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post #661 of 709 (permalink) Old 12-03-2019, 01:56 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Ha-Nocri View Post
I'm using 1.0.0.4, the latest.

This is during cinebench r15 single core run, 4100 MHz is max, and during multi core run, 3875 MHz boost
Even the Cine MT is low. All cores should be boosting close to 4GHz. Is the chipset driver up to date?

Can you do another test a take a screenshot of Hwinfo showing cpu vcore?. VID is kinda low but wonder if vcore as well.

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Even the Cine MT is low. All cores should be boosting close to 4GHz. Is the chipset driver up to date?

Can you do another test a take a screenshot of Hwinfo showing cpu vcore?. VID is kinda low but wonder if vcore as well.
Yeah, newest chipset driver. VCore is on auto
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Need a little help here... I went back into bios and increased my "Per Core CCD" OC 25mhz each to the following

CCD1 4.525GHz
CCD2 4.325GHz

rebooted,
started aida64 benchmark and PC rebooted instantly and upon POST screen, it told me OVER TEMPERATURE Warning. Which cant be, I had HWinfo64 open and both CCD's never went above 89/90c .. Again, this PC is highend watercooled and she was 1000% stable with CCD1 4.5ghz, CCD2 4.3ghz.

I put CCD1 back to 4.5ghz but left CCD2 @ 4.325ghz and pc is perfect. What is going on, i can promise it is not overheating. Is there some sort of sensor option i can disable in bios to stop this, or maybe there is a voltage i need to increase to fix this??.

Right now im at CCD1 = 4.5 and CCD2 = 4.325 and just gamed for nearly 1 hour playing boarderlands 3 and DAMN DID IT PLAY NICE!!

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Yeah, newest chipset driver. VCore is on auto
Oh yah thats low if at stock auto. I see 1.45v or even higher if i do not set a negative offset. Yours prolly need a positive offset. Try 0.02v as a start. Check your temps.

Wait, your temp is quite high.

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Oh yah thats low if at stock auto. I see 1.45v or even higher if i do not set a negative offset. Yours prolly need a positive offset. Try 0.02v as a start. Check your temps.

Wait, your temp is quite high.
That is for multi core test. For single core voltage is around 1.4

Yeah, temps are high, stock cooler. Will probably buy an 280mm AIO. Hope things will change.

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@cowboy44mag I am trying to oveclock my 3800x to 4.4 ghz but its needing 1.393/1.368 idle/load voltages with llc level 3 to be stable on y cruncher and prime95 small fft no avx. if i used avx on prime95 it'll be an instant reboot and i dont want to go over 1.4 volts. I am running a crosshair ch8 hero board and since you also have an Asus mobo could you please upload some of the settings you have changed in bios?..

I'll have to check but I think these are the all the settings I have changed. Only listing settings that I changed, this is for my 4.4Ghz all core 24/7 overclock:



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CPU core ratio - 44.0
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Other than those setting everything is "auto" or stock settings. I would highly recommend using the Ryzen DRAM Calculator to set your RAM frequency, timings, subtimings, and CLDO VDDG voltage.



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My 3600 never boosts to 4200 MHz, the highest I saw is 4150, usually lower, for lightly threaded workloads. It also boost to about 3925-3950 in games. Stock cooler.

Is it "normal" to boost below advertised clocks?
If you're hitting 60C plus then yes not reaching max rated boost is normal. You need lower temps in order for the cpu to safely use enough voltage to hit max boost on these chips.

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If you want to test for stability with an AVX load, you can give the Blender benchmark a shot. I tried it the other day, and it doesn't melt the CPU down.
The prime95 AVX torture is unrealistic for regular daily use, unless you intend to look for prime numbers of course.
:OOOO

wow what kind of cooling you got??

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If you're hitting 60C plus then yes not reaching max rated boost is normal. You need lower temps in order for the cpu to safely use enough voltage to hit max boost on these chips.
It should be hitting 4.2 at idle, tho, in one or two cores.

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:OOOO

wow what kind of cooling you got??
Might be slightly over the top for what's currently one system and CPU-only.
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