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Ahhh gamernexus, the joke of the internet. I don't even need to watch the video to know that he puts blame on AMD lol.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=705YHr1DyMw

It's a damn shame, he makes good videos before, not lying, but he is terribly biased as all hell the minute the Ryzen launch happened.
     
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It's a damn shame, he makes good videos before, not lying, but he is terribly biased as all hell the minute the Ryzen launch happened.

Oh yea its god awful, and i love how he only gets 3 manufacturers to turn on AMD, out of the oh idk HUNDREDS of cooling manufacturers.

Even ekwb had time to make two different screw designs lol. One that uses their own backplate and one that uses the AMD one.
    
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did he used to work for a cooler company or something. its strange how much inside baseball he lets us in on supposedly.

EDIT: i know for some reason most of the techtubers actually worked for NCIX or newegg at one point... makes me feel conspiracy bout it all sometimes. like... fire em and then kinda keep em supplied with parts to review and in a way they are still employees doing unpaid video work.
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did he used to work for a cooler company or something. its strange how much inside baseball he lets us in on supposedly.

EDIT: i know for some reason most of the techtubers actually worked for NCIX or newegg at one point... makes me feel conspiracy bout it all sometimes. like... fire em and then kinda keep em supplied with parts to review and in a way they are still employees doing unpaid video work.

Yea hes an odd one. Probably worked for Corsair/Astek before, i can tell by his LOVE of adding AIOs to brand new gpus and destroying em in the process. He's a total tool. Most of em really are, i don't take tech reviewers seriously, its all paid advertising and paid reviews.

Its why i read game reviews on steam and product reviews on amazon/newegg and so on. Theres no better review then someone whose actually using it on a DAILY basis and whose not paid to use it but actually paid to use it.
    
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What microcode ya'll on?
Same for my C6H board. I think the microcode on all current BIOS versions is going to be the same. Might change in a week or two as AMD released something new this last week. Elmor (the ASUS ROG R&D guy that helps us C6H owners out) says a new BIOS with new AGESA code will be out soon. I'm assuming all manufacturers will put it in as well.
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Yea hes an odd one. Probably worked for Corsair/Astek before, i can tell by his LOVE of adding AIOs to brand new gpus and destroying em in the process. He's a total tool. Most of em really are, i don't take tech reviewers seriously, its all paid advertising and paid reviews.

Its why i read game reviews on steam and product reviews on amazon/newegg and so on. Theres no better review then someone whose actually using it on a DAILY basis and whose not paid to use it but actually paid to use it.
its a shame since he has such a good testing method.
eh
i still watch gamersnexus, bitwit, pauls hardware, adored, jayztwocents, LTT, tech city, tiny tom and his awesome rambling long vids, hardware unboxed and level1techs. i'll argue with every one of them about flaws in their ryzen testing... but not in a mean way, in a constructive way... its why i haven't gone out and put a better bigger ryzen testing video just yet on my channel... the chip ain't ready yet and the mass public won't understand a lick of the reason why. no offense to the general public that just games all day biggrin.gif

there is just too much information to unload on everyone that i've collected in this brain, and i'm sure everyone in this giant thread has too. we all know how the damn thing performs and we know the tests in which we just tilt our head like a dog in confusion about.
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its a shame since he has such a good testing method.
eh
i still watch gamersnexus, bitwit, pauls hardware, adored, jayztwocents, LTT, tech city, tiny tom and his awesome rambling long vids, hardware unboxed and level1techs. i'll argue with every one of them about flaws in their ryzen testing... but not in a mean way, in a constructive way... its why i haven't gone out and put a better bigger ryzen testing video just yet on my channel... the chip ain't ready yet and the mass public won't understand a lick of the reason why. no offense to the general public that just games all day biggrin.gif

Thats because the general public is retarded, just like how i used to like Brian from techyescity until he started blaming Intel TIM for the high kaby lake temps lol. Come on man at least do some research.

Hardwareunboxed i have to say is alright from the few vids of his I've seen. Paulshardware used to work for newegg i believe but he seems like a total tool but he is quite knowledgeable. Ive been building PCs and testing stuff longer then I've been driving and im 32.

I still have people argue with me on stuff I've tested over 6months. Like the people still having ekwb issues who haven't tried what i suggested (thats worked on 2 motherboards so far, taken apart 6x on my gaming 5 and will be again once i order my kryonaut paste and maybe even try clu on ryzen ihs) so clearly it works.
    
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Hey guys, ran into an issue I'm looking for advice on. After running stress tests last night and shutting down for the evening, my system no longer boots up with the RAM at 3200MHz. It was fine all week and even survived 12 hours of AIDA64 testing. If I shift it down to 2933 I'm able to boot no problem and stress test just fine.

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Ryzen 1700 4GHz @ 1.42v
GSkill Ripjaws V 3200MHz CL14 2x8gb (Samsung)
ASRock Fatality Professional w/ 1.6 bios.

The voltages are auto except for 1.35 vdimm and 1.1 VDDP. Even raising those as well as the SOC voltage does nothing. Lowering my OC to 3.8GHz still hits a brick wall with 3200. Not sure if all the stress testing and peak voltage under load (1.456) has degraded the IMC. Anyone have thoughts on the matter? I suppose I could always wait for another BIOS update.
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Hey guys, ran into an issue I'm looking for advice on. After running stress tests last night and shutting down for the evening, my system no longer boots up with the RAM at 3200MHz. It was fine all week and even survived 12 hours of AIDA64 testing. If I shift it down to 2933 I'm able to boot no problem and stress test just fine.

My Specs are:
Ryzen 1700 4GHz @ 1.42v
GSkill Ripjaws V 3200MHz CL14 2x8gb (Samsung)
ASRock Fatality Professional w/ 1.6 bios.

The voltages are auto except for 1.35 vdimm and 1.1 VDDP. Even raising those as well as the SOC voltage does nothing. Lowering my OC to 3.8GHz still hits a brick wall with 3200. Not sure if all the stress testing and peak voltage under load (1.456) has degraded the IMC. Anyone have thoughts on the matter? I suppose I could always wait for another BIOS update.

Welcome to EVERYONES world lol.

I had it running on 3200mhz for an hr, shut off my PC has been fine at 2933 for the past 2 days. It seems to be a BIOS/microcode issue and should be fixed soon. I think the people who have it at 3200mhz don't shut off their PC or maybe even use sleep. I have not been able to get 3200mhz ever since it worked once and that was it. Even booted up at 3200mhz.
    
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Yea hes an odd one. Probably worked for Corsair/Astek before, i can tell by his LOVE of adding AIOs to brand new gpus and destroying em in the process. He's a total tool. Most of em really are, i don't take tech reviewers seriously, its all paid advertising and paid reviews.

Its why i read game reviews on steam and product reviews on amazon/newegg and so on. Theres no better review then someone whose actually using it on a DAILY basis and whose not paid to use it but actually paid to use it.

Yea, the ones that gets free samples is already influenced and becomes biased from the get go.

The fact that you get a free sample already binds you to an agreement to the provider, and that is to not put the provider in a negative light.

So, the "free" samples are never really free samples to begin with, for it brings the taint of bias and corrupt results. Just to get the free samples
to continue doing the videos for Youtube money without having to pay for the hardware.
     
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