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That is exactly what I needed sakae, thanks! biggrin.gif

And it was on the CD which I didn't even think of. Durrrrr
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That is exactly what I needed sakae, thanks! biggrin.gif

And it was on the CD which I didn't even think of. Durrrrr

lol.. now we found out the use of driver CD biggrin.gif
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I've been hit and miss with asus (albeit, ive only had a cheapo board experience with them). The ASRock Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming K4 is also on my radar considering it supposedly supports 3200 speeds. The more premium boards seem to be out of stock. I may need to do some further searching perhaps. Thanks for the input.

Im not saying asrock is crap...i like the taichi....

My opinion is the k4 is a "miss" though...

I think the best overall price quality mainstream so far is prime x370 pro.
post #8224 of 11676
Some more information on Tctl offset and throttling (based on CH6 + 1800X):

- Offsets are not applied over 95C Tctl.
- If an offset shoots Tctl over 95C then the offset is dialed back quickly to match Tctl = 95C.
- As real CPU temperature keeps rising the offset decreases accordingly to match 95C.
- When real CPU temperature increases over 95C Tctl increases accordingly without offset.

- "Soft" throttling (down to around x30) is applied when Tctl + offset = 95C. The higher the real CPU temp increases towards 95C the more soft throttling is applied.
- "Hard" throttling (down to x0.5) is applied when real CPU temp hits 95C.

- Emergency temperature shutdown on my CH6 happens when SIO CPU temp hits 110C, Tctl can increase to slightly higher than SIO CPU over 95C. I saw 113C Tctl before shutdown hit.
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Binned close to 60 B-die kits myself (on Skylake/Kabylake). What bin you get has very little impact on the overall OC result.
My best non wazza kit comes from 3200C14 (4133 12-11-11+ on Kaby). Also have good (2nd to my best) wazza kit from the same bin.

I know you are very experienced Ocer, but trust me for B-die, XMP means very little. I've had tried almost 1 kit of every Gskill B-die spec since they came out in Dec 2015.

I have not but so far....AMD RYZEN only testing. We are finding 3600 15-15-15 kits to be superior to 3200 14-14-14.....

Maybe its the SPD flash...

Maybe its the binning of current models.

I have no clue....these are just our findings on currently purchased hardware
Edited by chew* - 4/7/17 at 9:36am
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i got a 1700 and the carbon installed, should I reinstall os or stay with the old install as it has booted np?
    
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I have not but so far....AMD RYZEN only testing. We are finding 3600 15-15-15 kits to be superior to 3200 14-14-14.....

Maybe its the SPD flash...

Maybe its the binning of current models.

I have no clue....these are just our findings on currently purchased hardware

thinking.gif

Could also be due to the batch of ICs on the 3600C15 kit vs 3200C14, certain date codes were great overclockers. SEC 619 from last year (2016, week 19) was especially good.
Its probably long gone from retail right now.

In my testing, stock SPD means next to nothing, its just a lottery no matter the bin (atleast for benching). I will try RAM OC on my Ryzen soon, got it setup 2 days ago. I have my prebinned 3000C14, 3200C14 & 3600C17 kits. Let's see if I can find some discernible variance that I didn't see on Kaby. It is definitely possible. smile.gif
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Welp, i'll be joining the club soon. Parts should come in next week. I havent done an entire system build since ivy bridge. Should be fun.

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For VTT do you mean 2.75? According to my BIOS 2.5 is the default (min 1.24). 1.36v dram and 2.55 VTT let me boot at 3200 cl14 and finish firestrike ultra.
No you should NOT be at 2.55v for VTTDDR (first setting in Tweaker's Paradise). It should default to half your DRAM voltage.

1.2v RAM = 0.6v VTTDDR default
1.35v RAM = 0.675v VTTDDR default

You must be talking about a different VTT voltage if you have it on 2.55v.
Edited by MNMadman - 4/7/17 at 10:07am
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i have 4266mhz ram, found for the same price as 3200 (14-14-14-34), so it runs no problem 3200-14-14-14--34(tryed 12-12-12-28 no good, whatever voltage), even 3400-14-14-14-34 boots, but nothing more tongue.gif
need better bios mad.gif
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