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post #261 of 272 (permalink) Old 11-04-2019, 06:20 PM
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Didnt see this, guess what im going to do? LOL
Anything to report ?

I'm still seeing 4450 peaks. 4400 consistent in Siege with rare drops to 3375 now

NO PBO !

Maddeningly my benchmark scores are still relatively unchanged ??? What is the key ? Whats actually going on ?? I'm afraid to experiment any more.


LOOK AT THIS !!! HOPE for boost clocks !!

https://wccftech.com/amd-custom-powe...ryzen-9-3900x/


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Anything to report ?

I'm still seeing 4450 peaks. 4400 consistent in Siege with rare drops to 3375 now

NO PBO !

Maddeningly my benchmark scores are still relatively unchanged ??? What is the key ? Whats actually going on ?? I'm afraid to experiment any more.


LOOK AT THIS !!! HOPE for boost clocks !!

https://wccftech.com/amd-custom-powe...ryzen-9-3900x/
LMAO we think alike. Was searching redit for AMD info and stumbled on it.

https://www.techpowerup.com/review/1...cessors/2.html

Was playing with this, did the settings and its awesome. My single core performance is much better, and the faster cores seem to be preferred, as opposed to the Ryzen power plan.
It works, just wish id break 4600, still no luck.

EDIT 1:

Wow, tested a little more and suprise suprise, look at my max on 2 cores.



Now if only i could find AMD Cool and Quiet and PPC Adjustment in my Taichi Bios. Its hard to wrap your head around Ryzen 3900X performance.
It doesn't really follow conventional thinking about processors.

EDIT 2: For anyone wondering were everything is in Bios

* Advanced\AMD CBS\CPU Common Options we find the Global C-State Control & Power Supply Idle Control

* Advanced\AMD CBS\NBIO Common Options\SMU Common Options we find CPPC & CPPC Preferred Cores

However cannot fine AMD Cool'n'Quiet to see if is Enabled nor PPC Adjustment to set PState 0.
Looks like ASRock made them hidden.

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WOOT WOOT !!!

LOL !!

Great !!!

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post #264 of 272 (permalink) Old 11-05-2019, 03:36 PM - Thread Starter
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However cannot fine AMD Cool'n'Quiet to see if is Enabled nor PPC Adjustment to set PState 0.
Looks like ASRock made them hidden.
Have you tried SOC overclocking mode? I thought that was the same as forced P0? I could be wrong tho..

In other news, has anyone tested Gen4 SSD's on the Taichi? How is it working?

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Have you tried SOC overclocking mode? I thought that was the same as forced P0? I could be wrong tho..

In other news, has anyone tested Gen4 SSD's on the Taichi? How is it working?
Good video about it from De8eaur, seems not yet, and also a lot waiting for new samsung ssd



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Good video about it from De8eaur, seems not yet, and also a lot waiting for new samsung ssd
Iv'e been testing, they are insane fast. The overall system performance IS effected, it makes a difference.

I will do a full review of Gen.4 compared to others and even spinning drives. For most applications however, it wont make a difference. If you surf the web and do casual gaming then Gen.4 is not worth it. However, if you are doing productivity things and moving files then I would say it's definitely worth the upgrade.

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Good video about it from De8eaur, seems not yet, and also a lot waiting for new samsung ssd
Iv'e been testing, they are insane fast. The overall system performance IS effected, it makes a difference.

I will do a full review of Gen.4 compared to others and even spinning drives. For most applications however, it wont make a difference. If you surf the web and do casual gaming then Gen.4 is not worth it. However, if you are doing productivity things and moving files then I would say it's definitely worth the upgrade.
No pci-e 4.0 ssd is wort buing now. Overprized and slow other than sequential read and write compared to Adata sx8200 pro.

2x sx8200pro 1TB is cheaper and faster than any 2TB gen 4 ssd now 🙂

Wait for Adata gen 4 or samsung gen 4

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Finally managed to stabilize my cl16 3800mhz overclock with 4x8gb G.Skill Hynix CJR 3600 16-19-19-39-58 (F4-3600C16D-16GTZNC) sticks. I am using beta bios 2.46 for Taichi and I really think it helped. However I think my max boosts went a bit down and I am getting a bit lower scores in CB 15 & 20 and in AIDA Ray tracing test. Memory latency has improved though 65.2. My current timings below. SOC voltage 1.15, DRAM voltage 1.48, VDDP 0.950 and VDDG on Auto. It seems to me that having tRCDWR at 19 and tRFC at 495 helped a lot.

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Finally managed to stabilize my cl16 3800mhz overclock with 4x8gb G.Skill Hynix CJR 3600 16-19-19-39-58 (F4-3600C16D-16GTZNC) sticks. I am using beta bios 2.46 for Taichi and I really think it helped. However I think my max boosts went a bit down and I am getting a bit lower scores in CB 15 & 20 and in AIDA Ray tracing test. Memory latency has improved though 65.2. My current timings below. SOC voltage 1.15, DRAM voltage 1.48, VDDP 0.950 and VDDG on Auto. It seems to me that having tRCDWR at 19 and tRFC at 495 helped a lot.

Give this a shot.

https://www.techpowerup.com/review/1...cessors/2.html

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