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06-27-2019 03:02 AM
ciukacz
Quote: Originally Posted by MishelLngelo View Post
I'm asking because I have troubles with Rescue media with last two BIOS versions for my Prime x470 pro. It boots to it but doesn't run on 4804 and 5007 which are both to provide support for Ryzen 3. Just locks everything up solid. Otherwise MR works fine. I have tried so much troubleshooting that I'm 99.9% sure it's because of BIOS version.
I have seen the BIOS 6808 c6h should be compatible with Ryzen3.
im using paragon winpe to backup nvme drive, no issues on 7002.
06-26-2019 11:24 PM
BulletSponge
Quote: Originally Posted by Ne01 OnnA View Post
We can have easy 4x8GB 4000MHz on Zen2.
The Power is here, rest is up to CPU uArch.
Can, absolutely. Will,........Asus does want to sell new boards.........
06-26-2019 10:16 PM
Ne01 OnnA
Quote: Originally Posted by dev1ance View Post
Do you guys think running DDR4-3600 will be easy with this board when you just plop in Zen 2? I can't get 3400/3466 stable on my current Ryzen 1600x at all even dropping my B-die to CL16 and running 1.45v with active cooling. Even 3333 throws up the odd error during memtesting so I've retreated back down to stock.
We can have easy 4x8GB 4000MHz on Zen2.
The Power is here, rest is up to CPU uArch.
06-26-2019 04:06 PM
dev1ance Do you guys think running DDR4-3600 will be easy with this board when you just plop in Zen 2? I can't get 3400/3466 stable on my current Ryzen 1600x at all even dropping my B-die to CL16 and running 1.45v with active cooling. Even 3333 throws up the odd error during memtesting so I've retreated back down to stock.
06-26-2019 01:20 PM
Xerazal
Quote: Originally Posted by Sideways2k View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Xerazal View Post
Can anyone confirm if 7003 has PBO? Hoping to upgrade my CPU from 1700x to 3900x and take advantage of PBO. If not, then I might upgrade to an x470 C7H, but hoping I won't have to. Taking my rig/loop apart would be a pain in the arse..

PBO has been enabled for the last few bios
Awesome. Loving the upgrade path of AM4.
06-26-2019 12:17 PM
Krisztias
Quote: Originally Posted by Sideways2k View Post
The schedular changes in 1903 need AGESA 1.0.0+ to work properly according to @1usmus . So that's why I'm wanting it personally.
Me too.
06-26-2019 11:49 AM
Sideways2k
Quote: Originally Posted by Xerazal View Post
Can anyone confirm if 7003 has PBO? Hoping to upgrade my CPU from 1700x to 3900x and take advantage of PBO. If not, then I might upgrade to an x470 C7H, but hoping I won't have to. Taking my rig/loop apart would be a pain in the arse..

PBO has been enabled for the last few bios
06-26-2019 11:41 AM
Xerazal Can anyone confirm if 7003 has PBO? Hoping to upgrade my CPU from 1700x to 3900x and take advantage of PBO. If not, then I might upgrade to an x470 C7H, but hoping I won't have to. Taking my rig/loop apart would be a pain in the arse..
06-26-2019 11:19 AM
Ramad Well, good luck having fixes for problems that you don't have in the first place.

That intercore so called "problem" is not a problem, but a tuning that I/O-IMC tuning needed to ensure stability which many have enjoyed since the COMBO have been introduced and I would be happy to see it making a real performance loss in any real world test or program outside a SANDRA test.

The question is if any of you would have noticed any difference in performance if nobody have pointed out intercore tuning for high RAM frequency, my answer is a big NO. It may be noticeable at low frequencies such as 1066MHz or 1333MHz but has a minor impact at 1600MHz (RAM at 3200MT/s) and above which this tuning is aimed at.

Please ask users that have received COMBO 1.0.0.x if they have noticed any difference in RAM latency or real world usage compared to 0.0.7.x, please share and let us know.
06-26-2019 09:51 AM
NotAgain
Quote: Originally Posted by Ramad View Post
What is it that everyone is expecting with AGESA 1.0.0.+, what do you think it's going to bring to your X370 based motherboard? BIOS 7003 is not doing the job?
This:
Quote: Originally Posted by https://twitter.com/1usmus/status/1139232829030764545
Good news for all users of Ryzen. AMD has listened to my comments and fixed problems with Inter-Core Latency , Inter-Core Bandwidth and U Data Latency. Look for BIOSes with AGESA 1.0.0.1 and newer.
I have also read that the newer ComboPi AGESA changes core assignments to match Intel, and is required to benefit from the scheduler improvements to Windows 10, 1903.
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