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There have been a few member with odd things happening. As I posted previously, I've been all the way up to 105° without issue. Last Sunday I played with the stock 1700 cooler all day and would turn off the stress tests once the CPU hit 95° (would do this every run and I did dozens of runs that day); I never encountered a thermal shut down. Is there a parameter in BIOS that relates to this for your motherboard?

Thank you for your reply. You Bios Idea is good, but i think, if it's a bios thing, than the shut down temperature will be a fixed temperature.
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I won't doubt for a second that some people aren't having any troubles getting to 3200MHz. It just scares me that it's "some people".
Someone earlier in this thread reported being able to get to 3200MHz on their 1700 and only 2666MHz on their 1700x. Same motherboard and RAM.

I'm willing to give it a shot, but it's still concerning.

Don't worry much. It won't do you good. smile.gif

With newer AGESA, things will open up memory compatibility later on so I wouldn't be too concerned about buying one IMO.

Gigabyte have shown how the new AGESA improved memory compatibility. 3200 with 4 slots occupied here. Look back a few pages to see my results.
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Ok i tested now shut down is at 93,5°C /113,5°C. Did this 10 times with voltage 1,45V hope i didnt damaged the cpu with this test.

My cooler is a H110i but the usb Driver is somtimes broken. So it stayed all the time in the quite mode
What software did you run to reach those temps? It matters for the offset. What CPU (Socket) temp did you measure?
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1st, We're talking about Combined here. Not the Overall.

2nd, OS plays a role too.

3rd, you don't really need to point me into FutureMark's explaination. With your years (decades, right? -- as you have said to me pointing off your methods earlier) of experience, I think you should have at least knew how bad Fire Strike scheme is in the grander side of things. Guess you don't.

A. AMD systems since Phenom suffer huge performance penalties in Fire Strike Combined. Not a different story with Ryzen either.

B. Not my fault if you don't know how your system works.

C. I don't deserve to be scrutinized if you score lower than me.
They are either wrong or lack the knowledge to do so.

@cssorkinman
Care to show your Titanium doing 3200 again?

Good lord you're defensive LOL. The point of the post was to show the differences in how results are weighted compared other tests and to spread the word. If you already knew, great, perhaps other members dont and it has value.
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"Each individual score (graphics, physics and combined) is derived from the raw FPS score that is found while running the test. Through the individual scores the overall 3DMark score is calculated.

A weighted harmonic has been brought into the equation and also some constants (see table Weights and Constants further below). The Weights in fact determine the proportion of the GPU and CPU in the calculation of the individual and end result.

For a balanced system the weights show the ratio between the effect off the Graphics and Physics performance on the overall score. A balanced system is one where the Graphics and Physics are roughly of the same magnitude. For systems with a substantially higher Graphics or Physics sub-score, the harmonic mean rewards boosting the side where the lower score is.

This is in line with real life, for example: If you use an entry-level GPU and if you double the CPU speed: it has little or no improvement on your system performance when playing games. Because the systems gaming performance is limited by the GPU. The same applies on a system with a low-end CPU and an overpowered GPU."

Looks like the answer is related to the area in bold though given the relative equality of the two CPUs, it still seems to be weighted oddly.

1st, We're talking about Combined here. Not the Overall.

2nd, OS plays a role too.

3rd, you don't really need to point me into FutureMark's explaination. With your years (decades, right? -- as you have said to me pointing off your methods earlier) of experience, I think you should have at least knew how bad Fire Strike scheme is in the grander side of things. Guess you don't.

A. AMD systems since Phenom suffer huge performance penalties in Fire Strike Combined. Not a different story with Ryzen either.

B. Not my fault if you don't know how your system works.

C. I don't deserve to be scrutinized if you score lower than me.

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Yeah. It's just kinda scary with all the talk of multiple people with the same kit having different results.
I'd be pretty sad if I bought a 3200C14 kit and it still left me stuck at 2133.

They are either wrong or lack the knowledge to do so.

@cssorkinman
Care to show your Titanium doing 3200 again?
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Thanks @cssorkinman I appreciate it mate.

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Good lord you're defensive LOL. The point of the post was to show the differences in how results are weighted compared other tests and to spread the word. If you already knew, great, perhaps other members dont and it has value.

Here: so you can get a thing to tell someone in the future.

980TI vs 780 vs 290

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/5176309/fs/5167876/fs/5525347#

Pick your fight elsewhere.
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I havent noticed a large number of people having issues with the no kidding 3200c14 kits; it seems to be the 3600c16/38xxc18 etc (which are thought to be the same ICs but perhaps not in some instances) where things seem to go wrong. The 3200c14 Trident RGB kit has been great for me outside of violating my bank account sans lube.

I have the 3200c14 Trident RGB, but I have 4 x 8GB sticks which some people said causes issues not found with 2 x 16 GB sticks. But if you're going to get RGB, you're obviously going to want 4 sticks. Today or tomorrow my ASRock Taichi X370 board will arrive and I will begin construction. Everything else has already arrived, just that stupid board, and it's not even my first choice. I wanted the ASRock Fatality X370 Gaming Professional, but I was told it would be a much longer wait for that board.

You're right about the breaking the bank. At $500 cnd, they set me back more than the processor!
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Well, I went ahead and ordered Trident Z 3200MHz C14. It was on my motherboard's compatibility list, so I'm hoping for good luck.
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I have the 3200c14 Trident RGB, but I have 4 x 8GB sticks which some people said causes issues not found with 2 x 16 GB sticks. But if you're going to get RGB, you're obviously going to want 4 sticks. Today or tomorrow my ASRock Taichi X370 board will arrive and I will begin construction. Everything else has already arrived, just that stupid board, and it's not even my first choice. I wanted the ASRock Fatality X370 Gaming Professional, but I was told it would be a much longer wait for that board.

You're right about the breaking the bank. At $500 cnd, they set me back more than the processor!

Yea, I just went 2x8 (hurt bad enough as it was). I'd love to have two more but I really dont have any need for 32gb either. The bling factor might change my mind down the road though LOL.
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If anyone is interested, I ran the CPU-z bench at 4.3GHz (actual 4.29GHz)
https://valid.x86.fr/03si2x




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