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post #10831 of 17210
Newegg and probably other places has dropped the price of 1800x to $469.
post #10832 of 17210
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Originally Posted by GoneToPlaid View Post

These are the same DIMMs I have - I can get them to run at 3200 by changing procODT to 80 ohms, and changing the CL timing to 18. I would also change the failcount to 5 to be safe. I think 3200 is on the edge of stability for me with these DIMMs, so if you have an issue, try 2933 as well.

They are dual rank DIMMs, probably Samsung E die as someone else mentioned. If I overclock them from 2667 settings with BCLK overclock, I can get lower CL timings. Hopefully the May BIOS update will make that unnecessary smile.gif

Here's the data from Thaiphoon burner, as requested. Thes are actually B die, apparently.

Manufacturing Description Module Manufacturer: G.Skill
Module Part Number: F4-3400C16-16GTZ
DRAM Manufacturer: Samsung
DRAM Components: K4A8G085WB-BCPB
DRAM Die Revision / Lithography Resolution: B / 20 nm
Module Manufacturing Date: Undefined
Module Manufacturing Location: Taipei, Taiwan
Module Serial Number: 00000000h
Module PCB Revision: 00h
post #10833 of 17210
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Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post

yea i think a9 is ok not sure i dont really check my post codes haha.

You want the metal washer between the spring and am4 mounting bracket. Part of the problem is the spring gets stuck in the metal bracket and sits crooked, that changes the spring compression/rebound making it a lot harder for the cpu to push against them.

Is that why it always makes this scratching sound when I screw them in or unscrew them? And were those extra metal washers included with something or do I have to go find some lying around the house? I also added a picture of the Supremacy block. Can you please add in where the washers would go with paint or something? I just want to be sure I finally get this sorted out. Thanks in advance thumb.gif

post #10834 of 17210
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Originally Posted by Karpata View Post

Alright so I went through all the slots and still get stuck on Boot 0d. It goes 99 - A2- 0d and the HD-LED at the bottom right corner of the MB flashes once somewhere between A2 and 0d. Can you send me a link to the most stable recent bios? Currently I have the 1002 from the Support Page.

Are you still going through this postcode sequence? I think this is a different 0d than memory fail. For me, it goes through this sequence after clearing CMOS, and is going into BIOS. I wonder if there is something wrong with your display, GPU, or even your video cable (several people have changed video cables and fixed their issue). Does caps lock work on your keyboard?
post #10835 of 17210
Is there any guide to do RAM overclock?

I have a 3200 MHz C14 Trident Z, but don't know which settings I need to change in the BIOS in order to go further than 2133 MHz.

Thanks in advance!
post #10836 of 17210
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Originally Posted by GoneToPlaid View Post

Are you still going through this postcode sequence? I think this is a different 0d than memory fail. For me, it goes through this sequence after clearing CMOS, and is going into BIOS. I wonder if there is something wrong with your display, GPU, or even your video cable (several people have changed video cables and fixed their issue). Does caps lock work on your keyboard?

Read through my last few post. Appearently my CPU was getting squashed under the EK-Supremacy block and I now made it to A9 and I might actually be good now. We'll see tomorrow
post #10837 of 17210
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

My experience with both versions.

0.1 initial release:

With HPET off, It still changed voltages and frequencies. HOWEVER, it caused other things to go haywire, such as my monitor blacking out periodically and my kbd multi-typing single key presses. But, it changed the frequencies and voltages according to HWinfo (which also started having stuttered polling).

With HPET on, it works totally fine.

0.1b

HPET off, the changes function as 0.1 with HPET on, without the crazyness.


Either:

Conflicts with AI suite 3 (not surprising) as in AI suite 3 won't show the new P0 frequency, even tho it is showing the correct multiplier.

Reikoji - I'm having a little trouble following your conclusions. Is 0.1b working fine now? Or is there still an issue? Thanks for being the guinea pig to test it out!!!
post #10838 of 17210
Effect of DDR4 memory speed on Ryzen performance at 4 GHz.
Results from CPU-Z ver1.78, Cinebench R15.0, Ghost Recon Wildlands in Nvidia surround 7680x1440 all settings maxed.
Measured with 1800X (1707SUT batch) in C6H motherboard (0083 BIOS), Hynix M-die RAM 2x8GB F4-3200C16D-16GTZB 16-18-18-38, 1080ti.
All BIOS settings on Auto except DRAM=1.35V, CPU core=40, memory frequency and timings. Cinebench bias off.
All win10 monitoring background processes were left as on. This may explain occasional variation in numbers.

Windows 10
memory speed & timings CPU-Z run1 run2 run3 CB15 run1 run2 run3
2666-12-14-14-32-2T 2338 20920 2322 20799 2339 20928 1760 1756 1757
2933-14-16-16-34-2T 2339 20887 2338 20940 2339 20896 1758 1763 1754
3200-16-18-18-38-2T 2338 20965 2338 20926 2338 20959 1762 1762 1762
3200-16-16-16-36-2T 2338 20866 2316 20781 2341 20854 1754 1750 1752
3200-14-16-16-36-2T 2320 20946 2341 20974 2339 20951 1770 1768 fail

Windows 10 Creators Update
memory speed & timings CPU-Z run1 run2 run3 CB15 run1 run2 run3
2133-10-11-11-24-1T 2337 20060 2339 20801 2338 20811 1742 1737 1739
2400-14-14-14-30-1T 2340 20738 2339 20749 2338 20865 1747 1745 1751
2400-11-12-12-28-1T 2340 20540 2337 20849 2340 20851 1754 1748 1745
2666-14-14-14-32-2T 2341 20879 2340 20889 2341 20850 1759 1753 1762
2666-12-14-14-32-2T 2335 20534 2340 20860 2340 20816 1754 1763 1766
2933-16-16-16-36-2T 2338 20793 2338 20154 2340 20883 1760 1757 1765
2933-14-16-16-34-2T 2339 20866 2339 20913 2340 20880 1757 1763 1762
3200-16-16-16-36-2T 2339 20879 2338 20884 2338 20857 1764 1765 1760
3200-14-16-16-34-2T 2340 20645 2338 20555 2186 20745 1771 1770 fail
3200-14-16-16-34-2T* 2336 20901 2337 20897 2341 20909 1764 1766 1764
* in the last line DRAM set to 1.38V and termination vttddr to 1/2 of DRAM at 0.69V, the rest was same.

Windows 10 Creators Update
memory speed & timings GRW average FPS,range, online/offline
2133-10-11-11-24-1T 32 25-35 offline
2400-11-12-12-28-1T 33 26-36 offline
2666-12-14-14-32-2T 33 27-39 offline
2933-14-16-16-34-2T 32 27-38 offline
3200-16-16-16-36-2T 34 27-36 offline
3200-16-16-16-36-2T 30 28-34 online


Other data scattered in nooks and crannies of this thread
gupsterg 3800 3200-14-14-14-34 1754 CB bias on
gupsterg 3800 3200-14-14-14-34 1700 CB bias off
gupsterg 3800 2933-14-14-14-34 1751 CB bias on
gupsterg 3800 2933-14-14-14-34 1691 CB bias off
gupsterg 3800 2666-14-14-14-34 1740 CB bias on
gupsterg 3800 2666-14-14-14-34 1691 CB bias off
gupsterg 3800 2400-14-14-14-34 1731 CB bias on
gupsterg 3800 2400-14-14-14-34 1676 CB bias off
gupsterg 3800 2133-14-14-14-34 1715 CB bias on
gupsterg 3800 2133-14-14-14-34 1665 CB bias off
crysis90 4100 3600-14-13-13-28 1901 CB bias on


Just raw data, draw your own conclusions...
Molecular dynamics under ubuntu 17.04 Linux not done yet; will post when have.
If someone needs printscreens PM me.
post #10839 of 17210
I have another question guys. When I removed the waterblock from my CPU I noticed some black stuff "oozing out" between the Heatspreader and the green plate. I read all kind of explanations in google from thermal pads or compund to oxidized copper. Is this bad? It got me a little worried since appearently the Waterblock I use has some problems with being way too tight if you screw it on all the way.
post #10840 of 17210
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Originally Posted by GoneToPlaid View Post

Reikoji - I'm having a little trouble following your conclusions. Is 0.1b working fine now? Or is there still an issue? Thanks for being the guinea pig to test it out!!!

Yes, 0.1b works without hitch HPET disabled unlike the initial 0.1.
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