I need some serious help, i can't manually change anything in the bios and keep them. I'm trying to manually set cpu voltages, dram timings, etc. But as soon i get past the bios screen, the board basically says f you and sets its own settings. My 7950X cpu voltage is hitting a maximum of 1.46v quite frequently and it doesnt need to. Ive been able set it to 5.4 GHz all core at 1.2v threw Ryzen Master, and yes it was stable. It was actually surprisingly stable at this setting, and this was before I delidded it. Im also trying to tighten my dram timings and the board is down right refusing to let me. Am I missing something, I havent had these issues with past builds. Can anyone help?
Could you please provide the full model of your motherboard and the current BIOS version?
Regarding the settings, have you tried pressing the [F10] key and then clicking [Ok] to save the modified options?
If you have selected to save but still can't retain custom settings, we suggest checking if the CMOS battery is dead, confirming whether no settings are being saved at all, or if it's just specific hardware settings that aren't being saved.
I flat out cant change the dram timings at all, it saves what I entered in but doesnt even attemp to run them. I can put an offset to the cpu voltage but it will only apply when your in the bios. As soon as you start loading windows the bios just goes back to full boar with the cpu voltage. I even had it hit 1.475 just a few minutes ago after i made the first post. I know the battery is not dead cause it saves everything I tried to apply. I did save the settings, this is not my first build I have ever done. My X99 wasn't like this, I could go in make the changes, and they would immediately be applied.
May I clarify that you are able to configure and save CPU undervolting or memory overclocking settings, but these settings are not being reflected in the system?
To assist us in better understanding your issue, please help us verify the following questions:
- in the BIOS, is the CPU voltage conforming to the settings you've configured and the memory operating at the clock speed you've set?
Please provide screenshots of the BIOS main page and related settings.
- in the system, what software are you using, and in what scenarios are you confirming the undervolting and overclocking settings?
Please also share screenshots of the results
- the images of the setting in BIOS, the OS version and OS build
- the brand, model name, and part number of the DRAM currently installed
- the brand and model name of the CPU, GPU, and PSU currently installed
I got it figured out, i wasnt able to change the dram timings because i had memory context restore enabled, and im not able to manually set the cpu offset. But i have been able to bring the cpu voltage down by messing around with PBO curve optimizer. I am sorry for the inconvenience i may have cause and i thank you for your help. This is my first all amd build and is not exactly like the x99 setup that this one is replacing.