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post #41 of 481 (permalink) Old 08-11-2019, 11:21 PM
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Thanks for the warning--I have noticed some odd spikes.


Why/what is AMD Overclocking anyway? Why does it go in increments of .01?
I have no idea ,after I saw 1.68v i stopped using it. I have left cpu on auto ,not even pbo as for gaming there is no difference at all.

Have you guys enable c-states and cool&quiet in bios or you have left them on auto? For me if I leave them on auto the cpu doesn't drop MHz and voltage at idle
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Interestingly, AIDA64 as well as CPUz only report AGESA 1.0.0.3 no AB as stated on the download page.
Fabulous read, write, copy and especially latency scores. Can you post a detailed report of your memory settings and sub timings. I will want to see if they can work for me. Of course my limitation may be my dual ranked memory.

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Hey man, you'll need to explain to me in laments terms what you just said. I can actually run benchmarks at 4.29ghz using only 1.25vcore set in the bios but it will not be "Stress Stable" as some would say.

Of and the 4.29 is 100.4bclk x 42.75
How much memory do you have 16Gb or 32 GB. 2 or 4 dimms???

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How much memory do you have 16Gb or 32 GB. 2 or 4 dimms???
I have 2 x 8gb dimms single rank I think. The timings not visible is twcl set to 10. I just need to confirm trc and trfc. Vdimm Ive set to 1.45 but can probably drop it a tad.

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Slight update... I found a stable clock for everyday use, 4.29Ghz at 1.25vcore. Perfectly stable or so it seems.
Can you give me the brand and model and official speed and timings of your memory? I just can't get it through my head why your memory read, write, copy , and latency are so much faster than everybody else. I am wondering if you are running that G.Skill Trident Z Neo memory. Some Neo models are very highly binned.

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Can you give me the brand and model and official speed and timings of your memory? I just can't get it through my head why your memory read, write, copy , and latency are so much faster than everybody else. I am wondering if you are running that G.Skill Trident Z Neo memory. Some Neo models are very highly binned.
Nope my memory is the Gskill FlareX ddr4 3200 cl14

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Slight update.... I actually got 3800memory and 1900 IF working.
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Slight update.... I actually got 3800memory and 1900 IF working.

Is this one of the You Try Its?
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But now I can confirm stability as well.
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But now I can confirm stability as well.

nice work! that ram checks on on both the msi qvl and the b-die list =)
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