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post #3701 of 3824 (permalink) Old 08-01-2019, 01:10 PM
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Ok then, why some people on reviews/gaming footage videos even famous got it boosting on 3725 and even more with worse temperatures
Power saving features off? BIOS and Windows.

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Power saving features off? BIOS and Windows.
Afaik they didn't touch anything except XMP
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Quick question;

What is the highest stable memory speed that Zen+, but especially 2600X can do for daily use?
Considering most mobos have 3466 as the top end although I have seen Asrock steel mobo with 3533 support lately.

I have 3733 ram on my system now, but content for the time being with 3466 from it. My MSI board only support up to 3466.

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3rd gen can work with memory way over 4000MHz.

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3rd gen can work with memory way over 4000MHz.
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Yeah, that's what some vendors sites are showing with their B450 platforms & 3000 series.

Around the net, it seems 3600 is the effective limit for 1st & 2nd gen Ryzen, but not sure if that is a hard limit or result of immature bios & chipset drivers.

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Yeah, that's what some vendors sites are showing with their B450 platforms & 3000 series.

Around the net, it seems 3600 is the effective limit for 1st & 2nd gen Ryzen, but not sure if that is a hard limit or result of immature bios & chipset drivers.
3600MHz is acclaimed as best buy because after 3777MHz (which probably doesn't even exist) i is highest frequency with 1:1 divider, higher than that divider goes up and you need RAM way higher than 4000MHz to avoid pitfall of high latency. I had my 3600 RAM running at Cl16 even with 2700x so it's not a beg deal anyway.

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Afaik they didn't touch anything except XMP
What are you using to monitor clocks and temps? If not HWINFO, then try that and close the other apps. Run HWINFO in the BG while gaming and check after about 30 minutes of game. Make sure it shows max clocks.

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Proud owner of an oced Phenom II X4, I am ready to invest on a new system with:
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- Team Dark 3200mhz 16gb Cl14/15 or other equivalent Ram with Samsung bdies

Only question is from where to buy these items online.
I am looking for an EU online shop, except Amazon Uk where there are no available ram dimms at low prices (around 120pounds).

Overclockers.co.uk does have all items, but the total is at 592£, including quite high shipping cost at 39£ to Cyprus.

Any other proposals?

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Proud owner of an oced Phenom II X4, I am ready to invest on a new system with:
- Ryzen 3600x
- Gigabyte Aorus Elite x570
- Team Dark 3200mhz 16gb Cl14/15 or other equivalent Ram with Samsung bdies

Only question is from where to buy these items online.
I am looking for an EU online shop, except Amazon Uk where there are no available ram dimms at low prices (around 120pounds).

Overclockers.co.uk does have all items, but the total is at 592£, including quite high shipping cost at 39£ to Cyprus.

Any other proposals?
Scan UK seems to have all you are looking for except that brand of RAM and shipping cost is about the same. Any reason you are going for the 3600X and not the 3600?

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Scan UK seems to have all you are looking for except that brand of RAM and shipping cost is about the same. Any reason you are going for the 3600X and not the 3600?



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The difference is around 30pounds.
Everyone is recommending the fan cooler of the X version. Anyway the X cooler is better than the standard 3600 cooler, so since I plan to OC the cpu, I may save some money and keep the X cooler.
Also the X by default is having better clocks than the 3600.

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