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Linuxoids and linuxians rejoice, AMD released C++ compiler with Fortran plugin for Ryzen.
http://developer.amd.com/tools-and-sdks/cpu-development/amd-optimizing-cc-compiler/

no trace of AMD Generic Encapsulated Software Architecture 1.0.0.5 on their site though; guess they are preoccupied with Naples release
some info on Family 17h in the meantime: https://support.amd.com/TechDocs/54945_PPR_Family_17h_Models_00h-0Fh.pdf
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Originally Posted by bck000 View Post

Just started my new 1700 build. Does anyone have a good recommendation on cpu cooler for under $50? I read the stock cooler can get me to 3.5ghz with no issues but I would like to get into the .8-.9 range.

This is my parts list for this build. Only thing I have not ordered is the ssd, which I am going to change to a Samsung, and the GPU which I am going to wait till Vega comes out next month.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/d7GBd6

Stock cooler can work at the clocks you're looking for there. Higher speeds/voltage mileage varies.
post #10803 of 11748
But not the same performance.

We are bus clocking for a reason.

check cpu-z tras at 2666 strap and 3200 strap.

Then ask....what other timings changed that you can't see.

seeing is believing........

Since most don"t realize how much it actually makes a difference....

3 runs same tweaks same speeds. Stock, realistic ref clock, excessive ref clock.

Stock. cas latency i could not fix at this divider....at best its worth 2 seconds but you cant run it....so thats another reason to ref clock at lower dividers. Was set 11 in bios..
4.6%201333%20100%20ref_zpsriukn358.jpg

Realistic ref clock
4.6%201333%20125%20ref_zps72bh4mnk.jpg

Excessive ref clock and really not worth the gains over a moderate ref clock.
4.6%201333%20142%20ref_zpszuvdxs8v.jpg


Now if cas latency is worth 2 seconds...that puts first run @ 7:58.

Still a 5 second gap..that is a rather large gain and absolutely would have realworld application impact.

If you notice each strap i went lower trc dropped and that is just what we can see wink.gif
Edited by chew* - 5/4/17 at 2:09pm
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@chew*

You can see more timings if you look in Motherboard > Chipset in AIDA

post #10805 of 11748
Theres a few ways to look but there are quite a bit we can not see.

That was @ 2666 due to coldbug.

3200 on air gains are even greater as the cpu is not as bottle necked it stretches its legs more.
post #10806 of 11748
3600 how to on giga K7. Benching purposes only unless you have a golden imc...

https://youtu.be/smjIH-FbW0o
post #10807 of 11748
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

3600 how to on giga K7. Benching purposes only unless you have a golden imc...

https://youtu.be/smjIH-FbW0o

Dude you need to refrain from smoking. biggrin.gif
post #10808 of 11748
Noted but you only live once.
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kidding. thumb.gif

I get that a lot of times myself. I thought about quitting when the baby came out. But I could only resist it for so long.
post #10810 of 11748
Smoking what.... tongue.gif
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