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06-02-2020 06:03 PM
abso
Quote: Originally Posted by sneida View Post
advanced\amd cbs\nbio common options\smu common options
cppc
cppc preferred cores
Turned them all on Enabled but it makes no difference if I use 1usmus Universal or Ryzen Balanced. The boost clocks look the same on both power plans.
06-02-2020 02:47 PM
SpecChum
Quote: Originally Posted by TheRic89 View Post
Is this actually an issue if you don't notice any stuttering during music/movies/games and latencymon says your system is suitable for real-time audio?

Thanks
No, it's normal. You should only have high latency if something is wrong.
06-02-2020 02:44 PM
SpecChum
Quote: Originally Posted by abso View Post
Before updating the default USB drivers to the ASMedia ones Wdf01000.sys went up on all my usb ports at the back and front. The only difference I could see was it went up slower when using the top row USB3 ports at the back. With the ASMedia driver now Wdf01000.sys doesnt go up at any usb ports (USB2 & USB3) except the top row at the back that still goes up same as before. I dont think it has anything to do with USB3 or USB2 but if you connect the Mouse to a port connected via chipset or directly via CPU.

Common sense tells me that usb ports connected with lanes directly to the CPU should have lower delay than the chipset ones.
Interesting, maybe the ASMedia drivers are forcing MSI mode? All controllers on this board are USB3, so USB2 and it's legacy interrupts are emulated, which is driver dependant.

If you run this (as admin) you should see all your USB controllers are running in MSI mode. Only the HD Audio Controller should be legacy.

But I do see where you're coming from with the latency.
06-02-2020 02:10 PM
TheRic89
Quote: Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post
Um, guys, I think you're getting a little confused with ISR Count and what it means.

It's meant to go up, that's how it works. Whenever you move the mouse it generates an interrupt to say "hey, I've moved, do something!" - ISR Count is how many times this interrupt has fired.

On mutli-core systems you'll normally find stuff like Wdf01000 happens on the least favoured core so it causes the least impact.

It's only an issue if there's something causing the Highest Execution time to go up too high, which is what causes stutters etc.

USB2 uses this interrupt system via Wdf01000.sys, USB3 doesn't, so by using a different controller, presumably now USB3, you're shifting the ISR somewhere else, but it's still happening, otherwise your mouse pointer wouldn't move.

EDIT: For those interested, USB3 uses an MSI interrupt system by default vs the USB2 favoured legacy mode
Is this actually an issue if you don't notice any stuttering during music/movies/games and latencymon says your system is suitable for real-time audio?

Thanks
06-02-2020 01:47 PM
abso
Quote: Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post
Um, guys, I think you're getting a little confused with ISR Count and what it means.

It's meant to go up, that's how it works. Whenever you move the mouse it generates an interrupt to say "hey, I've moved, do something!" - ISR Count is how many times this interrupt has fired.

On mutli-core systems you'll normally find stuff like Wdf01000 happens on the least favoured core so it causes the least impact.

It's only an issue if there's something causing the Highest Execution time to go up too high, which is what causes stutters etc.

USB2 uses this interrupt system via Wdf01000.sys, USB3 doesn't, so by using a different controller, presumably now USB3, you're shifting the ISR somewhere else, but it's still happening, otherwise your mouse pointer wouldn't move.

EDIT: For those interested, USB3 uses an MSI interrupt system by default vs the USB2 favoured legacy mode
Before updating the default USB drivers to the ASMedia ones Wdf01000.sys went up on all my usb ports at the back and front. The only difference I could see was it went up slower when using the top row USB3 ports at the back. With the ASMedia driver now Wdf01000.sys doesnt go up at any usb ports (USB2 & USB3) except the top row at the back that still goes up same as before. I dont think it has anything to do with USB3 or USB2 but if you connect the Mouse to a port connected via chipset or directly via CPU.

Common sense tells me that usb ports connected with lanes directly to the CPU should have lower delay than the chipset ones.
06-02-2020 10:48 AM
Performer81 3950X is no problem with this board. If you are lucky even Ryzen 4000 lineup will run on that board, officially not but time will tell.
06-02-2020 10:01 AM
candasulas
Quote: Originally Posted by roco_smith View Post
Just for let you know you got the best dawn board of X370 and X470 AM4 lineup ,period!!!
I own this board since the 1800X and now with the Ryzen 3000 cpu, bios update this board is even better than ever
You will not have any problems what so ever using your actual hardware, just make sure to update to the latest Bios and learn hot to do it via USB Bios flashback future.
For overclocking actually I using 4x8GB Samsung die memory at 3800 mhz pair with 3900x . cpu oc there are some ways to do it me for me the best way is trough Ryzen Master , on Bios everything else auto except your memory.

When my motherboard arrives, I will use the BIOS update as you said.
I am thinking of getting the 3950X processor in the future. I can also use that processor with this motherboard, right?
ASUS Crosshair Extreme As far as I know as VRM and Faz, the X570 is equivalent to motherboards?
06-02-2020 06:52 AM
SpecChum
Quote: Originally Posted by roco_smith View Post
Just for let you know you got the best dawn board of X370 and X470 AM4 lineup ,period!!!
I own this board since the 1800X and now with the Ryzen 3000 cpu, bios update this board is even better than ever
You will not have any problems what so ever using your actual hardware, just make sure to update to the latest Bios and learn hot to do it via USB Bios flashback future.
For overclocking actually I using 4x8GB Samsung die memory at 3800 mhz pair with 3900x . cpu oc there are some ways to do it me for me the best way is trough Ryzen Master , on Bios everything else auto except your memory.
Only thing missing, for me anyway, is ARGB.

Saying that, if you've got anything Corsair that uses RGB you can just get one of these: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Corsair-RGB...item56bc07fc30
06-02-2020 06:20 AM
roco_smith
Quote: Originally Posted by candasulas View Post
Hello to everyone.
Within 10-15 days, I will receive the Asus X370 Crosshair Extreme motherboard.
(I don't give money, it comes as a gift)

My current system includes Ryzen 7 3800x,
Asus B450-E Gaming and
64gb (4x16) 3200Mhz Gskill Tridentz Ram
and Asus Strix Vega 64.

I thought of including the X370 Crosshair motherboard system, which will come as a gift.
Can I use it without any problems with the processors and rams I have?
I also think of doing overclocking. So would it make sense to switch to ASUS CH Extreme X370?

Can you give me an idea?
Just for let you know you got the best dawn board of X370 and X470 AM4 lineup ,period!!!
I own this board since the 1800X and now with the Ryzen 3000 cpu, bios update this board is even better than ever
You will not have any problems what so ever using your actual hardware, just make sure to update to the latest Bios and learn hot to do it via USB Bios flashback future.
For overclocking actually I using 4x8GB Samsung die memory at 3800 mhz pair with 3900x . cpu oc there are some ways to do it me for me the best way is trough Ryzen Master , on Bios everything else auto except your memory.
06-02-2020 03:56 AM
SpecChum Um, guys, I think you're getting a little confused with ISR Count and what it means.

It's meant to go up, that's how it works. Whenever you move the mouse it generates an interrupt to say "hey, I've moved, do something!" - ISR Count is how many times this interrupt has fired.

On mutli-core systems you'll normally find stuff like Wdf01000 happens on the least favoured core so it causes the least impact.

It's only an issue if there's something causing the Highest Execution time to go up too high, which is what causes stutters etc.

USB2 uses this interrupt system via Wdf01000.sys, USB3 doesn't, so by using a different controller, presumably now USB3, you're shifting the ISR somewhere else, but it's still happening, otherwise your mouse pointer wouldn't move.

EDIT: For those interested, USB3 uses an MSI interrupt system by default vs the USB2 favoured legacy mode
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