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01-26-2018 01:31 AM
gupsterg I believe it would be these settings initially. If memory serve me correct I needed 1.4V as VDIMM/VBOOT to gain stability in various loads. The txt does not dump AMD CBS settings. I would have set CAD Bus there as 30 30 30 30. As I used 1DPC SS/SR I used BGS: Off and BGSA: On.

HTH .
01-25-2018 01:55 AM
RossiOCUK
Quote: Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
Little update on using 1800X at stock, tweaking RAM and stability testing. HCI Memtest/GSAT etc has been ran first, no issues, shows RAM is AOK. As we all know the issue we face really is when CPU loaded and RAM is tweaked. RealBench makes the cores stick to 3.7GHz, so not useful, custom x264 also does the same. Y-Cruncher I have found handy but the old faithful Prime95 is sweetest .

As 3333MHz Fast using VDDP: 0.900V SOC: 1.1V VDIMM: 1.39V ProcODT: 60 CAD BUS: 30 30 30 30 had been fine for various tests I decided to test 3466MHz The Stilt same setup, it lasted ~4hrs in P95 29.2.

*snip*

So clearly 3466MHz The Stilt profile is failing when CPU boosts to max XFR IMO, as in the past on same HW at fixed CPU frequency of 3.9GHz it's a non issue. So back down to 3333MHz Fast.

*snip*

Custom P95, 1 thread, 8 to 4096, RAM usage 13312MB. In resource monitor, mainly the 4 cores / 8 threads remain parked, as I use 50% core parking in W10C. We can see a core at 4024MHz and another 3924MHz.

I will test with 75% parked as well and try 2 threads, as 2 threads with 50% CP means more cores have the thread bounced around I don't see upto 4.1GHz XFR. Averages are wrong for CPU MHz as IMO monitoring can not poll CPU as fast as it is changing frequency.
Dude, can you please provide me with your BIOS settings .txt
TIA
01-17-2018 03:55 PM
gupsterg Thanks guys glad you found info useful smile.gif .

I was looking for a water block to replace the EK one I got for ThreadRipper. Bykski have updated their A-Ryzen-Th-X biggrin.gif .



Then it seems we also have CPU-XPR-AM.





HardOCP testing placed the Bykski close to XSPC Raystorm Neo for TR, link. This later roundup features the XSPC offering, but not Byski. TR being used is differing and lower voltage then previous linked article. I would think if the Byski had been included in later testing it would have done well. Considering how cheaply these can be had on Aliexpress, the performance and various socket support on updated blocks, it seems like the block to get.
12-17-2017 09:09 AM
Aenra

One hopes the trend will continue for Pinnacle Ridge :)

12-17-2017 08:55 AM
Shatun-Bear Great thread. Just got my Ryzen system up and running couple weeks ago and the OP is full of information. Thanks for collating all that for us thumb.gif
09-19-2017 01:37 PM
gupsterg NP smile.gif, glad it's helpful. A lot has been collated from good sources, some ramblings of mine here and there smile.gif.
09-19-2017 11:47 AM
Aenra

Thank you so much for all this, had missed this thread :)

 

Much obliged @gupsterg

08-12-2017 02:40 AM
gupsterg Little update on using 1800X at stock, tweaking RAM and stability testing. HCI Memtest/GSAT etc has been ran first, no issues, shows RAM is AOK. As we all know the issue we face really is when CPU loaded and RAM is tweaked. RealBench makes the cores stick to 3.7GHz, so not useful, custom x264 also does the same. Y-Cruncher I have found handy but the old faithful Prime95 is sweetest biggrin.gif .

As 3333MHz Fast using VDDP: 0.900V SOC: 1.1V VDIMM: 1.39V ProcODT: 60 CAD BUS: 30 30 30 30 had been fine for various tests I decided to test 3466MHz The Stilt same setup, it lasted ~4hrs in P95 29.2.



So clearly 3466MHz The Stilt profile is failing when CPU boosts to max XFR IMO, as in the past on same HW at fixed CPU frequency of 3.9GHz it's a non issue. So back down to 3333MHz Fast.



Custom P95, 1 thread, 8 to 4096, RAM usage 13312MB. In resource monitor, mainly the 4 cores / 8 threads remain parked, as I use 50% core parking in W10C. We can see a core at 4024MHz and another 3924MHz.

I will test with 75% parked as well and try 2 threads, as 2 threads with 50% CP means more cores have the thread bounced around I don't see upto 4.1GHz XFR. Averages are wrong for CPU MHz as IMO monitoring can not poll CPU as fast as it is changing frequency.
08-11-2017 03:12 PM
st0neh
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Originally Posted by Martin778 View Post

So looking at the previous posts my 1800X is actually better than average as it does 3925MHz <1.4V and all those 4.0GHz samples are myths.

I think it's more a case of most people having a very loose definition of "stable".
08-10-2017 09:23 PM
MynRich
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Originally Posted by Martin778 View Post

I'm perfectly serious, if it won't do 2-4h+ P95 then it's not stable but benchable, point.

To clarify, which version of P95? I haven't tried the later versions known to be a "power virus", but I can definitely conduct that if I know which p95 version you're referring to? I tested with 29.1...
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