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post #411 of 571 (permalink) Old 01-13-2020, 06:51 PM
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Starting to push 3500x.It may be over before it starts.Had to adjust many bios settings.
On the laughable side.There is next to 0 difference on any ryzen 3000 series.For FPS.
Yep I went from a 3600 to a 3800X and everything stayed the same other than that I could just encode movies in the background while gaming hahahahaha. The only CPU that could make a difference in gaming would be the 3950X with SMT disabled. cranking up the clocks. You can have a try haha.
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What's the PCIE card in the bottom with the massive heatsink on it?

And I got the exact same GPU. It Freaking ROCKS! never breaking 70 degrees under full load.
Mine seems to be about 61-63c max while OC'ed playing AC:Odyssey

It's a GT710 video card, since I still have extra "Catleap" monitors and need the DVI-D ports. Time for some new monitors!
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Mine seems to be about 61-63c max while OC'ed playing AC:Odyssey

It's a GT710 video card, since I still have extra "Catleap" monitors and need the DVI-D ports. Time for some new monitors!
62-63 is extremely good. I had repasted mine but ran into some issues with it not contacting as well as before but mine is mostly going up to 68 degrees. (I do have 100Mhz core and 500 Mhz memory OC set in Afterburner though)
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62-63 is extremely good. I had repasted mine but ran into some issues with it not contacting as well as before but mine is mostly going up to 68 degrees. (I do have 100Mhz core and 500 Mhz memory OC set in Afterburner though)
Which 2070 Super do you have? I was really surprised by the low temps on mine.

This was the easiest motherboard to get stable. Decided to settle for at 1900mhz IF and 3800 16-16-16-32-1T 1.35v and 4 sticks. Leaving CPU stock since the 3950X watercooled seems to hit over 4.7ghz often.
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Which 2070 Super do you have? I was really surprised by the low temps on mine.

This was the easiest motherboard to get stable. Decided to settle for at 1900mhz IF and 3800 16-16-16-32-1T 1.35v and 4 sticks. Leaving CPU stock since the 3950X watercooled seems to hit over 4.7ghz often.
2070 Super Gaming OC running at 2100Mhz boost clocks
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Yep I went from a 3600 to a 3800X and everything stayed the same other than that I could just encode movies in the background while gaming hahahahaha. The only CPU that could make a difference in gaming would be the 3950X with SMT disabled. cranking up the clocks. You can have a try haha.
Exactly.That is why the 3950x is gone.Unfortunately AMD gimped a CDO on 3950x.
Still have a stout 3800x,3-3600x & great bang for buck 3500x .3800x is the sweet spot.

Bring on 4000.
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A lot has to do with poorly written code on most games that can't fully utilize multi-core CPU's very well, sadly. My hope is this will begin to change with new iterations of xbox and playstation on the horizon, both will feature 8 core Ryzen CPU's, which I hope translates to games that can use the extra cores. If not, why would they xbox and playstation not just use 4-6 core parts?
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Hey Ya'll!!! I want to give a huge shout out to bottjeremy for helping me out! I have 32gigs (2x16) running at [email protected] 16-16-16-30... I also am running my 3800X at 4.45 @1.3V and everything is ROCK SOLID! I have attached a pic of testing for yall to check out.. I am sure I will be doing more playing around with the memory but this is where I am as of now!



Here is my Userbench Link... https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/23647561
Happy to have helped! Enjoy that golden sample CPU of yours. 🙂

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My 3950x and unify are coming within the next 2 weeks and I can't wait to OC that beast
Lol not much to OC about... like mentioned above one die is probably a bit gimped so it's very hard to overclock 16 cores. You might do separate CCX OC but TBH, the thing works perfectly with just standard boosting like all of the Zen 2s mostly. Why would you overclock it if there is not much to be gained. Just let the thing do its work lol. Spend a bit of time on a memory OC and enjoy your system.
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