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I haven't had any errors in hci memtest since yesterday when lowering SoC, now running SoC 1.0, DRAM 1.38 and procODT 53.3. It's possible I can lower both SoC and DRAM but since I am stable I haven't changed it.

Big question is if lower SoC also will help me getting a stable setup on 3333 and 3466.

Testing some various timings now for my 3200MHz setup, CPU still stock.

Corona benchmark, nine ahead of me using 8x2GB sticks for 1600X but they are probably all overclocked. If being able to use 3333 and 3466 stable I may dominate. ;-)


Memory Mark test in PerformanceTest 9.0 (PassMark)


Things are looking better, and I really appreciate you guys leading me to lower SoC, it took a while for me to get it though. ;-) hehe
Edited by makatech - 10/19/17 at 9:24am
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I finally got my Ryzen running. I got 1600x with flare x 3200mhz ram.

I tried to set D.O.C.P 3200mhz, not posting, then i tried different manual ram speeds. It does not post even if i set 2133 manually, all auto works no problem and that gives me 2400mhz, and even setting default 2400 timings manually with auto speed it does not post. So changing any settings on ram makes it not post. What i should do to get it working?

Edit: It also shows on windows that i have 16gb ram, 7.93gb available. I also tried changing to other 2 ram slots.

Edit2: I tried using only 1 stick of ram, one doesn't work so it was faulty ram, tried it in all 4 slots.
Edited by Ph42oN - 10/19/17 at 2:14pm
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Yes, all of those old tricks we used before agesa 1.0.6 should be placed in the back of your mind as a potential solution to instability. Start over and don't assume you still need soc 1.1v+ to run 3200+. It's a major pita to have to restart from scratch on the newer bioses, so if you got a nice oc right now, might want to stick with what you have or set aside a ton of time to re-test.
 
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What is everyones viewing experience when watching online videos on this Ryzen platform and motherboard?

Is it smooth because I am getting these odd brief moments of microstutterting video lag (about 0.5s) randomly few times per minute but the audio is fine. I would say it is hard to detect because it is only really noticeable during a moving shot/scene.

I have cleared CMOS, reseat RAM, tried RAM in different slots on motherboard, only using one stick, fresh install of Windows 10 (Fall Creators Update), latest AMD chipset drivers, replaced Power supply. No problems reported during memory tests (memtest86, HCI memtest, GSAT) or CPU tests e.g. Prime95. This is at default Bios settings with no overclocking.

Im thinking the issue could be either CPU, Motherboard, RAM or GPU related but it is difficult to test without spare hardware at hand.

My CPU build date is UA1716PGT and Im wondering if this could be anything to do with the segfault issue.

For example:

Google Chrome
Windows 10 x64 Fall Creators update
Video quality settings 1080p 60fps
test video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1La4QzGeaaQ

The video stats show video codec VP9 (303) and Audio codec opus (251).

Overall CPU utilization is about 10% with 4 of the threads shows 20-30% utilization.

I am seeing around 20 dropped frames per minute in Google Chome (when using 1080p60 video quality settings). Firefox says there are no dropped frames but the microstuttering is still there but maybe not so often.
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Originally Posted by os4321 View Post

What is everyones viewing experience when watching online videos on this Ryzen platform and motherboard?

Is it smooth because I am getting these odd brief moments of microstutterting video lag (about 0.5s) randomly few times per minute but the audio is fine. I would say it is hard to detect because it is only really noticeable during a moving shot/scene.

I have cleared CMOS, reseat RAM, tried RAM in different slots on motherboard, only using one stick, fresh install of Windows 10 (Fall Creators Update), latest AMD chipset drivers, replaced Power supply. No problems reported during memory tests (memtest86, HCI memtest, GSAT) or CPU tests e.g. Prime95. This is at default Bios settings with no overclocking.

Im thinking the issue could be either CPU, Motherboard, RAM or GPU related but it is difficult to test without spare hardware at hand.

My CPU build date is UA1716PGT and Im wondering if this could be anything to do with the segfault issue.

For example:

Google Chrome
Windows 10 x64 Fall Creators update
Video quality settings 1080p 60fps
test video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1La4QzGeaaQ

The video stats show video codec VP9 (303) and Audio codec opus (251).

Overall CPU utilization is about 10% with 4 of the threads shows 20-30% utilization.

I am seeing around 20 dropped frames per minute in Google Chome (when using 1080p60 video quality settings). Firefox says there are no dropped frames but the microstuttering is still there but maybe not so often.

Hmmm, I guess you could try both with hardware acceleration disabled and enabled using Chrome and see what difference it makes watching youtube movies from Chrome. You will find it under settings -> advanced

I assume you are running latest driver for your graphical card?

It could also be because of network issues/lag?
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The pump of my Eisbaer 280 died today. It was always far from beeing silent, but it started to makee a weird and annoying noise, like if something was broken inside.

I had to replace it by a Noctua NH-D15 S-AM4.
I knew it was more silent, but I did not expect it to be so much quieter than the Eisbaer.

But I was bothered by the height of my RAM sticks (HOF) that prevented the NH-D15 to get its second fan.

That's why I've finally got rid of the huge heatsinks of my RAM.

Weird: I struggled to remove the heatsink of the first kit, the one of the second stick surrended very easily.

Radiateur_HOF.jpg

The side with the chips has a layer of chewing-gum.
The other side has two pieces of double sided tape.

After the stick got naked, I mounted a small copper heatsink on each chip:

HOF_rads_cuivre.jpg

Their placement is pretty approximate and the result must make any tuning lover to scream or puke, but their temperature during a stress test (16 instances of HCI Memtest) is lower than the motherboard's (RAM: 30°, MB: 35°).

These small copper heatsinks: https://www.fasttech.com/p/1325003

My RAM is now more efficiently cooled, and my NH-D15 got back its second fan.

That way, this air cooling is about as efficient as the Eisbaer 280 while beeing much more silent. "About" because the ambient temperatures could be different.
But perhaps the pump of my AIO was defective from the start.
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Hmmm, I guess you could try both with hardware acceleration disabled and enabled using Chrome and see what difference it makes watching youtube movies from Chrome. You will find it under settings -> advanced

I assume you are running latest driver for your graphical card?

It could also be because of network issues/lag?

Hardware acceleration enabled/disabled still has the issue. Tested with various AMD drivers, 17.4.4, 17.7 and the latest AMD Windows Fall Update Beta driver. No networking issues/packet loss (connected via cable) and Youtube buffer shows 30s of video buffer.
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Originally Posted by os4321 View Post

Hardware acceleration enabled/disabled still has the issue. Tested with various AMD drivers, 17.4.4, 17.7 and the latest AMD Windows Fall Update Beta driver. No networking issues/packet loss (connected via cable) and Youtube buffer shows 30s of video buffer.

Difference if accessing youtube from Internet Explorer or Edge?
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Im wondering if anyone else is getting dropped frames watching Youtube 1080p60 videos using Google chrome?
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I do in Chromium but my video card is loaded up to 100% so I don't think that really counts.
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