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I got 4Ghz at 1.42 so far stable and temps are 64c max when stressing. is this safe for 24/7? when they say "may degrade lifespan" whats that indicate, im hoping it atleast last a year or two.
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Finally got to 2933 on my memory. Would like to get to 3200 but maybe need to wait for more BIOS updates.
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Finally got to 2933 on my memory. Would like to get to 3200 but maybe need to wait for more BIOS updates.

Hello,

 

From your signature I see you're running on a Gigabyte X370 Gaming K3 + Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz (CMK16GX4M2B3200C16).

 

Could you please share your memory timings + voltage settings (for mobo as well) ?

 

 

Regards,

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Hello,

From your signature I see you're running on a Gigabyte X370 Gaming K3 + Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz (CMK16GX4M2B3200C16).

Could you please share your memory timings + voltage settings (for mobo as well) ?


Regards,

With the lpx its also about soc voltage. Mine will need a single boot loop to run at 3200mhz but it does so with 1.35dram/dramboot voltage and soc at 1.15, anything below 1.15 and it wont post, and anything above it gives me qcode errors.

The gigabyte g5 is a bit different but soc voltage is key for ram.
    
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I got 4Ghz at 1.42 so far stable and temps are 64c max when stressing. is this safe for 24/7? when they say "may degrade lifespan" whats that indicate, im hoping it atleast last a year or two.

Must have a hell of a water cooling system to get temps at 64°C max with those voltages. What are you using to test and what are you using to check temps?
    
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With the lpx its also about soc voltage. Mine will need a single boot loop to run at 3200mhz but it does so with 1.35dram/dramboot voltage and soc at 1.15, anything below 1.15 and it wont post, and anything above it gives me qcode errors.

The gigabyte g5 is a bit different but soc voltage is key for ram.


Cool, thanks for sharing!

 

I take it you're running the same RAM sticks just a different mobo (GIGABYTE X370 Gaming-5).

 

 

Will wait for TrueForm's reply as well.

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Cool, thanks for sharing!

I take it you're running the same RAM sticks just a different mobo (GIGABYTE X370 Gaming-5).


Will wait for TrueForm's reply as well.

Was running that mobo before it died after 4 days, most i could get was 2666 but didn't try tweaking it much. Asus has test BIOSes every other week, some are having luck with docp (asus equivalent of xmp) and it works right away while some have to tweak the soc voltage, all CPU IMCs are different, some require low soc, others a bit more.

Mine wont cold boot until i hit reset once then it works just fine, at 2933 i can run 16-16-16-16-36 timings instead of 16-18-18-18-36 timings, haven't tried on 3200 since its not reliable for me. Future BIOS updates may help since they rewrite the EC on the motherboard.
    
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Hello,

Neeed some help and advices.
I bought and Asus Crosshair VI+Ryzen 1700+corsair lpx vengeance 16gb(2x8gb)3200Mhz.
Sadly for cooling i have just stock cooler(wraith spire),i had previously on my old system and hyper 212 evo and read that was same as this one.
My 2 request advices would be wich cooler to get.My first choice would be Noctua nh-D15.Is an AIO better than that one?My 2nd point is the psu.I have a Corsair RM650x and for cpu i had just the 8 pin and not the +4 one.For overclocking do i have to change my PSU?

I tryed some OC,didn't succeded to get more than 2400 stable for ram and 3.8Ghz on cpu.
My settings are:
CPU core voltage 1.33125(affraid to put cpu on high voltage as i do not to have a short life but willing to listen to advices, i am just a beginner in oc)
VDDSOC voltage override 1.20
DRAM voltage 1.35.

Thank you for your help
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Hello,

Neeed some help and advices.
I bought and Asus Crosshair VI+Ryzen 1700+corsair lpx vengeance 16gb(2x8gb)3200Mhz.
Sadly for cooling i have just stock cooler(wraith spire),i had previously on my old system and hyper 212 evo and read that was same as this one.
My 2 request advices would be wich cooler to get.My first choice would be Noctua nh-D15.Is an AIO better than that one?My 2nd point is the psu.I have a Corsair RM650x and for cpu i had just the 8 pin and not the +4 one.For overclocking do i have to change my PSU?

I tryed some OC,didn't succeded to get more than 2400 stable for ram and 3.8Ghz on cpu.
My settings are:
CPU core voltage 1.33125(affraid to put cpu on high voltage as i do not to have a short life but willing to listen to advices, i am just a beginner in oc)
VDDSOC voltage override 1.20
DRAM voltage 1.35.

Thank you for your help

AIOs are pointless unless u get a 360mm one the D15 is PLENTY for the 1700.

For ram, you need to change everything manually, set the timings. Heres the trick. Change soc to 1.0 (to begin with) then save and reset then go back into the BIOS and then change the RAM speed manually, dont do em both at once it will cause issues. 1.2v might be a bit high depending on the CPU it might not like it.

Its trial and error, you can try docp standard and see if it works without changing anything.

For me with the same ram same mobo, changing soc and ram speed together doesnt post, if i use my 1.35/1.35/1.0 2933 preset then go back into BIOS change soc to 1.15, save and reset, back into BIOS and change it to 3200mhz it will work just fine. Problem is the cold boot which needs a single case reset hit to work. Restarts aren't an issue.
    
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The only thing most AIOs are good at compared to a decent air cooler is noise and reducing clamping stress on the socket.
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