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Just popping in to conform that 2206 crashes/restarts when idling with no OC applied. Just DOCP settings
The use of only D.O.C.P doesn't mean it's running stock.
For instance, if you are using 3600MHz modules the FCLK will run 200MHz above the AMD maximum spec, when you enable D.O.C.P.
While all CPUs SHOULD be capable of 1800MHz FCLK, only the crashes at stock are worth of investigating obviously.
 

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Mediocre SATA performance that has been ignored until today, swept under the rug and hopefully the masses don't realize.
I don't think AMD has even released AHCI drivers for these platforms?
At least my system uses Microsoft generic driver.
 

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not all cpu can run 1800IF or 3600 ram at 24/7 stable, specially if its 4 sticks/8ranks of ram, black screen, sudden reboots, or cold boot is an indication of that.
 

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not all cpu can run 1800IF or 3600 ram at 24/7 stable, specially if its 4 sticks/8ranks of ram, black screen, sudden reboots, or cold boot is an indication of that.
What is easier / provide best OC results in Ryzen?

4x Single sided (eg: 4x8GB)
Or
2x Double sided (eg: 2x16GB)
 

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OMG. This new test BIOS is amazing! Using my Ryzen 9 3950x my CBR20 score went from 9592 to 9918.:) Single core score is 539. Also seems to run cooler too. Thank you so much The Stilt and Shamino1978 for creating and then sharing it. Definitely two big thumbs up.;)
 

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What is easier / provide best OC results in Ryzen?

4x Single sided (eg: 4x8GB)
Or
2x Double sided (eg: 2x16GB)
From my experience, 2x Double sided (eg: 2x16GB) will give you overall better overclock potential and better performance.
 

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From my experience, 2x Double sided (eg: 2x16GB) will give you overall better overclock potential and better performance.
Thanks! That's exactly what I bought.

I got a 2x16GB (double sided) Micron E Die kit.

It is rated for 3600MHz 16-18-18-36 1.35v

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Thanks! That's exactly what I bought.

I got a 2x16GB (double sided) Micron E Die kit.

It is rated for 3600MHz 16-18-18-36 1.35v

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Nice! It looks like really good RAM. I hope you get a good overclock from it.:)

My RAM is:
Trident Z Neo
DDR4-3600MHz CL16-16-16-36 1.35V
32GB (2x16GB)

I have it running at 3733MHz with 16-16-16-32 1.37v. It's totally stable.:)
 

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Nice! It looks like really good RAM. I hope you get a good overclock from it.:)

My RAM is:
Trident Z Neo
DDR4-3600MHz CL16-16-16-36 1.35V
32GB (2x16GB)

I have it running at 3733MHz with 16-16-16-32 1.37v. It's totally stable.:)
Oh these B-Dies... fantastic, but they're kinda rare to find in my country and very very expensive, I don't think the tighten secondary timings improvements are worth the extra bucks.

I haven't bought all PC parts, still missing MB and CPU, I'm waiting for Zen 3 launch (and possibly X670 MBs), got this RAM kit now because of a good deal from a local store nearby.
 

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Nice! It looks like really good RAM. I hope you get a good overclock from it.:)

My RAM is:
Trident Z Neo
DDR4-3600MHz CL16-16-16-36 1.35V
32GB (2x16GB)

I have it running at 3733MHz with 16-16-16-32 1.37v. It's totally stable.:)
What are your settings? I have the same kit and have not had much luck using ryzen master.
 

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Stilt's pbo fmax working great for me 3950x
pbo fmax enable
pbo auto
i put scalar 2x
25mhz overdrive

Singlecore points:
stilts fmax i get cpu-z 560
edc bug 555

i see 3 cores hit 4716 and other first ccd hit 4,691, and temp control is better, using usmus1 powerplan

Edit:
stilts pbofmax All cpu voltage levels auto LLC auto . With edc bug i need put LLC3
 

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Thank you Shamino and The Stilt! I couldnt wait to test the new BIOS and the results are astonishing!

Not only I finally fixed (so it seems) my stability problems (sightly increasing the CCD/IOD VDDG voltage) but the new BETA BIOS rocks! My performance increased greatly for all-core and single-core performance! No issues so far. Thank you so much for this!

My Cinebench20 score went from 7080-7150 to 7400-7410. I think I could still improve it further since, at this moment, my all core boost is just 4150-4175 MHZ. How could I push to 4200 mhz? I am using x4 scalar already and AUTO "max CPU boost overdrive".

PD: I still have random restarts :/
 

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Thank you Shamino and The Stilt! I couldnt wait to test the new BIOS and the results are astonishing!

Not only I finally fixed (so it seems) my stability problems (sightly increasing the CCD/IOD VDDG voltage) but the new BETA BIOS rocks! My performance increased greatly for all-core and single-core performance! No issues so far. Thank you so much for this!

My Cinebench20 score went from 7080-7150 to 7400-7410. I think I could still improve it further since, at this moment, my all core boost is just 4150-4175 MHZ. How could I push to 4200 mhz? I am using x4 scalar already and AUTO "max CPU boost overdrive".
Improving the cooling further should result in some additional frequency and also, I expect at that point the CPU to be limited by the voltage, essentially the FIT limit.
Personally, I advised against of using higher than 4x PBO Scalar however, that doesn't mean you cannot use higher if you want to. Increasing the PBO Scalar will affect the reliability of the silicon however, increasing past the said 4x mark won't kill the CPU. Even at 4x setting we're talking about several years (worst-case), depending on the use.

In case of multicore workloads, I would expect the temperatures to be the lowest hanging fruit, so to speak.
 

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Thank you Shamino and The Stilt! I couldnt wait to test the new BIOS and the results are astonishing!

Not only I finally fixed (so it seems) my stability problems (sightly increasing the CCD/IOD VDDG voltage) but the new BETA BIOS rocks! My performance increased greatly for all-core and single-core performance! No issues so far. Thank you so much for this!

My Cinebench20 score went from 7080-7150 to 7400-7410. I think I could still improve it further since, at this moment, my all core boost is just 4150-4175 MHZ. How could I push to 4200 mhz? I am using x4 scalar already and AUTO "max CPU boost overdrive".
If you're cooling with air then try to reduce case temperature. If you're cooling with an AIO then pulling air from outside of the case through the rad. A difference of as little as 3*C in the ambient air might be all that's needed to get you to that 4.2GHz mark from 4.17GHz.

If you can't improve cooling then try adding just a touch of BCLK. Something like 100.4 gets that 4175 to 4191 and 100.6 gets it to 4200. Though you may find that if you're running 1900 FCLK then using 100.6 BCLK will put you at or past the edge of stability. I can't POST with anything higher than 100.6 with FCLK at 1900.
 
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