AMD Vega and Ryzen hype thread
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(2017-04-10, 08:20:09 PM)Deltalizer Wrote:
(2017-04-10, 06:46:32 PM)seatsea Wrote: So if anyone is curious, I'm currently getting 10 000PPD with my 1700X at stock settings with a H60 watercooler, it seems like it's using XFR.
For context, my R9 280X is getting 11 000PPD.

There's something definitely wrong there, my old gigabyte R9 280 Windforce was pulling 120,000 PPD, more on a good day. Your banner shows 149,000 leaving 139,000 for the 280x so I guess it's a typo? haha

You are correct, missing a zero behind both of those :P, fixed the post.
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http://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-thr...34423.html
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eee naples news (now called epyc)

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(2017-03-27, 04:13:55 AM)tiwake Wrote:
(2017-03-26, 12:02:46 PM)Talifan9 Wrote: GO FASTER YOUR BASTARD

[I am in co-charge of overclocking our 1800x at work for the benchmark competition]

Motherboard: Asus Crosshair VI
Memory: Corsair Vengeance 16gb 2666mhz CL14
CPU: 1800X @ 4.175ghz 1.570v
GPU: 1070 Strix @ 2126mhz
HDD/SSD: 960 EVO 250gb
PSU: Seasonic 650 Titanium Prime
Cooling Radiators: 1 x 240 Black Ice Nemesis, 1 x 360 EK-CoolStream XE
Cooling Fans: 2 x 120mm Delta Server fans (250cfm ea.), 3 x 120mm Gentle Typhoon
Cooling Blocks: EK Supremacy Evo, EK 1080 Strix Full Cover [1070 compatible]

Did you de-lid the processor? are you using a diamond based waterblock?

AMD uses really nice solder on their Ryzens, people delided it but only achieved a 1-3C delta. Intel on the other hand...  Unsuresweetie
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(2017-03-26, 12:02:46 PM)Talifan9 Wrote: GO FASTER YOUR BASTARD

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[I am in co-charge of overclocking our 1800x at work for the benchmark competition]

Motherboard: Asus Crosshair VI
Memory: Corsair Vengeance 16gb 2666mhz CL14
CPU: 1800X @ 4.175ghz 1.570v
GPU: 1070 Strix @ 2126mhz
HDD/SSD: 960 EVO 250gb
PSU: Seasonic 650 Titanium Prime
Cooling Radiators: 1 x 240 Black Ice Nemesis, 1 x 360 EK-CoolStream XE
Cooling Fans: 2 x 120mm Delta Server fans (250cfm ea.), 3 x 120mm Gentle Typhoon
Cooling Blocks: EK Supremacy Evo, EK 1080 Strix Full Cover [1070 compatible]

Looks interesting! What voltage got you across 4.1ghz? I was pulling 1.395-1.417 at that, did it take an extra .17v to get to 4.175ghz? That's insane. Wow voltage is extremely exponential on Ryzen, I was at 1.330-1.352v at 4ghz
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(2017-05-17, 08:11:44 PM)Phoenix Wrote:
(2017-03-26, 12:02:46 PM)Talifan9 Wrote: GO FASTER YOUR BASTARD

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[I am in co-charge of overclocking our 1800x at work for the benchmark competition]

Motherboard: Asus Crosshair VI
Memory: Corsair Vengeance 16gb 2666mhz CL14
CPU: 1800X @ 4.175ghz 1.570v
GPU: 1070 Strix @ 2126mhz
HDD/SSD: 960 EVO 250gb
PSU: Seasonic 650 Titanium Prime
Cooling Radiators: 1 x 240 Black Ice Nemesis, 1 x 360 EK-CoolStream XE
Cooling Fans: 2 x 120mm Delta Server fans (250cfm ea.), 3 x 120mm Gentle Typhoon
Cooling Blocks: EK Supremacy Evo, EK 1080 Strix Full Cover [1070 compatible]

Looks interesting! What voltage got you across 4.1ghz? I was pulling 1.395-1.417 at that, did it take an extra .17v to get to 4.175ghz? That's insane. Wow voltage is extremely exponential on Ryzen, I was at 1.330-1.352v at 4ghz

Yeah, Ryzen does not scale well with voltage.
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http://www.anandtech.com/show/11447/amd-...006-update

Quote:AMD Announces Ryzen AGESA 1.0.0.6 Update: Enables Memory Clocks Up To DDR4-4000
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(9 hours ago)tiwake Wrote: http://www.anandtech.com/show/11447/amd-...006-update

Quote:AMD Announces Ryzen AGESA 1.0.0.6 Update: Enables Memory Clocks Up To DDR4-4000

Believe it when I see it. Last update supposedly fixed the memory issues up to 3200 and we got jack shit beyond the original 2666 on a QVL set of memory at work.
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Yay Pinkiehappy .  I just bought a mini ITX am4 motherboard about two hours ago. I was worried about the ram issues I've heard people talk about.
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(6 hours ago)PoNyePiC Wrote: Yay Pinkiehappy .  I just bought a mini ITX am4 motherboard about two hours ago. I was worried about the ram issues I've heard people talk about.

You found one of the two that exist? Biostar isn't known for quality :P
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(4 hours ago)Talifan9 Wrote:
(6 hours ago)PoNyePiC Wrote: Yay Pinkiehappy .  I just bought a mini ITX am4 motherboard about two hours ago. I was worried about the ram issues I've heard people talk about.

You found one of the two that exist? Biostar isn't known for quality :P

I just need it to last until the other board makers get their booties in gear.  When I decided to do a Ryzen build, I figured I would do an ITX build.  I really like the InWin 901 ITX case.  Still gotta decide which speed of TridentZ RGB ram I want.  Lots of folks say that RAM speed really makes a difference for Ryzen, but I don't know if it matters for what I use it for.  Although I might make this my dedicated gaming build for GTA V  Twilightsmile
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(4 hours ago)Talifan9 Wrote:
(6 hours ago)PoNyePiC Wrote: Yay Pinkiehappy .  I just bought a mini ITX am4 motherboard about two hours ago. I was worried about the ram issues I've heard people talk about.

You found one of the two that exist? Biostar isn't known for quality :P

Might not be known for quality, but it's not known for bad quality either. At least, not that I'm aware of. Unlike ECS for instance. Think of it like the Rosewill of motherboards.

That said, I probably wouldn't use Biostar for anything intensive over extended periods of time.
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