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I have a question. I know that AMD has recommended 1.35V as 24/7 use - I however don't have my PC running 24/7, but back to the point - is 1,417V too high for normal usage as rendering/gaming @ 3,92GHz on air cooling?


I tried setting my voltage to 1.35V but my PC crashes when running the CineBench. So I left the setting on Auto, hence my voltage without activity is for some reason 1,417V, but during activity it drops to 3,95V (as a initiating/ending voltage) to 1,37V.
Is it ok to leave my settings as is if I don't have any issues or should I lower my CPU clock to 3,85 with 1,35V?

EDIT: HWINFO shows me slightly different information. So I'm not sure what to trust here.

Edited by OnSync - 5/2/17 at 4:22am
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Well, Linpack does test memory/controller, especially with large test sizes.

As do other tests, but I wouldn't recommend on a public video to test with Linpack for isolating memory specifically (if that is indeed what was said)
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Hi,
have now 2 stable Memory configurations ( HCI Memtest 1000% without failure )

2 * 16GB Dual Rank F4 3200 GVR @ 14-14-14-34 2666MHZ
and
4* 8GB Single Rank Gskill Flare X @ 18-18-18-36 3200MHZ

which one should i use? I need it only for Gaming.

i´ve heard thats 2666 Dual Rank = 3200 Single Rank , but the Timings are a lot better with the Dual Rank.

Anyone an idea?

whatever setting has the lowest latency

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the watts on your CPU package or overall motherboard?
How do you measure it?

Watts on cpu using hwinfo.
    
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Nothing but a valid reason to ignore anything else he is saying.

I will state that I've never had a memory overclock pass a Linpack test (ITB at max setting in my case) and fail in HCI (10 loops ITB and 400% HCI). I have had HCI pass (400%) and ITB fail (10 loops) though. Somebody mentioned (Praz I believe) that running one instance of HCI per thread was needed to maximize the load on the the CPU (IMC?) to validate the results and to that extent, I think IBT certainly fits the bill there.
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Originally Posted by OnSync View Post

I have a question. I know that AMD has recommended 1.35V as 24/7 use - I however don't have my PC running 24/7, but back to the point - is 1,417V too high for normal usage as rendering/gaming @ 3,92GHz on air cooling?


I tried setting my voltage to 1.35V but my PC crashes when running the CineBench. So I left the setting on Auto, hence my voltage without activity is for some reason 1,417V, but during activity it drops to 3,95V (as a initiating/ending voltage) to 1,37V.
Is it ok to leave my settings as is if I don't have any issues or should I lower my CPU clock to 3,85 with 1,35V?

EDIT: HWINFO shows me slightly different information. So I'm not sure what to trust here.

I wouldn't be concerned with 1.417v.
Edited by madweazl - 5/2/17 at 5:09am
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Watts on cpu using hwinfo.


So if it is Cores+SoC then that is pretty good.
SoC requires quite a bit and it makes sense that if you go up in speed of memory you use more power.
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Originally Posted by madweazl View Post

I will state that I've never had a memory overclock pass a Linpack test (ITB at max setting in my case) and fail in HCI (10 loops ITB and 400% HCI). I have had HCI pass (400%) and ITB fail (10 loops) though. Somebody mentioned (Praz I believe) that running one instance of HCI per thread was needed to maximize the load on the the CPU (IMC?) to validate the results and to that extent, I think IBT certainly fits the bill there.
I wouldn't be concerned with 1.417v.

If those are the only tests you've tried, I'd recommend Google Stress app test for isolating memory instability.
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So if it is Cores+SoC then that is pretty good.
SoC requires quite a bit and it makes sense that if you go up in speed of memory you use more power.

No its just cpu core package power, used to be 17-19w on idle its now 29w. At load used to be aroudn 126w under realbench and its now up to 138w or so. Not sure why more ram speed with the same soc uses more power but makes sense.
    
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I wouldn't be concerned with 1.417v.
But what about HWINFO, it shows that my current and max voltages are 1,44V. Is CPUZ the one that shows wrong info or why such results in different applications?
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