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03-11-2020 07:49 AM
kazukun BIOS F12e
https://download.gigabyte.com/FileLi...treme_f12e.zip
03-10-2020 09:00 AM
OCmember Looks like a bios update (12e) for "Improve memory compatibility"
03-02-2020 05:54 PM
LiquidHaus Quick update about my issues with Teamgroups ARGB XTREEM 4000mhz kits. After talking to their Support/Engineering departments, they've admitted to me that there are issues with the kits not working correctly, and that they'll be contacting motherboard manufacturers for potential BIOS fixes and also fixes on their side. Very surprising to me. So i'll be getting the kits refunded, and then snagging the Gskill Neo 3200mhz cl14 kit and overclocking that to 3600mhz.
02-19-2020 07:37 AM
bullydog
Quote: Originally Posted by BeeDeeEff View Post
CPUs have more or less copied how GPU's boost. There are many pre-saved clockspeed/voltage combinations that the cpu will throttle itself down to when not under load. So unless you disable those power saving options first you won't see steady-state chip operation. Even my old intel i5-4670k I had before I upgraded to my ryzen 3950x behaved this way.

As for voltage measuring, during normal opteration the voltage and clockspeed will vary on the order of miliseconds or faster, and only ryzen master has the low level cpu access to properly log such things. Hwinfo is only good for tracking averages over time. CPUz is more of a validation tool than it is a measuring one.
Does this mean that values report by HWinfo and CPUz are not accurate?
I so often see HWinfo and CPUz reporting up to 1.5v while Ryzen master is no where near those values, it hovers and fluctuates around 1.32-1.38+
02-19-2020 07:35 AM
bullydog
Quote: Originally Posted by Medizinmann View Post
No it doesn't as the EDC Limit doesn't as well - EDC/PBO-Bug...

Try PPT/TDC Motherboards max. (1300/700) and EDC=0 (results in 140A for EDC - but at least PBO is working - at least with 3900x...)

Bullzoid made a viedo lately with 333W/333A/333A with a 3950x - you could try this...but all in all EDC/PBO is broken on AGESA 1.0.0.4B.

For Voltage use normal instead of Auto and use positive or negative Offsets.
Greetings,
Medizinmann
Thanks Medizinmann
Yeah i saw Buildzoid's video and he used 230 thats why i applied the same values but i have not tried normal voltages yet but i will definitely give it a shot and report back, thanks again for the inputs
02-18-2020 03:40 PM
LiquidHaus
Quote: Originally Posted by OCmember View Post
Any Luck?
A little late, but I gotta update.

Same issue happened on three different motherboards.

No matter the kind of settings being changed affected the outcome.

So I returned the two kits today to exchange them for another two kits.

If for some crazy reason it happens again, I'll be reaching out to TeamGroup personally and notifying them of this issue.
02-17-2020 06:54 AM
BeeDeeEff
Quote: Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
Hi,

I'm extremely new to this Ryzen platform and need some guidance on voltages and monitoring

I have applied the following settings in my BIOS for the X570 xtreme board:

Vcore: 1.2v
Multiplier: Auto
PPT Limit: 230
TDC Limit: 230
EDC Limit: 230
Loadline calibration: High

I use HWinfo, CPUZ and Ryzen Master to monitor my Vcore voltages and I see all 3 of these apps are reporting different Vcore voltages with huge variance as follows:
Ryzen Master Voltage reading: 1.31-1.34 average
CPUz:1.45 (fluctuates and spikes to 1.5v)
HWinfo CPU Core Voltage (SVI2 TFN): 1.469-1.50 (Fluctuate)

Seems like the 1.2v Vcore value I applied in BIOS does not take effect?

Thanks in advance
CPUs have more or less copied how GPU's boost. There are many pre-saved clockspeed/voltage combinations that the cpu will throttle itself down to when not under load. So unless you disable those power saving options first you won't see steady-state chip operation. Even my old intel i5-4670k I had before I upgraded to my ryzen 3950x behaved this way.

As for voltage measuring, during normal opteration the voltage and clockspeed will vary on the order of miliseconds or faster, and only ryzen master has the low level cpu access to properly log such things. Hwinfo is only good for tracking averages over time. CPUz is more of a validation tool than it is a measuring one.
02-17-2020 06:50 AM
Medizinmann
Quote: Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
Hi,

I'm extremely new to this Ryzen platform and need some guidance on voltages and monitoring

I have applied the following settings in my BIOS for the X570 xtreme board:

Vcore: 1.2v
Multiplier: Auto
PPT Limit: 230
TDC Limit: 230
EDC Limit: 230
Loadline calibration: High

I use HWinfo, CPUZ and Ryzen Master to monitor my Vcore voltages and I see all 3 of these apps are reporting different Vcore voltages with huge variance as follows:
Ryzen Master Voltage reading: 1.31-1.34 average
CPUz:1.45 (fluctuates and spikes to 1.5v)
HWinfo CPU Core Voltage (SVI2 TFN): 1.469-1.50 (Fluctuate)

Seems like the 1.2v Vcore value I applied in BIOS does not take effect?

Thanks in advance
No it doesn't as the EDC Limit doesn't as well - EDC/PBO-Bug...

Try PPT/TDC Motherboards max. (1300/700) and EDC=0 (results in 140A for EDC - but at least PBO is working - at least with 3900x...)

Bullzoid made a viedo lately with 333W/333A/333A with a 3950x - you could try this...but all in all EDC/PBO is broken on AGESA 1.0.0.4B.

For Voltage use normal instead of Auto and use positive or negative Offsets.

Greetings,
Medizinmann
02-17-2020 05:38 AM
bullydog
Ryzen 3950x voltages

Hi,

I'm extremely new to this Ryzen platform and need some guidance on voltages and monitoring

I have applied the following settings in my BIOS for the X570 xtreme board:

Vcore: 1.2v
Multiplier: Auto
PPT Limit: 230
TDC Limit: 230
EDC Limit: 230
Loadline calibration: High

I use HWinfo, CPUZ and Ryzen Master to monitor my Vcore voltages and I see all 3 of these apps are reporting different Vcore voltages with huge variance as follows:
Ryzen Master Voltage reading: 1.31-1.34 average
CPUz:1.45 (fluctuates and spikes to 1.5v)
HWinfo CPU Core Voltage (SVI2 TFN): 1.469-1.50 (Fluctuate)

Seems like the 1.2v Vcore value I applied in BIOS does not take effect?

Thanks in advance
02-09-2020 08:26 AM
OCmember
Quote: Originally Posted by LiquidHaus View Post
I'll be swapping my CPUs today so for some reason my fingers are crossed that it'll work after that but I'll be sure to mess with procODT and CAD_BUS today. I gotta look into FCLK and MEMCLK, but the thing is I can load optimized defaults and it's still the same case, and that's default 2400mhz. Won't read 3 or 4 sticks at default frequencies and timings. It's soo weird.
Any Luck?
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