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    MotherboardROG STRIX X470-F GAMING
    ProcessorRyzen 2700X
    Memory (part number)Vengeance RGB Pro CMW16GX4M2C3000C15
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    Sound CardPioneer Elite Receiver, SteelSeries GameDAC
    MonitorAcer KG271U 1440p/144Hz, Samsung 46" 1080p
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    Storage #2Barracuda Pro 2TB, Firecuda 2TB
    CPU CoolerH115i Pro, 3X LL120 Fans
    CaseCorsair Obsidian 500D
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    Keyboard K70 MK.2 Low Profile Rapidfire - MX Speed, Logitech G613 Wireless
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    New BIOS Available Today!

    BIOS 4406 is now available on the support page. ASUS chipset driver package 18.50.16.01 I also available and recommended in the BIOS section to be installed before updating the BIOS. When I ran the chipset install utility and selected Custom Install, all my AMD drivers are shown as currently up to date.
    X470-F, 2700X, RX 590, 970 EVO, Obsidian 500D, H115i Pro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan3tCrack3r View Post
    BIOS 4406 is now available on the support page. ASUS chipset driver package 18.50.16.01 I also available and recommended in the BIOS section to be installed before updating the BIOS. When I ran the chipset install utility and selected Custom Install, all my AMD drivers are shown as currently up to date.
    It seems strange that their support told me couple of days ago that BIOS with fan fix will be released at the end of the month. Maybe they will release 2 BIOS this month? Has anyone tested this BIOS for fan problem? I remember when BIOS fan fix for CHVII was released they put in description this:

    "Update compatibility protocol for 3rd party hardware monitoring software.
    Fixed miscellaneous issues with fan calibration/options."

    Maybe they didn`t put description this time?

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    I've just installed BIOS 4406 (from 4207), so no data regarding the fans' issues yet, except that some Noctua fans I'm using now have much smaller lowest % duty.
    Profiles made with previous BIOS were there, but totally unusable, possibly due to not be compatible at all with BIOS 4406.
    As every BIOS update, it reset itself, so made all changes I've done by memory and from older BIOS screenshots I've taken.
    I have not found any others changes on BIOS settings, thou.

    The only "visible" change I've seen so far is that now Level 1 performance seems to be between 2700MHz lows to 4200MHz highs,
    a great difference from 2100MHz lows to 4300MHz highs (PBO2/XFR2).

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    Quick update:
    Fan issues remain in BIOS 4406, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timiman View Post
    Quick update:
    Fan issues remain in BIOS 4406, too.
    I pressumed Than we ll have to wait for the end of this month. I hope they will release this time and not like the last time when they told me that BIOS will be released in January.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timiman View Post
    I've just installed BIOS 4406 (from 4207), so no data regarding the fans' issues yet, except that some Noctua fans I'm using now have much smaller lowest % duty.
    Profiles made with previous BIOS were there, but totally unusable, possibly due to not be compatible at all with BIOS 4406.
    As every BIOS update, it reset itself, so made all changes I've done by memory and from older BIOS screenshots I've taken.
    I have not found any others changes on BIOS settings, thou.

    The only "visible" change I've seen so far is that now Level 1 performance seems to be between 2700MHz lows to 4200MHz highs,
    a great difference from 2100MHz lows to 4300MHz highs (PBO2/XFR2).
    Previously PE L2 had no power limitations on top of scalar 10X, does it restore your usual clock behavior?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlleyViper View Post
    Previously PE L2 had no power limitations on top of scalar 10X, does it restore your usual clock behavior?
    I'd tried PLevel 2, too. Limits did not change from PLevel 1.

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    Well, I've found out the cause of the changed lows and highs of the frequency of the CPU.
    Although the latest Chipset Drivers -recommended for BIOS 4406, did not install anything, as it found everything up to date,
    it managed to change the powerplan of the system. AMD Ryzen Powerplan was causing the 2900-4200 "limitation".
    Set the powerplan to "Balanced" and the 2100-4300 returned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topfn View Post
    ryzen balanced will set minimum cpu state @90% afaik.
    win10 balanced uses 5%.

    edit: a bit of info about win10 balanced vs ryzen balanced:
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment...levant/eclsig7
    Yes indeed.
    By using 'Ryzen Balanced' with a 6% 'Minimum CPU Frequency' was the same as 'Balanced', in terms of lows/highs, but also with the gift of no parking the idle cores.

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    What I have noticed, is that the vcore vid is lower, before with everything in automatic, had readings of 1.46v with offset of -0.087v, now never exceed 1.406v, and the fast profile of the fans is arranged easy in the configuration of the bios, and that I have a hyper 212 evo push-pull and does not make noise.

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