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Originally Posted by Neonkore View Post

I'm at work so can't check the specifics for you, but from memory there was no reason to select a different mode in BIOS to go quad channel. Run AIDA64, if you're getting around 80000MB/s you're in quad channel mode. Would be interested to see what your latency is too (should be ~90ns in distributed mode (which is default). 2400 cinebench is a bit low for stock, should be hitting around 2800.

It sounds like a memory issue but I noticed you're running SLI and only have issues with games/3d benchmarks - are you sure it's not an SLI driver issue?


these are the numbers running AIDA64 extreme
read: 87443 MBps
write: 86419 MBps
copy: 81857 MBps
latency: 72.2 ns
memory is in local mode, and is being reported as Quad DDR4-3200

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Originally Posted by DarkK3y View Post

What about testing with only 1 GPU installed ? Maybe it should fix the Problem.

Just turn off the PCI-E Switches on the Board if you on water cooling.

i just pulled out the second gpu entirely, and the stutter is significantly less, but still there. it could be a driver issue. i was using these same cards on the same driver on my previous build on a Maximus 8 hero alpha and 6700k running at 4.7ghz, and had zero issues with it.
post #1562 of 1762
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Originally Posted by Neonkore View Post

I get ~39-42 idle up to around 52-55 load at stock on AMD balanced power plan (5% minimum state) but I believe power saving mode is off in UEFI, Previously would get up to 68 on the H115i AIO. I also have my fans set at relatively low RPMs for those temperatures, only going above 60% when it hits 55 degrees. 360/60 and 280/30 radiators. Only the RAM is overclocked, i'll confirm tonight and get back to you.
thx for the reply, yeah pretty hot at idle.....
post #1563 of 1762
I am still having issues with my overclock and incorrect temperatures reported by the CPU. I can flash the 0801 bios and leave at stock and the temperatures are reported accurately in Ryzen Master and in HWInfo. The moment I make changes to the CPU overclock and voltage the temperatures are reported as below. The low temperature is reflected by the Aura oled, Ryzen Master, and HWInfo. I also have the latest update of Aura software installed. Can someone help me out here? This is so strange.

EDIT: Also noticed another issue. I have 3x 27" 4k monitors and 1 50" 4k tv all connected to 1 of SLI GTX1080ti. Running cinebench CPU test causes the computer to free and all monitors go blank and come back on except the 50" tv never regains signal. Just displays "signal lost". Gremlins everywhere with this build. Any clue on this as well??


Edited by na300zx - 11/10/17 at 7:49am
post #1564 of 1762





Looking that some people are getting much better results, I wanted to see if anyone has the correct timings since the kit that I have is one of the most commonly used kits around here from what I've noticed. If anyone that has the best timings for it i'd really appreciate it!

I am using G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) Desktop Memory Model F4-3200C14Q-32GTZR
post #1565 of 1762
Thread Starter 
System:-

ASUS Zenith Extreme
ThreadRipper 1950X
F4-3200C14D-16GTZ

RX VEGA 64
1x SATA SSD, 2x SATA HDD

Firmware info:- (Click to show)
Firmware base settings:- (Click to show) Firmware settings for OC:- (Click to show) I did Bionic last night at stock (Base settings with CPB: On) with The Stilt 3200MHz Safe 1T settings:- (Click to show)

So this morning I thought let's OC a bit for this use case.

1st I just upped CPU Core Ratio, 37x, room ambient ~22.1C. (Click to show)
2nd step went 38x, room ambient ~21.8C. (Click to show)
3rd step set manual 1.275V VCORE, room ambient ~21.8C at start and ~23.1C at end. (Click to show)

What changed in settings is only what is posted.

I have never had issues of incorrect tCTL/tDIE reading in HWINFO since having board. CPU Sensor under ASUS Zenith Extreme in HWINFO and on OLED was fixed while back with OLED FW update (in OP).

I use as loop:-

EK XRES 140 D5 PWM > EK VEGA > EK TR > MagiCool G2 Slim 360mm with 3x Arctic Cooling F12 PWM (top rad as exhaust) > MagiCool G2 Slim 360mm with 3x Arctic Cooling F12 PWM (front rad as intake)

EK ZMT 16/10, Barrow fittings, distilled water with ~20% mix of Mayhems XT-1 clear concentrate. I used AS5 spread by card on IHS and filled the bolt holes on cold plate of EK block with AS5. The ASUS Zenith Extreme controls fans/pump via UEFI settings.

I use a 4 in 1 cable per rad for fans, top rad fans use CHA_FAN1, front rad fans use CHA_FAN2. The EK D5 uses H_AMP for PWM. All fans/pump powered by molex. I have a Silent Wings 3 140mm 1000RPM fan as exhaust on case. This use CPU_FAN header, set to full speed PWM.

I have a temperature sensor on inlet of top rad, T_SENSOR1, this gains me warmed water temperature. I have also a temperature sensor on outlet of front rad, this gains me cooled water temperature, T_SENSOR2.

T_SENSOR1 is selected in UEFI as temperature source for headers used for fans/pump.

Rig (Click to show)



The EK block IMO is OK for stock, mild OC with heavy load or stronger OC with low loads. I may soon be getting the Byksi block.
Edited by gupsterg - 11/10/17 at 10:48am
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Samsung Evo 840 ThermalRight Archon IB-E X2 + 2x TY143 ThermalRight TY-143 2x front case intake Arctic Cooling F12 + 2x F9 as rear case exhaust 
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post #1566 of 1762
@na300zx do you ai suite 3 installed ??
post #1567 of 1762
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Originally Posted by Brain29 View Post

@na300zx do you ai suite 3 installed ??

No, I don't have it installed at the moment. Should it be?
post #1568 of 1762
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

System:-

ASUS Zenith Extreme
ThreadRipper 1950X
F4-3200C14D-16GTZ

RX VEGA 64
1x SATA SSD, 2x SATA HDD

Firmware info:- (Click to show)
Firmware base settings:- (Click to show) Firmware settings for OC:- (Click to show) I did Bionic last night at stock with The Stilt 3200MHz Safe 1T settings:- (Click to show)

So this morning I thought let's OC a bit for this use case.

1st I just upped CPU Core Ratio, 37x, room ambient ~22.1C. (Click to show)
2nd step went 38x, room ambient ~21.8C. (Click to show)
3rd step set manual 1.275V VCORE, room ambient ~21.8C at start and ~23.1C at end. (Click to show)

What changed in settings is only what is posted.

I have never had issues of incorrect tCTL/tDIE reading in HWINFO since having board. CPU Sensor under ASUS Zenith Extreme in HWINFO and on OLED was fixed while back with OLED FW update (in OP).

I use as loop:-

EK XRES 140 D5 PWM > EK VEGA > EK TR > MagiCool G2 Slim 360mm with 3x Arctic Cooling F12 PWM (top rad as exhaust) > MagiCool G2 Slim 360mm with 3x Arctic Cooling F12 PWM (front rad as intake)

EK ZMT 16/10, Barrow fittings, distilled water with ~20% mix of Mayhems XT-1 clear concentrate. I used AS5 spread by card on IHS and filled the bolt holes on cold plate of EK block with AS5. The ASUS Zenith Extreme controls fans/pump via UEFI settings.

I use a 4 in 1 cable per rad for fans, top rad fans use CHA_FAN1, front rad fans use CHA_FAN2. The EK D5 uses H_AMP for PWM. All fans/pump powered by molex. I have a Silent Wings 3 140mm 1000RPM fan as exhaust on case. This use CPU_FAN header, set to full speed PWM.

I have a temperature sensor on inlet of top rad, T_SENSOR1, this gains me warmed water temperature. I have also a temperature sensor on outlet of front rad, this gains me cooled water temperature, T_SENSOR2.

T_SENSOR1 is selected in UEFI as temperature source for headers used for fans/pump.

Rig (Click to show)



The EK block IMO is OK for stock, mild OC with heavy load or stronger OC with low loads. I may soon be getting the Byksi block.
Go for the Bitspower monoblock once it is reviewed by someone, You will wanna keep those vrms cool cause they get extremely hot and EK other mono block we can all agree its a piece of junk, so not much choice there as both use crappy acrylic as top
post #1569 of 1762
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Go for the Bitspower monoblock once it is reviewed by someone, You will wanna keep those vrms cool cause they get extremely hot and EK other mono block we can all agree its a piece of junk, so not much choice there as both use crappy acrylic as top
Been keeping an eye on my VRM Temps in HWiNFO and they don't get too high for me. Unless it's not reporting correctly. Getting consistent 40C to 45C.
    
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@na300zx no, I was having black screen overclock issues because it was sometimes setting my voltage correctly and sometimes not(every restart it was a new issue with that program). Also had black screen issues and freezing in cinebench because my memory was unstable at full load. It would boot fine - but until I dropped the speed a few notches it was questionable if it would run tests.
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