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Just kind of curious what do motherboard manufacturers have to do to get xmp working properly? Stuff is foreign to me, just wondering what has to be implemented for the board to recognize these proflies and for it to work?

Its just weird to me an intel feature shipped with all these boards, but almost none work correctly lol.

Maybe this is why
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Just to add some comparations based on 3DMark Firestrike 1.1

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12069596/fs/2873251


Old old old Phenom II x6 1090t with R9-290x (so fat still top at this CPU + GPU valid 1 gpu results, and even I failed to reproduce the results) vs Ryzen 1800x and GTX 1080ti.

Reason why I put those tho systems into comparation, is that I own one of them and I am considering Ryzen as an upgrade, while 20-30% gain in CPU performance isnt enough for me to go for the upgrade.

So far the results in Physics Test are nice.

6 Threads of Phenom II vs 16 threads of Ryzen gave 140% increase in performance, which is like having 14,4 threads of Phenom II. Thats really really nice considering Ryzen has 8 Physical cores...

Nonetheless ... 8 year have passed biggrin.gif

Hahaha a 1090t...what an ancient dinosaur! Who even runs that still? HAHAHAHAAAAaaaaa....(begins crying)

No but seriously I am (was? parts haven't shipped yet -_-) in the same boat. Been waiting over a year for Ryzen and I was tempted a few times to get a Haswell and then a Skylake but I'm glad I didn't. Intel needs some competition so consumers stop getting bent over and having it shoved in dry.

If these 3dmark scores actually translate into a 40% increase in performance in games that's pretty significant. Here's my score with a 1090t and a single 290. http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/11871688
I have 3 of those cards but when I've tried crossfire there hasn't been a noticeable performance benefit...so it's definitely worth getting Ryzen if one plans to get a GPU setup with more power than, say, a 290/390, RX 480, GTX 1060, or 970...otherwise there will be some serious bottlenecking.
The reports of better "smoothness" are good to hear too. I know Thuban (and therefore Deneb too and probably 1st gen "core i" no doubt) suffers from some stuttering and poor minimums, even when it can match average fps of better processors when paired with a good GPU. It's especially noticeable in games like Planetside 2 where there is lots of stuff going on or on games that rely heavily on single-core performance.
Edited by bardacuda - 3/21/17 at 4:23am
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I think the sweet spot is 1800x + rx480 for not feeling cheated out of GPU performance right now. But I'm gaining ground, clawing my way back on fps with my 980ti.
But yeah I was running firestrike 4k tests again last night for baselines, even tho the combined test was at like a slideshow, it was a smooth slideshow. It's like black magic.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12069728
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12069757
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12069783
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1417025
Edited by navjack27 - 3/21/17 at 4:28am
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Maybe this is why

Not exactly sure what you are linking.
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I wouldn't call an 1800X the sweet spot when you can save $200 and get a 1700 and run it at the same or maybe 100-200MHz less. Ryzen 5 will probably dethrone the 1700 for sweet spot too here really soon.
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I wouldn't call an 1800X the sweet spot when you can save $200 and get a 1700 and run it at the same or maybe 100-200MHz less. Ryzen 5 will probably dethrone the 1700 for sweet spot too here really soon.

Oh it absolutely will, but no RGB cooler! For 100 bucks i got 2c 4t and a pretty led ring, im cool with that smile.gif
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Yeah. Getting my 1080Ti today, but WB was supposed to get here today, but might not arrive until tomorrow. :/
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I guess I didn't mean "sweet spot" I meant "highest performance". I'm not a believer in perf per $.

And Scotty I misread your post I thought you didn't know xmp was an Intel joint. I just woke up.
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I guess I didn't mean "sweet spot" I meant "highest performance". I'm not a believer in perf per $.

And Scotty I misread your post I thought you didn't know xmp was an Intel joint. I just woke up.

You aren't a believer in performance per dollar? What? That is literally the most insane comment i have ever read on a forum.

And R5's arent going to outperform R7's unless they clock higher, which so far we have no indication that they would.
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Uhhh...he didn't mention R5. That was me lol. If a person has the money to spend and they get some joy or pride out of having the shiniest of shinys with the coolest names I wouldn't call that insane. You probably wouldn't drive a corolla if you were a millionaire.
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