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You using balanced or high perf? Balanced might be parking too many cores worth a shot trying both out.

So youre actually getting less fps with a 1080ti then a 1080 or the same?

On avg, less. I am using balanced.
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Can i get some tips on how to post higher than 2400?

I keep thinking im doing something wrong lol. At xmp timings (which set the volts to 1.35) i cant boot at any speed, which i find really odd. I can only boot at bios defaults or 15 15 15 36 2400.

Read somewhere in here SOC voltage could possibly be an issue? I just dont want to go messing with stuff if i dont have to, but will if its safe and produce results.
I know you have an Asrock and likely not the same options that I do like FSB adjustments. But I have found it best with this platform to give the "ram training" slow steps in moving speed up. I would start with setting the stock timings you have of 15-15-15-15-36 manually in the BIOS. You can likely leave Ram voltage on auto but that might depend on the board. Then reboot back into bios. Raise the ram speed by one then reboot again. For me I use FSB after my initial boot so this might not work the same for you.
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On avg, less. I am using balanced.

Try it in HP mode see if it makes any difference. It might be parking too many cores in balanced. I got better performance in synthetic benchmarks with that so its worth a shot why not right?
    
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Temp reporting is all over the place, depending on the various programs being used. Ryzen master shows 55C max load and OCCT is showing around 74C. MSI software shows 62C!


CPU Validation: https://valid.x86.fr/1r89ux at 4.0ghz at 1.3875vcore in UEFI....
Edited by Neutronman - 3/24/17 at 9:32am
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No idea why core 0 is always underclocked. Any ideas? It stays downclocked at idle and during gaming. Gigabyte K7 with f2 bios
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I know you have an Asrock and likely not the same options that I do like FSB adjustments. But I have found it best with this platform to give the "ram training" slow steps in moving speed up. I would start with setting the stock timings you have of 15-15-15-15-36 manually in the BIOS. You can likely leave Ram voltage on auto but that might depend on the board. Then reboot back into bios. Raise the ram speed by one then reboot again. For me I use FSB after my initial boot so this might not work the same for you.
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Know what is absolutely bonkers to me, my board wont boot at stock 15 15 15 36 2666 even if i put volts at 1.35.

2400 is as high as she will go lol.
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No idea why core 0 is always underclocked. Any ideas? It stays downclocked at idle and during gaming. Gigabyte K7 with f2 bios



Set Windows Power at High. Perhaps its set at balanced??? May be a bios issue....
Edited by Neutronman - 3/24/17 at 9:36am
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I know you have an Asrock and likely not the same options that I do like FSB adjustments. But I have found it best with this platform to give the "ram training" slow steps in moving speed up. I would start with setting the stock timings you have of 15-15-15-15-36 manually in the BIOS. You can likely leave Ram voltage on auto but that might depend on the board. Then reboot back into bios. Raise the ram speed by one then reboot again. For me I use FSB after my initial boot so this might not work the same for you.
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Know what is absolutely bonkers to me, my board wont boot at stock 15 15 15 36 2666 even if i put volts at 1.35.

2400 is as high as she will go lol.

Have you tried setting the Dram volts lower. Say 1.2v or 1.25? DDR4 shouldn't need such high voltage for those timings and speed. Could be part of the problem. Also I find a lot of boards overvolt the SOC rail. You might want to try setting it static. When in Windows see what it's running with HWinfo64. Then try an offset to keep it at or near 1.0v. There are only so many things you can try
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Ya if you play games (especially older ones) ryzen really isnt the chip for you. In WoW i get less FPS than my 2500k which really makes zero sense as its IPC is ~13% higher than sandy so my 3.8ghz OC should match the 4.2 of my 2500k.

That is before you take into account my gtx 1060 vs 760 lol.

But overwatch for example, my god does that run good. Minimum FPS at 1080 ultra in the 130's.
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Ya if you play games (especially older ones) ryzen really isnt the chip for you. In WoW i get less FPS than my 2500k which really makes zero sense as its IPC is ~13% higher than sandy so my 3.8ghz OC should match the 4.2 of my 2500k.

That is before you take into account my gtx 1060 vs 760 lol.

But overwatch for example, my god does that run good. Minimum FPS at 1080 ultra in the 130's.

For older games it might be better to run balanced instead of high performance, the core parking might work in the favor of single threaded games. I tried it with the 3dmark overhead for dx11 and the results were shocking. Look at the single threaded draw calls in balanced mode, but look at everything else in multi thread for all 3 APIs

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/aot/200519/aot/200511
    
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