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Please let us know what you find. I have only had the one machine available with 1800x and 1080Ti. I have noticed the same behavior with 1700 and 1700X so this should work and improve performance by some amount

We tested against the combined score in firestrike as it allows you to compared that against Graphics alone and CPU alone tests and measure the relative disparity that is seen in the combined test

I can't say for sure if i'll see improvements, i'm only ever really playing overwatch and my gpu is never 99% and i was never unhappy with the performance. I know last summer when Pascal launched there was a huge debacle about DPC latency problems and at the time i was on a 970, bought a 1070 and indeed it had problems. Ended up getting a 980 Ti since it wasn't effected. Circumstances have made it so i have this 1080 now and i didn't bother to really do any testing since i wasn't having audio problems and knew Nvidia pushed some hotfix that mostly addressed the problem.

I'll check with LatencyMon during gameplay and see how it looks there at least. The utility did change my value from 16 i think it was to -2 now after the reboot.

 

I have a 1070, went through the DPC latency thing. It was driver related, took Nvidia 2 driver updates to fix it. I Got one of the first Micron Memory cards and ended up being the guy who ultimately worked out where Nvidia had to look to fix the memory bug with the bios update.

 

I normally disable the nvidia audio because I never use it anyway. Just another thing to take processor cycles away.

 

Changing IRQ to a negative number is exactly what you want to see. Please let me know what the latency results are. It would be interesting to compare before and after results

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I have a 1070, went through the DPC latency thing. It was driver related, took Nvidia 2 driver updates to fix it. I Got one of the first Micron Memory cards and ended up being the guy who ultimately worked out where Nvidia had to look to fix the memory bug with the bios update.

I normally disable the nvidia audio because I never use it anyway. Just another thing to take processor cycles away.

Changing IRQ to a negative number is exactly what you want to see. Please let me know what the latency results are. It would be interesting to compare before and after results

You mean the audio driver bundled into the drivers? I untick everything there and only install the main driver and physx if theres a newer version.
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Good job at LevelOneTechs, congrats. Now aim to knock the 6950K off of first place on TimeSpy.

Probably have to knock off a few 5960Xs, first. biggrin.gif

I don't have TimeSpy, or any 3DMark stuff on my 5960X rig any more, but what kind of physics scores are you guys getting in just plain ol' Firestrike? I still have my submissions in the various benchmark threads here to compare, though.

21,500 @ 4.150 ghz

He wasn't aiming for a record. Just pleasantly surprised

 

That was our testing with MSI enabled and a 100Mhz p-state overclock. Wendel had not even overclocked the Graphics card at that stage so I don't think it will last that long.

 

This is from my initial analysis. The scores are just random but different machines from the advanced search results and they are using 1080. The only score that is important to look at in my investigation is the efficiency scores that I have calculated from FS Combined score/physics score. You can calculate your own scores and see how they compare if you want. 

 

just looking here we see that Ryzen has something that is impeding performance that is not specific to CPU or GPU but only when both sides are being hammered so the conclusion is that it is something in between. 6900K and 7700K do not seem to have that same affliction. 

 

 

GTX1080    
6900K    
     
3DMark Score 22,072.00 21,614.00
Graphics Score 25,157.00 25,088.00
Physics Score 24,828.00 23,767.00
Combined Score 10,581.00 9,941.00
     
Efficiency Comb/Physics 0.4261720638 0.4182690285
     
Ryzen 1700    
     
3DMark Score 18,967.00 18,720.00
Graphics Score 24,031.00 24,159.00
Physics Score 20,379.00 20,420.00
Combined Score 7,066.00 6,655.00
     
Efficiency Comb/Physics 0.3467294764 0.3259059745
     
i7-7700K    
     
3DMark Score 20,911.00 20,863.00
Graphics Score 25,639.00 25,594.00
Physics Score 17,111.00 16,608.00
Combined Score 10,202.00 10,421.00
     
Efficiency Comb/Physics 0.5962246508 0.6274686898
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He wasn't aiming for a record. Just pleasantly surprised


Yeah,Yetta wanted to knock off the top 6950X (a record, if you will), but judging from physics scores (in Firestrike) thus far, I'm not seeing too many over 22K with Ryzen - and my ol' 5960X does 22K+ in all the top Firestrike entries I've posted.

Looks like a new microcode release today, I bet all that's about to change thumb.gif
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Other than getting OC stable within my stability parameters I've had 0 issue from mobo.

On first install I had Q-LED for RAM and Q-Code 0d. As so much had been posted about how bad the C6H for "bricking", etc I thought it was the mobo. Turned out the G.Skill F4-3200C14D-16GTZ was DOA, RMA'd waiting on return. Grabbed some 2x4GB Corsair LPX 2400MHz C14 at local retailer and even though RAM not on QVL it worked.

I flashed to 0902 without issue using flashback feature.

I've had no "updating bios" message on boot up, no "bricking", I have no cold or warm boot issues. All devices like USB/SATA SSD & HDD work as needed. Fan profile setting for the 2 headers I use work perfect. Voltage points work as needed.

I have had no multiple boot syndrome on board either, I push power on via case button it does 1 cycle of Q-LED/Q-Codes as it should and goes to OS.

I had slight ~5°C temp out on tCTL/CPU on 0902, this assessment was done by knowing room temp and location of mobo temp sensor plus roughly knowing my case airflow setup. Once I disabled Sense MI Skew in ROM as highlighted by Elmor to a SpecChum my temps were what I had assessed.

My stability issue for OC may just be poor sample, could be as platform is immature too much of an ask. Dunno, but I do not question the quality of board and Asus (Elmor and Raja@asus) have done more to answer questions and give FW updates than any other mobo reps on OCN AFAIK.

Zero issues with the C6H as well. Just plugged it in, set CL14 32000MHz on bios, installed windows, restarted , did a bios flash to 0902 and that was it. Won't be overclocking till Bios matures a bit firdt, though.
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He wasn't aiming for a record. Just pleasantly surprised
 

Yeah,Yetta wanted to knock off the top 6950X (a record, if you will), but judging from physics scores (in Firestrike) thus far, I'm not seeing too many over 22K with Ryzen - and my ol' 5960X does 22K+ in all the top Firestrike entries I've posted.

Looks like a new microcode release today, I bet all that's about to change thumb.gif

 

I know. It is certainly not as finely tuned as the intel but right now. But you are also not buying Ryzen to be delicate, you are getting a sledgehammer because you want to open a walnut.

 

I have fastest of a certain combination benchmark records too. It may not mean much but It does make you feel good

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I have found this small utility that will allow you to switch to MSI Easily. You will need to run as administrator, select your Nvidia Card, hit apply and reboot

http://www.mediafire.com/download/hrxw4rsb9xnw1ei/MSI_util.zip

Thank you, however I didn't find any improvents on the fire strike combined test, ran it 3 or 4 times and each time with a very different score, one was 6600 and the worst was ~5400. Without MSI enabled It scored around 6300.

Appreciated you shared it anyway smile.gif

Well, I even managed to get the highest score to date with MSI disabled (Rebooted to make effectve the changes)

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18735531?

you are running at the higher end of what ryzens are doing. Most are 6000-7000. How have you set up your bios settings?

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What exactly does this reading signify if good or bad?
Possibly, but after being away from the PC initially and somehow having my boot drive corrupt, I feel like it is something else.

- Away for 2 days with PC off, boot to bsod's and boot drive corruption
- Reinstall windows that night, next morning no power to board.

Weather was clear both days, no resets in the house, pc on a surge protector, it just seems very odd.

I signifies if my problem is unique.

Corruption sounds like memory.

Try testing individual sticks.
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