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There ^

Thanks for that info. It will be my first so please correct me if I am wrong.

Should be across the caps, no?

You should use a ground that is behind socket and measure the solder side of SMD cap. either sides fine.

I am not saying solder in wires. Leave voiding warranty to me......

This was to prove to someone that MSI software on 990 versus real was highly innacurate........overvolting like a crazy. Never trust software.......


Edited by chew* - 3/23/17 at 10:03pm
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after a day of torment installing my masterliquid 240. i don't wanna relive it all, just more work then i expected, nothing wrong with the product, user error and had to move into a bigger case. its finally installed and working GREAT. pstate overclock right now http://valid.x86.fr/qvsxd4 i've been messing around in cinema4d so its pretty stable. kind of a overkill voltage because of time, i haven't tried to go down in voltage yet. the volts i set are 1.450v on the vcore, stock everything else voltages. quite happy with this OC right now. temps are high but whatevs, its stable.


Edited by navjack27 - 3/23/17 at 10:55pm
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A500 is samsung B-dies.
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ASRock 1.7 doesn't seem to make any changes to the BIOS menus itself. Tried loading XMP (which wouldn't boot before) and still doesn't boot.

Put all settings back to where they were and everything seems fine.

CPU temps still off. Vcore still off.

Looks like 1.7 is just 1.63 but now not Beta based on the date.


1.7 allows me to book with the 3200mhz xmp profile now. It's a little quirky. It'll boot loop like 2-3-4 times and then boot right up.


Edited by PewnFlavorTang - 3/23/17 at 11:18pm
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A lot of people are hitting 4.1-4.2ghz. The World record is at 5.8ghz, some guy from germany.

http://hwbot.org/submission/3473875_der8auer_cpu_frequency_ryzen_7_1800x_5802.93_mhz
Derp. Forgot the phrase "on air". Either way ryzen seems to clock reasonably well considering that it is a new microarch.
 
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You should use a ground that is behind socket and measure the solder side of SMD cap. either sides fine.

I am not saying solder in wires. Leave voiding warranty to me......

This was to prove to someone that MSI software on 990 versus real was highly innacurate........overvolting like a crazy. Never trust software.......


Nice. Thanks for that.

I'll have to pick one and just slip it in there. Just need to verify the variance from SW reading anyway.

+1
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My 1700 is a dud..

Can game BF1/GTAV/WIlands at 4000 1.400V. But even 1.450V and instacrash in Cinebench R15. :/
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My 1700 is a dud..

Can game BF1/GTAV/WIlands at 4000 1.400V. But even 1.450V and instacrash in Cinebench R15. :/
Not a dud just because it doesn't hit 4Ghz....
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Oh I'm an idiot. The reason I'd crash running my DDR4@3200Mhz on the K7 was because I left the SOC voltage at the default 1.1v. Once I changed it to 1.2v I had no issues.
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My 1700 is a dud..

Can game BF1/GTAV/WIlands at 4000 1.400V. But even 1.450V and instacrash in Cinebench R15. :/

Alot of the issues people are currently experiencing are entirely down to the BIOS. If by chance your PC can boot at 4.0Ghz and at 1.3-1.45v and crashes it can more likely be the iteration of your bios as opposed to the chip itself.

Some people get lucky find a good pair memory that works great in unity of the processor and board, others don't and have to wait out what they can get their hands on. I'm hoping eventually I get a BIOS that plays much better for me.

The stability and overclockability of this processor is heavily tied to the RAM. I intend to try and find the most stable timing configuration eventually and then overclock. However the FMA3 based crashes are too problematic at the moment for me to pursue testing. I wouldn't be able to decipher what the BCCODE error was occurring on.

Most identical systems overclock exactly the same on R7 processors.
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Subjective X370 experience summary:
- GK7 with F2 bios: meh
- GK7 with F3b bios: oc's well, but glitchy af
- C6H with 5803: oc's well, but bricks
- C6H with 0902: oc's ok, but got castrated to fix bricking
- C6H with 1001: solid experience, but ram oc'ing for 1t cr was still meh
- C6H with 0038: oc's like crazy with 2t cr, safe boot button glitches sometimes

Also, the retry button and voltage measurement points are pure gold for overclocking. Compared to that, the GK7 felt like stoneage.


Yesterday evening on 0038 I managed to get:
- 1800X at 4.1GHz 1.45V
- 2x 8GB Samsung B die at 3616MHz 14-14-14-34 1.5V (F4-3866C18D-16GTZR)

Stability test running atm
Edited by skullbringer - 3/24/17 at 1:25am
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