Overclock.net › Forums › AMD › AMD CPUs › [Official] RYZEN 7 1800X | 1700X |1700 Owners Club & 4GHz+ Club
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

[Official] RYZEN 7 1800X | 1700X |1700 Owners Club & 4GHz+ Club - Page 492

post #4911 of 11745
Quote:
Originally Posted by josephimports View Post

I just confirmed this as well. Not good at all. Hopefully future revisions correct this. Makes me wonder how accurate the GT7 and other boards are reading. rolleyes.gif

Asus CH6 Y-cruncher load
Hwinfo/AiSuite 1.373v
DMM 1.433v

I cant confirm this! Mine is reading fine. (with bios 0902 on CH6)

Cpu: 1800x
Memory: G Skill - F4-3200C14D-16GTZR

Round 1:

  • 4000Mhz
  • Pstates0
  • Vcore Offset + 0.125
  • 3200mhz Dram
  • Stable
  • LLC Level 3
  • On Load - Software read: 1.395v - 1.417v // DMM read: 1.417v - 1.423v


  • 4000Mhz
  • Pstates0
  • Vcore Offset + 0.125
  • 3200mhz Dram
  • No Stable
  • LLC Auto
  • On Load - Software read: 1.373v - 1.395v // DMM read: 1.373v - 1.376v


  • 4000Mhz
  • Pstates0
  • Vcore Offset + 0.125
  • 3200mhz Dram
  • No Stable
  • LLC Level 1
  • On Load - Software read: 1.373v - 1.395v // DMM read: 1.365v - 1.368v

  • Stock Settings
  • IDLE Max peaks to 1.570v
  • On Load - Software read: 1.286v - 1.308v // DMM read: 1.298v
post #4912 of 11745
What boards have the ability to do multimeter stuff? I know nothing about them, but I've always been curious.
post #4913 of 11745
It voids warranty but......hard wired behind socket I would trust more for dmm measurements.
post #4914 of 11745
Quote:
Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

I cant confirm this! Mine is reading fine. (with bios 0902 on CH6)

Cpu: 1800x
Memory: G Skill - F4-3200C14D-16GTZR

Round 1:

  • 4000Mhz
  • Pstates0
  • Vcore Offset + 0.125
  • 3200mhz Dram
  • Stable
  • LLC Level 3
  • On Load - Software read: 1.395v - 1.417v // DMM read: 1.417v - 1.423v


  • 4000Mhz
  • Pstates0
  • Vcore Offset + 0.125
  • 3200mhz Dram
  • No Stable
  • LLC Auto
  • On Load - Software read: 1.373v - 1.395v // DMM read: 1.373v - 1.376v


  • 4000Mhz
  • Pstates0
  • Vcore Offset + 0.125
  • 3200mhz Dram
  • No Stable
  • LLC Level 1
  • On Load - Software read: 1.373v - 1.395v // DMM read: 1.365v - 1.368v

  • Stock Settings
  • IDLE Max peaks to 1.570v
  • On Load - Software read: 1.286v - 1.308v // DMM read: 1.298v

Can you run AIDA64?
post #4915 of 11745
Quote:
Originally Posted by IRobot23 View Post

Can you run AIDA64?

Yeah on my stable profile for sure!.. (first result in test above)
post #4916 of 11745
Quote:
Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post

I like having headroom, i mean honestly lol. Its like people who look at peak temps on their CPU. Why do we do it? Because at higher temps youll thermal throttle, why do we look at peak wattage? So the psu doesnt turn off because of wattage being too high.

Nobody looks at avg temps or avg power usage, we all look at max so that we know it wont shut off or throttle.

The more head you get, the better time you'll have. wink.gif
post #4917 of 11745
Quote:
Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Yeah on my stable profile for sure!.. (first result in test above)
Only curious about L3 latency.
Could you make AIDA63 4+0 vs 2+2? With 3200MHz?
post #4918 of 11745
Quote:
Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by gtbtk View Post

PCIe 3 is not what it is cracked up to be. Docs say it will reduce it to PCIe 2 over about 105Mhz. However, a GTX1070 can still do a 21000+ graphics score on PCIe 2.0.

Try it and see how it effects your total performance

I was thinking more for my nvme 960 evo

thats a point

post #4919 of 11745
Quote:
Originally Posted by navjack27 View Post

What boards have the ability to do multimeter stuff? I know nothing about them, but I've always been curious.

The Hero has test points on the pcb edge near the 24 pin ATX connector. I don't know if any other boards have them labeled. It is fairly trivial to locate rails and grounds on a pcb. I don't know how much use a cheap multi-meter would be at any rate.
Yukikaze
(18 items)
 
   
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Phenom II X4 965 be MSI NF980-G65 MSI R9 280X (2x) G.Skill F3-12800CL9D-4GBRL 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
SSD DVD-RW 24x Custom water Windows 7 (build 7600) 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
B2230 Logitech G15 w/ LCD TPX-775M NZXT Phantom White 
MouseMouse PadAudioAudio
Logitech MX Revolution a black square SB X-Fi Titanium Sharkoon XTatic 
AudioOther
Logitech THX 5.1 Original G15 / Logitech G700 
CPUMotherboardCoolingCooling
AMD Ryzen 1800X Asus C6 Hero Water Air 
OSKeyboardPowerCase
Winblows 10 Logitech G15 TPX-775M NZXT Phantom "Original" 
MouseMouse PadAudioOther
G700 Generic Black Neoprene Supreme FX S1220 Onboard Aerocool Touch 2100 
OtherOther
Revoltec CCFL 30cm Twin UV Rev 2 Revoltec CCFL 30cm Twin UV Rev 1 
  hide details  
Reply
Yukikaze
(18 items)
 
   
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Phenom II X4 965 be MSI NF980-G65 MSI R9 280X (2x) G.Skill F3-12800CL9D-4GBRL 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
SSD DVD-RW 24x Custom water Windows 7 (build 7600) 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
B2230 Logitech G15 w/ LCD TPX-775M NZXT Phantom White 
MouseMouse PadAudioAudio
Logitech MX Revolution a black square SB X-Fi Titanium Sharkoon XTatic 
AudioOther
Logitech THX 5.1 Original G15 / Logitech G700 
CPUMotherboardCoolingCooling
AMD Ryzen 1800X Asus C6 Hero Water Air 
OSKeyboardPowerCase
Winblows 10 Logitech G15 TPX-775M NZXT Phantom "Original" 
MouseMouse PadAudioOther
G700 Generic Black Neoprene Supreme FX S1220 Onboard Aerocool Touch 2100 
OtherOther
Revoltec CCFL 30cm Twin UV Rev 2 Revoltec CCFL 30cm Twin UV Rev 1 
  hide details  
Reply
post #4920 of 11745
Quote:
Originally Posted by Z0eff View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by yetta View Post

The 16, 32, 48 core cpu's from what I remember reading will be using some stacking technology, where is stacks the cores on top of each other, there was also mention of server mobos with a longer CPU slot, such as two cpu's next to each other in one. I am uncertain of it, as this was from the article from four years ago and ZEN was just starting. We may only see something like this another 2 years from now.

Stacking CPU dies sounds like a really bad idea temperature wise...

They are doing that exact same thing now. 8 core = 2 x 4 core CCX modules.

 

The whole point of this architecture, and the reason what there is some head scratching going on now, is that Zen is a modular architecture that allows AMD to add in extra modules to create a new sku with more cores without having to go back to a clean sheet of paper for the design.

 

The Switching and gaming performance anomalies are all down to the Data Fabric, that connects it all and is the foundation for everything, not being fully understood and doing unexpected things. 

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: AMD CPUs
Overclock.net › Forums › AMD › AMD CPUs › [Official] RYZEN 7 1800X | 1700X |1700 Owners Club & 4GHz+ Club