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Crosshair VIII 2501's for testing

Shamino
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steverebo
Level 8
Just tested this and there is absolutely no performance difference between disabling and auto on global c states

steverebo wrote:
Just tested this and there is absolutely no performance difference between disabling and auto on global c states


Agreed. I had less than 1% reduction in CBR20 single and multi-core scores. That was bad advice.

I wonder what Global C-State Control does then if there's no change in performance and no change in my idle temps?

WhoSaidThat wrote:
Agreed. I had less than 1% reduction in CBR20 single and multi-core scores. That was bad advice.
I wonder what Global C-State Control does then if there's no change in performance and no change in my idle temps?


Most applying the fix report slight increase in idle 2-3c, maybe you have good binned CPU there just waiting for you to unleach its top end power.

steverebo
Level 8
Ok after switching c states off I just had a blue screen weah error whilst gaming. Getting tired of this why can't they just get their s#@t together and release a stable working bios

steverebo
Level 8
Is this an issue with running 4 sticks of memory are people with 2 sticks still getting these crashes

uplink
Level 9
Upgraded from 2701 to 3003 and I still can't run 3800 CL14 memories on 3800 MHz and 1900 MHz FCLK, nor 3600 MHz at 1800 MHz FCLK stable, only at 3200 MHz 1600 MHz FCLK stable, just as on 2701 [skipped 2702]. And am having still the same weak CPU performance, as I've had on a first BiOS I ran [2311]. Absolutely same benchmark and real life results. It's like besides the WHEA errors there was nothing fixed 😕

Baio73
Level 8
Found first issue for BIOS v3003, when waking from sleep the inbuilt display of the mobo gets stuck on "CHECK CPU" instead of showing the CPU temperature.
System seems to be fin anyway, how can I check if there are WHEA errors?

Baio
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Baio73 wrote:
Found first issue for BIOS v3003, when waking from sleep the inbuilt display of the mobo gets stuck on "CHECK CPU" instead of showing the CPU temperature.
System seems to be fin anyway, how can I check if there are WHEA errors?

Baio


These can be found in Computer Management Under Windows Logs > System.
13900KS / 8000 CAS36 / ROG APEX Z790 / ROG TUF RTX 4090

Silent Scone@ROG wrote:
These can be found in Computer Management Under Windows Logs > System.


Ok, so I can confirm I have no WHEA error after resuming from sleep, only the inbuilt LCD display of the mobo that shows "CHECK CPU" message instead of CPU temperature.

Baio
CASE Lian Li 011D XL CPU AMD Ryzen 7950X3D COOLER Corsair H150i Elite Capellix MOBO Asus ROG Strix X670E-A Gaming Wifi RAM 2x16Gb Corsair Dominator Titanium 6000 [CMP32GX5M2B6000Z30] PSU Asus Thor 1200P VGA Asus ROG Strix RX 6900XT DISPLAY LG 34GK950GF AUDIO Logitech G560 SDD NVMe WD Black SN850 4Tb INPUT Logitech Pro wireless + Powerplay + Corsair MM 700 RGB - Corsair K100

Baio73 wrote:
Ok, so I can confirm I have no WHEA error after resuming from sleep, only the inbuilt LCD display of the mobo that shows "CHECK CPU" message instead of CPU temperature.

Baio


is that 'd3' error, if so Ryzen Master sometimes causes that to display, idk why.