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Lots of people hitting 3200 on the ch6 after the latest beta bios. Elmor has a 1t and 2t for testing out. Bunch of people have gone to 3200 on it. I'm trying mine tomorrow and should be able to hit 3200 using xmpor manual timing.

My Trident-Z CL14 3000MHz 16GB set works as 3200 perfectly stable. Using a C6H, I literally just selected 3200 from a drop down menu. Timings remained as tight.
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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. 

Having 2 separate 'islands' of 4 cores is vastly different from having 2 stacked dies, and not what we're talking about though.
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Ahh alrighty, sounds good. I'm just sitting at 3.6 right now, even with being at 18c ambient, I don't trust these temp readings right now, and I'd rather put it on water but with no brackets atm. Well surely let me know what pins you do find appropriate on this board.

 

Cheers, will do. I'll have much more certainty after I've peeled off this tower cooler. I'm hopeful I'll find something a bit more representative for the load voltages.

 
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Just found out that AMD will be releasing a plugin for their ProRender renderer for Blender, this will hopefully be an alternative to Cycles which favors CUDA. So we might see some sweet AMD OpenCL speed in the future. For now LuxRender seems to be a viable option.
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Having 2 separate 'islands' of 4 cores is vastly different from having 2 stacked dies, and not what we're talking about though.

These CPU's do confuse me a bit, especially with the 16 core + configs to come. A modular/stacked approach makes sense in some way, since AMD wants to support AM4 for a long time and also have different type CPU's/APU's work with it.
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My Trident-Z CL14 3000MHz 16GB set works as 3200 perfectly stable. Using a C6H, I literally just selected 3200 from a drop down menu. Timings remained as tight.

Not for me, sadly. Doesn't even post at 3200. F9 Q-Code error. Works fine at 2933, so I'm OK with that for now.

Although, if you didn't change the timings yourself it'll now be running at CAS 16 as 15 is an odd number.

I've not actually tried mine at CAS 16 yet...
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if the r7 has 2x 4ccx and the r5 has 2x 3 ccx, would that mean there different cpu made on different wafers?
that would have to cut one core off each ccx, which mean they would have to use new wafers and not damaged ones?

R7 has 2 x CCX (that is a module of processor cores) with 4 cores on each CCX making 8 cores.

 

Rumor has it that R5 will gave 2x CCX with 3 cores on each and the 4 core chips will have 2x CCX with 2 cores on each.

 

It is likely so that AMD can increase their yeilds that the R5 and R3 chips are using CCX modules that did not pass the test for the R7 four core binning because of either one of two cores were tested as being faulty

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i was like 12000! Pfft, that's not a great sc...oh, it's timespy...

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Some other guy in this thread hit 12800+ with his 1700x + GTX 1080 Ti

someone is pulling your leg. This is not mine, I just searched the DB. Highest current single GPU score for 1700x and 1080 TI is 10143 http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1402559

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And the lies keep on going haha. Nice try though.


Um yeah.. I have had this rig since 2011 and have never replaced the cmos battery
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Um yeah.. I have had this rig since 2011 and have never replaced the cmos battery

Heres the thing, motherboards in storage still have to store settings, the longer a system sits unused the more the battery is used. Ie if you use it every single day you're not going to have issues. If a moobo is stared for months before even being sold it drains the battery more then you think. Why do you think the first recommendation is to pull the CMOS battery, because it resets EVERYTHING.

Even a battery that shows 3v on a DMM might be lower then that under load, not low enough to cause issues every day but could happen every couple months. The batteries dont get charged so once they go they go.
    
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Um yeah.. I have had this rig since 2011 and have never replaced the cmos battery

I've had one or two go bad, but that's usually if the rig been sitting unplugged for a few months. Otherwise, it seems like if its plugged in it must pull from the socket, I am guessing. Certainly if you leave it on 24/7 it wouldn't use the battery. At least that's what I've observed.
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