and now support since BIOS 7704.
What does "official" support mean? Did these CPUs not work on C6E until now?

Btw https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RO.../HelpDesk_CPU/ still does not list 2300X, 2500X, 2600E, 2700E, 3x00XT
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