Have you considered making an EFI executable out of it that you load from the ESP as part of a chain load? Basically, UEFI -> Boot Manager -> Your EFI application -> Whatever OS
Have you gotten the 2S cpu to boot? if so, on which mb and what bios did you use? I have tried multiple mb and bios's but have still not gotten that cpu to post.You can compile a version for 64-core ROME, 2S1404E2VJUG5 is particularly easy to be killed.
thanks.You should be able to flash a new bios via IPMI, even if the system does not get through post thanks to an unsupported CPU.
There is a way, but it's really buggy (it was causing a lot of random crashes) and thus haven't implemented it in the software.thanks.
is it possible to set per core clocks? like higher 1-4core clock speeds etc, or just the allcore?
close to pulling the trigger on a dual 64core instead of just getting the 3990x that was the original plan. cost will be similar, but dual cpu would be a lot more fun.
There's only one way to find out: give it a try.I'm curious why overclocking won't work on a retail Epyc Rome CPU? I purchased a Supermicro H11SSL-I bundled with a 7302P cpu from NewEgg, but I'm not sure if it's retail or OEM. I already have a waterblock on it so I can't easily see the number on the cpu.
I wasn't doing anything with task manager except for monitoring the frequency. I used the "high multi-core" preset in the software
hehe wont be touching that then!There is a way, but it's really buggy (it was causing a lot of random crashes) and thus haven't implemented it in the software.
No, those are then locked in and aren't dynamically changing anymore. There could still be a bit of variation between workloads, but that's mostly the frequency and not the voltage.hehe wont be touching that then!
maybe a stupid question but when you set an OC or use a preset, do they still dynamicly change speed/voltage based on load for power savings or do they get locked in?
Regarding the power draw it seems to reach 300w or higher when setting OC to 3800+ and running a full load. Power draw statistics were obtain using turbostat. The cpu thermals I was seeing was low to mid 70s. Also IMPI was reporting vrm temps at high 60s.@ExecutableFix do you have single threaded Cinebench R20 scores? I'm curious as to what clocks are achievable at light loads.
Also, has anyone in the thread done power measurements? I'm expecting around 300W seeing as it performs like a stock 3990X, but it would be good to have some data for designing cooling systems and making sure the VRM's don't go boom.