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post #1731 of 1757 (permalink) Old 05-14-2019, 08:51 PM
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I was pointing out specifically the Physics and Combined tests with 1903.
Hi mtrai your finding is in fact true. The physics and combined test in Fire Strike is on parr or even better than in Windows 7. I tested Time Spy and found a massive graphics score jump but drop in physics score.

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Quote: Originally Posted by mtrai View Post
I was pointing out specifically the Physics and Combined tests with 1903.
I went ahead and updated to 1903 from 1809 and i did not see any huge increase in combined test in Firestrike. Prolly cos of my low end card. What i noticed is an increase in Physics score with the R7 2700 at stock.


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At 4GHz before 1903 i recall only getting 20K. This is with 1903.

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My best so far https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19183692

on Ryzen Balanced power plan, this was on a fresh installed 1903, after installing all the software i need, it dropped again https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19348818
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My best so far https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19183692

on Ryzen Balanced power plan, this was on a fresh installed 1903, after installing all the software i need, it dropped again https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19348818
In Settings under Power, do you see the slider? I set mine all the way to the right. I think its for laptops but not sure if it affects others. Also, set Minimum processor state around 25%. Does not matter if Balance or High performance.
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Was just looking at the new leaks for MSI motherboards on X570. I have been happy with my replacement Strix X470-F board, all the issues I had with my original board are gone and this one is performing well. Looking at the leaks of the MSI X570 boards I just don't know if it will be stout enough to handle the new R7 3700X that I would like to upgrade to.



If possible I would like to keep my existing motherboard (they are even saying that a bios update may bring PCIe 4.0 support to the Strix board), however the new leaks for the X570 Gaming Pro Carbon show 12 phase VRM and the X570 Gaming Plus has 8 phase VRM and both have active fan cooling on the PCH heatsink. The Strix X470-F is the second best motherboard that Asus offers for the X470 chipset, however it only has 6 phase VRM, if I'm not mistaken. If the new Ryzen R7 is going to require up to 12 phase VRM and active PCH cooling then I doubt how much support even a higher end motherboard will have with the new Ryzen R7 not to mention the new R9 lineup that is expected. Anyone else have any thoughts on this?

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Quote: Originally Posted by cowboy44mag View Post
Was just looking at the new leaks for MSI motherboards on X570. I have been happy with my replacement Strix X470-F board, all the issues I had with my original board are gone and this one is performing well. Looking at the leaks of the MSI X570 boards I just don't know if it will be stout enough to handle the new R7 3700X that I would like to upgrade to.



If possible I would like to keep my existing motherboard (they are even saying that a bios update may bring PCIe 4.0 support to the Strix board), however the new leaks for the X570 Gaming Pro Carbon show 12 phase VRM and the X570 Gaming Plus has 8 phase VRM and both have active fan cooling on the PCH heatsink. The Strix X470-F is the second best motherboard that Asus offers for the X470 chipset, however it only has 6 phase VRM, if I'm not mistaken. If the new Ryzen R7 is going to require up to 12 phase VRM and active PCH cooling then I doubt how much support even a higher end motherboard will have with the new Ryzen R7 not to mention the new R9 lineup that is expected. Anyone else have any thoughts on this?
That MB looks more like enthusiast grade MB ready to take on R9 but I doubt most would go for R9 anyway. R9 is seriously moving to Threadripper waters and that's whole new ocean.
I have no doubt that higher range x470 MB will be able to take on any R7.

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That MB looks more like enthusiast grade MB ready to take on R9 but I doubt most would go for R9 anyway. R9 is seriously moving to Threadripper waters and that's whole new ocean.
I have no doubt that higher range x470 MB will be able to take on any R7.

That's what I'm hoping for. I was going to upgrade to the X570 Hero or possibly MSI, however it would be much more cost effective to be able to keep my current board. Don't get me wrong, having a high end X570 and pushing the 12 core R7 to its max would be fun, however I also have a wife I have to answer to Somehow she always finds out what I spent on my truck and my computer even though I take extra step to try and hide the purchases....

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Quote: Originally Posted by cowboy44mag View Post
That's what I'm hoping for. I was going to upgrade to the X570 Hero or possibly MSI, however it would be much more cost effective to be able to keep my current board. Don't get me wrong, having a high end X570 and pushing the 12 core R7 to its max would be fun, however I also have a wife I have to answer to Somehow she always finds out what I spent on my truck and my computer even though I take extra step to try and hide the purchases....
Maybe someone on here sends her messages...

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Quote: Originally Posted by cowboy44mag View Post
That's what I'm hoping for. I was going to upgrade to the X570 Hero or possibly MSI, however it would be much more cost effective to be able to keep my current board. Don't get me wrong, having a high end X570 and pushing the 12 core R7 to its max would be fun, however I also have a wife I have to answer to Somehow she always finds out what I spent on my truck and my computer even though I take extra step to try and hide the purchases....
You gonna be a good candidate for an early adopter. Someone who is not squeamish and understands the you gonna be part of the initial testers. These companies cannot possible try every scenario. Kinda tough attitude to have especially if you buy the top of the line motherboard or gear. I'll prolly let a few months pass by.

Go pay for the next makeup kit your wife buys.

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Are the supported memory speeds shown in BIOS/manual, chipset specific or CPU specific?

Since the mem controller is in the CPU, I would expect it to be CPU specific. Just wondering if I would be able to use faster RAM if Ryzen 3000 supports them on my MSI B450 board.

On a different note, which Ryzen board has been known for the lowest DPC latencies?
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