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post #6591 of 11538
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Not mine. lol


Mine are even lower than yours redface.gif
post #6592 of 11538
Must be a subtiming thing; they do say 3200 is a bit broken.

@savagebunny is on 2933 and we're on 3200.

You beat me as you're on 100.1 blck and I'm on default, 99.8
post #6593 of 11538
That latency........ and bandwidth thumb.gif
post #6594 of 11538
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8x Ryzen 7 1800X HT     4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 38713 MB/s
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8x Ryzen 7 1800X HT     4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 40526 MB/s
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Ryzen 7 1800X           4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 91.2 ns
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8x Ryzen 7 1800X HT     4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 93014
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8x Ryzen 7 1800X HT     4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 748.7 MB/s
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8x Ryzen 7 1800X HT     4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 70974 MB/s
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8x Ryzen 7 1800X HT     4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 24115 MB/s
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8x Ryzen 7 1800X HT     4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 8015
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8x Ryzen 7 1800X HT     4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 40479
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8x Ryzen 7 1800X HT     4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 21045
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8x Ryzen 7 1800X HT     4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 13680
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8x Ryzen 7 1800X HT     4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 8306 KRay/s
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8x Ryzen 7 1800X HT     4000 MHz  ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac                                               X370                  Dual DDR4-2661        16-17-17-35 CR1 4288 KRay/s
post #6595 of 11538
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

Must be a subtiming thing; they do say 3200 is a bit broken.

@savagebunny is on 2933 and we're on 3200.

You beat me as you're on 100.1 blck and I'm on default, 99.8

I can try 2933. lol

Worse. lol
Edited by mus1mus - 3/27/17 at 6:43pm
post #6596 of 11538
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Originally Posted by savagebunny View Post

Yup

Since you have the paid version, try something if you would:

Open AIDA64. Click "File" right under the icon. Click "Preferences". Scroll down to "OSD" and expand that. Let it detect your sensors, then pick the ones in the list, click the "usual suspects" and Apply.

Let us know what pops up.
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post #6597 of 11538
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Originally Posted by GnarlyCharlie View Post

Since you have the paid version, try something if you would:

Open AIDA64. Click "File" right under the icon. Click "Preferences". Scroll down to "OSD" and expand that. Let it detect your sensors, then pick the ones in the list, click the "usual suspects" and Apply.

Let us know what pops up.

Usual suspects meaning the ones us are always checking in HWiNFO and CPU-z? Pretty sure I got all of them.

post #6598 of 11538
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Originally Posted by GnarlyCharlie View Post

Since you have the paid version, try something if you would:

Open AIDA64. Click "File" right under the icon. Click "Preferences". Scroll down to "OSD" and expand that. Let it detect your sensors, then pick the ones in the list, click the "usual suspects" and Apply.

Let us know what pops up.
why did u want this, your request was cryptic at best
post #6599 of 11538
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Originally Posted by navjack27 View Post

why did u want this, your request was cryptic at best

To see how Aida64 detects the various settings in Ryzen systems compared to HWInfo or the on-board utilities. That's all.

I like it, thought maybe others would.
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post #6600 of 11538
eh it was just "usual suspects" but i think i accomplished that :-P
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