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R u kidding me? tongue.gif
2 straight hours playing BF1 Multiplayer at 4K for me is enough. biggrin.gif

IN GTAV after more than an hour of intense play I parked up by the road and stayed there while I attended to my bodily needs. I came back back and the game had crashed.
To state your overclock is totally stable does require more than 2 hours of playing one game.

Games crashing have been plaguing me. It always seems to happen after demanding play when the play drops to a quiet passage that is of the least demand. I figured this may be a voltage supply issue (all temps stay well under control according to HWmonitor). I've just taken off a fixed vcore voltage to an offset and that so far is so good, I hope I have fixed the issue.
Edited by Safetytrousers - 4/9/17 at 2:53pm
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I dont buy that for the 1700 but I know you've done some work on testing things out.
Sorry, I missed the non X part. On the other hand there is so much misinformation that I wouldn't wonder if there was some offset present as well.

In this case of only 2°C difference I would rather suspect that different results are just based on using different measuring devices. That's why I wondered that Tdie is still so high if an offset was present.

I just put three thermometers in close proximity. One display 21°C (no decimal point available), one display 21.1°C and one 20.2 - 20.4°C. The latter one is the most precise of the three devices (Fluke 289). Being close to the sensors (body temperature) can already skew the results, as does the height at which the sensor is placed in the room.

My Tdie currently reads 11.3°C, now this is seriously sk(r)ewed. For prolonged idle phases the CPU (Socket) temps give a good indication of real CPU temps. For prolonged extreme loads you should worry when socket temp climbs well over 60°C, even more so when it's over 70°C.
Edited by Timur Born - 4/9/17 at 2:53pm
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Originally Posted by Safetytrousers View Post

IN GTAV after more than an hour of intense play I parked up by the road and stayed there while I attended to my bodily needs. I came back back and the game had crashed.
To state your overclock is totally stable does require more than 2 hours of playing one game.

Games crashing have been plaguing me. It always seems to happen after demanding play when the play drops to a quiet passage that is of the least demand. I figured this may be a voltage supply issue (all temps stay well under control). I've just taken off a fixed vcore voltage to an offset and that so far is so good, I hope I have fixed the issue.

What's your OC'ed CPU frequency and voltage?
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Originally Posted by Safetytrousers View Post

IN GTAV after more than an hour of intense play I parked up by the road and stayed there while I attended to my bodily needs. I came back back and the game had crashed.
To state your overclock is totally stable does require more than 2 hours of playing one game.

Games crashing have been plaguing me. It always seems to happen after demanding play when the play drops to a quiet passage that is of the least demand. I figured this may be a voltage supply issue (all temps stay well under control). I've just taken off a fixed vcore voltage to an offset and that so far is so good, I hope I have fixed the issue.

Ill have to give it a go finally finished reinstalling it. Ill play the whole story thru in one sitting. Mine has been stable in every single game ive played, ran benchmarks in a ton as well.
    
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Your CPU voltage is a little bit high, isn't it?
My 1700X is 100% stable at 3.85 Ghz with just 1.25 V.
If I could run it at lower voltage and be stable, I would.

My system boots the first time every time, whether from a cold boot or warm boot ... unlike yours. Perhaps higher voltages are needed on your system.
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If I could run it at lower voltage and be stable, I would.

My system boots the first time every time, whether from a cold boot or warm boot ... unlike yours. Perhaps higher voltages are needed on your system.

I have even less then he does and i have no issues with booting. His could be down to memory instead of cpu voltage.
    
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64gb ram loaded to 3200 strap, OC'd to 3500, actually posted redface.gif. Too bad windows bluescreens at the login screen!
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I have even less then he does and i have no issues with booting. His could be down to memory instead of cpu voltage.
Don't think could be the reason, since it happens also with higher VCores.
Also because it happens even at RAM stock settings and even at default settings (no OC, default CPU and default RAM).

I think it's still probably a RAM compatibility issue.
Hope that can be solved with future official BIOS updates (now I have 1002).
Edited by Crysis90 - 4/9/17 at 3:43pm
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@elmor
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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Welcome to my world. I've got exactly the same kit. I've been able to make them work at 2933 MHz by loosing the timings to 18-14-14-21-69-1T on 0082 test BIOS and using a value of 68.8 for ProcODT which is located in "AMD CBS -> UMC Common Options -> DD4 Common Options". The rest of my test setup right now is VSOC 0.95v, CPU Vcore Auto, DRAM Voltage 0.35v, Boot DRAM Voltage 1.35v, VTTDDR 0.6798v, LLC default.

I have been unable to achieve booting up at 3200MHz for now. I have tried with higher voltages, loosening the timings beyond 22 and increasing the ProcODT, but it's been impossible. I haven't tried increasing the BCLK frequency, though.

Cheers!

It's interesting to see how inconsistent our results are. I have a very similar but technically worse kit, the F4-3200C15D-32GTZKW.

In the new BIOS I've been able to use the 3200 strap as long as I set ProcODT to 80. In fact, out of the box, I can't do anything higher than 2666, unlike 1002 where I was happily running at 2933. For 2933 I need to set ProcODT at 68.8.

This is all at pretty much default settings (RAM at 1.35 of course) and 18-14-14-14-34 timings. Can't post with anything lower. I was using 081 (1T) but had a couple of random BSOD, so I flashed 083 (2T, which is what my RAM is rated for). Unsure if it was actually related with that or with a buggy Creator's Update though.
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Don't think could be the reason, since it happens also with higher VCores.
Also because it happens even at RAM stock settings and even at default settings (no OC, default CPU and default RAM).

I think it's still probably a RAM compatibility issue.
Hope that can be solved with future official BIOS updates (now I have 1002).

Did you try raising your SOC? boot up issues are usually SOC related. Also not sure if its a correlation, but it appears better overclocking cores come with worse SOC? And bad SOC usually means bad memory capabilities.

My CPU doesn't overclock well... but solid with 3200mhz since day at less than 1.0v SOC. Some people need 1.2v SOC to get to 3200 and some can't get there at all.
Edited by finalheaven - 4/9/17 at 4:12pm
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