Haven't tried 1202 yet... idle temps are around 47 to 65 degrees and gaming is around the 70s or 80s. I have run cinebench which gets the CPU up to 95 degrees but thats only in short duration.Have you tried the new 1202?
What high/idle temps are you getting?
Just tried 1202 none of the docp profiles work. Manually set memory speed to 5600MHz with everything else left in auto and I can boot into Windows although memory timings are higher. Last time I did this I was running into random crashes. I'll leave it here for now. If it starts crashing randomly I'll load optimized defaults until Asus fixes this issue or revert back to 0805. Just ran Cinebench R15 and more score went from 3010 down to 2976 which is pretty marginal.Have you tried eco mode and set to 65watts? I bet your temps really drop and minimal performance drops.
Lower your SOC Voltage on EXPO if it's high.There is something I am not getting, I take the expo 1 off and set the cpu to eco mode @ 65 watts and now it goes to 5.4ghz with better performance. But if I enable expo 1 @ 5600 the top Ghz it goes is 4,9. Weird stuff or there is something I am not getting and all of the voltages are down as well.
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Great video, had a laugh at Asus - they did the worst things at the worst time and they are just getting what they deserveA bit concered after seeing this. My first Asus board in like 10 years and hearing all these things makes me wish I went with MSI. Gigabyte boards were my MBs of choice up until 2016 but none of their offerings for AM5 appealed to me.
Noticed a bug on 1416 with regards to 65w eco mode. It doesn't work anymore. 65w mode now allows my 7800x3d to hit 90w power draw. Roughly same mhz peak, but where the beta bios always had it stop around 65w draw, hwinfo is now seeing 89-90w.
Then the only time you need to worry about the power envelope is during benchmarking/stress testing. I don't see the point enabling 65w eco mode. A lower, better custom power envelope can be created by limiting temps and/or undervolting via CO or manual tuning.I'm not worried about temps, with my pump and fan profiles on a silent profile, the max temp under a cinebench load is still 82C despite the wattage increase. I've let it run prime95 a whole 48 hours straight with fairly consistent temps. P95 only brings it to 65C and games even lower.
eco 65w doesn't mean actually 65w it maxes out at 88 to 90 watts.Noticed a bug on 1416 with regards to 65w eco mode. It doesn't work anymore. 65w mode now allows my 7800x3d to hit 90w power draw. Roughly same mhz peak, but where the beta bios always had it stop around 65w draw, hwinfo is now seeing 89-90w.
65w is the cpu watts, the total cpu package watts is 1.4 x 65w = 91w.
So I haven't updated my Strix-E bios since I got this board late last year. The board has been 100% stable. No BSODs, etc. I know I should update. However, I'm concerned about all the reports of bugs in the new releases. Is ASUS simply not fixing old bugs, or introducing new ones.yes total package.