In these days of unlocked multipliers and the fact Ryzen can make 25 MHz steps there is little to no need for a BLCK generator anyway.
My specs are under my System specs and I have no plans at all to upgrade as I just upgraded to one of the most powerful systems AMD makes and I...
Here's my 1700X @3.9 ghz on an asus prime X370-pro using the 604 bios CB15 Performance option: [IMG]
Nah Nothing like that, cpu-z always fluctuates Core voltages based on how much the CPU is being stressed. Under load it goes up to 1.45 volts. At...
For out of the box compatability with Ryzen the Corsair H110i or H110i GT both use the stock AMD bracket without having to change backplates or...
Typo sorry didn't even realize it
Here's my Ryzen 1700X @~3.825 Ghz: Edit: typo fixed
Somebody would bring out an 1800X to show my lowly 1700X up XD
This just confirmed something for me, Ryzen actually has a higher IPC than Kaby Lake and if clocked at the same speed the Ryzen 7 will blow the...
Here's how an actual Ryzen 1700x does. @200 samples[IMG]
My new Ryzen 1700X:
My new Ryzen 1700X :
Already planned for the server market under the "Naples" codename
All Ryzen chips are "black editions" they are all multiplier unlocked
Actually I compared my 8320's Single thread Cinebench score to the 1700X's at the same clock speed... it's 75% faster 154 for the 1700X @3.5 Ghz...
I can't vote because I'm not going from Intel to AMD, what I am doing however is Upgrading from my current FX-8320/990 FX based system to an...
Check the cables that came with your monitor, there's probably a displayport cable amongst them. I know my Asus PB258Q came with one, using it...
Forget that... wait 3 weeks and upgrade to an AM4 Ryzen based system for a lot cheaper for the same performance.
There's something I'd like to point out.
Everyone is so intent on comparing these results with Intel CPUs and saying "still not enough IPC"
Because if they can offer a CPU that beats/matches Intel's at half the price which one do you think consumers are going to consider first.
Another run of my 8320 @ 4.5Ghz:
Wow, good catch, I never would have thought to consider he was using a completely modular PSU but rather was showing us the end of a prewired cable.
That Connector should be made up of 2 2x2 plugs, try reversing them, left one on the right, right one on the left
Edit, on second look, that...
You might also want to include the Asus PB258Q
My FX-8320 @ the stock 3.5Ghz (reached 3.7 on boost):
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