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post #131 of 381 (permalink) Old 03-20-2019, 08:33 PM
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This is my R20 score.

Posted just under Ryzen7 1700x. But that's to be expected when you're using a Radeon HD 5770 for display card while building and downloading system files outside of the case. Hurts me that it's currently running 2133mhz speeds on the RAM but what can ya do right?

Will update whence I get system build finished with three 360s and GPU as well as RAM paralleled in my new loop. Build currently as it stands now:

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I am really starting to feel my Oats as a long time member of OCN. Why did we go back to this system again?

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post #132 of 381 (permalink) Old 03-21-2019, 12:00 PM
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Just an update to my Cinebench R20 score. I was able to hit 4500cb, but then started to black screen for some reason. I think that I'm pushing my motherboard a little too hard (ROG Strix X470-F) as my processor, RAM, and power supply are capable of more. I was able to get a little better than my first posting and its a stable and easily replicated/ repeated score. Clock speed was 4290.9Mhz across all cores.


Score: 4443cb
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This is my R20 score.

Posted just under Ryzen7 1700x. But that's to be expected when you're using a Radeon HD 5770 for display card while building and downloading system files outside of the case. Hurts me that it's currently running 2133mhz speeds on the RAM but what can ya do right?

Will update whence I get system build finished with three 360s and GPU as well as RAM paralleled in my new loop. Build currently as it stands now:

R7 1800x
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CM Hyper 212 w/ only an EKWB 500-2200rpm RGB fan for cooling.
2x8gb GSkill TridentZ 3200mhz(2133)
Radeon HD 5770 Setup Card
Windows 10


~Ceadder
Manually set the stock timings and 3200mhz speed as well as voltage. You'll get a much better score with 3200mhz RAM. My RAM is only 2666mhz but I overclocked it to 3600mhz and manually played around with timings until I got best results. My score skyrocketed since I did that. Also getting better frame-rate in games.

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Manually set the stock timings and 3200mhz speed as well as voltage. You'll get a much better score with 3200mhz RAM. My RAM is only 2666mhz but I overclocked it to 3600mhz and manually played around with timings until I got best results. My score skyrocketed since I did that. Also getting better frame-rate in games.

Ryzen loves fast RAM and tight timings Ryzen's interconnecting Infinity Fabric clocks to the same speed as the RAM. The faster the RAM the better the performance across the board. So far from what I have found the current generation of Ryzen (Ryzen +) seems to hit a real "sweet spot" at around 3466Mhz and tight CL14 timings.


Using great advice from another thread on this forum I recently tweaked my memory settings, this is Trident Z RGB 3200Mhz CL14 RAM overclocked and tightened:
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Manually set the stock timings and 3200mhz speed as well as voltage. You'll get a much better score with 3200mhz RAM. My RAM is only 2666mhz but I overclocked it to 3600mhz and manually played around with timings until I got best results. My score skyrocketed since I did that. Also getting better frame-rate in games.
Am on my mobile atm, so pardon me for asking if you clocked your CPU or was at stock speed?

From what I remember 1st gen Ryzen is an either or proposition. My 1800x was a preorder CPU that I put on hold for awhile due to teething issues and price of RAM. Sadly for me RAM prices kept increasing, which put the board on hold. I finally picked up both and a monoblock for the MB when I couldn't wait any longer. RAM prices started in a downward trend just after I dropped $180 on my RAM. Oh well, least it's up and running. I will try clocking the RAM and see where it takes me tomorrow. If the best I can get out of it, is marked speed then I am fine with that.

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9900K @ 5GHz cache 43 RAM 3600
That cache is holding you back. I score 5030 on my 9900K @ 4.7GHz Cache x44. I also score 5350 @ 5GHz Cache x47.

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