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That would be great if you can test with 2666mhz ram. Are you testing on High Power setting or AMD power setting ? I also run 4 x 8gb Trident C16 ram 3200mhz but my mb doesn't post more than 2666 mhz.

W7 high power with core parking disabled. W10C balanced with core parking 50%. There is a section in OP with the W7 test case for PP.

Then in thread there is some 3DM FS / TS test case on W10C for PP. CB R15 with the W10C PP profile I use is within "run to run" variance for result for like cpu/ram clock vs W7, like 3 points. So on the basis of 3DM/CB W10C PP I use is deemed "optimal".

Will do same runs I did for CB R15 as 3.8GHz as 3.9GHz with all RAM clocks and with/without PB smile.gif .
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found this to be an interesting thread over on the MSI forums https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=284497.50

I was part of team ROG. One of those roles is forum/ end user support.

First off we had 100% contact with ASUS usa hq.

Secondly...if i responded like some of there mods have....i would have gotten the boot.
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So, on the latest version of CPU-Z they have decided to sum up CPU voltages.



I see people screaming out loud already...Do not freak out thumb.gif
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Is anyone getting CPU usage on one thread all the time for no reason? I'm getting about 40% usage on one thread all the time. Which is still low for the overall CPU usage, but annoying.

Under processes it appears to be coming from system interrupts but that doesn't tell me anything.

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Have a look at the process list and see if "system interrupts" is using a high amount of CPU at idle (should be less than 1%). Using the application LatencyMon can help you track down what is causing the system interrupts to be running at high levels. It can often be wifi adapters or ACPI. 

 

I am running windows on a macbook pro and on a fresh boot, my system interrupts will pulling high loads on core 0 and run it at 100%. It turns out that it is something up with the apple bootcamp drivers and ACPI that is causing it to behave that way. If I sleep the PC and then wake it up again, The ACPI drivers sort themselves out and the CPU usage goes back to the 2-3% that you would normally expect. There may be a permanent way to resolve the acpi problem but I have not spend too much time looking for it as the "sleep" solution hasnt really started motivating me to go searching. 

 

You may be able to solve a wifi system interrupts problem by enabling Message signaled interrupts on the wifi adapter. If you are using a USB adapter, try it in different ports, either CPU connected or chipset connected

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If you find something let me know. I did all my first round at 2933 cause I didn't want a fight. It was really smooth though at that speed no CB/CBB always rebooted without a hitch.
I think I found the 1600x you were looking for biggrin.gif
I appreciate all the time and effort you've been putting in here Gups, It's not easy balancing work life and your hobbies at times and I know you've put countless hours into Ryzen and it's only 2 months old. cheers.gif

1600 non x...

We likey the budget minded stuff smile.gif
It was only $30 difference and I'm glad I splurged. http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/11440#post_26044846
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But doesn't Ryzen actually have lower IPC than Sky- or Kaby Lake?
Yes it is in almost everything when compared one on one.
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This is all my voltage settings I can see. Where do I start? I can only use RyzenMaster to increase vcore at the moment but I have to open it every time I start windows and click apply. Won't apply when I restart.
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Known issue.

I'm going to guess you've got an nvme ssd?

You need to set the power down time to a much larger value.

I'm at work at minute so can't link.

Haven't found the specific information in the thread yet. I'm going to attempt installation of a Samsung M.2 NVMe 960 Evo this afternoon. What power down setting are you referring to? Are you just talking about the usual Windows Power Option setting for the Hard drives?
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Haven't found the specific information in the thread yet. I'm going to attempt installation of a Samsung M.2 NVMe 960 Evo this afternoon. What power down setting are you referring to? Are you just talking about the usual Windows Power Option setting for the Hard drives?

Sorry, forgot about this:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/11210#post_26042423
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I was part of team ROG. One of those roles is forum/ end user support.

First off we had 100% contact with ASUS usa hq.

Secondly...if i responded like some of there mods have....i would have gotten the boot.

Yeh that one mod is particularly aggressive with customers there, I used to work for Lamptron if anyone remembers them. You can be vocal but you have to be respectful of the customer concerns as well.
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This is all my voltage settings I can see. Where do I start? I can only use RyzenMaster to increase vcore at the moment but I have to open it every time I start windows and click apply. Won't apply when I restart.

yea board use off set.
simplified down.
on my B350 I used and changed the first two,
this image shows 1.5vcore (not mine)
so I used a lower positive off set to find my 1.32v that I test atm on 3.8ghz.

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