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08-01-2020 08:46 AM
BUFUMAN
Quote: Originally Posted by Plissken View Post
Since the Windows 2004 update I think, the C6H USB drivers are back to Microsoft's ones and there's no way to update them to the AMD ones (by the way for some reason they are not included in the latest Chipset Drivers that came out yesterday but in the previous package they are present - under the folder x:\AMD\Chipset_Driver_Installer\AMD_Chipset_Driver s\MSIFiles\program files\AMD\Chipset_IODrivers)



This means that the latency problem with the wdf01000.sys is back, at least for me. Tried all the USB ports, 3.0 and 2.0, no luck. Only with the red ASMedia 3.1 USB port I get 0 ISR Count (ASMedia USB drivers installed).



Any solution to this?



Edit

Ok I solved it updating by giving the \AMD folder path so it found the drivers by itself.



BTW, looks like the AMD USB drivers are located in x:\AMD\Chipset_Driver_Installer\AMD_Chipset_Driver s\IODriver folder (previous chipset drivers), anyway just give the \AMD path with the subfolders flag checked and it will install the drivers. Now I dont get any ISR Count anymore on the second USB 3.0 row, which I have the mouse and keyboard connected. Damn you Microsoft (and AMD somehow).
I had the same situation. If you use the Win7 driver you will have long boot times.

My solution was to use the Asmedia Port with the latest driver (you need them) via a USB 3.0 Hub

I orderd my MSI x570 Tomahawk. Not at Stock at Amazon atm. I hope this will be better. Hope....

Btw with a Ryzen 3xxx you have 3 SATA Controller. But only one is connected to all SATA Ports over the Chipset (as i know)




Gesendet von meinem LYA-L29 mit Tapatalk
07-31-2020 01:20 PM
ocburn Hey everyone.
Who's update from 7704 to 7803 with Ryzen 3600 an 2x B-Die?
Any goods here?
07-31-2020 09:23 AM
herericc I know this is overclock.net but I've just been running XMP and stock settings for a few months now - no appreciable difference in my games and I have stopped having issues lol. (apart from the PCIE speed but that's a GPU issue nothing to do with my mobo/cpu.)

I'm planning to downsize to ITX at some point, so i might try OCing my ram again when I make that change + get ryzen 4k. Should be a lot easier to OC it with only 2 sticks in 2 slots.
07-31-2020 08:52 AM
Kildar Also, my system still downvolts to .984 volts and will not go back up without a reboot!

This is getting ******* anoying!!!!
07-30-2020 10:10 AM
leandrolnh
Quote: Originally Posted by Kildar View Post
Lost 100 MHz boost with this.
It may have installed a new power plan. Check to see if you old powerplan is still selected.
07-30-2020 07:27 AM
Disc0
Quote: Originally Posted by herericc View Post
Can you guys share your GPU-Z page? I have a 3900x, using the latest bios, an NVME drive, 4 devices connected to SATA, and a 2080 non super, and my GPUz reports 8GT/S...

Shouldn't that be 16?

https://imgur.com/a/8mcxqug

07-30-2020 05:42 AM
Fanu
Quote: Originally Posted by Kildar View Post
Lost 100 MHz boost with this.
No such issue with 2700X and C6E (still boost to 4340MHz)
07-30-2020 04:59 AM
Kildar
Quote: Originally Posted by xzamples View Post
New chipset driver

https://www.amd.com/en/support/chips...ocket-am4/x370

Revision Number
2.07.14.327

File Size
48 MB

Release Date
7/21/2020
Lost 100 MHz boost with this.
07-29-2020 03:27 PM
herericc
Quote: Originally Posted by JoonX86 View Post
I have SN750 and 1080TI, and showing 16X here.

I guess I should test with my RX570 then to see if it's the GPU or the mobo.

Thanks for the reply!
07-29-2020 02:10 PM
JoonX86
Quote: Originally Posted by herericc View Post
Can you guys share your GPU-Z page? I have a 3900x, using the latest bios, an NVME drive, 4 devices connected to SATA, and a 2080 non super, and my GPUz reports 8GT/S...

Shouldn't that be 16?

https://imgur.com/a/8mcxqug
I have SN750 and 1080TI, and showing 16X here.

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