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06-26-2019 09:09 AM
malakudi @upgraditus : For some reason, the 's' character is displayed in your posts as s and makes reading difficult.
06-26-2019 08:55 AM
upgraditus
Quote: Originally Posted by crakej View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by upgraditus View Post
Picked up one of these boards open box, question for owners; is it normal for RAM sub timings to differ slightly from cha a to cha b? First time I'm seeing this.
There are a couple of timings which left on auto, sometimes has different timings for Chan A and Chan B. One of these is tRDWR, which I almost always leave on auto whatever my other settings, and it will set say 8T for one channel and 7T for the other. It makes sense really as one of the slots is further from the CPU.

You will find that all of the Stilt's timing profiles also set this to auto, and he knows what he's doing!
Thank you very much!

Another thing I noticed was the latency got worse as I went from docp 3000 cl15 Vs manual (dram calc timing&#115 to say 3200 cl14. This should be the opposite right?
06-26-2019 05:25 AM
crakej
Quote: Originally Posted by upgraditus View Post
Picked up one of these boards open box, question for owners; is it normal for RAM sub timings to differ slightly from cha a to cha b? First time I'm seeing this.
There are a couple of timings which left on auto, sometimes has different timings for Chan A and Chan B. One of these is tRDWR, which I almost always leave on auto whatever my other settings, and it will set say 8T for one channel and 7T for the other. It makes sense really as one of the slots is further from the CPU.

You will find that all of the Stilt's timing profiles also set this to auto, and he knows what he's doing!
06-26-2019 04:45 AM
upgraditus Picked up one of these boards open box, question for owners; is it normal for RAM sub timings to differ slightly from cha a to cha b? First time I'm seeing this.
06-26-2019 12:31 AM
malakudi
Quote: Originally Posted by BeetleatWar1977 View Post
i got 1.55V without offset and 1.45 with -0,1 Offset (both PBO enabled)
Check when all cores are working please, for example on CB20 multi-core test.
06-25-2019 08:01 PM
BeetleatWar1977
Quote: Originally Posted by malakudi View Post
Hi Reous, can you comment about my finding of negative voltage offset not working with PBO enabled on 5007?
i got 1.55V without offset and 1.45 with -0,1 Offset (both PBO enabled)
06-25-2019 01:10 PM
malakudi
Quote: Originally Posted by Reous View Post
Taken of the newest 5007 Bios. Just have made the settings visible.
Hi Reous, can you comment about my finding of negative voltage offset not working with PBO enabled on 5007?
06-25-2019 05:39 AM
MishelLngelo
Quote: Originally Posted by malakudi View Post
1.416V on CB20 multi-core? Do you use negative offset voltage?
Indeed it works better performance wise if you can keep lower temperatures, but I think the voltages used are too high for all-core boost and the negative offset doesn't seem to work.

I tried to put 110 on thermal limit setting but didn't do any difference compared with 0.
It's on auto
06-25-2019 04:40 AM
malakudi
Quote: Originally Posted by MishelLngelo View Post
Yes, I have that underscore on black screen too but I thought it was because of 3 way multiboot, 2 Windows and a mint on separate SSDs.
PBO still pushes up to 1.416v but my cooler keeps temps under 62c. I didn't see any dropouts under full load. Now it even works better, pushing several cores to 4.3+.
Still don't know what to do with that thermal limit setting and left it at 0. Maybe feature for next gen ? Maybe all will work better ?
1.416V on CB20 multi-core? Do you use negative offset voltage?
Indeed it works better performance wise if you can keep lower temperatures, but I think the voltages used are too high for all-core boost and the negative offset doesn't seem to work.

I tried to put 110 on thermal limit setting but didn't do any difference compared with 0.
06-25-2019 03:36 AM
MishelLngelo
Quote: Originally Posted by malakudi View Post
Flashed 5007 too, for me PBO seems to ignore negative voltage offset. Voltage always goes to 1.38 when running CB20, no matter what I have, from auto to negative offset with -0.10 (also tried -0.05 and -0.075). Without negative offset, PBO is unusable for me, there's no point going to 1.38 for 4050-4075 on CB20. Boost starts from 4150 (+200 over 3950 when PBO is disabled) but with so high voltage, it immediately drops down to 4075 or 4050 due to temps going 70+.

I also still have a screen with a cursor in top-left corner for 1-2 seconds when booting (before the ASUS logo is displayed). This appeared on 4804, I never had it before. I went from 4204 to 4804 and now to 5007.
Yes, I have that underscore on black screen too but I thought it was because of 3 way multiboot, 2 Windows and a mint on separate SSDs.
PBO still pushes up to 1.416v but my cooler keeps temps under 62c. I didn't see any dropouts under full load. Now it even works better, pushing several cores to 4.3+.
Still don't know what to do with that thermal limit setting and left it at 0. Maybe feature for next gen ? Maybe all will work better ?
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