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Its next on the list to buy. I had to postpone purchase due to unforseen circumstances and a hefty vet bill..

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1700 would have the bigger OC headroom because of its low stock speeds in comparison to X models.

They all cap out at 3.8-3.9 ghz, realistically speaking with 24/7 daily OC.

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It should be able to clock slightly higher than an 1800X really because it would have more thermal headroom with fewer cores.



I'm trying to decide between 1600x and 1700. But I enjoy overclocking things.

I don't do video rendering or anything heavily multi-threaded. But I've still always dreamed of having an i7 6900k.

The 1800x gave me that opportunity.

And the 1700 enabled me to justify it (as I could o/c it for 1800x performance). without paying through the roof!!!

But 1700 would of annoyed me knowing I had the "2nd best". As I was running a lower binned chip.

But £500 was also loo to spend for the best (1800x); especially knowing it couldn't beat an i7 7700k in games.

So as soon as I found out AMD changed their plans, and are now doing the 1600x at 3.6 base / 4.0 turbo (and at half the price of a 1800x) I was jumping for joy!! lol

So I just need to confirm answer to original question.
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I guess it depends how long you plan to keep your system. If it's only for a couple years and you would just be happier with an extra 1 or 200 MHz, then the 1600X makes sense I guess. I tend to keep systems for 5 years or more so I went with the 8-core bang-for-buck CPU. If you really want bang-for-buck and are happy with 6 cores the 1600 makes more sense IMO but I'm not the kind of person that needs to have the absolute highest clock speed either.
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I guess it depends how long you plan to keep your system. If it's only for a couple years and you would just be happier with an extra 1 or 200 MHz, then the 1600X makes sense I guess. I tend to keep systems for 5 years or more so I went with the 8-core bang-for-buck CPU. If you really want bang-for-buck and are happy with 6 cores the 1600 makes more sense IMO but I'm not the kind of person that needs to have the absolute highest clock speed either.

If AMD aren't binning 1800x and 1600x together; they may just be raising default v.core to get that faster clock. The 2 lesser cores would give them that room. <-- but if thats whats happened, I don't want it.

Because effectively I'd be still be getting the lower binned chip. In which case I'd rather just pay an extra £50 and have the 1700 for future-proofing (in case games start utilising all cores properly). (best bang for buck, as you say).

But If, as I say; I'm really getting a 1800x binned chip; that just has two cores switched off... the 1600x will finally enable me to be at peace with myself, and purchase the damn thing already lol!

I'm coming from a FX-8350 (9590 overclock).
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It's very much worth noting though, that AMD plans to stay on this platform until 2020...so buying a cheap CPU now and doing a simple drop-in upgrade after next gen chips come out with perhaps even more cores and more clock speed might be a great idea.
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R5 is a huge gamble....

Mine are all over the place. I thought maybe i had something figured out...

Curveball....

Im busy but post findings soon.
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I find that there is more REAL information here, than any of the YT's have to share. Jay2cents is good for a laugh now and then though. GN lost what little respect I had when they publicly shared their conversations with AMD across the web. He made it sound worse than what it was.

Oh well....OCN is the FIRST place I look for info and to ask for help. For this, I'm thankful.

Just my 2cents.gifthumb.gif

I agree.
I think Jayz is way too overrated.
GN kind of went tabloid with the AMD thing.
I still like watching Paul and I will sub to wendall where ever he goes but i still feel that there is more knowledge on these forums than all of YT put together.
To be honest, I kind of get the feeling that a lot of these YT guys get their information from here anyway.
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Anyone here got a 1600x?

What's your default v.core, please?

And which board do you have?

Thank you.
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Thanks, yes it's just a sata M2 but it comes pre-installed in the board (at least techspot say so), I'm considering buying this board at 208€, if it comes with a 240GB m2 it seems kind of a bargain biggrin.gif

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Updated my Killer to bios 2.10 and my ram won't post over 2133... Granted before I had it at 2400 c12. My dual sided ram doesn't play nicely with Ryzen one bit. Might roll back a couple bios or 2....

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Can someone do a quick explanation of why when overclocking with P states, you only need to touch the first one? I like that it works well, just trying to wrap my head around why you only modify the first one.

Killer boards now "officially" support 3200+ memory per their site, although none is on the QVL. Anyone have it running that high?
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I agree.
I think Jayz is way too overrated.
GN kind of went tabloid with the AMD thing.
I still like watching Paul and I will sub to wendall where ever he goes but i still feel that there is more knowledge on these forums than all of YT put together.
To be honest, I kind of get the feeling that a lot of these YT guys get their information from here anyway.

Wouldn't surprise me if they do. There are quite a few users here that are experts in some of things that the speak of/on. Either from their professional trade, or just downright experience!
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