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Has anyone made a Ryzen gaming thread? Seriously, we need a thread strictly devoted to testing game after game after game with the Ryzen 7/5 against Intel's i7 CPUs, just so we can possibly create a better story about what Ryzen is capable of and how it evolves overtime.

What got me thinking is this:



Result for Valley and a GTX 1070 SLI/Ryzen 1800X @ 1080P: 92.6 FPS

Yet, my system, with a stock i7 4790k and GTX 1070 SLI, same settings, gets this.



There is NO WAY that my i7 4790k @ stock is 40% faster in Valley when running an SLI setup. I just cannot believe that is true.
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Well here is where i am at so far. Not super cherry chip. But better than some.
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You can get 3200 to work just by bumping VTT DDR a bit from default and leave SoC on Auto. I have VTT DDR at 0.650V from the default 0.600V. ASUS Prime X370 Pro motherboard.
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So my 4000 ram should be here tuesday.

Ive seen at least 3 people say ryzen does not get along with odd memory timings, yet cas 15 is the only speed i can boot at with my PC lol. That said, my 4000 ram is cas 19, would 15 15 15 36 be a good starting off point for 3200? Has anyone with an asrock killer board gotten 3200 to boot yet?

Looser timings provide more stability than tighter timings.....so it depends if you want to start out crashing and loosen until you get stable...or start out with stable timings and tighten them until you start crashing.
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I was just trying to extrapolate given the cas 19 4000 timings, what the kit would have been binned at if they sold it at 3200 speeds.
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CAS 16 seems to be about the middle ground for 3200 kits...some are C14...some might be C18.

EDIT: Actually I don't see any C18. Looks like about 70% are C16..and about 15% each C15 and C14. I would start with C16 and lower from there if it's stable.
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You can get 3200 to work just by bumping VTT DDR a bit from default and leave SoC on Auto. I have VTT DDR at 0.650V from the default 0.600V. ASUS Prime X370 Pro motherboard.

The formula for vtt (dram termination) is 50% of ddr voltage.

.600 is for 1.2vddr .650 is for 1.3vddr

.675 is for 1.35 vddr.

Auto it will climb with vddr the way it is supposed to in sync.

So basically you running it @ .650 if your running @ 1.35 is out of sync.
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Well most trident kits are 14, was just wondering if my cas 19 4000 kit would be able to hit that. I mean it should....given its sold as 4000, im sure not many kits get binned that high.
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The formula for vtt (dram termination) is 50% of ddr voltage.

.600 is for 1.2vddr .650 is for 1.3vddr

.675 is for 1.35 vddr.

Auto it will climb with vddr the way it is supposed to in sync.

So basically you running it @ .650 if your running @ 1.35 is out of sync.

Thats what i thought too, his comment was confusing to me. I have seen people say increasing SoC voltage got their ram to boot, but never vtt.
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Has anyone made a Ryzen gaming thread? Seriously, we need a thread strictly devoted to testing game after game after game with the Ryzen 7/5 against Intel's i7 CPUs, just so we can possibly create a better story about what Ryzen is capable of and how it evolves overtime.

What got me thinking is this:
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Result for Valley and a GTX 1070 SLI/Ryzen 1800X @ 1080P: 92.6 FPS

Yet, my system, with a stock i7 4790k and GTX 1070 SLI, same settings, gets this.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

There is NO WAY that my i7 4790k @ stock is 40% faster in Valley when running an SLI setup. I just cannot believe that is true.

I'm all for that..although it is hard to get consistent data just because everyone's systems can be so different. Different RAM, different GPUs, different OCs, etc.
I will definitely be doing some benchmarks with single and crossfired 290s once I get my system OCed the way I want it.
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Well most trident kits are 14, was just wondering if my cas 19 4000 kit would be able to hit that. I mean it should....given its sold as 4000, im sure not many kits get binned that high.

The best way to know is try it and find out.
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