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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array FoxTech PC Specs
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    MotherboardASUS Crosshair VI Hero
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    [QUOTE]The only thing these 7000 series BIOS updates are doing is adding Zen 2 support (Ryzen 3000 series). If you don't have one of these chips, there is no advantage to upgrading for you.QUOTE]

    Hi,

    I still stick with my 1800x. Will keep the 6903 then.

    Have a nice week!
    Last edited by FoxTech; 08-22-2019 at 04:57 PM.
    Greetings

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    anyone else playing with the new 7306? I admittedly don't really dig into the setting much, and am holding off the OC until I get the H115i Pro I've got coming. I'm enjoying the PBO setting after going from 1700X to 2700X but outside that.. not much to playing with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trylen View Post
    anyone else playing with the new 7306? I admittedly don't really dig into the setting much, and am holding off the OC until I get the H115i Pro I've got coming. I'm enjoying the PBO setting after going from 1700X to 2700X but outside that.. not much to playing with it.
    I have, I also tried the latest 7401 both reduced my boost clocks. Where before with 7201 I got 4 cores boosting up to 4,401Mhz when I moved to 7306 max boost on 3 cores was 4,301Mhz, on 7401 it was reduced to just 1 core hitting 4.3. With Auto OC on and with memory (Hynix chips) set to 3200mhz 1.35v, memory timings 16, 18, 18, 18, 38 everything else left at auto. CH6 I don't have any of the other problems that people have complained about with their bioses. I have moved back to 7201 with the exact same settings and now get 4 cores boosting to 4.4 and higher average clocks staying in the 4.3 area most of the time including gaming. I use HWINFO64 to record my stats. So there is my experience. Try my settings I have found them to be very stable. https://rog.asus.com/forum/images/icons/icon6.png
    Last edited by Jerry_57; 08-26-2019 at 03:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry_57 View Post
    I have, I also tried the latest 7401 both reduced my boost clocks. Where before with 7201 I got 4 cores boosting up to 4,401Mhz when I moved to 7306 max boost on 3 cores was 4,301Mhz, on 7401 it was reduced to just 1 core hitting 4.3. With Auto OC on and with memory (Hynix chips) set to 3200mhz 1.35v, memory timings 16, 18, 18, 18, 38 everything else left at auto. CH6 I don't have any of the other problems that people have complained about with their bioses. I have moved back to 7201 with the exact same settings and now get 4 cores boosting to 4.4 and higher average clocks staying in the 4.3 area most of the time including gaming. I use HWINFO64 to record my stats. So there is my experience. Try my settings I have found them to be very stable. https://rog.asus.com/forum/images/icons/icon6.png
    i updated to 7401 a couple of days ago still running a 1700x but am looking to get a 3900x when the price comes down and stock levels go up
    have been running some Corsair 3200 and its run fine for the last couple of years on updating to 7401 and setting the DOCP to 3200 i was getting blue screen of death randomly

    on running mem test 64 the memory was coming back with faults after 30 mins

    have now rolled back to 7201 and ran the test again with DOCP 3200 after 6 hours no errors and no BSOD

    i did not try resetting the CMOS when i had 7401 installed could this have made a difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lestat11 View Post
    i updated to 7401 a couple of days ago still running a 1700x but am looking to get a 3900x when the price comes down and stock levels go up
    have been running some Corsair 3200 and its run fine for the last couple of years on updating to 7401 and setting the DOCP to 3200 i was getting blue screen of death randomly

    on running mem test 64 the memory was coming back with faults after 30 mins

    have now rolled back to 7201 and ran the test again with DOCP 3200 after 6 hours no errors and no BSOD

    i did not try resetting the CMOS when i had 7401 installed could this have made a difference?
    Asus has posted an official 7403 for the Crosshair VI series boards on their support page.

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    sorry my fault i typed in the wrong number it was 7403 that i tried not 7401

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    ROG Junior Member Array JohnnyBftw PC Specs
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    MotherboardASUS X370 Crosshair VI Hero
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    Memory (part number)G.Skill F4-4266C19D-16GTZR @3733Mhz CL14
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    My 3600X with the latest 7403 BIOS and set to Max PBO+200Mhz barely goes over 4275Mhz.

    It's working very cool with an H110i with 4x140mm fans on push-pull so it's not a thermal issue. CPU barely goes 55°C under peak loads.

    Will this boost problem be addressed please?

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    People. What are your Ryzen 3x00 processor voltages displayed in the BIOS on Crosshair VI with default settings? Mine is 1.46-1.5V.
    Last edited by Aleksandr82; 08-29-2019 at 04:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksandr82 View Post
    People. What are your Ryzen 3x00 processor voltages displayed in the BIOS on Crosshair VI with default settings? Mine is 1.46-1.5V.
    It's normal, UEFI is a mini-OS and actually draws a lot more power than Windows in idle. You can test it with a power meter. Just get used to it

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    New ROGer Array Aleksandr82 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeizo View Post
    It's normal, UEFI is a mini-OS and actually draws a lot more power than Windows in idle. You can test it with a power meter. Just get used to it
    Can I get an answer to the question in numbers?

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