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Originally Posted by Dotachin View Post

1950X for $699 at Micro Center

1920X $499

You kidding me right now. 1950X is $699. I got it for 1k... should have waited.

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Originally Posted by sandysuk View Post

What about higher SOC, I need ~1.2 for mine and if I don't cool the ram I will get memory error eventually even though it doesn't go much over 60C.

I honestly haven't found any difference from increasing my SOC voltage. I went all the way up to 1.3v and it didn't make any difference.
Right now it is set to 1.0v
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first be very careful with soc too much is not a good thing smile.gif
also I noticed geardown disabled try enabled and 2T you have 4 16 gig sticks they are not going to be easy.

I will try enabling geardown and see if that helps.
    
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You kidding me right now. 1950X is $699. I got it for 1k... should have waited.
I honestly haven't found any difference from increasing my SOC voltage. I went all the way up to 1.3v and it didn't make any difference.
Right now it is set to 1.0v
I will try enabling geardown and see if that helps.

geardown disabled is needed for odd timings on ram like cl15 for example and if you have it enabled 1t=1.5 but 2t should equal 2t.

as for the 699...I refuse to walk 15000 kilometers to get a discount smile.gif that is only walk in price from what I have read.

as for soc 1.2 is the ragged edge and should not be needed 1.4/1.1 should be what works but different sticks different setups etc...I just would not go that high on the soc
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Edited by thermophile - 11/23/17 at 1:45pm
post #2394 of 2611
Hello all,

Got a 1900X here that got off a fellow OCNer.
Trying to get Linux Mint 18.2 to install. I installed Mint before on a 1090T and FX8120 system before. Not sure what is up, but the installer fails right when grub2 files are to be installed.
The installer stats that 'grub-efi-amd64-signed' package failed into /traget/.

Anyone here have experience with getting a Linux distro to play ball on a TR system?

Some more info, installing on a Intel SSD 180GB. Original had a duel boot W7 and Mint Mate 18 on it. Did a full erase already on these.
Edited by Ithanul - 11/23/17 at 3:42pm
 
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post #2395 of 2611
Despite tons of sales of the 1950x , and prices having gown down significantly for over a month, and now these sales, makes me definitely understand , that all retailers wanna totalle clear their threadripper stocks by xmas......this can only mean that a new threadripper is due much earlier than the summer........i could guess a 32core but on 12nm process that can overclock above 4.6 ghz
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Ubuntu 17.04 and .10 install fine for me
post #2397 of 2611
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Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post

What is the point of the threadripper 1900X?

There really isn't much of one. Even at $350 (Micro Center's current pricing), it doesn't make much sense. $150 more gets a 1920X and a 1700X is $229.

I was hoping that the quad channel RAM would do more. But, really, the 1900X seems to have very little appeal, unlike the 1920X. If a person is going to spend that kind of money on a CPU, board, and cooling, the 1920X and 1950X are the only models that make any sense.
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Originally Posted by mmonnin View Post

Ubuntu 17.04 and .10 install fine for me

I think I found some answers while researching around a bit more.
Maybe have to do a efi boot partition on this SSD to get the install to work.


Found the issue...the stupid Mint OS needed Internet connection for package downloads. Ugh, seems I need to get around to learning to make a custom complete ISO for installs.

Anyway, some thread goodie show.

Edited by Ithanul - 11/23/17 at 5:26pm
 
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There really isn't much of one. Even at $350 (Micro Center's current pricing), it doesn't make much sense. $150 more gets a 1920X and a 1700X is $229.

I was hoping that the quad channel RAM would do more. But, really, the 1900X seems to have very little appeal, unlike the 1920X. If a person is going to spend that kind of money on a CPU, board, and cooling, the 1920X and 1950X are the only models that make any sense.
i dont agree....if they made a 4/6 core threadripper,it would be worth for the pcie lanes, yes is not big deal of money difference, but if there was a 32 core at 2000 dollars for sure the 1900x would sell a lot especially to those like me who use many gpus rather than the cpu ......the problem with the 1900x and 1920 not selling much now or almost at all is only because they have not yes made a freaking 7 pcie 16 slots ws motherboard yet........the very moment ASUS releases boar like that threadripper sales will increase 8 times more in all their lines of cpus.....as a matter of fact ive been ranting quite a lot about ASUS not having such motherboard as first release above the zenith....making fancy gaming motherboards with leds and plastic is not something any true AMD client on x399 cares for nor looks for as it neither offers performance , nor speed, nor cooling and especially impossible to use all the 64 pcie lanes including the tons of 2.0 ones, there is ot one asus board raid 1 0 ready, nor with dual 10 Gbit ethernet (on the motherboard itself)....they are all nice cute motherboards but if we compare them to what these cpus are capable of honestly ASUS Gygabit MSI Asrock , they all just made crappy motherboards worse than junk , that must be because they got doped engineers and project managers that come to the office between a golf game and the other, to check if they met minimum sales rather than selling more and better and meeting clients minimum expectation.......i couldnt care less if pathetic you tubers whose biggest task on a computer is to render a 4 k video in 8 minutes, say about x399 motherboards, they couldnt give jack crap, they know nothing and they dont even know what a minority they are compared to CG artist VFX artist engineers, architects, VR AR developers etcetc...I dont even wanna mention game developers .

Trust me a even 4 core threadripper if it has a WS motherboard it would sell like bread
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i got 1950x amazon for 799 anyway doing overkill build.
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