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    Ryzen in the house!

    I have "Ryzen" to the occasion!
    Hope to do some basic testing this weekend.
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    Negative, 1700
    My board was borked and am still waiting on replacement. Should have it tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charged3800z24 View Post
    Negative, 1700
    My board was borked and am still waiting on replacement. Should have it tomorrow.
    Which board?

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    Quote Originally Posted by charged3800z24 View Post
    I have "Ryzen" to the occasion!
    Hope to do some basic testing this weekend.
    Nice, what ram will you be using ?
    I need 32gb and im not sure its possible to do 3200Mhz 32gb :-/ .
    Reading all the reviews i was like "wth, they needed like a month to NOT rush this, why??"
    Anyhow, seems like IMC is tied with ram so you need fast ram
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    I own a g-Skill 2400 CAS 15 1.2v kit. I'm looking at getting some better RAM, but was waiting for some validations of what works best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richierich View Post
    Which board?
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    Nice to see you around again, Charged. Haven't been on the forums much. Looking forward to how these chips OC on here. Everyone is so scared to bump voltage, but I know people here love to push everything.
    What's your cooling solution?
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    Quote Originally Posted by [XC] Synthetickiller View Post
    Nice to see you around again, Charged. Haven't been on the forums much. Looking forward to how these chips OC on here. Everyone is so scared to bump voltage, but I know people here love to push everything.
    What's your cooling solution?
    Been lurking and glad to be back in action!
    I'm using the Wraith and H100i water. I have a custom loop that runs into my garage for chilled water, it is what I used from first Phenom till now. MSI has been awesome for the board support. So I should be good to go soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [XC] Synthetickiller View Post
    Nice to see you around again, Charged. Haven't been on the forums much. Looking forward to how these chips OC on here. Everyone is so scared to bump voltage, but I know people here love to push everything.
    What's your cooling solution?
    Ive gone up to 1.6v heard someone did 1.9v air.... its not scared just increases heat dump less stable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charged3800z24 View Post
    I own a g-Skill 2400 CAS 15 1.2v kit. I'm looking at getting some better RAM, but was waiting for some validations of what works best.
    Memory with Sammy As are meant to work very well. Still waiting on delivery of my stuff, so your testing will keep me occupied
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    Ive gone up to 1.6v heard someone did 1.9v air.... its not scared just increases heat dump less stable.
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    any word on Memory preference? I did not get my board yesterday but a kit of GSkill Fortis showed up.... P/N F4-2400C16D-8GFT. I can't do any testing yet though.
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    Samsung ic highest bin possible i guess. I went with c14 3200 as that seemed like it would be hassle free in a daily
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    Quote Originally Posted by charged3800z24 View Post
    Been lurking and glad to be back in action!
    I'm using the Wraith and H100i water. I have a custom loop that runs into my garage for chilled water, it is what I used from first Phenom till now. MSI has been awesome for the board support. So I should be good to go soon.
    I'll be looking forward to the results.

    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    Ive gone up to 1.6v heard someone did 1.9v air.... its not scared just increases heat dump less stable.
    Thanks chew*!
    A lot of the reviews with water cooling (at least on youtube) didn't push anything beyond stock voltage as AMD claimed that it's the max voltage, but we all know better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [XC] Synthetickiller View Post
    I'll be looking forward to the results.



    Thanks chew*!
    A lot of the reviews with water cooling (at least on youtube) didn't push anything beyond stock voltage as AMD claimed that it's the max voltage, but we all know better.
    Now that the official reviews over. Here is abuse just for your voltage fetish timespy stable to be clear.



    I expect charged to be able to do this preety well on chilled water. I was on cold air due to a coldfront that just rolled in 40c idle.
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    It seems like unfortunately non-value B350 boards are skipping on more/redundant pwm phases. I'm curious to see how it'll cope with a 1700 regarding throttling.
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    Well, Looks like Wednesday is the day. I'm sitting on a couple Mem Kits, CPU and no boards....
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlanK3r View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    Now that the official reviews over. Here is abuse just for your voltage fetish timespy stable to be clear.

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    I expect charged to be able to do this preety well on chilled water. I was on cold air due to a coldfront that just rolled in 40c idle.
    I hope to have some good results, but not betting the house
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    Quote Originally Posted by charged3800z24 View Post
    I hope to have some good results, but not betting the house
    I have a trick. Might be silicon specific but your welcome to try it
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    I have a trick. Might be silicon specific but your welcome to try it
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    Ok so here we go. My board defaults at 1.1v SOC.

    SOC is used to gain stability to Memory, IMC and NB. So anyway its input voltage into chip. Voltage creates heat. When fooling around running a benchmark or whatever at the ragged edge and IMC mem NB is significantly stable in the past I have borrowed a little oomph from elsewhere, pull heat out so I can put heat back in. In this case pull voltage out of one place input that voltage somewhere else.

    Like in the above shot. I pulled .100 out of SOC to get heat out to put .100 into vcore. While not realistic in realworld for a little fun benching you can squeeze the chips cahones just a tad more

    Benchmark specific of course, in this case IMC stability is not stressed to hard in time spy. Pat attention when dropping it in baby steps it will have a negative outcome ( less stability ) at a certain point.

    My negative outcome point was .975v in timespy run attempts.
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    Actually makes a lot of sense. I'll definitely give it a try, like you said, depending on the benchmark.

    BTW, Board showed up last night, I haven't been home to test yet. Won;t be till late tonight.... . Also now have some FlareX to test, those came in yesterday.
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    okay, everything is back together and running 3.8ghz CPU stress test just to see how things are running.
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