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post #931 of 1123
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Here's the link to latest download of CPU-Z MSI version:
http://www.cpuid.com/downloads/cpu-z/cpu-z_1.79-msi-en.exe
AMD Ryzen 7 x versions used to have a temperature 20 degree C reporting offset! This should have been fixed, which means that you really do not have the latest bios updates, make sure.

The 1.79 version of cpu-z is seriously flawed with Ryzen.Run the benchmarks for single thread and multithread.The results will be less than 25% of what they should be.I emailed them about it and they have failed to respond. I know the website has ads from Intel and I believe they screwed up the software on purpose. Notice that their page with their benchmark results does NOT list any Ryzen results where wRyzen has clearly kicked Intel's ass with version 1.783 now in v 1.79 Ryzen's results drop so low it is an obvious hack job.
post #932 of 1123
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I'd uninstall cpuz and re-download the newest version.

custs==
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I'd uninstall cpuz and re-download the newest version.



I would NOT recommend that anyone update cpu-z. The latest version screws Ryzen users. It cuts both single thread and multithread performance by over 75%. I emailed CPUID about this and have yet to receive any response from them.
balanced power plan?
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post #933 of 1123
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balanced power plan?

I went to their website today and they wrote a long-winded explanation for the poor performance of Ryzen in the 1.79 version. They say the old version of cpu-z was unnaturally affected by the ALU units in Ryzen. They said that few if any applications would be influenced in that way, so they had to rewrite the code so as to ignore that particular phenomena. They also changed the algorithm in the program so the scores would be at a lower point for all cpus. They promise to post comparative Ryzen and Intel benchmark scores from the validated scores submitted with new version 1.79 later this week.
I can't say yet if I believe them. I guess we will see where the chips fall when we see the comparatives. I am very suspicious about all this. I KNOW Intel advertises on their site.
Edited by os2wiz - 5/3/17 at 9:08am
post #934 of 1123
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The temps from Ryzen Master are the correct ones. As I mentioned earlier, AMD has 20 degrees offset reported on other tools. Stupid, but that is what it is.
So obviously you have no issue with real temperature.
What else is troubling you?

the motherboard information and the model is not appear on cpu-z on the motherboard tab, and on aida64, it said, unknown manufacturer, even though, i've updated everything to the newest ones.
it's bugging me...and zpu-z always crash after detection complete, unless i set the DMI value to "0" on the cpu-z.ini file.
Edited by javamocha - 5/3/17 at 9:30am
post #935 of 1123
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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

balanced power plan?

I went to their website today and they wrote a long-winded explanation for the poor performance of Ryzen in the 1.79 version. They say the old version of cpu-z was unnaturally affected by the ALU units in Ryzen. They said that few if any applications would be influenced in that way, so they had to rewrite the code so as to ignore that particular phenomena. They also changed the algorithm in the program so the scores would be at a lower point for all cpus. They promise to post comparative Ryzen and Intel benchmark scores from the validated scores submitted with new version 1.79 later this week.
I can't say yet if I believe them. I guess we will see where the chips fall when we see the comparatives. I am very suspicious about all this. I KNOW Intel advertises on their site.
interesting, thanks for the info. Cinebench and futuremark next? Lol
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Ryzen 1800X @ 4125mhz 1.432 Volts MSI X370 Titanium   Fury  G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin... 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 850 pro Hp 1260 I liquid unobtanium Koolance 480mm radiator, 39... Win 7 HP/Winspy 10 64bit 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Ryzen 1800X @ 4125mhz 1.432 Volts MSI X370 Titanium   Fury  G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin... 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 850 pro Hp 1260 I liquid unobtanium Koolance 480mm radiator, 39... Win 7 HP/Winspy 10 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
24" hp @ 1900x1200 Logitech G19 PC power and cooling 910 watt silencer Thermaltake P5 
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post #936 of 1123
Well at least they knocked the Intel scores down too,
Ryzen Shine!
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Ryzen 1800X @ 4125mhz 1.432 Volts MSI X370 Titanium   Fury  G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin... 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 850 pro Hp 1260 I liquid unobtanium Koolance 480mm radiator, 39... Win 7 HP/Winspy 10 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
24" hp @ 1900x1200 Logitech G19 PC power and cooling 910 watt silencer Thermaltake P5 
MouseMouse Pad
Logitech MX 518 fUnc industries 
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Ryzen Shine!
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Ryzen 1800X @ 4125mhz 1.432 Volts MSI X370 Titanium   Fury  G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin... 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 850 pro Hp 1260 I liquid unobtanium Koolance 480mm radiator, 39... Win 7 HP/Winspy 10 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
24" hp @ 1900x1200 Logitech G19 PC power and cooling 910 watt silencer Thermaltake P5 
MouseMouse Pad
Logitech MX 518 fUnc industries 
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post #937 of 1123
I has a question. I bought new RAM that's running at rated, but my CB scores only moved up a little. Old was 1700X @ 3.9, 1.3875v LLC5 2X16Gb 2400C12 G.Skill. The new RAM is 2x8gb 3600C16 running at 3200C14 G.Skill. Stable at 3200. CB Score went from 1690 give or take to 1700. Multiple boots/runs, those scores seem to be where it's sitting, is that in line with others? I was under the impression that the bigger RAM bandwidth would make a nice gain from increasing the infinity fabric or what not. Big jump from 2400 to 3200, slight increase in CL. 1.5 bios.
Edited by Jossrik - 5/3/17 at 9:38pm
post #938 of 1123
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I has a question. I bought new RAM that's running at rated, but my CB scores only moved up a little. Old was 1700X @ 3.9, 1.3875v LLC5 2X16Gb 2400C12 G.Skill. The new RAM is 2x8gb 3600C16 running at 3200C14 G.Skill. Stable at 3200. CB Score went from 1690 give or take to 1700. Multiple boots/runs, those scores seem to be where it's sitting, is that in line with others? I was under the impression that the bigger RAM bandwidth would make a nice gain from increasing the infinity fabric or what not. Big jump from 2400 to 3200, slight increase in CL. 1.5 bios.

From what I saw in online reviews, the gain is noticeable in gaming rather than productivity.
post #939 of 1123
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Originally Posted by javamocha View Post

the motherboard information and the model is not appear on cpu-z on the motherboard tab, and on aida64, it said, unknown manufacturer, even though, i've updated everything to the newest ones.
it's bugging me...and zpu-z always crash after detection complete, unless i set the DMI value to "0" on the cpu-z.ini file.

Take a screen capture and return the motherboard back to reseller.
As it seems that there is something wrong with your sensors.
I am sorry that I can't be of more help at this point.
post #940 of 1123
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Originally Posted by Jossrik View Post

I has a question. I bought new RAM that's running at rated, but my CB scores only moved up a little. Old was 1700X @ 3.9, 1.3875v LLC5 2X16Gb 2400C12 G.Skill. The new RAM is 2x8gb 3600C16 running at 3200C14 G.Skill. Stable at 3200. CB Score went from 1690 give or take to 1700. Multiple boots/runs, those scores seem to be where it's sitting, is that in line with others? I was under the impression that the bigger RAM bandwidth would make a nice gain from increasing the infinity fabric or what not. Big jump from 2400 to 3200, slight increase in CL. 1.5 bios.

Your looking at the wrong score! You should examine the Open GL score where ram speed is important not the cpu score.
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