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post #1021 of 1203
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Originally Posted by TheOldTechGuru View Post

VRM's may be "average" to some, yet the Titanium hold the record for LN2 OC and the top OC with water cooling here on OCN...so they seem to have done something right. But people here don't seem to care about real world performance as much as VRM specs...

Vrm thread? 😷 design acceptable, heat sinks may be superior, component selection baffles. Also, there are cpu-z validations that aren't manually submitted, would take record claims with dose of salt for now. Early yet. That titanium did ok though eh? Might even still be near top of list
Edited by yendor - 4/20/17 at 9:45pm
post #1022 of 1203
The lack of it being on ln2 and no benchmarks like cinebench makes you go hmmmm....

So he spent time to prep board spent money on ln2...

And all he did was go after a validation when he could have clocked a bd to same speed on air...

Definitely a hmmmmm
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http://hwbot.org/user/ren_kei_yang/
Edited by chew* - 4/20/17 at 9:57pm
post #1023 of 1203
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

The lack of it being on ln2 and no benchmarks like cinebench makes you go hmmmm....

Manual submission , probably no net. Transferred saved validation for submission. Would expect to see that one again, unless he/she fell in love with cheap little 3 phase board. /headdesk
Edited by yendor - 4/20/17 at 10:08pm
post #1024 of 1203
No i have a theory since it has happened to me...

We went after a valid on msi on deneb.

Then did some light 3d 05...then we got dumb and started running cpu tests in 06. Poof gone..dead chip popped fet.

Since ryzen is good at cinebench...you find max of chip maybe valid it that gives you a baseline to back off and run cinebench around 5.3 to 5.2.

Lack of more results? You do not go run ryzen on ln2 just to do a valid...

That guy benches 3 things cpu-z, mem frequency, cinebench....thats all he has ever submitted.

I will let your imaginations figure it out.
Edited by chew* - 4/20/17 at 10:22pm
post #1025 of 1203
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

Fixxed. Done by me...

But anyway. Your best valid on this forum ammunition is gone now....you kept using it so i got annoyed and removed it from equasion just like that...

Please stop using that..

I did it with less voltage and on air vs water.

I am not claiming board got it there.

Im claiming i drove it properly...

If it get beat ill smash it again and again and again and i will do it on a.different board everytime...just not an msi since you like to wave it around like a flag...

Not as impressive overclocking *fewer cores*. I was referring to the Ryzen 7 series. Lets compare apples to applies.
post #1026 of 1203
so... what i thought VRM temp is actually the PCH temp.. my VRM stays around 40-ish (could it be "motherboard" temp? headscratch.gif ).. no worry at all thumb.gif
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You're not alone. It must be one of them, right?
post #1028 of 1203
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Not as impressive overclocking *fewer cores*. I was referring to the Ryzen 7 series. Lets compare apples to applies.

Lol seriously? Lower skus are all ryzen 7 failed chips...if anything the are harder to oc...

1400 was an 1800x core at one point that failed...

Grow up and downcore a 1800x

Less tears please. You dont dictate the rules for cpu-z franc at canard pc and hwbot does.

WR fwiw is one core..

Actually you know what ill play along.

Oh well that guy needed water.

Not as impressive as air.

Apples to apples i use your bad analogy against you.
Edited by chew* - 4/21/17 at 8:17am
post #1029 of 1203
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Lol seriously? Lower skus are all ryzen 7 failed chips...if anything the are harder to oc...

1400 was an 1800x core at one point that failed...

Grow up and downcore a 1800x

Less tears please. You dont dictate the rules for cpu-z franc at canard pc and hwbot does.

WR fwiw is one core..


Can you please explain to everyone why you think silicon that has cores disabled is likely to clock worse?
post #1030 of 1203
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I'm not gonna lie though, I just think it's hilarious that people are referencing my validation as a reason why the Titanium is great. I've been complaining about a lack of bclock and subpar VRMs and meanwhile behind my back people are worshipping it because of me lol

Heres what the owner off that result had to say.

Priceless

And to answer your question. Core disabling was to decrease heat. Im air he was water i lvled the playing field.

Does not make my chip any better just cooler..

Ocing raising volts then cooling..
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