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post #461 of 480 (permalink) Old 08-16-2018, 04:46 AM
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Threadripper 1900x just got to 320 euro so i grabbed one.

Regarding board VRMs...

its better to have 10x 680 microfarads, or 12x 470 microfarads?

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MSI has released bios updating AGESA Code 1.1.0.1A which adds PBO options and offset control for cpu core voltage.

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In fact, this 32-core full-core over 4GHz is also a very difficult thing, because the FSB is not too stable under load, and finally the CPU is supercharged to 4GHz with 1.28V and tested by AIDA 64 FPU grill. At this point, the power consumption table shows that the overall power consumption of the platform has reached 650W, which means that the power consumption of the CPU has doubled compared with the default. However, the power supply of the motherboard is still not much problem, indicating that the power quality of the motherboard is excellent. .
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MSI has released bios updating AGESA Code 1.1.0.1A which adds PBO options and offset control for cpu core voltage.


HALLELUJAH!!!! Good one MSI way to go!!, just setting this board up atm with a 1900X, will grab a 2950X when they are available.

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There is another in the same family from them with a graph though

https://www.mouser.com/datasheet/2/1...dP-1317404.pdf
And there appears to be 3 other variants -70, 71, 73 in addition to the 21472
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for the same price, should I go with the Gigabyte x399 Designare or the X399 Taichi?

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if you care only about vrm, i will copy paste this here.

Asrock X399 Taichi: 8 phase 60 amp for vcore, or 480 amps. 480 amps @ 1.35vcore is 648 watts of available power.
Asrock X399M Taichi: 8 phase 60 amp for vcore, or 480 amps. 480 amps @ 1.35vcore is 648 watts of available power.
Asrock Fatal1ty X399 Professional Gaming: 8 phase 60 amp for vcore, or 480 amps. 480 amps @ 1.35vcore is 648 watts of available power.

ASUS ROG ZENITH EXTREME: 8 phase 60 amp for vcore, or 480 amps. 480 amps @ 1.35vcore is 648 watts of available power.
ASUS PRIME X399-A: 8 phase 60 amp for vcore, or 480 amps. 480 amps @ 1.35vcore is 648 watts of available power.
ASUS ROG STRIX X399-E GAMING: 8 phase 60 amp for vcore, or 480 amps. 480 amps @ 1.35vcore is 648 watts of available power.

Gigabyte X399 AORUS Gaming 7: 8 phase 50 amp for vcore, or 400 amps. 400 amps @ 1.35vcore is 540 watts of available power.
Gigabyte X399 DESIGNARE EX: 8 phase 50 amp for vcore, or 400 amps. 400 amps @ 1.35vcore is 540 watts of available power.
Gigabyte X399 AORUS XTREME: 10 phase (using doublers) 50 amp for vcore, or 500 amps. 500 amps @ 1.35vcore is 675 watts of available power.

MSI X399 GAMING PRO CARBON AC: 10 phase (using doublers) 60 amp for vcore, or 600 amps. 600 amps @ 1.35vcore is 810 watts of available power.
MSI X399 SLI PLUS: 10 phase (using doublers) 60 amp for vcore, or 600 amps. 600 amps @ 1.35vcore is 810 watts of available power.
MSI MEG X399 CREATION: 16 phase (using doublers) no data on TDA21472 but if we assume 60 amp per phase for vcore, that comes to 960 amps. 960 amps @ 1.35vcore is 1296 watts of available power.

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IR3575 ( 60A ) = 91% at 45A ( 1.2v ) in single phase
IR3550 ( 60A ) = 90% at 45A ( 1.2v )
TDA21470 ( 70A ) = just over 94.x% at 225A ( 1.82v ) in a 5 phase vrm ( Efficiency - includes driver, controller and inductor losses )
I'd assume the 21472 should be a tad higher from the same family in efficiency as that one is made a year afterwards.

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Kitguru does head to head of X399 boards (ASUS, Asrock, Gigabyte) with 32 core TR2






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VRM comparison in regard to OCing of TR 2990WX.


x399M Taichi has exactly same VRM. I did not expected that it will fail so early, but there is clearly space for VRM cooler upgrade (either throught waterblock or better passive cooler). But honestly i expected Gigabyte to fail earlier than Asrock.

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