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post #10611 of 11654
My test
Win Silicon Lottery : D
Ryzen 1700 Occt + Cpu Linpack + Avx + stress 4025mhz 1.36v
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rD1LCV85OfU
post #10612 of 11654
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ive been very busy with work lately so i haven got the time to study this new cpu´s iam in need of a new machine my 3770k needs to be replaced i was running it at 4.5 what ryzen do i need to buy to get about the same performance level ??

Unfortunatey all of the early review data out there, which still outnumbers recent reviews by a wide margin tends to pop up first, Things have changed since launch but it's annoying to dig through.

R5 reviews have the possible advantage of all 6 weeks worth of updates.

I'd suggest Tom's hardware review here for some more recent performance metrics, including gaming and production benchmarks

No 3770k in their testing but you'd know best how your particular machine fares against the numbers right now as opposed to some older test results that don't match your rig.
post #10613 of 11654

What kind of temps are you guys getting? I have a Corsair H60 for my Ryzen setup, with a 3.7Ghz OC on stock voltages.  I often get idle temps in the mid 40's.  This is actually the first time I've used a watercooling setup, so I may just be have skewed expectations.  Attached a snapshot of HWMonitor if it helps at all.

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post #10614 of 11654
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Originally Posted by maxmix65 View Post

My test
Win Silicon Lottery : D
Ryzen 1700 Occt + Cpu Linpack + Avx + stress 4025mhz 1.36v
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rD1LCV85OfU

Something is not right about this. I duplicated your test data @ 1.4v but 3925Mhz

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Also we have near identical boards (Gaming 5 vs Gaming K7)


Wait. How the hell do you have 2T Command Rate?!
Edited by Secret Dragoon - 4/29/17 at 11:49am
post #10615 of 11654
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Originally Posted by Secret Dragoon View Post

Something is not right about this. I duplicated your test data @ 1.4v but 3925Mhz

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Also we have near identical boards (Gaming 5 vs Gaming K7)


Wait. How the hell do you have 2T Command Rate?!

Four high-speed fans on the Corsair h90
Fans on MOSFET
you can try

ddr4 Gskill 16-16-16 3200mhz (only 2666mhz on test)
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Edited by maxmix65 - 4/29/17 at 12:12pm
post #10616 of 11654
You have one hell of a magic chip then. I've replicated your voltages exactly based on your HWiNFO data and I can't get 33% more power draw on the CPU at lower speeds.

If I could figure out how you have 2T RAM tho.
post #10617 of 11654
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Originally Posted by Playapplepie View Post

What kind of temps are you guys getting? I have a Corsair H60 for my Ryzen setup, with a 3.7Ghz OC on stock voltages.  I often get idle temps in the mid 40's.  This is actually the first time I've used a watercooling setup, so I may just be have skewed expectations.  Attached a snapshot of HWMonitor if it helps at all.

Check for tctl temp if hwmonitor shows it separately.

motherboard chips report slightly different numbers .sometimes wildly different. tctl is closer to accurate. it's the cpu's on die report. for non x chips it's not screwy.

idling on air I'm sitting at ~43 with only the stock fan at 1k rpm. probably would push that up if it were in a case.. open air kinda invalidates temp comparisons.
post #10618 of 11654
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Originally Posted by Secret Dragoon View Post

You have one hell of a magic chip then. I've replicated your voltages exactly based on your HWiNFO data and I can't get 33% more power draw on the CPU at lower speeds.

If I could figure out how you have 2T RAM tho.

different bios versions. at a guess.
post #10619 of 11654
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Originally Posted by Secret Dragoon View Post

You have one hell of a magic chip then. I've replicated your voltages exactly based on your HWiNFO data and I can't get 33% more power draw on the CPU at lower speeds.

If I could figure out how you have 2T RAM tho.
http://gskill.com/en/product/f4-3200c16d-16gvk

Max 2666mhz

Next week amazon sends 3200mhz cl14 :pollice:
post #10620 of 11654

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This event is truly a GLOBAL battle with you team OCN going up against many teams from across the world and while we put in a good showing at last year’s event by finishing 6th, we could do with a lot more CPU/GPU compute power, especially CPU POWER.  All you need to do is sign up and crunch on any available hardware that you can spare.

 

The cool thing about this event is that it spread over 5 disciplines over varying lengths of time (different projects) so there is a lot of strategy/tactics involved.

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