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01-17-2020 09:13 PM
amin12345
Quote: Originally Posted by jamesmca View Post
So this, and the message you quoted seems to work really well on my 3900x! Although the voltage default is really low, like .980 constantly. I had to set a manual to 1.29, however it seems ok....
(edit spelling)
Although setting the PPT TO 1500 TDC TO 1500 EDC TO 1 and LLC level 3 helped I still crashed once in awhile I then changed some other settings in the BIOS when I have the time I will check and post it here! This time it will be 100% stable as I haven't had any crashes during the 2 days I used the PC.

SINGLE CORE HITS THE LIMIT MORE FREQUENTLY AT 4676MHZ
AND MUTI CORE STEADY AT 4199MHZ WHEN RUNNING CINEBENCH R20
WHILE GAMING ITS 4424MHZ.
01-17-2020 08:22 PM
oreonutz Hey Everyone. I am Looking for members of the community who want to beta test a new feature in a popular Program we all use.

This feature now gives you the ability to create new custom "Delta Sensor", by taking the Value of one of your Temperature Sensors (ex. Water Temp), and then subtract the value of another Temperature Sensor. (ex. Ambient Temp). The result will be displayed as new Sensor (Ex. Delta Temp).

This feature could be extremely useful for certain USB Fan Controllers, that allow you to import sensors from other software. This would now give you the ability to base a fan curve off of a Delta Sensor, instead of Water Temperature, saving you a pretty penny on a more expensive fan controller if You want the ability to use a Delta T Temp to create a fan curve around.

I need some other community members that are as excited about this feature as I am to help me test it. Let me know if you are interested.
01-17-2020 06:48 PM
jamesmca
Quote: Originally Posted by amin12345 View Post
Ok guys I figured out how to get it stable.
Go to advanced/amd overclocking/amd overclocking/precision boost override

PPT TO 1500
TDC TO 1500
EDC TO 1
My LLC is set to 3

No more crashes after 3 hours using chrome browser watching YouTube etc.
CPU 3900X
BIOS 7501.
So this, and the message you quoted seems to work really well on my 3900x! Although the voltage default is really low, like .980 constantly. I had to set a manual to 1.29, however it seems ok....
(edit spelling)
01-17-2020 10:08 AM
sonaty96
Quote: Originally Posted by Fanu View Post
I have 2700x on C6E with latest BIOS - no issues so far

the only issue I have is that white led (according to the manual it signals GPU issues) is on (on the motherboard) for some reason
Did you tried 7601 version?

Is there a difference?
01-17-2020 08:26 AM
roco_smith
Quote: Originally Posted by Giuseppe Io View Post
LLC auto

cpu core off set + 0.05

Very good per my 3950x
HI Can get your Bios setting for this offset , thanks
01-17-2020 02:39 AM
Fanu
Quote: Originally Posted by sonaty96 View Post
my bios is 6401 and I'm using 2700x

I heard there is a booting issue in 7601 bios.

Is 7704 bios good for 2700x than 6401?

my board is C6E
I have 2700x on C6E with latest BIOS - no issues so far

the only issue I have is that white led (according to the manual it signals GPU issues) is on (on the motherboard) for some reason
01-16-2020 05:33 PM
amin12345
Quote: Originally Posted by Giuseppe Io View Post
LLC auto

cpu core off set + 0.05

Very good per my 3950x

Do you get any windows BSOD? or freezes or PC shutting down randomly?
and are you using EDC 1?
01-16-2020 02:01 PM
Neoony
Quote: Originally Posted by BUFUMAN View Post
I think most of the user are using the Asus fanexpert.

Let figure it out:

Who has or had Fan issues?

Did you use "ANY" Asus Software and also calibrate over windows?

Did you calibrate it over UEFI?

PWM or DC?

Fan Manufacturer?




Gesendet von meinem LYA-L29 mit Tapatalk

I did have issues when I one time installed AIsuite and I "disabled" it (I disabled the startups and services).
Some time later I updated to some BIOS version and I started to have issues of CPU fans spinning 100%
Took some time to figure out that it was AIsuite. It was fine as soon as I uninstalled it.

There was also one BIOS version where if I would calibrate fans in BIOS, it would start spinning 100% until clearing CMOS and calibrating again would result in same issue.

Dont really remember the BIOS versions, but it was some of the older ones (before 6401)

Other than that, I mostly didnt have any issues and I went through most of the BIOS versions.

I was only calibrating fans because I could go under 20% minimum with 3 fans on 1 header, but it would take X times of calibration for it to detect properly 5% minimum. (5% would make 2 of them stop - sound reasons)
But at some point I stopped calibrating, because I want them to always use at least 20%, to help cool down Radeon VII while CPU is barely used. (since about RVII release date)
And also it was a pain to run calibration X times to detect lower than 20% minimum, as the resulted min % would always be different.

Now I am always using PWM - Manual - No calibration.

No issues.

Arctic F12 PWM PST fans (On AIO Arctic Liquid Freezer 360) - 3x on CPU header / 3x on Fan 2 Header
(Rest of case fans on NZXT GRID V3 fan controller)


[ seems like the forums are adding extra new lines in my post ? D: ]
01-16-2020 01:22 PM
Giuseppe Io
Quote: Originally Posted by amin12345 View Post
I am still getting BSOD. The things I have tried so far are playing windows power plan, LLC LEVEL 3-4 setting the cpu core -0.018v offset...if anyone has a fix for the BSOD pls share.

LLC auto

cpu core off set + 0.05

Very good per my 3950x
01-16-2020 01:19 PM
Giuseppe Io
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