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3.8GHz DMM: ~1.35V HWiNFO VDDCR_CPU: 1.325V (max), seems right to me from:-

A) that we know pro belt has llc for supply to "power plane".

B) rough compare of wall power meter vs HWiNFO.

C) C6H owner compare of pro belt vcore vs read at socket.
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

Will add your info to DB, thanks smile.gif . Any chance of a CPU-Z validation so I can copy paste info out?
3.9GHz on my current is 1.465V on DMM for 10 pass of x264 redface.gif .

Just about to tear up rig to install new one! I pray to the silicon gods now wink.gif .

Sure im3t4y-6.png

For some reason cpu-z reads half of my vcore.
Edited by bloot - 3/28/17 at 4:31am
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

3.8GHz DMM: ~1.35V HWiNFO VDDCR_CPU: 1.325V (max), seems right to me from:-

A) that we know pro belt has llc for supply to "power plane".

B) rough compare of wall power meter vs HWiNFO.

C) C6H owner compare of pro belt vcore vs read at socket.

If were going by max mine is pretty close as well. CPUz under load shows 1.199 though, and hwinfo shows 1.194 under cinebench. That seems like quite a lot of vdroop but if it does indeed do 3.8 at 1.199 thats pretty damn impressive. I just checked (since i was messing with ram this morning) my offset is set to exactly -.100
    
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post #6644 of 11503
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

3.8GHz DMM: ~1.35V HWiNFO VDDCR_CPU: 1.325V (max), seems right to me from:-

A) that we know pro belt has llc for supply to "power plane".

B) rough compare of wall power meter vs HWiNFO.

C) C6H owner compare of pro belt vcore vs read at socket.

Need to wire in so you can do idle/load at socket with ease.

Also digi power settings can drastically change outcome of idle/load.

My board is reserved (ch6). About to take the 2 hour round trip to get it.

First on agenda...hot iron/void warranty.

I actually did a video of the prime x370 pro and all digi settings and how they effect vcore/soc but since some idiots thumbed down last video with info that provides real vcore/soc measurements that are useful i figured screw them i wont share the info then.
Edited by chew* - 3/28/17 at 7:24am
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

B die 1.45v ( the safe range)

I can run tighter. but 10 timings on amd not happy imc.

I can pull 28 down a lot more but ehh was just fooling around

that's actually 11-11-11

Terrific kit you got there! I can't boot at 12-12-12 1.45V. drool.gif

Are you pulling down the 3rd timing?




AIDA 64 is still rather erratic. But this thing is rather showing DRAM efficiency!

Had some time to wrestle a handful of timings as well establish my final OC.

Single versus dual channels.

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It was 11-11-11-11-22 in bios. Was fooling around with 32m pi...it runs/passes.

But this board is slow in 32m. Board im picking up is not smile.gif

Think i ran like 8:44 last night....so win 7 would be 8:55 to 8:56 locked at 3990 for 4gig low clock challenge.

Win 7 seems 11 secs slower consistently than Win 10.

For reference sake ive seen much worse and much better. Extremely board dependant.
Edited by chew* - 3/28/17 at 7:51am
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It was 11-11-11-11-22 in bios. Was fooling around with 32m pi...it runs/passes.

But this board is slow in 32m. Board im picking up is not smile.gif

haha. you better hurry up.

did you mess up with the 3rd timing? thumb.gif
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haha. you better hurry up.

did you mess up with the 3rd timing? thumb.gif

Everything i sucked in is what i have access to. Board is only a mainstream. My micro codes old 800105?

Heres a fast board wink.gif

One of my benching partners who competed in MOA with me in US finals did this result.



8:21 @ 3990....if its to small to read...

We are old school pros so we will probably buy every board to compare effeciency per benchmark lol.
Edited by chew* - 3/28/17 at 7:49am
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Which means, this Giga is pretty slow. biggrin.gif

Already off by 8 secs in loop 9. biggrin.gif

Not soo bad for 24/7


Edited by mus1mus - 3/28/17 at 8:02am
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Which means, this Giga is pretty slow. biggrin.gif

Already off by 8 secs in loop 9. biggrin.gif

Yep noticed that with gaming 5....i told them. Once i tell them ehh it is out of my hands.

Biostar gt7 = slow

Gaming 5 = slow

Prime b350 plus = tad faster

Prime x370 = tad faster

Ch6 = uber fast

Waiting on other buddy to run our settings on asrock fatality.

Save money if the 3 of us are buying all different boards lol biggrin.gif
Edited by chew* - 3/28/17 at 8:04am
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