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As I linked above, people are getting that ram to run at 3200. As to tv's ready I can't help much sorry, still learning my chip
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Originally Posted by samsoundguy View Post

OK I have

MSI X370 xpower gaming titanium
R7 1800x Ryzen
G.Skills Tridentz DDR4 F4 3200c16Q 32GTZB - 32GB Ram running @ 2400
1500watt PSU
samsung 960 evo 500gb M2
thermaltake water 3.0 ultimate 360mm with 6 noctua nf-f12 in push pull
R9 295x2 + R9 290X in crossfile

just upgraded from air cooler to water cooling AIO

idle temp 32
load temp 56.00
Prime95

upgraded bios 1.4 official

Here is my question

Has any one overclocked CPU to 4.0Ghz with 1800x and this motherboard, If so what CPU voltage and LLC did you use

did you have to use any additional setting?

If not 4.0Ghz then 3.9Ghz

I think I will have to wait some time for 32GB ram to over clock higher than 2400

Any information would be helpful that could point me in the right direction

thank you!

I guess my question is what settings with the 1800x are working LLC (Load Line calibration )

I know somebody on this forum has gotten the 1800x to 4Ghz on water cooling what voltage did you use with LLC temp for me are not so much a problem

Actually any bios setting for overclocking the processor would be useful even 3.9Ghz.

Thank you! any help is much appreciated

This is for my 1700 on the msi board. All cpus require different voltages for clocks.

3.9ghz
1.32v core voltage with llc on auto
Ram 16gb 3000mhz team group
This was stable for me. Temps of 48 to 50c

4.0ghz
1.4core voltage
NB voltage 1.15
Llc on auto
3000mhz 16gb team group
This was stable too though temps reaching around 60c now

All temps are at 100% usage with AIDA64 ryzen patch

Reason for auto llc is I just havent had the time to mess with it yet.
Edited by techen - 4/14/17 at 1:51am
post #653 of 1116
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o.0
Umm the last one is 64gb, that would be 4x16.

Fyi 16gb sticks are harder to push then 8gb sticks. As 8 is harder then 4, and 4 harder then 2..... ect

Oh really? Look again:
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2 sticks are still easier to push than 4.
post #654 of 1116
There seems to be little difference between 1.45 beta and 1.40 final, same results so far regarding improvements to ram compatibility. It is rather strange how the a-xmp profiles work and sometimes don't. I need more time to test things and see why CPU overclock with higher speed memory is such an issue right now. Perhaps there is some odd settings to get right.
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There seems to be little difference between 1.45 beta and 1.40 final, same results so far regarding improvements to ram compatibility. It is rather strange how the a-xmp profiles work and sometimes don't. I need more time to test things and see why CPU overclock with higher speed memory is such an issue right now. Perhaps there is some odd settings to get right.

You will almost certainly need to bump the NB voltage.

What I saw when running AIDA64 is the CPU cores would would drop, indicating a voltage drop there. With the integrated IMC, higher speed memory puts more strain on the CPU itself. What I haven't worked out is whether simply focusing on the NB (maybe via LLC tweaks) will solve the issue, or of CPU core voltage needs to be tweaked. Infinity Fabric speed is directly related to memory speed. I don't know if the NB provides the voltage for that or if CPU core does...
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Heard from Chew that no more than 1.05v is needed for SOC/NB when running high speed ram, whether IMC of cpu is any good with a combination of max OC and high ram speed will vary from cpu tpo cpu I suppose....more play time guys.

Oh MSI Titanium is in cupboard for the moment while I play with Taichi biggrin.gifwink.gif

Will give the Taichi + 1700 to wifey when Titanium's period of disgrace is over smile.gif
Edited by lowdog - 4/14/17 at 5:01am
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Heard from Chew that no more than 1.05v is needed for SOC/NB when running high speed ram, whether IMC of cpu is any good with a combination of max OC and high ram speed will vary from cpu tpo cpu I suppose....more play time guys.

Oh MSI Titanium is in cupboard for the moment while I play with Taichi biggrin.gifwink.gif

Will give the Taichi + 1700 to wifey when Titanium's period of disgrace is over smile.gif

That is interesting. The official overclocking guide released by AMD, section 5.1.5 gives an example of overclocking memory just up to 2666 and notes upping SOC voltage to 1.20v, which makes me wonder why AMD would bother with such a reference it if isn't required...

https://www.amd.com/system/files/2017-03/AMD-Ryzen-Processor-and-AMD-Ryzen-Master-Overclocking-Users-Guide.pdf

(I am NOT saying 1.20v is necessary, just that the example seems to indicate that AMD expects higher voltages will be needed)
Edited by TheOldTechGuru - 4/14/17 at 5:14am
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OK I have

MSI X370 xpower gaming titanium
R7 1800x Ryzen
G.Skills Tridentz DDR4 F4 3200c16Q 32GTZB - 32GB Ram running @ 2400
1500watt PSU
samsung 960 evo 500gb M2
thermaltake water 3.0 ultimate 360mm with 6 noctua nf-f12 in push pull
R9 295x2 + R9 290X in crossfile

just upgraded from air cooler to water cooling AIO

idle temp 32
load temp 56.00
Prime95

upgraded bios 1.4 official

Here is my question

Has any one overclocked CPU to 4.0Ghz with 1800x and this motherboard, If so what CPU voltage and LLC did you use

did you have to use any additional setting?

If not 4.0Ghz then 3.9Ghz

I think I will have to wait some time for 32GB ram to over clock higher than 2400

Any information would be helpful that could point me in the right direction

thank you!

I guess my question is what settings with the 1800x are working LLC (Load Line calibration )

I know somebody on this forum has gotten the 1800x to 4Ghz on water cooling what voltage did you use with LLC temp for me are not so much a problem

Actually any bios setting for overclocking the processor would be useful even 3.9Ghz.

Thank you! any help is much appreciated

Everyone running 4+ ghz has posted our settings multiple times each. Spend a few minutes doing some looking and you will get the answer you want.
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OK I have

MSI X370 xpower gaming titanium
R7 1800x Ryzen
G.Skills Tridentz DDR4 F4 3200c16Q 32GTZB - 32GB Ram running @ 2400
1500watt PSU
samsung 960 evo 500gb M2
thermaltake water 3.0 ultimate 360mm with 6 noctua nf-f12 in push pull
R9 295x2 + R9 290X in crossfile

just upgraded from air cooler to water cooling AIO

idle temp 32
load temp 56.00
Prime95

upgraded bios 1.4 official

Here is my question

Has any one overclocked CPU to 4.0Ghz with 1800x and this motherboard, If so what CPU voltage and LLC did you use

did you have to use any additional setting?

If not 4.0Ghz then 3.9Ghz

I think I will have to wait some time for 32GB ram to over clock higher than 2400

Any information would be helpful that could point me in the right direction

thank you!

I guess my question is what settings with the 1800x are working LLC (Load Line calibration )

I know somebody on this forum has gotten the 1800x to 4Ghz on water cooling what voltage did you use with LLC temp for me are not so much a problem

Actually any bios setting for overclocking the processor would be useful even 3.9Ghz.

Thank you! any help is much appreciated


HI.

I ran my 1800x at 4.1Ghz for over a week without trouble on the MSI x370
Just using more volts. (custom water loop)
My understanding is that this is lucky on my part as most have trouble hitting 4.0 and find 3.8 to be the safest OC at this time.
During this time my idle was at 50c and load ran at 75c (corrected for the 20c offset)
when running at 3.7 it would idle at 1-2c above ambient and hit 10c above ambient under load

I was never able to get my 3600Ghz rated G-skill kit over 2400 on the MSI but easily hit 3600Ghz on the ASUS crosshair (select XMP and done)
post #660 of 1116
Bios 1.4 made a big improvement on bios 1.3, more stability and even get my memory to 2667 Mhz stable. The boot time is finally normal too. A few more bios updates and this board will rock.
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