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06-26-2019 05:51 PM
umeng2002 How are you testing latency? I'm using UserBench, and it's almost always between 60 and 65ns depending on the ram settings, although I'm between 3200 and 3333 with cl14.

Yeah, the default SoC on this board is 1.1 Volts, so I just run it at the lower manual voltage recommended by the memory Calc.

Also, is anyone else having HWinfo64 crash or not load when the ASmedia usb3.0 controller is enabled? I know it's a know bug with their drivers, but this issue only started like a month or so ago for me. I can run the portable version just fine, but the installed version needs the ASmedia controller disabled in the BIOS for HWinfo to load and run - disabling it in the device manager doesn't solve it.
06-26-2019 04:05 PM
upgraditus
Quote: Originally Posted by umeng2002 View Post
That's odd. With me, the only different channels are Twrrd. Channel A defaults to 3 and channel B defaults to 4. I find it odd you can't manually change these values for each channel.

Also, negative voltage offset works in 5007 bios.
Looks like thats the one thats differing here too, set back to auto so it can do it's thing. 5007 bios and -offset working on SOC voltage too, using that and +offset on cpu currently. Not sure whats up with my latency though over 70ns with 3400 cl16 doesn't seem right. Does CPU clock speed effect AIDA RAM latency results?

Edit: It was powerdown mode, down to 66ns now.
06-26-2019 01:44 PM
umeng2002
Quote: Originally Posted by upgraditus View Post
Thank you very much!
That's odd. With me, the only different channels are Twrrd. Channel A defaults to 3 and channel B defaults to 4. I find it odd you can't manually change these values for each channel.

Also, negative voltage offset works in 5007 bios.
06-26-2019 12:08 PM
BeetleatWar1977
Quote: Originally Posted by malakudi View Post
I think those values are not reliable, better check the value of SVI2 TFN in HWInfo64
over 30 ambient today...... so not as much boost as usual...
06-26-2019 11:35 AM
malakudi
Quote: Originally Posted by BeetleatWar1977 View Post
here
I think those values are not reliable, better check the value of SVI2 TFN in HWInfo64
06-26-2019 10:48 AM
BeetleatWar1977
Quote: Originally Posted by malakudi View Post
Check when all cores are working please, for example on CB20 multi-core test.
here
06-26-2019 10:07 AM
upgraditus
Quote: Originally Posted by malakudi View Post
@upgraditus : For some reason, the 's' character is displayed in your posts as s and makes reading difficult.
Good catch, not sure what's up with the pocophone and chrome combo but the site was messed trying to post, the text looked normal from the phone!
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!
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!
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