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Welp i just ordered this ram for 188 bucks:
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232443

This really didnt sting that bad, looking at price history of 4000+ mhz ram its never been much cheaper than this in the past, compared to how cheap 3200 and 3600 has been.

Hope i made right choice, was a 88 dollar premium over my 16 cas 3200 hynix stuff lol.
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Wheres my biggest fan @finalheaven at? Still a skeptic that my 1700x does 3.8ghz @1.265v and NOW i have 0 errors in 15mins under realbench? Went from 7 errors to 3 to ZERO!!!.

Told you she was stable at lower voltages lol. Ran all 3 for 15mins, measured with the DMM at the pinouts again and thats what i got. And yes i know i didn't run it for 24hrs, but I don't feel like degrading my chip for 24hrs just to see.

Its been fine before i even tweaked the voltage and it will be fine then. Still love ya man haha.

On the other hand, not sure if i should try 1002 BIOS to see if my corsair ram will make it to 3200 or just leave it alone for now.

Skeptic? I wish everyone here had golden CPU's. All I did was point out your own internal dilemma. I'm glad if you're chip is stable at low volts and I hope its stable even at lower volts if possible...

All you did was prove my point that you just wanted to brag instead of looking for actual ways to avoiding the WHEA errors by this post though... You first insulted me and gupsterg saying we had no reading comprehension after pointing that your system is unstable if it has WHEA errors. Then you asked other people if WHEA errors were bad, and after it was confirmed it was bad, then you started blaming microsoft windows for reporting the WHEA errors by mistake. After I pointed out that only bragging would be the reason you didn't want to higher voltage, you denied it. Then after you passed 15 mins of RealBench, you brag and call me a skeptic...

I am glad you are stable at that speed. But I do agree that 15 minutes isn't enough. I don't think you need to do 24 hours though. 1 hour should be plenty without error.
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Was able to get that 4000 DDR4 for $188 today, just in time since only had 3 days left to return 2400....

also found the for Acer XG270HU 27 only $369 there today which is the lowest I've seen it.....

You talked me into it, ordered it as well lol.

Considering how long i keep my PC, just felt more comfortable with 4000 stuff in case it ever gets officially supported smile.gif
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Skeptic? I wish everyone here had golden CPU's. All I did was point out your own internal dilemma. I'm glad if you're chip is stable at low volts and I hope its stable even at lower volts if possible...

All you did was prove my point that you just wanted to brag instead of looking for actual ways to avoiding the WHEA errors by this post though... You first insulted me and gupsterg saying we had no reading comprehension after pointing that your system is unstable if it has WHEA errors. Then you asked other people if WHEA errors were bad, and after it was confirmed it was bad, then you started blaming microsoft windows for reporting the WHEA errors by mistake. After I pointed out that only bragging would be the reason you didn't want to higher voltage, you denied it. Then after you passed 15 mins of RealBench, you brag and call me a skeptic...

I am glad you are stable at that speed. But I do agree that 15 minutes isn't enough. I don't think you need to do 24 hours though. 1 hour should be plenty without error.

Oh id never insult Gup, just you for not reading what i wrote. You kept saying up the voltage up the voltage when i told you from the get go i was going to.

You even missed people on stock speeds getting WHEA errors on realbench, and someone else getting WHEA errors using ONLY realbench and everything else had no errors. Yea i'm a bit skeptic, and no i don't need to brag.

It went from 7 errors to 3 to 0 all 3 tests at 15mins all just changing the voltage SLIGHTLY. 1.238, 1.245 and then 1.265.
    
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Oh id never insult Gup, just you for not reading what i wrote. You kept saying up the voltage up the voltage when i told you from the get go i was going to.

You even missed people on stock speeds getting WHEA errors on realbench, and someone else getting WHEA errors using ONLY realbench and everything else had no errors. Yea i'm a bit skeptic, and no i don't need to brag.

It went from 7 errors to 3 to 0 all 3 tests at 15mins all just changing the voltage SLIGHTLY. 1.238, 1.245 and then 1.265.

I stated from the beginning that I knew stock speeds were getting WHEA. So you need to go read more carefully.

Second you took my advice and did increase voltage... I think you're misunderstanding a lot of things...
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Might be the extra cores and threads, but i watch people posting comparison videos between 7700k and ryzen and i kid you not ryzen looks so much smoother for gameplay, even if it gets slightly lower fps avg and max who cares if its more enjoyable. Id rather have a high min fps then high max.

I agree I'm happy with extra cores with decent FPS and in editing/encoding say a home video the R7 is gonna whoop an i7.

I'll be honest I ran my i5 4690K as an experiment for a year+ @ 4.9GHz just to see if it degrade under my usage condition, which are high due to folding at times. Did I need 4.9GHz for gaming? nope. Games I played pretty much so no difference on FPS between 4.9GHz vs 4.4GHz, seemed more GPU bound than CPU.

Now besides the R7 feeling smoother in games, it has amazed me on how low a fan speed I can use when stability testing. As your aware I've been having that little bug where CPU sensor sticks (even though tCTL hasn't) and fans may not ramp if stuck low. So imagine one of my rans of Y-Cruncher IIRC was at min fans of like ~700RPM. Max it touch was 78C with the 3.8GHz @ ~1.35V actual VCORE.

There was no way in hell the i5 could run a stability test like Y-Cruncher and stay at 75C without fans above 1800RPM (TY-143). Running f@h is also quieter on the R7.

So yeah R7 not an OC beast, but is "real bang for $".
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Ultrawide minesweeper? You bet your ass it can haha.
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I implore you not to post photos like that, my bank account has already had a large enough hit! tongue.gif .
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I stated from the beginning that I knew stock speeds were getting WHEA. So you need to go read more carefully.

Second you took my advice and did increase voltage... I think you're misunderstanding a lot of things...

You think ive never OCed before haha. People are getting WHEA errors using realbench only, everything else is perfectly fine and causes ZERO WHEA errors.
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I agree I'm happy with extra cores with decent FPS and in editing/encoding say a home video the R7 is gonna whoop an i7.

I'll be honest I ran my i5 4690K as an experiment for a year+ @ 4.9GHz just to see if it degrade under my usage condition, which are high due to folding at times. Did I need 4.9GHz for gaming? nope. Games I played pretty much so no difference on FPS between 4.9GHz vs 4.4GHz, seemed more GPU bound than CPU.

Now besides the R7 feeling smoother in games, it has amazed me on how low a fan speed I can use when stability testing. As your aware I've been having that little bug where CPU sensor sticks (even though tCTL hasn't) and fans may not ramp if stuck low. So imagine one of my rans of Y-Cruncher IIRC was at min fans of like ~700RPM. Max it touch was 78C with the 3.8GHz @ ~1.35V actual VCORE.

There was no way in hell the i5 could run a stability test like Y-Cruncher and stay at 75C without fans above 1800RPM (TY-143). Running f@h is also quieter on the R7.

So yeah R7 not an OC beast, but is "real bang for $".
I implore you not to post photos like that, my bank account has already had a large enough hit! tongue.gif .

There is no way in hell i could ever go back to no freesync and 16:9 there's just no way lol. Its so much more fun gaming on utlrawide.
    
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Well I'm glad I went for the R7 1700 and didn't wait for a R5 1600X, no cooler peeps (seen other etailers on pricespy @ £250).





Seen a few listings of Wraith Spire go for ~£40 on ebay. So potentially I'd say looking at R7 1700 @ ~£270 with the "leg work" of selling a Wraith Spire vs R7 1600X @ £237.
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I implore you not to post photos like that, my bank account has already had a large enough hit! tongue.gif .

Dude, you gotta join the ultrawide club.

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@lightofhonor

NOOOoooo!

Damn the curve!!! Looks so sweet smile.gif .

I think I've made a "faux pas" comparing R7 1700 to R5 1600X, should be R5 1600, as pointed out to me on r/AMD blushsmiley.gif .
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