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X370 Taichi voltage issue

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Topic: X370 Taichi voltage issue
Posted By: Adam1987
Subject: X370 Taichi voltage issue
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2017 at 5:27am
Hello everyone. So im having issues overclocking my r7 1700 at the moment. I had a stable 3800 @ 1.3v llc lvl 3, soc 1.125v llc lvl 3 but then all of a sudden after a restart I noticed that I was only running at 1.55ghz. I had this issue when I first tried to OC but it was fixed by turning off "cool and quite" as well as c6. Ive tried to find a fix sifting through various forums but I cant find anything. This does seem to be a problem with a lot of different companies/bios so im guessing there is just some fail safe option not working correctly but im pretty new to this so I don't want to go too deep. Need your help boys.

Thx!!


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x370 Taichi - ryzen 1700 - flare x 3200 - 750 PSU - r9 390



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Posted By: AlbinoRhino
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2017 at 8:53pm
" rel="nofollow - While entering your CPU overclock are you just typing in the multiplier (38)or are you typing out the whole Frequency (3800)?

I've read that just typing in the multiplier can cause this 1.55 bug.


Posted By: parsec
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2017 at 10:16pm
" rel="nofollow -
Originally posted by Adam1987 Adam1987 wrote:

Hello everyone. So im having issues overclocking my r7 1700 at the moment. I had a stable 3800 @ 1.3v llc lvl 3, soc 1.125v llc lvl 3 but then all of a sudden after a restart I noticed that I was only running at 1.55ghz. I had this issue when I first tried to OC but it was fixed by turning off "cool and quite" as well as c6. Ive tried to find a fix sifting through various forums but I cant find anything. This does seem to be a problem with a lot of different companies/bios so im guessing there is just some fail safe option not working correctly but im pretty new to this so I don't want to go too deep. Need your help boys.

Thx!!


What are you using to monitor the CPU/core frequencies?

What Windows (version?) Power Plan are you using? Or do you use the AMD Ryzen Power Plan?

Cool N Quiet and C6 C State are CPU power saving features that reduce the CPU frequency under low CPU load conditions. They don't lock or switch the CPU speed permanently at some speed. The CPU frequency will change depending upon its load when those features are used, down to 1.55GHz for example, and switch to your OC of 3800MHz on one or more cores when they are under a greater load. These features working per their design are not an issue.

It sounds like you prefer to have all the processor cores running constantly at 3800MHz regardless of the load on the processor. That is easy to do, but we need to know at least the answers to my questions.

Also, your thread's title is X370 Taichi voltage issue, but you are asking about your CPU running at 1.55GHz. So you lost me about that.


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Posted By: Adam1987
Date Posted: 14 Jul 2017 at 5:09am
Thank you for answering. No I always just put in 3800. Ill try that out tho!


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x370 Taichi - ryzen 1700 - flare x 3200 - 750 PSU - r9 390


Posted By: Adam1987
Date Posted: 14 Jul 2017 at 5:22am
" rel="nofollow - Hi thank you for the lengthy response.

I use c15 and master ryzen to check once booted but in bios it shows 3800.

W10. I'm using performance windows power plan. Does the ryzen power plan take priority over windows? I didn't even know there was a ryzen pp -_-

The only reason I turned those 2 things off was because it was a suggestion I read by someone else on another forum. I just assumed there was something in bios that wasnt working correctly. So if I had to run my cores at 3.8 at all times for things to work than so be it.

This is my first solo build as well as my first overlock. I had a clean Oc and then I got locked at 1.55ghz is my main issue.

Well I guess I could of wrote cpu ghz issue but thats just the symptom. The real issue is voltage. I was able to keep everything on auto and hit 3700 but Its not as clean as the 3800 was.




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x370 Taichi - ryzen 1700 - flare x 3200 - 750 PSU - r9 390


Posted By: Adam1987
Date Posted: 14 Jul 2017 at 5:29am
It wont let you put just 38. It auto corrects to 1600.


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x370 Taichi - ryzen 1700 - flare x 3200 - 750 PSU - r9 390



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