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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.

I think this may be interesting for you:
https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/new-cpu-z-upgrade-lowers-ryzen-performance.html
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I think this may be interesting for you:
https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/new-cpu-z-upgrade-lowers-ryzen-performance.html

Not fishy at all....
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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.

why, that would be a software error, not likely a hardware error ?
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why, that would be a software error, not likely a hardware error ?
I think when various software are not posting readings specifically on his machine, then it is a sensors problem. But what do I know, I noted that my help is limited and just gave him an advice.
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I think this may be interesting for you:
https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/new-cpu-z-upgrade-lowers-ryzen-performance.html

Thanksfor the reference.BY ccsorgngman's test on 6950X vs Ryzen 1800X it seemsto be a reasonable recalibration of their benchmark. Neutral to be accurate. I am still waiting for cpu IC to release their comparitive benchmarks of users both Ryzen and Intel's best. When it ispublished it will only help Ryzen sales as we are super competitive with Kaby Lake on down.
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Does anyone know how to load a Ryzen Master profile at Windows startup, or how to save it permanently or something?
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Does anyone know how to load a Ryzen Master profile at Windows startup, or how to save it permanently or something?


Yes, enter those values in bios biggrin.gif

lol sorry, it's just that I really don't care for Ryzen master myself.
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Just did some playing around, and here's what I found. RAM speed isn't all you need to look at. Tested my old Kit and my new Kit, benchies as follows.
G.Skill 3200C15 2X16Gb, double sided.
G.Skill 3600C16 2X8gb, single sided.
Also, this may be the difference between the sizes of the kits, so more testing definitely in the works.

FPS with the 3200C15 2X16Gb kit @ 2400C12 gave me around 110 FPS pretty stably, give or take a half frame or so, this is with CB.
FPS with the 3600C16 2X8Gb kit @ 3200C13 gave me around 118 FPS, give or take a half a frame.
FPA with the 3600C16 2X8Gb kit @ 2400C12 gave me around 101 FPS.

only thing I changed was my memory numbers. With my unskilled ears, it looks like dual ranked RAM gives a modest performance boost over single sided. Can't wait for MSI to get their RAMmings down so I can run my 32Gb kit in there and see if that's even better than the 16Gb kit. The rest of my system is a Samsung 960 Evo M.2, 1300W EVGA G2, Asus Strix 470, 1700X. The 1700X is @ 3.9W/1.3825v. LLC5. Of course, my few tests don't mean anything, but maybe something to keep in mind when you're upgrading RAM in the future, or putting a system together for your parents or whatnot.
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Just did some playing around, and here's what I found. RAM speed isn't all you need to look at. Tested my old Kit and my new Kit, benchies as follows.
G.Skill 3200C15 2X16Gb, double sided.
G.Skill 3600C16 2X8gb, single sided.
Also, this may be the difference between the sizes of the kits, so more testing definitely in the works.

FPS with the 3200C15 2X16Gb kit @ 2400C12 gave me around 110 FPS pretty stably, give or take a half frame or so, this is with CB.
FPS with the 3600C16 2X8Gb kit @ 3200C13 gave me around 118 FPS, give or take a half a frame.
FPA with the 3600C16 2X8Gb kit @ 2400C12 gave me around 101 FPS.

only thing I changed was my memory numbers. With my unskilled ears, it looks like dual ranked RAM gives a modest performance boost over single sided. Can't wait for MSI to get their RAMmings down so I can run my 32Gb kit in there and see if that's even better than the 16Gb kit. The rest of my system is a Samsung 960 Evo M.2, 1300W EVGA G2, Asus Strix 470, 1700X. The 1700X is @ 3.9W/1.3825v. LLC5. Of course, my few tests don't mean anything, but maybe something to keep in mind when you're upgrading RAM in the future, or putting a system together for your parents or whatnot.
Dual ranked ram is usually slower than single ranked in the real world.This is not a good test of what actually happens in most games and applications.
Edited by os2wiz - 5/5/17 at 5:59am
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Just did some playing around, and here's what I found. RAM speed isn't all you need to look at. Tested my old Kit and my new Kit, benchies as follows.
G.Skill 3200C15 2X16Gb, double sided.
G.Skill 3600C16 2X8gb, single sided.
Also, this may be the difference between the sizes of the kits, so more testing definitely in the works.

FPS with the 3200C15 2X16Gb kit @ 2400C12 gave me around 110 FPS pretty stably, give or take a half frame or so, this is with CB.
FPS with the 3600C16 2X8Gb kit @ 3200C13 gave me around 118 FPS, give or take a half a frame.
FPA with the 3600C16 2X8Gb kit @ 2400C12 gave me around 101 FPS.

only thing I changed was my memory numbers. With my unskilled ears, it looks like dual ranked RAM gives a modest performance boost over single sided. Can't wait for MSI to get their RAMmings down so I can run my 32Gb kit in there and see if that's even better than the 16Gb kit. The rest of my system is a Samsung 960 Evo M.2, 1300W EVGA G2, Asus Strix 470, 1700X. The 1700X is @ 3.9W/1.3825v. LLC5. Of course, my few tests don't mean anything, but maybe something to keep in mind when you're upgrading RAM in the future, or putting a system together for your parents or whatnot.


A benchmark that should reflect the differences in gaming performance would be futuremark's API feature test. On the FX platform I would get close to 15% higher scores going from cl6 1600 to cl 12 2400. ( draw calls)
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