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Noctua's NTH1 is a pretty good TIM if you dont already have something else on hand to try out. As for the temps, are you using HWiNFO's latest version (5.50-3130)?

5.50-3130 yes. I just reset bios to defaults and I'm getting 60C full load, but idle is still around 50C. I have a tube of arctic silver laying around Im about to try. So just to clarify, the 20C offset issue has indeed been fixed as of 0902, and 5.50-3130 will read proper Tctl correct? Because 50C at idle with a +20 offset and 30C water would indicate a 30C idle which seems to be achievable from other posts I've read, but if the offset isn't an issue I've got something else going on.
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5.50-3130 yes. I just reset bios to defaults and I'm getting 60C full load, but idle is still around 50C. I have a tube of arctic silver laying around Im about to try. So just to clarify, the 20C offset issue has indeed been fixed as of 0902, and 5.50-3130 will read proper Tctl correct? Because 50C at idle with a +20 offset and 30C water would indicate a 30C idle which seems to be achievable from other posts I've read, but if the offset isn't an issue I've got something else going on.

Show what all your voltages of your OC setup are.
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5.50-3130 yes. I just reset bios to defaults and I'm getting 60C full load, but idle is still around 50C. I have a tube of arctic silver laying around Im about to try. So just to clarify, the 20C offset issue has indeed been fixed as of 0902, and 5.50-3130 will read proper Tctl correct? Because 50C at idle with a +20 offset and 30C water would indicate a 30C idle which seems to be achievable from other posts I've read, but if the offset isn't an issue I've got something else going on.

Best I can make out, the tctl is the actual temps and it looks like if its set to auto you get the right temp regardless. One or two other members have some suspect results they've noticed though too (not to your extreme that I recall).
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DRAM selection Recommended DRAM configuration at the moment is 2x8GB Samsung B-die based DIMMs which will yield the best performance (3300-3466 CL14 24/7) and least issues. Worst configuration is dual-rank 2x16GB, especially Hynix-based DRAM (4xSR is best at the moment if you need 32GB and high speed). See the XOC guide for further details.

Got my 3rd memory kit (GSkill F4-3200C14D-32GTZ) now and it is frustrating. (only does 2666 as stated in your information) I will stay with this kit and 2x16GB. The only thing I want to know is, will the RAM getting fixed with the AGESA update that is coming in May from AMD and is hopefully implemanted in June within the BIOS or will 2x16GB never run @3200 MHz?
The Kit is a Samsung B-die if I'm not mistaken.

Edit: My Ripjaws also got an A500 in their serial number so I guess this doesn't indicate that were samsung b-die used because this kit was CL16 so probably Hynix ICs.

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Do not use stress test, use only the encoding benchmark for 4h. The stress test stresses everything so the CPU cannot be focused on a task and consume its full 100% potential.

Actually realbench stresses both gpu/cpu/ram at the same time. Its perfect for testing for WHEA errors.
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I got loled at for saying my system runs 4ghz on auto volt with auto LLC stable too... smile.gif



Mines a golden 1800x, but golden 1700's, don't doubt their existence.

I wouldnt say golden, it is an 1800x, by default under xfr they go to 4.0-4.1 on 1 core. Not hard to get em to 4.0ghz.
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Noctua's NTH1 is a pretty good TIM if you dont already have something else on hand to try out. As for the temps, are you using HWiNFO's latest version (5.50-3130)?

yea its alright. Ill be switching mine out to Kryonaut just because i dont like the consistency of NH-T1 after a while.
    
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Actually realbench stresses both gpu/cpu/ram at the same time. Its perfect for testing for WHEA errors.
I wouldnt say golden, it is an 1800x, by default under xfr they go to 4.0-4.1 on 1 core. Not hard to get em to 4.0ghz.
yea its alright. Ill be switching mine out to Kryonaut just because i dont like the consistency of NH-T1 after a while.

CPU while stress test vs CPU while encoding bench:

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Show what all your voltages of your OC setup are.

This is after about 2 minutes of prime 95 blend. *edit* disregard the clock settings shown in bios, it never shows the right clocks in that panel. As a side note (bug?), any time i load an overclock profile, I have to manuall retype the bclk value and hit enter or it doesn't actually change the clocks.


Edited by badhairguy - 4/9/17 at 8:02am
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If you fail an OC, P-states go back to default. this includes the global c state option.

simply going back into bios makes them look like they didnt save if you go look at Pstate settings, but as long as you see desired increased cpu frequency on the right side of screen, its working. just exit without saving in that case.

i've noticed that with 0079, 0082 and 0083

Indeed, the target frequency doesn't match p-states anymore, it only shows on the right under current frequency.
I've found that setting global c-state to enabled usually fails training for some reason, and blows away those settings & p-state settings.

I'd like to see how people are running pstates with custom BCLK ideally with c-states enabled?
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Actually realbench stresses both gpu/cpu/ram at the same time. Its perfect for testing for WHEA errors.
I wouldnt say golden, it is an 1800x, by default under xfr they go to 4.0-4.1 on 1 core. Not hard to get em to 4.0ghz.
yea its alright. Ill be switching mine out to Kryonaut just because i dont like the consistency of NH-T1 after a while.

not with 1.28v under load they arent. Seems to be many people that need to pump up the vcore to get 4ghz stable, but not I.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/9/17 at 8:08am
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Indeed, the target frequency doesn't match p-states anymore, it only shows on the right under current frequency.
I've found that setting global c-state to enabled usually fails training for some reason, and blows away those settings & p-state settings.

I'd like to see how people are running pstates with custom BCLK ideally with c-states enabled?

It was instructed by elmor to set global C-states to enabled when using P-state with manual bclk increase.
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