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Nice comparison! I suspect 3200+MHz RAM will close the gap even more. Seems the IPC is indeed about on par with broadwell/haswell...possibly even higher, although it doesn't clock as high so it ends up slightly lower in the real world. Not too shabby!

i still have quite a few games to test as well that i haven't even downloaded yet.

In Rise of the Tomb Raider my 4690k does amazing on the first map, on the other 2 the 1700x has double the mins (dx12). This was at stock speeds and 2133 ram speed. Should be even better now. I have Hitman Absolution to test as well, Dirt Rally did amazing with the 1700x and have the original tomb raider to do as well.
    
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If anyone cares, newegg has borderlands goty+borderlands 2 goty for 12 bucks after promo code. On steam these games add up to 70 lol.
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Ryzen 1700X
Asus B350M-A
Asus GTX1070 OC Dual
16GB (4 x 4GB) 4000MHz G.Skill kit (bought before Ryzen was released, got the kit for $200! Changing to a 2 x 8GB kit later)
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My OC is at 3.8GHz @1.297V, CPU voltage offset to -0.08125 V, and seemed to be Prime95 stable with regular LLC. Temps are insanely cool with radiator fans at 70%, around 45 Celsius during gaming, 60 Celsius after several hours of Prime95.

Getting two more Arctic Cooling F12 PWM fans, +1 exhaust and +1 radiator intake. Ordered Bitfenix braided 24-pin ATX and 8-pin PCIE, when these things arrive it'll be golden. Maybe NVMe system drive later, maybe actually compatible RAM when the RAM situation clears up. Very happy with how nicely all this played out. Waited to post until I got the AM4 bracket from AC (yesterday).
Edited by chir - 4/1/17 at 11:17am
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@bluej511

Cheers bro for share of info thumb.gif .

@chir

Nice thumb.gif , what speed you getting on the RAM?
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Very Nice!
    
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Yeah, i tried for a while to get to 4ghz now, but without success on 1700X

3.925ghz is fine with 1.325v, but 4.0ghz can't be achieved even with 1.475v. Will wait and try again some other time.

Having a very similar experience with mine. 1.365V for 3.90GHz but 3.975GHz takes 1.5V.
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@bluej511

Cheers bro for share of info thumb.gif .

@chir

Nice thumb.gif , what speed you getting on the RAM?

yea np, not much improvement in RAM speeds in Far Cry but grid saw a nice boost with an OC and ram speeds. Not sure if going to 3200mhz would even give any boost at that point.
    
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@chir
Nice thumb.gif , what speed you getting on the RAM?

Maybe surprisingly, 2400MHz with these four DIMMs (I understood I'm supposed to be limited to 2133 MHz).
I am intending to buy the 2x 8GB Corsair LPX 3600MHz kit (only Corsair kit qualified for 3200MHz on my mobo, and also not more expensive than 3200 MHz from where I'll be buying it in Finland). Hoping it'll reach higher than 3200MHz if anything ever reaches higher than that on this mobo (since it's already the best kit on the QLV kit speed-wise). Will be putting these G.Skill babies on significant other's Kaby Lake setup at 3866MHz when the RAM swap happens.
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Was mentioned in this thread previously but this quote taken from recent techpowerup article......

" Once you go for 4 GHz and above, the cooling requirements quickly increase and lots of voltage is required to achieve stability. Due to the increased voltage, power draw shoots up, too. If you look at the 4.1 GHz and 4.2 GHz power-usage numbers, you can see a drop, which suggests that the CPU throttles internally, which will lead to some loss in performance."

--- Going over 4.0 you will have better results once you have better cooling but either way once you try to go past 4.1 wall is hit and performance drops regardless of cooling..... as I've noticed on my 1700x when going over 4.2 OC at a high voltage my bench scores start to decline.....

Thanks for the info. So somewhere roughly between 4.15 and 4.2 should be the sweet spot? Above 4.5 there is no tangible performance increase?

Hopefully a dual H5 universal can cope with a Ryzen at 1.4v+ fine.
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Ryzen 1700X
Asus B350M-A
Asus GTX1070 OC Dual
16GB (4 x 4GB) 4000MHz G.Skill kit (bought before Ryzen was released, got the kit for $200! Changing to a 2 x 8GB kit later)
Arctic Cooling Freezer 240
Corsair Carbide 240 Air (white)

My OC is at 3.8GHz @1.297V, CPU voltage offset to -0.08125 V, and seemed to be Prime95 stable with regular LLC. Temps are insanely cool with radiator fans at 70%, around 45 Celsius during gaming, 60 Celsius after several hours of Prime95.

Getting two more Arctic Cooling F12 PWM fans, +1 exhaust and +1 radiator intake. Ordered Bitfenix braided 24-pin ATX and 8-pin PCIE, when these things arrive it'll be golden. Maybe NVMe system drive later, maybe actually compatible RAM when the RAM situation clears up. Very happy with how nicely all this played out. Waited to post until I got the AM4 bracket from AC (yesterday).

Sweet mini PC. I'm curious what the VRM temps are like after 10 mins or so with the CPU at full load.
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