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

I didn't follow fully what you guys have been discussing, my bad redface.gif .

From these recent posts I thought you guys are trying to stop a update that steam may force. So I thought I'd state steam version key from app work with standalone.
 

No, he was having a problem with a broken sysinfo installation

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Thanks chew, would you say that 8 SR (8x8GB) is easier to work with than 4 DR (4x16GB)? If you value low timings..

Way easier with SR.

I am still pulling in the timings but stressing it longer each time.

Aida is reporting faster performance but aida is not the end all for measuring performance on Ryzen imo.
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I do a lot of CAD work using AutoDesk. I'm using an i7 4770K which ain't going the job well enough. I want more cores! Everything I've read indicates TR 1950x is the way to go without serious money thoughts. $2K for an i9 7980K is not out of the question except I would feel like the biggest SUCKER on earth. So screw Intel. TR 1950x looks to me the best move I can make for my wants and needs. My only point of unhappiness is I like to overclock and the TR just ain't gonna satisfy those desires. No big deal, though. TR should deliver the speed and performance I want/need for AutoDesk. Anything is most likely better.
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I do a lot of CAD work using AutoDesk. I'm using an i7 4770K which ain't going the job well enough. I want more cores! Everything I've read indicates TR 1950x is the way to go without serious money thoughts. $2K for an i9 7980K is not out of the question except I would feel like the biggest SUCKER on earth. So screw Intel. TR 1950x looks to me the best move I can make for my wants and needs. My only point of unhappiness is I like to overclock and the TR just ain't gonna satisfy those desires. No big deal, though. TR should deliver the speed and performance I want/need for AutoDesk. Anything is most likely better.

Is AutoCAD heavily multithreaded?
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Not terribly so, except how I use it. I usually have several projects loaded/running at the same time and that slows things enough to irritate me. I will, also, plead guilty to wanting to upgrade.
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No worries not disputing your info smile.gif . More saw wanting to see some test info smile.gif , as there is lack of info when I was looking around smile.gif .

When I read reviews of TR 1950X and it highlighted 4 threads of say 4GHz+ I was like WOW cool. When I then went and tested it and find I need to have threads on differing CPU nodes I was like WOOT rolleyes.gif .

When you have your rig up and running again I'd be interested in testing as I did in previously linked post using Statuscore.

Again just looking for real user experience as sometimes reviews, etc don't have what we may want to know smile.gif .

Thanks in advance and will appreciate your time in testing and sharing, cheers thumb.gif .

OK had a little play with status core. all core under cinebench is 3.9 with default setup, I can sort of see this pattern where highest boost single core is 4.1, 2 cores 40.5x, 3-6 cores 40-40.5x on the two boosted cores and anything after that everythimg is 39x,



EDIT Again - I realise I wasn't being clever LOL, the actual speeds are 2 cores at 4.1 and the rest at 3.9, Doh, I was looking at the big numbers biggrin.gif Removed most of my waffle tongue.gif


Edited by sandysuk - 9/28/17 at 12:08am
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Semi-off topic, but once again my sincere thanks to @chew* @gupsterg and Stilt (whose user name i cannot tag for some reason..).

 

You guys have been a major help. Much obliged :D

 

For anyone wondering, just so you can see the kind of quality info they have given us, compare their findings with this:

https://www.anandtech.com/show/11857/memory-scaling-on-ryzen-7-with-team-groups-night-hawk-rgb

 

Miles and miles apart; and above. So my thanks once again.

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Seems my last post has been withheld for moderation, probably all the corrections as I was finding out stuff. biggrin.gif

On my 1900X it seems that I do have 2 cores/4 threads boost, how fast they boost seems to depend on which threads, 9-16 typically faster than 1-8, boost is higher for 2 threads than 4. but after than its all about the base which is 3.9 it seems on this board, some crafty MSI overclocking perhaps, it is all at auto in my BIOS apart from mem speed at 3466. Or I guess XFR is just happy with my temps?


Edited by sandysuk - 9/28/17 at 12:07am
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Hey guys!

I would like to build a system with a 1950x and 4 GTX 1080TI. Does any of you have any recommendations on hardware, experiences or examples of existing builds like that?

I would really appreciate it. I will use it for GPU rendering.

Thank you very much!
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Hey guys!

I would like to build a system with a 1950x and 4 GTX 1080TI. Does any of you have any recommendations on hardware, experiences or examples of existing builds like that?

I would really appreciate it. I will use it for GPU rendering.

Thank you very much!
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Hey guys!

I would like to build a system with a 1950x and 4 GTX 1080TI. Does any of you have any recommendations on hardware, experiences or examples of existing builds like that?

I would really appreciate it. I will use it for GPU rendering.

Thank you very much!

I need to start my build log this weekend, but I've got a quad 1080 TI setup with a 1920X.

You are going to need to go with blower style cards, or put them under a custom loop just to get them to fit. Custom loop is the only way too keep them from throttling, and threadripper chips respond well to custom loops too.

It probably goes without saying you need a beefy power supply. At stock 4 1080 TI's and a 1950x draw 1180 watts sustained under load. If you open up the power limits on the cards (which you should as it is free performance with GPU boost) you are looking at 1380 to 1450 watts. A 1500 watt power supply will let you run all of the components flat out for long rendering sessions. A 1600 watt unit will allow you to give the CPU a moderate over clock.

I used Gigabyte's watetforce wb extreme cards. They worked out to be considerably cheaper than buying cards and blocks separately (150-300 dollars depending on which cards and which blocks). The Gigabyte PCB is also one of the best. The MSI gaming X EK and EVGA hydro copper cards would also be good choices but they are both harder to get your hands on. The ROG Poseidon is too big (and also a hybrid that runs warmer) and the Zotac Arctic storm has inefficient VRMs which will drive power consumption up across 4 cards.

The Gigabyte card uses an unknown water block. This is the one downside to the Gigabyte card. You can't buy an off the shelf flow bridge for it, so you'll need to use fittings. I used swiftech medium length adjustable fittings and am very happy with the results. You'll either need to assemble all 4 cards together and drop them in as one unit, or take the port assemblis off the cards and install them one by one. I tested both methods and the individual assembly is easier but takes longer. You'll need to remove the Aorus stickers to do this, but they aren't tamper stickers, so a hobby knife and some patience will yield a result that's undetectable if you need to make a warranty claim. You can also use a different brand of adjustable fittings, this makes installation a breeze but will require extra leak testing (the Swiftech fittings have a really elaborate design with a brass compression ring in addition to av o ring, really good design).

Configuration wise once you get everything plumbed up, everything should just work, or at least it did on my Taichi board.

Here is a pic. Let my know if you want more data or help with loop design and selection.

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