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That kind of freezing only happens to me when HPET enables
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It happens on other platform with Realbench. It is sometimes Driver-related.

In a nutshell, Realbench Stress test is weak. Doing Infinite Loop of X264 Encode is better for these chips. Yeah, it cannot find memory or cache related instabilities--leave that with Prime or Aida64 Cache-only test, but it's faster than Prime to force a reboot when VCore is insufficient. But I am using the older version that encodes longer.
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So I gotta say the whole "Its software so cant trust it" thing is garbage. Yes there are some applications that are coded by lazy jerks, but the algorithm used is what matters. What sensors are it pulling from etc. Sensors are pretty straight forward. Ill give this a go and see if I can whip up a script to help, but im sure there are some good programs out there that show reasonably accurate settings.
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I'm assuming the R5 1600x is just a CPU with two weak cores that are disabled/cut but still meets the requirements of the higher binning for 1600x speed/TDP
Thanks for that, it's kind of what I figured. Just a coin toss as to what you get?

Interesting.

The reviews also claim 1600x gets full XFR (same as the 1800x).
Base: 3.6
Boost: 4.0
Boost & XFR: 4.1

If XFR can boost it to 4.1 without errors occurring on 1 or 2 cores. I don't understand why 4.1 wouldn't be attainable on all cores (as long as you kept the temperature within an XFR only scenario) I.E. a good custom loop. Or water chiller. Theoretically; you'd assume that to be the case.
OR
is XFR set to always run on the same cores (I.E. the ones found to be strongest during binning process).?

if you would like to run 1.55 v on it i am sure it would,. feel free to try o:
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Just like to know if someone have tinkered with the pstates to boost a higher single core performance while maintaining the the standard clock settings of a R7 1700. The goal is just to boost single core performance on cad programs. Thanks

there are even motherboards that do this for you so i would say yes
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Thanks. I am using a Asrock 350 Pro4. It allows to manually set levels in all pstates. I just don't know yet what pstate (0,1,2,3,4,5,6) controls the single core boost as there isn't much information on it. CPUWorld does show the pstates of Vishera but none for Ryzen
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1.45v is the breakdown voltage for Summit Ridge. I wouldn't recommend that as a 24/7 OC. Try for 3950 MHz with maybe 1.43v?

Well most of the time im at 1.26 voltage at 3.8 ghz for just web browsing and hearthstone. When I game I can go 1.32 3.9 ghz, or 1.45 4 ghz. Problem is anytime I try to use bclk my memory becomes unstable, so no 3.95 until amd may update for memory comes out.

Guess ill leave the computer at 3.8 1.26 for 24/7, and anytime I game will just restart with 3.9 / 4 ghz
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Yes I noticed that too, casually I was ranting about it on the asrock forums some days ago biggrin.gif http://forum.asrock.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=4823&PID=27315&title=whats-the-agesa-edition-of-370killer-bios-20#27315

Oddly enough the X370 Fatal1ty Gaming K4 which is basically the same board with a few added extras still says 2933+ http://www.asrock.com/MB/AMD/Fatal1ty%20X370%20Gaming%20K4/index.asp

I had two ASRock boards under the last AMD platform (990FX) and both BIOS's were buggy. Even the latest BIOS version released in 2016 (P1.8) for the flagship board (990FX Extreme9 12+2) is still buggy as hell.

I was doing some O/C'ing on it tonight and I could apply the same set of settings in a different order, and system wouldn't boot. Regardless fact settings are all 100% exactly the same. Figuring out these mysterious orders has been so painstaking it almost took the fun out of it sometimes.

Figuring out the correct "order" to enter them would result in a 100% stable system. Not learning the mysterious order would always result in a completely non-boot scenario.

Worst of all; there were actually similar "patterns" between my two 990FX ASRock boards (like they were both plagued by the same problems).

My next board will definitely be an ASUS. Without any shadow of a doubt on that one.

Sorry I don't know how much bearing that has on Ryzen, but there's a bitter taste in my mouth about it. And I felt I should share. If no one ever says anything; nothing will ever get better.

And you did say in your rant at that link you gave, that the board was the only one still not supporting 3200....
Edited by nrpeyton - 4/18/17 at 5:44pm
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heh, still no issues with my x370 killer sli/ac OR my x99 fataility i7 professional. overclocking is fine with both. i can hit high clocks. can't speak for fast ram tho since i don't own any
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@nrpeyton

I forgot I had logging on in HWiNFO, you'll see the logging icon has red X to denote stop when enabled in previous post screenie. Here is log ref data/timestamps of file :-

3.9GHz_R7_as_R5_6C_12T.zip 12k .zip file

I opened the spreadsheet. I'm seeing 100% CPU utilisation at 3.9GHZ on all 6 cores at a v.core of only 1.163v to 1.181v (unless I'm missing something that looks pretty darn good)?

Is that the 1600 or the 1600x?
Edited by nrpeyton - 4/18/17 at 5:46pm
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VID is different from VCore.

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