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Statistically I thought it'd be out there . Freaking hilarious to see it .
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In BIOS ive set CPU VCore as 1.35 but HWMonitor usually shows 1.376 (1.368 in idle), should I assume HWMonitor is the correct number here?
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Originally Posted by yendor View Post

Statistically I thought it'd be out there . Freaking hilarious to see it .

Yeah. I've tried E-dies just a while ago. But being double sided RipjawzVs, make them unfit for 3200. Hynix too.

2 of 2 Micron dimms able to do 3200 on my set-up.

Gotta look for those sticks that I was able to boot to 3200 single sticks on X99.
Edited by mus1mus - 4/13/17 at 12:36pm
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Ok so IMC stability testing is a painstaking process so I decided to take a break....

I tossed in the crappiest of crappy bin chips because I am grass roots and love to tinker with the lower end stuff and make it fly......this is how overclocking was born.

I have no clue if this is good bad or average for a R5 1400 as I have not checked reviews or hwbot databases but I will tell you its fun to play with.

Kicked that 4770K @ 4.4g compare results azz into next week.......and that was with a stock RGB cooler......

This was like 15 minutes worth of play time.

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@Johan45

I lasted 6hrs sleeptime and 13hrs body uptime without going into UEFI biggrin.gif . "tinker free day" is out the window now! biggrin.gif.
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Silicon varies. What bios can fix will still leave outliers. If memory serves this has been true of every architecture with process maturity bringing greater consistency.

No worries smile.gif , keeping track to share as much as for my own purposes and agree with above smile.gif .

@1TM1

Win 7 Pro x64, all updates to date, ISO/install as in section Windows 7 on Ryzen. OP of thread in my sig plus Power Plan as highlighted in OP relevant section. UEFI is set pretty much manually, so when I was lowering straps only what I can't control has changed.

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CINEBENCH R15.038_RC184115

3200MHz C14





2933MHz C14





2666MHz C14





2400MHz C14





2133MHz C14




Above are all with CBR15 Performance Bias not enabled in UEFI, will do another round with it enabled plus will do 4.0GHz CPU with/without CB PB. All will be collated and posted in thread in my sig. Plan to do other benches soon.
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Ok so IMC stability testing is a painstaking process so I decided to take a break....

I tossed in the crappiest of crappy bin chips because I am grass roots and love to tinker with the lower end stuff and make it fly......this is how overclocking was born.

I have no clue if this is good bad or average for a R5 1400 as I have not checked reviews or hwbot databases but I will tell you its fun to play with.

Kicked that 4770K @ 4.4g compare results azz into next week.......and that was with a stock RGB cooler......

This was like 15 minutes worth of play time.


Pretty Impressive 4150MHz@1.4V with stock cooler. How about temps?

BTW picture is too small biggrin.gif
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Ok so IMC stability testing is a painstaking process so I decided to take a break....

I tossed in the crappiest of crappy bin chips because I am grass roots and love to tinker with the lower end stuff and make it fly......this is how overclocking was born.

I have no clue if this is good bad or average for a R5 1400 as I have not checked reviews or hwbot databases but I will tell you its fun to play with.

Kicked that 4770K @ 4.4g compare results azz into next week.......and that was with a stock RGB cooler......

This was like 15 minutes worth of play time.


Well, if that was 15 minutes... sounds like you are having too much fun!
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post #8818 of 11503
all depends on what temps you believe. I got 3 diff temps in 2 diff software running prime now at 4050 just like I said in my original ryzen review find max cinebench drop 100 run stability tests smile.gif ........

Right now i'm sort of having fun and checking IMC stuff.

Can not for the life of me get this x370 pro "true" stable at 3200 even slacked.......boot and bench all day long but not my definition of stable......

It's not always the chips......4 chips exact same outcome 1700,1700x1800x,1400.........
Edited by chew* - 4/13/17 at 1:02pm
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Manage to get my Flare X 3200 up from 2933MHz to 3200MHz 14-14-14-34 by increasing soc voltage to 1.0v smile.gif
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I love getting new toys! smile.gif

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