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

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards AMD' started by chispy, Feb 22, 2017.

  1. Embra

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    I have been very happy with the MSI 370x Gaming Pro Carbon Mobo.
    1700x run cool and stable at 4.0 ghz. Ram 3333 MHz @ 15 CAS.
     
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    Anyone got a setup of 1800x & 2 x 980ti on the CHVIHero? post some benchies if you have please
     
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    I don't know what the hell is going on with Canada Post, but I am never using them for any package shipping services ever again. My Crucial DDR4 3466 was shipped back to Amazon, and now that RAM has also been lost. This is the worst PC upgrade experience I have ever had. I am not impressed at all. I was given a refund by Amazon, and I bought another kit elsewhere. I have the Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR4 3466 coming, which is model CMR16GX4M2C3466C16. This RAM is also guaranteed to be Samsung B-Die.
     
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    Hopefully all your issues will be resolved!
     

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    Wow, finally after all that hassle, things are looking up. The CMR16GX4M2C3466C16 Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR4 3466 kit showed up. It is a version 4.31 kit. Indeed, it is Samsung B-Die. I can't quite get 3466 stable, however, I can do 3333 with 15-15-15-35 at 1.35V, or 3200 with 14-14-14-34 at 1.35V no problem. I have not tested lower voltage yet. I definitely am finding things to be running more stable though as well with this RAM kit, no question. Glad this crap is finally over with the RAM nightmares.
     
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    Now that my RAM is good, I am doing some CPU overclocking. So far, I am 100 percent stable at 3.8ghz at 1.3V.
     
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    Good to hear! Your new RAM seems to be exactly like mine with what you can achieve.
     
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    Didn't had any problems with 0810 either but decided to give 0812 a try and so far so good, 0 issues, seems to be as good as the previous one at least.
     

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    Great to hear overall stability issues are gone with new Agesa code 1.0.0.6 :) , keep reporting and sharing your findings guys. Thank you.

    Kind Regards: Chispy
     
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    Nice to hear from you Chispy, glad you're alright!
     
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    I am currently stable at 3.8ghz on all cores with 1.275V.
     
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    Upgrading from 1300X to the 1500X, not a big leap but should improve performance in some games by a good chunk. I was able to find a trustworthy video of these 2 compared in games.
    1500X was in some games i play 20fps ahead of the 1300X. :D

    Along with it i ordered the NZXT Kraken X52, i wanted the 140mm version but it was out of my price range.
     
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    Does it support AM4 ? or did you need to get a separate bracket for it ?
     
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    Yes it comes with an AM4 bracket, it should say RL-KRX52-02 as model number wich includes it.
    If it says RL-KRX52-01, then it doesn't include the AM4 bracket.

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    Is there any reviews for the 1900x yet?

    Also does threadripper have the same ram problems that I am reading everywhere when using over 3200mhz?

    Also people are saying that threadripper has lots more latency than ryzen, is this negated by the NUMA setting, or is it just inherant to the design, does the reduced latency setting limit ram speeds above 3200mhz?

    I saw the slides amd released comparing the 1800x to the 1900x. It showed the 1800x winning by a slight margin in some of the slides.

    They have the same number of cores, but the 1900x has quad channel memory and a 200mhz higher base clock....how is that even possible...
     
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    few things,
    the 1800x has a latency advantage due to all of the cores being on the same die , really depends on the software whether or not that has a big effect. 1800x with 2933mhz-3200mhz isn't memory starved in most applications, so quad channel should have little effect on performance in those applications.

    threadripper should run 3600mhz ram relatively easily, after all, gksill is offering 3600mhz kits specifically for threadripper.


    I would think the 1900x is mainly for those who want large amounts of ram(128gb) and /or io(64 pcie lanes) , but dont need the high core counts. its a rather niche product imo, which is probably why( i assume) amd hasn't sent out review samples.
     
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    I just ordered the AsRock X370 Killer SLI/ac and a 1500x. Was $335 total cause of newegg tax on Tennessee in the US and came with a free $50 case I wont use for this build but put my i7 3820 rig in it. Im selling my 3930k setup. No way I could go with a 4 thread quad core from a 3930k. I will get a R7 1700(X) later on and put the 1550x in my HTPC with a really cheap board. I really need to the replace that q6600 in it lol. I already have a 212 Evo in a drawer, so it was $7 shipped for the am4 bracke for it. So hopefully I can hit 4ghz with the 1500x and the evo 212.

    I still havent decided on ram. I have to wait a few days to make some extra money for the ram. I cant find any nice white kits for under $150 that are at least 2900 mhz+. I paid $110 for my 4x4gb 1866 DDR3 HyperX ram in 2015.
     
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    It appears that I may have a golden chip. My R7 1700X is currently at 3.8ghz with only 1.225V. I have not tested lower voltage yet. It is 100 percent stable. I am quite impressed.

    Edit: I am now testing 3.8ghz at 1.2V. So far, no errors.
     
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