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

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

  1. Kool64

    Kool64 Member Guru

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    That CPU voltage seems a bit high but 4.4 on all cores I pretty good
     
  2. gerardfraser

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    Well it is default voltage so on light loads all Ryzen 3xxx will hit 1.50v,so not high it is normal.
    So do not freak out when you get your chip, when you see high temperatures and voltage it is normal.You can tweak voltages and voltage drops on heavy loads.

    I am shooting for 4600Mhz one core boost override ,I do not think it is possible I am gonna try and this is going to take a week.
    Company left time to play so far mem test CL14 3600Mhz 100% no errors that is a great start on the cheapest X470 money can buy.
     
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    If you can set your FSB to 101-102. That should allow it to keep its boosting habits while raising the over all speed.
     
  4. gerardfraser

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    Oh my I would not do that at all but I do have a spare on the way in case I wreck this one. FPS BAD IDEA,it really is.
     

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    For people in Canada, the R7 3800X is currently 523.64 before tax at shoprbc. This is the cheapest currently available at all Canadian stores, and is actually the correct conversion on the dollar without gouging. They have a few in stock in Ottawa. I am damn antsy to get a new CPU.

    I am not a big drinker, but it is probably best I don't have more than one pint over the next few weeks in one sitting. One or two additional pints of beer during a night of CPU listing viewing could easily result in me purchasing before I am ready. :p

    https://www.shoprbc.com/ca/shop/product_details.php?pid=52679219
     
  6. Kool64

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    A tiny FSB increase won’t hurt anything.
     
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  8. Kool64

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    Oh this is very good news.
     
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    I could not wait anymore. I just joined the R7 3800X club. I should have it next week. I got it from ShopRBC for 567.82 total shipped. This is the cheapest in Canada by a huge margin, since they only charge GST Canada wide. Everywhere else I looked, after tax and ship it would have cost about 75 bucks more. I am looking forward to getting this puppy.
     
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    It only requires recalculating of tRFC values for memories. And may cause SATA to corrupt data. (Not sure about NVMe.)
     

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    I have been looking everywhere for a review of this chip. I can't find any.
    I think it will be the Ryzen 3xxx performance winner - gaming wise.
     
  12. DW75

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    If you're just doing gaming I don't see how the extra cost makes up for the tiny performance over a 3600(x). If you do productivity stuff on the side that's another story of course.
     
  15. Kool64

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    indeed it will once you reach 103. 101-102 is pretty safe for squeezing out a bit of extra performance with out a huge risk.
     

  16. gerardfraser

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    I am interested in what extra performance your talking about.There is no performance to be gained in games.So just everyday things,can you list a couple.
    I would certainly run my FSB at higher levels if I thought there were gains no problem at all.In all my testing I have not found a difference at all as in gaming.

    I can say these Ryzen 3000 chips can be hot.Either AMD overclocking which controls the heat or straight up Motherboard all core overclocking even at voltages as low as CPU 1.06v I still see 80C. Going to re-seat cooler for a third time and test again.
     
  17. Kool64

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    Raising your BCLK raises the amount gained when the CPU multiplier is increased for instance:

    100x43=4300
    102x43=4386


    Now going any higher is a bad idea but a MHz or two should have no impact on PCIe or Sata.

    With the extra IPC we gain per MHz increase with the 3000 series a smaller boost in core clock has a bigger impact vs Zen and Zen+.

    One thing to note is that it will run pretty much every aspect of the computer slightly faster than its stock speed. This includes memory and the PCIe and Sata buses.
     
  18. gerardfraser

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    I know how it works,there are no gains in what I am interested in.Just gaimg,I have tested and ran FSB and it is a bad idea. Thats all.

    Well how about a Motherboard all core overclock with offset voltage -0.0500 when all cores kick in CPU voltage around 1.06v.
    Still hit 80c Intel Burn Test,tested Cinbench and memory CL16 3600Mhz.


    Ryzen 5 3600X All Core 4300Mhz Ryzen Master CPU Voltage 1.3v when all cores kick in.
    Still hit 80c Intel Burn Test,tested Cinbench and memory CL16 3600Mhz.
     
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    Is funny to see that Nvidia is promoting Ryzen 3000 on their twitter, and congratulating AMD on the CPUs. They said "Congrats @AMDRyzen on the launch of your new CPU. Ryzen and GeForce RTX make a compelling pair". Under this, they have a picture of an R9 3900X, and right beside it is a picture of the RTX 2080 super. :p
     
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    Aww that’s very sporting of them
     

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