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post #211 of 337
@tarot, since I am stuck with the Noctua air cooler for now, if aiming to OC it to just 3.8Ghz (still based on your settings mentioned in your blog), which key settings would you suggest to tweak? And to what value to start with?

Thanks!
post #212 of 337
jdsxpsh what case are you using, the best thing would to be is just get a water cooler, even all in one
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835214079
It would really help with what your trying to achieve, install it and forget dont have to worry about ambient temps, etc. they run 120.00 but thats pretty good even in comparison with good aircoolers. But a pc case can limit options, so thought I would ask.
post #213 of 337
@Petey: I am using this case, Phanteks Enthoo Pro Series PH-ES614P_BK Black Steel / Plastic ATX Full Tower Computer Case (newnegg).

I appreciate the advice but my budget is a bit tight so not sure if I can invest in a water cooler at the moment (sad.....). Got this Noctua fan after watching this and couple more articles saying its performance is on par with some basic water cooler so went with it.

@tarot, I tried your setting but got stuck at setting the Offset Voltage(V). I punched in 0.1875 but it kept reverting back to 0.1?? (CPU Vcore Voltage is set to Offset Mode)
post #214 of 337
Some one please make the cycling, stop. Oc the memory and hope it comes out all right, or you are stuck on a forever layover. Its going to start, no its not, its going to start no its not. 15 minutes later, its going to start no its not.

3.8 16 cores and I dont know guess; 245W not bad for aircooler
post #215 of 337
Just built my new rig with a 1950x, x399 Taichi, and G.Skill TridentZ RGB ram... So far the system is running very well with Pstate overclock. However I am curious if anybody has any experience trying to control the RGB of the G.Skill ram on this board. This ram is the Threadripper variant (4x8 @ 3200 CAS14). It is running completely stable at 3200 with the CAS14 timings. The RGB is the last hurdle, but it is more of an annoyance than anything.

The G.Skill app won't run, as it just pops the error that says no memory detected. Pretty sure the only option is to wait for Asrock and G.skill to figure out the issue and release a new bios or new version of the software; but I figured i would throw the question out there.

The only other question I have is regarding sleep on the system. Quick tests lead to believe that there is a performance drop after the system wakes up from sleep. (roughly a ~400 point drop in Cinebench). The system is running Ryzen Balance power plan. Has anybody else experienced this?
post #216 of 337
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@Petey: I am using this case, Phanteks Enthoo Pro Series PH-ES614P_BK Black Steel / Plastic ATX Full Tower Computer Case (newnegg).

I appreciate the advice but my budget is a bit tight so not sure if I can invest in a water cooler at the moment (sad.....). Got this Noctua fan after watching this and couple more articles saying its performance is on par with some basic water cooler so went with it.

@tarot, I tried your setting but got stuck at setting the Offset Voltage(V). I punched in 0.1875 but it kept reverting back to 0.1?? (CPU Vcore Voltage is set to Offset Mode)

that's my fault forgot to mention you have to change the voltage from safe to overclock in the main screen to get the 0.1875 to stick they changed this after bios 1.3 I think.

I,ll try and get a screen shot of it for you
http://www.bluetarot.com/hardware/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/171024070702.jpg

sorry I missed it in the screen just above offset you should find it when you change it , it will go red as a warning.
post #217 of 337
Got it tarot! I am able to punch the value higher than 0.1 now. Like you said, OC the CPU is all about how well you can cool it down. I have put two Noctua 150mm fans but as soon as I push it to 3.8GHz or higher, the temperature will eventually go above 68C (tdie) in Prime95 after like 10min.

Right now, I am settled with 3.7Ghz with 1.125 voltage (0.075 offset) until I have the budget to get a better water cooler I guess.
post #218 of 337
With all those cores May not notice, if dead set on air cooler. I'm stuck on aircoolers was trying to build a m-itx for a family member, but that was amd fm2 route. a lot easier on a aircooler. I found that if you use, or make sure you are using bios 1.8 and later its like having a overclock, speeds everything up. If you haven't try that it makes a diffrence.
The bright side with 4 dimms of memory you got to 3200, I cant get past 2933 with all 8 dims being used, low latencys help but probably not as good as 3200. It could make you feel like your running at 4.0 with smaller tasks.
post #219 of 337
A bit sad that I have to lower the clock speed down to 3.6Ghz with 1.125 voltage (0.025 offset) to ensure the temp is under 68C (tdie) during rendering (30C tdie when idle). With two Noctua fan to do a push-and-pull starts out ok at around mid-50C but after 10 to 15 minutes of rendering and temperature will reach close to 66C. It's Winter here with about 21C ambient. I can't imagine what would happen in Summer time. I just hope I don't have to stick with the stock 3.4Ghz in Summer time.

How are you guys doing with water cooler OC 4.0Ghz and after running prime95 for 15 minutes? Is the temp well under 60C (tdie) when load all the time? I am seriously considering returning the Noctou fans and get a water cooler.
Edited by jdsxpsh - 12/18/17 at 6:03pm
post #220 of 337
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A bit sad that I have to lower the clock speed down to 3.6Ghz with 1.125 voltage (0.025 offset) to ensure the temp is under 68C (tdie) during rendering (30C tdie when idle). With two Noctua fan to do a push-and-pull starts out ok at around mid-50C but after 10 to 15 minutes of rendering and temperature will reach close to 66C. It's Winter here with about 21C ambient. I can't imagine what would happen in Summer time. I just hope I don't have to stick with the stock 3.4Ghz in Summer time.

How are you guys doing with water cooler OC 4.0Ghz and after running prime95 for 15 minutes? Is the temp well under 60C (tdie) when load all the time? I am seriously considering returning the Noctou fans and get a water cooler.

At a 4 Ghz OC you will never get temps under 60c while running prime95 torture test. Temps would be somewhere between the mid 70s to mid 80s even with a good custom water loop.
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