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post #1541 of 1994
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1.37... biggrin.gif:thumb:

@Psym4n

What do you think ?

He thinks i am an idiot for pushing a chip that sux that hard biggrin.gif
post #1542 of 1994
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Originally Posted by yendor View Post

Training more could be good. Training less is unlikely to ever improve results. Patience is something in short supply on the other side of most monitors...

In my experience so far the Am4 trainning acting all the time did no good.
Now, patience in my view is more of a matter of perspective as there are no standards to define it. Still, one can always spot the abusive use of it's patience.poke.gif: - Not directly directed to you
post #1543 of 1994
I just looked stupid me...i guess i had the gigabyte @ right volts but wrong speed (3.6)for 81c vrm....must torture again @ 3.9 120 ref clock biggrin.gif

Forgot to ryzen master it to 3.9 i guess since bug does not allow multi adjust with ref clock.
Edited by chew* - 5/4/17 at 8:02pm
post #1544 of 1994
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

Taichi vrm temps video.

Worst case scenario no fans.

identical voltages used as were on K7 for comparisons sake.

https://youtu.be/MZh4ofYAo20

Next victim prime pro...till my "air end user support c6h" shows up.

My cold prepped C6H board is compromised for temp comparisons due to conformal coating...

Impressive VRM temps , my Titanium wouldn't be that cool without fans on the VRM heatsinks that's for sure.
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post #1545 of 1994
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He thinks i am an idiot for pushing a chip that sux that hard biggrin.gif

I think he was like. "What the hell is wrong with that equation. let me think about it" while the awsner was just in front of him...
teaching.gifsniper.gif
post #1546 of 1994
Okay, gonna update to 2.2.

Wish me luck - the sky is falling and my UPS battery is dead.
post #1547 of 1994
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Impressive VRM temps , my Titanium wouldn't be that cool without fans on the VRM heatsinks that's for sure.

Yah its not bad at all.

Im impartial in all this i know i have given the msi a hard time but mostly price based is my biggest gripe.

Gigabyte needs to step up there game or something. So far they are doing poorly temp wise.

The next round will surely be interesting...i may have to rma and get my gaming 5 back for my mainstream top 3 picks.

Will be very interesting to see biostar vs giga both having used IR vs the cheaper Asus using TI.
post #1548 of 1994
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Yah its not bad at all.

Im impartial in all this i know i have given the msi a hard time but mostly price based is my biggest gripe.

Gigabyte needs to step up there game or something. So far they are doing poorly temp wise.

The next round will surely be interesting...i may have to rma and get my gaming 5 back for my mainstream top 3 picks.

Will be very interesting to see biostar vs giga both having used IR vs the cheaper Asus using TI.

 

I'm very keen on your GT7 results. I've been very pleased with the board thus far, but it will be interesting to see what an experienced extreme overclocker thinks in unvarnished terms ( which we know you'll provide :P ).

 
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post #1549 of 1994
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ODT 53.3 i recommend as a baseline...up for cold...

Am4 training is normal been there all along. Just now you can change retry counts from 5 to 1 or more if you want to aggravate yourself

Peak protection specified motherboard temps 75c.

Some things i do you should not do.

I appreciate that.

Don't worry, while I am not extreme/experienced as you i've been doing that for time enough to know not to:

1- Fill my waterloop reservoir with Ice
2- Disable OCP and try suicide runs thinking it will work out because I don't feel like having suicidal tendencies.

My comments were concerning more the utility of those things to me.


By the way, how do you guys like my waterblock ?


post #1550 of 1994
are those swiftech blocks?
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