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Originally Posted by yendor View Post

My inner skeptic says no. Has anyone compared profiles down to subs to see what is different other than the name?
Not that it takes long to flash ram

I have the ability to check and compare all timings and will. I will present that info in the review of this set of flare x. First up though need to test various boards with latest agesa to see if the ram gets the board stable...
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Originally Posted by bardacuda View Post

Wait...you can flash ram subtimings?

I can do a dump and i can flash SPD/XMP profiles..

Tbh i do not think it matters that much on the gskills..
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It matters to me! I don't have access to them in the BIOS, and it seems the default SPD profile is too tight (it's made for 1066 but I want to clock at 1333, 1466, or 1600).

EDIT: Hmm...didn't know this was a thing! All I can find though is a program called SPD Tool from like 2006 and it doesn't seem to work. What tool do you use for this?
Edited by bardacuda - 4/12/17 at 11:48am
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Originally Posted by bardacuda View Post

It matters to me! I don't have access to them in the BIOS, and it seems the default SPD profile is too tight (it's made for 1066 but I want to clock at 1333, 1466, or 1600).

EDIT: Hmm...didn't know this was a thing! All I can find though is a program called SPD Tool from like 2006 and it doesn't seem to work. What tool do you use for this?

Others may have recommendations. This one's been around for quite a while: Taiphoon at http://www.softnology.biz/ Free version shows subtimings, can't make/flash profiles. Paid can but restrictions apply. Some changes just won't take even if the ram allows it to be written. Other's are write protected. Use with appropriate caution.
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Not done testing, still have benchmarks to do for XDA review.

MSI X370 XPOWER - I can break the 4 GHz barrier @ 2133 or hold 3.9 @ 2933. Cannot do both yet.
I *was* able to do this though with the GIGABYTE X370 GAMING 5. (Can't put back in atm, doesn't play nice with Linux)
I didn't try breaking over 4.025 because didn't want to go over 1.45V, even with the Noctua. I want the 240mm rad for that.
(I have a CM MasterLiquid Pro 240 standing by, just waiting on bracket.)

Update:
This applies to both Ryzen 7 1800X and Ryzen 5 1600X. I'm sure this will apply to the others I still have to test.

Update 2: Test rig details: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/garwynn/saved/nddwP6
Edited by garwynn - 4/12/17 at 12:37pm
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I have a silly question. What tool are people referring to when they refer to ITB?
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Originally Posted by Aquineas View Post

I have a silly question. What tool are people referring to when they refer to ITB?
IBT I assume?
Intel Burn Test
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If you're looking for the AVX version of Intel Burn test you can find it in the OP of this post near the bottom

http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club/
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Originally Posted by yendor View Post

Others may have recommendations. This one's been around for quite a while: Taiphoon at http://www.softnology.biz/ Free version shows subtimings, can't make/flash profiles. Paid can but restrictions apply. Some changes just won't take even if the ram allows it to be written. Other's are write protected. Use with appropriate caution.

Ok thanks! I am looking more into this right now.

EDIT: Already this is super useful! Now I know that my memory is E-die (which I already suspected because of the weird 16-18-18 timings) and didn't have to take the heat spreaders off. Now I just need to figure out how to make my own XMP profile and flash it.


Edited by bardacuda - 4/12/17 at 12:51pm
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Originally Posted by Skyl3r View Post

IBT I assume?
Intel Burn Test

Yes, that's what I meant; I stand corrected, and thanks!
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Originally Posted by garwynn View Post

MSI X370 XPOWER - I can break the 4 GHz barrier @ 2133 or hold 3.9 @ 2933. Cannot do both yet.

On X370 Gaming Pro Carbon here I'm not seeing any of this - 1866 vs. 2933 makes no difference in CPU clock speed. Do they cap VCore at 1.55V and VDIMM at 1.50V on the Xpower as well? Quite angry about MSI patronizing mad.gif
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post


I've always been on air, planing WC just for build experience later this year. As you have AIO how about ICE bucket? biggrin.gif .

Tbh I don't like the idea at all. Sounds like car crash waiting to happen with all the condensation in and around CPU socket. I'm waiting for my AM4 single stage mounting kit, I'll freeze it eventually thumb.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
No ice at other side of rad tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by HavocInferno View Post

Is that really the full load voltages? Like...if so, thats a golden sample Id say. Like, at 1.35v we're typically seeing like 3.8-3.9ghz or something in here. Then again, stable...R15 isnt exactly a good stress test.

These are full load volts for R15, 3d11 and Vantage also pass with these settings. Obviously this has little in common with prime95-type loads, hard boiling my chip is not what I'm after biggrin.gif
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