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|12-06-2019 05:02 PM|
So i decided to install the new Beta bios 2.56.
Seems to be major solid, and also my performance went up.
I saw 4.625 on core 0 just booting up, which ive never seen, and then 2 cores at 4.6 Ghz after running Cinebench 20.
Seems there's more to this bios then just pci-e compatibility. I also noticed some changes in the actual structure of the bios layout itself.
For fun i ran the benchmarks at default bios (after resetting) and after tweaking the ram and bios settings.
So many build a system and leave it at default, but man what difference some tweaking makes, and its free.
|12-06-2019 04:55 PM|
Currently only on 2.50, didn't even know 2.56 is out lol.
Also, now running 4x8 @ 3800/1900
|12-06-2019 04:56 AM|
|chas1723||2.50 was bad for me. It would hang on boot often. I am on 2.56 now and it still does it but not as often. 2.11 was the best for me so far.|
|12-06-2019 12:56 AM|
I've been running bios 2.1 rock solid stable on x570 taichi.
Should I update to 2.5?
I know previous versions had bugs and they don't even have those versions on the website anymore.
|12-05-2019 05:45 PM|
|12-05-2019 12:42 AM|
Asrock x570 can do 3800c14 with 4x8GB.
4x16 I don't know.
It's not Asrock x570 that's holding back 😉
Perhaps we are missing something here.
|12-04-2019 05:17 PM|
I have no Ryzen Master (Linux is my main OS, Windows for some programs unavailable on other systems), so here are AIDA and Ryzen DRAM Calculator screenshots:
Happy to hear it worked out just fine for you too 753951! Stable and no overheating is a win in my book lol. Please feel free to add your data as well!
|12-04-2019 12:45 PM|
|Jenot||I have no Ryzen Master (Linux is my main OS, Windows for some programs unavailable on other systems), so here are AIDA and Ryzen DRAM Calculator screenshots:|
|12-04-2019 12:43 PM|
Sadly, I bought x570 Taichi also based on the review saying it's T-topology, knowing that I'm going to use it with 4x16GB dual rank RAM. Mildly disappointed there. There were cheaper alternatives with all the features I wanted.
In the end it worked as expected. 4x16GB (Hynix DJR) at 3600CL16 on stock voltage (just applied XMP profile). I'm sure there's room for improvement, if I start tinkering, but life is too short. I made my peace with it. Whole system is rock stable, does not overheat even when tortured and plenty fast (I know, I know - never say these words here).
|12-04-2019 11:44 AM|
|ziocomposite||Glad to know it's working for you two! Do you mind sharing a screenshot of your timings/settings via ryzen master, ram info and latency from aida64/dram? Will be helpful for other members to see as a reference!|
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