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For anyone curious what the difference is between TXp and Ti on Ryzen.

Ti





TXp


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Originally Posted by Johan45 View Post

In my testing both at 4.0 GHz, 1 core HT/SMT disabled the 7700k hit 175 in single thread vs the 1700x same core/ram speed hit 164. Also 6950x same settings scored 168

That's very promising indeed. Fantastic news actually. I spend more time than I should, reviewing differences at http://cpu.userbenchmark.com and the i7 7700k is showing a 29% lead at single core.
1700x with 119 Pts vs the 7700k at 154 Pts.
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That's very promising indeed. Fantastic news actually. I spend more time than I should, reviewing differences at http://cpu.userbenchmark.com and the i7 7700k is showing a 29% lead at single core.
1700x with 119 Pts vs the 7700k at 154 Pts.

 

For what it's worth, you'd get much better information on hwbot. You can sort by cooling type to rule out ln2, and look at specific benches which relate to specific workloads. For that matter, these threads contain many more useful comparisons. Aggregate, uncontrolled, and out of context data at userbenchmark doesn't offer a clear picture.

 
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For anyone curious what the difference is between TXp and Ti on Ryzen.

Ti





TXp



is this same clock speed and memory bandwidth?
     
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Are you really doing this haha biggrin.gif

Hat down, your a very resourceful bastard chew* (that's as a compliment) anything on the market you haven't tested yet rolleyes.gif

Here we go not realistic 24/7 but just to show scaling from pure hardware tuning ( keep in mind..my memory sux pretty bad for B die )......no software tuning cuz I have no clue with this benchmark lol.......

4gig is not my limit btw just trying to stay at 4gig for cpc comparisons sake........I can always go up to 5 gig range if you really want me to wink.gif


Edited by chew* - 4/19/17 at 7:59pm
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OMG! rolleyes.gif
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Here we go not realistic 24/7 but just to show scaling from pure hardware tuning ( keep in mind..my memory sux pretty bad for B die )......no software tuning cuz I have no clue with this benchmark lol.......

4gig is not my limit btw just trying to stay at 4gig for cpc comparisons sake........I can always go up to 5 gig range if you really want me to wink.gif


man your screenshots are driving me nuts, stop doing that and that ram dang..

I was able to boot the 1700 with 4200 but cinebench would crash, I couldn't get it stable and didn't want to go beyond 1.45v but ram no matter what doesn't work stuck at 3200 18-14-14-14-34 played with soc, vddp, cpu bus, vttr, threw a coin, banged my head but nutting helped
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is this same clock speed and memory bandwidth?

About. Just the max OC's I could get on both. Xp was 2012 core and 500 mem and TI was 2037 and 450 mem.

Both cards were kinda crappy performers.
Edited by alucardis666 - 4/19/17 at 8:20pm
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I have my 1700x overcloked to 3.9 GHz at 1.37v, it passes IBT maximum. However, once in a while, on cold boots, I just get a black screen. Nothing from the bios leds. GPU leds are on.

Can anyone shed any ideas on what could be wrong. GPU is 1080ti. 16gb Corsair LPX at 2933.
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I like my little 1400 biggrin.gif its so cute redface.gif
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