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|08-25-2019 07:14 PM|
I get UCLK and FLCK appear in hwinfo64 after resume from sleep how do I get a debug file to post to you?
This is taken directly from his Website, at this link: https://www.hwinfo.com/forum/threads...-a-report.241/
Also, just some notes I have noticed when trying to do it myself. First, if you are like me, and you have HWinfo set to open straight to the Sensors screen, and have it configured not to open the "Welcome Screen" you will want to temporarily change that. You can go into settings and set both the Debug Mode and Turn the Welcome Screen Back on, and then close HWinfo, reopen it, and then when the welcome screen appears. Uncheck both items, so that everything opens up. It will take longer then normal because this is when it creates the report.
The other thing to note is that if you are like me, you might be running the Portable Version. If thats the case, the Debug file automatically saves itself, at least for me, inside my C:\Windows\System32 Folder.
And last, He also likes to have a report, you can make this at the same time you open the full program, just by clicking the save report button. Then you can submit both the Debug file and the HTML Report file, you can probably just attach both to this Forum, if not just upload it to a google drive or something and post the links to it here, or PM Mumak directly with them. Hope this helps.
|08-25-2019 06:58 PM|
|dgoc18||Same issues about FCLK bugs on status.|
|08-25-2019 06:47 PM|
|oreonutz||Does anyone know if 2703 has the same fixes to the Fan Controller that 0002 Has?|
|08-25-2019 06:44 PM|
|08-25-2019 04:59 PM|
|08-25-2019 04:48 PM|
|Axaion||Same, ULCK only here too.|
|08-25-2019 04:44 PM|
I was wondering people using HWINFO v6.11.3895, do you see FCLK? only way I see it is if I do resume/sleep and then open HWINFO.
|08-25-2019 04:44 PM|
Hey guys, i finally manually set my Ram timings, still at 3200CL 14, but anyway..
I did that, plus disabled PBO, and now i at least see some boost to 4.38Ghz on 3 cores, 4.35 on 3 others and 4.325 on the last ones.
Got my CPU-z single core up to 532.
Im still mad about fan speed and not being able to disable hpet and Spread Spectrum though.
|08-25-2019 02:45 PM|
You should be able to share the CMO file, if the boards are identical.
The issue with wifi v's non wifi would most likely result in a bad format response. It does not make sense to use an information tag within the CMO file, so all the information will be applied sequentially. The left over info regarding Wifi will corrupt the data input.
Note if you do use CMO wifi version it will still output in text that this options or enabled or disabled on the non wifi...that is how it behaved on my C6H WIFI flashed to non wifi...however it will not expose these options in the bios.
That's what I was wondering about. How it applied it. Many thanks.
Though in practice I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND NOT DOING THIS. Using anoter persons .cmo settings. As lots of settings are gonna depend on just which cpu and ram kit you are using...but it really cannot hurt our boards...also remember people have to use and need to use totally different voltage for stability.
Just for you info though...the .cmo file will set even those hidden options that people cannot see on the ryzen 3000 cpus.
Which just gave me an idea, create a universal CMO with out all my other settings and have HPET and Spred Spectrum disabled and everything else at default. Once you change other settings...you would need to save the profile cause as soon as you reset to default then HPET and SS would go back to enabled with no way for you to change those settings.
So I might have a work around for ryzen 3000 cpus even if a bit cumbersome. At least for now. Will have to test this with people first.
|08-25-2019 02:30 PM|
I noticed that with 2703, if i set bclk to Auto, bus speed is 100Mhz, with 2501 bus stay at 99.8 (even if i set to 100) is there a way to have a 100Mhz bus with 2501 bios?
And why, if i set manually bclk to, for example, 101Mhz, cpu speed become static? It remains at 3600Mhz...
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