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

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  1. OnnA

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    AMD Ryzen 2700X – Flagship 8 Core With 4.35 GHz Clock, 105W TDP and $369 US

    First up, we have the AMD Ryzen 7 2000 series products which aim for the high-end sector. There are two processors listed at the moment which include the Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 7 2700. Flagship seems to be the Ryzen 7 2700X right now which comes with 8 cores and 16 threads and supports the brand new 12nm process node. The TDP for this chip is maintained at 105W which might seem higher than the 95W on the previous parts but you also get higher clock speeds in return.

    The AMD Ryzen 7 2700X clocks in at a base clock of 3.7 GHz and turbos up to 4.35 GHz. The chip supports 20 MB of cache, 16 PCIe lanes, 2933 MHz DDR4 memory and ships with the Wraith Prism cooler for a price of just $370 US. AMD is pitting this chip against the Core i7-8700K which costs the same.

    AMD Ryzen 2700 – The 65W 8 Core With 4.1 GHz Boost and $300 US Price

    On the other hand, we have the AMD Ryzen 2700 which is a lower TDP variant of the Ryzen 2700X. It retains almost all the specs but since it has a lower TDP, we also expect lower clock speeds of 3.2 GHz base and 4.1 GHz boost. The chip doesn’t support precision boost overdrive and will ship with the Wraith Spire (LED) cooler for a price of $200 US. AMD pits this chip against the Core i7-8700 that costs around the same.

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    https://www.amazon.com/AMD-Ryzen-18...46176&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=Ryzen+1800X&psc=1

    Just had to share. If one scrolls down, it will be stated that the 1800X weighs in at a whopping 5.3lbs. The 1700X on the other hand weighs in at a paltry 2.24 ounces. The technology that Amazon employs for shipping is nothing short of amazing. Scrolling a little further down it is stated that the 1800X still is a staggering 5.3lbs but has an amazing shipping weight of just 5 ounces. Hats off to Amazon for being able to temporarily reduce the weight of items during shipment.
     
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    MSI got a new BIOS for my mobo and I can now set the CPU vcore to below 1.3v once again. They also added setting to change PCIE from x16 to x4x4x4x4 ...

    - Improved memory compatibility.
    - Improved PCIE device compatibility.
    - Update AGESA Code 1.0.0.1a to support new upcoming processors.

    https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/X370-GAMING-PLUS.html#down-bios

    Also, Not bios related but my bus speed is very unstable.

    I know is moves about a bit and thats normal for any cpu but this is ranging from around 95mhz up to 100.03MHZ fluctuating every second according to CPUZ. So my clock speed is all over the shop. 3.669Ghz to 3.825Ghz.

    Is that the same for anyone else?
     
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    ^ That BIOS update is interesting. My MSI B350M Gaming Pro latest BIOS:

    7A39v2C
    Release Date 2018-01-29
    File Size 9.7 MB

    Description
    - Improved memory compatibility.
    - Improved PCIE device compatibility.
    - Update AGESA Code 1.1.0.1 to support Raven Ridge CPU.

    Why is your boards AGESA code different or is it older? Excuse my ignorance :confused:
     
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    Well my original bios was AGESA 1.0.0.6b then it was 1.1.0.1 and now its 1.0.0.1a so That seems "older" but its a "newer" bios.. but the version number for my bios is a little odd

    It was v53, v54, v55 and then v58 and now this one is v5A sooo dunno whtas going on there
     
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    Weird, we'll assume they know what they're doing then :D
     
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    My memory speed tweaking may not be quite as good in the new MSI X370 Pro Gaming Carbon. I can still use the same timings and speed I did previously so no loss, but still!
     
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    The numbering is done by AMD. Do not know about the other manufacturers but ASUS had the bios also labled with Summit, Raven, and now with the numbering starting from the beginning again, Pinnacle (1.0.0.0a). 1.0.0.1a is supposed to be the most recent AGESA from AMD for the launch of Zen+.
     

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    Yep same for ASRock:

    "1.Update AMD AGESA to PinnaclePI-AM4_1.0.0.1a"
     
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    Noticed that too. Downloaded and updated to the newer one. Took without any problems, seems just as fast and stable(ASRock X370 Pro4). Still rocking the 4.1ghz on the 1800X. Trying to fiddle with memory timings now, but I'm a noob at that.
     
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    If your RAM runs at rated speed just leave it be for the moment.
     
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    Sorry, so everything is stabilized? You are only squishing extra performance juice now then? I am glad to hear that. Ryzen plus will already have AM4 compatible and working out of the box ram, is this correct a assumption?
     

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    Hey @chispy & co., do you still see a SSD performance drop versus Windows versions prior to Spectre patches?

    Because I, only now, got a CU pushed to me via WU, used .125 build of Windows 10 until now. No drop in SSD (SATA) performance for me:

    Before latest CU (.125, without Spectre patches):
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    so if you still have performance drops definitely install latest CU. New BIOS versions could also make a difference I suppose (using P4.50 for Killer SLI atm).
     
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    I just tested my 960 EVO (after installing the latest chipset drivers) the read speed is up by a whopping 520 MB/s and write speed is up by 120 MB/s.
    I did install the latest Cumulative Windows Update earlier this week. The last time I benched my 960 EVO was on January 5th 2018 just after applying the first meltdown / spectre patch.
    So performance has definitively picked up since then.
     
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    @Webhiker

    Looks good. So seems confirmed then, whatever caused SSD perf. drops has now been fixed for Ryzen platform.
     
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    At least on my 960 EVO ... the other SSD's I have, 850 EVO and CorsAir Force GS, performance is the same.
     
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