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06-18-2019 08:24 PM
herericc
herericc

Quote: Originally Posted by The Sandman View Post
Yes mine has been reading high on most values since day one.
Yes it is due to crappy sensor/s and some mobo are better than others. This was covered in the early days here.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/26506128-post31582.html
https://www.overclock.net/forum/26506270-post31597.html

Easy fix is to just measure at the Probelt Points with MM and Offset values in HWinfo accordingly (link above)
I measured mine and use the following negative offsets in HWinfo.

CPU Core Volt = - 0.016
CPU SOC = - 0.03799
Dram = - 0.06580
VDDP = - 0.05000
1.8v = - 0.04399

Better if measured at the socket but Probelt is less risky and for me way closer than with no offset.
This drove me nuts for the longest time as my Dram voltage would always read close to if not over 1.5v.
Now under load I'm pretty much spot on to Probelt Points and a lot more comfortable.
Thanks so much for the reply, this reassures me that I'm probably not cooking my RAM to death.

I haven't taken the time to look on the motherboard - I assume you meant "Probe Points" not Probelt Where are they located? Is it in the motherboard documentation anywhere? I have a DMM I'd like to probe with to set up offsets like you've done.
06-18-2019 05:10 PM
Neilthran Here is an explanation from Robert Hallock about the Ryzen power plan for those interested:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment...evant/eclsig7/

I'm Using 1903 and a different motherboard than you guys, and the new chipset driver installer didn't install the Ryzen power plan, so i'm using the balanced plan, that should be the same.
06-18-2019 04:35 PM
TheRic89 I also still have the Ryzen Balanced plan as well as Windows 1903 and the new chipset drivers(1.6.13.0400). I also still show AMD Software 18.50.16.01 and the AMD_Chipset_Drivers installed in Programs and Features.
06-18-2019 04:05 PM
The Sandman
Quote: Originally Posted by herericc View Post
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

Yes mine has been reading high on most values since day one.
Yes it is due to crappy sensor/s and some mobo are better than others. This was covered in the early days here.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/26506128-post31582.html
https://www.overclock.net/forum/26506270-post31597.html

Easy fix is to just measure at the Probelt Points with MM and Offset values in HWinfo accordingly (link above)
I measured mine and use the following negative offsets in HWinfo.

CPU Core Volt = - 0.016
CPU SOC = - 0.03799
Dram = - 0.06580
VDDP = - 0.05000
1.8v = - 0.04399

Better if measured at the socket but Probelt is less risky and for me way closer than with no offset.
This drove me nuts for the longest time as my Dram voltage would always read close to if not over 1.5v.
Now under load I'm pretty much spot on to Probelt Points and a lot more comfortable.
06-18-2019 03:50 PM
Lermite Actually, I have Win 10 LTSB 1607.
As I want to keep a LTSB/C, I can only upgrade to the LTSC 1809.
Would this be enough to get a significant performance gain?
06-18-2019 03:26 PM
mito1172
Quote: Originally Posted by herericc View Post
Just use windows balanced you haven't needed to use Ryzen balanced for over a year now.
thanks. but Windovs seemed to have the previous ryzen power plan at 1903

Quote: Originally Posted by Lermite View Post
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.
I do not know does not seem to me
06-18-2019 02:04 PM
MishelLngelo Also Time spy before with OC and after (just now) without OC and with Ryzen power saving plan. Lack of better results probably caused by Rx 570.
06-18-2019 01:50 PM
MishelLngelo
Quote: Originally Posted by LicSqualo View Post
Oh well, a "singularity"! Sorry, I don't have an answer for your case, but isn't "regular" as you write (your windows operating system).

If you don't believe me, please google "windows 10 zen improvements"...
I believe you, no problem, I also read abut that improvement, even seen it on youtube but I didn't see any of it.
By regular W10 build I mean a normal one as opposed to Insider builds, Just last week I updated from 1809
06-18-2019 01:25 PM
BUFUMAN He is right!

I did some test and Windows Balanced was faster than AMD Balanced.... Just 2fps or so....



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06-18-2019 12:17 PM
LicSqualo
Quote: Originally Posted by MishelLngelo View Post
I have W10 1903 regular and Insider skip ahead version on another SSD. Also updated chipset drivers to 1.6.13.0400 and AMD Ryzen balanced power plan is there and works.
I also run 3D Mark Time spy and didn't get any significant improvement in scores.
Oh well, a "singularity"! Sorry, I don't have an answer for your case, but isn't "regular" as you write (your windows operating system).

If you don't believe me, please google "windows 10 zen improvements"...
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