If the connection goes out are you able to do a factory reboot on the device and walk her through the setup over the phone.
That would be very painful on pfsense box with someone that is non technical.
I agree with you.
Since he most likely has that modem plugged into a 1Gbps port.
So the next question is what speed test are you running where it shows 1.2Gbps speed is it an internal speed test where the modem is bypassing the port speed?
My Fiber ISP does something similar there modem sync...
And who are you to determine what is a waste of time for someone else?
Why does it even matter if its not your own time. These post may be beneficial to others if not for you I wouldn't worry about it :)
When running default settings yes, however when overclocking and tuning memory these applications are needed for checking stability. I learned a fair abit about tweaking RTT settings from this thread alone so well worth it to me for the knowledge.
No Whea errors here.
I'm already gone thru CO and the per core settings. I will produce whea is if put too high a negative on Core 0
Right now i'm running -15 on all cores and Core 3 which is my best core is -20 core 0 is second best core but that stays at -15. I think the biggest difference...
I have decided to go back to Stock XMP to test then will start redoing all timings. Figured I might as well just nuke it from orbit I got time tonight.
no errors so I may now try going back to my original settings but to enable GDM.
Thanks for the suggestions.
Going to up the SOC and VDDG IOD first at current settings.
When you say change SCL back to 4 you are referring to both of these
And RTT 6-3-3?
I will try make the changes and test in abit. For now I will stay at 3200 speeds until I get 0 errors then i can go up...
I just recently upgraded to 32GB from 16GB. 4x8 SR and I can run other memory testing programs fine however this app always gives me errors. I've looked at that error report page but it hasn't helped much.
Not running anything to crazy here for timings either.
they have it posted for the TUF wifi version but not the regular one.
They will probably update it at some point in time today.
i've kept my B-die kit at 3200 with tight timings over going up in speed, while the synethic benchmarks look great application performance doesn't get that large of a boost. And right now on my Rig Stability is the number 1 priority since I'm working from home on it.
If I remember correctly the Aida L3 fix was in Agesa 220.127.116.11 which was bios 3602 for my board. I'm currently on bios 3603 which is AGESA 18.104.22.168 Patch A with the USB fix. Glad you are happy always nice to have the new machine running optimal.
Nah not going to do a reset. I can already hit 60ns at 3200 with my current setup. The numbers vary alittle depending on bios version, will find the setting that is affecting L3 writes just need to more investigating.
This is what I see at 3600CL14 on a slightly older bios will need...
What i'm curious about is why the more I tweak memory why does it seem there is a drop in write performance at L3 cache level. I see this in both our screenshots. Need to find out which memory settings is affecting that.
Ran Geekbench 5 to get it to push the clocks and this is what I see.
i'm still playing with CO but so far i've done -15 on best cores and -5 on the rest and now -20 and -10 and my speeds have been good.
i'm currently on a 3200 B-die kit myself and can do 3600CL14 on my kit, however only at 16GB for now going up to 32GB's soon. Also have you tried the Ryzen Dram Calc?
Are you able to post a thaiphoon burner screenshot of your memory.
also for the timing's you are running in your screenshot...
To be honest these days you have alot of new users that have never seen a old style bios and just use to UEFI. And they don't have the years of overclocking experience so for them these features are a god send. For us old school guys not as fun but its progress what can you do.