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post #1831 of 1841 (permalink) Old 06-09-2019, 06:38 AM - Thread Starter
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well... the 1903 update finally came through for me... here is the difference... same settings on both cpu and gpu (except on system memory)... although due to the nature of how amd determines clocks they appear to be set different...

https://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/19535559/fs/17449903#


edit: changed the gpu memory to match old result... still clocks varied, but they were set the same in wattman

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post #1832 of 1841 (permalink) Old 06-13-2019, 06:07 AM
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I see Gigabyte listed the new upcoming Chipset driver- can any one test it with Win 1903?
https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard...driver-chipset
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I see Gigabyte listed the new upcoming Chipset driver- can any one test it with Win 1903?
https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard...driver-chipset

The Windows 1903 update doesn't seem to effect current Ryzen processors much if at all. I guess that the improvements in 1903 will optimize the upcoming Ryzen 3000 processors but have little effect on current processors.



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Quote: Originally Posted by Hwgeek View Post
I see Gigabyte listed the new upcoming Chipset driver- can any one test it with Win 1903?
https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard...driver-chipset
I tried it, didn't make any difference at all.
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Same here, I don't know where that guy found some improvement, I surely didn't, As an insider I had 1903 for some time before others and any difference was in order of statistical error, few points up or down depending on background "noise". Both of my W10 installations (one regular and other one Insider fast/skip ahead each on own SSD) are clean and well maintained with all drivers up to date. So is Mint 18.3 (also own SSD). Only decreasing benchmark are for 2D graphics but I'm not sure if it's because of drivers or windows. Only thing changed in last 6 month is GPU from Rx 460 to Rx 570.

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Guys, does R7 PRO 2700 (the OEM one) support PBO/XFR2? They say it's 3.2 base / 4.1 boost but no idea under what circumstances.
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All Ryzen CPUs support XFR and PBO on compatible MBs. There are some differences in it's level with different models and subject to BIOS enabling them.

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Quote: Originally Posted by cowboy44mag View Post
The Windows 1903 update doesn't seem to effect current Ryzen processors much if at all. I guess that the improvements in 1903 will optimize the upcoming Ryzen 3000 processors but have little effect on current processors.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XMWS0_9gNo
Look I bench most of the time and an increase Ive seen was running 3d Mark Firestrike where the physics and combined test increase alot. My result is almost similar to when I had the Ryzen 7 2700X under Dice at 4.86ghz with the cpu running 4.24ghz. So I'd say yes an improvement.

But as I stated I run benchmarks a lot and saw the chsnge in some benchmarks.

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Look I bench most of the time and an increase Ive seen was running 3d Mark Firestrike where the physics and combined test increase alot. My result is almost similar to when I had the Ryzen 7 2700X under Dice at 4.86ghz with the cpu running 4.24ghz. So I'd say yes an improvement.

But as I stated I run benchmarks a lot and saw the chsnge in some benchmarks.

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That would require more in depth study, just what is optimized so it may produce different results in different benchmarks as it would also make difference in SW. Speaking of Firestrike, I can never get consistent scores, they vary quite a bit even with fresh reboot for every test. I don't do clean BOOT but test at settings for everyday use. Just how much is Firestrike dependent on CPU comparing to let's say Time spy ?

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The topology awareness in 1903 is supposed to keep scheduling on a CCX to reduce latency. So on workloads that are running all cores or I'm guessing on 5+ cores there shouldn't be any change. But with loads running on single or 4 and less cores it should keep the scheduler from moving across CCXs which increases latency.

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