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#91 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by feathers632 21.09.2017 02:38

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If anyone has figured out how to get offset voltage/p-state overclock working... please let me know. Even when I dial in offset and set the p-state number in the mod bios the voltage and clock speeds are locked at 3.9ghz.



Here is some hint using odd multipliers, not p-state but might help little.
http://forum.gigabyte.us/thread/1720/ryz...feature-request


Thanks for that. I added an extra .25 with C-states global on and C&Quiet... No clock throttling back. Might try adding another .25

#92 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by ket 21.09.2017 04:32

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Could be the P-States just aren't working. Gigabyte have put AMD Agesa code through the blender completely tearing it to shreds thus introduced all kinds of bugs exclusive to Gigabyte. Other manufacturers I've seen have simply stuck with the Agesa layout and added to it whereas Gigabyte appear to of torn it apart piece by piece adding unnecessary development time and bugs.


Pretty sure this will be my last Giga board now. I bought a giga board back in the days of Wolfdale and it had all kinds of fan speed bugs. Would falsely report fan speed dropping to zero. Brother had same mobo and same issue.


Good call I'd say. Gigabyte need to sort themselves out and get their act together, they are trailing even MSI and I'd call them a third tier choice. I'd even put Biostar ahead of Gigabyte which optimistically puts them in 5th position in my book. Asrock, Asus, MSI, Biostar, these are all manufacturers I would consider before even giving Gigabyte a single thought.

#93 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by Khaela 21.09.2017 20:29

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Hi all,

New BIOS for you guys to try with the Gaming K7: F7B

This BIOS includes custom P-states. If you have a chance please give it a shot and give us your feedback. Note that custom P-states have a higher priority than BIOS settings. IE if you change a multiplier through P-states it takes priority over multipliers set in BIOS.

From de gigabyte forum usa... it's in the first post for download.

#94 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by feathers632 21.09.2017 20:34

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GIGABYTE - Matt
GIGABYTE Staff
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about an hour ago
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Hi all,

New BIOS for you guys to try with the Gaming K7: F7B

This BIOS includes custom P-states. If you have a chance please give it a shot and give us your feedback. Note that custom P-states have a higher priority than BIOS settings. IE if you change a multiplier through P-states it takes priority over multipliers set in BIOS.

From de gigabyte forum usa... it's in the first post for download.


That's great.. except I don't have a gaming 7. I have a gaming 5. :)

If they don't release for 5 as well then I will certainly ditch the board and go Asus, Asrock or Biostar.

#95 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by ket 21.09.2017 23:53

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Zitat von feathers632 im Beitrag #94
Zitat von Khaela im Beitrag #93
GIGABYTE - Matt
GIGABYTE Staff
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about an hour ago
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Hi all,

New BIOS for you guys to try with the Gaming K7: F7B

This BIOS includes custom P-states. If you have a chance please give it a shot and give us your feedback. Note that custom P-states have a higher priority than BIOS settings. IE if you change a multiplier through P-states it takes priority over multipliers set in BIOS.

From de gigabyte forum usa... it's in the first post for download.


That's great.. except I don't have a gaming 7. I have a gaming 5. :)

If they don't release for 5 as well then I will certainly ditch the board and go Asus, Asrock or Biostar.


Chances are using the modified DOS flash tool included with my modded UEFIs you can straight up flash the K7 UEFI. PCB looks identical for the Gaming 5 and K7, features are even identical with the exception of the K7 "officially supporting" 3400MHz RAM OCs lol. Just check out the side by side image and you'll see what I mean. I have actually toyed with the idea of seeing if I can get a K7 UEFI up and running on a Gaming 5 it shouldn't be hard at all. I'm certainly not one for the tin foil hat but it seems awful convenient that I release my modded UEFIs and magically the Aorus boards seem to start getting the attention they need from Gigabyte.

#96 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by feathers632 22.09.2017 00:55

Hi Ket,

Yes, they certainly do look identical and I agree. Wooden surprise me also if they've suddenly been motivated to release P-state bios because of your work.

I'm curious to see now if the 7 Bios does work on 5!

#97 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by ket 22.09.2017 14:54

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Hi Ket,

Yes, they certainly do look identical and I agree. Wooden surprise me also if they've suddenly been motivated to release P-state bios because of your work.

I'm curious to see now if the 7 Bios does work on 5!


Let me know how that goes, if it does flash using the DOS tool included with these modded UEFIs I'll put something custom together. Might try myself later if I can find some time.

#98 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by feathers632 22.09.2017 19:04

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Zitat von feathers632 im Beitrag #96
Hi Ket,

Yes, they certainly do look identical and I agree. Wooden surprise me also if they've suddenly been motivated to release P-state bios because of your work.

I'm curious to see now if the 7 Bios does work on 5!


Let me know how that goes, if it does flash using the DOS tool included with these modded UEFIs I'll put something custom together. Might try myself later if I can find some time.


I have some newz... Since building my Ryzen 1700 some weeks ago I've been running it on my Intel system windows 10 installation. Today I got around to installing Windies 10 on the NVE SSD, installed HWInfo and as soon as I ran it I see the core speeds changing between 3.95ghz and 1.5ghz and a number of steps inbetween. So it looks like the P-states are working or perhaps it was the odd multiplier frequency trick mentioned previously around here. I will change it to even multiplier later and see if the P-states still work... if they do then we know it's because of your bios mod. Idle CPU temp is now 25c (was 28 - 30c on the old windows installation SSD).

#99 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by ket 22.09.2017 20:19

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Hi Ket,

Yes, they certainly do look identical and I agree. Wooden surprise me also if they've suddenly been motivated to release P-state bios because of your work.

I'm curious to see now if the 7 Bios does work on 5!


Let me know how that goes, if it does flash using the DOS tool included with these modded UEFIs I'll put something custom together. Might try myself later if I can find some time.


I have some newz... Since building my Ryzen 1700 some weeks ago I've been running it on my Intel system windows 10 installation. Today I got around to installing Windies 10 on the NVE SSD, installed HWInfo and as soon as I ran it I see the core speeds changing between 3.95ghz and 1.5ghz and a number of steps inbetween. So it looks like the P-states are working or perhaps it was the odd multiplier frequency trick mentioned previously around here. I will change it to even multiplier later and see if the P-states still work... if they do then we know it's because of your bios mod. Idle CPU temp is now 25c (was 28 - 30c on the old windows installation SSD).




Thats good to know. I don't know of other boards that have that P-State clocking problem I'd have to test some of the other boards I have. Knowing how extensively Gigabyte are pulling AMDs AGESA code apart I'd be inclined to say its yet another Gigabyte self-inflicted bug (thats not to say it is however), I wouldn't believe their spiel about "competitors pulling the feature" for a single micro-second either as the contacts I have not only have not mentioned P-States being pulled, they have not said it is even being considered and with all of the boards I have for testing with the latest UEFIs available they all have the P-State overclocking feature so at this time I'd say what Gigabyte are saying is just to try and cover their own lazy arses and the real truth is just that - them being lazy and not being arsed to add P-States despite the rampant requests for it.

#100 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by varyak 23.09.2017 09:12

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I experienced this issue as well and thought it was just me. Oddly installing the Gigabyte drivers from the DVD then removing them and installing the 8245s worked if I remember correctly and I haven't seen the problem since. Have you checked the speaker configuration? (Sound window > "Playback" tab > bottom of that tab "configure") I'll try to remember the exact steps I took when resolving this issue but if my faulting memory is correct at this stage a good cleanup and double checking of various sound related properties had everything sorted out.


No matter what I try, I always get the same error. Can't get your drivers to work.

#101 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by ket 23.09.2017 14:19

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Zitat von ket im Beitrag #79


I experienced this issue as well and thought it was just me. Oddly installing the Gigabyte drivers from the DVD then removing them and installing the 8245s worked if I remember correctly and I haven't seen the problem since. Have you checked the speaker configuration? (Sound window > "Playback" tab > bottom of that tab "configure") I'll try to remember the exact steps I took when resolving this issue but if my faulting memory is correct at this stage a good cleanup and double checking of various sound related properties had everything sorted out.


No matter what I try, I always get the same error. Can't get your drivers to work.


Without being able to look at your system myself I really don't know what the issue would be then. You are the only person I know of with this issue and I can't replicate it myself so don't have any other suggestions for now.

#102 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by feathers632 23.09.2017 18:20

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Zitat von feathers632 im Beitrag #96
Hi Ket,

Yes, they certainly do look identical and I agree. Wooden surprise me also if they've suddenly been motivated to release P-state bios because of your work.

I'm curious to see now if the 7 Bios does work on 5!


Let me know how that goes, if it does flash using the DOS tool included with these modded UEFIs I'll put something custom together. Might try myself later if I can find some time.


I have some newz... Since building my Ryzen 1700 some weeks ago I've been running it on my Intel system windows 10 installation. Today I got around to installing Windies 10 on the NVE SSD, installed HWInfo and as soon as I ran it I see the core speeds changing between 3.95ghz and 1.5ghz and a number of steps inbetween. So it looks like the P-states are working or perhaps it was the odd multiplier frequency trick mentioned previously around here. I will change it to even multiplier later and see if the P-states still work... if they do then we know it's because of your bios mod. Idle CPU temp is now 25c (was 28 - 30c on the old windows installation SSD).




Thats good to know. I don't know of other boards that have that P-State clocking problem I'd have to test some of the other boards I have. Knowing how extensively Gigabyte are pulling AMDs AGESA code apart I'd be inclined to say its yet another Gigabyte self-inflicted bug (thats not to say it is however), I wouldn't believe their spiel about "competitors pulling the feature" for a single micro-second either as the contacts I have not only have not mentioned P-States being pulled, they have not said it is even being considered and with all of the boards I have for testing with the latest UEFIs available they all have the P-State overclocking feature so at this time I'd say what Gigabyte are saying is just to try and cover their own lazy arses and the real truth is just that - them being lazy and not being arsed to add P-States despite the rampant requests for it.


Turns out the clock and voltage is locked rigid with EVEN clock multipliers and variable with ODD multipliers. Ryzen power plan keeps the CPU clock locked high, choosing non-ryzen power plan allows the multiplier and voltage to vary according to load.

#103 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by ket 23.09.2017 21:32

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Zitat von ket im Beitrag #99
Zitat von feathers632 im Beitrag #98
Zitat von ket im Beitrag #97
Zitat von feathers632 im Beitrag #96
Hi Ket,

Yes, they certainly do look identical and I agree. Wooden surprise me also if they've suddenly been motivated to release P-state bios because of your work.

I'm curious to see now if the 7 Bios does work on 5!


Let me know how that goes, if it does flash using the DOS tool included with these modded UEFIs I'll put something custom together. Might try myself later if I can find some time.


I have some newz... Since building my Ryzen 1700 some weeks ago I've been running it on my Intel system windows 10 installation. Today I got around to installing Windies 10 on the NVE SSD, installed HWInfo and as soon as I ran it I see the core speeds changing between 3.95ghz and 1.5ghz and a number of steps inbetween. So it looks like the P-states are working or perhaps it was the odd multiplier frequency trick mentioned previously around here. I will change it to even multiplier later and see if the P-states still work... if they do then we know it's because of your bios mod. Idle CPU temp is now 25c (was 28 - 30c on the old windows installation SSD).




Thats good to know. I don't know of other boards that have that P-State clocking problem I'd have to test some of the other boards I have. Knowing how extensively Gigabyte are pulling AMDs AGESA code apart I'd be inclined to say its yet another Gigabyte self-inflicted bug (thats not to say it is however), I wouldn't believe their spiel about "competitors pulling the feature" for a single micro-second either as the contacts I have not only have not mentioned P-States being pulled, they have not said it is even being considered and with all of the boards I have for testing with the latest UEFIs available they all have the P-State overclocking feature so at this time I'd say what Gigabyte are saying is just to try and cover their own lazy arses and the real truth is just that - them being lazy and not being arsed to add P-States despite the rampant requests for it.


Turns out the clock and voltage is locked rigid with EVEN clock multipliers and variable with ODD multipliers. Ryzen power plan keeps the CPU clock locked high, choosing non-ryzen power plan allows the multiplier and voltage to vary according to load.


I'll bare that in mind for other folks. I only use a high performance power plan but I'm sure there are others using the Ryzen plan encountering issues not realising its the Ryzen plan doing it. In other news I've looked at the K7 F7b beta UEFI and see no evidence of Gigabyte doing anything but unlocking the P-State options.

#104 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by ket 23.09.2017 22:40

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Who has a B350 Gigabyte board and who has a Gaming 5? I'm not going to say what I'm up to just yet but lets call it.. "new toys".

#105 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by feathers632 23.09.2017 23:16

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Who has a B350 Gigabyte board and who has a Gaming 5? I'm not going to say what I'm up to just yet but lets call it.. "new toys".



I'm pretty sure I have a gaming 5.

:)

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