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  1. Amazing, thanks for your effort! Do you mind sharing which ram and voltages you use? I believe N=3 and 1T are actually the same and only differ because of benchmark variation. 1T here is probably the "old" 1T which has N=3 by default.
  2. I have a number of screenshots of different timings and sometimes amount is shown and sometimes it's not. I can't see any clear indicator that could determine it. I'll have an eye on it in the future
  3. Not always, it seems to be kinda random.
  4. Thanks, can you show what exactly the task does?
  5. What does the "patch for no-ucode" do? I have task scheduler disabled, is the tool really necessary?
  6. Is there a way to apply the saved 12Z profiles to your modded 12Z? Reapplied all my settings and profiles recently way too often
  7. Is that 1% improvement for 10th gen really worth it ?
  8. Has someone measured the performance improvement without ucode yet?
  9. Retested: Seems like we are stuck on 0x3 and fake 1T.
  10. Tried changing Command Rate Support to 0 with Grub, but it didn't give me real 1T.
  11. Command Rate Support | VarOffset: 0x212, VarStore: SaSetup (0x16) Disabled: 0x0 1 CMD: 0x1 2 CMDs: 0x2 3 CMDs: 0x3 (default) 4 CMDs: 0x4 5 CMDs: 0x5 6 CMDs: 0x6 7 CMDs: 0x7 It's a hidden setting changeable with Grub. I set it from 0x3 to 0x0 and see some improvements: The weird thing is that MemTweakIt still shows 0x0 as ?T (or N:1T) - it should show 1T. The test on the right is after setting it to 1T in MemTweakIt.
  12. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1eD1QxbQfun1M5tMYvPyxMUc5yueZLN3S New v12Z shared by Toppc Lin. It has N:1T support (fake 1T) and Power Down Control for ITX. (ATX still not fixed afaik) Now we need true 1T by having them set "Command Rate Support" to 0. Note: MTI = MemTweakIt. Bios CR1 equals to "?T" (or N:1T) in MTI. Changing "?T" to "1T" should change it to actual 1T until reboot, but not sure if it's actually applied as the difference is small.
  13. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1eD1QxbQfun1M5tMYvPyxMUc5yueZLN3S New v12Z shared by Toppc Lin. It has N:1T support (fake 1T) and Power Down Control for ITX. (ATX still not fixed afaik) Now we need true 1T by having them set "Command Rate Support" to 0. Note: MTI = MemTweakIt. Bios CR1 equals to "?T" (or N:1T) in MTI. Changing "?T" to "1T" should change it to actual 1T until reboot, but not sure if it's actually applied as the difference is small.
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