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Hello everyone, I'll be joining you in the conquest of a better Ryzen build wink.gif

I've been reading about 500 pages of this thread and now that things start to settle down I've finally pulled the trigger and got all my pieces coming home.

So far I'm still waiting for the case and RAM, but I've received all the other stuff including my new C6H MB and my 1700 smile.gif
(all details in my rig signature)

I'll probably wait for all the build parts to be here before flashing my BIOS, this way I can check what version was delivered with it.

I'm so excited, can't wait for sunday to get all the parts here, and time to build it properly smile.gif

Which BIOS would you recommend me to put? I'm thinking either 0082 or 0083, but based on @elmor google doc, it seems that people with same RAM as I'll get use 0083 to get higher memory speed.

I'm so happy smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Benus74 View Post

Hello everyone, I'll be joining you in the conquest of a better Ryzen build wink.gif

I've been reading about 500 pages of this thread and now that things start to settle down I've finally pulled the trigger and got all my pieces coming home.

So far I'm still waiting for the case and RAM, but I've received all the other stuff including my new C6H MB and my 1700 smile.gif
(all details in my rig signature)

I'll probably wait for all the build parts to be here before flashing my BIOS, this way I can check what version was delivered with it.

I'm so excited, can't wait for sunday to get all the parts here, and time to build it properly smile.gif

Which BIOS would you recommend me to put? I'm thinking either 0082 or 0083, but based on @elmor google doc, it seems that people with same RAM as I'll get use 0083 to get higher memory speed.

I'm so happy smile.gif

Aww, I feel glad for you, and hope you have a great time with your build! As to Bios / UEFI version, I went with 0082 and have had good results, but 0081, 0082, and 0083 are very similar.

0081 is apparently the base changes/improvements you have seen documented, 0082 adds some memory compatibility and is 1T, while 0083 is the same except 2T. Depending on your memory, 2T might be more compatible.

Have a blast experimenting. thumb.gif
post #8973 of 16997
Thanks @CeltPC, I think I'll start with 0082 and see if it's stable for me, and if not, I'll fallback on 0083.
I'm really so excited, feel like a kid during christmas period wink.gif
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@gupsterg you can find my CPU details below for your DB.

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Does the uneven timings issue on the ram still apply?
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I need to be just under 1.4 volts at 100% stress load to be stable at 4 GHz. That for me is 1.385 avg. - and not too much variation in drops under that. Took a .265 offset to get there, using no LLC.

What are you using to stress test? The difference in drop is astonishing.
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Hmm, I am only getting 2345 / 1658 for sequential, and for random 288,418 / 272,174. I installed the Samsung 2.2 driver. I just looked in properties for the 960 Evo and it shows it is using a microsoft driver from 6/21/2006! Can you tell me what yours says?
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Does the uneven timings issue on the ram still apply?
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If DRAM Ratio is 2933 or above with "1T" BIOSes, you can only set even CAS Latency. It will round up to the closest even integer. It's in the XOC guide. The second case is because your DRAM settings failed and it reverted to defaults.

I think it will be automatically round to the closest integer based on what el@elmor said some time ago, but I'm not sure if this is still accurate with new BIOS versions.
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Good info on VDDP, I think that helps BCLK OC and I/O devices. If you increase it more does your pausing change?

I had pausing in CB15 and I got rid of it by changing ProcODT from 56.x to auto. I mistook what elmor said dealing with this and set it to 56.x value (my memory here). I would be crashing real bench regardless of cpu voltages but was having pauses in CB 15. I changed it to Auto and that was like magic. No pauses in CB with realbench or anything else running. I thought 81 had this at default of 56 something but I definitely had an awakening taking it from 56 back to auto. This was with Win 10 Anniversary edition.

You might want to experiment with that setting if you haven't but like you say what works for one may not work at all for others.

Im on windows 8.1 **** W10 that gives you ZERO in exchange for problems. DX12 that runs sometimes on pair with 11 and most of time worse ?? LOL

I'm using 118.4 Bclk atm with memory at 3476 or something like that 16/16/16/36 @ 1.4v same for boot and VTT 0.7xx . SOC 1.11x core at 1.42x. PLL did nothing for stability tested 1.8-1.9 with 100mv bumps.
post #8980 of 16997
I run Corsair CMD16GX4M4B3200C16-ROG. The "DRAM overclocking data collection" not have 4x4. I run them at 3200 with bclk 117. Is it samsung B IC on those?

Edit: It says samsung. Thanks Wolfpack122
Edited by HellBoundgr - 4/13/17 at 4:08am
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