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Spent half an hour and drew a Corsair AM4 bracket.

I haven't printed or tested it yet, but it should be a perfect fit.

It's made a lot thicker than metal brackets to overcome plastics's lower strength. It should match the strength of 1mm steel brackets.

File can be opened in solidworks 2014 and up once you remove the txt extension.






AM4.SLDPRT.txt 508k .txt file

what if I don't have solidworks? tongue.gif
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Everyone seems to be getting different temps again huh haha. My tdie under load maxes out at like 21°C, my tctl under load maxes you at around 48°C and cpu under mobo maxes out at around 53°C. This is on water with a 360 and 240mm rad with the 360 being in push/pull and the 240 being in push, all the fans running around 1100rpm, with 3 top intakes fans running at abour 1100rpm as well.

This is at 1.268v on ddm, hwinfo shows 1.199v under load, vcore shows up as 1.221v so all 3 measurements are all over the place and so are my temps haha. When using RTSS though I'm using my tctl to measure temps, shows below 40°C always during gaming and gpu stays at around 40°C. I havent messed with miskew and offset and all that so in my case it seems the 20°C offset is already taken off, it idles around 27°C with water temp of around 24°C so that seems to be about where it should be. Its pulling about 17w at idle, the gpu pulling another 15w or so.
    
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I woke up at 3 am, mus1mus and jeffdamann were at it, now I get up and you still are, do you folks not sleep?

Thanks to those for the replies, from what I understood the 1700 is the best bang for the buck as it can pretty much reach the same levels of the 1800x for a lot of money less, just make sure you have fast ram. What about timings? Is this important also?
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I woke up at 3 am, mus1mus and jeffdamann were at it, now I get up and you still are, do you folks not sleep?

Thanks to those for the replies, from what I understood the 1700 is the best bang for the buck as it can pretty much reach the same levels of the 1800x for a lot of money less, just make sure you have fast ram. What about timings? Is this important also?

they are important enough to work on - but top speed is more important overall (if you had to pick between the two)
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I woke up at 3 am, mus1mus and jeffdamann were at it, now I get up and you still are, do you folks not sleep?

Thanks to those for the replies, from what I understood the 1700 is the best bang for the buck as it can pretty much reach the same levels of the 1800x for a lot of money less, just make sure you have fast ram. What about timings? Is this important also?

I'm on a different time zone you know. biggrin.gif

Timings does not matter that much for now.
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they are important enough to work on - but top speed is more important overall (if you had to pick between the two)
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I'm on a different time zone you know. biggrin.gif

Timings does not matter that much for now.

Well, that makes sense.

And regarding speed? Is there any advantage over 3200? Those are pretty inexpensive while going up to 4000 can cost almost twice as much.
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Well, that makes sense.

And regarding speed? Is there any advantage over 3200? Those are pretty inexpensive while going up to 4000 can cost almost twice as much.

2*8GB B-Die sticks will be your best bet for now. 3200C14D-GTZ or 3000C14D-GTZ TridentZ variants. Stick to that and you will not have any issue.
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they are important enough to work on - but top speed is more important overall (if you had to pick between the two)
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I'm on a different time zone you know. biggrin.gif

Timings does not matter that much for now.

Well, that makes sense.

And regarding speed? Is there any advantage over 3200? Those are pretty inexpensive while going up to 4000 can cost almost twice as much.

if you can get it to work, the faster the better for Ryzen.
if you could get 4000 to work, you would see a HUGE gain over 3000 (more gain than the same jump on intel)

but there are very few people over 3000 - let alone getting 3200. it's a process - right now my 2*8GB b-dies are happy @ 2933 @ 14 timings. (3200C16 LPX)
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4000 is wishful thinking.
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So I need some help from you guys. Could you please test if CPU-Z gives you the same Voltage as HWiNFO under the CPU section ("CPU Core Voltage (VDDCR_CPU)")?

In my case, CPU-Z shows me the following:


Would be good to know if you all refer to the actual Voltage after VDroop or something else. Thanks! thumb.gif
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