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|07-13-2020 06:18 PM|
EDC bug will lower your AVX performance no matter which mobo you use.
It in no way negatively effects AVX performance.
EDIT: This is on my C7H, the C6E scores better in everything by about 2%.
|07-13-2020 03:37 PM|
|theantipop91||Has anyone had issues installing the latest chipset drivers on their C6H? Mine just fail everytime, even after a full AMD uninstall first...|
|07-13-2020 03:09 PM|
|07-13-2020 10:01 AM|
|datspike||EDC bug will lower your AVX performance no matter which mobo you use.|
|07-13-2020 08:48 AM|
|07-13-2020 08:43 AM|
Doesn't work out of the box (blame ASUS for that), but you can use an external tool like ZenStates to display the temperature on the Q-Code display.
You can use this program, there's an option to enable temps for qcode https://github.com/irusanov/ZenStates/releases. iirc it's a fork of https://www.overclock.net/forum/13-a...zenstates.html
Just be sure Qcode isn't disabled after post
I guess I have only seen ZenStates before it had this feature. Since I used it before
|07-13-2020 07:38 AM|
|07-13-2020 07:37 AM|
|07-13-2020 06:29 AM|
When the speed drops down to 1.7GHz or around there it means that you're using too high an EDC value. You'll want to reduce your EDC value until it stops. I don't think PPT or TDC will change it.
I dropped EDC from 16 to 15 and it seems to be performing better now.
|07-13-2020 04:55 AM|
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