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post #591 of 776 (permalink) Old 08-11-2019, 06:21 AM
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Thanks guys for pushing this !

In the latest Beta (v6.11-3890) I have added reporting 2 new information that might be of interest:
- Automatic Overclocking Offset for AMD Matisse family
- High Temperature Clock Limit for AMD Zen2 family. Note that the value reported in build 3890 will need to be adjusted by adding the Automatic Overclocking Offset to it. This will be resolved in the next build.

That version also supports monitoring of dozens of temperature sensors across the die, but this option is hidden and not activated by default. Note that for Zen1 families this should cover sensors in CPU cores and rest of die, but for Zen2 this seems to cover IOD sensors only (I haven't found a way how to report per-core sensors on Zen2).
Not sure if this would be of interest to you
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Do you think that Zen 3 will bring the same performance jump we have seen from ryzen 2xxx to ryzen 3xxx?

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Do you think that Zen 3 will bring the same performance jump we have seen from ryzen 2xxx to ryzen 3xxx?
Thats an interesting question. I am still unclear if the Upcoming 7nm Refresh is going to be called Zen 3, and if it will have more architectural changes, or if its essentially just going to be a refresh on the 7nm+ Node.

If there are no big changes and we are essentially just getting the new TSMC node, that alone will probably give us a pretty decent boost in clock speeds, it could be decent but doubt it will be that same kind of Jump.

If this does end up being Zen 3, and their is restructuring to the pipe as well, then we could see a sizable jump again. But I need to look into what exactly we are supposed to be getting this upcoming year.

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Pretty sad to still see ddr4 on Zen 2
Really hoped.to see ddr5 on those platforms

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Pretty sad to still see ddr4 on Zen 2
Really hoped.to see ddr5 on those platforms


Your comment makes no sense... DDR5 won’t be out at the earliest by the end of year. There is no ddr5 out there for anyone.


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Run on Timespy.. My Daily use for gaming.. 3900X 4.4 and 2080Ti 2145/7800
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Run on Timespy.. My Daily use for gaming.. 3900X 4.4 and 2080Ti 2145/7800
You are running a XOC bios on your 2080ti right? And 27c-33c is great. Only 6c difference on load!
Im getting same score with standard bios and a 3800x @ 4.4ghz manual!

Will try a xoc bios for the 2080ti. Need more voltage!

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You are running a XOC bios on your 2080ti right? And 27c-33c is great. Only 6c difference on load!

Im getting same score with standard bios and a 3800x @ 4.4ghz manual!



Will try a xoc bios for the 2080ti. Need more voltage!
This is my result with the 3900X at 4.39ghz.

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/8132121

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This is my result with the 3900X at 4.39ghz.

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/8132121

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Great score! But some more details pls. What PCB / vBIOS / Cooling / OC?

and what did you use LN2 or Chiller?

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Great score! But some more details pls. What PCB / vBIOS / Cooling / OC?



and what did you use LN2 or Chiller?
XOC bios and AIO cooler. Idle temps 22c and I try to keep it below 40 as from 41c I lose 15mhz core. The card itself is a Palit Rtx 2080 ti Gamingpro OC.

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