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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post

Model of ram?
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

Yeah was reading this today, there was some discussion earlier in this thread that some thought as "X" CPU is better bin perhaps IMC better, which from that post seems is not the case.

So basically RAM is one big crap shoot... Great.

On another note, anyone else notice really high voltage in BIOS? I get 1.35V when just looking through BIOS, and if I set an offset it goes even higher. I tried resetting to optimal default settings, but should I try clearing the CMOS battery?
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So basically RAM is one big crap shoot... Great.

On another note, anyone else notice really high voltage in BIOS? I get 1.35V when just looking through BIOS, and if I set an offset it goes even higher. I tried resetting to optimal default settings, but should I try clearing the CMOS battery?

Not really an issue with the load of the CPU in BIOS.
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Do you have measurements for all LLC levels by chance? Good stuff (though a higher res image for those of us with aging eyes would be welcome biggrin.gif )!


No, havent taken any more - didn't see much reason to. Perhaps tomorrow if I feel up to it...heh

That's the res of the captures, less whatever compression the forum imposes at max size - they are more than legible if you can read the forum text. biggrin.gif
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Well, guess who's just swapped his 1700 out for another and can now boot (and reboot) first time at 3200 14-14-14-34 now smile.gif

Nice smile.gif , so we can say 2x R7 1700 Batch: UA 1709PGT rock 3200MHz wink.gif .

I just did ~6.5hrs MEMTest today on UEFI 0079 3200MHz 14-14-14-14-34-1T with 3.8GHz CPU to make sure it was matching on stability/error free as 0902 / 1002.

What's she OC'ing to chap?
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

Nice smile.gif , so we can say 2x R7 1700 Batch: UA 1709PGT rock 3200MHz wink.gif .

I just did ~6.5hrs MEMTest today on UEFI 0079 3200MHz 14-14-14-14-34-1T with 3.8GHz CPU to make sure it was matching on stability/error free as 0902 / 1002.

What's she OC'ing to chap?

Just tried 4.0ghz at 1.375v (SVI2 TFN) and didn't pass 2 minutes RealBench tongue.gif

No crash tho, last one crashed completely even on CB at that voltage.

Seems a bit cooler too, like 5C, but that's probably due to the MX-4 vs Corsair thermal pad on my H110i. I think I put a bit much on too lol

Gonna try CB before I reboot, please hold the line caller...
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Er, yeah.

Not that then, code 8 lol
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I hit 3200 MHz at 18-16-16-36, but I can't remember if it was 1T or 2T BIOS. Also using a 1700 CPU.
But I got some memory errors while running MemTest so I cleared CMOS back to defaults to let it run there until the May AGESA update is out which will apparently bring lots of improvements for RAM. I'm banking on being able to run 2x16 GB Samsung B-Die sticks at 3200 MHz sometime this summer.

I hope my g.skill 2x16 Hynix 3200MHz memory will run at the rated speeds without a lot of work. I am CLOSE to 2933 with them on 0083, just a little more work I think. I think mine are 16-18-18-18-38.
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Was reading the review of Ryzen 5's on PC Perspective, and found this interesting in regard to CCX latencies and memory frequency:

"At DDR4-2133 memory speeds the Ryzen 5 1600X has a 140 nanoseconds latency for thread to thread communications if those threads are on separate CCX modules. When running at DDR4-3200 that latency drops to 111 nanoseconds, a 26% improvement! Even though this is just a component of a very complex series of systems that make up the performance of a CPU, this clearly shows the inherent advantage of raising memory speed and internal fabric interconnect speed."

https://www.pcper.com/reviews/Processors/Ryzen-5-Review-1600X-and-1500X-Take-Core-i5/CCX-Latency-Testing-Pinging-between-t

Confirms what we knew in general with some actual testing.
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@gupsterg

Passes CB at 1.46v (BIOS - no LLC, 1.395v Vcore, 1.375v (still) SVI2 TFN).

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