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Shamino
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ill use this thread to collect some new test bioses for the boards, maybe also to explain some less understood options

to disable cores ccd go here and choose ccd xx bit map down core.
each ones stand for an enabled core
best to disable from the back, ie:
110000
instead of 0011000
after selection press downcore apply changes or discard if made mistake

ocpak/octools

FAQ:
7950x not boosting pass 5.5G -> check that CStates is not disabled
Detailed Explanation on CState Boot Limiter


Test BIOSes:

new:
X3D OC Preset for those MB with asynch BCLK Support: (for simple slight perf boost for X3D)
97792

DOCP/EXPO Tweaked: (for simple timings tightening)
97793

strixe-e 1515 

strixe-f 1515 

strix e a 1515 

crosshair hero 1515 

crosshair gene 1515 

crosshair extreme 1515 

creator 670 1515

creator b650 1515

strix 650E I

strix 670 itx

 

 

for crosshair and strix e-e:

explanation of segment2 Loadline:

dualseg.jpg

customize a heterogenous loadline for a dual segment workload range.

example above shows loadline=L6 when current is in range of 0~40A, and Level4 when current is above 40A.

 

 

 


Adds for x3d

dynamic ccd priority switch with core flex, os / driver agnostic so win10 win11 ok

97403

97404

Algo as follows:
If condition reached and ccd0 specified, then check current mem/cache activity > threshold and hysteresis reached, if fulfilled then switch
If condition reached and ccd1 specified, then check current mem/cache activity <=threshold and hysteresis reached,, if fulfilled then switch
Default hysteresis =4

Can combine multiple algos for ccd priority so combinations are wide

works on non x3d too but of course senseless on it. detailed explanation here.

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@iamgarffi wrote:

Hey Everyone, is EZ Update available and compatible with X670 platform? I would love to replace the boot logo or at least have that functionality in BIOS if @SAFEDISK and the gang are up for it. Also correct the typo pointed out by someone else few replies above 🙂


I used to use CapLogo.exe included in EZ Update to modify logos. However this seems not to work any more since a while and never worked for me for any newser X670 platform.

Instead I am using UEFITool 0.28 which seems to work fine loading the CAP files and replacing the logo components. However I would prefer a simple tool doing only logo replacement and eventually doing it via command-line (batch-mode) as well.

But this is another topic ASUS is pretty horrible at. Same as some people claim it's "normal" having to reset all settings and not even re-use CMO files. Perhaps ASUS should have a look at their NUC series they got from Intel under their brand now. They show how things can be done much better. I recently had to update a couple of NUC7I3. Upgraded them from BIOS 0072 to 0092 (quite a big jump from old BIOS back in 2018 to latest from 2023. To my surprise it worked flawlessly. It even kept all the settings (without any manual export/import) and even the custom boot logo was preserved during upgrade. Moreover the BIOS includes automatic rollback so in case BIOS 0092 would render the system unbootable it would auto-downgrade to BIOS 0072. This perfectly enables remote upgrades.

I was a bit surprised even the custom boot logo survived during upgrade as you can also pre-bake it into the BIOS image but not putting any logo in would obviously preserve the existing logo.

In addition to this there are tools for Windows, Linux and EFI Shell provided to export/import settings allowing templating in case you need to stage hundreds of systems. Even a BIOS editor is provided allowing to export, edit and re-import BIOS settings from a running OS.

All those features are claimed to be impossible or "too complex" to be implemented some pages back in this discussion. So perhaps it's good to look a bit outside the wallet garden you're stuck in to improve things.

At least I never had any smoother BIOS upgrade than on those NUCs yet while on typical ASUS mainboards I cannot even remote-upgrade the BIOS without being stuck with unbootable default settings, losing the logo and getting no possibility to change defaults like "disable Armoury Crate". NUC upgrade however kept all this including settings like my custom SecureBoot config and boot order.

I use Ez Update to modify logos by installing AI suite latest and unchecking all components except for Ez Update. Works for me, it will ask for you to disable secure boot, then you can re-enable it after you update bios.
ROG STRIX X670E-A GAMING WIFI
AMD 7900X3D
64GB Ram (2x 32) * 6000


@SkyBeam wrote:

@iamgarffi wrote:

Hey Everyone, is EZ Update available and compatible with X670 platform? I would love to replace the boot logo or at least have that functionality in BIOS if @SAFEDISK and the gang are up for it. Also correct the typo pointed out by someone else few replies above 🙂


I used to use CapLogo.exe included in EZ Update to modify logos. However this seems not to work any more since a while and never worked for me for any newser X670 platform.

Instead I am using UEFITool 0.28 which seems to work fine loading the CAP files and replacing the logo components. However I would prefer a simple tool doing only logo replacement and eventually doing it via command-line (batch-mode) as well.

But this is another topic ASUS is pretty horrible at. Same as some people claim it's "normal" having to reset all settings and not even re-use CMO files. Perhaps ASUS should have a look at their NUC series they got from Intel under their brand now. They show how things can be done much better. I recently had to update a couple of NUC7I3. Upgraded them from BIOS 0072 to 0092 (quite a big jump from old BIOS back in 2018 to latest from 2023. To my surprise it worked flawlessly. It even kept all the settings (without any manual export/import) and even the custom boot logo was preserved during upgrade. Moreover the BIOS includes automatic rollback so in case BIOS 0092 would render the system unbootable it would auto-downgrade to BIOS 0072. This perfectly enables remote upgrades.

I was a bit surprised even the custom boot logo survived during upgrade as you can also pre-bake it into the BIOS image but not putting any logo in would obviously preserve the existing logo.

In addition to this there are tools for Windows, Linux and EFI Shell provided to export/import settings allowing templating in case you need to stage hundreds of systems. Even a BIOS editor is provided allowing to export, edit and re-import BIOS settings from a running OS.

All those features are claimed to be impossible or "too complex" to be implemented some pages back in this discussion. So perhaps it's good to look a bit outside the wallet garden you're stuck in to improve things.

At least I never had any smoother BIOS upgrade than on those NUCs yet while on typical ASUS mainboards I cannot even remote-upgrade the BIOS without being stuck with unbootable default settings, losing the logo and getting no possibility to change defaults like "disable Armoury Crate". NUC upgrade however kept all this including settings like my custom SecureBoot config and boot order.


Use this guide to get your boot logo changed: How to update your Bios the right way + change boo... - Republic of Gamers Forum - 996877 (asus.com) 


@Mbnz wrote:


Use this guide to get your boot logo changed: How to update your Bios the right way + change boo... - Republic of Gamers Forum - 996877 (asus.com) 


For me this 23-step guide is just unbelievable complex. What I do instead:

  1. Load CMO file in UEFITool 0.28 (yes, old version, newest versions don't work as of my knowlege)
  2. Search for GUID 7BB28B99-61BB-11D5-9A5D-0090273FC14D, right click the RAW section underneath and select "Replace Body", then replace it with your logo file
  3. Save the file to an USB stick and flash it using EZ-Flash

You can also re-use the CMO file if you flash to the same BIOS version. But there is no reset or disabling of secure boot or windows memory integrity protection required. If you flash to a newer/different version then you might have to clear CMOS and re-configure just as in any ASUS upgrade unfortunately (wrote about this in a previous post). Not sure though why ASUS cannot write the logo into different flash area and keep it across upgrades as well as keeping the settings.

Ezupdate works for my MB, and that's the only reason I use it, is to safely change logo then update from Windows. You will need to disable security feature in windows and re-enable them after you are done with your bios update. 

Mbnz_0-1713945625805.png

MB: ROG STRIX X670E-A GAMING WIFI
CPU: 7900X3D 

And only way you get it is via AI Suite? Sadly not a component to be installed when I run it for my motherboards (Extreme and Gene). 

roupa_de_trapo
Level 10

@SAFEDISK, After some more tests, it seemed like it would pass, but it didn't. When cold starting the machine, there was new training in the memories, a clear sign of a problem. The machine then began to freeze, even though the internal graphics card had static memory configured to avoid management by dynamic memory allocation. I went back to a test version from a few days earlier, then discovered that I also needed to pass the TM5 memory test @usmus_v3: thread errors right at the beginning. Although it can pass y_cruncher. The tests below are before turning the machine off and on again, see that everything appears to be ok.

2613 RELEASE2613 RELEASE6200DDR5 release v26136200DDR5 release v2613cachemem 6200MHz DDR5 v2613 releasecachemem 6200MHz DDR5 v2613 release

BIOS configuration v2613 release:

Spoiler
Ai Overclock Tuner [Auto]
Memory Frequency [DDR5-6200MHz]
FCLK Frequency [2167 MHz]
Core Performance Boost [Enabled]
CPU Core Ratio [AI Optimized]
Preference [Performance]
GPU Boost [Auto]
Tcl [32]
Trcd [38]
Trp [38]
Tras [36]
Trc [38]
Twr [48]
Refresh Interval [23354]
Trfc1 [500]
Trfc2 [465]
Trfcsb [417]
Trtp [24]
TrrdL [8]
TrrdS [4]
Tfaw [32]
TwtrL [16]
TwtrS [4]
TrdrdScl [5]
TrdrdSc [1]
TrdrdSd [7]
Trdrddd [8]
TwrwrScl [15]
TwrwrSc [1]
TwrwrSd [10]
TwrwrDd [8]
Twrrd [6]
Trdwr [18]
IBUF_LPWR_MODE [Enabled]
ADDR_CMD_MODE [UnBuf]
M_ORDERING [STRICT]
S_COL_WIDTH [Auto]
MC_SVA_TRIM0 [Auto]
MC_SVA_TRIM1 [Auto]
MC_SVA_TRIM2 [Auto]
MMCM_MULT_F [Auto]
Proc CA Drive Strength [Auto]
Proc Data Drive Strength [Auto]
CPU On-Die Termination [Auto]
DRAM Data Drive Strength [Auto]
Rtt Nom Wr [RZQ/6 (40)]
Rtt Nom Rd [RZQ/6 (40)]
Rtt Wr [RZQ/6 (40)]
Rtt Park [RZQ/5 (48)]
Rtt Park Dqs [RZQ/6 (40)]
Power Down Enable [Enabled]
Memory Context Restore [Enabled]
UCLK DIV1 MODE [UCLK=MEMCLK]
CA Tx Phase Shift Clk [Auto]
CS Tx Phase Shift Clk [Auto]
CK Tx Phase Shift Clk [Auto]
CA Rx Phase Shift Clk [Auto]
CS Rx Phase Shift Clk [Auto]
CK Rx Phase Shift Clk [Auto]
FIFO Wr En Fine Delay [Auto]
POC Sample PD [Auto]
Bank Swap Mode [Auto]
Mem Over Clock Fail Count [Auto]
Prochot VRM Throttling [Enable]
Peak Current Control [Enable]
Medium Load Boostit [Enabled]
Precision Boost Overdrive [AMD Eco Mode]
AMD Eco Mode [cTDP 170W]
Precision Boost Overdrive Scalar [Manual]
Customized Precision Boost Overdrive Scalar [1x]
CPU Boost Clock Override [Enabled (Negative)]
Max CPU Boost Clock Override(-) [600]
Per-Core Boost Clock Limit [Enabled]
Core 0 [Auto] - Core 15 [Auto]
Platform Thermal Throttle Limit [Auto]
Curve Optimizer [Per Core]
Core 0 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 0 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 1 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 1 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 2 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 2 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 3 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 3 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 4 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 4 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 5 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 5 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 6 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 6 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 7 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 7 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 8 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 8 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 9 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 9 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 10 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 10 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 11 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 11 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 12 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 12 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 13 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 13 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 14 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 14 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
Core 15 Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
Core 15 Curve Optimizer Magnitude [30]
GFX Curve Optimizer [GFX Curve Optimizer]
GFX Curve Optimizer Sign [Negative]
GFX Curve Optimizer Magnitude [20]
VRM Initialization Check [Enabled]
CPU Load-line Calibration [Auto]
CPU Current Capability [Auto]
CPU Power Duty Control [T.Probe]
CPU Power Phase Control [Standard]
VDDSOC Current Capability [Auto]
VDDSOC Power Duty Control [T.Probe]
VDDSOC Power Phase Control [Standard]
Performance Bias [None]
Clock Spread Spectrum [Disabled]
1.8V PLL Voltage [Auto]
1.8V Standby Voltage [Auto]
Misc_ALW [Auto]
Chipset 1.05V [Auto]
Algorithm 1 [Disabled]
Algorithm 2 [Disabled]
Algorithm 3 [Disabled]
CCD Priority Memory Activity Threshold [1070]
CCD Priority Hysteresis [Auto]
Cooler Efficiency Customize [Keep Training]
Cooler Re-evaluation Algorithm [Normal]
Optimism Scale [100]
CPU Core Voltage [Auto]
CPU SOC Voltage [Auto]
CPU VDDIO / MC Voltage [1.40000]
Misc Voltage [Auto]
VDDP Voltage [1.050]
High DRAM Voltage Mode [Auto]
DRAM VDD Voltage [1.40000]
DRAM VDDQ Voltage [1.40000]
PMIC Force Continuous Current Mode [Enabled]
PMIC Voltages [By per PMIC]
PMIC1 SPD HUB VLDO (1.8V) [Auto]
PMIC1 SPD HUB VDDIO (1.0V) [Auto]
PMIC1 Memory VDD Voltage [Auto]
PMIC1 Memory VDDQ Voltage [Auto]
PMIC1 Memory VPP Voltage [Auto]
PMIC1 Memory Voltage Switching Frequency [Auto]
PMIC1 Memory Current Capability [Auto]
PMIC3 SPD HUB VLDO (1.8V) [Auto]
PMIC3 SPD HUB VDDIO (1.0V) [Auto]
PMIC3 Memory VDD Voltage [Auto]
PMIC3 Memory VDDQ Voltage [Auto]
PMIC3 Memory VPP Voltage [Auto]
PMIC3 Memory Voltage Switching Frequency [Auto]
PMIC3 Memory Current Capability [Auto]
Security Device Support [Enable]
SHA256 PCR Bank [Enabled]
Pending operation [None]
Platform Hierarchy [Enabled]
Storage Hierarchy [Enabled]
Endorsement Hierarchy [Enabled]
Physical Presence Spec Version [1.3]
Firmware TPM switch [Enable Firmware TPM]
Erase fTPM NV for factory reset [Enabled]
Password protection of Runtime Variables [Enable]
PSS Support [Enabled]
NX Mode [Enabled]
SVM Mode [Enabled]
Above 4G Decoding [Enabled]
Resize BAR Support [Enabled]
SR-IOV Support [Enabled]
Legacy USB Support [Enabled]
XHCI Hand-off [Enabled]
USB Mass Storage Driver Support [Enabled]
U32G2_C2 [Enabled]
U32G2_3 [Enabled]
U32G2_E1 [Enabled]
U32G2_E2 [Enabled]
U32G2_E3 [Enabled]
U32G2_E4 [Enabled]
USB5 [Enabled]
U32G2X2_C6 [Enabled]
U32G2_C10 [Enabled]
U32G1_8 [Enabled]
U32G1_9 [Enabled]
U32G2_11 [Enabled]
USB15 [Enabled]
USB16 [Enabled]
USB17 [Enabled]
Network Stack [Disabled]
Device [Hitachi HUA723020ALA641]
NVMe RAID mode [Disabled]
SMART Self Test [Enabled]
Restore AC Power Loss [Power Off]
ErP Ready [Disabled]
Max Power Saving [Disabled]
Power On By PCI-E [Disabled]
Power On By RTC [Disabled]
Native ASPM [Enabled]
CPU PCIE ASPM Mode Control [L0s And L1 Entry]
PCIEX16_1 Bandwidth Bifurcation Configuration [PCIE X16 Mode]
USB Audio Controller [Enabled]
Wi-Fi Controller [Enabled]
Bluetooth Controller [Enabled]
When system is in working state [All On]
Q-Code LED Function [POST Code Only]
When system is in sleep, hibernate or soft off states [All On]
Intel LAN Controller [Enabled]
USB power delivery in Soft Off state (S5) [Enabled]
ASMedia Storage Controller [Enabled]
Windows Hot-plug Notification [Enabled]
ASPM Support [Enabled]
PCIEX16_1 Link Mode [GEN 5]
PCIEX16_2 Link Mode [GEN 5]
M.2_3 Link Mode [GEN 5]
M.2_2 Link Mode [GEN 5]
Chipset Link Mode [GEN 4]
M.2_1 Link Mode [GEN 5]
PCIEX16_3 Link Mode [GEN 4]
M.2_4 Link Mode [GEN 4]
Primary Video Device [IGFX Video]
UMA Frame Buffer Size [Auto]
Global C-state Control [Enabled]
IOMMU [Enabled]
ECC [Auto]
SMT Control [Auto]
Core Performance Boost [Auto]
L1 Stream HW Prefetcher [Enable]
L2 Stream HW Prefetcher [Enable]
L1 Stride Prefetcher [Enable]
L1 Region Prefetcher [Enable]
L1 Burst Prefetch Mode [Enable]
L2 Up/Down Prefetcher [Enable]
Core Watchdog Timer Enable [Auto]
RedirectForReturnDis [Auto]
Power Supply Idle Control [Auto]
SEV Control [Auto]
Opcache Control [Enabled]
Streaming Stores Control [Enabled]
Local APIC Mode [Auto]
ACPI _CST C1 Declaration [Auto]
Platform First Error Handling [Auto]
MCA error thresh enable [Auto]
MCA FruText [True]
SMU and PSP Debug Mode [Auto]
PPIN Opt-in [Enabled]
REP-MOV/STOS Streaming [Enabled]
Enhanced REP MOVSB/STOSB [Enabled]
Fast Short REP MOVSB (FSRM) [Enabled]
SNP Memory (RMP Table) Coverage [Enabled]
SMEE [Enable]
Action on BIST Failure [Auto]
Log Transparent Errors [Auto]
AVX512 [Enabled]
MONITOR and MWAIT disable [Auto]
Corrector Branch Predictor [Enabled]
PAUSE Delay [Auto]
CPU Speculative Store Modes [More Speculative]
SVM Lock [Enabled]
SVM Enable [Enabled]
Memory interleaving [Auto]
Memory interleaving size [Auto]
DRAM map inversion [Auto]
Location of private memory regions [Auto]
ACPI SRAT L3 Cache As NUMA Domain [Auto]
Disable DF to external downstream IP Sync Flood Propagation [Auto]
Disable DF sync flood propagation [Auto]
Freeze DF module queues on error [Auto]
DF Cstates [Enabled]
PSP error injection support [False]
Active Memory Timing Settings [Auto]
Processor CK drive strengths [Auto]
Processor CA drive strengths [Auto]
Processor CS drive strengths [Auto]
CA ODT GroupA [Auto]
CK ODT GroupA [Auto]
CS ODT GroupA [Auto]
CA ODT GroupB [Auto]
CK ODT GroupB [Auto]
CS ODT GroupB [Auto]
Processor ODT Impedance Pull Up P0 [Auto]
Processor ODT Impedance Pull Down P0 [Auto]
Processor DQ drive strengths Pull Up P0 [Auto]
Processor DQ drive strengths Pull Down P0 [Auto]
Dram ODT Impedance RTT_NOM_WR P0 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_NOM_RD P0 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_WR P0 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_PARK P0 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance DQS_RTT_PARK P0 [Auto]
Dram DQ drive strengths Pull Up P0 [Auto]
Dram DQ drive strengths Pull Down P0 [Auto]
Processor ODT Impedance Pull Up P1 [Auto]
Processor ODT Impedance Pull Down P1 [Auto]
Processor DQ drive strengths Pull Up P1 [Auto]
Processor DQ drive strengths Pull Down P1 [Auto]
Dram ODT Impedance RTT_NOM_WR P1 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_NOM_RD P1 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_WR P1 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_PARK P1 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance DQS_RTT_PARK P1 [Auto]
Dram DQ drive strengths Pull Up P1 [Auto]
Dram DQ drive strengths Pull Down P1 [Auto]
Processor ODT Impedance Pull Up P2 [Auto]
Processor ODT Impedance Pull Down P2 [Auto]
Processor DQ drive strengths Pull Up P2 [Auto]
Processor DQ drive strengths Pull Down P2 [Auto]
Dram ODT Impedance RTT_NOM_WR P2 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_NOM_RD P2 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_WR P2 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_PARK P2 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance DQS_RTT_PARK P2 [Auto]
Dram DQ drive strengths Pull Up P2 [Auto]
Dram DQ drive strengths Pull Down P2 [Auto]
Processor ODT Impedance Pull Up P3 [Auto]
Processor ODT Impedance Pull Down P3 [Auto]
Processor DQ drive strengths Pull Up P3 [Auto]
Processor DQ drive strengths Pull Down P3 [Auto]
Dram ODT Impedance RTT_NOM_WR P3 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_NOM_RD P3 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_WR P3 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_PARK P3 [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance DQS_RTT_PARK P3 [Auto]
Dram DQ drive strengths Pull Up P3 [Auto]
Dram DQ drive strengths Pull Down P3 [Auto]
Power Down Enable [Enabled]
Disable Memory Error Injection [Auto]
TSME [Enabled]
Data Scramble [Enabled]
Chipselect Interleaving [Auto]
Address Hash Bank [Enabled]
Address Hash CS [Enabled]
Address Hash Subchannel [Enabled]
BankSwapMode [Auto]
DFE Read Training [Enable]
DRAM PDA Enumerate ID Programming Mode [Sequential PDA enumeration mode]
TX DFE Taps [4 Taps]
PPT Control [Auto]
DDR Training Runtime Reduction [Auto]
Rx Burst Length [4x]
Tx Burst Length [4x]
RX2D_TrainOpt [Auto]
TX2D_TrainOpt [Auto]
RX DFE Taps [4 Taps]
MBIST Enable [Enabled]
MBIST Test Mode [Both]
MBIST Aggressors [Enabled]
MBIST Per Bit Slave Die Reporting [Enabled]
Pattern Select [Both]
Pattern Length Select [Auto]
Aggressor Channel [7 Aggressor Channels]
Memory Context Restore [Enabled]
Read Drift Adjustment [plus 4]
Write Drift Adjustment [plus 4]
Pre-boot DMA Protection [Auto]
Kernel DMA Protection Indicator [Auto]
PCIe ARI Support [Auto]
PCIe All Port ECRC [Auto]
Advanced Error Reporting (AER) [Auto]
PCIe ARI Enumeration [Auto]
PSPP Policy [Auto]
UMA Version [Non-Legacy]
GPU Host Translation Cache [Auto]
NB Azalia [Enabled]
Audio IOs [Auto]
PCIe loopback Mode [Auto]
Persistence mode for legacy endpoints [Auto]
EQ Bypass To Highest Rate [Enable]
Retimer margining support [Auto]
TDP Control [Auto]
ECO Mode [Enable - 105W]
PPT Control [Auto]
Thermal Control [Auto]
TDC Control [Auto]
EDC Control [Auto]
Fan Control [Auto]
VDDP Voltage Control [Auto]
Infinity Fabric Frequency and Dividers [Auto]
SyncFifo Mode Override [Enable]
Sustained PowerLimit [0]
Fast PPT Limit [0]
Slow PPT Limit [0]
Slow PPT Time Constant [0]
GFXOFF [Auto]
CPU Temperature [Monitor]
CPU Package Temperature [Monitor]
MotherBoard Temperature [Monitor]
VRM Temperature [Monitor]
Chipset Temperature [Monitor]
T_Sensor Temperature [Monitor]
DIMM A1 Temperature [Monitor]
DIMM A2 Temperature [Monitor]
DIMM B1 Temperature [Monitor]
DIMM B2 Temperature [Monitor]
CPU Fan Speed [Monitor]
CPU Optional Fan Speed [Monitor]
Chassis Fan 1 Speed [Monitor]
Chassis Fan 2 Speed [Monitor]
Chassis Fan 3 Speed [Monitor]
Chassis Fan 4 Speed [Monitor]
Chassis Fan 5 Speed [Monitor]
AIO Pump Speed [Monitor]
CPU Core Voltage [Monitor]
12V Voltage [Monitor]
5V Voltage [Monitor]
3.3V Voltage [Monitor]
CPU VDDIO / MC Voltage [Monitor]
CPU Fan Q-Fan Control [DC Mode]
CPU Fan Profile [Full Speed]
Chassis Fan 1 Q-Fan Control [DC Mode]
Chassis Fan 1 Profile [Full Speed]
Chassis Fan 2 Q-Fan Control [DC Mode]
Chassis Fan 2 Profile [Manual]
Chassis Fan 2 Q-Fan Source [CPU Package]
Chassis Fan 2 Step Up [Level 0]
Chassis Fan 2 Step Down [Level 0]
Chassis Fan 2 Speed Low Limit [200 RPM]
Chassis Fan 2 Point4 Temperature [60]
Chassis Fan 2 Point4 Duty Cycle (%) [80]
Chassis Fan 2 Point3 Temperature [50]
Chassis Fan 2 Point3 Duty Cycle (%) [60]
Chassis Fan 2 Point2 Temperature [35]
Chassis Fan 2 Point2 Duty Cycle (%) [50]
Chassis Fan 2 Point1 Temperature [20]
Chassis Fan 2 Point1 Duty Cycle (%) [30]
Allow Fan Stop [Disabled]
Chassis Fan 3 Q-Fan Control [Auto Detect]
Chassis Fan 3 Profile [Standard]
Chassis Fan 3 Q-Fan Source [CPU]
Chassis Fan 3 Step Up [Level 0]
Chassis Fan 3 Step Down [Level 0]
Chassis Fan 3 Speed Low Limit [200 RPM]
Chassis Fan 4 Q-Fan Control [Auto Detect]
Chassis Fan 4 Profile [Standard]
Chassis Fan 4 Q-Fan Source [CPU]
Chassis Fan 4 Step Up [Level 0]
Chassis Fan 4 Step Down [Level 0]
Chassis Fan 4 Speed Low Limit [200 RPM]
Chassis Fan 5 Q-Fan Control [Auto Detect]
Chassis Fan 5 Profile [Standard]
Chassis Fan 5 Q-Fan Source [CPU]
Chassis Fan 5 Step Up [Level 0]
Chassis Fan 5 Step Down [Level 0]
Chassis Fan 5 Speed Low Limit [200 RPM]
AIO Pump Q-Fan Control [DC Mode]
AIO Pump Profile [Full Speed]
Chassis Intrusion Detection Support [Disabled]
OS Type [Windows UEFI mode]
Secure Boot Mode [Custom]
Fast Boot [Enabled]
Next Boot after AC Power Loss [Fast Boot]
Boot Logo Display [Auto]
POST Delay Time [3 sec]
Bootup NumLock State [On]
Wait For 'F1' If Error [Enabled]
Option ROM Messages [Force BIOS]
Interrupt 19 Capture [Disabled]
AMI Native NVMe Driver Support [Enabled]
Setup Mode [Advanced Mode]
BIOS Image Rollback Support [Enabled]
Publish HII Resources [Disabled]
Flexkey [Reset]
DIMM Slot Number [DIMM_A2]
Special Display Features [Disabled]
D3Cold Support [Disabled]
Discrete GPU _DSM Function A [Disabled]
Discrete GPU _DSM Function B [Disabled]
NVIDIA DGPU Power Enable [Disabled]
Non-Eval Discrete GPU Support [Enabled]
Discrete GPU HPD Circuitry [OR Circuitry]
Discrete GPU's USB Port [Keep Default Setting]
Discrete GPU's SSID/SVID [Keep Default Setting]
Discrete GPU BOMACO Support [Disabled]
Thunderbolt / USB4 Support [Disabled]
AMD Variable Protection [Enabled]
Processor Aggregator Device [Disabled]
HDMI 3.0G Tx SLEW [Disabled]
CPU Frequency [0]
CPU Voltage [0]
SMT Control [Auto]
Prochot VRM Throttling [Auto]
Peak Current Control [Auto]
Active Memory Timing Settings [Auto]
Processor CS drive strengths [Auto]
Processor CK drive strengths [Auto]
Processor CA drive strengths [Auto]
Processor DQ drive strengths [Auto]
Processor ODT impedance [Auto]
Dram DQ drive strengths [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_NOM_WR [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_NOM_RD [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_WR [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance RTT_PARK [Auto]
Dram ODT impedance DQS_RTT_PARK [Auto]
Power Down Enable [Auto]
RX2D_TrainOpt [Auto]
TX2D_TrainOpt [Auto]
RX DFE Taps [4 Tap]
TX DFE Taps [4 Tap]
DDR5 Nitro Mode [Enable]
DDR5 Robust Training Mode [Enable]
Nitro RX Data [2]
Nitro TX Data [3]
Nitro Control Line [1]
Nitro Rx Burst Length [4X]
Nitro Tx Burst Length [4X]
Infinity Fabric Frequency and Dividers [Auto]
UCLK DIV1 MODE [UCLK=MEMCLK]
Precision Boost Overdrive [Auto]
VDDG Voltage Control [Auto]
VDDP Voltage Control [Auto]
SoC/Uncore OC Mode [Enabled]
SoC Voltage [0]
LN2 Mode [Auto]
VDD Misc Control [Auto]
LCLK Frequency Control [Auto]
VDDIO Ctrl [Auto]
PMIC VDD Stepping Control [Auto]
PMIC VDDQ Stepping Control [Auto]
Enable Platform PMIC Control [Enable]
VPP Ctrl [Auto]

@SAFEDISK, My suspicions fell on this new option in the image below, it was really necessary to deactivate it. Even with relaxed timings I ended up having instability in the TM5 @1usmus_v3 (I took a 30-minute test, but I couldn't complete it due to lack of time). I'm using the previous version 2611.

 

DDR5 TURNAROUND TIMES READ and WRITE DRIFTDDR5 TURNAROUND TIMES READ and WRITE DRIFT

ousia
Level 8

Hi,

2007 renders my Gentoo Extreme machine unbootable. Problem is easily corrected by installing 2005, booting from USB stick, chrooting to disk filesystem and installing kernel anew (grub-config alone is not sufficient).

I could not believe my eyes, and tried to install 2007 once more. But problem is perfectly reproducible.

ousia

@ousia 
Ubuntu (using vanilla source for 6.8.7), FreeBSD 14.1-PRERELEASE, and NetBSD-10.0 are all booting on all the 2000 BIOS series so far (including 2007) on my Asus Cross x670 Extreme board.

You're reinstalling the same kernel? Is your Gentoo drive on SATA by chance? I've found some weirdness on the SATA controller that's related to BIOS update. My Linux install is on NVME, and my BSD's are on SATA SSD's.

Maybe something slightly wonky with the Gentoo kernel you're using..?