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Ive had AMD for the past god knows how long, since my 5770, i have yet to see an IRQL """""""" OR_EQUAL BSOD ever on my builds. Not sure why lol.

Same. 4850>5770>7850>380>Vega?

Don't remember the last blue screen I got. The only BSOD I've had on Ryzen was booting with unstable RAM.



Had to increase my 3.8ghz voltage finally after running stable for about a week. Still under 1.25v, but still.

Waiting on ASRock to update BIOS so I can try to get to 3200...
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Has anyone toiled with the maximum processor frequency on top of the minimum and maximum power state on the Processor Power Management of Power options? Can't find anything on that compared to the latter 2 rolleyes.gifSnorkle.gif
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Ok I have one stick of ram back in testing now with reset cmos. I checked the event logs and almost every critical event is kernal-power a cursory look on google says power plan issue? Any ideas? I have it on high performance. Tried balanced even. Could it be a power saving feature I need to disable in bios?

If it's error 41 there are a lot of possibilties. Within windows setting high performance but I wouldn't count on it. Power delivery issue. Could bump voltage all day long anywhere and the testing you've been doing would not show a bit of difference.

Device manager check can show currently malfunctioning devices. Anything that shows up as unidentified in there is a problem.

Double check the event viewer for the error type. note the ones that are different, they can be better clues, depending on what they are. Or irrelevant.

If error 41.and event viewer other errors don't show promise you have some different annoying tests. Crossing fingers event viewer/device manager/ your ram test slot by slot have yielded something faster fixed.
post #8884 of 11752
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Nobody since gargiulo posted told him to buy expensive RAM.

The poor beggar sparked a war,
well yea, history repeats itlsef.
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The poor beggar sparked a war,
well yea, history repeats itlsef.

You started another war? O.o
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More information on my BSOD problem ikt seems to happen when the load is being taken off the PC. for example after a match of overwatch but still in game. Or like I played 45 min of doom but as soon as I closed out after about 10 sec it BSOD again. I run CPUZ stress test for 30min no issue I stop it and within 30-45 seconds it will lock up and restart. To add to this puzzle about 75% of the time after the first BSOD there will be a second one almost immediately after booting back into windows.
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There is a test out there with some weird results

https://www.golem.de/news/ram-overclocking-getestet-ryzen-profitiert-von-ddr4-3200-und-dual-rank-1704-127262.html

The test shows dual rank RAM increases Ryzens performance by a lot (2667 dual rank = 3200 single rank)

despite
1) AMD/news sites told us Ryzen can handle single rank DDR4 with higher clocks.
2) Higher RAM clocks mean higher performance with better inifinity fabric performance.

All the news sites simply took one set of RAM and downclocked it so no single/dual rank comparisons.

Are here some people who can check this themselves?
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Originally Posted by poii View Post

There is a test out there with some weird results

https://www.golem.de/news/ram-overclocking-getestet-ryzen-profitiert-von-ddr4-3200-und-dual-rank-1704-127262.html

The test shows dual rank RAM increases Ryzens performance by a lot (2667 dual rank = 3200 single rank)

despite
1) AMD/news sites told us Ryzen can handle single rank DDR4 with higher clocks.
2) Higher RAM clocks mean higher performance with better inifinity fabric performance.

All the news sites simply took one set of RAM and downclocked it so no single/dual rank comparisons.

Are here some people who can check this themselves?

Pretty much at this point...only a hand full of people capable of testing this at "real speeds" and 2400 vs 2666 is not much of a compare...most single sided can do 2933...

Also maybe they are unaware that certain dividers are "faster"...
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@1TM1

Thread in my sig, OP has now new section My Benches Collection. Cinebench R15 with / without Performance bias for 3.8GHz with 3200MHz / 2933MHz / 2666MHz / 2400MHz / 2133MHz. Will aim to add some more bits there ASAP wink.gif .
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Do any of the Performance Bias settings have any relevance for day to day computing? Or are the settings simply for benching the specific application it is named for? Which PB setting would be best for a 24/7 Folding@Home or SETI@Home computer?

No idea to all 3?

I have mainly gone about profiling 2 R7 1700 I had for OC'ing and stability testing. They both did 3.8GHz with similar VCORE and 3.9GHz. 3.9GHz too high a VCORE for 24/7 use IMO. What VCORE I need for 3.9GHz stable in ~10x x264 loops is stable for 4.0GHz CB15 benches I did as one offs, not tested anything else.

MemTweakIt on the page I grabbed whilst doing the CB15 benches I did yesterday does not highlight Asus "Secret Sauce".


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Just bought a Crosshair VI and a 1700. Guess I got some reading to do. thumb.gif
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