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05-27-2020 03:53 PM
Loosenut I reset bios and reflashed, still I must power drain the system after touching anything with the cpu, I literally watched the value of vcore change prior to me saving bios directly after changing the multi on the cpu. power drained the system, came back and applied it just fine. go in again without a power drain and again, same issue.

its very odd, though, I haven't had a chance the last few days to check to see if the backup bios is still the same. suppose I will check it later
05-27-2020 07:35 AM
Uns33n
Quote: Originally Posted by Loosenut View Post
I have this same issue



which profile did you load? windows, bios, memory?

I suspect mine to be memory related but am still working thru testing to confirm

edit: I have found that I must power down between bios adjustments
One of my stable OC profiles in bios.
05-25-2020 12:27 PM
Loosenut
Quote: Originally Posted by Uns33n View Post
Im having a small issue. It seems my CPU VCORE voltage is stuck @ 1.1. Ive looked everywhere, ive already disabled soc/uncore option in bios to no avail. Only way I can change it is by using Ryzen master, but after restart it sets itself back to 1.1. I am coming from Asus bios not to familiar with gigabyte.

This started after overclocking my memory.
I have this same issue

Quote: Originally Posted by Uns33n View Post
Fixed it by loading a stable profile.
which profile did you load? windows, bios, memory?

I suspect mine to be memory related but am still working thru testing to confirm

edit: I have found that I must power down between bios adjustments
05-24-2020 10:55 PM
Uns33n
Quote: Originally Posted by edu616 View Post
Put your memory back to it's default state first and see if that solves the problem. Also what power plan are you using inside windows?
Fixed it by loading a stable profile.
05-24-2020 07:56 PM
edu616
Quote: Originally Posted by Uns33n View Post
Im having a small issue. It seems my CPU VCORE voltage is stuck @ 1.1. Ive looked everywhere, ive already disabled soc/uncore option in bios to no avail. Only way I can change it is by using Ryzen master, but after restart it sets itself back to 1.1. I am coming from Asus bios not to familiar with gigabyte.

This started after overclocking my memory.
Put your memory back to it's default state first and see if that solves the problem. Also what power plan are you using inside windows?
05-24-2020 04:12 PM
Uns33n Im having a small issue. It seems my CPU VCORE voltage is stuck @ 1.1. Ive looked everywhere, ive already disabled soc/uncore option in bios to no avail. Only way I can change it is by using Ryzen master, but after restart it sets itself back to 1.1. I am coming from Asus bios not to familiar with gigabyte.

This started after overclocking my memory.
05-24-2020 02:34 PM
edu616
Quote: Originally Posted by bluechris View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by edu616 View Post
Hello I did the undervolt using a negative offset and temps and voltages did in fact decrease while maintaining or improving performance in some benchmarks.

Now I have other questions related to gaming:

1) What clocks do you guys see on average in gaming? If you guys play something like BFV or BF1, Overwatch, Racing sims and others.

2) What cpu voltages do you see while gaming?

I think my voltages are still high while doing gaming. My CPU is able to boost to 43.23GHz while gaming but I'm seeing voltages around the 1.4 (they go from 1.37 to 1.4V). The thing is when benching heavy threaded tasks it goes to 1.29-1.32V which is not bad at all. Now when benching single threaded applications it goes to 1.42 -1.43 volts and that is just spikes for when some of the cores go to 4.4GHz since I have a 3700X, and that is a lot better than what I had before the negative offset. But seeing 1.37 to 1.4V while gaming really worries me can anybody check and make sure what they see while gaming? All the info I have been able to find is for benching and testing stability which now I'm not concerned with those as I am stable with my negative offset and temps and voltages are behaving like they should on these task. But gaming is my main concern now. Thanks and sorry again for the long post.
Can you run a cb20 multi and see your voltages there? Gaming is not pushing the cpu alot so voltages raises but it's ok. You need to see the higher voltage that you will get in a cpu stress scenario.
Its something strange to me why AMD cpu's do this since i came from intel for the last 27 years.
CB20 is fine just did a run Voltage goes from 1.28 to 1.33V max which is normal, temps don't go above 69 degrees C. Yes it works very different from how intel works I think AMD cpus work more like gpus in the sense on how they clock better with temps on their own. But I think intel is also moving in the same way.
05-24-2020 01:16 PM
bluechris
Quote: Originally Posted by edu616 View Post
Hello I did the undervolt using a negative offset and temps and voltages did in fact decrease while maintaining or improving performance in some benchmarks.

Now I have other questions related to gaming:

1) What clocks do you guys see on average in gaming? If you guys play something like BFV or BF1, Overwatch, Racing sims and others.

2) What cpu voltages do you see while gaming?

I think my voltages are still high while doing gaming. My CPU is able to boost to 43.23GHz while gaming but I'm seeing voltages around the 1.4 (they go from 1.37 to 1.4V). The thing is when benching heavy threaded tasks it goes to 1.29-1.32V which is not bad at all. Now when benching single threaded applications it goes to 1.42 -1.43 volts and that is just spikes for when some of the cores go to 4.4GHz since I have a 3700X, and that is a lot better than what I had before the negative offset. But seeing 1.37 to 1.4V while gaming really worries me can anybody check and make sure what they see while gaming? All the info I have been able to find is for benching and testing stability which now I'm not concerned with those as I am stable with my negative offset and temps and voltages are behaving like they should on these task. But gaming is my main concern now. Thanks and sorry again for the long post.
Can you run a cb20 multi and see your voltages there? Gaming is not pushing the cpu alot so voltages raises but it's ok. You need to see the higher voltage that you will get in a cpu stress scenario.
Its something strange to me why AMD cpu's do this since i came from intel for the last 27 years.
05-24-2020 09:39 AM
edu616 Hello I did the undervolt using a negative offset and temps and voltages did in fact decrease while maintaining or improving performance in some benchmarks.

Now I have other questions related to gaming:

1) What clocks do you guys see on average in gaming? If you guys play something like BFV or BF1, Overwatch, Racing sims and others.

2) What cpu voltages do you see while gaming?

I think my voltages are still high while doing gaming. My CPU is able to boost to 43.23GHz while gaming but I'm seeing voltages around the 1.4 (they go from 1.37 to 1.4V). The thing is when benching heavy threaded tasks it goes to 1.29-1.32V which is not bad at all. Now when benching single threaded applications it goes to 1.42 -1.43 volts and that is just spikes for when some of the cores go to 4.4GHz since I have a 3700X, and that is a lot better than what I had before the negative offset. But seeing 1.37 to 1.4V while gaming really worries me can anybody check and make sure what they see while gaming? All the info I have been able to find is for benching and testing stability which now I'm not concerned with those as I am stable with my negative offset and temps and voltages are behaving like they should on these task. But gaming is my main concern now. Thanks and sorry again for the long post.
05-23-2020 09:54 AM
edu616
Quote: Originally Posted by dansi View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by edu616 View Post
Greetings,

I just made a build with this board and a 3700X. I have a 360 rad just for the cpu (just to let you guys know that I have good cooling) and I have tried those settings as I also saw that Buildzoid suggested them. I have Encounter that if I use them my cpu will never reach the 4.4GHz on single threaded applications. However if I use an EDC value of 10 my clocks will go up to 4.42GHz on at least 2 or 3 cores while using single threaded applications which with the value at 230 my cores were just boosting to 4.35GHz max. I also have +200MHz auto OC turned ON. Is this a glitch or why is it working like that? My temps never go above 70 while doing multi threaded applications like CB20 and others and my voltage will be at around 1.34 while doing them. When doing single threaded benchmarks I can see that voltage goes from 1.44 to 1.46. When tests are done voltages go back to 0.989 and clocks go back to 3.6GHz as I am using the ryzen balanced power plan in windows.

I know it's a lot of info but just want to make sure my values are safe since I'm new to both this cpu and this board. Thanks in advanced to whoever replies.
For gigabyte x570, just stick with pbo + undervolt, as our findings here https://www.overclock.net/forum/10-a...0-part-ii.html

Buildzoid is specified for his motherboard.
Seems ryzen 3000 and its bios have not been consistently applied across all x570. But for gigabtye's, it seem the values work as they should.
Will try thanks!
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