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  1. Posts : 412
    win 11 pro
       #561

    All is well✔


    CountMike said:
    Didn't flash it yet ?
    Yes , nice boost. PS now running 3600 CL14
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  2. Posts : 19,208
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #562

    Bench Virgin said:
    Yes , nice boost.
    Tnx, will do it tomorrow
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  3. Posts : 412
    win 11 pro
       #563

    Big dog 5950X


    CountMike said:
    Tnx, will do it tomorrow
    Did some tweaks , about the same score , but a whole lot less power cooler to
    210 watts vs 265 watts and 87 c vs 75 c
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  4. Posts : 2,380
    Windows 10
       #564

    Bench Virgin said:
    What a day, the pins on the 5950X were smashed, never seen that many pins smashed, Micro Center was surprise as well. Manager got me a replacement , this is why you shop at Micro Center, also exchanged my 5800X for a gift card, will wait for the 3080Ti or 3080 , but no hurry, my 1080Ti is still doing fine

    All night long !

    January 5, 2021 - YouTube
    I don't even try to look for those chips anymore,I'm very happy you were able to snag one.
    If i do grab a 5000 series won't be a 5950x ,I feel there is no point to buying that chip for the price point.
    The real star is the 5900x with it matching the 3950x in every way but better IPC for cheaper than a 5800x Surprisingly

    I will keep my eye out for one but pretty sure i can wait till Zen4 Gaming wise i'm good enjoy and crush everyone in your wake!
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  5. Posts : 19,208
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #565

    Flashed 5821 this morning and everything's working almost fine. "almost" because voltage on auto is in average 0.05 higher than previous any my 3700x doesn't tolerate negative offset above -0.01v so that's not much help. Good part is that saved settings and .CMO from previous BIOS still works. All PBO and DOCP settings do not produce any better results as I was hoping for but at least not worse either. For some reason Power Saving plan in windows for which I set min/max processor state to 5/50% doesn't work, Tried switching chipset driver from ones at Asus site to newest from AMD but still no help. Iusmus and Ryzen performance plans set at 5/100% works fine. Still can't hit any cores to 4.4GHz under CB r23 as temp rise (because of voltage going upwards of 1.375v, was 1.32v before) to 71.8c and that cuts into full boost/pbo by 50-100MHz. Scores in CBr23 are 12887 for one pass as it was before so there's still room for improvement if I could keep voltage and temps in check.
    Still have to check if I could get a bit of an improvement to RAM, right now it's at same settings as ever. DOCP set to 3000 and frequency to 3600MHz nets Cl16.17.17.17.34. and that works rock stable. Aida gives 50881 score but with 68.1 latency.
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  6. Posts : 381
    Windows 10
       #566

    Question:

    I have an ASUS ROG Strix X470-F Gaming motherboard with a Ryzen 2700X CPU. My RAM is 3200, but I am running it as per the Ryzen's specification of 2933 right now. I'm curious if I can run the RAM at its rated speed of 3200 or will that damage the processor's memory unit? The motherboard is capable, but I'm afraid of borking the CPU.

    Thoughts?
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  7. Posts : 19,208
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #567

    Gurn Blanston said:
    Question:

    I have an ASUS ROG Strix X470-F Gaming motherboard with a Ryzen 2700X CPU. My RAM is 3200, but I am running it as per the Ryzen's specification of 2933 right now. I'm curious if I can run the RAM at its rated speed of 3200 or will that damage the processor's memory unit? The motherboard is capable, but I'm afraid of borking the CPU.

    Thoughts?
    For that you just enable DOCP (Asus speak for XMP) and set DOCP to to memory's best XMP values, in your case 3200MHz. Memory tab in BIOS should also show 3200MHz.
    That is not going to damage anything as both memory and BIOS are made for it. 2700x is good for even 3800 or 4000MHz. 3200 MHz shouldn't present any problem.
    PS.
    Update BIOS if it's an older one, some are changed just for better memory support.
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  8. Posts : 381
    Windows 10
       #568

    CountMike said:
    For that you just enable DOCP (Asus speak for XMP) and set DOCP to to memory's best XMP values, in your case 3200MHz. Memory tab in BIOS should also show 3200MHz.
    That is not going to damage anything as both memory and BIOS are made for it. 2700x is good for even 3800 or 4000MHz. 3200 MHz shouldn't present any problem.
    PS.
    Update BIOS if it's an older one, some are changed just for better memory support.
    Many thanks. I have updated the BIOS just before Christmas to the latest at that time. I see there is a new one that is a beta version, so I'm going to wait for it to be finalized before flashing it.
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  9. Posts : 19,208
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #569

    Gurn Blanston said:
    Many thanks. I have updated the BIOS just before Christmas to the latest at that time. I see there is a new one that is a beta version, so I'm going to wait for it to be finalized before flashing it.
    That beta contains new AGESA code 1190 instead of 1080, so it's supposed to be good thing, shouldn't make much difference though as most is geared toward Zen3 (5000 series) CPUs. I'm still testing it. At least there are no negative effects.
    Most of BIOSes for 4000 chipset MBs are labeled beta and it's doubtful it will change as MB manufacturers would rather have us buy ewer MBs. Beta name is just a deterrent.
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  10. Posts : 412
    win 11 pro
       #570

    All is well✔


    CountMike said:
    Flashed 5821 this morning and everything's working almost fine. "almost" because voltage on auto is in average 0.05 higher than previous any my 3700x doesn't tolerate negative offset above -0.01v so that's not much help. Good part is that saved settings and .CMO from previous BIOS still works. All PBO and DOCP settings do not produce any better results as I was hoping for but at least not worse either. For some reason Power Saving plan in windows for which I set min/max processor state to 5/50% doesn't work, Tried switching chipset driver from ones at Asus site to newest from AMD but still no help. Iusmus and Ryzen performance plans set at 5/100% works fine. Still can't hit any cores to 4.4GHz under CB r23 as temp rise (because of voltage going upwards of 1.375v, was 1.32v before) to 71.8c and that cuts into full boost/pbo by 50-100MHz. Scores in CBr23 are 12887 for one pass as it was before so there's still room for improvement if I could keep voltage and temps in check.
    Still have to check if I could get a bit of an improvement to RAM, right now it's at same settings as ever. DOCP set to 3000 and frequency to 3600MHz nets Cl16.17.17.17.34. and that works rock stable. Aida gives 50881 score but with 68.1 latency.
    reinstalled window ,chipset ,that's were the magic happen for me, basically the samething with a new insider build , also i use AMD OC menu ,go to advanced set my PPT TDC EDC , and use Ryzen DRAM Cal ,to power supply , don't use the PBO with AMD OC menu.
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