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1800X users (and 1700 users too it seems) need to step up their game in submitting their OC results to the Ryzen data sheet on gupsterg's thread! 1700X users are kicking everyone's asses!
You're in good company! No one else knows what the hell is going to work for an OC either. biggrin.gif With enough trial and error you could be the first one to figure it out and educate everyone else, saving everyone else that comes after you precious time, and earning the much coveted gold guinea pig cup!

For some reason CPU-Z gets stuck at storage 70% speccy also stuck at analyzing so also is a no go, maybe because I'm using RAID not sure, really odd because all the other software I use runs fine



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For some reason CPU-Z gets stuck at storage 70% speccy also stuck at analyzing so also is a no go, maybe because I'm using RAID not sure, really odd because all the other software I use runs fine




Completely uninstall and reinstall the latest versions, ensuring to use the registry scrubber with CCleaner.
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Hey guys, got a question concerning motherboards and ram. I have a Taichi on the way but today the seller posted the GB K7 as available as well. Should i cancel the order and get the GB? I see it supports memory up to 3600 compared to Taichi's 3200. Haven't dabbled that much with memory overclocking, do the ratings on the motherboard page count or could you overclock above that?

Any experiences with any of the above boards ? (Asrock Taichi vs Gigabyte K7), Thanks.
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ya It posts 3.9 but is borderline stable @ 1.35. its Frequency wall is right near there obviously. Since it failed 3.95 @ 1.45v

You seem to be getting similar results I had with mine 1700 on AB350 Gaming 3.

Had to hit around 1.450+ Volts to get stability at 3.900 to 3.975 stressing my system.
    
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Hey guys, got a question concerning motherboards and ram. I have a Taichi on the way but today the seller posted the GB K7 as available as well. Should i cancel the order and get the GB? I see it supports memory up to 3600 compared to Taichi's 3200. Haven't dabbled that much with memory overclocking, do the ratings on the motherboard page count or could you overclock above that?

Any experiences with any of the above boards ? (Asrock Taichi vs Gigabyte K7), Thanks.

Depends on the price difference and whether the K7 will handle 3600 effectively, otherwise stick to the Taichi, it's not a bad board.
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Depends on the price difference and whether the K7 will handle 3600 effectively, otherwise stick to the Taichi, it's not a bad board.

They're basically the same price. Which one is the better board in your opinion?
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Hello all!

Thought I might stop in and say hello and just drop this here. smile.gif

http://valid.x86.fr/1ljlbw

I'm running currently on the 8350's Wraith cooler while I wait for the bracket from Corsair to arrive. They are being awesome and giving free update brackets for my cooler and others. <3
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Okey. I will test BF1 now using high performance plan instead of balanced. WIll also try 3800 instead of 3850 which somebody said that WIndows did not like. So wish me luck. smile.gif
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They're basically the same price. Which one is the better board in your opinion?

Hard to say, both share many chipset simularities, the Taichi has wi-fi while the k7 has a killer nic, both have the same audio processor except the k7 has sound blaster x-fi support. The K7 says it has higher ram support, but I'm sure the taichi should be able to hit the same with manual OC. If you're more interested in eye-candy go with the K7, if you want the wi-fi go for the taichi.
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Okey. I will test BF1 now using high performance plan instead of balanced. WIll also try 3800 instead of 3850 which somebody said that WIndows did not like. So wish me luck. smile.gif

Should use Planetside 2 for benching wink.gif Way more strain on the system.
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