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10-16-2019 01:20 AM
mightyrepooc
Quote: Originally Posted by mightyrepooc View Post
Uodate from my site: Installed new ram, still dame behaviour. I assume the mother board is bricked. I will meet a friend of mine tomorrow and try to run my 2700x on his crosshair vi. And we will try his 3600x on my crosshair vii. Will report which device causes the error (cpu or motherboard)...
Old topic, but i would like to update so if any one finds this got some help:

Summary: Ryzen 2700x does not boot to post and gives error 55 (no memory installed). Slightly overclocked with BLCK to 103.4 and little soc voltage + offset. RAM was set to 3200 Mhz running without errors.

So what i have been trough: I tested my 2700x on an Crosshair VI from a friend and it gives the same error. Tested his 3600x on my board, running fine. So the CPU is defect. Creating an RMA ticket at AMD support, they accepted it and i needed to send my 2700x to the netherlands. I bought a 3600x in that time because i wasn't sure if it wasn't my fault with to much soc voltage to burn the CPU. But AMD send me a brand new 2700x. I will keep the 3600x tough because RAM is running at 3800 Mhz without problems and performance increased heavily with it.

So thanks again for any advise!
10-15-2019 10:01 AM
nick name
Quote: Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post
And thats something ive always suspected with these older style AIO cold plates :3
Hopefully Asetek is working on something new for their next generation. I'd personally love something made for Threadripper with an AM4 mount.
10-14-2019 12:42 PM
Reikoji
Quote: Originally Posted by lordzed83 View Post
I'm on World of Warcraft classic addiction sicne came out myself so dont check forums. TBH since I'w set up my mems ocs everything I'w not had any bsods reboots or problems at all So left it as it is not like i can get any more out of the 1.0.03 ABB anyway gotta way till next month for 1.0.0.4


This is interesting . Test of block orientation ect on 3000series cpus. As we know rotated works best
https://www.igorslab.media/en/ryzen-...ing-results/2/
And thats something ive always suspected with these older style AIO cold plates :3
10-14-2019 09:24 AM
Hale59
Quote: Originally Posted by lordzed83 View Post

This is interesting . Test of block orientation ect on 3000series cpus. As we know rotated works best
https://www.igorslab.media/en/ryzen-...ing-results/2/
https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...l#post28153410
10-14-2019 09:08 AM
lordzed83
Quote: Originally Posted by oreonutz View Post
Holy Crap! I have been gone for almost exactly a Month, and have missed out on 300 Pages of Posts! Someone Fill me In! LOL! What have I missed?

What is the new best UEFI to use right now. I am still using the Mod By @mtrai as I loved the performance, but after being on it for 6 weeks and finally having some time, I am ready to experiment with something new. Any one have an opinion on some of the newest UEFI's to come out? About to go looking myself, but figured I would ask before I look.

I'm on World of Warcraft classic addiction sicne came out myself so dont check forums. TBH since I'w set up my mems ocs everything I'w not had any bsods reboots or problems at all So left it as it is not like i can get any more out of the 1.0.03 ABB anyway gotta way till next month for 1.0.0.4


This is interesting . Test of block orientation ect on 3000series cpus. As we know rotated works best
https://www.igorslab.media/en/ryzen-...ing-results/2/
10-14-2019 05:26 AM
neikosr0x
Quote: Originally Posted by Hale59 View Post
over 5.575ghz?
that clearly a typo lol 4.575 xD
10-14-2019 03:02 AM
Hale59
Quote: Originally Posted by neikosr0x View Post
if yours is haunted what can i say about mine hahahaha. Mine runs just fine at 1900fclck sync and all at 3800mhz ram freq. But my cpu wont go over 5.575ghz if i change ram frequency hahahaha. before it couldnt reach anything higher than 4.55
over 5.575ghz?
10-14-2019 02:31 AM
neikosr0x
Quote: Originally Posted by Axaion View Post
Sure, if i wasnt able to run 3733 without problems (except derpy latency), or 1900 fclck without any side effect, bar the obvious memory latency hit due to desync (no negative impact in latencymon), even at looser timings too.

Also, it has no negative impact on memory latency, its SYSTEM latency its messing up

But yeah, my pc is haunted. lol
if yours is haunted what can i say about mine hahahaha. Mine runs just fine at 1900fclck sync and all at 3800mhz ram freq. But my cpu wont go over 5.575ghz if i change ram frequency hahahaha. before it couldnt reach anything higher than 4.55
10-13-2019 05:57 AM
Axaion
Quote: Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post
When memory signal transmission is corrupted the CPU will re-transmit the data sometimes increasing the latency.
Sure, if i wasnt able to run 3733 without problems (except derpy latency), or 1900 fclck without any side effect, bar the obvious memory latency hit due to desync (no negative impact in latencymon), even at looser timings too.

Also, it has no negative impact on memory latency, its SYSTEM latency its messing up

But yeah, my pc is haunted. lol
10-13-2019 04:29 AM
wingman99
Quote: Originally Posted by Axaion View Post
None of them, thats the funny part, it just goes up without reason
When memory signal transmission is corrupted the CPU will re-transmit the data sometimes increasing the latency.
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