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Old 08-08-17, 07:31 PM
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Asus Strix B350 F Bios 0806

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Version 0806 2017/08/04 5.75 MBytes

ROG STRIX B350-F GAMING BIOS 0806



Add CBS item


adds p-state support.....

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Old 08-08-17, 08:55 PM
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Awesome, that is a much needed item.
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Old 07-09-17, 09:59 AM
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actually i thought it has more influence on power consumption or temps.

but i can´t barely notice a difference using p-state OC or fixed OC.
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Old 07-09-17, 01:03 PM
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actually i thought it has more influence on power consumption or temps.

but i can´t barely notice a difference using p-state OC or fixed OC.
Umm, you don't notice your voltage changing with load? Under load there won't be a difference of course, but that's obviously not the point.
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Old 07-09-17, 01:57 PM
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Umm, you don't notice your voltage changing with load? Under load there won't be a difference of course, but that's obviously not the point.
no i mean power consumption, i measure from the wall.

the voltage was changing when i had a fixed clockspeed too, from ~0.5v to ~1.38v.

here you see my 1700x, fixed OC at 3700 MHz, drop to around 0.6V:



now with p-state OC the clockspeed goes down too when idle... but the power consumption is not much lower at idle.
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Ahh I get you now. When you said "fixed" I was assuming fixed voltage.
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sorry i was a bit unclear.

but the Asus B350 F can only do voltage offset afaik.
i can´t put in a voltage number in the bios.

and even on boards that can, ryzen seems to play his own game and adjusts voltage up and down.
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Old 07-09-17, 03:08 PM
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no i mean power consumption, i measure from the wall.

the voltage was changing when i had a fixed clockspeed too, from ~0.5v to ~1.38v.

here you see my 1700x, fixed OC at 3700 MHz, drop to around 0.6V:



now with p-state OC the clockspeed goes down too when idle... but the power consumption is not much lower at idle.

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