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No. It doesn't benefit a little bit more. It's a metric fecal material amount more...

Nah it really isnt, go look at kaby lake 2133 vs 3600 benchmarks its not a ton behind what you gain on ryzen.
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Need a new thread.."Wish you were this stable thread"

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Alright guys.

My Ryzen is hitting 88c Tctl. Is that safe, or is it 7c away from tjunction. This is a pretty typical question, but im curious if 95c TCTL is Tjunction, or if 115c TCTL is Tjuction.

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A number of people have pushed past 95 tctl and not seen shutdown til near 115. Since the actual temps in the chip are hotter at spots farther away from wherever the heck the sensors that make up tctl are located and amd's actual secret sauce for determining it is not known to me I'd just keep it under and blindly trust amd set it that way on x variants for a reason worth following. Unless someone else want to sacrifice their silicon. I'm all for that.
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Thats only because they chose to clock it so low outta the box for the 65w TDP. The x chips are what the 1700 coulda been, and they do better at stock clocks than what most can do overclocking lol.

I was at least expecting (i think we all were) 4.2-4.4ghz all core OC's on these chips pre launch, so ya a bit disappointing.

You were expecting 4.2-4.4 for a chip designed for servers and fabbed using a low power process? I was actually surprised at release that they were able to go above 4GHz.

Maybe the 7nm next gen chips.
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You were expecting 4.2-4.4 for a chip designed for servers and fabbed using a low power process? I was actually surprised at release that they were able to go above 4GHz.

Well, ya lol. Obviously i still bought one, what made the decision easy was thinking back at 1150 xeons and how they were considered such great bargains (100 bucks less than an i7 all you lost was onboard video) and turbo'd to 3.7 or 3.8. The ryzen 1700 is like a xeon on steroids lol.

1700 is awesome for what you get (8c16t and nice stock cooler for 330) but i am still a bit disappointed in the overclocking, i woulda thought 4.2 all core overclocks would be common and 4.4 would be the high end. If they overclocked to those levels that would have enticed me to buy a real cooling setup, but as it sits the smart play is sticking to 3.8 and the stock cooler.
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I think the vcore is actually 1.14x2 = 2.3v~
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Alright guys.

My Ryzen is hitting 88c Tctl. Is that safe, or is it 7c away from tjunction. This is a pretty typical question, but im curious if 95c TCTL is Tjunction, or if 115c TCTL is Tjuction.

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You are using Ryzen 7 1700X. Ryzen X series has 20 C temp offset.
So, 88 C from software reading is actually 68 C on the actual temp.
Don't worry. You are still 27 C away from TJMax.

http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/amd-ryzen-7-have-a-temperature-20-degree-c-reporting-offset.html
    
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