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06-18-2019 09:33 AM
Lermite
Quote: Originally Posted by mito1172 View Post
updated but ryzen power plan disappeared
Weird. I installed this new chipset driver and the Ryzen Balanced power plan is still there.
Mine was always the active one.
Perhaps yours was another one, allowing the Ryzen Balanced to be removed.
06-18-2019 09:29 AM
herericc
Quote: Originally Posted by mito1172 View Post
updated but ryzen power plan disappeared
Just use windows balanced you haven't needed to use Ryzen balanced for over a year now.
06-18-2019 09:18 AM
mito1172
Quote: Originally Posted by GraveNoX View Post
updated but ryzen power plan disappeared
06-18-2019 08:21 AM
herericc Hey everyone - I got my 4 sticks of 3200MT CL14 ram installed now - seems to be pretty awesome to have 4 sticks on a CH6.

I was trying to use the 3533 (safe) settings from the calculator, but I noticed my DRAM voltage is being reported as between ~1.45 and ~1.505. I have it set to 1.41 - why am I seeing such a discrepancy? I realize the CH6 has crappy sensor granularity, but this seems like there's a direct offset of about +0.05V regardless of my actual bios DRAM Voltage setting.

Does everyone else see this discrepancy? I use HWInfo64.
Has anyone actually used a DMM to check what the real DRAM voltage is? I'd be willing to do so to figure out if there's a constant offset or something - just need to know where I can actually probe the traces.

Thanks,

Herericc
06-18-2019 04:11 AM
Lermite
Quote: Originally Posted by ciukacz View Post
if you disable in hwinfo usage of asus's wmi interface then it should be able to monitor them.
put AsusWMI=0 at the bottom of HWiNFO64.INI
Thanks for this advice but I found out that restarting HWiNFO after each change applied in AI Suite was enough for the monitoring to work again.
06-18-2019 03:51 AM
ciukacz
Quote: Originally Posted by Lermite View Post
A weird side effect is that HWiNFO is now unable to read the fans speed variations: it always show still values despite I hear the fans speed to change.
As working fans is more important than their monitoring, I keep AI Suite.
if you disable in hwinfo usage of asus's wmi interface then it should be able to monitor them.
put AsusWMI=0 at the bottom of HWiNFO64.INI
06-17-2019 02:29 PM
Pilotasso
Quote: Originally Posted by herericc View Post
Well congrats on your easy OC - it seems like the CH6 maxes out around 3600 with 2 DIMMs so managing to achieve 3533 on 4 is very impressive - do you plan on getting a 3rd gen ryzen when they come out? I'm thinking about getting the 16 core then just not upgrading my computer again for like 5 years lol.
Yeah, I am planning to get a 3900X. 16 core would be fun but that base clock is a tad low and the price 300$ more for 4 more extra cores. I also dont have the power supply (Seasonic 760W) or the cooling for that. The cost would escalate much further than the CPU itself.
06-17-2019 12:32 PM
herericc
Quote: Originally Posted by Pilotasso View Post
I just used safe settings calculated for 3533 from Ryzen DRAM calculator. Nothing fancy. I just think the fact having 4266 rated memories makes it easier to attain these speeds.
Well congrats on your easy OC - it seems like the CH6 maxes out around 3600 with 2 DIMMs so managing to achieve 3533 on 4 is very impressive - do you plan on getting a 3rd gen ryzen when they come out? I'm thinking about getting the 16 core then just not upgrading my computer again for like 5 years lol.
06-17-2019 12:25 PM
Pilotasso
Quote: Originally Posted by herericc View Post
Hey Pilotasso,

I noticed you've got the same CPU/RAM/Mobo configuration as me - my RAM is 4x8GB Team Group Dark Pro C14 3200MT B-dies.

What changes did you make from the calculator's values to get stability at 3533? Also have you played around with PBO or BCLK overclocking at all?

I only just got my 2nd set of the ram, so tonight I'll be trying to get it stable with all 32GB at 3200MT to start.
I just used safe settings calculated for 3533 from Ryzen DRAM calculator. Nothing fancy. I just think the fact having 4266 rated memories makes it easier to attain these speeds.
06-17-2019 12:22 PM
GraveNoX New chipset drivers for X370/X470, dated 6/17/2019
X370 - https://www.amd.com/en/support/chips...ocket-am4/x370
X470 - https://www.amd.com/en/support/chips...ocket-am4/x470
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