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Whats swbf? I have no issues with 17.3.2 so far.

Star Wars BattleFront?
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Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post

Whats swbf? I have no issues with 17.3.2 so far.

Star Wars Battlefront.

You have 390, I have Fury X, so even if same version crimson driver it would differ on path used on driver.
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Star Wars Battlefront.

You have 390, I have Fury X, so even if same version crimson driver it would differ on path used on driver.

I've got a Fury Non-X but with all cores unlocked biggrin.gif

Only 1000Mhz tho, not bothered to overclock it.

I got 13700 something in Firestrike, so not too bad.
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Update : tried 3200 mhz, would not boot. Loaded up second bios and im back at 2933. I assume you have to clear cmos to reset the bios back to its origional settings?
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Star Wars Battlefront.

You have 390, I have Fury X, so even if same version crimson driver it would differ on path used on driver.

Ah ok gotcha, i just tried mine in bf1 and it does seem quite a bit smoother then my 4690k, i was busy going 20/20 and wasnt paying attention but it seemed a lot more smoother then my 4690k did its weird. Rocket league is still a bit odd and sometimes stutters in the menu or when someone loads in but bf1 was buttery smooth.
    
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I am nearing the completion of Ryzen build. Had tested 1800X and 1700X.

MB: Asus Prime X370-Pro tested with BIOS versions 0502, 0504
power: Thermaltake Smart 600W

1800X can run stable up to 4225 MHz in BIOS. It was tested with RAM at 4000 MHz. Results:
RAM: G-Skill TridentZ F4-3200C16D-16GTZB 2x8GB with Hynix (2017) runs at 3200-16-16-16-16-36 at 1.395V RAM, 1.1V SB
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 3000-15 2x8GB can run at 2666-16-16-16-16-36 at 1.395V RAM, 1.1V SB
RAM: G-Skill Ripjaw V 3200-14 2x16GB can run at 2666-16-16-16-16-36 at 1.395V RAM, 1.1V SB

MB: Asus Prime X370-Pro tested with BIOS versions 0504, 0511
power: Thermaltake Smart 600W, EVGA G2 850W

1700X can run stable up to 4175 MHz in BIOS. It was tested with RAM at 4000 MHz. Results:
RAM: G-Skill TridentZ F4-3200C16D-16GTZB 2x8GB with Hynix (2017) runs at 2933-14-16-16-16-34 at 1.35V RAM, 1.05V SB
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 3000-15 2x8GB can run at 2666-16-16-16-16-36 at 1.395V RAM, 1.1V SB
RAM: G-Skill Ripjaw V 3200-14 2x16GB not tested with 1700X
RAM: G-Skill TridentZ F4-3200C16D-16GTZB 2x8GB with Hynix (2016) runs at 2400-16-16-16-16-36 at 1.395V RAM, 1.05V SB
RAM: G-Skill TridentZ 3400-16 2x16GB with Samsung (2017) chips runs at 2666-16-16-16-16-36 at 1.395V RAM, 1.05V SB

setting SB voltage up to 1.1V (max on AsusX370Pro) does not help get the Hynix 2017 TridentZ to 3200
setting DRAM voltage up to 1.55V does not help either
changing power supply to EVGA G2 (much less voltage ripple) - still only 2933
updated BIOS to 0511 - same result

summary: same TridentZ with 2017 Hynix chips works at 3200 with 1800X and only 2933 with 1700X (same RAM, MB, power).
Ryzen chips vary not only weth core speed but also with data fabric speed (data fabric MHz = memory MHz).
Identical two sets of TridentZ with Hynix in different batches performed very differently (2933 vs 2400) (same CPU, MB, power).
Thus it may be Ryzen data fabric that limits RAM speed, or it may be RAM itself. Both have to align.

what helped: luck in getting CPU and RAM that can run fast.
what didn't help: higher memory voltages, BIOS updates, more expensive power supply.

CPU has a 54CFM air cooler; future work: test 1700X with water cooling next week


We won't know the full extent of everything until this arch and board development get out of their infancy stages. It's hard to conclude anything in a real capacity until May or so.
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Man im so indecisive lol. I have a 3200 kit of hynix that wont go past 2400, but at the same time i dont wanna drop another 100 dollars on ram, that kills the price/performance that i bought into with the 1700 in the first place.

I just wish i knew if im stuck at 2400 forever with this ram, i mean there are a TON of 3200 hynix kits surely they will have to hit rated speeds eventually with bios updates right?
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What's the rush on buying a kit now? Wait a bit for compatibility and possible price drops.
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