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post #19111 of 19147 (permalink) Old 01-15-2019, 05:33 AM
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hello ryzen peoples,
so I decided to try to bring the clock up on my pc for fallout 76 as its a single gpu game and seems to not like it much.
I installed the new bios for my msi carbon and found that I can now set voltage to off-set and use cool and quiet to down volt and down clock the cpu, which drove me mad that it could not do that when I first got my pc.
only problem is I lost all my data on my clocks and voltages for my cpu.
I just ran some prime as intel burn test still does not work right.
so far I got 3900mhz at 1.425v,
what is the max voltage you would recommend to use please?

and my hwmonitor is saying that my systin and mainboard is reaching 85c while doing 3.9ghz, is that normal please?

cpu got to 46c...

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post #19112 of 19147 (permalink) Old 01-16-2019, 05:06 PM
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You're at the max volts already (1.42v) I get unstable over 74C with my chip so maybe keep max load temps under that. 85C for VRM's ok if that's what that is, if you have an IR thermometer try pointing it at the back of the motherboard under the VRM's and see if that stays under 100C at max load.

Also if your board has a VR_VOUT reading in hwinfo use that for vcore. (If it has two sensors with VR_VOUT then one is vcore and the other is vsoc (mem controller voltage))

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85C sounds like you are still on the stock cooler. You might consider upgrading your cooling solution.

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AX370-Gaming K7 Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.6GHz 3866MHz (RAM) stable

I succeeded in overclocking a GA-AX370-Gaming K7 with Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.6GHz 3866MHz (RAM) mprime (prime95 on Windows) stress test stable -- on stock air cooler!!! It goes up to 88°C max (ambient ~20°C).

RAM is kit of 2x8GB G.Skill F4-3600 w/ CL19 20-20-40

Can some body confirm if the GA-AX370-Gaming K7 with Ryzen 7 might go up to a RAM speed of 4000MHz?

~$ sudo dmidecode --type 17

# dmidecode 3.1
Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs.
SMBIOS 3.2.1 present.
# SMBIOS implementations newer than version 3.1.1 are not
# fully supported by this version of dmidecode.

Handle 0x002E, DMI type 17, 40 bytes
Memory Device
Array Handle: 0x0027
Error Information Handle: 0x002D
Total Width: 64 bits
Data Width: 64 bits
Size: 8192 MB
Form Factor: DIMM
Set: None
Locator: DIMM 0
Bank Locator: P0 CHANNEL A
Type: DDR4
Type Detail: Synchronous Unbuffered (Unregistered)
Speed: 3866 MT/s
Manufacturer: Unknown
Serial Number: 00000000
Asset Tag: Not Specified
Part Number: F4-3600C19-8GVRB
Rank: 1
Configured Clock Speed: 3866 MT/s
Minimum Voltage: 1.2 V
Maximum Voltage: 1.2 V
Configured Voltage: 1.2 V

Handle 0x0031, DMI type 17, 40 bytes
Memory Device
Array Handle: 0x0027
Error Information Handle: 0x0030
Total Width: 64 bits
Data Width: 64 bits
Size: 8192 MB
Form Factor: DIMM
Set: None
Locator: DIMM 1
Bank Locator: P0 CHANNEL A
Type: DDR4
Type Detail: Synchronous Unbuffered (Unregistered)
Speed: 3866 MT/s
Manufacturer: Unknown
Serial Number: 00000000
Asset Tag: Not Specified
Part Number: F4-3600C19-8GVRB
Rank: 1
Configured Clock Speed: 3866 MT/s
Minimum Voltage: 1.2 V
Maximum Voltage: 1.2 V
Configured Voltage: 1.2 V

#====================
# S Y N O P S I S
# GIMPS: Mersenne Prime Search
# Web site: mersenne.org
# Linux64,Prime95,v29.4,build 8
# Copyright 1996-2018 Mersenne Research, Inc.
# Author: George Woltman
# PrimeNet Server 5.0.95 (GIMPS V5.0 API)
# (c)1997-2019 Mersenne Research, Inc.
# Created by: Scott J. Kurowski
# [email protected]
#--------------------------------------

@ 3000 MHz (CPU), 2130 MHz (RAM), optimal defaults
2048K FFT 3.329 ms
4096K FFT 10.552 ms
TF best 1.351 ms

@ 3000 MHz (CPU), 3600 MHz (RAM), XMP
2048K FFT 2.459 ms
4096K FFT 6.396 ms
TF best 1.371 ms

@ 3000 MHz (CPU), 3866 MHz (RAM), XMP
2048K FFT 2.384 ms
4096K FFT 6.007 ms
TF best 1.368 ms

@ 3000 MHz (CPU), 3600 MHz (RAM), noXMP
2048K FFT 2.431 ms
4096K FFT 6.454 ms
TF best 1.356 ms

@ 3102 MHz (CPU), 3600 MHz (RAM), noXMP, OC, 103.4 MHz (BCLK)
2048K FFT 2.327 ms
4096K FFT 6.120 ms
TF best 1.324 ms

@ 3198 MHz (CPU), 3600 MHz (RAM), noXMP, OC, 104.0 MHz (BCLK)
2048K FFT 2.310 ms
4096K FFT 6.182 ms
TF best 1.300 ms
HDD (read / write / seek)
544,5 MB/s 388,9 MB/s 0,16 ms

#---------------------------------------------------------------------
@ 3718 MHz (CPU), 3600 MHz (RAM), noXMP, OC, 103.3 MHz (BCLK), LLC low,
36 * 103.3 BCLK
2048K FFT 2.136 ms
4096K FFT 6.123 ms
TF best 1.361 ms
HDD (read / write / seek)
557,5 MB/s 408,9 MB/s 0,07 ms
Temp (mprime -t 1, max) 92°C
Temp (mprime -t 2, max) 80-91°C
#---------------------------------------------------------------------

@ 3800 MHz (CPU), 3600 MHz (RAM), noXMP, OC(st), 100 MHz (BCLK), LLC auto
2048K FFT 2.225 ms
4096K FFT 6.566 ms
TF best 1.332 ms

@ 3690 MHz (CPU), 3600 MHz (RAM), noXMP, OC, 100 MHz (BLCK), LLC low
37 * 100 BCLK
2048K FFT 2.178 ms
4096K FFT 6.333 ms
TF best 1.371 ms
HDD (read / write / seek)
557,5 MB/s 406,7 MB/s 0,07 ms
Temp (mprime -t 1, max) 89°C
Temp (mprime -t 2, max) °C

@ 3690 MHz (CPU), 2133 MHz (RAM), noXMP, OC, 100 MHz (BLCK), LLC low
2048K FFT 3.143 ms
4096K FFT 10.244 ms
TF best 1.371 ms

@ 3700 MHz (CPU), 3866 MHz (RAM), noXMP, OC, 100 MHz (BLCK), LLC low
37 * 100 BCLK
2048K FFT 2.123 ms
4096K FFT 5.946 ms
TF best 1.364 ms

@ 3500 MHz (CPU), 3866 MHz (RAM), noXMP, OC, 100 MHz (BLCK), LLC low
35 * 100 BCLK
2048K FFT 2.205 ms
4096K FFT 5.901 ms
TF best 1.441 ms
Temp (mprime -t 1, max) 93°C
Temp (mprime -t 2, max) °C

@ MHz (CPU), MHz (RAM), noXMP, OC, 100 MHz (BLCK), LLC low
35 * 100 BCLK
2048K FFT ms
4096K FFT ms
TF best ms

@ MHz (CPU), MHz (RAM), noXMP, OC, 100 MHz (BLCK), LLC low
35 * 100 BCLK
2048K FFT ms
4096K FFT ms
TF best ms

@ MHz (CPU), MHz (RAM), noXMP, OC, 100 MHz (BLCK), LLC low
35 * 100 BCLK
2048K FFT ms
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Hey guys, I'm trying to figure out if my Ryzen 1700 temps under a custom loop are good or not, hopefully someone can help me out as the data out there is all over the place.

EK Velocity AMD, PE360, SE360 NF-A12x25s in push, D5 at 4000rpm, 24-25c ambient, coolant temperature in idle tops off at 28-29c, Ryzen 1700 (non-x) is running at 4.0ghz @ 1.381v. Running prime95 26.6 smallFFTs for half an hour makes the processor plateau at 77c and the coolant 34c.

If anyone has a 1700 under a custom loop your input would be highly appreciated!
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They just get hot regardless once you break a certain speed (usually around 3.8GHz on first gen Ryzen) and start pumping more than 1.35v to it. My 1700 tops out at 83C core at 3.8GHz with 1.38v (30C ambient, NH-D15 with 2xTY-143 capped at 1400rpm). At 3.75GHz with 1.33v it tops out at 77C with the same cooling setup. SmallFFT will also make your CPU run hotter than Blend, which is what most people tend to run.
I would be more concerned about you VRM temps. Do check those as they tend to get more than warm unless you have direct active cooling on them.

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It's been a long time since I bothered to stress test my 1700 but it topped out at 68-69C with ambients around 24C @ 3.925ghz and 1.356v. The 2-ty143 fans can hit 2500rpm.

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It's been a long time since I bothered to stress test my 1700 but it topped out at 68-69C with ambients around 24C @ 3.925ghz and 1.356v. The 2-ty143 fans can hit 2500rpm.
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Miklkit, what were the programs you used to tout for FX systems to get around some of the windows shenanigans etc ( was there one for use with the instruction sets used by games like skyrim ?) Nasty cold weather has given me some basement time with my FX rigs .

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It's been a long time since I bothered to stress test my 1700 but it topped out at 68-69C with ambients around 24C @ 3.925ghz and 1.356v. The 2-ty143 fans can hit 2500rpm.
Yeah, I know, but they are crazy loud at those speeds and my current case fans can't keep up with them. Changed my rig to a more silent build and focused on getting optimal airflow at the lowest noise possible. They do still spin to full speed, but only once the CPU hits 90C (which is never).

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You might want to experiment with different ways / amounts of thermal paste, the IHS on these is not flat it's lower in the center.. I've had as much as 20C difference in max load temp just from the thermal paste application on custom watercooling with my 1700. The best result I've had so far was with a thin manual spread, worst was with a large pea sized dot. It's worst with the pea sized dot with kryonaught for me because it didn't really spread much on it's own.

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