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03-13-2020 11:49 AM
@purple Something new in the latest bios for ROG Strix X570-E ?
02-22-2020 09:48 AM
Reous It is still working with Ryzen 3000, but broken with Ryzen 1000/2000.
02-22-2020 08:51 AM
Gacrux
Quote: Originally Posted by Reous View Post
Okay, i thought you have a newer bios. BCLK Spread Sprectrum is only broken since Agesa Combo AM4. With older ones it is working.
How do you know that?

I tested with modded Beta 5406 ComboPI 1.0.0.4 patch B and shows 100.0MHz BCLK in HWiNFO64, the same way with the modded 5220 AGESA 1.0.0.3ABBA.

If I enable SB Clock Spread Spectrum on both versions, I have a slighty decrease in clock and both shows BCLK at 99.8MHz.

CPU-Z seems to read wrong always at 99.8MHz no matter how the option is set.

Even PBO that everyone says is slighty broken in ComboPI 1.0.0.4 patch B works the same way with AGESA 1.0.0.3ABBA, after a few hours messing with the options I found that PPT 300, TDC 250, EDC 0 and Scalar 4X gives me the highest score in Cinebench R20, 5030 pts in multicore and 513 pts in single (Ryzen 7 3700X).
02-15-2020 04:49 AM
mat9v I'm happy to say it does work correctly
Now I have 4.6Ghz back instead of not even 4525Mhz that all 1004B series bioses have given me.
02-15-2020 03:05 AM
Reous The format is kinda the same, just different ending. I use the .bin because the FD44Editor give this as output.

A Bios flash is never safe. With flashrom i never had any problems if i used a Ryzen 3000 processor. Flashrom erases the whole bios chip, so 1003ABBA should work correctly in my opinion.
02-15-2020 01:32 AM
mat9v I have a question(s)
UEFITool spits out "rom" file. Is that file in the same format as "bin" file used in Strix-570 bios flasher in the first page of this thread?
Can I use the "rom" file to safely flash bios on Prime X570 Pro board?
They are the same size (to the last byte) while the "cap" file is 4Kb larger.

Oh, and will changing AGESA from 1004B to 1003ABBA even work correctly?
02-09-2020 07:59 PM
NCSUZoSo @Reous thanks for the BIOS, I look forward to testing it out with the 1usmus CPP!

Even without the missing BIOS settings, the CPP really helped with basically everything. Temperatures and performance both seem to be better on my 3950X (on H2O) + X570-E + 64GB DDR4 3733 CL18 1.43V + 1070 (on H2O). Less core ramping and proper downclocking. I really didn't like any of the default power plans, they all had downsides to one another. The 1usmus plan seems to really hit the sweet spot, but I still need to do more testing.

I can't wait until I've been through this BIOS enough that it only takes me 20s to put all the settings in, like on my ASRock Z77 OC Formula! I held onto my 3770K until the 3950X came out, haha. Talk about an upgrade!!

For anyone interested I found this thread on the AMD forums and I made a detailed post comparing power plans: https://community.amd.com/message/29...omment-2956669
01-25-2020 08:00 AM
CaptainZombie I am thinking of going with the Strix X570i Gaming, how is this board? I built my system back in July with the 3900x + Asus Taichi X570, but I am considering going back to ITX.
01-19-2020 07:13 AM
kazablanka
Quote: Originally Posted by Reous View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by ChorizoNinja View Post
Yes, I mean PCI-E bifurcation
Haven't noticed a setting called like this yet.




Quote: Originally Posted by kazablanka View Post
@Reous ,I switched from msi x570 ace to asus strix x570 i gaming and I lost the stability of IF at 1900mhz whatever voltages I set. Is the CLDO vddp voltage on asus the same voltage with the vddp voltage on msi?
If you still have both boards then check it with Ryzen Master. Haven't had a MSI board since ages [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif[/IMG]

Ι checked it ,is the same ,I can't understand why this board can't run if at 1900mhz stable.

Ps: for me, msi boards are far away from Asus board. This was a huge downgrade for me. I wish msi had a mini itx x570 board.
01-17-2020 02:36 AM
Reous
Quote: Originally Posted by ChorizoNinja View Post
Yes, I mean PCI-E bifurcation
Haven't noticed a setting called like this yet.




Quote: Originally Posted by kazablanka View Post
@Reous ,I switched from msi x570 ace to asus strix x570 i gaming and I lost the stability of IF at 1900mhz whatever voltages I set. Is the CLDO vddp voltage on asus the same voltage with the vddp voltage on msi?
If you still have both boards then check it with Ryzen Master. Haven't had a MSI board since ages
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