Originally Posted by Aenra
You know you're tired when it takes you a minute to figure what RROC stands for.. well done self, well done.
Wanted to start this thread some days ago, but i'm not the initiative kind of guy, i like the background better. Good that you did ^^
Proud owner, though have yet to even open the thing; need to decide which 470 mobo to get and i won't be able to do that until their BIOS has matured. And they ain't even out yet. So long time off, but will be keeping an eye out regularly.
*edit: Really am tired, lol, got a 2400.
Thanks! I am also not really much of a poster on here, but I found the lack of dedicated thread quite odd and decided to put some effort into my time here and get a nice thread going whereby owners can post up about their experiences and share some wisdom with each other.
Congrats on the 2400! You must be itching to get it going. I am currently out of town until tomorrow evening (I got the 2200G last week Thursday, spent the evening building it up, was away the weekend and this week so I haven't even gotten around to fiddling properly) but will poke around the system again once I am back.
Originally Posted by Himo5
Well done, Wabbit.
I was going to suggest reviving the AMD APU Owners Club but the contrast with the last time it was posted in FM2 days would just be confusing. Even compared with an A10-7890K the 2400G at stock with 2133MHz RAM is producing over double the scores in CPU benchmarks like Cinebench(321/793) and Luxmark(239/533).
Once I realized to update BIOS before installation and drivers afterwards updating the ASUS Strix X370-f motherboard from Summit Ridge to Raven Ridge was fairly painless, with the need to update GPU-Z producing the only real hitch.
So far, although it seems happy to post DOCP Standard settings for TridentZ 3466MHz RAM I am getting crashes in 3DMark and Heaven with the APU at 3900Mhz but this may only need more DRAM Voltage or even just a 2G buffer.
To be honest I did consider digging up that thread too, but what with the Raven Ridge APUs being so much more advanced and with so much changed I also thought it better and more deserving of it to have a thread which it can call home. The RR really is a fantastic little chip and I think with some more driver maturation and adoption it can make quite the impact on the community, especially what with GPU prices being so astronomical.
I presume you also encountered the GPU-Z crash on the first run? Keep us posted with the OC - that will be my next port of call after I get home again tomorrow.
Originally Posted by Hanjin
Got my 2400g a few days ago after sending out my Ryzen 1600 out for RMA due to the linux segfault bug, for the hell of it and see how far I can push it I used my EK A240r kit on it.
I've unplugged my rx vega 64 and so far I've only managed 3.8ghz on the CPU & 1500mhz on the GPU side but my Asrock X370 Gaming X is being really picky.
The 2400g will be later going into my living room linux gaming htpc build later on once I can afford ram and a hard drive, I've been really impressed so far with the 2400g didn't think
this little beast could run Rainbow Six [email protected]
albeit at 1280x720 with low preset and high textures though.
Very nice! I think you will be the first here to have the RR under a custom liquid cooled loop. I recall a video of a Youtube personality also building up a system under a custom loop, but having someone here is so much better. Glad to hear you are suitably impressed with the 2400G!
Any feedback or hints would be appreciated. I will add info where and when I can but if you think you have something that you'd like featured in the first post, drop the info here and I will see where I can shoehorn it in