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01-24-2020 09:22 AM
MrTOOSHORT its over 9000 is quite the accomplishment, good job!
01-22-2020 08:52 AM
ThrashZone Hi,
4.9 9004 & 510

01-20-2020 08:40 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by iunlock View Post
Very welcome. I agree 100% and as an owner of multiple amd cpu's with multiple builds of flight time, you're very wise for holding off. Smart.
I don't really need the multi-core. What I do need though is PCIE Bandwidth for storage (raw video editing multiple streams @ 4K). I would most likely get what ever the cheapest CPU is to get entry in to the threadripper platform when I do upgrade. I want to be able to run 4 x PCIE-4.0 NVME drives on a card raided together. Getting 24 cores with it more of a side-effect / bonus rather than the main objective for me. But if I'm going to invest in an expensive system like that I want to get one that doesn't have latency issues at the same time.
01-20-2020 08:11 PM
iunlock
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
Thanks for sharing your input with us on your experience. The latencies and stuff like that is precisely why I'm waiting and hoping the 4000 series offers improvements in these areas. I'm sitting on my ryzen 5 2600 for now and while I want threadripper a lot, even the 3000 series doesn't seem "quite right" to justify spending the money just yet. Hopefully the 4000 series will be better.
Very welcome. I agree 100% and as an owner of multiple amd cpu's with multiple builds of flight time, you're very wise for holding off. Smart.
01-20-2020 08:02 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by iunlock View Post
The latency is also getting on my nerves with AMD ... It's very noticeable, at least for me. This CPU is a turbo diesel truck good for hauling a horse trailer, which it does very well, but other than that, it is definitely not a first pick for when it comes to gaming and other tasks... most popular apps won't even benefit from all 32 cores anyway, thus making the 3960x a better buy for most people that may think they need 32 cores when they really don't due to the reality of scalability.

AMD needs to work on their latency issues and up their frequency IMO... that'd be great.
Thanks for sharing your input with us on your experience. The latencies and stuff like that is precisely why I'm waiting and hoping the 4000 series offers improvements in these areas. I'm sitting on my ryzen 5 2600 for now and while I want threadripper a lot, even the 3000 series doesn't seem "quite right" to justify spending the money just yet. Hopefully the 4000 series will be better.
01-20-2020 06:10 PM
iunlock
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
Nice! Great score! Have you looked in to CCD/CCX overclocking next?
Quote: Originally Posted by J7SC View Post
nice & getting close to 20,000
Thanks guys. @kithylin , I've messed with it a bit, but my goal was to get the highest all core max first. The limit on the 3970x with my set up is 46x all core... with CCD/CCX I'm pretty sure I can gain a tick or more, but how that'll translate into benching is still yet to be determined. From what I've noticed, the 3970x is a lot more pickier than let's say the 3900x in that you breathe wrong and it'll throw a fit at the higher OC's...

The latency is also getting on my nerves with AMD ... It's very noticeable, at least for me. This CPU is a turbo diesel truck good for hauling a horse trailer, which it does very well, but other than that, it is definitely not a first pick for when it comes to gaming and other tasks... most popular apps won't even benefit from all 32 cores anyway, thus making the 3960x a better buy for most people that may think they need 32 cores when they really don't due to the reality of scalability.

AMD needs to work on their latency issues and up their frequency IMO... that'd be great.
01-20-2020 01:09 PM
J7SC
Quote: Originally Posted by iunlock View Post
For benching it's fine, granted the cooling is there as well. I'd definitely not run AMD chips near 1.4v range at all for daily...(...)

19880

nice & getting close to 20,000
01-20-2020 12:38 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by iunlock View Post
New PR with the 3970x @ 4.5GHz

(Fastest score in non LN2 class.)

19880
Nice! Great score! Have you looked in to CCD/CCX overclocking next?
01-20-2020 06:48 AM
tictoc
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
Wow 1.49v is pretty high for AMD chips, or so I thought. Unless something has changed with the 3000 series? I was told anything over 1.375v will degrade AMD Ryzen processors. Unless you're not intending to run at those volts long-term.
That was only for a quick bench, and I could probably bump it down a few mV @ 4450MHz. No tuning at all on that OC just set volts, xmp to 3200MHz, and boot into Windows.
24/7 voltage is at 1.22v.
01-20-2020 12:37 AM
iunlock
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
Now get Ryzen Master and try to push one of the CCD's of your chip to 4.5 - 4.6 Ghz.
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
Wow 1.49v is pretty high for AMD chips, or so I thought. Unless something has changed with the 3000 series? I was told anything over 1.375v will degrade AMD Ryzen processors. Unless you're not intending to run at those volts long-term.
For benching it's fine, granted the cooling is there as well. I'd definitely not run AMD chips near 1.4v range at all for daily...

I posted many pages back that got buried, but I've managed to get my 3970x to 4.5GHz and 4.6GHz on all cores. (4.6GHz validation and it's somewhat bench stable for some 3DMark tests...) https://valid.x86.fr/kxzfzs

New PR with the 3970x @ 4.5GHz

(Fastest score in non LN2 class.)

19880
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