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post #171 of 178 (permalink) Old 01-19-2019, 05:19 AM
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@gill Plan a is the better option. I have just bought a 2200G and playing around with it on my x470 board ( usally has a 2700X) and a 1080ti. I ran the F1 2017 benchmark and it does avg 114 FPS 1440p max settings vs 144 FPS on the 2700X. Spend less now on the place holder and wait for the 3XXX chip.


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post #172 of 178 (permalink) Old 09-24-2019, 07:36 PM
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I'm pretty amazed by what this chip can do. I haven't assembled a PC since the Pentium Dual-Core days and I'm amazed by how much technology has improved since then.

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Question for you guys... My G.SKill Trident Z memory kit was sent back for RMA and I'm currently using a Corsair Vengence Pro RGB 16GB kit. I can overclock my Corsair RAM up to DDR4 3200 with 16-17-17-36 timings and with the G.Skill (I'm assuming they're B dies) will probably overclock much higher. With my current setup is it worth the extra $15 for faster RAM? Will I see any improvements in gaming if I go with the G. Skill kit over the Corsair kit? Also, I do plan on upgrading the CPU and GPU later on when I feel the need to.

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post #174 of 178 (permalink) Old 12-22-2019, 07:36 PM
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For anyone with a 2200G and/or MSI B350M Mortar, here's my feedback on ryzen 3000 compatible BIOS

So i kept updating to the newest bios like a week after they got out and newest drivers

I think the last time i saw actual difference in performance or stability was in late 2018 where some things like offset voltage and gfx overclock were added and RAM oc improved, but a new video bios was included in april 2019, so i figured i should stay up to date.

Now with every update since that(7A37v1M1), or July update(7A37v1MM), everything appeared to be working as it should, like boosting cpu/gpu or ram overclocks, but the system kept behaving really erratic, the bios navigation became laggy the moment i enabled UEFI instead of CSM, firefox browsing and windows navigation had some small delays and i could feel the mouse lag was inconsistent in games.

At first i thought it was due to new boost, so i disabled c-states/cnq and used 3.7ghz static and the whole system kept being unstable at known stable settings, so i tweaked volts, reduced memory clocks-timings, i tried different windows power plans, there was some improvement in games, but nothing that i could notice without testing first.

I even tried running everything at default, which also had the same weird stutters.

Now after half a year of beta-testing, i give up on newer BIOS, I have just reverted back to the last bios using AGESA "PinnaclePi-1.0.0.6"(7A37v1K) and i felt the differece the moment i entered the bios and then in windows, i will stay with this version unless there is a bios with specific fixes for raven in the changelog.

Even my overclocks applied instantly, it used to require 1-2 reboots to complete memory training, i didnt even have to change procODT, everything was auto-detected.

Boot times are back to 8-10sec from 12-18.

Browsing seem to be back to being super-smooth and snappy as it was when i first bought these parts and i dont have any courage left to test anything else.


So...for anyone else experiencing black screen in first boot in BIOS(the only thing which was consistent on all newer BIOS), try reverting back to the last known BIOS before the new ComboPI AGESA got released.

I dont know if all this is specific to the board or the cpu, but i posted just in case someone has the same issues.

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Does anyone know why my 2400g when manually overclocked at offset mode wont downclock the vcore at idle?

I have all power savings settings enabled as well.

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post #176 of 178 (permalink) Old 01-18-2020, 11:42 PM
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My 2200G wouldn't downclock or idle down Vcore when it was overclocked. With everything set to stock it would like normal. It could be a bug in your BIOS or just a peculiarity with all of these raven ridge chips.

Also, the 4.1 @ 1.37v you hit is an excellent overclock. I've had three of these raven ridge APU chips and not one could pass the 4.0ghz wall at any voltage.

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post #177 of 178 (permalink) Old 01-23-2020, 12:21 PM
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Guys whats the highest vcore considered to be safe on a 2200G?


I heard everything between 1.35 and 1.4V for everyday use..


Mine does 3900 with 1.4V and 3800 with 1.3V, would like to know what speed i'll get stuck with
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post #178 of 178 (permalink) Old 06-10-2020, 01:00 PM
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Is there anyone who can help me use RyzenAdj to adjust my tdp so I can increase my Cinebench R15 score on a 2500U?

Dell Precision T7500 : Dual Xeon X5675 @ 3.536Ghz X 24 Threads : 48 Gigabytes : Cinebench R15 : 1505 : AMD R9 390X 8GB @ 1173Mhz 1350mv 57599 Power Limit @ 1250Mhz memory error free on tight timings / since 1500mhz+ had errors galore
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