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09-18-2019 08:24 AM
bigcid10 I want to thank all the guys and Gals here for all the insight I've gained
reading and not opening my mouth before I read first

from the info I got here
I managed to fix my sata issues
get my ultra stable at 4.3 all core (1.35v)
get my ram from 3200(4x8GB) to 3600
I had to do a clean reload to fix the bios update issue that I and a few others were having
but I updated since without issue
other fixes include minor voltage adjustment(soc,vddg,p etc)
I don't have the fan issues

Thank you soo much
(now watch,my pc will probably blow up tonight,lol)
09-18-2019 08:22 AM
killaho
Quote: Originally Posted by IntelHouseFire View Post
Isn't 1.2v considered the max safe voltage for SOC? Or did you mean to type 1.125?
Yup, sorry. I left out critical digits when it comes to this setting. I did mean 1.125
09-18-2019 08:11 AM
IntelHouseFire
Quote: Originally Posted by killaho View Post
A VCORE SOC voltage of 1.1 is not high. I would try increasing the voltage a step at a time. My crackling went away at around ~1.25 volts but I can't fine tune it any further due to the broken settings I reported.

Also, I had to increase the VDDG to .991 volts as well. Mine was around .947 which contributed to the audio crackling/stutter.
Isn't 1.2v considered the max safe voltage for SOC? Or did you mean to type 1.125?
09-18-2019 08:00 AM
killaho
Quote: Originally Posted by IntelHouseFire View Post
I'm on the Ultra and I also have the crackling issue, but I also get mouse lag as it happens; the mouse kind of freezes for half a second.

I couldn't even get 3600/1800 before manually lowering VDDG under 1v, now it starts when I try to go above that. Is higher SOC voltage the only solution as of now? It's already set to 1.1 which is kind of high? How much more do I have to push it?
A VCORE SOC voltage of 1.1 is not high. I would try increasing the voltage a step at a time. My crackling went away at around ~1.125 volts but I can't fine tune it any further due to the broken settings I reported.

Also, I had to increase the VDDG to .991 volts as well. Mine was around .947 which contributed to the audio crackling/stutter.
09-18-2019 07:56 AM
fallenguru @GBT-MatthewH : Any progress on the Noctua issue? Having to enter the BIOS on each and every boot to enable the affected fan is getting old fast.


At least now I've had time to get a couple of new NF-A14 PWM and do some testing: All exhibit the faulty behaviour (will only spin up if switched PWM --> Voltage and back) on FAN4, all are fine on FAN5 ... IMHO, it's not the fan, it's the one specific header. I've switched the (original) fan to FAN5 for now, but I'd really appreciate a fix.
09-18-2019 07:45 AM
fallenguru
Quote: Originally Posted by kingwaffle View Post
For those of you with the fan ramping issues, I strongly recommend just manually setting your fan speeds in the BIOS. The weird Ryzen "saw" temperatures where it spikes and then trickles back down causes this behavior.
That's a temporary workaround, not a solution.
Interestingly, F6 was much better for me as far as the see-sawing goes, F7a is as bad as it's ever been.

Quote: Originally Posted by HalongPort View Post
It would be nice when Gigabyte would allow us to use a wider range of step-up/step-down fan time in BIOS [...].The current options (1/2/3 sec time interval) are not sufficient.
The current hysteresis isn't based on time, but temperature. IOW, these aren't seconds, but °K.

Quote: Originally Posted by Aenra View Post
No dedicated fan controller; [...] refusing to buy an A/C unit.
I'm sorry, but if I buy a product with feature X, for whatever reason, then it had better work properly. Of course a proper wired network is better than wifi, and in fact I'd rather buy a mainboard without. After all, I have every room wired. But I'm also mature enough to realise other people may have different needs. Of course external audio interfaces are better. I love my digital monitors. But I also realise that the onboard audio is enough for most people's speaker/headphones. And even if there's a better option --that's no excuse for wifi/audio to be flaky, if present. As for the A/C thing, must be nice in your bubble. In my country they're uncommon, almost unheard of in private homes. I actually go a quote once, it was on the order of a small car -- per room.
09-18-2019 07:41 AM
IntelHouseFire
Quote: Originally Posted by killaho View Post
After further testing I can unequivocally say that the VCORE SOC voltage settings are indeed broken. My experience matches Ryajin's exactly. Every other voltage setting reverts back to VCORE SOC voltage of 1.068V. Which for me results in audio crackling or stutter because I'm running an 1900 IF frequency.

Again this issue is exhibited on a Aorus Wifi Pro with the F6a bios.

Can anyone else with the same board confirm this as well? Thanks
Quote: Originally Posted by MatthewK View Post
Aorus Xtreme with F5a here. Same issue. Actually anything above 3600/1800 results in audio crackling for me, and that includes HDMI out from a 1080 Ti, USB audio from a JDS Labs Element, as well as the built-in audio. Overclock is otherwise stable. After fiddling with it for the past couple of months and praying to the Gigabyte gods that they'd fix it, I've finally given up and settled on 3600/1800. Considering I went overboard with buying an Xtreme, I sure as heck hope they fix these issues sometime soon.
Quote: Originally Posted by killaho View Post
Try increasing the VCORE SOC voltage. That should resolve the audio crackling issue. This happens for some folks running a high IF frequency.

The issue I'm reporting is the VCORE SOC voltage settings in the bios. It does not apply every other voltage setting. Totally separate issue.
I'm on the Ultra and I also have the crackling issue, but I also get mouse lag as it happens; the mouse kind of freezes for half a second.

I couldn't even get 3600/1800 before manually lowering VDDG under 1v, now it starts when I try to go above that. Is higher SOC voltage the only solution as of now? It's already set to 1.1 which is kind of high? How much more do I have to push it?
09-18-2019 07:17 AM
killaho
Quote: Originally Posted by MatthewK View Post
Aorus Xtreme with F5a here. Same issue. Actually anything above 3600/1800 results in audio crackling for me, and that includes HDMI out from a 1080 Ti, USB audio from a JDS Labs Element, as well as the built-in audio. Overclock is otherwise stable. After fiddling with it for the past couple of months and praying to the Gigabyte gods that they'd fix it, I've finally given up and settled on 3600/1800. Considering I went overboard with buying an Xtreme, I sure as heck hope they fix these issues sometime soon.
Try increasing the VCORE SOC voltage. That should resolve the audio crackling issue. This happens for some folks running a high IF frequency.

The issue I'm reporting is the VCORE SOC voltage settings in the bios. It does not apply every other voltage setting. Totally separate issue.
09-18-2019 06:58 AM
MikeS3000
Quote: Originally Posted by Marius A View Post
Mate Dumnezeu sa-ti dea sanatate ( in translation God bless you ) it was driving me insane my x570 master with 3800x, i had 79 80c after 3 cbr20 runs room temp 25c!!!!!!! , now with the setting you mentioned, negative offset -0.08125( found in my case gives best results)+llc standard+pbo off i get max 73c and way better single scores in any benchmark !!!!!!PBO is useless and still doesnt work for me max frequency is 4550mhz , i had evga clc280 and now i have noctua nh u12a +condactonaut and i was still getting crazy high temps , but with the negative offset temperatures are under control and scores are better everywhere single and multi , before bios 7a whenever i used negative offset scores were lower if i used more than -0.0275 and temps were the same very high, whatever amd did now is not the case anymore, i can still get decent results even with -0.1v , and of course under decent temps. I am running now aida64 stress test at 77c before 85 .
Interesting results. I did some tests last night on my 3900x on the Aorus Pro Wifi x570 board. Previously I ran the offset at +0.018 or something like that and achieved higher boost #s in HWInfo and pretty nice single and multi-core scores in benchmarks (CB-15 and CPU-Z). I would boost at 4600-4625 on 3 cores. I played with negative offset last night at your suggestion and my best single and multi-core scores were at -0.06. This led to cooler temps as well. My maximum boost on my 3 best cores is maybe 25 MHZ lower. I have only hit 4600 mhz on one core now. I need some more testing but it does seem like the behavior has changed with negative offset whereas on previous AGESA versions one would decrease benchmark scores pretty linearly the more negative offset was applied. I went all the way down to -0.1 offset and my best CB-15 went down from 3220 to maybe 3120. The single core maybe went from 212 to 210 or 211. All these tests were done in a minimal Windows 10 bootup environment with as many apps closed as possible. I'd love to see 3 cores boosting at 4600 mhz plus, but benchmarks don't lie. If my frequency goes down slightly but benchmarks are the same or better and temps are cooler then I think it's a no-brainer to run some negative offset.
09-18-2019 05:12 AM
Disassociative
Quote: Originally Posted by Belcebuu View Post
Hi Guys, any tips regarding the case fans ? I put them in silence and PWM and still they are at 800-900rpm with noisy burst of 1k any recommendation?
Try a custom fan curve in Smart Fan in the BIOS. I have mine set to be virtually silent below 50c and gradually go up until they max out at about 80c.
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