2018 Hardware Thread


  1. Posts : 26,338
    Win11 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
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       #961

    TechPowerUp Releases Ryzen DRAM Calculator by 1usmus


    The change-log follows.

    New Extreme presets for Samsung b-die
    Corrected procODT+RTT_PARK for Samsung b-die, all micron and corrected RTT_NOM for all memory
    New V2 profile (low quality chips) for Samsung b-die
    Added support high frequency for 4 DIMM Samsung b-die
    Added support Hynix AFR/MFR in Overclocking potential DRAM
    Pop-up windows are added for some situations
    Main recommendation 20 20 20 20 for CAD_BUS is back
    Corrected some timings in all samsung b-die presets
    Some changes to Micron e-die preset
    Picture "b-die termination" in folder
    Geardown bug fix
    Minor bug fixes
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  2. Posts : 19,207
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #962

    Cliff S said:
    TechPowerUp Releases Ryzen DRAM Calculator by 1usmus


    The change-log follows.

    New Extreme presets for Samsung b-die
    Corrected procODT+RTT_PARK for Samsung b-die, all micron and corrected RTT_NOM for all memory
    New V2 profile (low quality chips) for Samsung b-die
    Added support high frequency for 4 DIMM Samsung b-die
    Added support Hynix AFR/MFR in Overclocking potential DRAM
    Pop-up windows are added for some situations
    Main recommendation 20 20 20 20 for CAD_BUS is back
    Corrected some timings in all samsung b-die presets
    Some changes to Micron e-die preset
    Picture "b-die termination" in folder
    Geardown bug fix
    Minor bug fixes
    Tnx, got to check this one out, 1.3.0 was giving me some impossible recommendations.
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  3. Posts : 26,338
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       #963

    CountMike said:
    Tnx, got to check this one out, 1.3.0 was giving me some impossible recommendations.
    You're welcome Mike, I thought it might interest you, seeing how finicky Ryzen is when it comes to RAM settings.
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  5. Posts : 800
    Windows 10 Enterprise x64 19044.1706
       #965

    MSI announced yesterday that the latest BIOS updates for the MSI Z370 motherboards support the Intel 9000 processors, but quickly redacted it early this morning. Two new motherboards are also in the support list, the Z370-OC Pro and Z370 OC Gaming.
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  6. Posts : 26,338
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       #966

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    Windows 10 Pro x64 21H1 Build 19043.1151 (Branch: Release Preview)
       #967

    Cliff S said:
    Yep, this PCB is not that far from a Titan V. A few major difference though.
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  8. Posts : 478
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       #968

    It's interesting that the rumors are saying the 9th Gen i7 is going to ditch hyper-threading. I'm curious if by disabling HT that the clock speed will improve.
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 21H1 Build 19043.1151 (Branch: Release Preview)
       #969

    copiertech25 said:
    It's interesting that the rumors are saying the 9th Gen i7 is going to ditch hyper-threading. I'm curious if by disabling HT that the clock speed will improve.
    I doubt it will impact that much, but 8C/8T will be a bit faster than 6C/12T and HUGELY faster than 4C/8T.

    It will be a perfect gaming CPU that should be capable of streaming without impacting gaming performance that much and have no lag or choppiness in the stream.
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  10. Posts : 1,191
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       #970

    slicendice said:
    I doubt it will impact that much, but 8C/8T will be a bit faster than 6C/12T and HUGELY faster than 4C/8T.

    It will be a perfect gaming CPU that should be capable of streaming without impacting gaming performance that much and have no lag or choppiness in the stream.
    Problem will be power and heat if you overclock. I think that may be the reason they may not be hyperthreaded - to reduce power and heat. If you are drawing 150W on the 8700k with hyperthreading, you would drawing 200W on the 8 core with hyperthreading.
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