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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamino View Post
    look its a fast pretest bios for those who wanna tweak and try
    perhaps i should state that
    if i need to test every possible config , i wont be able to put them up here.
    if this is the case i will probably not post any bioses since these need to go thru thorough testing
    Most of us here are just happy to test and feedback.

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    I may add that this is the sort of feedback enthusiasts love, contrary to total silence. Enthusiasts are always eager to tweak their systems

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamino View Post
    look its a fast pretest bios for those who wanna tweak and try
    perhaps i should state that
    if i need to test every possible config , i wont be able to put them up here.
    if this is the case i will probably not post any bioses since these need to go thru thorough testing
    I am happy to always tweak and try, I do that a lot. I have used betas released by Elmor/Raja on C6H/ZE.

    But as you can see, ~1.35V to chipset is quite high and this is at UEFI defaults.

    I download file from a laptop, placed on USB and used flashback and boom first post entered UEFI and see ~1.35V. I couldn't care mouse still does not work, but over voltage was quite high.

    Quote Originally Posted by xeizo View Post
    I've changed my mind, I want to test this.
    Since high SOC is known, it's after all easy adjustable.
    It's not SOC that goes high.

    It is chipset voltage.

    Yes you can manually set it, but be aware if your board exhibits issue of ~1.35V to chipset (default is ~1.05V), when you use "SAFEBOOT" or do "CLEAR CMOS" to get out of "situation" you will be back at ~1.35V....
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    Quote Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
    I am happy to always tweak and try, I do that a lot. I have used betas released by Elmor/Raja on C6H/ZE.

    But as you can see, ~1.35V to chipset is quite high and this is at UEFI defaults.

    I download file from a laptop, placed on USB and used flashback and boom first post entered UEFI and see ~1.35V. I couldn't care mouse still does not work, but over voltage was quite high.



    It's not SOC that goes high.

    It is chipset voltage.

    Yes you can manually set it, but be aware if your board exhibits issue of ~1.35V to chipset (default is ~1.05V), when you use "SAFEBOOT" or do "CLEAR CMOS" to get out of "situation" you will be back at ~1.35V....

    Oh sorry, I misread that, almost forgot there IS a chipset (after all Ryzen is a SOC)

    I would still be happy to test any state of bios progress, but for CH7 without WiFi!

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    All I need is information or someone at ASUS to do, to make UEFI 0068 not go to ~1.35V on chipset voltage, for those people's motherboards affected by it, is a simple mod.

    Takes ~30sec if I had the information.

    Someone just needs to manually set 1.05V for the 2 values in red box with correct data input. Then there is no chance chipset would get zapped by ~1.35V and people who wanted to change Chipset voltage, they still would be able to using Extreme Tweaker page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
    All I need is information or someone at ASUS to do, to make UEFI 0068 not go to ~1.35V on chipset voltage, for those people's motherboards affected by it, is a simple mod.

    Takes ~30sec if I had the information.

    Someone just needs to manually set 1.05V for the 2 values in red box with correct data input. Then there is no chance chipset would get zapped by ~1.35V and people who wanted to change Chipset voltage, they still would be able to using Extreme Tweaker page.

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    Looks very simple, yes, someone in the know wouldn't exactly exhaust himself ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
    All I need is information or someone at ASUS to do, to make UEFI 0068 not go to ~1.35V on chipset voltage, for those people's motherboards affected by it, is a simple mod.

    Takes ~30sec if I had the information.

    Someone just needs to manually set 1.05V for the 2 values in red box with correct data input. Then there is no chance chipset would get zapped by ~1.35V and people who wanted to change Chipset voltage, they still would be able to using Extreme Tweaker page.

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    Is there anything anywhere inside this, that may FIX the BIOS MOUSE problem too?

    NightHawkSoup

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    Quote Originally Posted by xeizo View Post
    Looks very simple, yes, someone in the know wouldn't exactly exhaust himself ...
    I am not being rude to Shamino.

    I have utmost respect for the guy.

    I even explained to someone on another forum who the "super moderator" was.

    I am all for pushing and tweaking.

    Even though I said I would not use or recommend UEFI 0068 today I thought what the heck. In the past ~6 days of using the R5 3600 with C7H, nearly 8-12hrs a day, for differing profiles, I know how I will not get stuck and not need to use "SAFEBOOT" or "CLEAR CMOS".

    This ZIP contains todays testing.

    This post on OCN shares an observation I made on UEFI 2406 regarding SOC, link.

    On 2406 if we adjust SOC on Extreme Tweaker, for the portion of POST where AMD FW is in control (AFAIK), it will go to ~1.1V, then go to what you set in UEFI using Extreme Tweaker, say I set 1.075V (effective = ~1.062V).

    Now if you use the AMD menu you do not get the ~1.1V at initial POST on UEFI 2406. You get what you want.

    When you extract above ZIP, when in a folder organise files by time, then you better see process.

    On UEFI 0068 if I use AMD menu to set SOC of 1.025V you need to place SOC on Extreme Tweaker as Offset mode [Auto] or else you get ~1.1V.

    Watch Video_2019-07-15_153256.wmv first in 3533MHz folder, then 3533S 1.025 0.985 1.35 0.675.wmv.

    So yeah I'm a full on tinker and tweaker .

    Next if on UEFI 0068 I see the board will do 2 POSTs when I changed some settings. This is not an issue IMO. It has "improved training".

    Check the screenie in the 3666MHz folder.

    Can you see as I went from [Auto] ProcODT of 40 to 53 PASS rate improved, the moment I set 60 I had gone too far. So now I will use 53 and tweak other settings which may aid stability.

    Another observation I made comparing UEFI 2406 vs 0068, besides the double POST when setting is changes is how it does not default to ProODT 60 on [Auto] for my config. It use 40, so someone is improving the UEFI IMO.

    I hope my feedback is useful.
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    Great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightHawkSoup View Post
    Is there anything anywhere inside this, that may FIX the BIOS MOUSE problem too?

    NightHawkSoup
    Sorry, the UEFI is far more complex then I have experience to fix that issue.

    I can do some manual mods and tweaks via AMIBCP, but I am no UEFI engineer .

    Quote Originally Posted by xeizo View Post
    Great work!
    Thank you , I am continuing further testing .

    I fully believe UEFI 0068 is step in right direction for training process of board.

    I do hope next release is at least AGESA ComboPi-AM4 1.0.0.3AB. I have heard Gigabyte have already started upload of AGESA ComboPi-AM4 1.0.0.3ABA for their X370 boards....
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