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I wish the Ryzen 1800x cpu could have just one of its eight cores overclock to 5GHz, it would have been so much better for gaming I think. smile.gif

Intel soon release a 1 core cpu 6ghz, better ipc and 6ghz must be better right?
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Probably better for playing Arma 3. (Arma 3 which imo is a bad buggy game, but to elaborate would be off topic.)
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It seems ive got some tweaking left before this is fully stable. I can do any of my daily activity/gaming with it no problem but it crashes during a 8-12 hour run of Prime95 in either blend or small FFT. Heat doesnt appear to be an issue as max temp is around 76 (unless its spiking during a later part of the test which I cannot be around for). The crash leaves the computer running and fans remain ramped up but the LEDs for all peripherals will turn off and the monitors will black out with no signal, hard shutdown and reboot is all thats needed. Is this likely just in need of some more voltage at vcore or is this something else? Hard to pin down without being able to watch hwmonitor. (i have to work and sleep eventually).

Any advice?
4ghz @ I think 1.375 in BIOS, HWmonitor reads as 1.368-1.392, occassional spikes to 1.408
Ram is G.skill flare x running at 2400 cl16 (default config, not the cl14 3200).
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I can report that 4x16Gb @3230MHz still works with 1081 bios. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Oops. Wrong thread sorry. biggrin.gif
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I can report that 4x16Gb @3230MHz still works with 1081 bios. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Oops. Wrong thread sorry. biggrin.gif
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Someone already mentioned this; but yes, buildzoid knows what he is talking about and what he says about the XPOWER board is accurate.
The main points of his review on the Titanium were as follows:
  • The VRM's are underwhelming, though not limiting. For the price, they could have been better.
  • The lack of adjustable baseclock is a real disappointment
  • The x16, x8, x8 PCIe configuration is really nice for 3-way XFire and including the 6pin PCIe power on board is nice though not typically useful

Conclusion? The price tag seems awfully high for what you're getting, especially when compared to other motherboards out.


Owning this board, I can say that the biggest disappointment for me was the lack of baseclock. I can't understand why they left that out.

I totally disagree with him on the vrm issue.The vrm phasing may be a little lower than Crosshair VI, but the vrm components have better specs and the heatsink is superior, thus making it equal or superior to the Crosshair VI vrm. Check which board has the highest overclock overall. It is an MSI Xpower 370 Titanium at 4.293 GHZ. The vrm runs cooler on the Titanium because of its superior heat sink vs Asus Crosshair VI. The board has steel reinforcement for dimm slots,something NOT offered by Asus Crosshair VI. The bclock issue remains cloudy.Whether it is hardware based or just inadequate bios support from MSI.I would say bios support as a general issue is a bit better from Asus. My assessment is the MSI is superior to Asus Crosshair VI from a construction standpoint and quality is as good or slightly better. Asus has a small edge on bios support. Whether it desreves to be priced $44 higher than Asus Crosshair VI is another question.It certainly deserves a higher price. Oh I forgot that it is also FAR better looking than the Crosshair VI.
Edited by os2wiz - 4/20/17 at 7:05am
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







OMG! rolleyes.gif

wth.gif

Nice comparison.
+1.

Can you do Timespy/FSE next? Pls...
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I totally disagree with him on the vrm issue.The vrm phasing may be a little lower than Crosshair VI, but the vrm components have better specs and the heatsink is superior, thus making it equal or superior to the Crosshair VI vrm. Check which board has the highest overclock overall. It is an MSI Xpower 370 Titanium at 4.293 GHZ. The vrm runs cooler on the Titanium because of its superior heat sink vs Asus Crosshair VI. The board has steel reinforcement for dimm slots,something NOT offered by Asus Crosshair VI. The bclock issue remains cloudy.Whether it is hardware based or just inadequate bios support from MSI.I would say bios support as a general issue is a bit better from Asus. My assessment is the MSI is superior to Asus Crosshair VI from a construction standpoint and quality is as good or slightly better. Asus has a small edge on bios support. Whether it desreves to be priced $44 higher than Asus Crosshair VI is another question.It certainly deserves a higher price. Oh I forgot that it is also FAR better looking than the Crosshair VI.
does the board have external clock generator? if no, there's no way to have adjustable bclk even with bios update
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I totally disagree with him on the vrm issue.The vrm phasing may be a little lower than Crosshair VI, but the vrm components have better specs and the heatsink is superior, thus making it equal or superior to the Crosshair VI vrm. Check which board has the highest overclock overall. It is an MSI Xpower 370 Titanium at 4.293 GHZ. The vrm runs cooler on the Titanium because of its superior heat sink vs Asus Crosshair VI. The board has steel reinforcement for dimm slots,something NOT offered by Asus Crosshair VI. The bclock issue remains cloudy.Whether it is hardware based or just inadequate bios support from MSI.I would say bios support as a general issue is a bit better from Asus. My assessment is the MSI is superior to Asus Crosshair VI from a construction standpoint and quality is as good or slightly better. Asus has a small edge on bios support. Whether it desreves to be priced $44 higher than Asus Crosshair VI is another question.It certainly deserves a higher price. Oh I forgot that it is also FAR better looking than the Crosshair VI.

4293 is a validation...a validation...like read it one more time valdation. Meaning suicide screenshot stable...

I ran time spy at 4250....how high do you think i could validate if i could run a multithreaded cpu test at 4250 wink.gif

BD validates at 8 gig plus on ln2
..most real benchers wont do valids on a low clocking chip lol...

Im just going to load up my $80 clearance rack board and end that stupid cpu-z issue for this thread...
Edited by chew* - 4/20/17 at 7:28am
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wth.gif

Nice comparison.
+1.

Can you do Timespy/FSE next? Pls...

Sure. But later. wink.gif

Here's an FS for a glimpse.
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12246593/fs/12387470#

Ryzen@4.0 vs 6900K@4.6

Edit: both are limited to X8 on the slot. But different drivers.
Edited by mus1mus - 4/20/17 at 7:48am
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Nobody answered before but I'm curious about temps. What's everyone's comfortable everyday temp for idle/load?
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Nobody answered before but I'm curious about temps. What's everyone's comfortable everyday temp for idle/load?

39C under music player + some tabs of chrome. room temp sits around 26C
57C under heavy load
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