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how's the PCIe clock? is it tied?

Yes...i need a different vga to get past 149..

Diff vga different ability to get bclk up.

Ssd is fine. M2 ssd not fine( runs off pci lanes).

Oldschool mechanical hd on sata is fine..
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Yes...i need a different vga to get past 149..

Diff vga different ability to get bclk up.

damn.. you're sure taking risk of data corruption redface.gif

anyway this processor seems to spread the workload to the entire die headscratch.gif

I folded using 3 threads and i thought the load were stay on 3 threads.. in fact, they moved around.. or me being outdated? redface.gif
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how's the PCIe clock? is it tied?

Yes...i need a different vga to get past 149..

Diff vga different ability to get bclk up.

Ssd is fine. M2 ssd not fine( runs off pci lanes).

Oldschool mechanical hd on sata is fine..

All the runs I did on the weekend LN2 I was using an M.2 Sam 950 PRO BCLK ~ 140. I had a backup SSD incase I had issue. Dropped the NVMe speed to Gen 2 at one point because of lag after that it was fine.
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Well if you read through this thread, and any overclocking guide. You'd know 4-4.1 is maximum stability. Almost no chips are stable past 4.1 without extreme voltage.

If your cpu is mounted incorrectly it won't work.

Ah i see thanks! Sorry for the late reply.

i guess my stand in cooler isn't enough.

What are the usual temps like for you guys who are on air coolers? (TJdie)? I'm getting 35-41 on idle? Is that bad?

Thanks!
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hello's,
has anyone found a official voltage range for the ryzen cpu's please?
been looking for it but cant find it.
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There are no official voltage ranges -- only what we get from the overclocking guides and such. On ambient (air or water) cooling, 1.40v-1.45v should be the high range. Supposedly 1.45v+ will cause longevity issues.
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thank you.thumb.gif

Officially 1.35V - 1.45V you may see degradation smile.gif . OP of thread linked in my sig, section VID/VCORE info wink.gif , you'll also find a link to an official doc there and page 34 has info.

It appears that 1.45 volts input to the cpu is about where the default cpu ovp protections kick in for the Titanium ( EDIT bios 1.1) . Reminds me of the long duration wattage setting on my MSI p67 board.
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hello's,
has anyone found a official voltage range for the ryzen cpu's please?
been looking for it but cant find it.
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Originally Posted by MNMadman View Post

There are no official voltage ranges -- only what we get from the overclocking guides and such. On ambient (air or water) cooling, 1.40v-1.45v should be the high range. Supposedly 1.45v+ will cause longevity issues.
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thank you.thumb.gif

Officially 1.35V - 1.45V you may see degradation smile.gif . OP of thread linked in my sig, section VID/VCORE info wink.gif , you'll also find a link to an official doc there and page 34 has info.

It appears that 1.45 volts input to the cpu is about where the default cpu ovp protections kick in for the Titanium ( EDIT bios 1.1) . Reminds me of the long duration wattage setting on my MSI p67 board.

Any way to alter that? I have a 370 SLI coming supposedly for review and never had an MSI board for any current tech
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All the runs I did on the weekend LN2 I was using an M.2 Sam 950 PRO BCLK ~ 140. I had a backup SSD incase I had issue. Dropped the NVMe speed to Gen 2 at one point because of lag after that it was fine.

The Stilt corrupted one at 106 bclk i think...

I will stick with my sata devices since they are already proven to work.
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hello's,
has anyone found a official voltage range for the ryzen cpu's please?
been looking for it but cant find it.
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Originally Posted by MNMadman View Post

There are no official voltage ranges -- only what we get from the overclocking guides and such. On ambient (air or water) cooling, 1.40v-1.45v should be the high range. Supposedly 1.45v+ will cause longevity issues.
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thank you.thumb.gif

Officially 1.35V - 1.45V you may see degradation smile.gif . OP of thread linked in my sig, section VID/VCORE info wink.gif , you'll also find a link to an official doc there and page 34 has info.

It appears that 1.45 volts input to the cpu is about where the default cpu ovp protections kick in for the Titanium ( EDIT bios 1.1) . Reminds me of the long duration wattage setting on my MSI p67 board.

Any way to alter that? I have a 370 SLI coming supposedly for review and never had an MSI board for any current tech

Yes - I'll post the bios page that features those settings when I get the time.

I'm still gauging how the llc etc work and am hesitant to remove/adjust those safety features just yet.
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do remember that SATA bus were comes from the chipset and chipset uses PCIe lane too.. (afaik)

I once corrupted my SATA drives on 145MHz bus redface.gif

not Ryzen but still relevant, me thought
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post #7610 of 11524
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Any way to alter that? I have a 370 SLI coming supposedly for review and never had an MSI board for any current tech

Should be tech docs on the voltage controller. I can probably work out ovp/ocp mods if bios does not have them..

Take the kid gloves off kill all safety's and just let it rip csorkinman...

You see reasonable enough. Use common sense for volts. Ive beaten the chips up. They are not degrading or dying.
Edited by chew* - 4/3/17 at 8:03am
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