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  1. Hello, This is normal behaviour depending on...

    Hello,

    This is normal behaviour depending on the board and UEFI settings. Some onboard controllers require a power cycle. Memory training may also require the power to cycle before POST.
  2. For those frequencies you may want to look at...

    For those frequencies you may want to look at dropping them further. Auto rules can be quite tight depending on the scenario.


    1.35 is on the high side but should be fine, I would not recommend...
  3. What Qcode? SA Voltage at 1.45 is far too high....

    What Qcode?
    SA Voltage at 1.45 is far too high. Is there any reason you’re pumping this rail so far?

    These are signal rails and are sensitive to too much voltage, it will hurt stability. I would...
  4. Memory kits are binned in the density that they...

    Memory kits are binned in the density that they are sold in. Tune frequency, timings and voltage to accommodate. How much is needed depends on the amount of guardband put in place by the memory...
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    Hello, mixing memory kits is not advisable. Often...

    Hello, mixing memory kits is not advisable. Often feel like a broken record when saying this, but if not wanting to tune the memory it's best to buy a kit in the density you wish to use.

    This is...
  6. Make sure the board is set to optimised defaults...

    Make sure the board is set to optimised defaults before attempting to flash if not doing so already.


    The long boot you describe is the system failing POST stress tests. Memory rules can change...
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    Hello, Reset the CMOS as per the instructions...

    Hello,

    Reset the CMOS as per the instructions in the manual (1.1.7).

    If still no signal, remove the CPU and check for any bent pins, reseat checking for even mounting pressure.

    Check that...
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    64GB density at 3600 and beyond is tough on the...

    64GB density at 3600 and beyond is tough on the fabric, so expect some manual tweaking. There are plenty of kits out there that aren’t validated, however. Stick with GSKILL.
  9. I don't have that board to hand so whereas I...

    I don't have that board to hand so whereas I can't tell you why you're unable to see the VID in HWinfo, the reasoning for what you were asking was another question entirely, and one that cannot be...
  10. I'm also talking about DRAM voltage, nobody has...

    I'm also talking about DRAM voltage, nobody has mentioned CPU voltage. The real time voltage and the VID are not one and the same. This is why an oscilloscope is needed to confirm whether the DIMM...
  11. In order to stress the memory bus adequately with...

    In order to stress the memory bus adequately with HCI one instance should be launched per CPU thread with an ideal coverage time of 400-500%. HCI consider 1000%+ to be the golden standard. Coverage...
  12. Hello, The voltage you see in monitoring...

    Hello,

    The voltage you see in monitoring depends on where the power line is tapped, and you would need the right equipment (oscilloscope) in order to be able to see any fast transient changes. The...
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    Hello, Yes it is safe. The controllers and...

    Hello,

    Yes it is safe. The controllers and algorithms track temperatures and frequency within a predefined envelope. The resulting data will depend on the CPU sample.
  14. As above, really. You want to be testing on a...

    As above, really. You want to be testing on a fresh OS before spending much more time debugging. Might be an idea to start making image backups so it's not such a hardship every time.
  15. Hi, Depending on what UEFI revision you're...

    Hi,


    Depending on what UEFI revision you're coming from, profiles carried over from earlier AGESA revisions may not work depending on the applied settings. You can save the txt file from within...
  16. Sounds like the system isn't stable enough to...

    Sounds like the system isn't stable enough to pass a cold boot every time. Try increasing VSOC voltage. 3600 should scale to around 1.08v automatically depending on board and UEFI revision. You can...
  17. 1.67v? What LLC are you setting? I don't have...

    1.67v? What LLC are you setting? I don't have this platform to hand.

    Adaptive requires that the voltage input is above the minimum VID for a given ratio. In order to do this you would need to...
  18. This. With passive cooling anything under 70c is...

    This. With passive cooling anything under 70c is acceptable. With heavy data writes these drives can get fairly warm.
  19. What you're currently using. The CPU will boost...

    What you're currently using. The CPU will boost on it's own within the predefined power envelope
  20. Hello, No, you haven't missed anything. If...

    Hello,

    No, you haven't missed anything. If disabling PBO the CPU is constrained within stock TDP
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    Hello, If not done so remove the CPU and...

    Hello,


    If not done so remove the CPU and check the socket for bent pins, remount the CPU with even mounting pressure.

    Clear the CMOS as per instructions depicted in the user manual via the...
  22. Hello, CPU-Z displays the CPU VID and not the...

    Hello, CPU-Z displays the CPU VID and not the supplied voltage (Vcore)
  23. Hello, Did you enable DOCP prior to the issue...

    Hello,

    Did you enable DOCP prior to the issue occurring?


    1. Turn off the computer and unplug the power cord

    2. Locate CLRTC pins as per snip below

    3. Short circuit the pins with a...
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    Hello, You've not posted in the correct...

    Hello,

    You've not posted in the correct section at all which hasn't helped you in getting any replies.

    error 41 is fairly generic and is synonymous with a lot of system crashes.

    Does the...
  25. Hi, You've not mentioned which software you're...

    Hi,

    You've not mentioned which software you're referring to? If it's third party such as HWInfo, you're best off asking the author.
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