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LOL what is going on with that water block mounting? That bolt is TWEAKED. Is that a penny for a washer? Hahahaha! biggrin.gif That looks like something I'd do.

Yes, he drilled a penny to use as a washer.


Also, on Gigabyte gaming 5, you need different offset values to achieve the same Vcore for 1700 compared to the X models.

Like, 0.00000 offset gets 1.18v vcore on 1700, but the same 0.00000 offset does 1.35ish vcore or so on 1700x/1800x.
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LOL what is going on with that water block mounting? That bolt is TWEAKED. Is that a penny for a washer? Hahahaha! biggrin.gif That looks like something I'd do.

Yes, he drilled a penny to use as a washer.


Also, on Gigabyte gaming 5, you need different offset values to achieve the same Vcore for 1700 compared to the X models.

Like, 0.00000 offset gets 1.18v vcore on 1700, but the same 0.00000 offset does 1.35ish vcore or so on 1700x/1800x.

Both of you, WRONG. biggrin.gif
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You guys said AM4 mountings holes dont fit AM3+ coolers tongue.gif



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nope.

No coins were harmed on the process. tongue.gif

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here i thought you used washers.

ironically you saved money using money.
regardless of the currency.


As per the offset, each chip has a given VID. VID + Offset = VCore.
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Hahaha that's awesome! It looks so close to fitting I didn't realize it was an AM3 cooler from the first pic. What if you just reamed out the holes in the block? Or are you trying to retain the re-sale value?
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Does the difference between 16 and 14, or 18 and 16 CAS latency really matter? I thought Stilt said that the performance difference from having faster memory comes from the fact that you have to raise the northbridge frequency...not from the increased memory performance itself? I never actually did bother tweaking CAS latency beyond the XMP profile because it seems like it would be enormously tedious having to test for stability if one were only tweaking one timing setting at a...time.

It's not about their given frequency but the chances of running them to their rated specs.

If someone can chime in to have or was able to run a 3200 16-18-18-1T TridentZ with Ryzen @ 3200MHz irregardless of the timing with ease, I would retract from the idea. thumb.gif
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Hahaha that's awesome! It looks so close to fitting I didn't realize it was an AM3 cooler from the first pic. What if you just reamed out the holes in the block? Or are you trying to retain the re-sale value?

not that possible. The AM3+ bracket is smaller by a few handful millimeters to the current AM4. thumb.gif
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I will let you know when I get my board but it still hasn't shipped mad.gif Apparently 'In Stock' means, hey it might be in stock or it might not be in stock for over another week. But anyway my kit is 16-18-18 so I will try to set it at 14-16-16 without upping voltage and see what happens.

EDIT: Err..I think I might have misunderstood what you are saying. You mean the lower the stock timings the greater the chances it will work at 3200 speed? In any case I will try it at stock XMP profile and see if it boots and you can add that to the data pile. Unfortunately I don't have a second kit to test on the same system so there's nothing to really compare it to.
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It's not about their given frequency but the chances of running them to their rated specs.

If someone can chime in to have or was able to run a 3200 16-18-18-1T TridentZ with Ryzen @ 3200MHz irregardless of the timing with ease, I would retract from the idea. thumb.gif

You're talking about 32gb or more right? Tons of people are running 3200mhz 14-14-14-34 with 2x8gb. Some with lower timings. I'm running 3200mhz 14-14-14-34 perfectly stable.
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r7 1700 3.8ghz @ 1.166v Running P95, Cinebench and Heaven. Seems stable. My 1700x didn't even come close. 1.32v and still wanted more volts to be stable. Stock voltage on the R7 1700 is definitely lower than a 1700x by quite a bit it seems.



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You're talking about 32gb or more right? Tons of people are running 3200mhz 14-14-14-34 with 2x8gb. Some with lower timings. I'm running 3200mhz 14-14-14-34 perfectly stable.

2*8GBs

TridentZ 3200 C16s not C14s.
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r7 1700 3.8ghz @ 1.166v Running P95, Cinebench and Heaven. Seems stable. My 1700x didn't even come close. 1.32v and still wanted more volts to be stable. Stock voltage on the R7 1700 is definitely lower than a 1700x by quite a bit it seems.


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Very nice! What batch is your chip???
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