Yes for sure,
2 CCD CPUs are faster then 1 CCD CPUs when it comes to TM5 and DRAM Calc MemBench test (along with many other things 🤣 😀),
nethertheless very nice results
Yes for sure,
The WHEA 18 errors are not always caught in time to be written to the event log unfortunately.Quick question because of everything all of you have helped me learn but when a core crashes should it not produce a WHEA error? Just asking as I checked my WHEA logs and I still have no errors in them.
Or does WHEA only happen sometimes with unstable cores/fabric?
I've not had any more issues, just asking as I had a thought to check my event viewer logs for reboots from earlier but no WHEA in sight. Wondered if it would help me track down what core it was that caused a reboot.
Thanks, I'll keep this in mind if I get any more instability.The WHEA 18 errors are not always caught in time to be written to the event log unfortunately.
Ideally you need to be able to track down which core is causing the system to halt.
I think ive seen people mention to enable logging in HWInfo64, in this way you at least know which core was running when the PC crashes
so this is what i need then,Package C6-States are
I had this issue with my previous ram kit, but they were not b-die... and indeed, one stick was better than the other, had to tune to the bad one ( with the limited tuning I did ).I don't know if anyone helping me out before remembers me saying over DDR-3400 I couldn't get anything other than RttPark 1 posting, well, I just tried something I probably should have then which is just trying 1 stick of the 16GB.
Because that's my issue. One stick will boot RttPark 3 fine even at DDR-3800, the other won't.
Does this just mean one of my sticks of RAM is the lowest common denominator and is holding the other back?
Now that's interesting. Did you just post or run TM5? Was the better stick in the "better" or "worse" RAM slot originally? I don't remember if you tried switching previously and if you have 2- or 4-slot motherboard. But assuming 4-slot, you can try putting best stick to A2 and worse to B2 (then you'd be along what @craxton did) or best stick to B2, worst to A2 (setup a-la @mongoled )One stick will boot RttPark 3 fine even at DDR-3800, the other won't.
Kinda curious about your PBO settings for the high CB score ! The highest I went was in the 29k...Here you go
32gigs @ 25 cycle = 2 hours and 35 min
Do note the dram calc bench numbers also...
But it should also be said that this is a faster then average dual CCD setup (running 4 memory sticks ontop that)
Better slot, A2/B2. All I did was remove the B2 stick, turn back on, go 6/3/3, reboot and let it boot into Windows to confirm timings in ZenTimings.Now that's interesting. Did you just post or run TM5? Was the better stick in the "better" or "worse" RAM slot originally? I don't remember if you tried switching previously and if you have 2- or 4-slot motherboard. But assuming 4-slot, you can try putting best stick to A2 and worse to B2 (then you'd be along what @craxton did) or best stick to B2, worst to A2 (setup a-la @mongoled )
clear cmos when swapping these sticks out. give that a shot, unless you did.Better slot, A2/B2. All I did was remove the B2 stick, turn back on, go 6/3/3, reboot and let it boot into Windows to confirm timings in ZenTimings.
Then thought I'll try the other stick on its own and it wouldn't post.
But heres where things now get even more messed up. Neither stick will post... LOL.
Cause I tried the stick that was posting on its own again to see if TM5 would run for a bit and I can't get it posting.
So I went away there and dug out my Corsair Vengeance Pro Micron E Die. Displays the exact same issue the B Die does, will post RttPark 3 up to DDR4-3400, will not post any higher.
I know Micron E Die isn't quite as good as B Die and this isn't the best bin ever (18-22-22-42) but that is far too much of a coincidence.
So I guess it's likely my motherboard or CPU? More likely motherboard? I'm going to go get some much older bios versions and give them a go.
No one else in here seems to be running an X570-F Strix so I don't have any comparison to other users on this mobo running RttPark 3 fine on the latest two BIOS revisions.
I'm using CTR instead of PBO..Kinda curious about your PBO settings for the high CB score ! The highest I went was in the 29k...
Kinda tempted to test your RTT and Str sets too, since chasing a very rare issue, but it probably would not work , you have single rank and I have dual ranks...
Also, what is your vdimm ?
Yeah I've been using my screwdriver to clear CMOS over and over lolclear cmos when swapping these sticks out. give that a shot, unless you did.
SAVE any profiles to a usb stick that you wish to keep however
Thanks, have not been using CTR yet. PBO is pretty good, although since the latest bios ( 4002 ) it seems like even if I put bigger edc and tdc, bios enforce the motherboard limits ( 190 / 140 ).I'm using CTR instead of PBO..
Vdimm @ 1.54 in bios (=1.537 average)
If you want to use PBO CO with a 5950x + asus motherboard i can recommend 245edc 225tdc and whatever PPT limit your cooling can handle. (asus bios 3003 have the fastest PBO CO boosting with the correct tweaks/secrets, but memory-training and usb drop-outs etc can be a problem there, reason i went to a newer bios is because usb problems with hp reverb g2 )
Screenshot below is my alltime high in Cinebench, done with PBO CO on bios 3003
(have never been able to match this ST scores with CTR)
I don't have "AMD CBS" menu under "Settings\Advanced\..." and therefore have to use ZenStates to Enable Core C6-State, otherwise both are off upon boot in ZenStates. Now sadly I have b450 and don't seem to find any recently modded BIOSes out there and it is most likely VERY bad idea for me to try flash B550 tomahawks BIOS.