Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards AMD' started by mohiuddin, Jul 24, 2019.
it could be the card is not sitting in the slot well, or even damage to the card :x
I doubt it considering I haven’t moved it in 6 months and it was working fine before I updated to the new BIOS save for the WHEA issues.
So far so good with 3700x on Msi x370 gaming pro carbon. Bios version is 7A32v1NP 184.108.40.206. Memory runs at rated speed of 3200 cl14. Only problem is that Destiny 2 wont even start.
Yeah, thats expected sadly, the Destiny 2 fix isn't ready yet.
I resolved the x4 PCIE issue. I switched over to using the Wraith Prism because I was curious about how well it would do compared to my H60i(about the same) but I had to pull the CPU to clean off the old paste and that seems to have done the trick. at this point I've gotten all the "bugs: worked out and it's running the AIDA burn test at 4.1 all core with a very occasional single core drop to 4.08. temps reached 75-80 average with a very occasional spike to 82 or so. Going to leave the Wraith in because I actually like the look of it. The only thing holding me back now would be the cooling and the weaker VRM. one thing to note also is that my CPU has never once boosted to 4.4 and extremely rarely gets to 4.367 on a core. I would chock that up to my motherboard.
New beta bios is out for b450 tomahawk. Lets see what happens.
It is most likely because of your temps. Your temp is not super hot, but could be better. Ryzen 3000 chips will boost higher in clock speed, boost longer, and boost more often with a cooler offering lower load temperatures.
Also, are you using the stock thermal pad ? If you replace that with some Noctua NT-H1, that should give you about a 5 degree lower temp.
Using a 3600x and a Gigabyte x470 Aorus Gaming 7 wifi rev 1.1, bios F41, AGESA 220.127.116.11ab, never hits boost clocks of 4.4. On rare occasion I hit 4.300 on a single core. Mainly 4.275. Max vcore CPU is 1.45v auto with PBO on.
However with bios F40, AGESA 18.104.22.168, Hit boost clocks no problem. Max vcore was 1.52v Average over 24hr period was 1.47v.
Hopeful to see a bios update from Gigabyte soon.
Yeah I agree I don’t really care about the speed so much but I would have expected the chip to hit rates speeds on the provided hardware.
Nah I left the crappy paste AMD put on. Perhaps I should take it off and add some of my AS5.
Non beta version of AMD AGESA Combo-AM4 22.214.171.124 released for Asrock B450M Steel Legend. I don't think i had any issues with the current bios, other then RAM XMP OC not being stable.
Seen reports on reddit that this bios fixed some problems for users. But someone with same board says he can't enter the bios after updating.
The 07 code error seems to get resolved with a new beta bios from asus. First post will be updated.
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