Ryzen 3000 series CPUs

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  1. the_pessimist

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    So those 4400mhz bdies...
    threw them in set some values and bam. 3733cl14
    With some more tweaking i think i can get some insane results.
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  2. AlliZ

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  3. the_pessimist

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    CCD 1 4.225ghz (4.3 worked but wasnt stable for more then 1-2 runs)
    CCD 0 4.4ghz
    vcore 1.325v
    llc lvl 3

    CBR20 all core =7556

    How are your 3900x's faring? i think mine is quite meh tbh.

    Might see how the indivdual CCX's perform as well.


    upate: r20:7514 r20 single:514
    tried a voltage of 1.4 had no impact on max clock speed except for a 100mhz increase on one of the CCX's which wasn' worth it.
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    update 2: It seems as though there's a lot more all core performance avilable at lower voltages, hopefully the 1.0.0.4 will resolve this.
     
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  4. Will S

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    1/11/2019 new BIOS F10A ( Aorus Master X570 )

    1. Update AMD AGESA 1.0.0.4 B
    2. Improve system boot time
    3. Improve RAID function compatibility
    4. Add AMD Raven Ridge APU (Ryzen 2400G/ 2200G) support
     
  5. Bold Eagle

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    Damn Gigabit are allover it - Asus are dragging their arse along the ground.
     
  6. arasta

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    dont know about that - i keep my eye on the table here https://www.hardwareluxx.de/communi...-bios-agesa-ubersicht-04-11-19-a-1228903.html

    looks like GB, msi and asus have all got a production or test bios for 570 level boards. msi and asrock have given coverage to a few lower level boards, but asus and GB havent yet moved down the stack. msi started out slow with their updates a few months ago, but they seem to have their shit more together now. asrock seems to be reasonably quick with each update. GB and asus very much seem to be tending to the late release chipset first, with testing, then roll it out for the rest later on.

    still watching the ruckus closely. i havent decided if i should jump from an oc/ed 4690k at 4.3 to a 3700x rig, or i should dump funds into a 5700xt. (sorry NV fans, pass.)

    given elyzions bump to minim frames they saw on a 970, im not sure which way to jump. i run a rx480 nitro atm so fairly similar gpu ability from a cursory look around. i dont quite have the cash to dump into upgrade yet but i can do it soonish. just gotta decide which side of the fence to fall off on....
     
  7. OJR

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    I'm running 1.0.0.4 on my Aorus X570 xtreme. It's been out for 2 days.
     
  8. Bold Eagle

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    That's not available on the official site and grabbing a BIOS from a 'non-English' website doesn't seem the smartest thing to do.
     
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    no, true. it is indicative only. where it is useful tho, hardwareluxx do have people report in when they deal directly with the mfrs for an updated bios so when they come up on that list its usually fairly close to public release on the motherboard support pages. it was fairly quick when ABBA came out from memory....
     
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    might be worth a try for some...

    https://www.techpowerup.com/review/1usmus-custom-power-plan-for-ryzen-3000-zen-2-processors/
     
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    and it does make the boot as lot quicker, still far from really quick like the ASsrock 370 but acceptable whereas previous was really way too slow but after fixing the "awake from sleep" problem I am pretty happy

    Just did a XMP enable otherwise its stock

    [​IMG]
     
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  13. the_pessimist

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    seems as though half the settings are missing from the C8H... checked amd cbs options etc couldn't fine cppc control or the voltage control.
     
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    Interesting how much you beat mine in Physics Will S

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  15. Will S

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    just installed the amd chipset drivers from the AMD site ( about 4 posts up ) and got a little boost

    [​IMG]


    btw: physics was 2368
     
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    1004 1usmus.jpg

    the right-hand side has new bios w/ 1004 + 1usmus power plan, more perf for less v
    sneaking suspicion i could get more multi-score by oc the underperforming ccx and letting boost hit the fav core as normal

    anyway gg usmus
     
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  17. Bold Eagle

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    Finally ASUS has released their BIOS (make sure to click on the BIOS&Firmware tab and not the drivers section);
    https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/ROG-Strix-X570-E-Gaming/HelpDesk_BIOS/
     
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    Is it worth grabbing?
     
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    I haven't noticed any changes to boost behaviour or boot times. It's a new BIOS so you might as well.
     
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    I watched a video by techepiphany with an X570 MSI Gaming board and a 3600, 3700C and 3900X. They saw approximately 1-2% regression in frames in farcry new dawn and no real change in any other game moving from ABBA to 1.0.0.4. The thing of note was significantly reduced power consumption but that could have been a false reading in overdrive.
     

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