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This gets tricky. You have focused airfow into the case with those vent ports. In that instance, you are directly cooling the components so they will cool the best with *cool* outside air blowing on them. That's also why radiators work better as intakes - cool outside air. That test you refer to was posted on Youtube and he tested every permutation. The one aaveat he found was the *type* of colling used by the GPU had in impact. Whether it was open airflow or directed (pulled out of the case through the GPU cooling fins). I think the latter had slightly higher temps when the water radiator was set to intake.

If you have to rely on passive cooling of internal components, I think exhaust config is marginally better (I would need to dig up references). Otherwise, getting cool air directly to components is better. I still prefer the rear fan to be an exhaust (I currently run air cooling and want the heat from that moved out and not randomly dispersed.), otherwise I have a lot of fans pointing inward. I'm going to see if vent shrouds like you are using are available aftermarket. They should be and would be a great addition...

agreed, but spot cooling IMO has better returns on effort than "wind tunnel" we got into years ago - that just doesn't work right.
the vent shrouds are NOT available commercially; the (albeit a bit crappy (walls are too thin, hard to actually print)) 3d models for 3d printers are on thingiverse :

120MM fan size
140MM fan size (55mm mouth)
140MM fan size (40mm mouth)

if you DO print these (or get them printed) PLEASE edit the models to thicken all the walls - or they will fall apart 90% of the time. I haven't finished my redesign.



@gupsterg and I guess @Mikesamuel112
I know this isn't the right thread (ryzen DB) but here is my infos (joining the 4ghz official club) :
CPU-Z
chip info :


Voltage : 1.1875 base +20625 offset LLC 3 (HWiNFO64 shows a range of 1.375-1.386)

Pstate0 Overclock

TEMPs during 2 hours of OCCT :

VRM - 68C
CPU - 62.5C
Ambient - 21.1C
post #9822 of 11582
Is tough to run 3200mhz cas 14 on R7 1700? I asked this question because I just finished my build and it posted just find. I tried both loading xmp setting and manual (3200, 14/14/14/32) and it will boot cycle a couple times before it posts. When it finally does, ram settings are still present but i'm not sure if it's running at that speed (windows not yet installed). Nothing else was changed, just the ram settings.

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Is tough to run 3200mhz cas 14 on R7 1700? I asked this question because I just finished my build and it posted just find. I tried both loading xmp setting and manual (3200, 14/14/14/32) and it will boot cycle a couple times before it posts. When it finally does, ram settings are still present but i'm not sure if it's running at that speed (windows not yet installed). Nothing else was changed, just the ram settings.

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Ryzen likes baby steps. 2933 first 3200 second no crazy boot loop.

I would run 2933 for os install not 3200. Not all chips are stable 3200.
Edited by chew* - 4/24/17 at 5:27pm
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Oops I just realized I hadn't set folding power to "full" in my test so I will go back and update that.
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Is tough to run 3200mhz cas 14 on R7 1700? I asked this question because I just finished my build and it posted just find. I tried both loading xmp setting and manual (3200, 14/14/14/32) and it will boot cycle a couple times before it posts. When it finally does, ram settings are still present but i'm not sure if it's running at that speed (windows not yet installed). Nothing else was changed, just the ram settings.

R7 1700
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G.skill 3200mhz c14 2x8gb


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Ryzen likes baby steps. 2933 first 3200 second no crazy boot loop.

I would run 2933 for os install not 3200. Not all chips are stable 3200.


Thank you I will try that. I really hope this dog can do 3200 lol


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Thank you I will try that. I really hope this dog can do 3200 lol


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Most ref clock boards can either straight up or with cheating and ref clock.

Mainstream boards appear to struggle in real stability testing@ 3200 on same chip. Have not pinned down the issue yet.
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Thank you I will try that. I really hope this dog can do 3200 lol


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Most ref clock boards can either straight up or with cheating and ref clock.

Mainstream boards appear to struggle in real stability testing@ 3200 on same chip. Have not pinned down the issue yet.

If i do bclk overclock, will it affect my m.2 nvme? I believe if you go over 102 on bclk you end up running x8 on your pci-e?

I cant wait to tinker with it. i spent a few days doing my custom loop and i just finished leak testing it and posted it real quick and tried that 3200 mhz memory but today is family day now. Hopefully i can get windows running tonight!

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Yes if m2...avoid for now.

I have one to test now but have not tested yet....
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Currently doing my first atempt at overclocking this 1700x, 3.9 @1.4v was a no go (crashed after 10 min blend test in prime). Currently up to 1 hour of 3.8 @1.4v, but I'm not sure if I should crank it back up and increase the voltage or keep it at 3.8 and just lower the voltage. What do you guys think?

temps are as follows:

LLC and over current enabled?

While the black screen is often a symptom of lack of voltage, it can also be lack of current. Try 110% current to core.
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LLC and over current enabled?

While the black screen is often a symptom of lack of voltage, it can also be lack of current. Try 110% current to core.

Not really sure, I don't do much OC at all so I was just following whatever I found on youtube. As for the actual settings of that run I just put CPU core voltage at 1.4v and multiplier to 39. That gave me errors in thread 13 and 15 in my blend test.

The last couple of hours I have been toying around with voltages at 3.8ghz, lowering it in increments of .025v each time. 1.3v eventually gave me a black screen and restart after about 15min of blend test, but 1.3125v is holding steady at the moment. I'll probably do another attempt at trying 3.9ghz at one point, but I would prefer to not go to much above 1.4v even though I have an excessive amount of radiator surface area.

Also, in regards to the current. Would you happen to know what that would be named on the Crosshair VI?
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