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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamino View Post
    @Shamino what are your thoughts on this Hardware Unboxed video where he says the boost issue is motherboard problem. Sadly it didn't include CH mobos but i doubt they would have topped. You have said before the boost is an AGESA issue specifically 1003 has lower boost.


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    Quote Originally Posted by abaw001 View Post
    @Shamino what are your thoughts on this Hardware Unboxed video where he says the boost issue is motherboard problem. Sadly it didn't include CH mobos but i doubt they would have topped. You have said before the boost is an AGESA issue specifically 1003 has lower boost.

    It is definitely a BIOS issue. I have tried my CPU in another b450 board running ABB bios and it was boosting over 4.2GHz. In the C6H it doesn't go past 4.1GHz. PBO doesn't work either

    I find it annoying that ASUS is trying to blame AGESA yet the same CPU and AGESA from another manufacturer allow the CPU to boost properly. I'm not saying the AGESA doesn't worsen boosting, but it is mobo based too and the apparent ignorance isn't helping. More evidence of that is coming to light. Plus it says it all when I can do a BCLK overclock and get my chip to boost to 4.2ghz that way perfectly stable at stock voltage and boosting behaviour
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duvar View Post
    hiiii

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    i can think of a few different ways to induce boosts.
    you can trick telemetry (mismatching board controller settings vs actual) settings that the bios would write to align proc/smu with board
    you can trick telemetry another way by reporting lower current than actual to the proc via SVI
    you can increase voltage slightly -> i know many people are reducing volts by having nega offsets, but adding some offset to volt AND/OR upping loadline levels actually would see higher cinebench scores the last i tried - i meant all core load. (call it reverse clk stretch or whatever you want)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamino View Post
    you can trick telemetry (mismatching board controller settings vs actual) settings that the bios would write to align proc/smu with board
    this would be making 'the' mistake deliberately:
    https://www.overclock.net/forum/28029190-post1.html

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    Hey guys, I've found the source of a lot of BSOD's on Windows 10 for our motherboards.

    It's old Intel Networking Drivers that are causing the corruption.

    Please, for EVERYONE who has a motherboard with I211 Intel NIC (all Crosshair VI, VII, VIII Hero boards have it), install this latest version which came out after 1903 launched.

    All other drivers came out before, which Is why I believe the issues are happening:

    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/pro...er-I211-Series

    After installing, my BSODs are GONE. AND, websites load faster, so something is definitely wrong with the previous drivers on 1903.

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    Now running the 2703 BIOS, can't see any boot time improvement yet, maybe 1s it's at 19s now with fast boot enabled. Will test the RAM stability again, probably overnight to be sure (the 3200 CL14 one, the 3600 CL14 is 3dmark stable only) and wait for a BSOD in the meantime (or just freeze without a dump as it happened in the last 2 days). Will also update the intel network drivers above.

    Oh yeah, no change in boost behavior compared to 2606.

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    I tried the new official 7403 on my chVI hero but I still have problems: the system turns off and comes on again instantly when it is turned on; I have cold boot with my gskill flarex 3200 and standard docp profile; I'm back again with the 7302 beta version; why this problems since 7306 and 7401?

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    hi, ch7h+3700x user here, also had trouble with not reaching boost clocks with 2606 (1.0.0.3 AB) ... i was getting like 3250 sustained during st with occasional 4300 peaks...

    after trying almost every setting in amd cbs i found out that setting cppc to enabled, cppc_preffered_cores to enabled in smu options and global c-states control to enabled actually makes mine cpu sustain 3.75ghz with frequent 4.4ghz

    screen


    sadly pbo or autoOC is still no go, actually lowers clocks for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex656 View Post
    I tried the new official 7403 on my chVI hero but I still have problems: the system turns off and comes on again instantly when it is turned on; I have cold boot with my gskill flarex 3200 and standard docp profile; I'm back again with the 7302 beta version; why this problems since 7306 and 7401?
    I confirm. CROSSHAIR VI HERO + Ryzen 1800X. 7306 and 7403 have this problem.
    If this is a beta version of the BIOS, you should make notes. Or did the quality of the bios completely drop?

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