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11-20-2019 06:59 PM
Pimpmuckl
Quote: Originally Posted by Sonyswarm View Post
Looks like Asus removed the C6H from their ROG forum description of AM4 boards. Should we move on? I have a 3900X but I still want support, what are chances that Asus stops updating bios for this board?
The chance is zero. They are updating their BIOS of different AM4 boards and 1st gen obviously needs a lot of work.
11-20-2019 06:39 PM
theantipop91
Quote: Originally Posted by Sonyswarm View Post
Looks like Asus removed the C6H from their ROG forum description of AM4 boards. Should we move on? I have a 3900X but I still want support, what are chances that Asus stops updating bios for this board?
Maybe make an official Crosshair VI x370 thread in this forum? https://rog.asus.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?155 - unfortunately I'm unable to create a new topic yet.
11-20-2019 04:17 PM
Sonyswarm Looks like Asus removed the C6H from their ROG forum description of AM4 boards. Should we move on? I have a 3900X but I still want support, what are chances that Asus stops updating bios for this board?
11-20-2019 03:41 PM
Neoony
Quote: Originally Posted by buyology View Post
Hey guys i have a question.


I'm setting the dram voltage to 1.35v on bios but when i'm checking it from HWinfo, it's always show higher than i set. Is that a sensor problem?

Mine is also a bit higher.
Been discussed here in the thread quite a few times.


1.42V =
Current - Min - Max - Avg




Jumps around a bit.

I would say I didnt have this issue in the most early BIOSes, but later it was always like that.
11-20-2019 02:06 PM
Sideways2k
Quote: Originally Posted by buyology View Post
Hey guys i have a question.


I'm setting the dram voltage to 1.35v on bios but when i'm checking it from HWinfo, it's always show higher than i set. Is that a sensor problem?

Yes it is a sensor problem. Been like that since the start. People have tested voltages with multimeters and they readout pretty much what you set.


My ram is at 1.4v but readouts at 1.461v
11-20-2019 01:47 PM
mito1172
Quote: Originally Posted by buyology View Post
Hey guys i have a question.


I'm setting the dram voltage to 1.35v on bios but when i'm checking it from HWinfo, it's always show higher than i set. Is that a sensor problem?
yes my 1.37 looks no problem
11-20-2019 01:14 PM
buyology Hey guys i have a question.


I'm setting the dram voltage to 1.35v on bios but when i'm checking it from HWinfo, it's always show higher than i set. Is that a sensor problem?
11-19-2019 03:40 PM
Yviena
Quote: Originally Posted by oile View Post
Thank you. Done and applied but it didn't change my memory latency. I'll keep it to cpu 1 anyway

No news about agesa 1004, let's hope for the end of November
Did you go into power plan settings afterwards after unhiding the setting, and change interrupt steering to processor 1?
for my 3700x it did change the memory latency.
11-19-2019 03:09 AM
oile
Quote: Originally Posted by Yviena View Post
You need to download https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/wi...tility.416058/ and unhide interrupt steering.
Thank you. Done and applied but it didn't change my memory latency. I'll keep it to cpu 1 anyway

No news about agesa 1004, let's hope for the end of November
11-19-2019 02:43 AM
apxitektop any NEWS ABOUT AGESA 1.0.0.4 ) ?
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