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Deleted all Xbox peripheral drivers, plugged it in again, still seeing a spike up to 80%. I had a PM from another Ryzen user with the same issue, I'm guessing there is some sort of driver conflict/USB shenanigans going on.

Yea very odd, mine has been fine. Im using the asmedia usb download off the asus site, its even plugged into the usb 3.0 row closests to the bios and cmos clear buttons.
    
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Update : Overclocked my ram. Game stable at 2933 mhz 14-14-14-36-1T, 1.3V. Flare X G skill on a gigabyte K7 X370. Im so excited, this performance is amazing and no problems so far. Will try for 3200 eventually but I might stay at 2933 for a while till we get that amd update.
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Not sure jay is the brightest dude in the world lol. My 1700 went from like 1300 at stock, to 1620 with 3.8ghz oc and only 2400mhz ram....
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I dont remember my stock ones on my 1700x, was def 1520 or something like that. Mine hits 1640 in hp mode and 1628 in balanced mode with ram at 2933. Not sure if thats low but i think 4.1ghz peeps are hitting slightly above 1700.

1700X here also this bench 1654 all day with RAM at 2400 timing are pretty loose like 16-18-18-36 but also runs fine at CL14-16-16-28 or lower

Edited by TaCRoT - 3/24/17 at 7:06pm
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got a new bios update today for my b350 prime matx motherboard. my memory speeds still at 2400mhz frown.gif (3200mhz cl16 kit) should I get new ram kit? I really want to have 3200mhz
     
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I dont remember my stock ones on my 1700x, was def 1520 or something like that. Mine hits 1640 in hp mode and 1628 in balanced mode with ram at 2933. Not sure if thats low but i think 4.1ghz peeps are hitting slightly above 1700.



I hit 1724 @3.9 with 2933mhz RAM, but then again I seem to bench above normal for some reason.
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1700X here also this bench 1654 all day with RAM at 2400 timing are pretty loose like 16-18-18-36 but also runs fine at CL14-16-16-28 or lower

I get 1700+ on my 1700x @ 3.9ghz 2400 cas14. I close all apps in the background it seems to affect the cinebench score a lot for some reason. just leave cinebench running you'll get 1700+
     
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1700X here also this bench 1654 all day with RAM at 2400 timing are pretty loose like 16-18-18-36 but also runs fine at CL14-16-16-28 or lower

Wow nice, imagine what more ram speed would do. Thats windows 10 for you, still not doing well with Ryzen, hopefully the new microcode solves some of the issue.
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I hit 1724 @3.9 with 2933mhz RAM, but then again I seem to bench above normal for some reason.

Yea im getting about 1664 with everything closed. I'm running it off my HDD though, I'm curious if having it on my ssd would make any difference in speeds at all.
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DAM those are sexy, i cant even find a pair of black and white tridents at 4000, where di you get those?

newegg unfortunately. But I'm on the P1.70 bios but with 3200 xmp the bios is buggy. It takes a few boot loops to post and sometimes by glitch my cpu is stock frequency while ram is at 3200mhz.
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Anyone getting decent results with micron ram or is it just Samsung B die that reaches 3200 at this point? mine is 2400mhz anyway so I doubt I can push it all that far, but I'm curious how stuff that isn't Samsung are doing.

2666 will be the ultimate goal for majority of Micron chips. And don't try increasing VDimm over 1.35 as that won't help the chips at all, in fact, renders them failing to post. I have some 8GB Micron sticks here of single sided and best they can do (bootable) is 2666 C14-14-14-14-1T.

IIRC, the same sticks do 3000 CL16 on Intel. But on Ryzen, they won't post at 2933.
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My Micron chips do post with a maximum frequency of around 2890 MHz, but only if I overclock via BCLK.
Actually they are stable enough to even do a few Cinebench runs. But it's useless, as any change of the Baseclock deactivates the whole lot of P-states and therefore the CPU only runs at max frequency. rolleyes.gif
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