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Try to drop the rest one step at a time. thumb.gif

tested on AIDA64 and got 90-ish nS.. is that normal on Ryzen or that's too damn slow?

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So as long as they're B-Die Samsung I should be alright? Is there a way to know if they're B-Die? I have a asrock z370 taichi on the way I think that supports blck overclock. I'm afraid of getting a 3200 MHz then later on wanting 3600 or so. Should a 3600/4000 MHz b-die Samsung downlocked to 3200 MHz with cas 14 timings be safe/ideal future proof investment? I don't quite get the ryzen compatible, is that synonymous to Samsung b-die? lol

In general you can just get b-dies smile.gif

But you can also try something like this: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232530&cm_re=flare_x-_-20-232-530-_-Product
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That's nice.

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purrty purrty
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Update: Ryzen 1700X and Nvidia GTX 1080 ti power usage measurements

measurements including CPU only
1700X all cores at 4000MHz
Win10 idle, 1080ti passive 56W
CPU-Z 1core, 1080ti passive 89W
CPU-Z multicore, 1080ti passive 218W
measured with CyberPower 1350PFCLCD

measurements including 1 display (Acer 272HUL)
1700X all cores at 4000MHz
Win10 idle, 1080ti passive 81W
CPU-Z 1core, 1080ti passive 113W
CPU-Z multicore, 1080ti passive 234W
measured with CyberPower 1350PFCLCD

measurements including 3 displays (Acer 272HUL) in Nvidia Surround
1700X all cores at 4000MHz
Win10 idle, 1080ti passive 137W
CPU-Z 1core, 1080ti passive 162W
CPU-Z multicore, 1080ti passive 291W
Ghost Recon Wildlands, 1080ti active 453W
measured with CyberPower 1350PFCLCD

One Air flow question: should I route cold air in through water radiator?
Currently air flows in as shown in https://pcpartpicker.com/b/zLJ8TW
A local air current loop is radiator intake-to-back exhaust. This seems to help a degree or so.
Edited by 1TM1 - 3/31/17 at 9:21am
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That's nice.

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purrty purrty

Just goes to show that if you want faster than 3200 you need to do BLCK tongue.gif
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Update: Ryzen 1700X and Nvidia GTX 1080 ti power usage measurements

measurements including CPU only
1700X all cores at 4000MHz
Win10 idle, 1080ti passive 56W
CPU-Z 1core, 1080ti passive 89W
CPU-Z multicore, 1080ti passive 218W
measured with CyberPower 1350PFCLCD

measurements including 1 display (Acer 272HUL)
1700X all cores at 4000MHz, 1080ti passive
Win10 idle, 1080ti passive 81W
CPU-Z 1core, 1080ti passive 113W
CPU-Z multicore, 1080ti passive 234W
measured with CyberPower 1350PFCLCD

measurements including 3 displays (Acer 272HUL) in Nvidia Surround
1700X all cores at 4000MHz, 1080ti passive
Win10 idle, 1080ti passive 137W
CPU-Z 1core, 1080ti passive 162W
CPU-Z multicore, 1080ti passive 291W
Ghost Recon Wildlands, 1080ti active 453W
measured with CyberPower 1350PFCLCD

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how many drives and fans?.. that sounds low compared to mine
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@sakae48

You need the latest Aida64 to compare your results with everyone.

Don't worry about AIDA64 numbers just yet.
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Just goes to show that if you want faster than 3200 you need to do BLCK tongue.gif

You need the Crosshair 6 and nothing else. for sure. rolleyes.gif

I am waiting for Giga to release a new BIOS. If they can unlink the BCLK from the rest of the devices, I see no reason K7 can't do faster RAM. Til then, I'll continue wondering about the Crosshair.
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Just goes to show that if you want faster than 3200 you need to do BLCK tongue.gif

For now smile.gif

AMD is looking to unlock more dividers in later AGESA updates.
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@sakae48

You need the latest Aida64 to compare your results with everyone.

Don't worry about AIDA64 numbers just yet.
I have AIDA64 5.90.42 already
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