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    Quote Originally Posted by syldon View Post
    My apologies I didn't mean to put you on a spot. My thoughts are if anyone takes the time to look at another bios txt output, then it should be done as a guide only. The silicon lottery prevents a one size fits all when trying to min-max.
    No problem at all .
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    Quote Originally Posted by syldon View Post
    My apologies I didn't mean to put you on a spot. My thoughts are if anyone takes the time to look at another bios txt output, then it should be done as a guide only. The silicon lottery prevents a one size fits all when trying to min-max.



    I had guessed that much from your name usage. I have no idea why I wrote the pronoun him.



    No worries I just needed to confirm lol


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    Thanks so much and I've copied your base profile. I've attached a screen shot of my bios so do these stats look alright?
    Miniatura de Adjuntos Miniatura de Adjuntos base oc.jpg  



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    1.417 for 3.9 seems too high. So either you overshoot too much or you have potato chip.
    1.89 for PLL too high without a reason again. Weird it ignores 1.8 setting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBishop View Post
    1.417 for 3.9 seems too high. So either you overshoot too much or you have potato chip.
    1.89 for PLL too high without a reason again. Weird it ignores 1.8 setting.
    What do you mean potato chip and should I rma my board and cpu?


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    Make sure your cpu is stable first before worring about ram. Run Prime95 with small in place FFT for at least an hour. If not errors, then run large in place FFT for at least 2 hours. Run that with the ram set on full auto. The ram will function at 2133 JEDEC specs. If the cpu can finish both Prime95 runs without error, the cpu and soc voltage settings are close enough. Keep in mind that 3.9 on all cores is an overclock and the 1.8 PLL voltage setting may need to be adjusted as well.

    For reference, using a BCLK of 100.6 and a cpu multiplier of 39, my 1700X need a cpu offset of + .02500|LLC 3, soc offset of - .01250|LLC 2, and the 1.8 PLL set at 1.82 to be stable.

    Once the cpu is stable, then ram is just a question of timings and DRAM voltage.
    Last edited by Clouseau; 05-09-2018 at 08:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clouseau View Post
    Make sure your cpu is stable first before worring about ram. Run Prime95 with small in place FFT for at least an hour. If not errors, then run large in place FFT for at least 2 hours. Run that with the ram set on full auto. The ram will function at 2133 JEDEC specs. If the cpu can finish both Prime95 runs without error, the cpu and soc voltage settings are close enough. Keep in mind that 3.9 on all cores is an overclock and the 1.8 PLL voltage setting may need to be adjusted as well.

    For reference, using a BCLK of 100.6 and a cpu multiplier of 39, my 1700X need a cpu offset of + .02500|LLC 3, soc offset of - .01250|LLC 2, and the 1.8 PLL set at 1.82 to be stable.

    Once the cpu is stable, then ram is just a question of timings and DRAM voltage.
    Thanks for your help :-)


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    I contacted Asus UK and told them about my board issues with the default vcore too high and my offsets not matching the grey window. This is what I got back

    "Thank you for contacting ASUS Support .

    Indeed 1.417V is high for the Ryzen chip. We cannot guarantee any overclocking results while it is done manualy .
    We recomend using the EZ Tuning Wizard in order to overclock the CPU and the RAM . This is the easiest and most safe way to overclock .
    Please check chapter 3 page 9 from the users guide"

    I have done what they suggested by resetting cmos and using ez tuning wizard with much higher vcore and my 3200 memory overclock removed. I have attached the screenshot

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    Quote Originally Posted by VRBabe81 View Post
    What do you mean potato chip and should I rma my board and cpu?
    Most new CPU batches (say after week 30 or 40) are able to hit 4GHz below 1.35V. Mine does 4@1.31V for example. It is lottery and not a reason for RMA.

    Don't forget to set up Digi+ tab in BIOS - it has big impact on stability and voltage required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBishop View Post
    Most new CPU batches (say after week 30 or 40) are able to hit 4GHz below 1.35V. Mine does 4@1.31V for example. It is lottery and not a reason for RMA.

    Don't forget to set up Digi+ tab in BIOS - it has big impact on stability and voltage required.
    If you have the same board and cpu as myself would you be able to paste your bios settings here so that I can try what you are using. Thanks again oh did you see my latest screenshot with ez tuning wizard 1.5v is not safe at all.


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