2019PGTIs it the newer batch? I only see 2019 in a few places.
I didn't touch the VDDG CCD voltage yet, will give it a go today and prime again, thanks!Almost identical characteristics to my CPU.
Going from 1.337v to 1.325v (Prime95 load SBV12 TFN) results in a temp drop of about 2-3C.
On another note, have you tried playing around with VDDG CCD voltage? As this is the voltage that feeds the infinity fabric between the CCXs (if ive understood this correctly looking at the die diagrams).
Im playing around with this in troubleshooting the CCXs that are failing prime95 after extended load (always core/thread - 11/12).
Unlucky,It's amazing that it almost catches up to a stock 3700X.
EDIT: 4400 1.28V = Not bad. It's a mediocre new chip.
still unsure as to what is mediocre as expectations are high based on some peeps results whose 'stable' may not actually be stable for the things people like myself test.
Your chip seems to be acting like the one @legcramp has and my own.
Can you do prime95 with 1.325v / 1.337v prime load voltage, just a short run, say one hour ?
Amazing but I wonder how this will affect your SSDs.Holy moly batman
For *hits and giggles I am playing with the following
PBO to maximum which is "Enhanced Level 4"
BCLK to 106.25, yup that's correct, this 3600 is OK with it so far
My nvidia GRX card does not like it but plays nice if I set PCIe to Gen2
Look at screen shot, obviously nothing is tweaked just playing around
** EDIT **
up to 106.725 BCLK
No audio crackling so far,
Im going to leave this running RealBench for a few hours,
Tightened the timings, see 2nd screen shot
Im currently testing it on a SATA SSD (Samsung 840 Pro), so have not tried to boot off the OS that is on the nvme drive.Amazing but I wonder how this will affect your SSDs.
Its using PBO, so the vcore drops to 1.35v when loaded with something like realbench.@mongoled When all your cores are loaded, what is your vcore? Seeing 1.45v is making me nervous since everyone says "1.325 max for Ryzen 2!"
P.S. You might wanna bumb up CPU SOC voltage from 1.1v to 1.15v. I have to test more but that helped me with getting system stable at 108 bclk.
Its using PBO, so the vcore drops to 1.35v when loaded with something like realbench.
Are you using a nvme drive? Any signs of corruption ?
Well nvme drive booted fine @ 106.725 MHzThat is more in line what I expected. I'm using an sata SSD that I know is capable of handling 110 bclk OC on an ivy bridge setup. Everything is running fine so far. I don't want to kill my only 1TB NVME testing on a cheap board.
You seem unsure, I would have thought that high frequency would cause stability rather than kill the components ….I think my nvme 16Gb optane drive was killed from 102.8mhz bclk.
That sound good, will be testing soonIt was my understanding that the BCLK only affected the SATA side, not the M.2 NVMe. Maybe I'm wrong...And when I did have both SATA and m.2 NVMe, it actually did make my sata bench better when I raised BCLK, but not the M.2.