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It's not required ... it simply gives the best chances of getting to 3200 speed right now.

Plus, AMD is hard at work on a big update focusing on RAM compatibility/stability/speed for release to manufacturers in May. Individual board BIOSes with the update will come after that. That should help with getting good speed and timings from non-Samsung memory chips.

Well I hope so. Been an AMD fan for many years and have always loved their speed to value ratio. Was so excited to see a new CPU (finally..) so I'll keep the faith. For what it's worth I was actually considering going blue as the performance of my 8350 was just going on a bit too long. How's your Ryzen workin out for you? You have my respect for being part of that first guy on the block club test baby biggrin.gif
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I like tinkering with stuff to get it to work and tweaking settings and such, so I knew I wanted to get in at release. It hasn't disappointed.

Gaming performance is already improving from the initial disappointing benchmarks, and it will only get better from here.

I'm lovin' it.
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Nice. Really looking forward to an upgrade. Let me ask you about the gaming, what CPU did you upgrade from and what games? My rig runs everything pretty amazing as is but that doesn't mean I don't want to upgrade. Plus on some of the newer ones (The Division in particular and a heavy HEAVY modded Fallout 4) It's not quite as amazing as it could be if I had an upgraded CPU. It has to be that because I can't imagine it being anything else as I use a GTX1080. Also I will recording/editing videos again so I'll definitely see the benefits once most of the bugs are ironed out

Also which Ryzen do you have?
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It's my Project: inFEKshun sig rig, so you can see the complete hardware list there. I also have several photos of the actual system if you click on the name.

Build Log link (external site)

inFEKshun's stable config is 3.85GHz CPU (38.5 x 100), 3200 14-14-14-14-34-1T RAM, 2113 core 5300 memory GPU.
Currently testing: 3.877GHz CPU (37 x 104.8), 3353 14-14-14-14-34-1T RAM, 2113 core 5300 memory GPU.

Games I play on a fairly regular basis:
Ashes of the Singularity
Borderlands series
Doom
EVE Online
Fractured Space
Homeworld Remastered
Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak
Mass Effect: Andromeda
Paragon
Star Conflict
TERA
Titanfall 2
Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War II series

Games I play most often:
Doom
EVE Online
Mass Effect: Andromeda
Paragon
Titanfall 2

System I had previously (Project: Red Glare -- Build Log link (external site)):
6600K @ 4.4GHz
16GB 3000 15-15-15-35-2T RAM
980Ti overclocked (I forget the speeds)
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It's my Project: inFEKshun sig rig, so you can see the complete hardware list there. I also have several photos of the actual system if you click on the name.

Build Log link (external site)

inFEKshun's stable config is 3.85GHz CPU (38.5 x 100), 3200 14-14-14-14-34-1T RAM, 2113 core 5300 memory GPU.
Currently testing: 3.877GHz CPU (37 x 104.8), 3353 14-14-14-14-34-1T RAM, 2113 core 5300 memory GPU.

Games I play on a fairly regular basis:
Ashes of the Singularity
Borderlands series
Doom
EVE Online
Fractured Space
Homeworld Remastered
Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak
Mass Effect: Andromeda
Paragon
Star Conflict
TERA
Titanfall 2
Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War II series

Games I play most often:
Doom
EVE Online
Mass Effect: Andromeda
Paragon
Titanfall 2

System I had previously (Project: Red Glare -- Build Log link (external site)):
6600K @ 4.4GHz
16GB 3000 15-15-15-35-2T RAM
980Ti overclocked (I forget the speeds)

Slightly off topic but how are you syncing your rgb leds? Or are you just setting them all to green? Are you using Aura? Thanks!
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Slightly off topic but how are you syncing your rgb leds? Or are you just setting them all to green? Are you using Aura? Thanks!
They are all set to green. The Aura version for Intel boards works to get the RAM set, and the Precision X OC software can control the LEDs on the EVGA GPU.
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It's my Project: inFEKshun sig rig, so you can see the complete hardware list there. I also have several photos of the actual system if you click on the name.

Build Log link (external site)

inFEKshun's stable config is 3.85GHz CPU (38.5 x 100), 3200 14-14-14-14-34-1T RAM, 2113 core 5300 memory GPU.
Currently testing: 3.877GHz CPU (37 x 104.8), 3353 14-14-14-14-34-1T RAM, 2113 core 5300 memory GPU.

Games I play on a fairly regular basis:
Ashes of the Singularity
Borderlands series
Doom
EVE Online
Fractured Space
Homeworld Remastered
Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak
Mass Effect: Andromeda
Paragon
Star Conflict
TERA
Titanfall 2
Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War II series

Games I play most often:
Doom
EVE Online
Mass Effect: Andromeda
Paragon
Titanfall 2

System I had previously (Project: Red Glare -- Build Log link (external site)):
6600K @ 4.4GHz
16GB 3000 15-15-15-35-2T RAM
980Ti overclocked (I forget the speeds)

Even your "old" (lol) rig is pretty slammin. So you're seeing a big difference from the intel build to the Ryzen one? Also (just curious) why not the 1800? I only ask because obviously you're a true student of custom building and by the looks you go above and beyond with overkill. Why did u stop at the CPUs? Same thing on the older one, over the top plus rig except for the CPU. Based on the detail I know you have a very very specific reason I'm sure lol
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Even your "old" (lol) rig is pretty slammin. So you're seeing a big difference from the intel build to the Ryzen one? Also (just curious) why not the 1800? I only ask because obviously you're a true student of custom building and by the looks you go above and beyond with overkill. Why did u stop at the CPUs? Same thing on the older one, over the top plus rig except for the CPU. Based on the detail I know you have a very very specific reason I'm sure lol
I didn't really need a new system. In fact, I still have Red Glare sitting off to the side of my desk, so I can swap them at any time. inFEKshun was just a way to get my tinkering fix, so I'm good for another year or two. Both systems give me good playable frame rates at maximum in-game settings at 1440p resolution, so I'm happy with them.

The reason I "skimped" on CPUs is that I'm a gamer and an overclocker. I don' t really need more than four threads. And I'd rather buy a cheaper CPU and overclock the hell out of it. Besides that, overclocking on an 1800X barely qualifies as overclocking at all because of the wall most CPUs have. I could have waited for the R5s but I decided I wanted to get in at release instead.

Am I seeing a big difference between the two rigs? No not really. inFEKshun's GPU is more powerful but its CPU is less effective for what I do. As I said before, it's all playable so I'm good.
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The reason I "skimped" on CPUs is that I'm a gamer and an overclocker. I don' t really need more than four threads. And I'd rather buy a cheaper CPU and overclock the hell out of it. Besides that, overclocking on an 1800X barely qualifies as overclocking at all because of the wall most CPUs have. I could have waited for the R5s but I decided I wanted to get in at release instead..

Ah I totally get it. It's the part that you want to "make" over the top, so more room to go up from. Makes sense, like an amazing car but with an engine that can be built upon to match the rest of it. The fun part so to speak.

I'm mostly a gamer, I record game play and do some video editing. I overclock once per CPU or per cooler upgrade so I get buried in it for that short time and then completely forget what I did until the next time I need to (like now lol).

I like your systems bud, really really sharp, especially RedGlare. I mean infekshun is badass too plus it has Ryzen smile.gif
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I like inFEKshun's case better because of easier access to everything. I'll probably use the black version of the P5 (or some future version of it) for my next build.

Like you, once I get my builds dialed in I leave them be. I don't do upgrades, I build new systems every time. But inFEKshun won't be dialed in until I get my RAM to 3600 or higher. After that it'll be good.

And thanks. I take pride in my builds. They can be a pain in the butt, but I love the end result.
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