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monza1412 08-21-2019 07:49 AM

der8auer Ryzen Boost clock survey
 

mine is a 3700x boosting to 4375 mhz :/

AlphaC 08-21-2019 09:47 AM

https://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/feat...sting-properly

X570 Aorus Xtreme hits 4575.5MHz on AGESA 1.0.0.3 ABB (latest F3i BIOS) ; 4600.6MHz with Auto OC
ASRock X570 Taichi hits 4600.1MHz on BIOS 1.70A ; 4599.9MHz with Auto OC
MSI MEG X570 Godlike hit 4625.1MHz on BIOS 7C34v11 (older AGESA); 4525.3MHz with Auto OC
ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Formula hit 4566.9MHz on BIOS 0702 (AGESA 1.0.0.3AB), 4566.5MHz with Auto OC

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I should point out that both the ASRock and Gigabyte BIOSes already feature the latest AGESA 1.0.0.3 ABB microcode updates, which contains fixes for Destiny 2. After I completed my testing however, ASUS released a BIOS update, version 0803, that also contains the updates. At the time of writing however, MSI has yet to roll out a newer version with the fixes.

Solohuman 08-21-2019 08:45 PM

Is this for all cores or only some?
Browsing around the net, seems 3000 series has problems with all cores boosting to claimed clock speeds.

VPII 08-21-2019 09:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Solohuman (Post 28097998)
Is this for all cores or only some?

Browsing around the net, seems 3000 series has problems with all cores boosting to claimed clock speeds.

Nope the stated boost clocks for all the AMD Ryzen cpu's is for single thread clocks. All core boost lies somewhere between the base and stated boost.

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upgraditus 08-22-2019 10:49 AM

Steve from HUB tested 1 3800X in over a dozen mobo's with differing AGESA versions and found it's highest achievable boost varied from 4370 to 4550 using system optimized default settings. Hopefully this will be fixed soon as it's hurting what's otherwise a really solid product. AMDs own forum is full of people unhappy about this and/or thermals.


crastakippers 08-22-2019 01:40 PM

This is really making me hold off from upgrading my 1700 to 3700x.

Its not that I would not love the 3700x as it stands now but I already own an early first gen ryzen from the period prior to the linux kernel fix. So waiting this time feels sensible regardless of how much I want to support AMD.

I really look forward to seeing the results from der8auers survey and how this all turns out.

He certainly likes to change things up. I would never have contemplated beating a dead cow.

upgraditus 08-22-2019 02:00 PM

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Originally Posted by crastakippers (Post 28099006)
This is really making me hold off from upgrading my 1700 to 3700x.

Its not that I would not love the 3700x as it stands now but I already own an early first gen ryzen from the period prior to the linux kernel fix. So waiting this time feels sensible regardless of how much I want to support AMD.

I really look forward to seeing the results from der8auers survey and how this all turns out.

He certainly likes to change things up. I would never have contemplated beating a dead cow.

I wouldn't let a couple of percent in actual vs rated clock put me off, these are still great CPU's afterall and with a manual OC; even better. The issue is real but being blown out of proportion imo.

crastakippers 08-23-2019 06:27 AM

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Originally Posted by upgraditus (Post 28099028)
I wouldn't let a couple of percent in actual vs rated clock put me off, these are still great CPU's afterall and with a manual OC; even better. The issue is real but being blown out of proportion imo.

You are correct of course. And realistically I can expect to be on the low end of boost performance as I don't intend to upgrade my X370 CHVI MB.

But there is always that feeling, I know its inevitable, when you get a new chip and 6 months later every one is getting one a little better. (;-)
I guess it won't be as bad as getting an RTX2080, sending it back for RMA and getting it back just in time to see the release of RTX Supers. lol.

upgraditus 08-23-2019 06:43 AM

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Originally Posted by crastakippers (Post 28099816)
You are correct of course. And realistically I can expect to be on the low end of boost performance as I don't intend to upgrade my X370 CHVI MB.

But there is always that feeling, I know its inevitable, when you get a new chip and 6 months later every one is getting one a little better. (;-)
I guess it won't be as bad as getting an RTX2080, sending it back for RMA and getting it back just in time to see the release of RTX Supers. lol.

CHVI will be more than adequate for an 8 core.
I guess you may be right regarding the chance of better quality silicon later in production. Demand for the chiplets will also increase though with them going into other yet unreleased products so that may not pan out as it has previously.

Yuke 08-23-2019 12:20 PM

My 3800X + Aorus Master boosts to 4475Mhz under the conditions listed in the video.


Can hit 4550Mhz in CB20 tho...


All Core only 4200Mhz.


Still trying to figure out working 4.4Ghz All Core OC settings. Doesnt even post when i also have my RAM OC'ed...not sure what to do.


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