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What are your cpu temps?

Cpu tctl reports 52c tops under load.
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Originally Posted by 1TM1 View Post

Multithreaded score is important for video encoding. Either 8 or 6 core should do fine. Your selected motherboard should work well.
Memory overclock seems to depend more on CPU and also on BIOS. I have seen memory at 3200 with the 1800X and only 2933 with 1700X .
If you can get 3600 for about the same price as 3200 then go for it. Otherwise you will need to wait several months for BIOS updates for it to (maybe) run faster.

Well....the reason I chose that set is because after the latest MSI bios update, it picked-up the 3200 on boot.
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Wow! Today I was an April fool and pushed my luck and turned on the A-xmp profile for my ram as it was running at 2133mhz. And now that ram is happily running at 3200mhz with it's rated timings, just as the qvl suggested it would.

That is from the MB review on Newegg. He doesn't state what CPU. Has to be a R7 though.

I mean, I would like to go cheap(not in quality wise per say). biggrin.gif I'm open to suggestions on RAM. The 3200 sets are a bit cheaper.

Timing 16-16-16-36 152.00
Timing 16-18-18-38 135.00

I really think I'm locked into the board, unless I get berated by users somewhere. lol

As a B350 Tomahawk owner, don't expect to be able to do 4GHz with the board. At 1.3Vcore 3.9GHz I saw over 100C on the back of the PCB around the VRMs. Going beyond that is above what I am comfortable but if/when a WB is made for the board I could see it being pushed further...

Note: I am using a water cooler so the airflow over the VRM heatsink is not ideal.
post #8313 of 11654
Thanks for the info. thumb.gif

I don't really plan on OC'ing...only to make a few benchmark record runs. I mean even on my 4770k I sit just 100mhz over the boost of 3.9. For BM runs I can get to 4.5/4.6 without much work though.

So I would probably just keep it about the same +100mhz over boost. I think that should be fairly easy...then again, the last AMD chip I had was a Duron 800! biggrin.gif
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Just a few preliminary benches/tests (this is literally the first multiplier and vcore adjustment I tried). Again, mostly for my own future reference (and for @Scotty99 biggrin.gif). Just trying to get a feel for stability/temps/etc. Not necessarily stable. The only "stability" tests were 5 runs IBT @ Max (13890MB), and 20 mins of Prime 95 @ 512/1024 FFT, 12288MB

BIOS 0515 Settings:
- CPU: 3800MHz (152 FID / 8 DID) @ 1.350V
- LLC: Level 1 VCore, Level 1 VSoC
- RAM: 2400MHz 12-12-12-32 @ 1.25V
- Everything else: Auto

Afterburner Settings:
- Vcore: +25
- Power Limit: +50%
- Core Clock: 1075MHz
- Mem Clock: 1350MHz

21°C ambient room temperature. 82W total system draw at the wall @ idle (Cool n' Quiet not working).
System specs in signature.

IBT run:
- Speed: 170 179 GFlops
- Total system draw: 258 265W
- CPU: 61.3 62.8°C, VRM: 5456°C, Chokes: 7276°C
- VRM heatsink is midly warm to the touch but not at all uncomfortable (too reflective to get a good reading with IR thermometer I think)

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AIDA64 Cache & Memory Benchmark:
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CPU-Z Benchmark:
- Single Thread: 2224
- Multi Thread: 19534

http://valid.x86.fr/uxwxrt

FireStrike run:
- Graphics score: 23957, Test1: 112.96 FPS, Test2: 96.64 FPS
- Physics score: 20450, Test: 64.92 FPS
- Combined score: 7052, Test: 32.80 FPS
- Overall: 18931

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19142864

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Screenshot w/ GPU-Z/Afterburner: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Result webpage: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Valley run (Extreme HD preset):
- FPS: 110.6
- Score: 4628
- Min FPS: 15.7
- Max FPS: 174.4

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RAM doesn't seem to want to go above 2400MHz tongue.gif Guess I'm waiting for BIOS/AGESA updates ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


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Originally Posted by Hequaqua View Post

Hey all....just thought I would drop by to get a opinions.

I want to do a Ryzen build. I don't think I warrant a 8c/16t chip really. I also don't plan on any heavy OC'ing. I am currently running a i7-4770k@4.0ghz(MSI Z87G45) daily driver.

This is what I am thinking about atm:

*snip*

That should bring the total in around 500.00(US).

Is this worth upgrading to, or should I hang on a little longer? FYI, I do quite a bit of gaming and light video editing.

You probably won't see any benefit in most games going to a 6-core Ryzen. It will definitely be faster in video encoding though. Whether it's worth upgrading is a personal choice.
Edited by bardacuda - 4/9/17 at 5:02pm
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What memory are you using?

I think what you guys are missing most importantly of all...

Memory is linked to fabric....

Fabric increase may need a small bump in SOC...

If your memory can do 3200 but your fabric cant at default soc.....xmp will not work..3200 will not work...

1.00 for 3200 1.05 for 3400 conservative not retard bumps in voltage apply here...

Last but not least quite often if i set cpu speed and mem speed try to post....i fail...

If i set cpu save reboot set mem save reboot = success
Edited by chew* - 4/8/17 at 2:22pm
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@bardacuda, its ok my mem stuck at 2400 as well lol. Got my 3200 cheap so being patient.
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What memory are you using?

I think what you guys are missing most importantly of all...

Memory is linked to fabric....

Fabric increase may need a small bump in SOC...

If your memory can do 3200 but your fabric cant at default soc.....xmp will not work..3200 will not work...

1.00 for 3200 1.05 for 3400 conservative not retard bumps in voltage apply here...

Last but not least quite often if i set cpu speed and mem speed try to post....i fail...

If i set cpu save reboot set mem save reboot = success

I am using this memory:
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I tried playing with the memory before anything else.
I left the CPU at stock, set timings to something pretty loose (like 20-20-20-42), set Vcore to 1.35, SOC to 1.05, VDDR to 1.4, and VTTDDR to 0.7.
Then I raised to 2400, did a 20 min Prime95 test, and IBT test, using settings in above post. It passed. Then I raised to 2666 and it wouldn't boot at all.
I tried all higher frequencies too in case there was a hole. No dice. I think I even tried 1.1 and 1.2 SOC at one point too...don't remember. It was last night and I was tired.
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I am using this memory:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I tried playing with the memory before anything else.
I left the CPU at stock, set timings to something pretty loose (like 20-20-20-42), set Vcore to 1.35, SOC to 1.05, VDDR to 1.4, and VTTDDR to 0.7.
Then I raised to 2400, did a 20 min Prime95 test, and IBT test, using settings in above post. It passed. Then I raised to 2666 and it wouldn't boot at all.
I tried all higher frequencies too in case there was a hole. No dice. I think I even tried 1.1 and 1.2 SOC at one point too...don't remember. It was last night and I was tired.

Ok i can say this much...have not flashed latest yet but prime x370 is running a very tight ship on subtimings.

I could not pass 3200 imc/memory testing. I could run 3200...but only 2933 passed my imc/mem stress test.

I will look into it again and report back to asus see if they can add/fix what i requested.
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I noticed when I booted the very first time on stock 0502 BIOS there were settings for all the subtimings. I don't see them anymore on 0515 though.
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I noticed when I booted the very first time on stock 0502 BIOS there were settings for all the subtimings. I don't see them anymore on 0515 though.
no worries i am on it. I like the board. Once 3200 is sorted it will be perfect...as of now its not 100% though but still the best mainstream imo. Performance @ 2933 is extremely good due to them running a tight ship. They just need to find a balance so 3200 works to...
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