Read the author's explanation. Miscompare reasonHello. New 'here. Board: X570 Aorus Elite Wifi (F30a). Memory: Ballistix Sport LT (E-Die) 2x16GB 3200 stock (Now running @3733 1.38v)
So..... on my first run I was able to do 3733 16-20-16-38-60 at 1.35V. I ran memtest up to 400% and reported no errors, but GSAT was spitting errors like no tomorrow (miscompare on CPU). I raised the voltage to 1.38 and ran it again for 8 hours without issues at all.
Does anyone know what this miscompare error is? Also, is it too bad to be golden on Memtest but have errors on GSAT?
BTW, is ProcODT at 53.3 too high? Some people ar running it at 40 something or 34, but i really don't know.
I attach screenshots of zen timings, memtest and a photo of GSAT (I can't record a log since I run it from a flashdrive).
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Of course, the less the voltage the better, unfortunately, it was the only way to pass the GSAT. I will try with less voltage and some other values later and see how it goes.More voltage often is NOT better. If I have my RAM at 1.47v, VOC at .900v and VDDGs at .975v and 1.025v GSAT fails immediately.
If I reduce the VDDGs to .950v and 1.000v GSAT passes just fine. It also happens when I raise my RAM voltage on my Dual Rank b-dies.
Hey, it's me again! Thanks for helping me back then.It shouldn't do much to the boosting result, but you can work with per CCX or later a fine adjusted PBO
PBO without voltage limits only does harm and nothing good
Your voltages are low, it has no scaling inside
VDDP -> VDDG is 100mV.
VDDG -> SOC is 150mV
unsure if this will preserve stability, but if you go with 75mV, it should work
VDDG IOD (is your board daisy chain?) 875
VDDG CCD 925
VDDG without splitting it would be 900mV
With a split you can push CCD higher where avg VDDG is 900mV between both
Yes i ment to disable PBO unless you know your exact workload voltages, know which CCX are good and know how to PBO (TDC,EDC) limit them
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Should forward you to the CH7 page and that to the X370 Taichi one
But PBO will mess up the memory OC, like every core OC normaly would
For fixed allcore, focus on staying under 1.2875v vCore ~ till you know your actual safe upper limits
4.1ghz AC should work under 1.1, 4ghz under 1v and 4.2 near 1.2175v/1.2v
Without PBO, it's suggested to use 1usmus powerprofile or the latest ryzen balanced with enabled CPPC and CPPC preferred cores functionality from the bios
Your AIDA screenshot shows the frequency of your CPU when you ran the benchmark.I've seen systems here with the same CPU and the same timings where there are less than 62ns.
I do not understand.
It's not that easy to get under 62.Your AIDA screenshot shows the frequency of your CPU when you ran the benchmark.
The 64ns is because your CPU is only running at 4250mhz.
If you ran an all core overclock of 4.3Ghz and run the benchmark you score would be less than 63ns and if you ran a core core overclock of 4.4Ghz it would be less than 62ns ...
This is what it's taken for me to get sub 62 at 4.32 all core.I've seen systems here with the same CPU and the same timings where there are less than 62ns.
I do not understand.