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Topic: X370 Taichi with Beta L4.64
Posted By: Xaltar
Subject: X370 Taichi with Beta L4.64
Date Posted: 23 May 2018 at 10:59pm
So I finally decided it was time to update my BIOS. I have held off because my system has been running stable but my curiosity finally got the better of me.

My RAM is now clocked to 3466 stable at CL18 with no more effort put in than enabling XMP and setting it from 3600 to 3466. Everything seems stable so far and has passed all my stress tests etc so after a few more days of testing I will get into the overclocking side of things and see how far I can push the CPU on this BIOS as well as my RAM. 

Any Taichi owners wondering if the Beta is any good, it seems to be the most stable version I have tested, even allowing higher RAM speeds than previous versions on my Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3600 kit.

RAM: CMKGX4M2B3600C18R (R denotes Red for the color, it is identical to modules of the same number ending in other letters)
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 960 G1 Gaming 2gb
CPU: Ryzen 1600x

That should be all the hardware that can make a difference to stability. My drives are all SATA and none of my M.2 slots are populated presently. 

I will update once I have done more testing and overclocking Smile 


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Posted By: Xaltar
Date Posted: 23 May 2018 at 11:22pm
One thing worth noting, my CPU temps in UEFI report as 65.5c, this is clearly an error as I am running an 240mm AIO that keeps my system below 60c even under full load with P95 at stock settings.

My idle temps in OS are sub 30c so it isn't anything to be concerned about. The UEFI usually shows higher than idle temps, typically in my case around 50c which I would consider normal due to the load the UEFI puts on the CPU. 65.5c however can't be accurate. 


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Posted By: kerberos_20
Date Posted: 24 May 2018 at 12:15am
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u dont have issues with ram latency/slowpoke bandwith?

mine fatal1ty doesnt fare well with that 1.0.0.2 agesa (4.63)
latency around 75, bandwith in 40GB ranges at 3400mhz hmm
so im stuck with 4.61 (68ns with ~53gb read/write)


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Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 24 May 2018 at 12:59am
I wouldn't agree that this 4.64 version is more stable and allowing higher RAM speeds than previous, at least in my case.

I am having so much trouble with Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000 (CMK16GX4M1B3000C15), Hynix, two 16GB sticks. I finally got it stable at 2933 MHz(13 days without BSOD) with my 1700X on v4.40 X370 Taichi.

So I saw few YT reviews that new Ryzens are better with RAM so I sold my 1700X and got 2700X.
THERE IS NO WAY TO MAKE IT STABLE AT 2933 - including 4.60, 4.70 or 4.64. Constant BSODs with MEMORY_MANAGEMENT most of the time. Even tried it with exact same settings that worked on v 4.40. Ryzen DRAM Calculator - useless in my case. Even with looser timings 16-18-18-38 or 18-20-20-40...and other settings that I won't write all here now.
The new CPU was cheaper than 32GB kit of QVL RAM is now, I am not sure even if there is 16GB module faster than 3200MHz at the moment, they are all dual rank.

Currently I am running at 2800MHz with 14-16-16-34 DRAMV 1.37V, SOC LLC 3, stable for two days now.
Usually I get BSOD after 3 days on 2933, interesting always on work days, at 1-2 or 4 A.M., never on weekends and during the day (not counting AIDA memory stability test for an hour or more if able, because usually I get BSOD within 5 minutes during test). Last time it ran for 100 minutes OK, thought I got settings right, moved cursor and got BSOD, so frustrating. Fighting with this RAM over an year now.






Posted By: Xaltar
Date Posted: 24 May 2018 at 5:56am
Kerberos, thanks, I will check with Aida64 after some more testing

Cuba1hr, sadly that seems to be the trend with AM4, it is extremely dependent on hardware configurations. Something as simple as different RAM chips can make a huge difference. My kit is Samsung B die. If my tests follow the same pattern as Kerberos then I may not be as lucky as it seems, those scores are worse than my kit ran at 2800 on the launch BIOS my board came with.

I have only updated my BIOS about 12 hours ago, much testing still to do. I can say that it is more stable (without needing to tweak the UEFI first) than the 3.0 version I was running. I needed to alter quite a few settings with that to get my RAM stable at 3200 and the rest of my system bug free. 

4.64 appears to contain the newest AGESA available for the Taichi. I decided to give it a go and see where I land with my config. Still have a lot of fine tuning to do and then I will get onto benchmarks etc to compare to my previous settings/BIOS version. If I find any interesting workarounds/fixes I will post them here. 

Sadly it does look like AMD have left us in the cold with the 4xx chipsets being an improvement over 3xx and no real improvements to be had with newer UEFI/AGESA versions. I guess they need to sell the new boards/chipsets. I hope I am wrong but so far, I have not seen any evidence to prove me wrong. Some reviews even show first gen Ryzen performing better and achieving higher RAM frequencies on the X470 chipset. It does at least seem RAM dependent but even if it is only a few cases, it is a little disheartening. 

I will have more for you all in the next few days. So far, I am not dissapointed but that all depends on my benchmark results. Out of the box stability at the cost of performance is not worth it, I would rather have to tweak things a little and have better performance. 


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Posted By: Reinvented
Date Posted: 24 May 2018 at 10:03am
I'm still waiting for a fix for sound cut outs in BF1 and PUBG crashing when even overclocked slightly.  It's becoming a bit unacceptable that Summit Ridge is getting left out from updates and what not when the newest AGESA provides vulnerability fixes and what not.  According to James Prior from AMD, the AGESA's are supposed to be a unified BIOS for all 3 product lines.  Really hoping they fix this soon, otherwise I might have to jump ship to another manufacturer.


Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 24 May 2018 at 3:13pm
" rel="nofollow - I am losing my hope in running memory at rated (mean 2933) speeds with next stable bios.
Once again, I will let it run on 2800 up to 3-4 day without BSOD and I will let you know how it goes.
I haven't compared or benchmarked 2800 vs 2933, but in AIDA64 and Cinebench.
I have to see what is gain/loss in benchmark and games.

My latencies improved over the ones with 1700X, on both of those frequencies.
Beta with newer AGESA push my core frequencies further than on 4.70.

I also have weird numbers considering temps and fan rpm jumps, I think in both 4.70 and 4.64.
For example - MBO minimum temp in HWInfo can get to 0 deg. C, CPU Package (I think, not die or tctl) over 100c (VRMs, are about up to 65), and pwm fan with about 2000rpms max is shown with rpms reach about 45000.

I haven't OC my CPU yet but read about sound problems in games in few earlier versions too.

And what's with the naming politics - v4.70 earlier stable, v4.64 newer beta???

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Posted By: Xaltar
Date Posted: 24 May 2018 at 5:18pm
The naming is probably (I don't know for sure) something to do with version branching. 4.64 was most likely based on 4.6 with the AGESA version updated. 4.7 was probably created along side 4.64 (at the same time).

With beta BIOS names I do know that if a version is L1.43 then it is based on P1.40. Sometimes an earlier branch was found to be more compatible with intended changes. 

Again, this is just my own speculation based on some rather limited understanding of software development but it does seem to fit the BIOS naming. 


As for overclocking, so far as all the reviews seem to be discovering, overclocking the new 2000 series CPUs is pointless. AMD's boost clock system works incredibly well and allows for much higher frequencies on 1 - 3 cores than you can achieve across all cores. This means that for gaming, you are actually far better off leaving things stock as you will get better per core performance with the boost.

If you are running highly threaded productivity tasks then it is more worth overclocking but even then, the gains are not all that great, particularly at the cost of higher thermals and power consumption. In short, the new Ryzen+ CPUs are very good right out of the box, great for more casual users but a little disappointing for those of us that like to fine tune things. That said, you can still tweak all the different performance states and get more out of the system that way.....


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Posted By: Xaltar
Date Posted: 24 May 2018 at 5:31pm
Originally posted by Reinvented Reinvented wrote:

I'm still waiting for a fix for sound cut outs in BF1 and PUBG crashing when even overclocked slightly.  It's becoming a bit unacceptable that Summit Ridge is getting left out from updates and what not when the newest AGESA provides vulnerability fixes and what not.  According to James Prior from AMD, the AGESA's are supposed to be a unified BIOS for all 3 product lines.  Really hoping they fix this soon, otherwise I might have to jump ship to another manufacturer.

The beta includes an AGESA update. Ryzen first gen has been both a train-wreck and a resounding success. It does seem that a lot of the issues faced with Ryzen 1k are hardware rooted (chipset, IMC etc) so many of the fixes in the 400 series boards will likely never come to 300 series boards, at least, they won't work the same way. While the AGESA is meant to be common across all AM4 platforms it can't correct hardware level issues. 

All of us on Ryzen first gen are in the same boat. The issues are not specific to ASRock, from what I have seen all manufacturers have struggled with getting AM4 stable, some with better and some with worse success. Worse still is that which boards work best change from one BIOS update to the next. This is why I recommend that if you find a board and BIOS that works as you need, stick with it. I can only hope that we at least see a stable BIOS for every 300 series board, even if there are still quirks (RAM speeds etc).

I haven't got much time today for more testing but I will be going through 4.64 over the next few weeks.


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Posted By: Andrey_Z
Date Posted: 25 May 2018 at 5:28pm
Help me! I need dump BIOS X370 Gaming X.


Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 25 May 2018 at 6:13pm
Hi again,

just to let you know that my machine didn't even make it to day 3 of uptime on 2800. Got BSOD at 5 a.m. today - Memory_Management again. I'll try 2800 with 16-18-18-36-54, VDIMM 1.37V, VSOC 1.125V, LLC3.

Cannot practically use my PC year now. 1 bad memory stick and two Gigabyte faulty boards (B350 Gaming 3 and X370 Gaming 5)...ended up with Taichi. It was a tough choice between X370 Taichi and Asus ROG Crosshair VI WIFI...and... maybe, I made a wrong choice. I haven't tried the other one.

Earlier today it was 14-16-16-34 on 2800, all on 4.64 BIOS.

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Posted By: Xaltar
Date Posted: 30 May 2018 at 2:11pm
" rel="nofollow - So, about a week on and here are my observations:

1. RAM is no more or less stable (with my kit) than 3.0 I was using before the update.
2. RAM latency and R/W speeds are more or less identical to what I achieved with 3.0
3. RAM speeds and timings achievable with the Beta are the same as 3.0 (3333 max stable @CL18)
4. Benchmarks show absolutely no change

I was stable at 3466 on my RAM for about a week then began experiencing the occasional blue screen. With some looser timings I can stop those but at CL18 my timings are not great to begin with so I just dropped to 3333 and set my timings to CL16. 

Bugs?

CPU temps read stupidly high in the UEFI. I am sure there are more but that is the only one that stands out as a potential issue (for some users). A lot of people get scared when they see high temps in the UEFI so this is something that needs addressing IMO. 

Still fine tuning and tweaking. I have yet to do any CPU overclocking, honestly I generally run stock on this system with my poultry GTX 960 there really isn't any point in overclocking anyway.    


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Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 31 May 2018 at 3:50am
I am not familiar with 3.0, in shop they installed 3.20 I think when they tested board with my 1700X and my Corsair - they have said it was stable  on 2933 (tested for 1-2 hours I guess) and then shipped the components to me. I had troubles with RAM on that version. Soon there was 4.40 bios and after so many tries on that one it was stable for earlier mentioned 13 days (windows update restarted my computer then).

I cannot reproduce that situation with 4.64 or 4.70 and cannot go back with 2700X. Now the PC is running for 2 days 15hours, raised DRAMV for 0.01V more (1.38V, shown 1.40 in picture), tomorrow morning is the critical period, if the patient survives early morning, it will live:)...but I doubt, every time it's the third day BSOD, just after problem with NTP update...I think. I have seen that in my event viewer before "unexpected restart" few times, don't know if it is correlated, but error more than 90% of time is MEMORY_MANAGEMENT and few IRQL_LESS_OR_NOT_EQUAL.

Here are problematic  MIN & MAX values in CPUID HWMonitor and HWInfo on BIOS 4.64:
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Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 01 Jun 2018 at 5:16pm
Hi guys, again.

This time PC managed to go through 3 days and today before 2 a.m. I got another BSOD, without Bug Check String, just ntoskrnl.exe. I am so crazy. I even turned off NTP as a percaution. I pumped DRAMV up to 1.40V now and VDDCR_SOC to 1.0625V. It used to be on Auto and 1.125V earlier if I recall correctly.
Timings for 2933 are as they were: 16-18-18-18-38-56
Increased tRFC to:
tRFC 514
tRFC2 382
tRFC4 236
and ProcODT is all the time set to 80.


Anyone with better idea or suggestion, I would appreciate it.



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Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 04 Jun 2018 at 5:30pm
" rel="nofollow - Update.
I must be boring by now, but now the PC managed to get 2 days of uptime. Really don't know what else to do, except to beg ASRock for new BIOS.

I will increase tRFC values even more. Help, anyone?

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Posted By: ajlueke
Date Posted: 04 Jun 2018 at 9:04pm
" rel="nofollow - Hello,

Have you done a fresh install of Windows 10 (re-partition HDD) since you switched between those different motherboards?

Does your RAM produce any errors on memtest86?


Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 05 Jun 2018 at 2:32am
" rel="nofollow - Of course. New Windows 10 installation on formatted SSD after every MBO change. Last time I tried Memtest there were no errors. I cannot test freaking thing for hours (8-9 I think) on every single change in UEFI. It passes memtest to get BSOD after that.

It takes time to test 32GB. There used to be errors on some tighter timings (below 16-18-18) then when I tried at 2133 everything went OK for 4 passes.
Now when I make a change in UEFI, I run AIDA64 stability test, memory only (other things passed fine earlier) for about an hour. If some setting it doesn't like, it usually stops the test or BSOD within 5 minutes of start.

I am mad because it passes memory test, works for 2-3 days under load & then BOOM! Why the freaking thing passes memtest to crash after 3 days... I woke up because I heard it idling (on welcome screen), cursed it again and set up UEFI at 4.30 this morning, running stability test till 6 a.m. and went to work. I go through same procedure every second or third night.

I was unaware of this problems when I bought RAM in early April last year when Ryzen just arrived.
I paid about 285USD year and some ago so I don't want to wait till it's sold (I was selling my 1700X for over a month and lowered my initial price by 100$!!!) and lose money to be getting the "same" thing (OK, faster Samsung? 2x16GB) I already have for almost 550USD...and still 16GB modules are dual rank=problems again (or lower speeds, higher timings). I could get 2x8GB but I need more than 16 for VMs and other things. My 6-7 year old PC has 16GB. I was even thinking of 64GB when prices normalize one day but more than 2 modules bring another handful of problems on Ryzen platform.

For an year I was hoping, first at Gigabyte camp, now at ASRock's for them to do something for us suckers with Hynix. But still nothing - 14 MONTHS!!! They did something positive on 4.40 and then screwed everything up again (I blame both AMD & ASRock). I still follow Gigabyte forum, there's still not grass greener on the other side either.


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Posted By: TooQik
Date Posted: 05 Jun 2018 at 8:46am
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@Cuba1hr

Have you tried running the RAM at 2133 or 2400 MHz with all other settings on auto? If so, does your PC crash at these RAM speeds also?

When running the RAM at 2800 or 2933, have you tried changing the command rate to 2T and disabling Geardown mode?


Posted By: Reinvented
Date Posted: 05 Jun 2018 at 1:41pm
ASRock support is really poor about communicating with their customer base.  1.0.0.3 has been out for a while now, and I've heard some really good things about it as far as audio issues and games crashing immediately when overclocked using all-core or P-state.  In short, it doesn't happen with the newer AGESA 1003.  I'm hoping they'll release something soon.    


Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 05 Jun 2018 at 2:19pm
At 2133 it works fine, 2666 was the highest speed I could get before UEFI version 4.40 - the last time I tried. At 2800 also no go as I mentioned in earlier posts. In my case 2T makes it even worse, Geardown disabled all the time. I will leave all settings as they are right now and if I get another BSOD in day or two try with 2T change only.



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Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 05 Jun 2018 at 4:57pm
As far as I know 4.40 is the most stable version up to date if you are on the last year Ryzen, but I cannot use it with newer CPU.

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Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 08 Jun 2018 at 8:43am
Damn! Another BSOD, hal.dll this time. Almost got to 4th day. It restarted just before 2 a.m.
Set 2T now and Geardown mode - Disabled. No noticeable change in performance in AIDA memory benchmark.

Other settings - DRAMV 1.38V, SoCV - 1.0625V, SoC LLC 3, 16-18-18-38-56-530, don't remember others but settings way higher than what Ryzen Dram Calculator 'SAFE' recommended.

Now I am the point of Never again for ASRock. I am so frustrated and mad at them and AMD! So many sleepless nights with unusable computer. I regret spending so much money to get nonfunctional piece of $hit.

There's new freaking agesa, bring the new bios and get your $...stuff together! Going to try to sleep now.
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Posted By: howardstern
Date Posted: 09 Jun 2018 at 3:32am
I would set your SOC to 1.15v and LLC to 2

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Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 09 Jun 2018 at 4:39am
Thanks for the advice, I already had SOC set to 1.15, but I was getting bsods (how many times have I written bsod or bsods here:)) I decided to lower it to mentioned voltage.
I will give it a day or two with my last 2T settings and then try to increase VSoC and LLC. First I would try that advised settings with 1T.
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Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 14 Jun 2018 at 5:44am
Just an update - those changes mentioned earlier didn't help. Two days and BSOD, this time during the day for a change. 

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Posted By: asrock_tester
Date Posted: 26 Apr 2019 at 7:53am
Hello, there!
It seems we are in the same ship. I cant go above 2666 MHz with this memory - Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x16GB DDR4 3000 MHz CMK16GX4M1B3000C15 ver. 5.39(Hynix), Part Number: H5AN8G8NAFR-TFC, A-die.

Here is [URL=https://www.overclock.net/forum/11-amd-motherboards/1626011-my-experience-asus-prime-x370-pro-918.html#post27940720]my reply[/URL] in another forum.

Cuba1hr, so almost a year later what is the results, anyting different? Did you make this RAM to work stable at 2800 MHz? If "YES", can you give the full RAM settings(timings, voltages, etc.)? I tried so many settings and this model(MK16GX4M1B3000C15) seems to be cursed by all the gods and can't work above 2666 MHz on AM4 motherboards. Nobody takes blame - nor AMD, nor Corsair, nor motherboards manufacturers. They just not put this RAM in QVL and that is, so sad. Wasted money. Shame.

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Posted By: Cuba1hr
Date Posted: 27 Apr 2019 at 12:06am
Hello,

Yes I got it stable. I did not try the latest BIOS (or I have, but went back immediately) so I am using 4.81 beta for X370 Taichi. I just saw that there are new versions (5.50 the latest from this week). Up until few weeks ago I was checking FW releases, other newer boards were getting updates so I thought that there won't be updates for X370 until Zen 2.

I will probably get one of Zen 2 CPUs and have to upgrade then if 5.50 is not good now, I will have to try it.

On 4.81 my settings are:
XMP, DRAM Frequency: 3000, Stable Mode, CPU Vcore Voltage -0.10000 (automatically sets this), CPU LLC Auto (Level 5), VDDCR_SOC Voltage 1.05000, VDCR_SOC LLC Level 3, DRAM Voltage 1.405V, VTT_DDR 0.710, else is on Auto.

Timings:
16-17-17-17-36, then 3-56-6-8-38-Auto-Auto-Auto-Auto-Auto-525-390-240-then all on Auto till CR 1T, Gear Down Mode Auto, Power Down Enable Disabled.

I didn't want to sqeeze it further, for me it's enough, after so many tries. This is stable, I had PC running for more than 3 weeks in a row, without BSOD, until Windows update had to restart:)

I hope this helps. I will try v 5.50 when I get more time.

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