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Author Topic: X370 XPower Gaming Titanium (7A31V1) Bios Discussion  (Read 10325 times)

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dragonfist22

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« Reply #200 on: 04-September-17, 21:58:28 »

I'm sorry you guys aren't having fun with the new bios.  I found having cool and quiet on when OCing the CPU resulted in a set clock speed of 2800.  Without it on, the OC was stable for a couple days but started showing instability after a few days.  Probably need to lower the OC or something. 

However, at stock CPU speeds, I've gotten the best results out of the memory thus far.  And THAT has been stable as can be.  And CPU OC is not my priority at this point.  If one could simply up the lower end of the turbo, I'd be very happy.  I've no real desire to keep all cores at 4.1GHZ all the time.  I'd like my CPU to last me a while.
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« Reply #201 on: 08-September-17, 06:47:46 »

Seems to me a simple  If-Then command would be easy enough to implement.  If Ryzen 1*00x, Then (Temp)-20c for the debug LED.  I mean, an electrical/software engineer I am not, but...

Apparently that is too hard for the MSI BIOS devs to work that out, so they are just displaying RAM clock instead (i think).
if (CPU.name.match(/X$/) {
   debugLED.offset = -20;
}
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« Reply #202 on: 08-September-17, 14:18:38 »

I think it is not RAM frequency or sth else.
Start up from turn off status it will shows 24
Sleep and wake up it, we can see 30
Do it one more time, we get 33
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« Reply #203 on: 13-September-17, 05:42:53 »

BIOS BETA1.93
CPU Core voltage can rush to 1.432V with 1700X (All auto and only OC memory).
It looks too high.
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dragonfist22

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« Reply #204 on: 13-September-17, 16:58:17 »

BIOS BETA1.93
CPU Core voltage can rush to 1.432V with 1700X (All auto and only OC memory).
It looks too high.

Yeah, 1.93 I lost all gains from 1.91.  Wouldn't even post with 3066 where 1.91 was stable.  I didn't test other features as the memory speed is what is important to me at the moment.

I rolled back to 1.91
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« Reply #205 on: 13-September-17, 21:22:04 »

Yeah, 1.93 I lost all gains from 1.91.  Wouldn't even post with 3066 where 1.91 was stable.  I didn't test other features as the memory speed is what is important to me at the moment.

I rolled back to 1.91
Well.. I upgrade from 1.83.1.93 can pass AIDA64 stress test on memory with XFR turned off. So It looks better for me.
When I use 1.83, stress test (on memory only) will shut up in 3 min because "hardware failure" if I turn off XFR to have lower voltage (up to 1.2V on core) and I have 1.416V max voltage with XFR on. So 1.93 gives me an option at least.
For memory frequency, I should say gskill 3200C14 is the only option for 1st gen ryzen... It is AMD's fault.
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