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post #2041 of 19171 (permalink) Old 03-06-2017, 04:46 PM
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In a heavily-multithreaded “all cores boost” scenario, this user-focused performance tuning permits the 1700 to ramp peak power draw up to its fused package power limit of approximately 90W electrical (note: AM4 reference power limit is 128W). Precision Boost and/or XFR will level off at 72.3tCase°C or ~90W of electrical power (whichever comes first).

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In a heavily-multithreaded “all cores boost” scenario, this user-focused performance tuning permits the 1700X/1800X to ramp peak power draw up to the AMD Socket AM4 reference limit of 128W. Precision Boost and/or XFR will level off at 60tCase°C or 128W of electrical power (whichever comes first).

What I find odd is AM4 socket ref limit is stated as 128W and X CPU is allowed 128W, AM4 socket spec can't be that can it?
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What I find odd is AM4 socket ref limit is stated as 128W and X CPU is allowed 128W, AM4 socket spec can't be that can it?

Well then see you all in 1-2 hours then, need to drain my loop and reinstall win10 I guess. I got to impatient to wait until Wednesday.
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This might not be the best place for my question.. but hope you guys can help .. I'm trying to figure out if I should go with 7700k and overclock to 4.9/5 or go with ryzen 1700 and OC to 3.9/4 the only thing I really do is play 1080p @ 75hz with gtx 1080 I know it's a little overkill lol .. I play BF1 and. Star citizen are my main to games . Please help me choose
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I would lean towards a a clean install when switching from Intel to AMD.

Is sysprep still a thing? That was my go-to years ago.

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This might not be the best place for my question.. but hope you guys can help .. I'm trying to figure out if I should go with 7700k and overclock to 4.9/5 or go with ryzen 1700 and OC to 3.9/4 the only thing I really do is play 1080p @ 75hz with gtx 1080 I know it's a little overkill lol .. I play BF1 and. Star citizen are my main to games . Please help me choose

It honestly depends on how long you usually keep your PC.

I am still on a 2500k system i built in 2011, for me the longevity the 1700 offers over the 7700k makes it an easy choice.

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^ agreed. Tested 70Hz 1080p with a single RX 480 in BF1 yesterday and the experience was flawless. I'd err on the side of more raw power knowing that both chips are more than capable of sub-100Hz at 1080p

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This might not be the best place for my question.. but hope you guys can help .. I'm trying to figure out if I should go with 7700k and overclock to 4.9/5 or go with ryzen 1700 and OC to 3.9/4 the only thing I really do is play 1080p @ 75hz with gtx 1080 I know it's a little overkill lol .. I play BF1 and. Star citizen are my main to games . Please help me choose

Amusing asking this question in this thread, I wonder what kind of answers you will get. smile.gif

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Amusing asking this question in this thread, I wonder what kind of answers you will get. smile.gif

To be fair, sub-100Hz 1080p is more about mins than pushing high averages and Ryzen is very good there. Why not get more processor for the money? Especially as CIG has talked up threading and such in their SC dev interaction dealies. To be clear, if he was a 120+ Hz DOTA/CSGO guy I'd have no issue recommending a 7700k.

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This might not be the best place for my question.. but hope you guys can help .. I'm trying to figure out if I should go with 7700k and overclock to 4.9/5 or go with ryzen 1700 and OC to 3.9/4 the only thing I really do is play 1080p @ 75hz with gtx 1080 I know it's a little overkill lol .. I play BF1 and. Star citizen are my main to games . Please help me choose
if you upgrade often -> i7

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This might not be the best place for my question.. but hope you guys can help .. I'm trying to figure out if I should go with 7700k and overclock to 4.9/5 or go with ryzen 1700 and OC to 3.9/4 the only thing I really do is play 1080p @ 75hz with gtx 1080 I know it's a little overkill lol .. I play BF1 and. Star citizen are my main to games . Please help me choose

I game at 72hz on a much slower 6 core 12 thread Xeon CPU and have no issues maintaining 72fps min and max. Last game I played was BF4 all maxed with 4x MSAA.

When I play doom and disable my fps limiter I am always over 150fps at 1080p all maxed.

This is with a Fury X.

Ryzen 7 is much faster than my CPU. So it will have no issue.
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