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Originally Posted by OnSync View Post

Ok, finally getting my Ryzen build possibly this Wednesday, just after Windows 10 Creators Update thumb.gif

Anyone on stable Ryzen build atm? If so, could someone PLEASE share their settings?

My PC parts:
Ryzen 1700X
Asus ROG Crosshair VI (which BIOS should I use - 1002 or those just released?)
G.Skill RipJaws V 16GB 3200CL14
Corsair TX650
EVGA 980Ti
Noctua NH-D14 (modified version + fans replaced with JetFlo 120 RED LED)

I think most of us have figured out the stable settings now. Without your part number I'm not sure if you have the same ram as I do. However, I'm using BIOS 0082 with 3200MHz DOCP ram flawlessly at 3950MHz cpu stable. All settings are on auto for voltage and it's not too high.
post #8262 of 17247
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Originally Posted by Frikencio View Post

BIOS 0082. For 4 sticks 0083 is better for stability.
Cheers, I only have that 2x8GB stick so I go with 0082.
How about OC? I mean do I need to change anything else?
I want 1700X to run at least at 3,9 with 3200 MHz RAM. Nothing else really. At least not atm, later I want to OC the RAM when that becomes possible.
post #8263 of 17247
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Cheers, I only have that 2x8GB stick so I go with 0082.
How about OC? I mean do I need to change anything else?
I want 1700X to run at least at 3,9 with 3200 MHz RAM. Nothing else really. At least not atm, later I want to OC the RAM when that becomes possible.

You will not have any problem with a 3.9OC. The voltage range you want to try is 1.35v-1.45v. As every chip is different I cannot say you a magic number for the voltage.

I use Vcore: 1.45v LLC4
SOC: 1.15V LLC Auto
DRAM: 1.41V
post #8264 of 17247
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Originally Posted by Frikencio View Post

You will not have any problem with a 3.9OC. The voltage range you want to try is 1.35v-1.45v. As every chip is different I cannot say you a magic number for the voltage.

I use Vcore: 1.45v LLC4
SOC: 1.15V LLC Auto
DRAM: 1.41V
Ok, well I'm usually bad when it comes to luck... but ye.. will see. Thanks man. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by RaptormanUSMC View Post

I think most of us have figured out the stable settings now. Without your part number I'm not sure if you have the same ram as I do. However, I'm using BIOS 0082 with 3200MHz DOCP ram flawlessly at 3950MHz cpu stable. All settings are on auto for voltage and it's not too high.
F4-3200C14D-16GVR
Yea, I'm still waiting for the parts. Had a huge dilemma with RAMs cuz the store had very limited amount of some them. I had to change from 3600 CL16, because I would have to wait another month...
It's perfect tho, Windows 10 Creators Update is released tomorrow, so I can install that directly instead of W10 and then update. biggrin.gif
Edited by OnSync - 4/10/17 at 1:20pm
post #8265 of 17247
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Nothing abnormally toasty; pretty sure the OC (CPU+Mem) just isnt stable at those temps. 3500 does work fine like another member had posted earlier. More tweaks...

Well there goes that theory! Back at it...
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Can you give me exact instructions on what to set (starting from CMOS defaults) in order to reproduce?

Yes, from CMOS defaults go into Boot -> CSM. Change ANY of the settings, for example I disable the CSM entirely because I want UEFI only. Then save and reset.
Go back into BIOS and go to Advanced, then go into any of the options, for example go into CPU Options and change SVM Mode, you'll notice it changes for all options on that screen, and more, it changes for all options on all screens in Advanced!
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You will not have any problem with a 3.9OC. The voltage range you want to try is 1.35v-1.45v. As every chip is different I cannot say you a magic number for the voltage.

I use Vcore: 1.45v LLC4
SOC: 1.15V LLC Auto
DRAM: 1.41V

is that so you can get 3.9?
post #8268 of 17247
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Originally Posted by pig666eon View Post

is that so you can get 3.9?

Yup.
post #8269 of 17247
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Yup.

You could probably run about 1.41 with LLC 5 and achieve the same stability and no fluctuations on the vcore (SVI2).
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post #8270 of 17247
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You could probably run about 1.41 with LLC 5 and achieve the same stability and no fluctuations on the vcore (SVI2). .

That is probably true. But at the end, temps will be the same @ 100%. LLC5 will only help if CPU is not at 100% which is great.
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