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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

By any chance did you get min on Kill-a-watt? cheers smile.gif .

Even though I had higher VCORE ~1.35V my total rig as stated used MAX 230W (post).

98W.

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Package:



Low CB score due to my ram being stuck at 2400 lol.

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3.8ghz, ram at 2400mhz
Edited by josephimports - 3/27/17 at 11:18am
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post #6473 of 11486
So it appears so far there is at least a 15-30w power draw discrepancy between 1700 and x chips so far even overclocked.

Ideally someone with a 1700x and asrock killer SLI would post, could copy my exact overclock and know for sure : )
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AFAIK lower leakage, higher voltage, lower power draw and higher leakage, lower voltage, higher power draw.

Ack. Good catch.
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Right but ive seen two people in this thread say the ONLY reason power draw on 1700 was lower was because of its low stock clocks. This exercise shows even when overclocked, 65w chips appear to draw less power as well.

Well ya and one of those guys doesn't know that TDP is not power draw. It makes perfect sense his conclusions are fallacious. Lol.
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There is actually a lot of evidence ram is to blame, i have not seen anyone who has b die samsung ram stuck at 2400 or 2666, most people seem to hit 2933 fairly easy.

Ya its more expensive, but early testing it appears to be worth it if you dont want to deal with the headaches.

Edit:
Just to be clear its likely all 3200 ram on the market will be able to hit rated speeds eventually, but it appears getting samsung b die is the best bet for early adopters to run at rated (or close) speeds. Gskill flare x is all samsung b die from what i gathered, which is "optimized" for ryzen.

Thanks for clearing that up for me thumb.gif
That is very interesting indeed, although Samsung chips in general have been known to be of higher quality, right?
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Wall plug meter total system: Min: 97W Max: 230W (can rerun with photos/video of meter)

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X
Peaked at 112W with vcore max 1.254v, SOC .980v using hwinfo v3125. Kill-a-watt max 291W.
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By any chance did you get min on Kill-a-watt? cheers smile.gif .

Even though I had higher VCORE ~1.35V my total rig as stated used MAX 230W (post).
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98W.

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How accurate are these wall plugs? seems nutty that you're at what ~193W MAX and mine was ~133W MAX.
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Ya from what i understand the samsung b die stuff just jives better with ryzens memory controller. There is a thread over at HWbot forums that lists all the ram that has b-die:
http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=152523&page=19

I cant comment on quality other than if price denotes quality, then yes lol. I still cant believe i spent 188 dollars for ram, but at least it was a 4000 kit.
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Something feels a bit off. What am I doing wrong? hasn't crashed in Windows and downloading Cinebench for a quickie. but that VID seems a bit off from what I've been seeing in this thread.

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post #6480 of 11486
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I meant 2933, sorry

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Cool, still need more people to post. Not a huge difference there but 17 watts is something. Yours is closest to my vcore of 1.248.

Eh? 1.225v with 1 LLC

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