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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52Tw-wcT7o4

Below his video there setting details for values. Hope this help you achieve it smile.gif

That's exactly what I was doing. I did find a workaround. I treat P0 as XFR. I set it to 4.1, and P1 to 4.0. The max boost it gets is the 4.0, but has a reported clock as 4.1 in some benchmarks. If I turn off CPU boost in the BIOS, then my Vcore goes to 1.27. Not the best workaround, but it gets the job done. I get scores consistent with 4.0. I do occasionally get voltage spikes up to the 4.1 settings. But so far so good.
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Almost got everything finished. Just need to decide on LED placement.

Currently stress testing with Aida64. Been an hour and 7 minutes so far @ 4Ghz and 1.41875v
I am proud of my 1700.

I could boot into windows @ 4.15Ghz/1.45v but couldn't run anything.

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no problem, can you describe what I'd have to fix?

The 12 tiny legs that clips onto the AIO is a bit wide. You have to sand the inside of them.
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no problem, can you describe what I'd have to fix?

The 12 tiny legs that clips onto the AIO is a bit wide. You have to sand the inside of them.

perfect, thank you for your time!
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Almost got everything finished. Just need to decide on LED placement.

Currently stress testing with Aida64. Been an hour and 7 minutes so far @ 4Ghz and 1.41875v
I am proud of my 1700.

I could boot into windows @ 4.15Ghz/1.45v but couldn't run anything.


Have you played any games?
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Have you played any games?

Installing them all now haha.
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So guys i think ive solved my WoW performance issues.

There is a setting called view distance, which as expected dictates how far you can see into the distance. I have always known this is a CPU related setting, but never have i seen the performance difference i am seeing with ryzen.

Its on a scale of 1-10, with 10 i get 30-35 FPS in the area i am in, with it down to 3 or 4 i get 75-80 FPS, a ridiculous amount of FPS boost and i only lost the hazy outline of some of the bigger structures in the distance.

This is most definitely a bug, that one setting should not be affecting performance this much, gonna make a report on WoW forums too.
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So guys i think ive solved my WoW performance issues.

There is a setting called view distance, which as expected dictates how far you can see into the distance. I have always known this is a CPU related setting, but never have i seen the performance difference i am seeing with ryzen.

Its on a scale of 1-10, with 10 i get 30-35 FPS in the area i am in, with it down to 3 or 4 i get 75-80 FPS, a ridiculous amount of FPS boost and i only lost the hazy outline of some of the bigger structures in the distance.

This is most definitely a bug, that one setting should not be affecting performance this much, gonna make a report on WoW forums too.


Nice find...
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1700X@3.9Ghz @ 3200mhz RAM now that's a 36 point jump from 3.85 & 2400mhz RAM

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GIGABYTE FTW!
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