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Originally Posted by Maxcielle View Post

my memory is 3200 cl15, will I have problems if keep running it at 3383mhz?

can i push it more? biggrin.gif looks very stable with prime and with intelBurnTest.

I don't see why you should have problems, as long as your volts are not crazy. Your modules will tell you when they have been pushed too far by showing instability. You seem to be doing very well with your efforts, always a great feeling to exceed your past results wink.gif
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Yes, your CPU should be fine. What cooler are you using on your 1800X, and what speed do you have your CPU set at? I am running a Corsair H110i for cooling and I have yet to hit even 60 degrees on my CPU at 3.85GHz. I would be running at 4GHz, except that the fans that come with the Corsair get a bit loud. I will replace them once I have Vega pre-ordered(I don't want to be short the $50 the fans might cost me).
I've got your setup. It gets A LOT hotter going from 3.85 to 3.95ghz and 4 isn't even possible (stabily in Intel Burn Test), will throttle or shut down. But of course I am assuming the cpu temp the mobo thinks is real is real, and I am not sure if it is.
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CL 15 is interesting; is this BIOS 1107?

In regard to latencies, I did some calculations for single word latencies and thoughts others might find them useful.

2900 c12 = 8.28ns
2900 c13 = 8.97ns
2900 c14 = 9.66ns
2900 c15 = 10.34ns
2900 c16 = 11.03ns
2900 c17 = 11.72ns
2900 c18 = 12.41ns

3000 c12 = 8.00ns
3000 c13 = 8.67ns
3000 c14 = 9.33ns
3000 c15 = 10.00ns
3000 c16 = 10.67ns
3000 c17 = 11.33ns
3000 c18 = 12.00ns

3100 c12 = 7.74ns
3100 c13 = 8.39ns
3100 c14 = 9.03ns
3100 c15 = 9.68ns
3100 c16 = 10.32ns
3100 c17 = 10.97ns
3100 c18 = 11.61ns

3200 c12 = 7.5ns
3200 c13 = 8.13ns
3200 C14 = 8.75ns
3200 c15 = 9.38ns
3200 c16 = 10.00ns
3200 c17 = 10.63ns
3200 c18 = 11.25ns

3300 c12 = 7.27ns
3300 c13 = 7.88ns
3300 c14 = 8.48ns
3300 c15 = 9.09ns
3300 c16 = 9.70ns
3300 c17 = 10.30ns
3300 c18 = 10.91ns

3400 c12 = 7.06ns
3400 c13 = 7.65ns
3400 c14 = 8.24ns
3400 c15 = 8.82ns
3400 c16 = 9.41ns
3400 c17 = 10.00ns
3400 c18 = 10.58ns

3500 c12 = 6.86ns
3500 c13 = 7.43ns
3500 c14 = 8.00ns
3500 c15 = 8.57ns
3500 c16 = 9.41ns
3500 c17 = 9.71ns
3500 c18 = 10.29ns

3600 c12 = 6.67ns
3600 c13 = 7.22ns
3600 c14 = 7.78ns
3600 c15 = 8.33ns
3600 c16 = 8.89ns
3600 c17 = 9.44ns
3600 c18 = 10.00ns

3700 c12 = 6.49ns
3700 c13 = 7.03ns
3700 c14 = 7.57ns
3700 c15 = 8.11ns
3700 c16 = 8.65ns
3700 c17 = 9.19ns
3700 c18 = 9.73ns

Nice work. I was deciding between 3200 C14 and 3600 C16, even though latency is a tad slower I am going with 3600 C 16 because it has such a large increase in infinity fabric speed that it makes games much faster than 3200 C14
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I still just want to know on an 1800X how do I get the REAL CPU TEMPERATURE? With sense skew on and at default/auto? Or do I need to change 272 to 280 or what? It should not be the 8th mystery of the world to get your correct cpu temperature so you can adjust fans and other things accordingly.. I am talking about a simple manual 39X100 overclock, no offsets, no p states, just set the voltage and you would expect to get the right CPU temps and not have fans at 100% and throttling because the mobo or cpu thinks it is 73/93C when it definately is NOT.
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So its been a couple days and have kept the room at or above 20°C, have not had a SINGLE f9>shutdown>boot loop. It's started first time every time, was off overnight for 6hrs or so and no problem, was off this afternoon for 4hrs at 21°C and again no problems. If i get down to 19°C or below next couple days and get an f9 boot loop there is no way its a coincidence.

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So its been a couple days and have kept the room at or above 20°C, have not had a SINGLE f9>shutdown>boot loop. It's started first time every time, was off overnight for 6hrs or so and no problem, was off this afternoon for 4hrs at 21°C and again no problems. If i get down to 19°C or below next couple days and get an f9 boot loop there is no way its a coincidence.

P.S. Glad the 1107 is official, its a wonderful BIOS.

Oh, there are plenty of ways it is still coincidence.

As for 1107, it is fart for me so far lachen.gif Still working on it though.
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Oh, there are plenty of ways it is still coincidence.

As for 1107, it is fart for me so far lachen.gif Still working on it though.

Its gotten me from 1.15soc 3200 soft reset to 1.0soc 3200 no reset works fine. Again, the only thing that changes between f9 errors and no errors is the temperature thats it. The amount of time the system is off is identical. But hey it is what it is, even Raja posted that there's boot issues with temperatures below 20°C but sure.
    
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Tom's Hardware has a new article titled "How To Overclock AMD Ryzen CPUs".

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/overclocking-amd-ryzen,5011.html

I'll be interested in hearing comments on their information, some is well known, some is very interesting, and some seems questionable.
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Tom's Hardware has a new article titled "How To Overclock AMD Ryzen CPUs".

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/overclocking-amd-ryzen,5011.html

I'll be interested in hearing comments on their information, some is well known, some is very interesting, and some seems questionable.

Going over it quickly, it's def questionable lol. I mean DRAM max voltage of 1.9v? Even Robert Hallock has said max is 1.5v for RAM, id rather take his advice and raja/elmor/stilts then the tomshardware noobs
    
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Going over it quickly, it's def questionable lol. I mean DRAM max voltage of 1.9v? Even Robert Hallock has said max is 1.5v for RAM, id rather take his advice and raja/elmor/stilts then the tomshardware noobs

Except Mr. Hallock was very wrong in that regard, along with a couple other recommendation (e.g. not going over 80ohm ProcODT unless you had liquid cooling). 1.9v is much more realistic in regard to RAM upper limits.
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