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Nope, this kit is not a good match for my Master.
Maybe it's because it's a rel 1.0.
Nothing above 3933 MHz works.
I could go up to 4200 MHz with the Hynix DJR kit.

Probably going to consider a new board for the 5950x...
But I really wouldn't like to buy another x570 with a he broken SATA controller.
Which Bios version are you running?
 

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Couldn't resist in doing some more minor tweaking :p

Didn't get better latency but a bit better bandwidth.
Also testing with low ProcODT and CAD Bus settings which were the stability issue with the CL19 kit.
Didn't test properly for stability but I'm going to see now with real world usage...

@bsmith27 I'm using the latest F31e and so far it's a big A-Okay for me.
With this latest memory profile I have the most stable CPU-z bench ever; almost doesn't flinch from start to end.
Best of the best it's not even the perfect PBO profile; I'm not using the negative offset.
Have to test my OC tool so I'm going to keep it without offset for a while.
Despite that great results; bit underwhelming with all-core in CB20 and Geekbench 5.

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VDDP at 1000mV wasn't enough; I had no WHEA errors during y-cruncher but still got while playing.
So far seems I managed to fix it or reduce it consistently upping VDDG IOD from 1050mV to 1100mV.
What is your current Cinebench 20 score?
 

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That's what I'm using right now.

But I want to check if I can go back to VDDP 1000mV and VSOC 1.600V or less.

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Settings that matters for me about IF are Global C States and DF C-states off to get rid of WHEA errors in idle.



Did more or less the same but without a positive outcome :)
But there are too many variables I preferred to look for a working 3800 config cause I have to code the OC tool...
Later I'll play again to see if I can get it working at 4000.
Or directly wait for the 5950x if it doesn't take ages...
Where is the adjustment for the VSOC (SVI2) and the VSOC (SMU) in the Master's Bios?

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If the chipset drivers are missing the windows scheduler could have problems allocating the workload to the best scores.
It could explain the lower than expected single core performances.
You should set CB20 to High priority instead of realtime to test.
Check also the Ryzen High Performance power plan is selected if it was able to install it

You can try to the AMD Cleanup utility:
Do you use 1usmus power plan in the control panel or the Ryzen High Performance power plan?
 

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Seems like the level cache3 on the Ryzen 7 3700x is almost double compared to the Ryzen 7 5800x according to the aida64 cache and memory benchmark. This is my current benchmark:



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My Specs:

PC Case 鈥 Lian Li PC-08

Motherboard 鈥 Gigabyte Aorus X570 Master

CPU 鈥 AMD Ryzen 3700x

GPU (Graphics Card) 鈥 Asus Rog Strix GeForce GTX 1080 A8G

PSU 鈥 EVGA Supernova 1600 G2 80 Gold 1600w

CPU water Cooler 鈥 Corsair Hydro series H100i RGB Platinum 240mm Radiator

Hard Drives:
飩 Samsung SSD 860 EVO 500GB (Main hardrive mostly for operating system)
飩 Sabrent 512GB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 (mainly used for running software)
飩 Toshiba P300 3TB 7200 RPM SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 inch (mainly used for storage)
飩 Western Digital Blue WD40EZRZ 4TB 5400 RPM SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache (mainly used for storage)
飩 Western Digital Blue WD10EZEX 1TB 7200 RPM SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache (mainly used for storage)

Memory - G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series F4-3200C14D-16GVK 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600)

Lighting and Fan controller - Corsair Commander Pro Digital RGB controlled with Corsair iCUE software

Fan Hub - SilverStone PWM Fan Hub

Mouse 鈥 Logitech G502 Hero

Keyboard - VicTsing Gaming Keyboard


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So what are your specs and benchmarks currently?
 

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Looks like your tRFC is pretty high - should try to get it under 300. Also GDM (Gear down mode) works better set to Disabled and you could also go lower on your ProcODT. Have you tried to overclock your memory to 1866mHZ - I have tried but cant seem to get mem tests without errors so I'm at 1800mHZ like you are.
 
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GDM disable still gives me errors so I have to leave that enabled but not sure if I should try lowering other timings I just basically used what dram calculator showed and so far so good.

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Try raising your DRAM voltage to 1.480
 

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I gave up on the silicon lottery so I have to hope in good luck... ouch.
Bios upgrade F30 to F31K

Recently flashed my Bios on X570 Master from F30 to F31K. Is there any need to flash to F31J and then to F31K? for some reason Gigabyte released both on the same date and I missed the F31J.
 

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My Cinebench20 score on my Ryzen 7 3700x Aorus Master is 5200 on multi core at best.. but the single core score is 530 at best. That's not far behind on the single core score from the Ryzen 9 5950x which is around 600 something. Single core is most important in gaming - so why dish out all that extra money for a mere 100 points??? Especially when the Ryzen 7 3700x has a TDP of 65W compared to the Ryzen 9 5950x TDP of 105W.
 

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What kind of logic is this?
Comparing your 'best' R20 score of 530 to conservative 647 of 5950X, it's 18% (generation-over-generation) single core performance improvement. This is from the same 7nm fabrication. Also, why are you comparing TDP of 8-core CPU with 16-core CPU in the same context? Lol.
I'm just saying for the money why pound your CPU with more (TDP) and wallet ($$) for an extra 100 points in gaming????? doesn't make sense
 

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If cost and TDP are the concern, then 5600X would be the choice... same stock TDP, 2 less cores, 600+ single threaded score, roughly close to 3700X in multi-threaded score.
Yes good to know - 馃憤
 

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I got 627 and 4712 in R20 while playing with PBO and curve optimizer. Single core boosts to 4850 and multi-core varies from 4675 to 4725 in my 5600x. I'm not able to steady the multi-core clocks for now. Anybody can help with curve optimizer guide. How to achieve higher boost clocks? Temps are not a problem using a custom loop.

Remember to set Cinebench20 to High Priority in task manager each time you start Cinebench20. Right click on Cinebench.exe in the Details tab then click on set priority and then click on High. Gives me an extra 400 points on multi core.


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Finally done with Curve Optimizer ; sitting on -30 on every core apart the 2 preferred cores who stay on -15 and -20.

PBO completely untouched, idle temperature 36 degrees, full load tops 68 degrees, CPUZ 691 ST, 9976 MT. Every core is boosting sustained to 5ghz (sustained as in several seconds, some cores even 10-15).

I declare myself satisfied.

Duuude - GTX 650???? Whaaaa.... Seriously??? :unsure:
 

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Can anyone point me in the right direction on how to lower my idle CPU temp - here are a few screen shots:

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F33a finally locked up stabile FCLK 2100
Actually with VSOC 1150mv also FCLK2100 ram latency and cinebench were litlebit lower, but after small voltage bump to 1200mv and rising VDDG 1050->1075mv all seems stable now.
I can boot to windows with 2133, but system perfomance was slower, probably more VSOC will solve that, but didn't want to high with voltages.

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WHEA-s are still there with FCLK 2000 whatever voltage is in, there will be 101 errors after every 2 minutes. It's always there when FCLK is more than 1900 and was same with older BIOSes. Luckily haven't found no other failures than rare USB2 errors sometimes.
21 minutes WHEA graph looks like this.
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Nice - any way you can post some screen shots of what you have set in your bios?
 

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