Windows 10: 2017 Hardware Thread

  1.    28 Feb 2017 #261

    solarstarshines said: View Post
    As long as he doesn't match cache ratio with Multi he should be good i usually keep the cache 200mhz below core speed because that seems to have the best performance if you boost it with in one of the core speed it may run but found out if you match them no boot if you get with in 1 it will boot but bsod or have a memory management situation because the controller can't handle such a high frequency

    I have seen many match cache and core speed and have me scratching my head as to how they got it to work anyway though maybe this can help him out a little

    With your oc i can understand dropping the cache of 400 mhz or more the core speed is Phenomenal !
    Computer was running fine with the cache ratio set at x45 for both max and min ....have no problems. But I did drop them BOTH down to x44 ...just to test. Ran that Catzilla app, and it passed every test, but unless you BUY it, the tests kinda suck...
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  2.    28 Feb 2017 #262

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    Computer was running fine with the cache ratio set at x45 for both max and min ....have no problems. But I did drop them BOTH down to x44 ...just to test. Ran that Catzilla app, and it passed every test, but unless you BUY it, the tests kinda suck...
    Hahaha ain't that the truth some of us got lucky with Steam and 3DMARK it was on sale for next to nothing bunch of us jumped on it

    Too bad steam doesn't do it again i am ok with spending $20 on some benchmark programs the money they charge for a full version is just silly
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       28 Feb 2017 #263

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    But I use speedstep so the system only draws what it needs.
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  4.    28 Feb 2017 #264

    solarstarshines said: View Post
    AMD to me always needed insane voltages to just operate correctly i had FX8350 in order for it to get 4.8Ghz you needed 1.488volts and a LLC high
    Voltage was higher with coarser technology, I remember when processors were running at 3.3v and even 5v earlier on. It's wasted energy expended on heat that's a concern. It also puts more load on other components.
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  5.    28 Feb 2017 #265

    Cliff S said: View Post
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    But I use speedstep so the system only draws what it needs.
    That's the best way i learned this with IVY better to offset than have direct voltage
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       28 Feb 2017 #266

    solarstarshines said: View Post
    That's the best way i learned this with IVY better to offset than have direct voltage
    I still need to learn how to use the offset settings. But I like to check out many sources before trying something.
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  7.    28 Feb 2017 #267

    Well after some tweaking in the bios ....for the 5th time, in last hour, I got PerformanceTest to finally pass its Physics Test.
    And having my Catch Ratio's both set at 45x
    Still not happy....more tweaking ahead....
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  8.    28 Feb 2017 #268

    Cliff S said: View Post
    I still need to learn how to use the offset settings. But I like to check out many sources before trying something.
    Well just FYI Adaptive and Offset are pretty much the same with the exception of Adaptive you can input a voltage limit with Offset you have to Experiment to find the limit you can set offset perfectly to the fixed voltage and it will fail that is what makes offset kind of hard sometimes you have to overshoot by .10 to have a stable Offset

    Adaptive takes out all the guess work and i'd rather use Adaptive because it seems to be the most solid out of the two
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  9.    28 Feb 2017 #269

    I was curious to ask why you need some much voltage for this speed ?

    I actually got away with 1.39-1.42 max 1.47 is like hitting over 5Ghz territory

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       28 Feb 2017 #270

    solarstarshines said: View Post
    I was curious to ask why you need some much voltage for this speed ?

    I actually got away with 1.39-1.42 max 1.47 is like hitting over 5Ghz territory

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    The CPU? The board? I need to experiment some more with the voltage now the OC has "settled", but at first when I was testing it, Cinebench would freeze the system up and I had to hard restart(I have a button for it) and a Catzilla would freeze when preparing to run the benchmark. Now it has settled, the temps are ok, but summer is coming and ambient temp is a lot warmer, so I either need to get the voltage down or run at a lower overclock.
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