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Old 16-06-2017, 11:47 AM   #466
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Also think GSAT is probably the best bang per buck RAM tester for now but overall better to learn some Linux too.

Someone did a guide for running it on Bash within Windows, google for it.
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Old 16-06-2017, 12:41 PM   #467
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whats the max voltage ryzen can go?
currently at 1.45v,
not for daily usage, for validation only.
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Old 16-06-2017, 12:46 PM   #468
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AMD Robert mentions not to go above 1.425V on vCore, citing "risking the long term lifetime of your processor".

Its probably something cited from their engineers.
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Old 16-06-2017, 12:46 PM   #469
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whats the max voltage ryzen can go?
currently at 1.45v,
not for daily usage, for validation only.
wants to overtake amdk
1.45V is the max you should go. Any further if brick, AMD don't cover your anymore. I'm running 1.275 for daily use. You can try higher as long as your cooling can take it for you to push the GHz higher. Although the electricity ain't worth it.

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Old 16-06-2017, 12:51 PM   #470
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Hmm maybe wait till last day then overtake him then lol, he already went full suicide squad mode.
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Old 16-06-2017, 05:42 PM   #471
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Yo for ryzen 1600 what is the rough voltage required to hit 3.7/8ghz? And what is the safe cpu temp? As well as thr limit thanks!

Oh and also how long do u have to run the stress test before u determine its stable
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Old 16-06-2017, 06:31 PM   #472
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1.275-1.325V on stock cooler.
Below 80 deg C for Prime95 max load. Run about 20-30 min per test.

I mentioned to you before. Take notes and not spam the HWC. No offense, but I mentioned twice to you already.

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Old 17-06-2017, 01:22 PM   #473
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Hi guys,


may I noe whether gigabyte AB350m gaming 3 has secure boot in the bios as even though I enabled win10 in bios, I still cant find it.


For those who are having the same mobo as me, does it comes with 4 or 2 sata cable as I only found 2 in it but the manual states 4?




Thanks ^^
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Old 23-06-2017, 01:11 PM   #474
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AGESA 1.0.0.6 Update tested - DDR4-3200 easy

https://www.ocaholic.ch/modules/smar...hp?itemid=4091

Do note though...
Increasing the memory speed from the stock DDR4-2133 to DDR4-3200 resulted in a 1.62% performance gain. Considering that the power consumption of the entire system went up by 10.76% this is rather disproportionate.
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Old 06-07-2017, 10:20 AM   #475
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Can agree with this, having seen Firefox suddenly quit to desktop with RAM instability.

When RAM is unstable then I also see web browsers and games crashing much faster than stability tests.
Source
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/s...=1#post8020244
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Old 06-07-2017, 10:49 AM   #476
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Hi Guys. Thinking about getting a 1600 or 1600x for just gaming. Going with 8 gb rams and reusing my 980ti till it dies. 650 PSU enough right? Also, what's a good mid budget B350 chipset package can I get for about $600 or so?
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Hi Guys. Thinking about getting a 1600 or 1600x for just gaming. Going with 8 gb rams and reusing my 980ti till it dies. 650 PSU enough right? Also, what's a good mid budget B350 chipset package can I get for about $600 or so?
Hold on,
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Get Intel still. Get an OC-able chip and you're golden. AMD can't beat Intel when it comes to gaming still.

OR else, get 1600 and a Gigabyte B350M-Gaming 3.

Edit: Ignore what I recommended. You have a Full ATX Tower Case. Get ATX Board.
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Old 06-07-2017, 12:59 PM   #478
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Hi,

I'm holding back on Ryzen due to ram speed issues.

Thinking of R5 1600 (no overclock) + Asus X370/B350 + 2x8GB Ddr4.

If I'm aiming for 2400-2666 mhz ram, what should I get that works right out of the box? There is no time to test settings or run stress testing for XX hours to ensure it's stable. It has to simply work once I plug everything in.

Thanks
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Hold on,


Get Intel still. Get an OC-able chip and you're golden. AMD can't beat Intel when it comes to gaming still.


OR else, get 1600 and a Gigabyte B350M-Gaming 3.

Edit: Ignore what I recommended. You have a Full ATX Tower Case. Get ATX Board.
What would be the Intel equivalent?
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What would be the Intel equivalent?
i7-4970k :p

Your Intel CPU is still very relevant in gaming today. I think changing it to R5 1600 would be a downgrade for gaming if you do not use any productivity softwares.


Hi,

I'm holding back on Ryzen due to ram speed issues.

Thinking of R5 1600 (no overclock) + Asus X370/B350 + 2x8GB Ddr4.

If I'm aiming for 2400-2666 mhz ram, what should I get that works right out of the box? There is no time to test settings or run stress testing for XX hours to ensure it's stable. It has to simply work once I plug everything in.

Thanks
If you do not overclock or use SLI, X370 is pointless. Go for Asus B350-Plus, really great Mobo.

For memory, Motherboard manufacturers will always provide Memory QvL lists where by you can identify compatible memory easily. Example, Asus B350-Plus Memory QvL PDF

Most RAMs should reach rated speeds with the latest BIOS updates so do not worry. Fairly Plug and Play.
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