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    Quote Originally Posted by Xploder270 View Post
    This is a User Profile that stems from a modded 5220 Bios that has the Spread Spectrum Option visible (it's actually in their BIOS but hidden). Loading this profile on the official ROM will disable the hidden setting.
    Unfortunately, this is only for the X470-PRO.
    I have prime x470-pro, can he activate blck frequency too?? It would be nice

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    up !
    @Raja@Asus can u do something about ?

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    *Push*
    Please make the option available for us.

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    *bump*

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    up.

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    pls dont forget asus ! You still in time ^^

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    Previously when I tested HPET/Spread Spectrum by unhiding it I came to the conclusion it does nothing. The Stilt recently tested and shared his information in this post on OCN (Quoted below).

    In my opinion it has nothing to do with ASUS.

    By default HPET and Spread Spectrum (for internal Pll) are enabled in AGESA and AMD has implemented their control through a debug menu, which isn't intended to the end-users.
    The debug menu also appears to a remainder of old reference code, since it is clear that it isn't working.

    Since these options (HPET and SSC) are supposed to be enabled at all times (at default), implementing control for them would require custom code from ASUS side. Sure, they can be disabled at bios build time, but obviously you cannot disable these features in public bios builds.

    Are there any AM4 motherboards from any ODM, which would provide a functional HPET control?
    Last edited by gupsterg; 11-13-2019 at 11:04 AM.
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    Interesting enough.

    I do have the option to disable spread spectrum on the VI extreme which does indeed result in a 100Mhz bus speed.
    Yet there is no spread spectrum option in the X570 TUF BIOS.

    They are both running AGESA 1.0.0.4b so I can only conclude that it is ASUS that is choosing to remove it as a option and not AMD as the above post suggests.
    Last edited by ROGod; 01-15-2020 at 06:42 AM.

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    99.8 or 100 mhz??

    seriously, are you guys for real?

    Seem more like a mental health issue than a bios issue to me..

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    It's .2 off!!! it's triggering my OCD lol.

    It was just an observation between different ASUS mobo's.
    Last edited by ROGod; 01-15-2020 at 02:46 PM.

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