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Hey guys, I'm on asrock taichi with 1700. anyone has this board and can share oc settings? I'm trying to get to at least 3.8 Ghz. Was able to do so with Ryzen Master tool, running on 1.35v (will have to double check though)
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Got mine 1700 to 3950Mhz now.



Though only running single channel at the moment as my one ram died yesterday.

+0.282V for ~1.440-1.464 vcore

Seems Intel burn likes ram as the "load" decreased a lot in single channel runs in this software.
    
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Ok this is interesting.

2x16g DR pc3400 16-16-16-36 gskill trident @ 2666 14-12-12-12-32 1.35v.

Running prime blend (custom 75% ram allocated ) now smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Scotty99 View Post

Just curious what issues are you having?

Other than my ram not posting at rated speeds my asrock killer has been great. 3.8ghz overclock with offset voltages and this thing is as stable as my 2500k rig was (which took a lot longer to tune back in the day).
The board's bios has a mind of it's own. Sometimes it won't post from cold boot. It definitely won't boot if you unplug it for any reason, have to reset cmos. If I make changes to settings in bios that deal with the CPU or RAM, random **** happens. I've had the vcore jump to 1.7v. Temps will randomly read completely off, like 10 C. It's pretty awesome. I just wait for the day it decides to spontaneously self destruct and take out other components with it ;-)
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@finalheaven

I have sad news for you on my 3.8GHz OC endeavors frown.gif .
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So as you know I went for 3.8GHz with +106.25mV offset with 2133MHz RAM. My voltages were all as when UEFI defaults used except VCORE. So that profile lead to ~1.319V on DMM on x264 loading CPU. As stated earlier this need more VCORE than RB. Repeated testing of 10 loops x264, 2hrs RB and f@h for 4-6hrs, all was well.

I then wanted 2400MHz RAM, I have CMK8GX4M2A2400C14 , it is single sided RAM. Selecting D.O.C.P 3 gets me the correct XMP profile on RAM. With this setup my SOC: [Auto] went from ~0.838V to ~1.050V. I still had errors in f@h and Y-Cruncher, at intermittent times after say few hours.

I set SOC manually to 0.925V (~0.944V on DMM), as thought I'm not really pushing out of current Official supported RAM speeds. I still had a few errors but after longer length. I then started increasing VCORE and have gone all the way from +106.25mV to +131.25mV (~1.348V on DMM).

So testing went like so (+125mV 0.925V):-

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When I stopped f@h I'd done ~14hrs, 12hrs in one go and then ~2hrs after setting Sense MI Skew: [Disabled] (as Elmor suggested to another to use that to get correct temps).

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So then I thought throw Y-Cruncher at profile.

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All good passed ~14hrs f@h and ~4hrs Y-Cruncher (system had been in use for ~38hrs of stability testing/tweaking). So i went for x264 48 loops.

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I then upped VCORE to +131.25mV.

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My i5 4690K CPU: 4.9GHz Cache: 4.4GHz RAM: 2400MHz testing was a continuous run on final setup. It passed 48 loops of x264, then 2hrs RB, ~1-2hrs gaming and 17hrs f@h, all in one continuous run.

I do not know if these issues are due to immaturity of platform, AFAIK x264 / Y-Cruncher / f@h is supported in Ryzen, my OS is fresh clean install with bare min of apps, my setup is simple (CPU/RAM/MOBO/HSF/ std SATA SSD/HDD/no RAID, etc).

If I can not get the kind of stability I'm used on my i5 4690K for an OC, on R7 1700 at 3.8GHz within a few days I reckon I may have to jump the Ryzen ship frown.gif .
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My guess is you are messing with too much stuff, you seem the type.

Im at 3800 all i changed was multi and offset volts, stable as a rock for 3 days.

Due that line I have posted this.
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You need to understand something gupster, you are not a normal use case type of person....i am.

You buy PC's to DO stress tests lol, i use a PC to game and everyday stuff. What sense would it make for me to unnecessarily stress my pc with programs i will never use again?

I will not comment about stress tests past this other than we can agree to disagree on what stable means.

I do not buy PC to stress test. I buy them to use. Yes our use case differs, in that I wanna fold, game, etc without BSOD or issue over 24hrs+ continuous use. Many folders so this type of use.

I stated my use cases with most of my posts and then you compare your stability to mine. State I'm the "type", if you had not said that I would not be highlighting your stability testing case and mine.
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Like i said, we can agree to disagree what stable means, and leave it at that.
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The board's bios has a mind of it's own. Sometimes it won't post from cold boot. It definitely won't boot if you unplug it for any reason, have to reset cmos. If I make changes to settings in bios that deal with the CPU or RAM, random **** happens. I've had the vcore jump to 1.7v. Temps will randomly read completely off, like 10 C. It's pretty awesome. I just wait for the day it decides to spontaneously self destruct and take out other components with it ;-)

Ouch. I guess i lucked out big time with asrock, legit havent had one issue at all everything works as expected (including idle volts+clocks coming down, which many said wouldnt be the case).

That said, the next bios asrock puts out will probably fix xmp but break a ton of other ****, knocking on wood.
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Like i said, we can agree to disagree what stable means, and leave it at that.

That I agree on thumb.gif . I bid you happy typer.gif and enjoyment on your Ryzen thumb.gif .
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That I agree on thumb.gif . I bid you happy typer.gif and enjoyment on your Ryzen thumb.gif .

Oh im loving it, its literally an upgrade in every respect over my 2500k....even games. Would make the purchase every time over 7700k, even as someone who mostly games.
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Tell Newegg that there is something wrong with your RAM kit. It doesn't run at specified speeds 3200mhz. Just complain, they are usually cool about returns. Tell them you buy and spend lots of money on newegg every year, your a loyal customer, how you hate Amazon, etc.

Isn't that dishonest?
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