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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 09-29-2019, 10:17 AM - Thread Starter
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How’s Ryzen 3000 treating ya?

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?
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Now with AGESA 1003ABBA just fine thank you.
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Working great so far, only one slightly annoying issue where my m.2 drives don't appear after a software reboot occasionally.

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My 3600x is Benchmarks stable at 4300mhz, but doesn't even stay for more than 10secs at 4350mhz or higher.
So, can't complain, especially when runs fine with my 3200 memory overclocked at 3733mhz

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Quote: Originally Posted by MishelLngelo View Post
Now with AGESA 1003ABBA just fine thank you.
How did you set your voltages? auto or offset?

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3700X here, great upgrade from previous gen

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I have three of them with different setups ,

3600 on Gigabyte AB350M-DS3H with R9 - 290X

3600 on MSI B350M Gaming Pro with RX 580 8Gb

3700x on MSI x470 Gaming Plus with RX 570 8Gb

I am working with the 3700x and it's been nice with no issues at default settings running Team Vulcan Z 3200Mhz memory .. so I plan to move my RX 5700 on to this setup as I know the Blue Screen and Reboot issues was mostly from the Navi and Afterburner.


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I cannot complain, my 3900X had been running flawlessly at either 4.325ghz or 4.225ghz depending on ambient temps for the past few weeks using either 1.3125 or 1.225vcore respectively. No I do not run any processor I ever owned at stock, it is a waste for me.

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