The AMD Ryzen All In One Thread /Overclocking/Memory Speeds & Timings/Tweaking/Cooling Part 2

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards AMD' started by vbetts, Sep 24, 2018.

  1. Kool64

    Kool64 Maha Guru

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    Yikes the 1800X is struggling hard
     
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    Even 3700X/3800X to 5950X is a blast, Lows are getting much better.
    Games with heavy MT & RT are now easy to drive. 1440p here.
     
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    It does at 1080p. I can imagine at 4k difference would not be that big.
     
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    Fortunately, we are no longer at time when the best we would get, was a 10% IPC increase over each gen. Or nothing, like we got for a few years.
    After AMD launched Zen1, the CPU was shaken to it's core and now we see big performance increases with every gen. From both Intel and AMD.
     

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    Lets hope AM5 will have the same longevity.
     
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    My RoG Hero VI upgrade path:
    1700X 3.9GHz 3500MHz CL14 --> 3700X 4.3GHz 3800CL16 --> 5950X B2 4.5GHz 3800CL16 (PBO up to 5.15GHz if needed :D).

    I don't like to change my System at all, just turn On & Play - no hussle.

    Next will be AM5 7xx and next Zen 5 with PCIe5 & DDR5
     
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    My Upgrade Path: Pentium i386 (Siemens and back in 1992 my parents paid around 2700 Swiss Francs (CHF) for that one. Top describe how much money that was = they both had around 2500CHF netto income at that point). - i386 running with Windows 3.11 and i was playing games like wolfenstein 3D / Aladin / some MotoGP Racing but i since i was 7years old my pc teacher did not wanted to allow me to play until i learned how to copy the game he gave me from a floppy (A) to the hard disc using DOS...
    ^ Oh Boy!
    Then i had some OEM XP 2nd edition but i was not gaming at all - next one was then 10years later i have upgraded to a professional Hackintosh for my Recording studio. That was running until i got my first mac book pro than the second macbook pro and 2021 i build my first Desktop pc after reading 3-4 Months how i need to do it and how to choose the part.
    Funny Fact but still the Truth: I discovered Guru3D while i was looking for good Product Reviews online and once i read the reviews here i probably picked 80% of my parts like this.

    With that been said - if the money would not be something i care about i would sure upgrade or even build a whole new system and then sell this one but every person who had build new system between release from new ryzen series and dark hero until 2 months ago will lose much money since the parts are really much cheaper now.

    Fun & Passion vs. be Smart and ignore the child inside myself haha :D
     
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    I suspect that there won't be any changes for a long time, since cpus these days are SOCs essentially, The only thing that prompts a motherboard change is the need for different power or electrical requirements or to support different standards like different ram, I would be surprised if we see a socket change before ddr6 is on the market, as max socket power has been set pretty high and vrms are pretty good these days, worlds better than the AM3 days.
     
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    I agree 100% ,AM4 I did 8-10 CPU's and liked everyone of them,looking to do the same with AM5
     

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    My first AMD was an overdrive socket upgrade to an and 133 that lasted me until I got my first K6-2 that lasted until I got my first Athlon XP then I got a “clawhammer” Athlon 64 on a 754 then I got an Opteron 144 and oc’d the snot out of it to 2.9ghz which was faster than the FX57 1K USD CPU. Then some C2Ds a an i7920 and a 980(which my sister still has) then a 1600X a 3700x then my current 5700x
     
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    Ya my first pc build was a clawhammer.
     
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    I guess it works just as well with 300 series boards only downside is lack of pcie4.
     

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    Anyone still on an X370 made out like a bandit. Too bad mine died as I was planning on keeping it.
     
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    just for fun... still playing with pbo ... its so simple and fun
    well... i uped the ppt tdc and edc. lowered the curve upto -25 -20
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    Hi, it seems I've ran into reliability problems with my memory at 3600 Mhz and IF at 1800 respectively.

    Memory is G.Skill Trident Z Neo (3600-16-19-19) with Hynix dual rank modules and motherboard is ASRock X370 Killer SLI with Ryzen 3800X CPU.

    How could I go about trying to stabilize the memory? I'm going to first drop frequency to see if that solves stability problems but would like to keep running at XMP frequency.

    Long story short I started getting constant crashes in Doom Eternal which I assumed were due to a game bug but when I ran Windows Memory Diagnostic tool overnight (10 runs) it gave an error.
    The error doesn't happen immediately though as I watched the test go for 2 passes and those had no errors yet.

    Also I'm guessing it's the memory controller / IF just running with too high a frequency rather than the memory itself but who knows...
    Voltages are at default which puts SOC to 1.2 V.
    I used to have it manually set lower (1.15 V) but got the crashes all the same.

    Memory is at 1.35 V as per XMP
     
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    Can you post a screenshot of Zen Timmings.
    So we can see what is set.
     

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