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The AMD Ryzen All In One Tread /Overclocking/Memory Speeds & Timings/Tweaking/Cooling

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards AMD' started by chispy, Feb 22, 2017.

  1. AsiJu

    AsiJu Ancient Guru

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    Interesting... still no KB4056892 patch via WU:

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    only Defender definitions, Flash player update and malware removal tool January 2018.

    Checked update history too and not there either. Build ver 16299.125 still.

    Did all of you who have the patch install it manually? Because it seems MS isn't even pushing it for Ryzen systems?
     
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    So pulled on purpose, that explains it then. Didn't get it last week either though.
     
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  7. AsiJu

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    Ok, good to know. I'll wait for WU rollout though.
     
  8. Clouseau

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    Installed 3501. Skipped 3101.

    Initial impressions is that it is a step in the right direction. Was able to post with bootstrap 3533. Will not make it into Windows. Not willing to play with CLDO_VDDP yet. Bootstrap 3600 is still a no go. Will not even post; memory hole must have moved as a result of certain default settings. Ram is trained a bit differently. Twr now defaults to 20. Default under 3008 was 26. All the rest stayed at the same defaults. Aside from that, previous settings booted and was stable at the same voltage as with 3008. Have not tried to see if less voltage is a possibility yet.

    Do not know why but still anxiously waiting for 3600 to be a reality. Do not care about the whole 3600 at C16 is not as good as 3200 with tight timings. Fixated on achieving that speed for some reason.
     
  9. DW75

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    I find everything is the most snappy at 3200 with 14-14-14-14-34-1T. Have you tried 3200 with 13-13-13-13-32-2T ? You may get lucky and it will work stable. I have not tested on my kit yet.
     
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    Started out on 14-14-14-14-32-1T @ 3200. As soon as was able to get 3466 stable was there. Recently having hit stability with 3508 (101.2BCLK x 3466bootstrap) @ 15-15-15-15-35-50-1T @1.38v have been quite happy there. SOC is offset @ -.01875 and the cpu w a multi of 39 is offset @ +.03750. Will give the 13-13-13-13 a try. Have not even gotten into the whole P-State thing.
     

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    I just benchmarked with 3200 at 13-13-13-13-32-1T. No issues so far. I may just leave it there for a while. :p

    Edit: This is definitely offering improved responsiveness in Windows and program launch times as well.
     
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    Tried 13-13-13-13-32-1T on UEFI 3501, could not get it stable. For that matter, ram speed 3508 ended up being a no go as well. Have since gone back to UEFI 3008 knowing that current settings are good to go. Still feel 3501 is a step in the right direction; just not currently for me.
     
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    ASRock boards seem to have new BIOSes out, "update AGESA for upcoming processors" :)
     
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    Yep, updated my X370 Killer SLI/ac yesterday. There is a new AMD/ASrock overclocking option. Have no idea which is better.
     

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    Notice any improvement or differences otherwise?

    I have a Killer SLI (non ac) mobo too. Still using 3.00 (agesa 1006a) as no issues and newer versions haven't added anything notable based on descriptions.
     
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    I am still waiting for a new BIOS for my MSI X370 Gaming Plus. Currently using BETA V5.55 as it is more stable for me vs v5.50 but I get PFN LIST CORRUPT BSOD a lot from windows even with no overclocking whatsoever.
     
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    PFN is harddisk related .. doesn't Event Viewer show what HHD this is happening on ?
     
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    is overclock.net down or am I constantly hitting the site during maintenance? Was down yesterday, Monday, and was down today. Will give it a try again in the morning.
     
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    Unfortunately the Intel microcode issue may affect the release schedule of AMD platform motherboards, at least in the short term. Now that the majority of manufacturers have released updated bioses, they will have to do so again since the current microcode update is bugged. This time around it's quite possible they'll do more testing/more testing of the updated bioses, which could impede on the testing and release of AMD bioses. AMD bioses are currently undergoing a major update with the AGESA code, which in turn means updating of other functions of the bios. Even if you did have to wait a few weeks the next bios release will likely be very attractive of a preposition.
     

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