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the auto llc is really quit good on the MSI carbon,i never seen it droop yet on any voltage I have played.
    
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Hey everyone, new to the forums and new to AMD, in fact fairly new to PC building in general at the ripe age of 42 smile.gif I built my first PC almost 5 years ago, an i7 4770k which I still have and last year built my son a budget gaming computer using an i3 6300.

I had planned on getting Ryzen since I was planning on upgrading soon so I waited, and waited, and waited until the release. Then waited some more for reviews and benchmarks. Just last week I got my 1700 and CH6 and so far I've been very happy with my set up. I'm still learning how to overclock and tweak things in Bios so I've spent a few hours a day, reading, watching videos and learning. I mainly use my computer for content creation using programs like Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator and in the past I did some 3D modelling and I hope to get back to it. I'm a mild gamer currently but I was big on console gaming since I was a kid, always like RPG and strategy games but every now and then I enjoy some shoot'em up and sports games.

So far I have the 1700 at 3.8Ghz at 1.3v later changed to offset once I ran stability tests. Idle temps are looking good on both Aida64 and HWMonitor usually around 25-30c and at load I've only seen it around 40's however I do have Sense MI enabled, I've been reading with this off that the true temps are displayed which increase idle and load between 5-10c which I can live with.

I'm still waiting for a few sleeved cables and I hope to get Vega If and when it comes out, I almost pulled the trigger on a GTX1070 but I think I can hold out a couple more months. I will be posting a build log later today or tomorrow for anyone interested smile.gif

Looking forward to being part of this community and learning from you all.

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Hey everyone, new to the forums and new to AMD, in fact fairly new to PC building in general at the ripe age of 42 smile.gif I built my first PC almost 5 years ago, an i7 4770k which I still have and last year built my son a budget gaming computer using an i3 6300.

I had planned on getting Ryzen since I was planning on upgrading soon so I waited, and waited, and waited until the release. Then waited some more for reviews and bench marks. Just last week I got my 1700 and CH6 and so far I've been very happy with my set up. I'm still learning how to overclock and tweak things in Bios so I've spent a few hours a day, reading, watching videos and learning. I mainly use my computer for content creation using programs like Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator and in the past I did some 3D modelling and I hope to get back to it. I'm a mild gamer currently but I was big on console gaming since I was a kid, always like RPG and strategy games but every now and then I enjoy some shoot'em up and sports games.

So far I have the 1700 at 3.8Ghz at 1.3v later changed to offset once I ran stability tests. Memory is at 3200Mhz using G.Skill Flare X 14-14-14-34, haven't had any major issues so far. Idle temps are looking good on both Aida64 and HWMonitor usually around 25-30c and at load I've only seen it around 40's however I do have Sense MI enabled, I've been reading with this off that the true temps are displayed which increase idle and load between 5-10c which I can live with.

I'm still waiting for a few sleeved cables and I hope to get Vega If and when it comes out, I almost pulled the trigger on a GTX1070 but I think I can hold out a couple more months. I will be posting a build log later today or tomorrow for anyone interested smile.gif

Looking forward to being part of this community and learning from you all.

AMD Ryzen 1700
Asus Crosshair Hero VI
G.Skill Flare X 16BG (will add 32gb more soon)
GTX 1060 3BG (Waiting for Vega!)
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Corsair 460X RGB


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NVM, found it as a separate package in the installer.
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Hey everyone, new to the forums and new to AMD, in fact fairly new to PC building in general at the ripe age of 42 smile.gif I built my first PC almost 5 years ago, an i7 4770k which I still have and last year built my son a budget gaming computer using an i3 6300.

I had planned on getting Ryzen since I was planning on upgrading soon so I waited, and waited, and waited until the release. Then waited some more for reviews and bench marks. Just last week I got my 1700 and CH6 and so far I've been very happy with my set up. I'm still learning how to overclock and tweak things in Bios so I've spent a few hours a day, reading, watching videos and learning. I mainly use my computer for content creation using programs like Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator and in the past I did some 3D modelling and I hope to get back to it. I'm a mild gamer currently but I was big on console gaming since I was a kid, always like RPG and strategy games but every now and then I enjoy some shoot'em up and sports games.

So far I have the 1700 at 3.8Ghz at 1.3v later changed to offset once I ran stability tests. Memory is at 3200Mhz using G.Skill Flare X 14-14-14-34, haven't had any major issues so far. Idle temps are looking good on both Aida64 and HWMonitor usually around 25-30c and at load I've only seen it around 40's however I do have Sense MI enabled, I've been reading with this off that the true temps are displayed which increase idle and load between 5-10c which I can live with.

I'm still waiting for a few sleeved cables and I hope to get Vega If and when it comes out, I almost pulled the trigger on a GTX1070 but I think I can hold out a couple more months. I will be posting a build log later today or tomorrow for anyone interested smile.gif

Looking forward to being part of this community and learning from you all.

AMD Ryzen 1700
Asus Crosshair Hero VI
G.Skill Flare X 16BG (will add 32gb more soon)
GTX 1060 3BG (Waiting for Vega!)
Corsair H80i V2
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Welcome to the OCN community! That is a nice solid build you have going on there, and that Ryzen shot is amazing!

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Anyone can do a 4.0GHz test with wprime32? I have 3.850sec
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Drop AS5 from your standard TIM choice. Even if you already own it. There are plenty of better TIM on the market that don't have an 8 day burn in time requiring flogging your system to get it burnt in. G751 is just as good and requires no burn in time. But my standby is now old and I only go to that in a pinch when I am out of other more effective TIM. Shoot I have a really large tube of Ceramique and only use that stuff for mounting washers during block mounting to keep them in place when fiddling with plastic washers is not my idea of a good time. Believe it or not, some people like Ceramique as a TIM still.

I recommend Grizzly Hydronaut. It's pretty good and I suspect that you may notice ~3° drop over what you have now. smile.gif

I always replace stock TIM. I ran G751 on my h50 setup when I got that. But now I would run Hydronaut, unless I am out. biggrin.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I assume you meant Grizzly Kryonaut, it is their top paste for overclockers, Hydronaut is one notch below.
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I assume you meant Grizzly Kryonaut, it is their top paste for overclockers, Hydronaut is one notch below.

kryonaut should drops more than 3C i guess?..

anyway, does such metal thing will void the chip's warranty?.. cuz i've read somewhere that those liquids would leave some stain and even make the marking unreadable
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Welcome to the OCN community! That is a nice solid build you have going on there, and that Ryzen shot is amazing!

Thanks for the warm welcome smile.gif I had planned to take more unboxing pictures but I got too excited hahaha! When my other cables come I have to take everything apart anyway and re-arrange the cable management so I'll take more pictures then. Other than the graphics card and needing one more bigger SSD I'm pretty set with my set up for now.
    
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Thanks for the warm welcome smile.gif I had planned to take more unboxing pictures but I got too excited hahaha! When my other cables come I have to take everything apart anyway and re-arrange the cable management so I'll take more pictures then. Other than the graphics card and needing one more bigger SSD I'm pretty set with my set up for now.

Make sure to have a look at the Crosshair VI and gups Ryzen Essentials threads, lots of info to be found! wink.gif
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