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Originally Posted by YpsiNine View Post

I'm kind of disappointed now, I got all the parts for my new 1800x build today but my current Noctua NH-D15 won't mount on the CH6.
I see that the mounting kit for AMD that was packaged in the NH-D15 had two brackets that were something like 1cm too short in order to reach across the mounting holes.

So my only assumption is that the backplate mounted on the CH6 is in fact using the AM4 mounting holes?
In any case, I already have an order for the AM4 mounting kit sent from Noctua but it won't be here until after Easter This sucks. frown.gif

Where do you live? I have a few AM3 backplates laying around.
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Originally Posted by ManyThreads View Post

Thanks - that was actually the kit I was looking at. I'm hoping that is the safest choice, and I'm hoping it will be better supported in May.

The cooler will be a Noctua NH-D15 but I can buy the single fan version if needed, which should solve any RAM height issues.

What actually worries me the most now is reports of people getting bad memory controllers in Ryzen 1700's, not being able to even handle 3200Mhz.

AMD never promised or stated that their chips will support 3200mhz memory.
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Originally Posted by YpsiNine View Post

I'm kind of disappointed now, I got all the parts for my new 1800x build today but my current Noctua NH-D15 won't mount on the CH6.
I see that the mounting kit for AMD that was packaged in the NH-D15 had two brackets that were something like 1cm too short in order to reach across the mounting holes.

So my only assumption is that the backplate mounted on the CH6 is in fact using the AM4 mounting holes?
In any case, I already have an order for the AM4 mounting kit sent from Noctua but it won't be here until after Easter This sucks. frown.gif

Did your HSF not come with an AM3 compatible backplate? If so, just remove the C6H stock backplate and install the Noctua's. You may have to play around with various stand-offs to get the mounting pressure correct (not sure how the Noctua is set up in relation to the 212 I'm using in this manner).
Edited by madweazl - 4/13/17 at 12:00pm
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Someone was asking about app stutter. I changed to llc2 from 3 and now i get stutter where have zero at llc3 even tho liad volts are same. Interesting.
Not sure if i want to stay at llc2 tho 1.46vcore while idling vs 1.425 on llc3. And on ll2 still missing 0.02 volts under load.
But i see how it feels like when gami g if it stutters then llc will be no go.

LLC has nothing to do with this. Probably some kind of confusion being caused on your side.
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1. Set voltage is usually very accurate. To confirm use DMM readings when not stressing the system.
2. Should be a readout issue, use DMM to confirm.
3. Adding Vcore & SOC generates more heat = higher temp = lower stability

thx for reply

2 My Soc DMM reading jumps about erratically in range on what HW64 show's. Hard to get exact reading
3 Its not heat max temp while stressing is 61-62- AIO

So basicly trust the DMM readings


As an extra I just want to say If i set my Voltages on auto and place 3200 strap it set's SOC to 1.25 -Bios 82 and previous

Bios 79 I to had problems with Bling effect's -lights out. Would happen on a cold boot but reset would clear it. 82 gave me no issues

Played with the ProcODT today Got Ram to just under 3400 to boot but not stable back to 3202
Could boot 48-68.6 where as 53.3-60 was sweet spot. Would be nice If we could + - on a value 0-120 with 0.1 increase or am i being anal biggrin.gif
Was testing with Aida memory benchmark. Not much different but it allowed me a little more Bkcl room on ram

@bluej511 I can get my CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 Ram to boot on the lower strap and up the Bkcl to 3200 with tighter timings gives better results in benchmarks- but having trouble with my RX480 dropping to 5g/s even thou its set g3

@gupsterg Shocking ain't it when that happens but I will say that I been really rough with bios 079 and 082 and not had any issues touch wood. but I also drop all Pstate while tinkering and keep a fixed Multiplier



My Nzxt x62 bracket should be here next week. So be 100% sure of my cooler mount, Take one more variable out of the equation biggrin.gif
Edited by Ubardog - 4/13/17 at 12:04pm
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Originally Posted by malitze View Post

What are you using to stress test? The difference in drop is astonishing.

I use Realbench for CPU tests.
post #9077 of 17476
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Originally Posted by finalheaven View Post

AMD never promised or stated that their chips will support 3200mhz memory.
https://community.amd.com/community/gaming/blog/2017/03/14/tips-for-building-a-better-amd-ryzen-system
they don't but they sure imply it indirectly.
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Oh boy, I feel dumb. I was looking under storage devices rather than storage controllers, thanks much. doh.gif
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What's the most intense stress test that'll work with Ryzen? Tried Intel's Linpack but it doesn't seem to run and the generated text says it'll only run on genuine Intel processors frown.gif

I've been getting BSODs and my memory cleared HCI's test and a few passes of memtest86+ so I assume it must be my CPU overclock.
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post #9080 of 17476
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Originally Posted by Tyrluk View Post

That has been my exact problem. I have the G.Skill Trident Z RGB CL14 16GB kit.

No CPU overclocking here.

First 1700 runs memory at max 2933MHz 14-14-14-34.
Second 1700 runs memory at 3200MHz 14-14-14-34.

Have tweaked so many settings trying to get them working -- so hopefully people do not respond with "it works for me" or "just try more boot dram voltage"

I wonder if the May update will fix this, or if it's "baked in" to some CPUs.
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