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06-17-2019 02:29 PM
Pilotasso
Quote: Originally Posted by herericc View Post
Well congrats on your easy OC - it seems like the CH6 maxes out around 3600 with 2 DIMMs so managing to achieve 3533 on 4 is very impressive - do you plan on getting a 3rd gen ryzen when they come out? I'm thinking about getting the 16 core then just not upgrading my computer again for like 5 years lol.
Yeah, I am planning to get a 3900X. 16 core would be fun but that base clock is a tad low and the price 300$ more for 4 more extra cores. I also dont have the power supply (Seasonic 760W) or the cooling for that. The cost would escalate much further than the CPU itself.
06-17-2019 12:32 PM
herericc
Quote: Originally Posted by Pilotasso View Post
I just used safe settings calculated for 3533 from Ryzen DRAM calculator. Nothing fancy. I just think the fact having 4266 rated memories makes it easier to attain these speeds.
Well congrats on your easy OC - it seems like the CH6 maxes out around 3600 with 2 DIMMs so managing to achieve 3533 on 4 is very impressive - do you plan on getting a 3rd gen ryzen when they come out? I'm thinking about getting the 16 core then just not upgrading my computer again for like 5 years lol.
06-17-2019 12:25 PM
Pilotasso
Quote: Originally Posted by herericc View Post
Hey Pilotasso,

I noticed you've got the same CPU/RAM/Mobo configuration as me - my RAM is 4x8GB Team Group Dark Pro C14 3200MT B-dies.

What changes did you make from the calculator's values to get stability at 3533? Also have you played around with PBO or BCLK overclocking at all?

I only just got my 2nd set of the ram, so tonight I'll be trying to get it stable with all 32GB at 3200MT to start.
I just used safe settings calculated for 3533 from Ryzen DRAM calculator. Nothing fancy. I just think the fact having 4266 rated memories makes it easier to attain these speeds.
06-17-2019 12:22 PM
GraveNoX New chipset drivers for X370/X470, dated 6/17/2019
X370 - https://www.amd.com/en/support/chips...ocket-am4/x370
X470 - https://www.amd.com/en/support/chips...ocket-am4/x470
06-17-2019 11:40 AM
herericc
Quote: Originally Posted by Pilotasso View Post
Old news however the community is hell bent on modded BIOS to get that feature re-activated.
Hey Pilotasso,

I noticed you've got the same CPU/RAM/Mobo configuration as me - my RAM is 4x8GB Team Group Dark Pro C14 3200MT B-dies.

What changes did you make from the calculator's values to get stability at 3533? Also have you played around with PBO or BCLK overclocking at all?

I only just got my 2nd set of the ram, so tonight I'll be trying to get it stable with all 32GB at 3200MT to start.
06-17-2019 11:15 AM
Pilotasso Old news however the community is hell bent on modded BIOS to get that feature re-activated.
06-16-2019 05:37 PM
Naeem
Quote: Originally Posted by Dr. Vodka View Post
To make things even weirder, 7002 is gone from the official BIOS releases list. You can still download it, though.



https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RO...HelpDesk_BIOS/



looks like PCI-E 4 support is getting locked down
06-16-2019 05:31 PM
iNeri
Quote: Originally Posted by iNeri View Post
Well, at same voltage and timings i can only get 3400 on the CH6E vs 3466 mhz on the taichi :/



It could be worse xD
Forget it, as soon i mod voltage or OC to CPU this ram OC dont work anymore. Cant pass the test no matter what i do. Damn it Asus, if this mobo come to the market 6 months later than C6H why you dont take care of, at least tunned the mobo to be equal on RAM OC :@

Anyway. With UV to -.075 LLC2, default enhacer and custom PBO to 200-110-150 i can get 3333 OC ram at 1.39v:



I dont know, on the taichi i was able to do 102 bclk OC and UV -.0375v. The RAM oc there was 3466 CL14-15-14-14 GD disabled 1t. Totally stable.

Other thing is, if i put 102 bclk here the latency goes as if i manual OC on cache NS: L1 1.0 ns L2 3.0ns L3 9.0+ ns while on the taichi with bclk i get L1 0.9 ns L2 2.8 NS LC 8.6 ns.

If i use bclk OC this mobo do 2 post from a cold boot. The taichi no problem, even boots faster. And while i run TM5 stress test on the taichi i can use the PC no problem, here is unusable while running.

Its a beauty piece of hardware, tons of features. It hurts that the performance is low than a lower end MOBO. I mean, is not Asrock the low cost brand of asustek? well, they doing it better
06-16-2019 02:22 PM
mito1172
Quote: Originally Posted by Dr. Vodka View Post
To make things even weirder, 7002 is gone from the official BIOS releases list. You can still download it, though.



https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RO...HelpDesk_BIOS/


Why did he do that after 1 month? strange
06-16-2019 07:02 AM
LicSqualo
Quote: Originally Posted by elmor View Post
By the "secondary VGA slot", do you mean PCIEX8_2 (grey) or PCIEX4_3 (black)?

If you're using PCIEX8_2 for the PCI-E x4 M.2 card, the VGA in the first slot would run at x8. But if you use the PCIEX4_3 slot which is through the chipset PCI-E lanes and not the CPU, the VGA would still run at x16. The on-board M.2 slot is dedicated from the CPU and not shared with anything else. GPU-Z is usually very reliable for checking how many lanes are used by the graphics card.
Yes the PCIEX8_2 for the m2 card.
The "strange" is that all the Info software show X16 for the Vega64.
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