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everything always works. nothing isn't working... everything IS JUST FINE HERE IN MY COMPUTER OMG GET THE FIRE EXTINGUISHER


that is with the -20 offset on the temp too
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Asrock boards are set up in a way where offset really is the best way to go.

The numbers are super weird that needs to be fixed in an update, for example the 3125 number loads in windows at 1.248. Guy a page back had a 14*** number for 1.376.

Like he said this way all the power consumption/cool n quiet stuff works at idle, and all the cores boost to what you set multi when under load.

It all depends on where your CPU defaults at too. 1700 is great since it has such a low starting voltage, whereas a 1700X starts at 1.35v so offset can only go up from there :-/
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Setting this memory to spec was a breeze. Running at 3200C14 and no problems so far. I just put 1.36v for the ram voltage and half to that other ram voltage variable of which I have forgotten the name redface.gif . SoC at 1v.

CPU still stock on auto.

http://valid.x86.fr/4w7fnf

Nvm imma derp smile.gif
Edited by Scotty99 - 3/27/17 at 1:16pm
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It all depends on where your CPU defaults at too. 1700 is great since it has such a low starting voltage, whereas a 1700X starts at 1.35v so offset can only go up from there :-/

Wow really? That sucks for x owners, since asrock does not have negative offset values yet.

Maybe thats the reason tech city didnt use offset for his review of the asrock fatality gaming, i bet he had an x chip.
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Pacakge power is low even when stressing with intelburn test wth.gif


Your cpu power is 160w though.
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guess i don't care much about the whole power savings deal... my 5820k was always idle around 60-100w but most of the time it was being used soooo 200w-ish
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What ram you go with? Hoping my 4000 kit has the same experience smile.gif

This kit:
http://gskill.com/en/product/f4-3200c14d-16gfx
It has 'A500' as part of the serial number, so I'm assuming it's Samsung B-die.

I think it is probable that this kit is just the Trident Z 3200C14 under a different name and heatspreader. Pricing was around the same too, but this one was in stock. Manufactured this march, fresh from the factory.
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Wow really? That sucks for x owners, since asrock does not have negative offset values yet.

Maybe thats the reason tech city didnt use offset for his review of the asrock fatality gaming, i bet he had an x chip.

Hence me using Pstate for my 3.9 overclock, although setting the volts to stock and the LLC to 5 seems to get close enough.

a 3.8 overclock 1.225v, pstates are a must unless you do Fixed.
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Ya it seems for x chips P states is what you need to do, didnt realize the starting volts were so high on those. Shame too, because people coming from intel to amd like me will get confused, as offset/multi is how we have been overclocking for years now.

Im sure asrock will add negative offsets eventually tho.
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Ya it seems for x chips P states is what you need to do, didnt realize the starting volts were so high on those. Shame too, because people coming from intel to amd like me will get confused, as offset/multi is how we have been overclocking for years now.

Im sure asrock will add negative offsets eventually tho.

Not really an issue if you are going for 4ghz and only a bit higher than needed for 3.9.

I HAVE to do a least 3.9ghz if I don't want to lose single thread performance.

Although in general Pstates are better since offset increases the voltages everywhere.
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