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    Any updates on newer bioses?
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    I note it says these bios betas (since 079) have P states that now work with custom BCLK. Any specific info on how to do that other than the default guides I have seen for P states which all revolve around a default BCLK of 100 ?

    (In essence, if you can now do this, how does setting the CPU frequency in the P state then work with the BCLK + multiplier in the Extreme Tweaker section ? Just set cutsom BCLK + multiplier freq to match the freq set in the P state. Or something else I'm not understanding !?

    And, is P state 0 working correctly, as I recall someone saying it wouldn't work at the moment...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace123 View Post
    Any updates on newer bioses?

    We are testing a new beta that uses a workaround to help with POST. Depending on how well that goes, it may be rolled out. There are other builds in the test pipeline also. All of this is taking time as the platform still has many quirks that need to be addressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace123 View Post
    Any updates on newer bioses?
    Probably by he end of the month but more likely sometime in May. They're trying to work on a huge memory compatibility patch. Patience is a virtue.

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    Performance + Overclock

    Hi to every one that is writing news and helps for us in this forum. I use your tips for overclocking and get stable my system, especially I used the elmor guide posted on forum.hwbot.org. This is my system:

    CPU: AMD Ryzen 1800X ( 39 X 100 Mhz= 3900 MHz - 1.350V manually in Bios )
    COOLER: AIO Coller Master Nepton 280L
    MOTHERBOARD: Asus Crosshair VI Hero ( Bios 0082 )
    RAM: F4-3200C14D-16GTZ ( D.O.C.P. 3200 MHz - 1.350V manually in Bios )

    Ryzen Master 1.01.0239 Temps between 19° C - 41°C ( Idle and Cinebench R15 )
    HWMonitor information show my CPU between 1.264V - 1.330V, most of the time 1.308V ( CPU-Z too )
    HWMonitor information show my SOC between 1.090V - 1.112V
    HWMonitor information show my RAM between 1.308V - 1.352V, most of the time 1.330V

    I'm using AMD Ryzen power balanced plan on Windows 10 64 bits.

    In Bios Options the most functions are in AUTO mode.

    My system is very stable at the moment, I use really 24/7 the last week without problems, no BSOD. But as you know If we buy this AMD Ryzen CPU and ASUS Motherboard is good reach the limits for maximum performance. So my question is what I have to add or change in the Bios like "External Digi+ Power Control" options for increase my Overclock to get stable 4000 MHz - 4100 MHz 24/7 use.

    Thanks by your time. Have a nice day.

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    The Digi+ settings don't make much, if any difference, to stability for a 24/7 overclock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjrb007 View Post
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 1800X ( 39 X 100 Mhz= 3900 MHz - 1.350V manually in Bios )

    So my question is what I have to add or change in the Bios like "External Digi+ Power Control" options for increase my Overclock to get stable 4000 MHz - 4100 MHz 24/7 use.
    3900 is the sweet spot for this CPU. To get higher speeds you need to increase the voltage, and you start to see significant temperature rises and power draw. Keep it cool and efficient at 3900 and don't bother to get higher than that for 24/7.

    Quote Originally Posted by cjrb007 View Post
    I'm using AMD Ryzen power balanced plan on Windows 10 64 bits.
    As far as I know there are issues with the balanced power plan (unless those are already fixed), so go to "High performance".
    Last edited by injurer; 04-22-2017 at 01:26 PM.

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    Raja@Asus think there is a bug here which needs fixing.

    running bios 0902 with the following :
    1. cpu core ratio changed to 39.00
    2. changed CPU core voltage to offset mode with CPU offset mode sign set to - instead of +
    3. CPU load line calibration set to level 2.

    as u can see in the screenshots of bioses of 0902 and 0082 there is a temp difference when running exactly the same settings listed above. i have also tried these on 1002,0079,0081,0083

    also aswell running these settings on 0079,0081,0082,0083 the CPU core voltage in windows doesnt drop back either using the settings i have listed above.

    this testing has been done using the latest verision of AMD Ryzen Master using AMD Ryzen power balanced plan and latest AMD chipset drivers.

    also a question i wanna ask do u or any of the tech guys know what setting it is which controls ur core clock speed so it can step back ?
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    Use the P-state software control tool that Elmor shared on OCN or set it up in UEFI. You have to set P-states up for power saving.

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    more info needed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    Use the P-state software control tool that Elmor shared on OCN or set it up in UEFI. You have to set P-states up for power saving.
    do u have a website address for this ?

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