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Its an 8 core 16 thread cpu, if you want it to run cool super silent isn't going to happen haha.

No way, I am running super silent with slight overclocks and stock clocks. Silent mode in C6H Noctua fans on H100i cooler no issue. People need to run the largest fans they can fit and everything gets so much quieter. No reason to have fans blaring to run it 5c cooler, just silly.
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You may need the latest Beta. New version fixes vcore and adds in Tdie which is the real temps.



We have similar CPU core power, but why is everyones package draw higher than mine?

Also if there is a better way to post screenshots to make them easier to read, all im doing is print screen>save to paint>post to imgur.
Edited by Scotty99 - 3/27/17 at 11:46am
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We have similar CPU core power, but why is everyones package draw higher than mine?

If I had to guess, the Tclt comes into play with Package Power, but who knows. Honestly the only way to really know is using something like a kill-a-watt.

Let me know if you have one smile.gif
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Now this is interesting. I've got it booting (at the very least) with 1.35Vcore and 4.0Ghz. Yet the system is actually slower seeming than leaving everything on stock. For the moment the Ram timings and everything are set to auto.

Right now the only things that have been changed are the Vcore and Multi (?) /FID

I'll see about getting some Bio pics up to maybe see if one of you who has been going at this much longer can point out where I'm going wrong.
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Well i guess my question would be what is a more accurate number in judging what the CPU is drawing from the wall? And no no kill a watt meter, i really should get one tho.

Considering this is the first time ive seen this VDDR CPU number in any temp monitoring program in the past (its always package power) not sure how to rate this.
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Now this is interesting. I've got it booting (at the very least) with 1.35Vcore and 4.0Ghz. Yet the system is actually slower seeming than leaving everything on stock. For the moment the Ram timings and everything are set to auto.

Right now the only things that have been changed are the Vcore and Multi (?) /FID

I'll see about getting some Bio pics up to maybe see if one of you who has been going at this much longer can point out where I'm going wrong.

On my board, if I do a Pstate only overclock above 3.9ghz, it actually runs at 3ghz even though apps like Cinebench still report 4.0ghz or whatever. CPU-z reads it as 3ghz.
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Well i guess my question would be what is a more accurate number in judging what the CPU is drawing from the wall? And no no kill a watt meter, i really should get one tho.

Considering this is the first time ive seen this VDDR CPU number in any temp monitoring program in the past (its always package power) not sure how to rate this.

I think it's a bit more accurate. I reran the tests @ 3.9ghz 1.344 vcore and the Package Power barely moved, but the other numbers jumped like 15w.


Edited by lightofhonor - 3/27/17 at 12:02pm
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On my board, if I do a Pstate only overclock above 3.9ghz, it actually runs at 3ghz even though apps like Cinebench still report 4.0ghz or whatever. CPU-z reads it as 3ghz.

That's pretty much the only value this board will allow me to change that I have seen. Everything does report the CPU being at 4.0 including all the different software.

Please see the attached Bio images. I'll be returning to stock and reading more on (what I can find anyway) OC'ing on my board. It is different than what is stated in the sig rig though.





I do want to note that when changing the AI Overclock Tuner to D.O.C.P it will set the Ram to it's default speed and remove any stability I get with it on auto.

Also testing Cinebench at 1.375 which is why that value shows as that.

Edit: dropping to 3.9 to do some testing there and then working from that. Windows boots at 1.35 @ 4.0 but won't pass anything.

Not so ninja edit: Dropping to 3.9 resulted in instant windows crash. This is getting interesting
Edited by Wolfeshaman - 3/27/17 at 12:14pm
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yer, I'm still confused here as to the cpu-nb voltage on this ryzen chip that does the memory controller , what are they using now please?
    
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Sadly I have the same RAM and Issue on Aorus gaming 5 my Trident 3200 c16 will only run at 2400. Been hoping either someone comes up a magic Voltage/timing combo or mobo launches new Bios. Either way can't blame the RAM for the system not liking it.



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lol another day off from work. instead of video games i'll play the game of chance and push the volts until this thing cooperates with me.



EDIT: why don't we have a voice chat room we can chill in and shoot the bidness while we tinker? (discord and ts3 is on phones)
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