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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-05-2019, 02:27 PM
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Pretty good so far , just run much hotter. AMD have really done a number on the market , it wont be the same again. Even seeing vcore of 1.5v no loger scares me. AMD " forget what you thought was nomal "


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Had mine since release. And working and tweaking the setup since. Got it right where I want it. Now that I do, hows your Zen2 chips working out for ya?
Hows the stock cooler holding up? Can you share your CPU temps & ambient temp?

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Not bad.
Is the tctl/tdie temps accurate? any offset?

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Is the tctl/tdie temps accurate? any offset?
Scary high? That's just a benching oc. Everyday use is stock and in gaming tdie is about equal to cpu temp.
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Quote: Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post
Scary high? That's just a benching oc. Everyday use is stock and in gaming tdie is about equal to cpu temp.
High? yes. Scary High? no no.

I was just wondering about accurate temp reading of Zen 2. Thanks for sharing.

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you're running 1.5v on ryzen 3? I just tried my 3800x at 1.325v and 4.5ghz all core and it worked but then crashed on stress test. I think it would handle it no problem at 1.5
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Great. Specs in sig.

I'd like to get a 4.5GHz OC on the first CCD but, its not happening at decent voltage and heat margins... I'd probably need to go custom water to cool it.

More happy with my seemingly golden Bdies and memory OC and it seems like that's where most of the gaming performance comes from vs clock speed. The large majority of posters I've seen struggle to even POST above 3600/1800MHz Fclk. It might be because I took the time to enter literally every setting from Ryzen Dram Calc in correctly and my chip has an excellent SOC, though, and not the DIMMs. I'm yet to determine which it is.

If you buy Ryzen 3000, buy quality Bdie memory. I wouldn't recommend TridentZ RGB 3600 CAS 16 as few with them I've seen get past 3600 CAS 14. And its overpriced.

F4-3200C14D-16GFX is the kit I have and one other guy I've seen on here has it + Ryzen 3000, and is also hugely impressed at its overclocking ability. Dram calc tells me it'll do 4100MHz CAS 16 (in theory) and the "memory chip quality" is 94% (I suspect this is some kind of garbage metric like "ASIC quality" of yore and some kind of current leakage statistic but w/e). Others might disagree with me concerning this recommendation over TridentZ RGB but, +600MHz at slightly higher CAS (one ratio up.. CAS15 is impossible on Ryzen afaik because I don't see an odd DRAM ratio support option in the BIOS)... +600 MHz on DRAM is something I've never seen before, period, and I've been overclocking memory since timings were like 2-3-3-5 lol (DDR)

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I'm using that ram too and it's doing 3600 C14 easily. I had it at 3733 C14 and it would boot and run for a little bit then it would crash. I think if I played around with the volatages and timings a little more, it would do it. I'm also not sure if it was the ram or the IF that was the issue. All I know is the 3600 C14 settings from dram calculator worked flawlessly on the flare x 3200 c14.
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Great. Specs in sig.

I'd like to get a 4.5GHz OC on the first CCD but, its not happening at decent voltage and heat margins... I'd probably need to go custom water to cool it.

More happy with my seemingly golden Bdies and memory OC and it seems like that's where most of the gaming performance comes from vs clock speed. The large majority of posters I've seen struggle to even POST above 3600/1800MHz Fclk. It might be because I took the time to enter literally every setting from Ryzen Dram Calc in correctly and my chip has an excellent SOC, though, and not the DIMMs. I'm yet to determine which it is.

If you buy Ryzen 3000, buy quality Bdie memory. I wouldn't recommend TridentZ RGB 3600 CAS 16 as few with them I've seen get past 3600 CAS 14. And its overpriced.

F4-3200C14D-16GFX is the kit I have and one other guy I've seen on here has it + Ryzen 3000, and is also hugely impressed at its overclocking ability. Dram calc tells me it'll do 4100MHz CAS 16 (in theory) and the "memory chip quality" is 94% (I suspect this is some kind of garbage metric like "ASIC quality" of yore and some kind of current leakage statistic but w/e). Others might disagree with me concerning this recommendation over TridentZ RGB but, +600MHz at slightly higher CAS (one ratio up.. CAS15 is impossible on Ryzen afaik because I don't see an odd DRAM ratio support option in the BIOS)... +600 MHz on DRAM is something I've never seen before, period, and I've been overclocking memory since timings were like 2-3-3-5 lol (DDR)

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I'm using that ram too and it's doing 3600 C14 easily. I had it at 3733 C14 and it would boot and run for a little bit then it would crash. I think if I played around with the volatages and timings a little more, it would do it. I'm also not sure if it was the ram or the IF that was the issue. All I know is the 3600 C14 settings from dram calculator worked flawlessly on the flare x 3200 c14.
Nice. I didn't buy it because it was advertised as being "Ryzen Compatible", but because reviews mentioned it is guaranteed B-Die. And I recently saw someone claiming the TridentZ Neo kits that are being pushed (and 3600MHz CAS16) they have are SK Hynix dies. (Hynix is still pretty great and some years ago, was ideal to have in GPUs vs Elpida.)


https://www.overclock.net/forum/28156606-post2878.html


Go read that so I don't have to repeat myself again; you'll probably find it very useful. GL @ 3733c14 or 3800c16 or whatever you decide upon.

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