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post #5611 of 11723
The stilt described his steps. Followed?

1.45V on the TZ opens it up to lot more possibilities.

These sticks I am using has been tested with X99 (Sabertooth, Rampage V, Deluxe), MSI Z170 Carbon (LOW TIER), Asus Z170 Gaming Aura (LOW TIER), X370 G5, X370 K7. Not one failed 3200 C14 rolleyes.gif

7 Boards of different platforms. redface.gif
Edited by mus1mus - 3/23/17 at 4:23am
post #5612 of 11723
Exactly its all down to boards right now. Dont get me wrong if i find a c14 set on sale between now and my return date ill probably do it, but not gonna go out of my way to get a set of tridents.

Well you cant really count the intel boards lol.
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Some pretty Ryzen build shots. I can't decide if I want to buy my new case yet and finish the build, or pick up a Switch frown.gif


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No Titanium for me...
...because the store I bought it from went bankrupt before they could ship it to me. Together with the RAM. doh.gif

So now I got a FlareX kit with a 'Compatible with RYZEN' sticker on it. A few weeks ago I called it marketing, but here it is lying on my desk, because it has the same main specifications as the 3200C14 Tridents that weren't in stock.

And I would love to report about them, but still waiting for a motherboard. A Taichi this time.
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May I ask what sort of temps is good, and voltages?

I get up to 70'C when stressing at 1.450V I belive it was. Is that OK?

I currently run 3800 at 1.243V, and the temps are like 50'C or so under folding@home with a 1080Ti folding in the same loop as well. Will need to double-check later.
post #5616 of 11723
Temp Shut down point is at 105C after the -20 offset on TCTL. That's all I know. biggrin.gif
post #5617 of 11723
Quote:
Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

May I ask what sort of temps is good, and voltages?

I get up to 70'C when stressing at 1.450V I belive it was. Is that OK?

I currently run 3800 at 1.243V, and the temps are like 50'C or so under folding@home with a 1080Ti folding in the same loop as well. Will need to double-check later.

1.45 was amd's advised max with a heavy caveat that cpu life would probably degrade. tctl is 95 max, again per amd, in all r7's. The 20 degree offset is only applicable to X chips. Your present temps and voltage look groovy.
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post #5618 of 11723
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Originally Posted by ChronoBodi View Post

Blah, then i have Hynix ram then, this needs a microcode update to allow better compatibility or is it just a Ryzen exclusive quirk?
is your Vcore read from CPU-Z or in BIOS?

I've noticed that mine is 1.24vcore in CPU-Z but 1.16vcore in BIOS.

Mines 1.06v I think in Bios
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New bios out for the Asus x370 Prime. Look under windows 7: https://www.asus.com/no/Motherboards/PRIME-X370-PRO/HelpDesk_Download/
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For Gigabyte users suffering BIOS resets after a failed/crash/black screen inside Windows, to prevent resetting the BIOS, Hold the Power Button to shut down the Board > Press Power button again to return to previous state. Reset Button will automatically bring you to a BIOS Reset Prompt as well as turning Off the PSU.. thumb.gif
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