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Here's a weird issue I'm experiencing!

All of a sudden about a third of my boots will end with a crash the moment the Windows logo pops up.
https://streamable.com/97rio <--- 10 second video showing what happens.
But when it successfully boots (2/3 of the time) everything seems to run fine.

I thought it was maybe a stability issue since my CPU is overclocked ( 1700X at3.9GHz and 1.35V). I ran a stability test on AIDA64 overnight and there was no crash.

This issue started popping up after I installed LED strips onto my computer (plugged into the motherboard's RGB headers) but I don't see how that could cause the issue.
Any thoughts?
post #9442 of 11736
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

8k in time spy?

Im in the 9k range iirc...

Here is an answer to one of the big questions. PCI E gen 3 vs gen 1.

GEN 3 what is most important is game tests.
PCI%20E%20gen%203_zpsr2xzeebf.jpg

GEN 1 16g
PCI%20E%20gen%201_zpszo7x6icq.jpg

Gen 1 32g vs my gaming 5 lauch day review
asrock%2014_zpsye7lcomq.jpg

As you can see yes there is a slight performance drop in gen 1........you can also see that cpu performance scales with ref clock and lower mem dividers.

This is extremely consistent. I see fps drop but cpu performance gains repeatedly test after test.

No 32gig needed for this...

Basically you are trying to solve an answer to a problem which we or at least I made public knowledge to day 1 at launch.

Its already been answered...you just need to accept the answer...

The sub timings you have no acess to currently can be tightened up by using a lower strap and ref clock...

What you are seeing with 32g is that since i showed people how to do 32g with better timings...

they are using ref clock lower divider then raising speed.

Fyi giga a tad slow in 3d vs asrock at least..

Difficult to accept the answer when I had never heard it before today, in spite of spending quite a lot of time here.

 

That's interesting.

 

thanks


Edited by gtbtk - 4/20/17 at 4:50pm
post #9443 of 11736
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Originally Posted by gtbtk View Post

Difficult to accept the answer when I had never heard it before today, in spite of spending quite a lot of time here.

That's interesting.

thanks

Im sorry i would have assumed you read my review on launch day ( ryzen return of the jedi ).

I stand corrected.
post #9444 of 11736
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

8k in time spy?

Im in the 9k range iirc...

Here is an answer to one of the big questions. PCI E gen 3 vs gen 1.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
GEN 3 what is most important is game tests.
PCI%20E%20gen%203_zpsr2xzeebf.jpg

GEN 1 16g
PCI%20E%20gen%201_zpszo7x6icq.jpg

Gen 1 32g vs my gaming 5 lauch day review
asrock%2014_zpsye7lcomq.jpg

As you can see yes there is a slight performance drop in gen 1........you can also see that cpu performance scales with ref clock and lower mem dividers.

This is extremely consistent. I see fps drop but cpu performance gains repeatedly test after test.

No 32gig needed for this...

Basically you are trying to solve an answer to a problem which we or at least I made public knowledge to day 1 at launch.

Its already been answered...you just need to accept the answer...

The sub timings you have no acess to currently can be tightened up by using a lower strap and ref clock...

What you are seeing with 32g is that since i showed people how to do 32g with better timings...

they are using ref clock lower divider then raising speed.

Fyi giga a tad slow in 3d vs asrock at least..

Thanks for the numbers! After another round of testing I can safely say my Fury X does not like Gen 2 with increased BCLK (106.2) either, results in instability and ultimately crashes / BSOD.
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post #9445 of 11736
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Originally Posted by becks View Post

But I still think my hardware is shinny-er .. + RGB makes it faster biggrin.gif

Becks i did this for you since you have been a very good sport.

Let me first state...I hate rgb!

Let me also state...i ran out of rgb headers ROFL....

i had more stuff to plug in frown.gif

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Edited by chew* - 4/20/17 at 5:22pm
post #9446 of 11736
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Originally Posted by malitze View Post

Thanks for the numbers! After another round of testing I can safely say my Fury X does not like Gen 2 with increased BCLK (106.2) either, results in instability and ultimately crashes / BSOD.

I looped heaven on it for days at 120 ref clock but I was also Prime blend stable with 90% ram allocated and using gen 1.

I made a ton of videos.
post #9447 of 11736
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Turned 4 months just a couple of days ago. wink.gif

My lack of sleep is not attributed to her though. smile.gif


@chew*
Is that the Prime's?

My K7's back side does not look like that. Quite a hard one for soldering. frown.gif

Yep its the prime x370 pro the b350 has pads to.

fwiw mus I ran 1.475v on gaming 5 and llc high and that's got my chip 3.990 stable but old prime version and old microcode ( easier to oc )

I get just a tad less on the other boards at a measured 1.40. 3.9gig

I would guess the gaming 5 has a bit of droop but will confirm it soon.
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Originally Posted by gtbtk View Post

Difficult to accept the answer when I had never heard it before today, in spite of spending quite a lot of time here.

That's interesting.

thanks

Im sorry i would have assumed you read my review on launch day ( ryzen return of the jedi ).

I stand corrected.

This thread is so busy and I dont spend 24/7 looking at it. I'm not surprised I missed it. Glad I caught up now

post #9449 of 11736
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

@Spawne32

Yendor is right.

2666MHz+ strap = no odd CAS, rest primary can be.

Just how platform is, hope is May update from AMD to board vendors opens things up. Below extract from Elmor's OC guide for C6H (works for Asus MB R&D).

I tried 16 CAS (stock is 15) at 2667(which is the option) and no post. Another thing im noticing is that, despite the fact that in windows the setup is faster than my 860k, the initial boots, and shutting down to restart are much slower.
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@rt123

I am surprised! Ryzen actually does well with Vantage. thumb.gif

Hitting 90+% Util in CPU Tests. And I believe RAM matters a lot here.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/5609885
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