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Would love to see you make a run around a busy dalaran with FPS counter open, i can hit 60 most times but there are areas there where it dips into low 50's and high 40's in spots, game feels really choppy compared to my 2500k system.

And i have tried this on my monitor as well guys, i can only explain to you that the sandy bridge rig feels a lot smoother, and holds a consistently higher framerate.

As for something "wrong" with my system or windows install, its all brand new. Ive tried bios at default settings, SMT disabled, core parking, affinity you name it all results in the same worse than expected WoW performance. Please remember here, WoW is the only game i am having a problem with, every other game plays better than my old system.

Will do,and on an AMD card on top of that. WoW uses nvidia gameworks.
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Will do,and on an AMD card on top of that. WoW uses nvidia gameworks.

My server isnt busy at the moment or id post a screenshot, but if you look towards the horde bank directly between "the wonderworks" and "simply enchanting" during busy hours ive dipped all the way down to low 40's in that spot, and when just running by it the choppyness is super noticeable.

I mean maybe its possible 1440p is a fix if what you claim is true? I just find it hard to believe putting more GPU load will instantly fix the shortcomings of the CPU in WoW.

Also my settings are:

7 preset
fullscreen windowed
vsync on
cmaa

Advanced screen all default.
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My server isnt busy at the moment or id post a screenshot, but if you look towards the horde bank directly between "the wonderworks" and "simply enchanting" during busy hours ive dipped all the way down to low 40's in that spot, and when just running by it the choppyness is super noticeable.

I mean maybe its possible 1440p is a fix if what you claim is true? I just find it hard to believe putting more GPU load will instantly fix the shortcomings of the CPU in WoW.

Also my settings are:

7 preset
fullscreen windowed
vsync on
cmaa

Advanced screen all default.

I always run real fullscreen, windowed has a penalty. The hardest area for me in dalaran is the intersection where your purple hearthstone takes you.
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Model: R7 1700
Sku: YD1700BBM88AE
Batch: UA 1709PGT
Country: Malaysia

Is officially a DUD. Last night it passed 24 loops x264.

Voltages


VCORE: ~1.35V SOC: ~0.890V, DMM Pro Belt readings, rest voltages stock.

Settings


CPU: 3.7GHz DF: 1200MHz RAM: 2400MHz C14 1T LLC: [Auto]





Today I had let it run f@h for 4hrs, showing ~68°C, where as my 1st for same OC with ~1.26V is 60°C. My 1st has had a lot of stability testing and I have used it for web browsing / office work whilst running the stability tests. 2nd today went blackscreen whilst browsing web and doing f@h, then C6H showed Q-Code 8. I had hoped I would be able to lower the VCORE on the 2nd for 3.7GHz ACB OC, from this crash it would mean no.

Pulling the CPU from rig and not wasting any more time on it .
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hey scotty, have you tested your potato out with furmark?, been running test with it and the donut staggers a bit, I up the gpu voltage in my graphics driver and the donut get better. seem the factory over clock is not set up right as they want clock and the right temp, leaving the card undervolted. problem is that it gets to hot with a good voltage. I'm not forking out the extra cash for water blocks for my old cards.
i can prove that the fps got better two, i have benchs to prove so.
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1459702 timespy with 4243 score
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1459636 timespy with 4144 score.

there has been a system change though between the two score and that is that i have installed 4gb of 1333mhz, making my system 12gb of 1333 vs the older 8gb of 1866mhz.
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Finally got my R7 1700. I do have a question for those who upgraded their current AMD hardware to this platform using their current W10 installation on their disk, did it require a new registration/activation?
I kept notes on my product ID and install key using show key. It work last time when I replaced my SSD.
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Finally got my R7 1700. I do have a question for those who upgraded their current AMD hardware to this platform using their current W10 installation on their disk, did it require a new registration/activation?
I kept notes on my product ID and install key using show key. It work last time when I replaced my SSD.

Just reactivation but mine was done by reinstalling windows then copying a disk image of all my old data over the new install, with all fresh drivers etc.

But then again my version of windows 10 was an upgrade from Win 7, not sure what would happen if you started out with windows 10.
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Finally got my R7 1700. I do have a question for those who upgraded their current AMD hardware to this platform using their current W10 installation on their disk, did it require a new registration/activation?
I kept notes on my product ID and install key using show key. It work last time when I replaced my SSD.


it will need re-activation; it's a tossup if you'll need to call to reauthorize.
SSD wouldn't have triggered it; drives are not considered a "major hardware change"
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I think I should finish all my current work before pulling in this platform. I think I might need an insurance policy (buy a new W10 retail but need to save for it first) if anything goes wrong. I just did a reset last November and I don't feel like installing my programs all over again.

Thanks for your insights, appreciate it thumb.gif

Was hoping to get made in China cpu but only 1 left in store and made in Malaysia. UA1707PGT. No plans of a major overclock but want to run the G.Skill kit 16GX2 DDR4 3000 CL 14-14-14-34. Will use this for 3D CAD and KeyShot rendering. I think the major improvement from my current FX8370 is the I/O performance. Will mate it with my Sapphire RX 470 4GDR OC Titanium gpu. Excited and apprehensive a the same time rolleyes.gif
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@bluej511

In the UEFI is a "Performance Bias" option or something like that, it wil have Cinebench there, should give ya +50pts in CB. Johan45 mentioned it, yet to try.

I get ~1640/50 without the "Performance Bias" @ 3.8GHz+2400MHz C14, aren't you at higher RAM than me?

Im at 2933. I think best i got was 1665cb but not sure I'll run it again in a few mins. Theres a difference between hp and balanced as well.

Edit: Yea gup just ran it again that's what I'm getting, 1665cb. It's a bit lower when running it at balanced mode but yea its alright. 3.8 and 2933 ram.
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