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07-13-2020 04:55 AM
JoonX86
Quote: Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post
Do you have anything that use Hyper-V by any chance? Windows Sandbox, WSL2?

Using Hyper-V causes the 100MHz to jump all over for me, going below 99MHz at times.

Turning it off sets it back to a steady 100MHz.
That must've been it.. I use WSL2 and temporarily disabled SVM which turned off Hyper-V and VBS. Now the ryzen master works again and the clock is set to 100Mhz
07-13-2020 02:36 AM
SpecChum
Quote: Originally Posted by JoonX86 View Post
By the way, is it normal to have slightly under measured/clocked mem&infinity on our board?

For example, I set 1900(3800) but the result shows 1888(3776) instead.
Do you have anything that use Hyper-V by any chance? Windows Sandbox, WSL2?

Using Hyper-V causes the 100MHz to jump all over for me, going below 99MHz at times.

Turning it off sets it back to a steady 100MHz.
07-13-2020 01:39 AM
residentour PPT limiting via Bios or Zenstates don't work for my 3950X on version 7803. Only Ryzen master allows me to limit PPT power. Is this feature buggy on before 7803 for Matisse?
07-12-2020 07:27 PM
finalheaven
Quote: Originally Posted by roco_smith View Post
I have the CH6E and you can enable the temp show in the Qcode by setup on auto but temps only show during windows session
Why do you put my username as the title to your posts?
07-12-2020 06:57 PM
nick name
Quote: Originally Posted by roco_smith View Post
I have the CH6E and you can enable the temp show in the Qcode by setup on auto but temps only show during windows session
Ahhh, so I guess they wrote the manual for your board and copy and pasted to the others.
07-12-2020 06:52 PM
roco_smith
finalheaven

Quote: Originally Posted by Neoony View Post
heh, I never noticed that.


Never seen anyone with temp showing in Qcode on VI Hero


I only got following options for Qcode:
Disable after POST
Enabled


Would be nice to have temp
I have the CH6E and you can enable the temp show in the Qcode by setup on auto but temps only show during windows session
07-12-2020 06:52 PM
jobbus You can disable spread spectrum in bios.
This helped me to get bclk from 99,8 to 100,0MHz


07-12-2020 06:20 PM
herericc
Quote: Originally Posted by JoonX86 View Post
I get 40 from coldboot. And I think this has always been the same unless I run Ryzen master which I stopped using since while ago.

By the way, is it normal to have slightly under measured/clocked mem&infinity on our board?

For example, I set 1900(3800) but the result shows 1888(3776) instead.



try manually setting your baseclock to 100... I've never seen my reading drift that far. Mine does drift, so my 3200MT ram shows Memclock of 1597.1 in HWinfo right now.
07-12-2020 05:22 PM
JoonX86
Quote: Originally Posted by nick name View Post
Quick favor -- can you guys tell me what the q code is after you're booted into Windows? And has that changed with BIOS versions and/or CPUs?

I get 40 from coldboot. And I think this has always been the same unless I run Ryzen master which I stopped using since while ago.

By the way, is it normal to have slightly under measured/clocked mem&infinity on our board?

For example, I set 1900(3800) but the result shows 1888(3776) instead.



07-12-2020 12:55 PM
The Sandman
Quote: Originally Posted by nick name View Post
Quick favor -- can you guys tell me what the q code is after you're booted into Windows? And has that changed with BIOS versions and/or CPUs?
Probably of no help but ole reliable (2700x on 6401) is still showing 24 and 40.
No changes that I recall but I gave up on updating after 7201 and that also showed the same iirc and have since reverted back to 6401 (AMD AGESA PinnaclePI-AM4 1.0.0.6)
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