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One of my old test bench OSes was like that too, if I used it as the boot drive it performed worse than expected but if I had it as a storage drive on another bench it was full speed it was really strange. Good to see your board is not faulty though.
 

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Hi all, just saying hello to introduce myself to the thread. Coming from a 4 years old taichi x370 which is not doing good fclk with the 5000 series cpu due to agesa/bios limitations.
I am going to pair the unify-x with a 5900x and 2x8gb predator 4000 cl19, which I used to run with a 3900x/taichi at 3733 cl15 gdm off cr1 at 1.45v. I hope I can achieve similiar speed and cl.
Any issues I should be aware of?
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Hi all, just saying hello to introduce myself to the thread. Coming from a 4 years old taichi x370 which is not doing good fclk with the 5000 series cpu due to agesa/bios limitations.
I am going to pair the unify-x with a 5900x and 2x8gb predator 4000 cl19, which I used to run with a 3900x/taichi at 3733 cl15 gdm off cr1 at 1.45v. I hope I can achieve similiar speed and cl.
Any issues I should be aware of?
Thanks
Maybe better Dziarson`s MaxxMem Read Bandwidth (alpha) score: 53526 MByte/sec. with a DDR4 SDRAM. 3600cl17 ;D
 

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So, all installed and running fine, really pleased by the switch from taichi x370 the unify.
I haven't tried yet anything above fclk 1900 because of the time, but 1900 seems fine, and no whea errors.
Vsoc does not seem to stick with what I set, there's always a discrepancy. 1.1v leads to 1.0825v and 1.080 reads 1.0615 in hwinfo64. Also I did not notice much improvement with sam enabled, not in timespy. All within margin of error.
Is it worth it to play with pbo boost etc? I have zero experience with it as it never really worked in the taichi x370 and 3900x or previous gen. Or I just leave all auto as it is and call a day? The rig is mainly for gaming.
ATM with cpu all stock I am seeing boosts of 4950 to 4900 in 6 cores and 4825 to 4770 in the other 6 cores. Effective clock boosting goes from 4890 to 4810 in the best 6 and 4610 to 4653 in the worse 6 cores.
Here's my settings for now, still need to tight timings. latency of 58ns, 1.46V. Vddp 0900 and vddg 0950. Soc "1080"mv. Also seems I can't set tRFC 2/4?
 

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Having integrated memory controller would be nice but chiplet design is too good for production scaling I think so I doubt we will see it unless they switch to quad channel or something.
 

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Has anyone managed fclk higher than 1900 without whea errors? If yes, what voltages? TIA.

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Has anyone managed fclk higher than 1900 without whea errors? If yes, what voltages? TIA.

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I can't even do 1900 without enabling LN2 mode on my 5950x to rid whea's, but this breaks cppc preferred cores on Windows 11 so I'm stuck at 1866/3733.
 

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@MyUsername Thanks for the input. Currently I am doing 1900 free of wheas. What can you say about CPPC? I am used to thinker with these settings when using the 3900+x370 and now with the 5900X+unify-x I have no idea if is worth the time. What do you recommend. Also, cpu is full stock pbo off no curve (still need to understand that as it is a new feature to me). Ram 3800 CL15, 1.47V (is reported 1.48V, funny) vddp 0900 vddg 0950 iod 0975 and soc 1090. Any input is appreciated.
 

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@MyUsername Thanks for the input. Currently I am doing 1900 free of wheas. What can you say about CPPC? I am used to thinker with these settings when using the 3900+x370 and now with the 5900X+unify-x I have no idea if is worth the time. What do you recommend. Also, cpu is full stock pbo off no curve (still need to understand that as it is a new feature to me). Ram 3800 CL15, 1.47V (is reported 1.48V, funny) vddp 0900 vddg 0950 iod 0975 and soc 1090. Any input is appreciated.
Run y-cruncher for a few cycles to be sure you're whea free, in y-cruncher select 1, 7 then 0 and let it run for an hour. If it passes whea free and no errors etc you're golden.

Optimizing the PBO and the CO can yield a nice all core boost and also give you better single core performance, you may lose a weekend optimizing this. A quick way I found for the CO is to boost your best core on ccd 0 as high as it'll go until it crashes then back it off 1. To do this, stress with cpu-z stress cpu with using set affinity in task manager to select the best core(hwinfo or CTR will tell you the cppc preferred cores) and check the clock with hwinfo core effective clocks. The other cores on the same ccd may get to the same speed or very close if you're lucky, just adjust the CO (-) to increase the clock then repeat on ccd 1. Check the core stability with corecycler to fine tune the CO, this is time consuming.
For example my 5950x after optimizing can do 5GHz on ccd0 and 4.8GHz on ccd1 on each core individually and an all core is about 4.5GHz. The worst core on ccd0 was about 4.7GHz and I got it up to about 5GHz, so not bad. I've seen better and I've seen worse out there so I'm happy with it, it's a lot better than stock. Don't waste too much time on this if you plan to use your PC for gaming, you won't get the same performance boost in games as you do in benchmarks, but I think it helps with minimum fps.

Vdimm does report 0.01 higher with zentimings, but hwinfo reports the same as bios, so I dunno. I trust the value I put in the bios. Your voltages look okay.

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Bit of fun myself... Was bored and decided to play with RAM.

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Performance starts dropping here, too many wheas I guess

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And then, the highest I ever booted SYNCED...

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Any idea when the Unify-X MAX will hit the shelfs?
Dunno, but can't wait. Look at the VRMs. 16x2 90a direct phase, no doublers I think. It already has an overclocking record for the fastest single core.

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