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post #731 of 793 (permalink) Old 03-19-2019, 09:39 AM
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Its still spiking some but a little less now. I guess it is something that is inherent with Threadrippers.

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can you show the result?

still you can increase this limit to 99%

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Hi guys, I am planning a build based on X399 platform. My first choice would be the 2920X because I don't need extreme multithread performance. However, I noticed that the price of the 1920X is becoming very competitive. Here in Europe the 1920X could be found at about 250 euros less than the 2920X. Do you think that the performance improvements of the 2920X over the 1920X are worth this extra price?
I would use this machine to work on 3D solid models and run finite element analysis. In addition, I will use it also for gaming at 4K.
Probably if I opt for the 1920X I would use the extra budget to get more and/or better RAM so it is not easy choice for me.

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I am closer to migrating everything from my workstation over to my Threadripper machine.
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Now I can run 4 GPUs, my HBA, and my NIC, all at x8.

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can you show the result?

still you can increase this limit to 99%
Hello Sir,

My apologies that I did not review this thread earlier. I sincerely appreciate your help but on checking again, it appears that it is the same regardless of the minimum processor power state.






Thank You!

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I am closer to migrating everything from my workstation over to my Threadripper machine.
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Now I can run 4 GPUs, my HBA, and my NIC, all at x8.

After the great experience I had running ASRock Rack boards for the last couple of years on my 2P machines, I'm glad I went with an ASRock board for the Threadripper system. Customer support is awesome, and everything else about the board has been great.

Looks 'thin' ( > <) compared to this Intel build...these folks should have gone for 2x Epyc

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Given the earlier discussions here , and for those interested in the upcoming Zen 2 architecture (with implications for next-gen Threadripper), bios and oc'ing, Techpowerup just put up this article, with reference to "Our resident Ryzen Memory Guru Yuri "1usmus"

Also, there's this juicy quote in the article "For the 64-core Threadripper that has eight 8-core chiplets..." Doesn't mean that it will come to pass, but it might

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Given the earlier discussions here , and for those interested in the upcoming Zen 2 architecture (with implications for next-gen Threadripper), bios and oc'ing, Techpowerup just put up this article, with reference to "Our resident Ryzen Memory Guru Yuri "1usmus"

Also, there's this juicy quote in the article "For the 64-core Threadripper that has eight 8-core chiplets..." Doesn't mean that it will come to pass, but it might

https://www.techpowerup.com/253954/a...cking-tweaking
Out of curiosity, I wasn't really able to find a solid answer during my research. Some have speculated that Threadripper 3 (AKA Castle Peak) will use the same socket thus meaning plug and play upgrades for us. Do you find this to be true? Seeing that the X499 has been canned...

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Out of curiosity, I wasn't really able to find a solid answer during my research. Some have speculated that Threadripper 3 (AKA Castle Peak) will use the same socket thus meaning plug and play upgrades for us. Do you find this to be true? Seeing that the X499 has been canned...

From what I've read so far, next-gen TR should be ok with X399 mobos (w/Bios upgrade), but until there's more hard info closer to launch, 'grains of salt'. Also, the specific-to-Threadripper 64 core reference is noteworthy. While, at 7nm, power consumption should be much better, I wouldn't want to try that chip on anything but the strongest VRM mobos.
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