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07-03-2020 05:20 PM
abso
Quote: Originally Posted by Dr. Vodka View Post
Huh. So we both got flashback working again by manually updating the entire BIOS with 1usmus' method.

That's interesting. Maybe something went bad somewhere in the update chain at some point and it borked the flashback functionality.

Good to know it can be fixed.




You're right. This changed with the latest AGESA. Gotta be careful.
Im not on 7803 anymore, I flashed back to 7704 cuz 3800mhz/IF1900 wouldnt boot anymore
07-03-2020 04:24 PM
Dr. Vodka
Quote: Originally Posted by BoMbY View Post
I finally got to it, and that actually works. Thanks!
Huh. So we both got flashback working again by manually updating the entire BIOS with 1usmus' method.

That's interesting. Maybe something went bad somewhere in the update chain at some point and it borked the flashback functionality.

Good to know it can be fixed.


Quote: Originally Posted by Dollar View Post
Be very careful here because it changed. In the older agesa 1.0.0.4 bios you would put 950. In the new 1.0.0.6 bios you need to use 0.950.
You're right. This changed with the latest AGESA. Gotta be careful.
07-03-2020 04:21 PM
overpower Any ideas on why bclk and cpu ratio are greyed out? Ofc i have set to manual and for now I use pstates to oc. This happened with the new bios. Clearing cmos didnt help. Should I reflash?
07-03-2020 01:23 PM
Dollar
Quote: Originally Posted by abso View Post
ahh ok, was confused because I was unable to put in 0.950 like in pretty much any other Voltage setting. So I just put in 950 there instead?

Be very careful here because it changed. In the older agesa 1.0.0.4 bios you would put 950. In the new 1.0.0.6 bios you need to use 0.950.
07-03-2020 01:16 PM
abso
Quote: Originally Posted by Dr. Vodka View Post
They're two different things. Leave VDDP alone.

VDDP and CLDO_VDDP are both in the extreme tweaker section, at least with my 1700. CLDO_VDDP accepts input in mV, VDDP can be increased or decreased in steps.
ahh ok, was confused because I was unable to put in 0.950 like in pretty much any other Voltage setting. So I just put in 950 there instead?
07-03-2020 12:08 PM
overpower
Quote: Originally Posted by TheRic89 View Post
Is the final version of 7803 expected to be the last BIOS for C6H?

Thanks


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Could be. Rumors have it to support the new ryzen cpus, so if the mb need a bios update for them, we might get another one
07-03-2020 11:06 AM
Ryoz
Quote: Originally Posted by abso View Post
Im trying to set cLDO VDDP Voltage to 0.950V. Anyone knows where I can do that in the BIOS? I can only find cLDO VDDG Voltage
it is inside tweakers paradise.
07-03-2020 10:48 AM
BoMbY
Quote: Originally Posted by Dr. Vodka View Post
Hmm, now that you mention it, at one point I did manually do a BIOS update using 1usmus' method. After that in addition redoing my USB drive, it started working. Hmmm.
I finally got to it, and that actually works. Thanks!
07-03-2020 10:10 AM
Dr. Vodka
Quote: Originally Posted by abso View Post
Was able to find cLDO VDDP Voltage and VDDP Voltage. It only lets me enter voltage value in VDDP Voltage. Is that the correct one and why are there 2 of them?
They're two different things. Leave VDDP alone.

VDDP and CLDO_VDDP are both in the extreme tweaker section, at least with my 1700. CLDO_VDDP accepts input in mV, VDDP can be increased or decreased in steps.
07-03-2020 09:41 AM
abso
Quote: Originally Posted by xeizo View Post
It should be on the second Tab in bios, not the AI Tweaker tab, at the bottom. Inside AMD CBS or Overclocking, or whatever options you have at the bottom of that page.
Was able to find cLDO VDDP Voltage and VDDP Voltage. It only lets me enter voltage value in VDDP Voltage. Is that the correct one and why are there 2 of them?
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