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post #1281 of 2078
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I bought the Titanium mostly for aesthetics and the fact that I've had better luck with MSI boards than any other brand I've tried. 3 year warranty doesn't hurt either.

4150mhz on the cpu , 3200mhz cl 14 1t on the ram - daily clocks, haven't seen many other doing much better on ambient cooling.

You also haven't seen more than 1 cpu wink.gif

I got a 1600 here that says i dont care how good your unicorn pwm is...im not doing over 3.4.

Show me 4 gig on that then i am impressed...till then..

Point is no board magic pixie dust or not can do anything more than put lipstick on a pig...at the end of the day...its still a pig.

I've had boards clocking cheap junk bin chips with 32g ram populated at same timings speeds even mismatched sticks while still hitting 4gig plus.

Hell ive had DR 16g dimms running prime stable at 3400 for that matter...times shown how long running how much ram used plenty of undeniable unmasked non hidden data.

Haven't seen an msi do that to date wink.gif

See how easily analogies can be flipped?
Edited by chew* - 5/1/17 at 5:53am
post #1282 of 2078
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I bought the Titanium mostly for aesthetics and the fact that I've had better luck with MSI boards than any other brand I've tried. 3 year warranty doesn't hurt either.

4150mhz on the cpu , 3200mhz cl 14 1t on the ram - daily clocks, haven't seen many other doing much better on ambient cooling.

You also haven't seen more than 1 cpu wink.gif

That's all I need.

It is remarkable how many golden chips I get with these MSI boards though wink.gif
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post #1283 of 2078
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I bought the Titanium mostly for aesthetics and the fact that I've had better luck with MSI boards than any other brand I've tried. 3 year warranty doesn't hurt either.

4150mhz on the cpu , 3200mhz cl 14 1t on the ram - daily clocks, haven't seen many other doing much better on ambient cooling.

That's your processor sample, hardly the board.
   
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I bought the Titanium mostly for aesthetics and the fact that I've had better luck with MSI boards than any other brand I've tried. 3 year warranty doesn't hurt either.

4150mhz on the cpu , 3200mhz cl 14 1t on the ram - daily clocks, haven't seen many other doing much better on ambient cooling.

That's your processor sample, hardly the board.

Funny, that's what guys said about my FX 8350 on the 990 GD 80. .

You won't get there on a dud chip, but you won't get an average chip there on a dud of a board either.

How about CL 14 3200 mhz 1 T on the very first bios using AXMP? Any other motherboards able to do that?
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post #1285 of 2078
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The problem with the MSI X370 Titanium is really simple: It uses $ 0.30 fets to feed the CPU and SoC. These should never be used on any $ 100+ board, the Titanium retails for $300.


It seems like if MSI AM4 line is dumping grounds for nikos fets...

Says who? Where did the prices come from? How do these nikos parts compare to other similar parts in terms of reliability, cost and performance?

Instead of smearing the company, which makes perfectly fine parts by the way, it is far more useful to point out the actual real life issues associated with these parts.

I've seen like a dozen people smearing both nikos and msi in this thread without providing any reasoning or evidence. Enough is enough already.
post #1286 of 2078
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Says who? Where did the prices come from? How do these nikos parts compare to other similar parts in terms of reliability, cost and performance?

Instead of smearing the company, which makes perfectly fine parts by the way, it is far more useful to point out the actual real life issues associated with these parts.

I've seen like a dozen people smearing both nikos and msi in this thread without providing any reasoning or evidence. Enough is enough already.

I have already posted compelling evidence...

An ln2 bencher who only benches memory speed obviously not winning any awards there on msi....

Also he benches cpu-z and cinebench....thats it nothing else....wastes ln2 on a 1700x just for cpu-z...just cpu-z on the lowest clocking chip in recent history...

Sorry but that math does not add up...

Wheres his cinebench runs?

Use your imagination...i already know what happened.
Edited by chew* - 5/1/17 at 6:06am
post #1287 of 2078
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I have already posted compelling evidence...

Where?
post #1288 of 2078
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Funny, that's what guys said about my FX 8350 on the 990 GD 80. .

You won't get there on a dud chip, but you won't get an average chip there on a dud of a board either.

How about CL 14 3200 mhz 1 T on the very first bios using AXMP? Any other motherboards able to do that?

 

All X370 boards are by far capable enough to sustain that on a decent chip.

 

And my Gaming-5 did 3200MHz 14-13-13-28 1T (obviously, they all run at 1T) on 1.35V on the launch BIOS... Hell it can bench at 14-11-11-26 just fine - but it's not stable on 1.35V and I can't be bothered to find how much it takes to stabilise it for such a minute performance gain.

   
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post #1289 of 2078
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Where?

Read it...im sorry but nobody wastes ln2 on ryzen...possibly the worst clocking chip in the past 10 years just to do a cpu-z. Especially when it appears there "benchmark" is cinebench...

That makes as much sense as me doing only a memory speed result on some new latest and greatest memory yet no super pi 32m.

So once again why no cinebench result from that user?

Its a no brainer for me...
post #1290 of 2078
What does that have to do with how good the parts on the vrm are? You're not making any sense.
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