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is resizable bar working on polaris ???
i got these results from it

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left is on right is off

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Just use version 4007, the cpu is 4c colder on average and you don't have the bclk problem
I might, overall the pc runs very sable as it is, but the CPU isn't boosting as before... i was able to hit 4.95ghz in 5 cores with no issues and temps were close to what it is just now... Now with the latest bios only 2 cores manage to get to 4.94~. I might go back to older bios just to try and test hopefully RAM stability remains decent.
 

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I'm pretty sure the board will run it, but the CPU and RAM may be the deciding factors. Which CPU? And how old is the first RAM kit? I would imagine worst case scenario is having to use a little more voltage.
I have 2700X at the moment. If I understand correctly, it may be harder with this CPU than with, let's say, 5800X, correct?
I got the RAM kit on 06/2018, so it's dated a bit. Does it matter?
 

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Anyone using 4 dimms of G.Skill's F4-3200C14D-16GTZRX (which is a dual kit) on C7H?
Does it run fine @ 3200/14?
I am thinking about getting a second pair of this RAM and I'm afraid that it would not run at 3200/14 - don't really want to lose performance on this.
Should work fine with two dual kits. That is what I did to get four sticks of G.Skill F4-3200C14D-16GTZ running at 3600CL14 currently with no issues.
 

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I have 2700X at the moment. If I understand correctly, it may be harder with this CPU than with, let's say, 5800X, correct?
I got the RAM kit on 06/2018, so it's dated a bit. Does it matter?
Might be harder on a 2700X to get anything more than 3466 out them. That is all I can manage on my 2700X. The 3900X and 3950X have no issues running 3600.
 

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Should work fine with two dual kits. That is what I did to get four sticks of G.Skill F4-3200C14D-16GTZ running at 3600CL14 currently with no issues.
And even with four sticks it would be still dual channel, right?

Might be harder on a 2700X to get anything more than 3466 out them. That is all I can manage on my 2700X. The 3900X and 3950X have no issues running 3600.
I'm perfectly fine with 3200/14 as long as it runs.
 

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And even with four sticks it would be still dual channel, right?


I'm perfectly fine with 3200/14 as long as it runs.
Yes, the platform is still dual channel. But your four sticks would use interleaved accesses that speeds up transactions.
 
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Well ill see how this resizeable bar thing goes and decide what bios is starying
I was just about losing hope lasst night of finding a gpu - I was looking at RX 6700XT, but after hours and hours found an RX 6800 cheaper then the 6700! £660 Will sell my XFX RX 580 at about the price I bought it to cover the cost. Tempted to get another one just to sell!

So, looking fwd to testing PCIE 4 on that when it arrives....
 

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I think I'll be letting others test thins bios.... but thank you!
Something is changed, I couldn't undervolt as much, performance is good in Geekbench though. Impressive score for a 2700X:

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I think I'll be letting others test thins bios.... but thank you!
Better boost behaviour on my CH7 5900x back to having my CPU boosting to 4.95ghz on 5 cores almost constant 4.9 on CB20 runs and about 75-100mhz better muticore frequency while getting a lower voltage. About 2-4C colder after a few runs of CB20. All settings were set manually after the update and using the same CPU/RAM settings as before. Happy OCing.
 

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Testing this bios as we speak,not sure if its its had an effect on my optane drive Or its from changing to Windows 10 Insider Dev Channel
, Bios 4204:

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Bios 4301:

Sorry for the cut off image :ROFLMAO:, much Better Q1T1 Score




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I have now been using a 5600X for a couple of weeks now and I have to say that this was probably the most painless CPU upgrade I have ever done. I had to upgrade the BIOS in a couple of steps but my old 2700X worked just fine on 2404 and the CPU upgrade was literally just a drop in. Currently running my RAM at 3733MHz 16-16-16-16-36 with slightly tightened subtimings, FCLK 1867. Could probably go a bit higher but can't be arsed to fiddle with the settings.

What was surprising was that my PC is now noticeably faster in normal use than with the 2700X, somehow it just feels snappier. Anyway, I'm very happy with my 5600X, everything has been as smooth as smooth can be and the gains in certain games have been downright ******ed compared to the 2700X.
 

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Well, that kinda sucks its not the patch A one with the USB fix..

Ive had my mouse disconnect quite a few times
 

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AGESA 1.2.0.1?


edit. installed it, confirmed AGESA 1.2.0.1 but without patch A, runs my 2700X with same settings as before so at least working. More interesting with 5-series.
Bar up and running but highly dubt it will be worth it. New bioses memory latency is **** on zen2 and on top of that losing pcie 4.0. I think it wont outweight the negatives.
 

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Bar up and running but highly dubt it will be worth it. New bioses memory latency is **** on zen2 and on top of that losing pcie 4.0. I think it wont outweight the negatives.
Yeah but it may be possible to add BAR support to an older bios, im pretty much in the same predicament as you....
 

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Bar up and running but highly dubt it will be worth it. New bioses memory latency is **** on zen2 and on top of that losing pcie 4.0. I think it wont outweight the negatives.
Oh Noes, that is not the bios! You have fallen for the temptation and installed Windows Insider, Ryzen cache is f*ing bugged on the current Insider builds. Just install a official Windows build and cache will be back to normal, WITH the new bios.
 
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