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06-05-2020 10:20 AM
smokin_mitch
Quote: Originally Posted by xeizo View Post
2080 Ti is a beast!

Yes, 4950X and RTX3000 is on the horizon, will be a interesting fall. Let's hope Asus makes it possible to still use the C7H, but I have no high hopes.
yeah looking forward to getting my hands on a 4950x + 3080ti hopefully before the end of 2020
06-05-2020 10:16 AM
smokin_mitch
Quote: Originally Posted by Yoizhik View Post
What ram do you have?
G.skill trident z royal 4400 https://www.gskill.com/product/165/2...40V16GB-(2x8GB)

Its ok B-die I guess but mine hits a wall at 17 on Tcrd @ 3800mhz cant go any lower without errors
06-05-2020 10:00 AM
nick name
Quote: Originally Posted by xeizo View Post
Seems normal, my 3900X does 4400 on the good CCD and 4250 on the bad using fixed CCD freq. However I don't use CCD clocking daily as I think it's annoying to have to start Ryzen Master, apply, and reboot each time. So PBO it is. If only Asus had CCD clocking in bios like many other motherboards.

1.35V have never been reasonable AFAIK, it gets too hot under full load.
My 3900X does the same 4400 and 4250 at 1.2625V with LLC 4 which droops down to 1.244V under CB20 runs and can run Folding even at higher ambient room temps.
06-05-2020 09:40 AM
xeizo Seems normal, my 3900X does 4400 on the good CCD and 4250 on the bad using fixed CCD freq. However I don't use CCD clocking daily as I think it's annoying to have to start Ryzen Master, apply, and reboot each time. So PBO it is. If only Asus had CCD clocking in bios like many other motherboards.

1.35V have never been reasonable AFAIK, it gets too hot under full load.
06-05-2020 09:14 AM
speedgoat hello, has anybody tried any fixed OC lately ? I have a very early 3800X chip and i never saw the point of not leaving it on auto because i felt it needed too much voltage not to lose considerable single core boost but i just tried it out of curiosity about a week ago and its stable at [email protected]
Havent run Prime95 because im not comfortable with temps over 80+ degrees but it hasn't crashed at all on heavy daily usage for this week, idle temps are in the low 30s with an AIO and CB20 runs at at mid 70s.
Im surprised because i thought it would take way more V than 1.28 for a stable 4.400 MHz , it sounds silly but i was under the impression i needed roughly 1,35ish for that frequency last year so im wondering if something has somehow improved ?
06-05-2020 08:19 AM
WinterActual The X570-E got a new bios (today I think oO) so our turn may come soon.
06-05-2020 07:07 AM
xeizo Feels very much like next board will be a MSI board, but first we will have to see what happens when Zen 3 launches. No point buying a board in advance if there will be showstoppers.

If Asus surprises with a Beta-bios, but that won't likely happen, they look totally under the ice right now. Scandals with graphics cards and laptops too, cheaper models handicapped by faulty cooling to make the higher models look better. Imagine they where once the leaders.
06-05-2020 06:02 AM
Yoizhik
Quote: Originally Posted by smokin_mitch View Post
After seeing the timespy leaks of the rumored 3800XT I thought I'd see what my launch day 3800x can do https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/47472367? looks like I don't need to upgrade until zen3 and I think I'll be looking at getting the 16 core 4950x

I wonder how long it's gonna take Asus to put out a bios that supports zen3 on our C7H boards? I may have to buy an x570 or x670 board if I want a 4950x on launch
What ram do you have?
06-05-2020 05:12 AM
Shadowized yeah, a lot of the newer PSU's dont really need two cables for <250W, they are rated much better than say something from 10+ years ago.
06-05-2020 03:21 AM
xeizo I don't see the point, 2070 Super only draws max 215W, I used one cable with 1080Ti and it was drawing 270W. Used it for three years, no problems in benchmarks or games. Only thing with dual cables is it hinders airflow which is also very important.

I use a Corsair RM850x which has strong rails, it's made for coping with SLI which automatically means only one cable/gpu.
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