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Gups answered the ram.

As far as motherboard i will plead no contest and will not suggest any brand over another even more so since i am working with a company.

I will say. Buy based on features that fits your use best and do not pay extra for features you will not use.

@ gups. My fury x blocks/backplates arrived. Much better quality than I thought it would be even @ msrp. At the 50% off killer deal.... Now if only I had the time to work on my pc.

i work for no one...except the new granddaughter that is smile.gif
and i heartily recommend the asrock taichi.
i have literally had zero issues from day one.
the vrms are in my opinion cool
the nvme drive i have now i put a heatsink on it seems to be performing pretty damn good.
i can overclock easily only let down by my cooling (Frankenstein project in the works...who needs a rad IN a case anyway smile.gif

but honestly it has been pretty much flawless ram and cpu and video card wise.
THAT and here in the southern states of price gouge(read australia) it can be had for $499 which is a good $120 less than any other board.
I would happily buy another one(if i was rich) which i, m not smile.gif

p.s i know what the thread is but has anyone compared the new other guy chip yet smile.gif i have not stopped giggling all day especially the overclocked power draw...how the tides have turned smile.gif

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Anyone been using Corsair Dominator RAM for their ThreadRippers?

http://www.corsair.com/en-us/dominator-platinum-series-64gb-4-x-16gb-ddr4-dram-2800mhz-c14-memory-kit-cmd64gx4m4b2800c14#

Kinda looking at getting that kit for mine, just not sure about whether it'll be fully compatible or not. The C14 suggests B-Die, but I haven't seen it appear on the Reddit compatibility thread, however that covers mostly G.Skill anyway. Kinda stuck with Corsair though for choice frown.gif


after my last run with corsair and ryzen i,m steering clear of them till they all sort there intel mess out.

going by the specs 16 gig chips running 14 would probably be b die but that's not a guarantee i had team extreme b die ram and it well sucked...
my guess would be they are higher binned 2400 sticks so 2666 at 14 should work i would search for the model and put the words suck or threadripper in there and see what pops up smile.gif
but the timings are 14 16 16 so no idea
post #1282 of 2844
The funniest part about the team blue release is that all but a few of the reviews are apologist, oh they couldn't have done it without such a high cost/power draw, it's ok the CPU's pull 25W more than spec because of the core count, yada yada yada. Sorry but if it was team red and out of spec they would have been confirming burnt down houses by now. The tech press is quite sickening at the moment.

Anyway back to logic biggrin.gif

My biggest issue is that to go G.Skill it's a roughly $300 AUD extra cost currently for the similar spec RAM. Incredibly frustrating really though I don't trust some of the Corsair kits they have labelled as ThreadRipper supported, every damn one is an X99 kit...

Gah so frustrating!!! Tempted to get it and refund it if it fails, though with the latest bios updates it should play ball.
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I bought on what was cheap and what had what I wanted port wise so for me that was the MSI X399, seems a nice board, I plugged everything in and it just worked what else can I say, I was considering the Taichi but it seemed popular and was constantly out of stock and 20-30quid more expensive, so took a punt on the MSI and have been happy.

Memory wise I couldn’t say, I bought some Gskill C16 3600, fired up out of the box at its rated speed on 3600 but stress testing found it wasn’t stable, best I could manage was CL14 3466, which actually doesn’t seem too shabby looking around, seems the limitation is not motherboard related, anything over 2666 is considered overclocking on this platform.
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Anybody using the 1900x with Asus Zenith?

Im not able to overclock it at all. The moment i raise the multiplier to 39 @ 1.37v/1.39v/1.42v. My Samsung CF791 monitor kept flickering till the screen blackout at windows screen.

Specs:

1900x
Gskill TridentZ rgb 2400mhz 4x8gb kit
1080ti FE
Samsung 950 pro

I have not oc the rams.
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@ gups. My fury x blocks/backplates arrived. Much better quality than I thought it would be even @ msrp. At the 50% off killer deal.... Now if only I had the time to work on my pc.

Sweet smile.gif . I reckon they'll be within few degrees of other offerings but at this price vastly greater price/performance biggrin.gif .

The Komodo don't use a jetplate as I've seen on some other blocks. Xtremerigs had them in 290X and 980 WB block round ups. Flow is probably not as directed over fins, as what difference no idea as noob on WC experience blushsmiley.gif .
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Anybody using the 1900x with Asus Zenith?

Im not able to overclock it at all. The moment i raise the multiplier to 39 @ 1.37v/1.39v/1.42v. My Samsung CF791 monitor kept flickering till the screen blackout at windows screen.

Specs:

1900x
Gskill TridentZ rgb 2400mhz 4x8gb kit
1080ti FE
Samsung 950 pro

I have not oc the rams.

Are you using latest UEFI?

Latest UEFI is 0603 and OLED FW v1.00.13 within this thread.
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As far as motherboard i will plead no contest and will not suggest any brand over another even more so since i am working with a company.

Of course, of course...

On a totally different subject... which color do you like the most today: grey or white? biggrin.gif
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If you install 3dmark and then install the 3dmark VR benchmark afterwards, it seems to screw things up with sysinfo. you can uninstall sysinfo and then reinstall using the msi file in the application directory and that can often fix the problem.

hi thanks for that but in my case it was because i have a steam version as well for some reason smile.gif and it updated and removed the 620 msi file so i had to grab an older copy from a backup.
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Mine is the steam version as well. The sysinfo MSI is in the \program files (x86)\steam\steamapps\common\3dmark directory, not the futuremark directory

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I have steam version of 3DM, but use the key in standalone version.
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I have steam version of 3DM, but use the key in standalone version.

as far as I can tell they are identical except for the default installation directory

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Are you using latest UEFI?

Latest UEFI is 0603 and OLED FW v1.00.13 within this thread.

Hi there, i have not updated to 0603 yet. Didnt find them in the support page. Im currently on 0503. Will update it soon tomorrow when im home.

Thanks and i will get back in the thread provided.
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