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Some interesting discussion with regards to RAM speeds.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/688ti4/are_temperatures_to_blame_for_most_of_ryzens_ram/

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If I won't be manually adjusting the external clkgen at all, is there any reason to still get a board that has external clkgen?

In other words, is there anything automatic that utilizes the clkgen if all I will be doing is adjusting multiplier and voltage and running XMP for DDR4?
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Finally got it to boot. Even RMA'ed my old board, but the board wasn't the issue. It was the connection to the case that was causing it to short. I was on call with Gigabyte support for an hour and I was finally able to boot to BIOS when I powered the board on outside of the case.

 

This happened to me when I first tried to get the K7 to post as well. I just happened upon the right random post on a website that had step-by-step troubleshooting for all mobos and it mentioned that standoffs and soldering can short the mobo and cause it not to post. And that's exactly what was going on with me. First it was because I tried Gigabyte's B350 board before the K7 so I had extra standoffs where they shouldn't be. And then next I noticed the solder was touching the wide lip of the mobo screws so I put on the paper washers and it's the first time I've ever had to do that.

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So far everything running finally great here. got my ram corsair 3200 lpx at 3000 now from 2933 by uping the bck to 102.2 and got the cpu at 3.7ghz well close to it at stock volts. For now that is cause im still on the wraith still waiting for my for bracket for my trition 240.


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Just to update on my results, I've found really no difference from the 1700 to the 1700x, except for the fact that I need to up the ram voltage to 1.45 with the 1700x to boot and be stable. Also at the same overclock 3.98Ghz I can get away with just a little less Vcore on the 1700x, but need the extra volt on the ram.
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I'm running my 1600x at 3.9GHz, 3200MHz RAM, and I left Vcore and LLC = AUTO. Seems pretty stable (passed 1 hour P95 custom with 14400 RAM usage). I tried 3.95GHz but P95 crashed after about 20-30 mins. The cool thing about leaving Vcore at AUTO is that it looks like my CPU is down-volting during idle times (CPU-Z shows as low as 0.384V, high of 1.38). The clock rate is stuck at max all the time, but at least I'm saving power and stress on my CPU when idle with Vcore dropping.
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If I won't be manually adjusting the external clkgen at all, is there any reason to still get a board that has external clkgen?

In other words, is there anything automatic that utilizes the clkgen if all I will be doing is adjusting multiplier and voltage and running XMP for DDR4?

Nope. The G5 is very good for that matter. So is the Titanium.
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Just to update on my results, I've found really no difference from the 1700 to the 1700x, except for the fact that I need to up the ram voltage to 1.45 with the 1700x to boot and be stable. Also at the same overclock 3.98Ghz I can get away with just a little less Vcore on the 1700x, but need the extra volt on the ram.

IMC differences maybe? wink.gif
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K while everything was working fine for 2 days and even restarting it a few times... I went to shut it off again And bang on and off crap even the psu is going on and off...

I couldn't get it to stay running at all sometimes even pushing the power it will come on than go right out kinda like a bad psu so i was thinking maybe the psu does have issues even tho it never did on my fx build...

Tried the 2nd bios nope still does it... Than i took the vga out and ram to see if it at least stays running nope... I was at the point about switching the psu with my other one.

Than i tried disconnecting the 2 usb 3.0 front plugs from the motherboard and bang it power right on!!!

Than i tried them again and nope boot loop So than i disconnected what i had connected in the front ports phone and Bluetooth dongle my keyboard and it boots right up normal....

So i tried just my keyboard in it and it still booted right up but the 2nd time it didn't... took the keyboard out again and it boots..

Sooo what is this? The case is the core x9 with four usbs in front and i never had a issue with my asus saberkitty am3.


Is this a motherboard issue or do i need to set something up in bios? It seems like the front usbs are staving on power or something?


Edit oh it ony does it if i shut it down... restarting it or while in windows everything is fine... except the front usbs seems a bit weak compare to my asus am3 board.. i can fill all fronts up and never have a issue.. But with this giga i will get disconnect issues..
Edited by gordesky1 - 4/29/17 at 11:52pm
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Other than that problem. Is anyone having issues with the front audio ports sound buzzing? And kinda gets mess up when you click the audio icon to hear the sound? The rear port is fine. Front was working fine than after about a hour it started doing this....


Mostly seems it mostly does it the most when moving the mouse around...
Edited by gordesky1 - 4/30/17 at 3:11am
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