[WCCFTECH] AMD Ryzen 9 3950X 16 Core CPU Binning Statistics Detailed – More Than 50% Chips Can Hit 4.1 GHz Across All Cores, 1 out of 5 Can Hit 4.15 GHz & Beyond - Page 2 - Overclock.net - An Overclocking Community
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[WCCFTECH] AMD Ryzen 9 3950X 16 Core CPU Binning Statistics Detailed – More Than 50% Chips Can Hit 4.1 GHz Across All Cores, 1 out of 5 Can Hit 4.15 GHz & Beyond

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post #11 of 30 (permalink) Old 12-10-2019, 09:16 PM
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I also find it pretty interesting. My previous Ryzen 9 3900X was able to do the same as what @os2wiz but with time things become even better. I ended up selling my first Ryzen 9 3900X (had a -30c cold bug when under Dry Ice) in the hope of purchasing a 3950X but in South Africa the wait is loooong and pricing another headache. So I got another Ryzen 9 3900X and I was impressed. You see with the vcore my previous chip did 4.3gzh I can run the new chip 4.417ghz which is 1.325vcore. For everyday use I can run the cpu 4.317ghz at 1.2375vcore and it is rock stable. Interesting when looking on the chip to decifer the BF code it seems the new cpu was made week 36 of 2019.

So one of the guys here in SA got a 3950X from Newegg and when looking at the BF code on the chip it was also made the same week as mine.

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my fclk is 1866 max and I can't push 3733C14


guess time to commit neck rope now

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Oh my. At least try to up the voltage before that.

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Oh my. At least try to up the voltage before that.

vsoc is already at 1.1v, the ram is running 2133 to take instability out of the equation


there's no way this chip can do 1900 fclk




even at 1866fclk/3733mem I can't do C14 with GDM off, must do C16 with GDM on




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I also find it pretty interesting. My previous Ryzen 9 3900X was able to do the same as what @os2wiz but with time things become even better. I ended up selling my first Ryzen 9 3900X (had a -30c cold bug when under Dry Ice) in the hope of purchasing a 3950X but in South Africa the wait is loooong and pricing another headache. So I got another Ryzen 9 3900X and I was impressed. You see with the vcore my previous chip did 4.3gzh I can run the new chip 4.417ghz which is 1.325vcore. For everyday use I can run the cpu 4.317ghz at 1.2375vcore and it is rock stable. Interesting when looking on the chip to decifer the BF code it seems the new cpu was made week 36 of 2019.

So one of the guys here in SA got a 3950X from Newegg and when looking at the BF code on the chip it was also made the same week as mine.
How can you mess with your computer when there is so much to do in SA. lol

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How can you mess with your computer when there is so much to do in SA. lol
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all cores oc is not the way to go with a multichiplet cpu like ryzens , you are gimping the overall performance of the cpu

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lol, crappy clocks, as usual. 25% extra clockspeed out of Intel chips smashes the performance gap in IPC. And don't forget not to install any of that RGB stuff that messes with SPD

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Caffinator is a well known intel shrill...
I guess you'd have to be to post userbench unironically.
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my 3900x does 6 cores at 4.4ghz and 6 other cores at 4.25ghz with 1.35V
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