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No I didn't miss that. Power draw is not the same thing as TDP. They may at sometimes be the same value, but they are completely different things. Honestly, how obtuse can you be?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermal_design_power

Yea people need to stop arguing that TDP is the same as wattage used lol. Not really the same thing, as he said it can be close sometimes but most of the time it differs.
    
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No I didn't miss that. Power draw is not the same thing as TDP. They may at sometimes be the same value, but they are completely different things. Honestly, how obtuse can you be?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermal_design_power

You are the one being obtuse. I didn't mention TDP.
Was talking about Power Draw all along. Granted I made a mistake about their claims. But I am not talking about the 95W figure. You did.
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L2 and L3 latencies are much better now I can confirm biggrin.gif


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But 5.90 is out. rolleyes.gif

That's why I just posted comparison, FinalWire just released it today.

https://www.aida64.com/news/pr/aida64-v590-press-release
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That's why I just posted comparison, FinalWire just released it today.

https://www.aida64.com/news/pr/aida64-v590-press-release

my bad. But honestly, how did you manage to get those kind of numbers?
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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.
Yes that's why you can't blame the memory . It's not gskill fault that Ryzen and Mobo's don't get along w Hynix sticks. These Hynix sticks work fine at rated speed on all the other systems I have so like I said its not the memory to blame it's Immature BIOS or a memory controller that doesn't get along w Hynix.
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booted -


and was able to get these :


and

http://valid.x86.fr/2me07k

I am going to try some realbench in a few -

so far my previous attempts haven't had enough volts. I appreciate it. now to wonder what my temp should be ... LOL

Glad it's working for you, welcome smile.gif

re-quoted you -
so I got this to work - with a 45 min stability test (AIDA64) - i KNOW this isn't enough - but for now it will be.
all other voltages lasted 2-3 min.

here is HWMonitor (as you can see, it bounces from 1.376 to 1.392):


as my phone is being.... very android like; this is my Offset # as shown in A-Tuning :



the only question I have is - is my temps on par - I'd want to think so, because I can't get a much bigger Air cooler (Noctua NH-D15S single NF-A15) with Kryonaut.
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Anyone else notice that Ryzen seems a bit fond of lots and lots of TIM? I'm guessing it has something to do with the cores being on the edge of the IHS. I noticed quite a bit of difference in using the pea method (which is fine on tiny LGA1150/56/55 chips) and the large cross method of applying. The pea method always gives me a slight bit to little to cover the entire IHS, but covers the cores quite well, but the cross covers the entire thing in a ton of paste (though not so thick of a layer).

May just be me thinking I saw something, but it's interesting to see from someone coming from an Ivy Bridge where a tiny amount seemed to be best.
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my bad. But honestly, how did you manage to get those kind of numbers?

Honestly, I don't have a damn clue. I just run it and let it roll. I'm not sure why I get higher numbers.
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