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Originally Posted by geoxile View Post

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.

You could try Intel Burn Test / Prime95 / x264 / AIDA64
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You could try Intel Burn Test / Prime95 / AIDA64

I'd throw in y-cruncher too. Its 64-bit Small Primes NTT test is what gets my chip the hottest wink.gif
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I have been banging my head against the wall trying to get my 2x16GB DIMMs at 3200 with the 0081 BIOS (I really want to run 1T), and I finally figured out what I needed to do.

The main thing was that I had to change the procODT value from AUTO to 80 ohms! I also had to manually change the timings, in my case I changed to 18:18:18:18:41. For some reason auto didn't work. Also, I changed the fail count from 1 to 5, just in case it fails the first time.

With that, the system booted right up! I have Trident Z, F4-3400C16D-32GTZ DIMMs, running at 3200 DDR!!! I'm pretty stoked.

Glad to see that VDDP helped you lordzed83.

On to bumping it higher ...
It also boots for me with CMU32GX4M2C3200C16B, but prime95 fails in the first 10 seconds, so i don't consider that "working".
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So far my adventure with LL2 shows its deffo way to go for SOC gotten that to my normal operating volts with 0 problems smile.gif
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I've been thinking about the LLC more (I've been running 4 and 5) and based on Raja's test results at LLC 5, I started thinking about running a considerably lower LLC (e.g. 2) but the only application this seems feasible is with a P-state overclock so you aren't throwing a substantial amount of wasted voltage at the system (which also happens without P-states and high LLC since it doesnt downclock at idle). I captured this image last night while monkeying around with stuff and based off of SVI2 vcore readings, there is 69mv of vdroop and I think this is at LLC 2 (I forgot to confirm that last night before starting a 40 test IBT at max that finished up after I left for work). With a multiplier clock, it idles at 1.425 but only needs 1.356 at full load (looks like even less since the average is 1.355 so I could probably drop it a tick).
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Yes, I was interested in P-States to avoid running way higher volts during all the up-time that it is not needed with the possible CPU consequences long term. That became even more important as, like you, I wanted to get rid of (or in your case lower) LLC.
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Where do you live? I have a few AM3 backplates laying around.
I'm in Sweden, where are you located?
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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).
Unfortunately the manual for the NH-D15 says to use the backplate on the motherboard and there is for sure no backplate in the box (only for Intel).
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I'm in Sweden, where are you located?
Unfortunately the manual for the NH-D15 says to use the backplate on the motherboard and there is for sure no backplate in the box (only for Intel).
yeah you're going to either have to wait for the am4 mounting kit or try to get a hold of a am3 backplate :/ i don't believe any d15(s) shipping right now from retailers have been retrofitted to include the am4 mounting hardware. probably not until mid summer when current stocks gets severely depleted.
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Originally Posted by YpsiNine View Post

I'm in Sweden, where are you located?
Unfortunately the manual for the NH-D15 says to use the backplate on the motherboard and there is for sure no backplate in the box (only for Intel).

Ahhh bummer. I'm in the US.
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

You could try Intel Burn Test / Prime95 / x264 / AIDA64

I did stress testing on prime95 already.
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Originally Posted by malitze View Post

I'd throw in y-cruncher too. Its 64-bit Small Primes NTT test is what gets my chip the hottest wink.gif

Trying this right now and it seems to have no errors so far. Maybe I should try testing RAM again.

Memtest86+ can correctly test 2 sticks right?
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I did stress testing on prime95 already.
Trying this right now and it seems to have no errors so far. Maybe I should try testing RAM again.

Memtest86+ can correctly test 2 sticks right?

IBT maximum makes best cooling solutions cry biggrin.gif
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