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.

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    Nice!

    Yeah with Ryzen you basically must pick memory from QVL or at least research the modules to make sure they are Ryzen-compliant (=single sided, single rank preferably).

    For example the modules I bought were not on QVL (at the time) but I knew they were Samsung B-die so SS, SR and also the most compatible / recommended die.
    Ofc finding this information beforehand can be tricky.

    Thankfully AMD was quite open about this during Ryzen's launch and stated that you basically need SS, SR memory to avoid issues.

    Enjoy your (now crash free) system!
     
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    I know what you mean but it'll probably be a 3600X for me, 8c 16t for 230ish would be stunning as well. Still can't stop grinning after watching the video, face is starting to hurt :D

    Oh and throw a RX3070/3080 into the mix as well.
     
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    I heard from someone in the industry and the LN2 overclocking scene that Ryzen 2 is able to run 5.1Ghz easy :) , bring it on i'm ready !
     
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    Interesting thanks for sharing,seems like another AMD build is coming soon near me.
     

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    FSB vs GPU (My experience):

    Fury-X can go Up to 104FSB (notch higher and it's unplayable in games)
    Vega XTX can go up to 108FSB (Im using 104.8 or 105, Gaming without issues)

    Every GPU is a little different, to know the "boundaries of the GPU", You need to set FSB then Play some Heavy Game (like DeusEx MkD or SotTR or ME Andromeda)
    If you get Black Screen or 'Landing' on desktop -> then is too much.

    FSB gives Boost to every PCIe component on the MB.
    SSD/M.2/GPU/HDD/Sound Card etc. all have 5% Boost of free performance.
    I can say that Safest Value is 102-105FSB (some say that it's up to 109FSB, but that depends on Quality of the HW)

    So up to 102-105 is the (for Radeons, as for nV i don't know) safe zone, with a little bandwidth bump across the Board.
     
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    december bios released for asus b350

    buts it acting strangely.
    I set same bios settings after the bios resets.

    my pc just froze and when I hit reset button. the system shuts off and then turns back on....logs into windows and wattman says driver settings was reset......
     
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    Strangely, Asus did release Bios with the new AGESA for several motherboards, but not for a fewl X370. Including my Asus ROG Strix X370 F Gaming.
    Maybe next week...
     
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    Just wish Gigabyte would get around to updating some of the early X399 boards. Still too many Bios quirks.
     
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    Just a week ahead of CES 2019, where AMD allegedly has plans to launch new Ryzen processors, the Russian retailer E-Katalog listed several Ryzen 3000 series "Matisse (Zen 2)" processors.
    At the top of the stack, the Ryzen 9 3800X features 16 cores and 32 threads, a 3.9Ghz base clock, a 4.7Ghz turbo speed, and a 125W TDP all squeezed into the AMD AM4 socket.
    A click-through link implies (but doesn't confirm) that the processors are compatible with existing AM4 motherboards listed on the site, and it also mentions that the 3800X was built on a 7nm process.

    Meanwhile E-Katalog seems to have the whole Ryzen 3000 family listed in its own category. The 3700X, for example, allegedly turbos all the way up to 5ghz,
    while the 3700 squeezes 12 cores and 24 threads running at a base frequency of 3.8 Ghz into a 95W TDP,
    and the Ryzen 3 3300 at the bottom of the stack fits 6 cores with SMT into a dimutive 50W TDP.
    E-Katalog hasn't listed a price or responded to comments on the site yet, but 1 reviewer claims his Ryzen 3 runs at "5Ghz on air."
    Obviously, all this needs to be take with a grain of salt, and we'll just have to see if these listed specifications pan out.
    Thanks to cageymaru and Videocardz for the tip.
     
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    New BIOS 6401 (AGESA 1.0.0.6) -> New Adventure !
    Road to VLLT 3500MHz
    Now it's Safe LLT, full stable so far :D
    @1usmus tool was helpfull (as always)

    [​IMG]
     
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    What's with the "high" latency ?
    Shouldn't it be around ~ 63 ns ?
     
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    Good question ;)
    I don't know for sure, IMO it's AIDA bug (real latency is ~67-68ns), sometimes AIDA shows 69.8ns !
    All games now are more responsive, and You can "feel it" for sure :D

    As for Infinity Fabric -> now it's really Fast, I can see it even in Firefox :eek:

    Im Gaming in 3.929MHz up to ~3.97GHz depends on game (benches >4GHz)
    BF1/V running Great on 3.92GHz, ME:A or AC:O need 3.95GHz for best tW Vs FPS scenario.
     
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    Well I did not see this mentioned in the thread.Heads up to MSI Motherboard owners.

    I must say since I bought my MSI X470 Gaming Plus MSI has joined the big boys. Adding features to Motherboards .I use to only buy high end motherboards with all the features up the ass, got this cheap MSI X470 Gaming Plus motherboard for pretty much free on ebay sale and it has now turned into maybe the best Motherboard for me I have bought ever, anyway.

    They added BCLK overclocking update Agesa quickly to 1.0.0.6 and they rolled out in the last couple weeks new BIOS for X370/X470 Gaming Plus/Pro and B350 Motherboards to allow Offset voltages CPU/SOC and I must say works very well with Precision Boost Overdrive and eXtended Frequency Range.
    Lower voltage lower temperatures not to bad at all good job for MSI .

    https://i.**********/ZqhtVXMp/MSI-Snap-Shot.jpg
     

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