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4.075 1.362V pass with something that quite likely performs worse than stock cooler biggrin.gif - I shall return with H110i GT results tomorrow tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by webhito View Post

Hey fellas, I got a c6h with my 1800x, wanted to know what turbo speeds should be as my 1800x is not breaking 3.6 on any cores at all.
It does downclock fine however to 2.0.

C6H 1800x, all my cores will see 4.1 at one point or another. The stock core clock is 3.7... something here seems off. rolleyes.gif
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Cinebench BIAS. tongue.gif

Any 3D there RT?

Yes Cinebench Bias. biggrin.gif

3D soon. Will update to latest bios & crank up mem before 3D. Got a TXp in the mail, hopefully I can do some okay 3d work. wink.gif
Will have to hold that till atleast tuesday next week tho. Busy with Gskill comp, can't mess with new platform right now. redface.gif
Edited by rt123 - 4/11/17 at 8:02pm
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http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i5-3570K-vs-AMD-Ryzen-7-1700/1316vs3917

I hear what you're saying; and I desperately do really want to grab a Ryzen.. all the hype is enough excitement alone to entice me.
(Even being part of the ongoing research we are all doing here) but actually being able to physically be part of that myself with a system.

But the investment is still a lot of money. One I desperately want; but also one I'm desperately trying to justify to myself.

Everytime I get sufficiently excited enough; I find something, like what I just described above; and its sufficiently disheartening enough to stop me taking that "final step".

I could grab an i7 7700k- but where's the fun in that? (To me, there isn't any)...

And right now, i'd rather stick to my current set up than buy an i7 7700k (which because to be honest my current system is still fulfilling my needs adequately.

But I can't help feeling I'm missing out; I just feel like I need more.. more good reasons to make that final decision for Ryzen and know I'll be happy with it :-(

/\ sorry for the edits

If you're satisfied with your current system I would stick it out for another year or so and see what Cannonlake and Pinnacle Ridge bring to the table. I think with an extra year they could really get this thing clocking higher with better RAM support....and maybe Intel will actually release 6-core chips for mainstream prices. Who knows?
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Yes Cinebench Bias. biggrin.gif

3D soon. Will update to latest bios & crank up mem before 3D. Got a TXp in the mail, hopefully I can do some okay 3d work. wink.gif
Will have to hold that till atleast tuesday next week tho. Busy with Gskill comp, can't mess with new platform right now. redface.gif

It's amazing to see Asus was able to pull that out. thumb.gif

Gigas get some bump on Cinebench with the last BIOS as well. Still, just barely breaking 1800@4.0.
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So, after much following this thread (mostly lurking) I finally got together my Ryzen system together. 1700X, C6H and some 2x8GB TridentZ 3200MHzCL14 kit.

Everything is fine other than my TridentZ only booting up at 2933 :/ But can't really complain, hopefully newer BIOS updates will sort that out.

OCed the 1700X to 3.9GHz and it seems to be stable at 1.35V. Doesn't seem to like anything more with those voltages and I'm not comfortable with putting more voltage. Is 1.35V fine for everyday operation?
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i saw someone use 1700 with MSI B350 board + 3200 Trident Z when I RMA my board yesterday. it boots on 3200 out of the box.. jelly
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So, after much following this thread (mostly lurking) I finally got together my Ryzen system together. 1700X, C6H and some 2x8GB TridentZ 3200MHzCL14 kit.

Everything is fine other than my TridentZ only booting up at 2933 :/ But can't really complain, hopefully newer BIOS updates will sort that out.

OCed the 1700X to 3.9GHz and it seems to be stable at 1.35V. Doesn't seem to like anything more with those voltages and I'm not comfortable with putting more voltage. Is 1.35V fine for everyday operation?

It's excellent.

I'd try manually with the ram. Small tweaks to volts, looser timings. Worst case you wind up back at 2933 after annoying training cycle
Edited by yendor - 4/11/17 at 10:54pm
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i saw someone use 1700 with MSI B350 board + 3200 Trident Z when I RMA my board yesterday. it boots on 3200 out of the box.. jelly

Asus b350ma/csm on my bench now posts at 3200 oob. I might keep it but... heatsinks. frown.gif
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IIRC @bluej511 your compares were stock 1700X vs OC? not same CPU setup low RAM vs high RAM? last post I recall then there was another 2 or so before this one.

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This comparison (pretty much physics only so its not gpu bound) was stock 1700x with 2133 vs 1700x and 2933 i believe.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/1313147/spy/1532784#

And firestrike, same setup on both sides stock/2133 vs 3.8/2933.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/11885628/fs/12094988

And why not for s and giggles heres one with a 60/100mhz OC on my r9 390. This is with multiplier at 100 instead of 99.8 so gained very minimal haha.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12235762/fs/12094988

I linked the data I was wishing to get clarification on in previous post (quoted above)wink.gif , I've added it below.
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Alright so no idea what to make of these results haha. Not sure if i screwed something up in the stock benchmarks or what but i changed my settings to what i had on my 4690k for the last 2 tests (may have screwed up when i got the first system build done). Another game where Balanced power mode made a difference but only in a few cases. Whatever i messed up on, the mins have gone up quite a bit in Syria and Geothermal Valley by just a 300mhz oc and ram at 2933 instead of 2133. Seems like this game is very bugged at benchmarks lol. My stock 1700x and 2133mhz ram got better averages then OCed with faster ram haha in Syria and Geo.

i5 4690k/r7 1700x/r7 1700x 3.8ghz, 2933mhz(hp)/balanced

Rise of the Tomb Raider (DX12)

i5 4690k/r7 1700x/r7 1700x 3.8ghz, 2933mhz(hp)/balanced
Mountain Peak

Min 47.58 / 45.76 / 48.81 / 46.20
Avg 84.44 / 68.61 / 84.60 / 82.99
Max 126.17 / 119.18 / 138.08 / 145.87

i5 4690k/r7 1700x/r7 1700x 3.8ghz, 2933mhz(hp)/balanced
Syria

Min 18.75 / 37.06 / 35.25 / 32.07
Avg 64.71 / 71.00 / 64.55 / 64.98
Max 77.93 / 97.79 / 82.97 / 91.23

i5 4690k/r7 1700x/r7 1700x 3.8ghz, 2933mhz(hp)/balanced
Geothermal Valley

Min 34.96 / 30.33 / 41.99 / 42.41
Avg 58.27 / 63.29 / 58.64 / 58.79
Max 79.48 / 79.69 / 73.78 / 74.90

Overall 69.38 / 67.43 / 69.54 / 69.14
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