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    Edit - Resolved. CH VII BIOS 2203 Downclocking Issue?

    EDIT - Fixed it. Read my last reply (I feel dumb)...sorry for the spam...


    Updated to the new 2203 on the Asus site.

    I got a 2700X

    Did my normal settings, I dont change much other then setting my DRAM settings, Level 2 enhancer voltage offset (- 0.0685) etc like Ive always done.

    Ive noticed in HWINFO that my cores rarely drop below 3 GHz now and most stay at 4.215.

    Win 10 power settings havent changed,

    Also noticed in Ryzen master that PPT/TDC and EDC all have a limit now of 1000.

    Left CPU idle for about an hour and according to HWINFO my lowest few cores are at 2.8GHz and the rest are staying at 4.2 or so.

    My avg Vcore sits at 1.45 and doesn't change except for a tiny bit.

    Any help or ideas?

    Thanks!
    Last edited by jpsgaming; 04-13-2019 at 09:29 PM.

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    Eh its also doing it on BIOS 2103?

    I was on 1201 before.

    Is this something new or changes they made?

    Doing it on 2103 and 2203 I skipped 2008 cause PBO was broken.

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    On 2103 and 2203 tried with default settings no changes other then setting the DOCP for my ram. Touched no other settings.

    Same thing. All cores stays at 4.25 to 4.50 or so on all cores and wont drop. Voltage wont drop either from and avg of 1.417

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    Sigh..figured it out....I have a UPS on my PC. That shows the battery option in the windows system tray. I was messing around with that the other day and set it for max performance.

    Even though my power plan showed nothing changed this overrode it and was making everything run high...

    Well sorted that out sorry for the forum spam.

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