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But you paid a few more bucks for the CPU + cooler. wink.gif

Anyway, you get what you're paying for. biggrin.gif

Didn't pay anything for a cooler my loop has been the same for the past year lol. I did pay a bit more yea but wasnt much more then a 1700 is here. Got it with 7% off too.
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I did nothing. BIOS 1001, D.O.C.P. Standard, and away I went. I booted and ran Windows, but memory tests showed errors, so I upped the SOC voltage and I seem to be ok now.

Ill have to try that then, all i did was change dram voltage, timings and speed and got stuck on 15. I think docp standard changes your bclk though but not sure. ill give it a shot tomorrow would be nice to run 3200 ram at its rated speed.
    
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Didn't pay anything for a cooler my loop has been the same for the past year lol. I did pay a bit more yea but wasnt much more then a 1700 is here. Got it with 7% off too.
Ill have to try that then, all i did was change dram voltage, timings and speed and got stuck on 15. I think docp standard changes your bclk though but not sure. ill give it a shot tomorrow would be nice to run 3200 ram at its rated speed.

D.O.C.P. Standard sets BCLK to 100, which is the norm, so it's all good. If you use D.O.C.P. Standard it'll set all your timings and volts, and whatnot. I didn't manually set anything for the RAM.
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Didn't pay anything for a cooler my loop has been the same for the past year lol. I did pay a bit more yea but wasnt much more then a 1700 is here. Got it with 7% off too.

Yeah, of course, if you can use your old cooler you safe this, but just for the sake of it, I open a little calculation:
-1700@3.8GHz@1.36V=0.1kW/h
-1700X@3.8GHz@1.245V=0.09kW/h

So if you run it at 24/7 (full power, which is quite unlikely) and you pay 20c per kW/h, you have with a
-1700: $175.2 (costs $350)
-1700X: $157.68 (costs $400)

After 2.5 years you reach breakeven, but only if you run it 24/7. If you only run it 4h a day, it takes 15 years. biggrin.gif
Edited by TwoBeers - 3/20/17 at 7:09pm
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Like I said there, I was skeptical at first, but then I thought that maybe the benchmark output would be more in-depth and we could gather some data.
So I got back at that dude by running the test and throwing his statements off. My CPU scored 260, which puts it above the 6900k and tied with 2 x E5 2450. I'm not even clocked that high, just 3.8 on my 1700x.
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Wow, to be honest..... I'm really angry right now.
I had my Voltage on Auto to do some tests with the stock frequency and I just got an overvoltage warning....
I looked it up in my UEFI an it showed 1.722V while having a temperature of about 68°C.
What is this ****?
I never used any OC tools for Windows and only did change my BCLK to 105, so that my memory is running with 2800 MHz. Sorry, but these are things that are not allowed to happen. I am well aware that Auto Voltage settings are always a bit fishy, but still.... 1.7V? That's crazy. mad.gif

Hopes are good that my R7 1700 is still well alive, but wow.... -.-
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Just had an overvolting error on this board. Put 1.2250v in to vcore and saved. Pre-bios screen flashed up red with over volt error. Bios showed v core at 1.7v thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

Found this...
Seems like I were not the only one with this issue. rolleyes.gif
Edited by biohaufen - 3/20/17 at 7:53pm
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Thank god for this thread, I got an auto notification that Newegg had stock, ordered right in the middle of Walmart with my phone and then canceled my preorder with Amazon. Thanks to this thread I know my ram should work, what to watch for, and emailed EK about getting the correct rubber gasket for the back plate. Thanks everyone! biggrin.gif:thumb:
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Mine is really hot for some reason and that voltage also seems really high
Could someone help?

so could anyone help me?
post #3498 of 21116
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so could anyone help me?

That all looks pretty normal to me.

Don't trust the monitoring software. It's NOT accurate.
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Soo, new CPU and new Board (3rd one). Ram seems to work with 3002 MHz (G.Skill Trident Z 4x16 GB) @ 14-14-14-14-34-1T smile.gif (Quick test with 45 min Prime95)
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Originally Posted by biohaufen View Post

Wow, to be honest..... I'm really angry right now.
I had my Voltage on Auto to do some tests with the stock frequency and I just got an overvoltage warning....
I looked it up in my UEFI an it showed 1.722V while having a temperature of about 68°C.
What is this ****?
I never used any OC tools for Windows and only did change my BCLK to 105, so that my memory is running with 2800 MHz. Sorry, but these are things that are not allowed to happen. I am well aware that Auto Voltage settings are always a bit fishy, but still.... 1.7V? That's crazy. mad.gif

Hopes are good that my R7 1700 is still well alive, but wow.... -.-
Found this...
Seems like I were not the only one with this issue. rolleyes.gif

I am too wary of the Auto volts, I've seen mine go up into the 1.5v range out of the blue. Offset volts and manual volts seem to be rather consistent.
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