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About AlphaCharlie4

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    G-Skill TridentZ RGB 16GB 3600Mhz
  • GPU
    ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070TI AMP! Edition
  • Case
    Fractal Design Meshify C Mini
  • Storage
    WD BLACK SN750 NVMe 500GB
    WD Blue 3D NAND M.2 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair TX550M 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    MSI Optix G24C4
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Edition RGB
    3x Cooler Master Fan MF120R ARGB
    2x Fractal Design Dynamic X2 GP-12
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    Asus Zenbook 14
  1. Yep just found that out, hopefully they will get a patch out soon
  2. Ok sounds good, thanks for all your help!
  3. Yeah I know it’s a risk to flash the bios, but is it ok to flash an older version of the bios or to flash the same version again?
  4. Ok I will try resetting my bios first, is it safe to revert or reflash my bios to the previous or same versions?
  5. Ok thanks for your time anyway, do you know if it’s possible for me to flash the same bios version again to try and fix the issue?
  6. No new hardware, only a bios update to agesa was the only change I’ve really made. I’m uncertain that a bios update would change my pcie nvme speed from x4 to x2 though
  7. Nope I checked it’s pcie 3.0 x2 which means my drive used to run at around 3400mb/s reads now runs at 1800mb/s reads. It is a bandwidth limitation for sure, I just don’t know how to change it back to its original x4
  8. So my wd sn750 500gb was running at pcie x4 3.0 when i first got it about 2 weeks ago, but now the drive is running at x2 in hwinfo. I couldnt really find any settings to change it to x4 manually in my bios (motherboad is B450m Steel legend btw) and the only change that i remember making was an update to agesa on my motherboard. I have no idea how to switch it back to x4 so any help is appreciated!
  9. i've tried a while ago tightening them to 16-19-19-39 but it wasnt very stable, also difference was minimal as you said so i just went back to my default cas latency. the issue is that anything 3600mhz and over nets negative cinebench performance which just makes no sense to me.
  10. i already tried the default xmp (3600mhz, 1.35v, cl18) with manual 1800 fclk and there is no difference at all. i do prefer to first get this ram issue solved first before i do any pbo or xfr though (im also not too familier with pbo and xfr but ill learn more about those some other time).
  11. without any changes to my defualt xmp overclock(3600mhz, 1.35v, cl18) my results are around 3350 points consistently but just simply changing my ram speed to from 3600 to 3533mhz (samevoltage and cas latency) gets my 3500+ consistently. the problem is that it consistently performs worse when my ram speed 3600 or faster now, which makes no sense(still better than before bios update as anything 3600 and more is just unstable). could be with my motherboard, apparently on asrocks website the ram speed support is "3533+ (OC)" so maybe it just doesnt let me go above 3533mhz for that reason.
  12. I do have a tuning, but i only use it for fan control. the overclocking utility in there is unused and auto apply is unchecked for the overclocking section, so it shoudlnt be applying anything weird.
  13. Nope XFR and PBO were not enabled before the update. ram speeds up to 3533mhz gets me 3500+ points consistently, but anything 3600mhz or higher drops my score under 3400 consistently.